The Sears Centre in Chicago seats just over ten thousand people, which gave Rhodes and The Young Bucks a huge goal. As seen in their most recent Being The Elite episode (102), they expected the tickets to continue selling all weeks. They had no idea they’d sell out in less than half an hour.
According to Brad Shepard of Body Slam, reports he heard from sources with WWE confirm that WWE doesn’t seem interested at all in how All In sales went in any capacity.
WWE are not concerned with All In, as they are focused on the Greatest Royal Rumble show, the current WWE stock price which is at a high and the current European tour ahead of Money In The Bank on June 17th.
Shepard’s source reportedly told him that WWE officials actually laugh at the Bullet Club, as they do sell a lot of merchandise but usually wrestle in front of smaller crowds.
To an extent, please remember that these are just rumors on a possible confirmation, so we can’t be absolutely sure this is how WWE reacted or what their thoughts were.
Below we’ve featured footage from the All In press conference just before they put the tickets on sale:
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