AEW’s big All In London event is going down on August 27th, and fans in London are excited. That being said, Wembley Stadium is a massive venue, so Tony Khan’s company has quite a lot of work ahead of them if they want to fill the venue for a sold-out show.

It was previously reported that Saraya fired back at a claim that said AEW didn’t really sell 35,000 pre-sale tickets. It seems that the company did even more than that.

Tony Khan tweeted out to thank fans in the UK for turning out in a big way for All In London. The company has sold 43,000 tickets so far for the Wembley Stadium show, and that is quite a feat for pre-sale tickets.

Thanks to our great fans, only 32 hours into the pre-sale for #AEWAllIn London, we’ve already sold over 43,000 tickets for over £4.5M ($5.7M), before general on-sale has even begun, with more great seats going on sale soon!


Let’s celebrate on Wednesday Night #AEWDynamite TONIGHT!

Wembley Stadium can fit 90,000 people in the famous venue for a boxing match. 43k tickets sold is a good start, but Tony Khan’s company still has a long way to go.

Tony Khan tweeted out yesterday to take shot at WWE CEO Nick Khan, and a report about AEW not selling out the whole building. Now, it seems TK is in a much better mood.

AEW has not announced any matches for All In London yet. Perhaps the right huge match will bring another wave of ticket sales. We’ll have to see what the future holds, but Tony Khan is very happy with the response so far.

What’s your take on AEW All In London? Will AEW sell out Wembley Stadium? Sound off in the comments!

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