Royal Rumble 2023 set to break a super record

According to the latest rumors, WWE has already sold more than 25,000 tickets for the Royal Rumble 2023. Never before had such a figure been reached in such a short period of time

by Lorenzo Ciotti
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Royal Rumble 2023 set to break a super record

Vince McMahon left WWE in late July announcing his retirement on Twitter. Stephanie and Nick Khan took over from Vince as co-CEO, while Triple H became the new head of the creative team. The advent of The Game has given a shock to the whole environment and it is no secret that you breathe a totally new air backstage.

In addition to transferring some of NXT's talents to the main roster, the 14-time world champion has favored the return to the company of several stars who had been released during the pandemic. Fans are enthusiastic about the product again and the first feedback begins to arrive.

According to reports from Fightful Select, the Royal Rumble 2023 is set to break the ticket sales record set in 2017. The five-year-old edition was also held at the Alamodome in San Antonio, Texas. The Royal Rumble is one of the biggest pay-per-views of the year, also being the home of the famous Royal Rumble match.

"San Antonio Mayor Ron Nirenberg announced that the Alamodome will host the Royal Rumble on Saturday, January 28, 2023," WWE announced earlier last month.

WWE has changed course: Royal Rumble 2023 set to break a super record

According to the latest rumors, WWE has already sold more than 25,000 tickets for the Royal Rumble 2023.

Never before had such a figure been reached in such a short period of time (ticket sales began on September 30th). In an interview granted to Wrestling Inc. Ruben Banks, one of WWE's new recruits, analyzed the new course initiated by Triple H: "Since The Game has become the new head of the creative team, things are moving in a different direction.

There have been a lot of interesting changes in the past two and a half months. I had never thought of becoming a wrestler before the program called NIL was launched. Wrestling is evolving and there will be more and more opportunities for young talent in the years to come. You have to work hard and take the opportunity."

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