AEW All In Showing Strong Advanced PPV Buys

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AEW All In looks to be a big hit in the United States as well as in London.

Surpassing all expectations with attendance figures, All In has now sold in excess of 80,000 tickets and has reportedly overtaken the previous record set by WrestleMania 32.

With the UK show available to purchase on pay-per-view around the world, new information has come to light regarding the pre-orders of the event in the United States.

Andrew Zarian is reporting that over 90,000 people have already ordered the event taking place on August 27th, meaning that the number can only increase closer to the start time. Also, this figure only includes orders made in the United States and not the rest of the world.

With the numbers for the upcoming pay-per-view being this strong, Tony Khan will hope that the positivity continues after the event has concluded, as the All Out pay-per-view takes place just seven days later, effectively making fans pay double what they normally would at this time of the year.

AEW All In Figures Strong Despite Booking Changes

While purchases of event tickets and pay-per-view streams have been strong since the start, the logistics of putting together the card have been more complex. In the latest forced change to the first-ever UK show, it is being reported that Rey Fenix will not be able to make the show due to visa issues. Fenix was originally scheduled to be a part of the Stadium Stampede match.

On Friday, August 18th it was reported that Tag Team Champion Cash Wheeler had been arrested for aggravated assault with a firearm. With the news putting heavy doubt on whether or not the FTR vs. Young Bucks match would still be taking place, Khan has addressed the matter on a recent media call.