WWE delivered an electrifying weekend in Mexico, hosting two non-televised WWE SuperShow events that shattered records and left fans on the edge of their seats. The Stamford-based promotion confirmed the incredible feat, as both shows became the most attended and highest-grossing live events in Mexico in over a decade, drawing in a staggering 25,000 enthusiastic fans across both nights in Mexico City and Monterrey.
Saturday's event at the illustrious Arena CDMX in Mexico City was an unforgettable spectacle, breaking multiple records in the process. It achieved the distinction of being the largest attended and highest-grossing event ever held at the venue, a testament to the undeniable allure of WWE's superstar-packed lineup.
Not only that, but the show also set a new benchmark for merchandise sales, marking it as the most successful WWE event in terms of merchandise purchases in the history of shows held in Mexico City.
Thrilling In-Ring Showdowns
The in-ring action was nothing short of epic, with Rey Mysterio fiercely challenging Roman Reigns for the Undisputed WWE Universal Championship in the main event.
And that was just the beginning of a star-studded lineup that included Cody Rhodes defeating Damian Priest, Rhea Ripley's successful retention of the WWE Women's World Championship against the formidable duo of Becky Lynch and Natalya, and a thrilling clash between Matt Riddle and LWO's Cruz Del Toro and Joaquin Wilde against Imperium's GUNTHER, Giovanni Vinci, and Ludwig Kaiser.
In another thrilling showdown, Shayna Baszler emerged triumphant against Ronda Rousey via disqualification, while Seth "Freakin" Rollins managed to hold on to his WWE World Heavyweight Championship title against the determined Dominik Mysterio.
Austin Theory further solidified his reign as WWE United States Champion by defeating the tenacious Santos Escobar, and Asuka demonstrated her dominance, securing a hard-fought victory against Charlotte Flair and Shotzi to retain the WWE Women's Championship.
Sunday's WWE SuperShow in Monterrey at Arena Monterrey was no less exciting, providing fans with yet another night of unforgettable moments. Rollins once again showcased his prowess, successfully retaining the WWE World Heavyweight Championship in a thrilling final match against the resilient "Dirty Dom." The action-packed night also featured a stunning triumph for LWO's Del Toro, Wilde, and Mysterio against the formidable trio of GUNTHER, Vinci, and Kaiser from Imperium.
Ripley, displaying her relentless determination, retained the WWE Women's World Championship by overcoming the challenge of both Natalya and Becky Lynch. The weekend's events left no doubt about the fervent passion of WWE fans in Mexico and the enduring global appeal of the sport.
The record-breaking attendance and unprecedented merchandise sales serve as a testament to WWE's unwavering commitment to delivering top-tier entertainment to its devoted audience. As the superstars continue to dazzle and inspire, the anticipation for WWE's next visit to Mexico is already building, promising more unforgettable moments and history-making performances.