UK fans get to watch or re-watch AEW All In for no extra charge.
For the first time since 2001, a major wrestling event will be available to watch on free TV in the majority of homes around the country. Eagle-eyed viewers have noticed that All In will be broadcast on ITV 4 on Thursday, August 31st from 9 pm until 1:55 am on the free-to-air channel, making it the first time that wrestling fans in the UK are able to watch a pay-per-view for no charge since Vengeance 2001 was broadcast on Channel 4. However, it should be pointed out that Vengeance was broadcast live and All In will be a replay from the August 27th event.
Prior to the announcement, anyone who wanted to witness the historic event would have to pay for the replay, which is still available on various platforms commercial free. Happy with the revenue generated from attendance and pay-per-view buys around the world, All Elite Wrestling looks to capitalise on its success by making the event as available to as many people as possible to generate interest for their return visit in 2024.
How Many People Attended AEW All In?
Upon the news breaking that the Wembley Stadium show sold the most tickets in history for a wrestling event, many were curious as to what the paid attendance would be on the night. Nigel McGuinness stood in the ring towards the end of the show and announced that they had sold 81,035 tickets in total. It was later announced that this figure was 100% accurate and did not include comps and staff, meaning that the total attendance on the day was even higher.