According to Dave Meltzer of The Wrestling Observer Radio, ticket sales for AEW Full Gear have suffered a slump even though there are currently only around eighty four left to sell as of writing.
On the latest edition of The Wrestling Observer Radio, Meltzer confirmed his belief that it was shocking the pay-per-view event hadn’t sold out already considering the card already announced.
During the segment, Dave noted that normally [in a non-COVID situation] a stacked card such as the promotion has for Full Gear would have comfortably shifted around twelve thousand tickets despite only going on sale Thursday night after the most recent edition of AEW Dynamite.
He notes, however, that what he refers to as ‘poor ticket sales’ is likely due to the fact that fans are hesitant to travel from state-to-state with the virus still on the rampage as well as the Jacksonville market being completely burned out by the running of weekly shows.
AEW have made around 925 tickets available for the November 7 show with fans being able to purchase in either groups of two, four or six for each family. It was noted prior to the sale that those in attendance would have to follow strict rules and remain in their own pods throughout the show.
The card for AEW Full Gear shapes up like this:
- Jon Moxley vs. Eddie Kingston – AEW World Heavyweight Championship Match
- Cody vs. Darby Allin – AEW TNT Championship Match
- Hikaru Shida vs. Nyla Rose – AEW Women’s Championship Match
- FTR vs. The Young Bucks – AEW World Tag Team Championship Match
- Chris Jericho vs. MJF
- Kenny Omega vs. Hangman Page – AEW World Championship Tournament Final
- Matt Hardy vs. Sammy Guevara – Elite Deletion Match
- Orange Cassidy vs. John Silver – Buy In
Inside the Ropes will have live coverage of AEW Full Gear on November 7.