AEW All In will be televised.
There has been an air of mystery surrounding All Elite Wrestling’s debut show in Europe, with only one match announced for the Wembley Stadium show 3 weeks out from the event.
With AEW also confirming that the All Out pay-per-view would take place just seven days later on September 3rd, speculation started on whether All In would even be a pay-per-view event, or simply a mass attendance house show. As now seen on FITE TV, AEW All In can be purchased for $15.99 with an AEW Plus subscription or $19.99 as a standalone event. The start time for the show has also been confirmed, which will be 6 pm local time [1 pm EST].
Currently, only one match has been made official for the inaugural UK show. World Champion MJF has given best friend Adam Cole one more chance at the title, saying that his tag team partner only deserves the match on the biggest stage possible.
Many wrestlers are looking to get on the card for the marquee event. As is the case with big AEW shows, expect some surprise appearances at Wembley Stadium, which could include a WWE Hall of Famer.
How Many Tickets Have Been Sold For AEW All In?
In an update posted by Twitter account WrestleTix on August 1st, All In has sold 77,470 tickets, with a maximum capacity of 84,048 available. With matches now being added to the show, the event looks on track to sell out, exceeding the high expectations set by running a show in a venue with such a large capacity.