WWE Clash at the Castle ticket sales reach 60,000 mark

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WWE’s Clash at the Castle event, scheduled for Saturday, September 3rd at the Principality Stadium in Cardiff, Wales, has surpassed the 60,000 mark in ticket sales.

Tracking service WrestleTix placed the number of tickets distributed as of this weekend at 60,239. The Principality Stadium will reportedly be set up for a capacity of 71,810, leaving 11,517 tickets still available.

WWE Clash at the Castle
Sat, 3 Sept 2022, 15:00Sat
Principality Stadium, Cardiff, Wales

Available Tickets => 11,517
Current Setup/Capacity => 71,810
Tickets Distributed => 60,293

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— WrestleTix (@WrestleTix) July 16, 2022

WWE had reported 59,000 pre-registrations in the first 24 hours after the event was announced in April this year, a company record, leading some to expect a swift sell-out. However, WrestleMania-level ticket priceswere thought to have dampened initial interest.

The event will mark the first large-scale stadium event run by WWE in the UK since SummerSlam 1992, which was held at Wembley Stadium, London.

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Makes you wonder…WWE has an insane amount of popularity, if they can sell out 60K with weekly TV at times being as bad as it is, imagine what they could do if the majority of their weekly storylines were great. They could be doing this all the time.

Yes but, why try when you got guaranteed money coming in?

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For the record, I dont think they dont try. I think Vince thinks that creative is good. Either way, to answer your question, to have more money coming in.