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Maddox Issues Warning to Ryback, WWE Breaks Two Records

– WWE broke two of their all-time record sales with WrestleMania 29 ticket sales.

WWE moved the most tickets in the first day ticket sales in WWE history, selling 52,029 tickets. The previous record was Wrestlemania 18 in 2002 in Toronto, which sold 51,620 tickets on day one.

WWE also garnered their highest gross ticket revenue after day one with more than $10 million in tickets sold. This beats WrestleMania 28 in Miami, which grossed $6.3 million in revenue on the first day of ticket sales.

– Brad Maddox issued a warning to Ryback on Twitter.

“Heading to the arena. Hope @Ryback22 wants some fist with that face”


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  • matthew

    Surprising considering how sht the wwe has been

  • DAMN. hopefully WrestleMania will live up to this hype. if its breaking more records than every other WrestleMania, it better be BETTER than all the WrestleManias. also it better not be held in MSG, i love MSG but MSG is too small. WrestleMania needs a stadium from here on out. it has outgrown Arena’s.

  • GN-0015

    Maddox. Warns. Ryback. Seems legit.

  • Brody Lawrence

    @Matthew Not that surprising really. WrestleMania will always be the biggest wrestling event in the business and WrestleMania weekend is one of the few good things WWE has left.
    @Brad Maddox HAHAHAHAHAHAHAH!!! Shut your dumb ass up Garret…I mean..Maddox.

  • FreshCorn

    i really hope WrestleMania returns to Toronto :)

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