AEW is bringing All In London to Wembley Stadium on August 27th. That event will give Tony Khan’s company an opportunity to really show what kind of draw they have in the United Kingdom market. So far, they have already received a tremendous demand. That begs a big question about what the company will do about the rest of their schedule.
All Out 2023 has not been announced by AEW. Typically, AEW holds their All Out event in September, but with All In London on the schedule that begs a big question.
During Wrestling Observer Radio, Dave Meltzer mentioned the current situation with All In London, and everything that AEW needs to get done for this event to be a success. Then the idea of All Out was brought up, but Meltzer didn’t seem to dismiss the idea that this event is still on.
By the way, a lot of people are talking about the All Out show, I do know there are, I have seen some people in the company on social media, and I know that they’re not allowed to say, but I’ve seen it said that there’s an All Out a week after All In.
Dave Meltzer noted that the impression he received was that AEW All Out is still going to happen. That event might still go down a week after All In London.
This could be an exciting time for AEW fans, but it might also be an expensive one. If AEW All In London is a pay-per-view, which has not been confirmed just yet, then adding All Out to the schedule would cost AEW fans an extra $50 in a very short time span.
We’ll have to see what AEW decides to do with this situation. They obviously have a lot of options, because All In London is already looking like a historic show. For more on this story, and everything else going on in the pro wrestling world, stay tuned with us at Ringside News.
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