AEW World’s End will be the final pay-per-view of 2023 for Tony Khan’s company, and the promotion is determined to put on a night of action worth remembering. Aside from the in-ring action and controversy, the event venue faced critical food shortages during the show.
The AEW World’s End pay-per-view was held at the Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum in Uniondale, New York.according to wrestletics9,953 fans attended the venue and 9,889 tickets were sold.
Approximately 10,000 fans attend the several-hour show, and it’s no surprise that many of them head to the concession stand for refreshments for the event.
Several readers contacted Ringside News to inform us that the food stalls were completely sold out. Therefore, venues suffer from severe food shortages due to events like this, which is shocking to say the least.
A lot happened at AEW World’s End, including Adam Copeland winning and losing the TNT title and Samoa Joe becoming the new AEW World Champion. Still, the lack of food supply to the venue simply shows a lack of foresight, and I hope something like this doesn’t happen again at future AEW events.
What do you think about this shocking storyline regarding AEW World’s End? Do you think the company just didn’t have the ability to handle the fans? Let us know in the comments section below.
December 31, 2023 8:13am