No matches have been announced for AEW All In at Wembley Stadium in London, England as of yet but the event is proving to be a real field of dreams for the company – they’re building it and the people are coming.
The latest ticket update for the event shows that AEW has managed to sell over 74,000 tickets for the event so far almost two months before it is set to take place. With a match not yet announced for the show, there is a possibility that the show could become the biggest ticket-selling wrestling event from a major American company of all time.
New names have recently been announced for the show as Chris Jericho, Darby Allin, and Sting were among those declared as All In – a nod to the first All In show held in September 2018 and seen by many as the spiritual beginning of AEW.
While most fans and stars of AEW will be looking forward to seeing who competes on the show, Anthony Bowens of The Acclaimed is looking at setting a world record, and one that you’d probably hope would never be beaten.
Taking to social media the former AEW Tag Team Champion says he wants to set a record at All In for the biggest group scissor ever:
“Hey UK, maybe we should set a Guinness Book of Records for largest group scissor?@AEW”
— Anthony Bowens (@Bowens_Official) July 4, 2023
If you’d like to find out if such a record exists and what it stands at for the biggest group scissor, then it’s best not to do that research on a work computer.