Chris Jericho Blasts AEW All In Critics

Chris Jericho

AEW raised eyebrows when Adam Cole revealed the venue of the company’s long-awaited London debut would be the 90,000+ capacity Wembley Stadium.

Mush discussion has taken place online as to how AEW can maximise the number of people they will get to attend the show with many wondering what could be deemed a success given the size of the stadium All In is taking place in. With the debate taking the same tone as most online debates do, Chris Jericho has waded in with his take on the situation.

Taking to social media to fire back at some critics, Chris Jericho noted that the majority of people are simply guessing as to how successful the event will be:

“Makes me laugh when critics already proclaim @aew #AllIn at @wembleystadium a failure. Nobody has ANY idea how many tickets we will sell…except the fact checkers & promoters who’ve done their research. Once again, I expect a sh*tload of loudmouths to have their mouths SHUT!”

It had been reported that around 25,000 sign-ups were received to be part of the pre-sale for tickets for the event on the 2nd of May. While that number is some way off the capacity of Wembley, if that many tickets were sold it would still be the most attended show in AEW’s four-year history.