AEW All In Nearing Impressive Paid Attendance Record

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The records keep rolling in for AEW All In at Wembley Stadium, with another milestone set to be achieved in the near future.

It was seen as ambitious when AEW announced that they would be heading across the pond to present All In at the historic Wembley Stadium, however many would be forgiven for being sceptical at how much of the arena they’d be able to fill for the event.

Fast forward to now, and over 75,000 seats have been filled for the event. In the latest Wrestling Observer Newsletter, Dave Meltzer has broken down the sales, noting how close the event is to becoming the highest paid attendance in wrestling history.

All In now has 75,030 tickets out in a set up for 87,825. Paid is about 68,000 for $8.6 million. This would make it the seventh largest verified attendance in pro wrestling history. If they can move 6,000 more tickets they will break the all-time attendance record for a paid show which is 80,709 for the 2016 WrestleMania. If they have a killer lineup, and I have no idea what AEW has right now that would constitute a killer lineup, that record is within reach.

The paid record of 79,800 for that show is not impossible but it looks difficult. They look to almost surely be able to top the 78,000 at WrestleMania III which will cause a lot of meltdowns when that number is surpassed. 79,127 is the 1992 SummerSlam total attendance record which would be the European record and that could cause a lot of freak outs as well.

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This has all been achieved without a single match announced for the event which takes place at the end of August. Recently a few new names were confirmed to be in attendance, whilst one AEW star wants to set an impressive record on the night.