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WWE notes: WrestleMania 37 paid ticket numbers, new hires


In numbers released from the Tampa Sports Authority to Wrestlenomics' Brandon Thurston, WWE WrestleMania 37 sold 40,806 tickets over two nights, generating a combined $6.2 million in revenue.

Turnstile numbers on Saturday, April 10th had 18,328 in Raymond James Stadium with 20,172 total tickets sold while Sunday, April 11th had 18,924 in the house with 20,634 total tickets sold. Comped tickets for Saturday were 1682 and 1470 for Sunday. Revenue for both nights were virtually identical.

WWE announced 25,675 attendance on both nights.

7952 two-day packages were sold in non-suite seating while a total of 435 suite tickets were sold for both nights.


WWE president Nick Khan continues to add some of his former team to his current team, adding several former CAA co-workers to the company Tuesday.

Chris Legentil was named senior vice president and head of global communications, coming off a stint in a similar role at DAZN under then-chairman John Skipper. He also worked in the NBA and Showtime.

Scott Zanghellini, a former senior talent agent at CAA, was named head of revenue strategy and development. Joining him in another former CAA agent in Alex Varga who becomes vice president of revenue strategy and development. Both men will report directly to Khan.