AEW put the entire wrestling world on notice when they announced that their debut show in the UK would take place in the giant Wembley Stadium.
Tony Khan took the gamble and went All In with his approach to running a show in the UK for the first time and it looks like the risk has paid off with over 75,000 tickets already sold for the event despite no matches yet being announced.
Speaking on his My World podcast, Jeff Jarrett – who works as AEW’s Director of Business Development – discussed the buzz surrounding All In and thinks it’s on track to be a complete sell out:
“It looks like we’re still aligning things, but looks like I’m headed across the pond to do some media, some PR. The buzz in the air, we’re getting into kinda the go-home stretch. What are we, just a little over a month out? And, you know, it is… it’s definitely tracking to sell out.”
Can AEW break WrestleMania record?
AEW All In is on course to be the highest-attended wrestling show since WrestleMania 32 took place in the AT&T Stadium in Dallas, Texas back in 2016.
The attendance for that event was officially announced by WWE as 101,763 but that accounts for people working at the event rather than solely fans that paid for a ticket. That number is believed to be around 80,709 according to Fightful and that is the number AEW is surely now aiming for.