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Top 10 largest pro-wrestling attendance numbers in 2023

Published at :January 15, 2024 at 7:31 PM
Modified at :January 15, 2024 at 7:31 PM
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The year 2023 was a whirlwind for the pro wrestling world, and 2024 is already shaping up to be another exciting chapter. Let’s dive into the standout moments by exploring the top 10 wrestling events of the year, where attendance numbers tell a compelling story.

According to insights gathered by Wrestlenomics from platforms like, WrestleTix, and Luchablog, the data reveals a fervent fan presence at these monumental events. So, which gatherings captured the hearts of wrestling enthusiasts across the globe?

Leading the pack was AEW All In London 2023, held in the vibrant city of London, England. The event boasted a staggering attendance of 81,035 passionate fans, creating an electric atmosphere that echoed the global appeal of All Elite Wrestling (AEW).

Not far behind was WWE WrestleMania 39, a spectacle that unfolded in Inglewood, California. While not clinching the top spot, WrestleMania 39 secured a commendable second place, showcasing the enduring allure of WWE’s flagship event with an impressive fan turnout.

Here are the top 10 largest pro-wrestling attendance numbers in 2023:

10. WWE Survivor Series – War Games 2023, Inglewood – 17,102 Fans

Rounding off the top 10 is WWE’s Survivor Series – War Games 2023 in Inglewood, drawing an attendance of 17,102 fans. The clash of teams and the unique War Games format captivated audiences, providing a fitting conclusion to a year filled with memorable wrestling moments.

In retrospect, these events not only showcased the athletic prowess of the performers but also demonstrated the unwavering passion of the global wrestling community. As we look ahead to 2024, the anticipation builds for what promises to be another year of unparalleled excitement, surprises, and, most importantly, packed arenas roaring with enthusiastic fans.

9. WWE Money In The Bank 2023, London – 17,617 Fans

London hosted the high-stakes WWE Money In The Bank 2023, attracting 17,617 fans eager to witness the high-flying, ladder-climbing spectacle that defines this annual event. The electrifying atmosphere added an extra layer of intensity to the already thrilling matches.

8. WWE Backlash 2023 in San Juan – 17,966 Fans

WWE Backlash 2023 in San Juan brought the excitement to Puerto Rico, with 17,966 fans packing the arena. The passionate crowd witnessed the fallout from WrestleMania and the beginning of new storylines that would shape the year in WWE.

7. NJPW Wrestle Kingdom 17 in Tokyo Dome, Japan – 26,085 Fans

New Japan Pro-Wrestling’s (NJPW) Wrestle Kingdom 17 in the iconic Tokyo Dome garnered an attendance of 26,085 fans. The event showcased the hard-hitting action and compelling storytelling that has solidified NJPW’s reputation as a global wrestling powerhouse.

6. NOAH Keiji Muto Grand Final Pro-Wrestling Last Love Hold Out, Tokyo – 30,096 Fans

Crossing international borders, NOAH’s Keiji Muto Grand Final Pro-Wrestling Last Love Hold Out in Tokyo, Japan, drew 30,096 fans. This emotional farewell to a wrestling legend resonated with fans, highlighting the global appeal of Japanese wrestling promotions.

5. Royal Rumble 2023 – 47,585 Fans

The road to WrestleMania took an exhilarating pitstop at the Royal Rumble, where 47,585 fans eagerly anticipated surprise entrants, jaw-dropping eliminations, and the thrilling journey to secure a coveted spot in the main event of WrestleMania.

4. WWE Summerslam, Detroit – 51,477 Fans

The summer sizzled with WWE’s Summerslam in Detroit, where 51,477 fans gathered to witness the powerhouse performances and intense rivalries that unfolded in the squared circle. The Motor City played host to a night of unforgettable moments, showcasing WWE’s global reach.

3. WrestleMania 39 Day 1 – 67,303 Fans

Not to be outdone, WrestleMania 39 Day 1 secured its spot in the top three, amassing a staggering attendance of 67,303 fans. The two-day extravaganza captivated audiences with its star-studded matches and larger-than-life production, leaving an indelible mark on the pro-wrestling landscape.

2. WrestleMania 39 Day 2 – 67,553 Fans

Following closely behind is the grandeur of WWE’s WrestleMania 39 Day 2, held in Inglewood, California. Drawing an immense crowd of 67,553 fans, the second day of WrestleMania proved to be a spectacular showcase of athleticism, drama, and the grand spectacle that only WWE’s flagship event can deliver.

1. AEW All In London 2023 – 81,035 Fans

Kicking off the list with a bang, AEW’s All In London 2023 stands tall with an impressive attendance of 81,035 fans. The fervour and enthusiasm of the London crowd echoed through the arena, solidifying AEW’s global appeal and the allure of its marquee events.

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