WWE and AEW are wrapping up another week of shows, and there were plenty of hours of pro wrestling content on television this week. Now we know how many fans showed up for those events.
WrestleTix has compiled attendance figures for WWE and AEW television shows from the recent week. It seems that we are looking at another week when WWE dominated, despite the fact that this was a pay-per-view week for AEW as they make their way toward Full Gear.
WWE Raw was held at the Capital One Arena in Washington D.C. on November 13th, boasted the highest attendance with 9,942 tickets sold. AEW Dynamite, which took place at the Toyota Arena in Ontario, California, recorded an attendance of 3,429 fans on November 15th.
WWE SmackDown was hosted at the Ford Center in Evansville, Indiana on November 17th. The blue brand saw 5,990 tickets sold. Lastly, AEW Collision/Rampage, held at the Kia Forum in Los Angeles, California, had an audience of 4,365 on the same night.
These figures offer valuable insights into the fan turnout for these televised wrestling programs, with WWE Raw leading in terms of audience size during the reported week. We will have to see how things pan out for AEW and WWE in the future, but Tony Khan’s company may have some big goals to improve things in 2024.
While attendance figures in pro wrestling serve as a barometer of fan interest and support for the respective promotions, they are not a definite measurement of how passionate their fans are. We have another week of events to look at now, and there are some interesting numbers. That being said, some fans may have a lot to say about how everything turned out.
What’s your take on WWE and AEW’s attendance numbers? Let us know what you think about this in the comments section!
November 18, 2023 8:42 am