AEW All In Less Than 200 Tickets Away From All-Time Attendance Record
AEW All In is less than 200 tickets away from becoming the largest-attended wrestling event of all time in terms of paid attendance.
The historic Wembley Stadium event has continually broken records over the last few weeks with the show’s ticket distribution surpassing WWE’s own record-breaking Wembley Stadium event, SummerSlam 1992, to become the highest-attended wrestling event of all time in Europe.
Now, the show is creeping ever closer to achieving the biggest attendance record it can possibly obtain, overtaking WrestleMania 32 to become the highest-attended wrestling event of all time in terms of paid attendance.
Dave Meltzer noted in the latest Wrestling Observer Newsletter that All In has distributed 80,544 tickets at the time of release – meaning it is just 165 tickets from surpassing WrestleMania 32’s official attendance.
The only events that would eclipse All In in general attendance at that point would be WCW & NJPW’s Collision In Korea shows back in April 1995. Those events attracted 150,000 and 165,000 attendees across the first and second night respectively, although it’s been noted in the past that most who attended were “ordered to” by the North Korean regime and did so for free.
There are currently nine matches announced for All In. Most notably, Adam Cole and MJF will headline the event for the AEW World Championship and FTR defend the AEW World Tag Team Championship against The Young Bucks – though the current status of the latter match is unknown due to Cash Wheeler’s arrest.