On Wednesday, ticket pre-sales began for the big ROH and New Japan co-branded G1 Supercard show at Madison Square Garden in New York City on April 6, 2019 during Wrestlemania 35 weekend, MSG will be holding its own pre-sale later today, with tickets going on-sale to the general public on Friday.
However, in a statement issued to POST Wrestling’s John Pollock (formerly of the LAW) on Wednesday night, ROH COO Joe Koff revealed that following Wednesday’s initial pre-sale to fans who were subscribers to ROH’s HonorClub subscription service, 60 percent of the overall tickets for the event have been sold.
Statement from Ring of Honor COO Joe Koff to @POSTwrestling regarding today's pre-sale for the Madison Square Garden card:
"We are currently 60% sold with general public for sale on Friday!"
— John Pollock (@iamjohnpollock) August 8, 2018
Most wrestling events held at the Garden usually seat around 15,000 fans depending on the production of the event,, so the number currently sold for the ROH and New Japan co-branded event would be around the 8,000 to 9,000 range.
Whatever the case might be, the likelihood of this show selling out has increased a great deal following the release of the pre-sale numbers.