AEW All In Beats All Time Attendance Record

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Those going to Wembley Stadium for AEW All In will be part of history.

AEW All In is set to be one of the biggest shows in wrestling history with the company living up to the name of the show by booking Wembley Stadium in London, England for its first show in the UK.

Ticket sales for the event have surpassed most people’s expectations with well over 60,000 sold before a single match was announced. But now, Tony Khan’s company has booked its place in the record books.

AEW All In smashes record

WrestleTix has now reported that the tickets sold for All In have now surpassed the final milestone of WrestleMania 32, meaning the event is the biggest ticket-selling wrestling show in history. AEW is now reported to have sold 80,846 tickets for the event beating WWE’s total of 80,709 from their biggest-ever show in 2016

WWE claim an audience of over 101,000 for WrestleMania 32 but Fightful first reported numbers they received from police at the time confirming just over 80,000 fans bought tickets for the event. The highest-attended wrestling shows of all time remain the two Collision in Korea shows produced by WCW and NJPW with crowds estimated to be 165,000 and 190,000. However, the nature of North Korea means the fans were not paying to attend and so can be discounted from this record.

The confirmed AEW All In card is –

  • MJF (c) vs. Adam Cole – AEW World Championship
  • Hikaru Shida (c) vs. Toni Storm vs. Saraya vs. Britt Baker – AEW Women’s Championship
  • FTR (c) vs. The Young Bucks – AEW Tag Team Championship
  • Kenny Omega, Adam Page & Kota Ibushi vs. Jay White, Juice Robinson & Konosuke Takeshita
  • Blackpool Combat Club vs. Eddie Kingston, Orange Cassidy, Best Friends & Lucha Bros – Stadium Stampede
  • Will Ospreay vs. Chris Jericho
  • Darby Allin & Sting vs. AR Fox & Swerve Strickland – Coffin Match
  • Aussie Open (c) vs. Better Than You Bay-Bay – ROH Tag Team Championship – Pre-Show

The event looks to be popular for people not attending the show, as reported pay-per-view buy numbers are looking strong.