Partial Source: The Wrestling Observer Newsletter

WWE may have set it's non-PPV record last weekend's with the WWE Supershow at Madison Square Garden in New York City. The show drew 19,000 fans and $850,000. This show sold out more than a month ago but it was noted by those in attendance that there were plenty of empty seats.

The actual numbers are in for WrestleMania 26 and the show had 61,093 fans in the building, which was set up for 67,488 fans. This would be the second straight year that WrestleMania has not sold out, even with free tickets given out. Apparently there were around 6,000 free tickets given out. The actual live gate was $5,529,172. The numbers that WWE announced were 72,219 fans in the building and a $5.8 million gate, higher than the numbers that have been released by Pollstar now.

WWE Magazine's "Best of WWE 2010 Special Issue" features "1,001 answers to the WWE Universe's most burning questions." To read a few of the questions answered, go to tinyurl.com/2a3pmgu The issue hits newsstands this Tuesday.

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