Extreme Rules is almost sold-out



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Extreme Rules is almost sold-out

With a statement that emerged on its website a few weeks ago, WWE announced that the next Extreme Rules 2022 premium live event will take place on October 8, 2022 at the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia. These are the words of the press release: “STAMFORD, Conn., June 13, 2022 - WWE (NYSE: WWE) announced today that WWE Extreme Rules will take place on Saturday, October 8 live from the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia.

The premium live event will be broadcast live exclusively on Peacock in the US and WWE Network everywhere. Tickets for WWE Extreme Rules will go on sale Friday, July 15 at 10 AM ET via wellsfargocenterphilly.com. For more information on registering for presale opportunities, please visit wwe.com/extreme-rules-presale-2022.

The WWE Extreme Rules Priority Pass, which allow fans to access WWE like never before through immersive VIP experiences that include premier seating, a dedicated arena entrance, premium hospitality offers and meet & greets with superstars and WWE Legends, can be purchased starting this Friday, June 17 through WWE's Exclusive Partner On Location at onlocationexp.com/wwe or by calling 1-855-346-7388."

New details on Extreme Rules

In the last few days, WWE has managed to sell a huge amount of tickets for its next ppv, with Extreme Rules almost sold out about a week after the live broadcast. Let's see in detail the numbers that WWE is missing to get to sell all its tickets for the event: - WWE Extreme Rules, Saturday 8 October 2022, Wells Fargo Center, Philadelphia Tickets available: 1067 Maximum available capacity / setup: 12319 Tickets distributed: 11,252.

There are therefore only a little more than a thousand tickets left to sell out for the event that will be staged in just over a week from Philly and which will catalyze all the attention of WWE fans, thanks above all to the special stipulations of almost all the matches that will be staged in the extreme event.

During the episode, a QR code was displayed that directed to a video featuring multiple superstars. The caption contained a set of numbers which turned out to be coordinates for Corbin, Kentucky. Xero News on Twitter recently reported the possible layout of the show, namely how many matches we can expect at the premium live event.

There was also mention of a potential United States title match. "Extreme Rules will be 6/7 Matches. No Tag Team Defense or IC title defense. WWE Still looking into a possible US title match. But no plans at the moment for one."