AEW is bringing a huge show to London with All In on August 27th, and now it looks like we know that there is definite fan interest. Wembley Stadium is a huge venue, and it appears that they will have at least 35k fans in the legendary building.

According to Dave Meltzer, AEW has already sold over 35,000 tickets in the Tuesday presale for their upcoming All In event at London’s Wembley Stadium this August. This impressive number ensures that AEW will break its record for the largest attendance and gate before the announcement of a single match.

The event is scheduled for Sunday, August 27th, but the broadcast availability and start time are yet to be revealed. However, it seems unlikely to be a pay-per-view, as All Out is happening the following weekend.

We previously reported that 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…”

No matches have been announced for the big All In London show just yet, but they will certainly have a packed house for the show. Hopefully, Tony Khan’s company can also build toward All Out, because that event is still going down on the following weekend.

What’s your take on All In London? Who do you want to see booked for the show? Sound off in the comments!

Tags: AEW All In
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