The AEW All In event will be the biggest show in company history and the event continues to rise in terms of ticket sales.
While AEW and NJPW prepare for their joint pay-per-view venture Forbidden Door later tonight, the next major show that the company will produce is called All In on Sunday, August 27th at Wembley Stadium in London, England.
Ever since tickets have been on sale, AEW has had an impressive amount of ticket sales that might have surprised even the most optimistic fans. Considering that AEW has never run a show in England yet (the COVID-19 pandemic is partly to blame), it was a bold move for them to try to go to Wembley Stadium, a building that can hold over 80,000 people for sporting events. However, AEW’s bet has paid off because the tickets have sold really well.
In the Wrestling Observer Newsletter, Dave Meltzer provided an update on All In ticket sales noting it’s the second-largest paid attendance for a wrestling show in the last seven years.
“All In at press time is at about 66,500 paid and about $8.35 million at Wembley Stadium. It is now the largest paid attendance for a pro wrestling show since WrestleMania 32 in 2016, which is the all-time record and would be difficult for this show to break, but not impossible.”
There are no matches announced for All In yet, nor has AEW announced how fans at home can watch the show.