AEW has revealed its seating chart and ticket prices for Double Or Nothing. This being their first event since becoming an actual wrestling company, there have been many questions about how the shows will be handled, event size, and ticket prices.
This first event is slated to take place at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada on May 25th. Pre-sale tickets drop on Monday at 3pm EST, publicly tickets go on sale Wednesday at 12pm EST. The card, both confirmed and expected, though could change at any moment due to new signing, injuries, etc., is:
Chris Jericho vs. Kenny Omega – confirmed
Hangman Page vs. PAC – confirmed
Lucha Brothers (Pentagon Jr. & Fenix) vs. The Young Bucks (Nick & Matt Jackson)
Kylie Ray vs. Nyla Rose
The first three rows are the most expensive seats at $211.10, the rest of the floor seats are $156.60. The second tier of fourth and fifth rows are $178.40. The cheapest seats ring in at $36.70.
QD – I will be shocked if all the tickets are not sold out very quickly for this show. AEW is the dawning of a new era of pro wrestling and fans from all over the world are watching the growth and direction of this new wrestling company to see what will happen, where things will go, and if they will truly be competition for the WWE. Obviously only time will show what will happen, but between the leaders of AEW and the financial backing, I don’t think there is any question of AEW being competition for the WWE. There is more than enough room for two huge wrestling companies in the USA, and we will all be winners for Cody Rhodes not staying with the WWE.