The Aberdeen Pavilion where Bound for Glory is going to take place is not a traditional arena, according to The Wrestling Observer Newsletter. The Aberdeen Pavilion is a building that hosts trade fairs, wine shows and senior citizen breakfasts. Since there are no dressing rooms and only a few bathrooms, the company will have to build them for the tapings. Even though the building’s capacity is for as many as 2,800 people, there are basically no bleachers and only a flat floor.
Selling tickets are a concern for GFW as it had issues in the past with selling tickets in New York. Orlando saw a larger crowd because of the free admission and park traffic. The PPV will run on 5 November and the tapings will go from 6 to 10 November. GFW’s goal is to sell around 500 tickets per night.