Only 4000 Tickets Sold For AEW Collision At The United Center

Much lower than the debut episode of AEW Collision earlier this year

Chicago may have become an oversaturated market for All Elite Wrestling.

The promotion is in the Windy City all this week with AEW Dynamite taking place at the NOW Arena on Wednesday before AEW heads to the United Center for Collision on Saturday and the All Out pay-per-view on Sunday. 

AEW have previously packed in 15,316 fans inside the United Center for CM Punk's return to pro wrestling in 2021 and 9,280 fans were in the building for the debut episode of Collision in June 2023, but the September 2 episode of Collision will come nowhere close to those numbers. According to WrestleTix, only 4,060 tickets have been distributed for Collision and the arena is only set up to hold 5,005 fans with the upper deck and some of the 200 seats being closed off. 

AEW also didn't move many tickets for Wednesday's Dynamite with PWTorch's on-site live report noting there were fewer than 4,000 fans in attendance, down from the over 6,000 AEW drew for Dynamite in the same building last year. 

There is a more optimistic outlook for All Out, though, and 9,131 tickets had been sold for the pay-per-view as of the last update from WrestleTix. This is above last year's All Out which drew 9,039 fans at the NOW Arena.

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