WWE is celebrating once again after two more record-breaking events, this time in Mexico.
On July 22nd and 23rd, the sports entertainment giant made a short trip to Mexico for two live events. The first was held in Mexico City, while the second took place in Monterrey.
Across the two shows, more than 25,000 packed into the arenas to cheer on their heroes, breaking attendance and gate records in the process.
You can find the full press release from WWE below.
“STAMFORD, Conn., July 24, 2023 – WWE® (NYSE: WWE) today announced that back-to-back WWE SuperShow events held at the Arena Ciudad de México in Mexico City on Saturday, July 22, and the Arena Monterrey in Monterrey on Sunday, July 23, broke records for WWE’s highest attendance and highest grossing live events in Mexico for 12 years.
The event in Mexico City also broke venue records, becoming the highest attendance and highest grossing event ever held at the Arena Ciudad de México, in addition to setting a record for highest-ever WWE merchandise sales in Mexico City.
More than 25,000 spectators across both nights witnessed WWE Superstars including Roman Reigns, Rey Mysterio, Rhea Ripley, Cody Rhodes, Ronda Rousey, Seth “Freakin” Rollins, Becky Lynch, Dominik Mysterio, Charlotte Flair and Santos Escobar.”
You might be cool, but are you “#WWENXT North American Champion @DomMysterio35 wearing a Judgment Day sombrero with @RheaRipley_WWE & @ArcherOfInfamy” cool?#WWEMonterrey 🇲🇽@wweespanolpic.twitter.com/Jng61Hcc48
— WWE (@WWE) July 24, 2023
What Happened When WWE Headed To Mexico?
The event in Mexico City played host to a rare live event appearance from Roman Reigns who defended his Undisputed WWE Universal Title against Rey Mysterio in the main event.
Meanwhile, at both events, Seth Rollins retained his World Heavyweight Championship over Dominik Mysterio. Rollins made headlines in Monterrey by paying tribute to Rey Mysterio after his match, calling the WWE Hall of Famer the greatest Luchador in history.