As reports are coming out the tickets sold out under 30 minutes.
This should not come as a big surprise, considering Royal Rumble has become the second biggest event on the WWE calendar just behind WrestleMania, serving as the kickoff to the road to that very show. The winner of the Royal Rumble by stipulation is supposed to challenge for the WWE title at WrestleMania.
Next year's show will be most interesting considering the uncertain state of the promotion right now. A new WWE world heavyweight champion will be crowned at Survivor Series and a top contender will need to be crowned to challenge said champion at WrestleMania 32 in Arlington, Texas, expected to be the biggest event in company history.
That's a lot of pressure to make the right decision on a winner.
What's more, they'll be in Orlando, which guarantees it's a bad idea to bring Daniel Bryan back early if he isn't planned to win. We don't want a repeat of the last two years where the crowd boos the shit out of the winner of Royal Rumble 2016.