AEW All In Blows Past Another WWE Record

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The records keep tumbling for AEW All In.

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. With the card for the show now taking shape, AEW is fast approaching 80,000 tickets sold which has seen them smash another WWE record.

It was only a few days ago that the number of tickets sold for All In surpassed the number sold for WrestleMania 3, despite WWE’s advertised attendance for that show being 93,173.

AEW All In Smashes WWE’s Wembley record

Now, according to WrestleTix, AEW has blown past WWE’s record attendance for Wembley Stadium which came at SummerSlam 1992 when 79,127 fans flocked to see the British Bulldog defeat Bret Hart for the Intercontinental Championship.

The number of tickets sold for All In is believed to be currently at 79,346, which puts All In ever closer to breaking the all-time record for tickets sold to a wrestling show which is held by WrestleMania 32 which sold 80,092, despite WWE again inflating the attendance for that show to over 101,000.