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    WWE struggling to sell tickets for Hell in a Cell

    https://wrestlingnews.co/wwe-news/ww...ell-in-a-cell/

    Rollins vs Wyatt and Sasha vs Becky in the cell is a very strong card, so I'm surprised. I wouldn't overreact, but this has to be concerning.

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    I wouldn’t put too much into it yet. Post SummerSlam is traditionally a slower time in WWE and it’s just been a week since their last PPV and this show is on the 6th I believe. It has less than a month build.

    I also think with AEW going soon interest has cooled a bit on WWE. It will pick back up once the novelty of a new promotion wears off, likely around Royal Rumble time.

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    Time to call in Undertaker vs Stone Cold. Or some other part timer who will sell tickets.
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    We get this type of report every month it seem and yet, everytime, WWE seem to be able to fill out the arenas. I feel more so then ever, fans knows that these events won't sellout in advance because less and less of the IWC goes to WWE events so they can actually wait last minute to buy tickets especially families who comprise a good portion of The WWE audience at this point. So instead of buying tickets 2/3 months in advance, they might just wait the week of or even the day of the show to get tickets since it's easier to plan your schedule around a show if you buy them closer to the show then a few months out.

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