WWE Forced To Make Changes After Significant Issue Hits Show

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WWE was forced into action amid apparently slow ticket sales for a live event.

WrestleTix reported that WWE’s live event in Laredo, Texas on the 22nd of October had a set up of seats to accommodate 3,751 which was well down on the previous configuration of seats advertised on the 15th of October which was set up to host an attendance of 5,124.

It was noted that WWE removed a large number of seats from being on sale with that being the first time WWE has had to do that for “a long time.” It was noted the number of tickets distributed shortly before the show stood at 2,683.

What happened on the WWE show in Laredo, Texas?

Those fans who headed to the Sames Auto Arena in Laredo, Texas were treated to a Street Fight in the main event that saw LA Knight pick up a big win over Solo Sikoa.

The LWO was in action as a singles match between Santos Escobar and Bobby Lashley turned into a six-man tag team match that saw Escobar, Joaquin Wilde, and Carlito defeat Lashley and The Street Profits. The WWE Women’s Title was on the line as IYO SKY defeated Charlotte Flair and Asuka in a Triple Threat match and Karrion Kross continued his return to the ring following a month out with a win over Butch.

A-Town Down Under picked up a tag team win over Cameron Grimes and Dragon Lee with Grayson Waller doubling down with his thoughts on Taylor Swift that caught the attention of Swifties online.