Tony Khan has big plans for AEW, and he has a new announcement every other week to show off that fact. The company has All In London on August 27th, but fans in the United States won’t have to wait long at all to get another AEW pay-per-view after that.

It was already rumored that All Out will still go down after All In London, even right after the initial Wembley Stadium announcement was made. Now, we have 100% confirmation of that as a big name from the company made the official announcement.

AEW SVP & Chief Legal Officer Megha Parekh recently spoke to A2theK Wrestling Show. During that long conversation, she let something very interesting slip out. Parekh confirmed that AEW All Out is still going down the week after All In London.

“London, it’s been a while since I spent any meaningful time (there) because of COVID. I’m excited just to go back (to London). We’ll have to come back here for All Out the week after but it should be really fun. I’m most excited to see a wrestling ring in the middle of Wembley Stadium…”


Some fans might be concerned about buying two AEW pay-per-views that close to each other. It should be noted that AEW has never advertised All In London as a pay-per-view event. Only time will tell how they air the event, or how fans in the United States will be able to see it.

AEW obviously has some big plans, and they are doubling up with special events, much like WWE is doing with Backlash and Night of Champions. This is certainly an exciting, and busy time to be a pro wrestling fan.

What’s your take on AEW holding All In London a week before All Out? Do you plan on watching both events? Sound off in the comments!

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