A Women’s Volleyball Game in Nebraska Gives Both WWE & AEW a Harsh Reality Check

In the realm of sports entertainment, longstanding rivalries and fierce competition are commonplace. The ongoing struggle for dominance between WWE and AEW, measured by ticket sales, has witnessed a surprising turn of events. A women's college volleyball match in Nebraska has not only seized the limelight but also stunned both wrestling giants.

 AEW and WWE's Ongoing Battle

Tony Khan and Vince McMahon's ongoing rivalry since 2019 has revolved around wits and ticket sales. AEW's rapid expansion and notable signings, such as CM Punk, Chris Jericho, and Matt Hardy, intensified this competition with WWE. Despite WWE's rich history, AEW managed to shine with events like AEW All In, earning acclaim for their ticket sales.

The Rise of an Unlikely Challenger

While AEW and WWE battled, the Nebraska and Wisconsin volleyball teams ignited a fierce rivalry. Nebraska Volleyball boldly organized 'Volleyball Day,' 

Pitting the Cornhuskers against the Omaha Mavericks in a stadium with a 90,000+ capacity. The outcome? An astonishing 92,003 attendees, surpassing AEW All-In and WrestleMania ticket sales in just three days.

A Stunned Wrestling World

The Nebraska women's volleyball team's recent success has the WWE and AEW wrestling giants puzzled. WWE has a history of big attendance, but doubts exist about accuracy. The question now is: Can WWE beat a college volleyball team in ticket sales? The competition is intense, and the outcome is uncertain.

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