Various: WrestleMania 35 Live Gate Revenues, New WWE 24 Documentaries, Indies

WrestleMania 35 Generates Second Largest Live Gate in WrestleMania History

WrestleMania 35 reportedly generated $16.9 million for live gate revenues, according to Post Wrestling.

Post Wrestling’s John Pollock reported that this was the second largest live gate in WrestleMania history, trailing only WrestleMania 32 at the AT&T Stadium in Dallas, Texas in 2016, which generated $17.3 million for its live gate.

WrestleMania 35’s live gate was also around $5 million higher than WrestleMania 29’s live gate, which was also held at the MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey in 2013.

WWE Currently Working on Several New WWE 24 Documentaries

WWE revealed in an recent ad for the WWE Network that three new WWE 24 documentaries are currently in production and will air within the near future on the WWE Network. The new documentaries were revealed to be for Batista, Becky Lynch, and Andre the Giant.

The next WWE 365 documentary was also revealed to be focusing on Alexa Bliss.

Misc. Wrestling News & Notes

World Wrestling Network reportedly has recently signed Anthony Greene to an official contract with the company and will be working for EVOLVE going forward, according to the Wrestling Observer.

Aerostar is rumored to have recently quit Lucha Libre AAA Worldwide due to issues with the direction of his career in the company, according to the Wrestling Observer.

Major League Wrestling announced that they will be returning to the Melrose Ballroom in Queens, New York for MLW Fusion tapings on July 25th.