The upcoming AEW All In event has generated significant interest, with pre-sale registration numbers exceeding 60,000, according to the Wrestling Observer Newsletter.

While this number is impressive, it is important to note that pre-sale registration does not guarantee the same number of first-day sales or overall attendance for the event.

A similar situation occurred with the WWE Clash at the Castle event, which had 89,000 pre-sale registrations but only sold 30,000 tickets on the first day. However, the event eventually had an attendance of 62,296.

Despite this uncertainty, the high pre-sale registration numbers for AEW All In indicate that there is strong demand for the event. All Out 2019 in Chicago remains the most in-demand event in AEW history, and it will be interesting to see if All In can surpass it.


AEW All In is scheduled to take place on September 4, 2023 at The Wembley Stadium. The event is expected to feature top AEW talent and could potentially include appearances by wrestlers from other promotions.

While the exact number of tickets sold for AEW All In remains to be seen, the high pre-sale registration numbers are a positive sign for the event and for AEW’s ongoing success in the industry.

What do you think about the high pre-sale registration numbers for AEW All In? Do you think the event will live up to the hype and sell out? Leave a comment.

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