Major Update On Broadcast Plans For AEW All In

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A new report reveals how fans across the world will be able to watch AEW All In.

Back in April, Tony Khan appeared on Dynamite to announce the blockbuster news that AEW would be making its UK debut inside Wembley Stadium on August 27th when the company produces AEW All In. While buzz surrounding the event has been huge, fans have been left wondering whether the stadium show would be broadcast around the world or kept simply as a live event for the crowd in attendance.

To complicate matters, All Elite Wrestling will be presenting AEW All Out on traditional pay-per-view the very next week, leaving questions about whether the company would attempt two PPV broadcasts in such a short span of time.

Now, Andrew Zarian has provided an update on the latest edition of the Mat Men Podcast, confirming the the plan is for All In to be broadcast on pay-per-view through Bleacher Report after all. He also notes that there will be an option for fans to purchase both shows as part of a combination package.

“The other thing I confirmed with somebody today, double confirmed….so All In is a big question, right? What do you do it all in, right? Is it gonna be free? Are you gonna give it for free? Are you gonna charge a pay-per-view fee? Then you’re gonna charge another one the following month, right? Following week, right? You’re gonna do a hundred bucks.

“Well, it is a pay-per-view on BR [Bleacher Report]. Right now, I believe, I’m not a hundred percent on this, but I believe they’re working on some sort of bundle to get both, which makes a lot of sense. I know that it was a discussion. I don’t know if it’s gonna happen. I don’t know if BR has that ability, but BR is very limited, and they need to get off of it. And a lot of this has to do with, you know, the next, the next step in their TV.”