AEW Dynamite on March 25 at the Prudential Center in Newark, NJ has sold over 10,000 tickets after going on sale to the general public on Friday at noon ET, according to Dave Meltzer. Pre-sale tickets went on sale on Thursday.
The venue seats about 16-17,000.
This was essentially AEW’s NYC-area debut. Cody Rhodes hinted that “politics” may have had something to do with them not running a show in NYC proper. WWE frequently runs shows in Madison Square Garden in Manhattan and the Barclays Center in Brooklyn and in the past has tried to keep other promotions out of those venues.
— Cody (@CodyRhodes) December 25, 2019
NWA Crockett Cup
During tonight’s Hard Times PPV, the NWA announced that their next PPV will be the Crockett Cup some time in April 2020.
Coming in April! #CrockettCup
— NWA (@nwa) January 25, 2020
The NWA and ROH partnered for a Crockett Cup PPV in April 2019, featuring a tag team tournament that crowned Villain Enterprises (Brody King and PCO) as new NWA World Tag Team Champions.
Impact announced that D’Lo Brown and Ken Anderson will appear at the one-night-only TNA revival show, TNA: There’s No Place Like Home on Friday, April 3.
Impact said that they’ll be representing their former stable, Aces & Eights.
D’Lo Brown currently works in Impact as a producer/coach, while Anderson wrestles regularly in the NWA.
— IMPACT (@IMPACTWRESTLING) January 24, 2020