There has been some talk in the wrestling industry about the amount of tickets that are still remaining for WrestleMania 24 in Orlando, Florida. The presale for the company did well, as did the day of the public on-sale, but at the same time, they were hoping for a sellout, and right now that does not look to be the case. So why did the WWE's biggest event not sell out right away? Well, there are plenty of reasons - but the biggest could be the fact that the WWE is running a huge venue, outside, and with the companies current injury woes (John Cena being by far the biggest) and the creative direction, not selling this thing out on the first day is not a shock.
Let's put it this way though - they did move 44,000 tickets, which is quite a bit, and at the same time let's not forget that last year you didn't sell out Ford Field in Detroit on the first day, and yet by bell time the night of the event they got to the point to selling standing room only tickets for the show. So let's not panic, there's five months till the event, a lot can happen, and the company has had great success in the past with making big things happen for this show. One thing that is a legit concern is the weather, which with it being an outdoor venue, if it rains, the show could be the biggest disaster in the history of the business. For now, let's cross our fingers that does not happen.