Report: WWE's Reaction To Clash At The Castle Ticket Sales Revealed

Are WWE happy with Clash At The Castle ticket sales?

Tickets for WWE's first stadium show in the United Kingdom in 30 years, Clash At The Castle, went on sale last week and while it appeared the show would be an instant sellout due to fan interest, tickets are still available for the event at Cardiff's Principality Stadium on September 3. 

According to Dave Meltzer of the Wrestling Observer Newsletter, just over 40,000 tickets were sold during the first week, with 30,000 being bought in the two pre-sales before another 10,000 were purchased once the general sale began on Friday, May 20. 

While the show wasn't an instant sellout, WWE are 'very happy' with ticket sales so far with it being noted the event 'will do the largest non-WrestleMania gate in the history of pro wrestling and actually beat most WrestleManias for that matter.'

Ticket sales are also currently outpacing WrestleMania 38 at this point, which had 37,500 tickets sold for each night after the first week. 

No matches have been announced for WWE Clash At The Castle as of yet. Advertised for the show are Drew McIntyre, Roman Reigns, Cody Rhodes, Becky Lynch, Edge, Seth Rollins, and Bianca Belair. Find out the planned main event here

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