Latest on WrestleMania 34 Ticket Sales

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Latest on WrestleMania 34 Ticket Sales

Up until only a couple of weeks ago, it was reported that WrestleMania 34 Ticket Sales weren’t doing that great. In actual fact, there was actually quite a considerable range of tickets still available. However, things have changed in the past 10 days. The in-ring return of Daniel Bryan was announced, and as reported by Forbes, has lead to a sudden surge of WrestleMania 34 Ticket Sales. The following has being reported:

“After the announcement last week of the return of Daniel Bryan, tickets for Mania were very strong when it came to late sales so his return is money. At press time there were about 700 tickets left, almost all on the floor, with the cheapest price being $337.”

This is very good news for the WWE, and goes some length to prove the star power Daniel Bryan has achieved. He has been seen throughout his WWE career as the corporate underdog. It has being said before that he doesn’t fit the image they want to portray. The connection that Daniel Bryan shares with his fans is unprecedented but incredible. This, as seen before, may go some lengths to further hampering the progression of Roman Reigns to the top of the WWE.

It is evident from the surge in WrestleMania 34 Ticket Sales. Everyone is eagerly awaiting the in-ring return of Daniel Bryan. On the night inside the Mercedes-Benz Superdome, he is scheduled to team with Shane McMahon to face-off against Kevin Owens and Sami Zayn. What should be an incredible sight, and even better match. There is one early prediction that this WDD editor can foresee.

On this night, given the buzz and excitement from his return, one can foresee a heel-turn from Daniel Bryan. The response to this would be incredible, and given Daniel the chance to be the alpha heel in coming months. The impact from this could be incredible if it were to happen.

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