AEW is bringing a huge show to Wembley Stadium on August 27th, and there is some definite interest for the show. With over 50,000 tickets sold already, they very well could be on their way to a sold out house in Wembley Stadium, which is no small feat at all. Either way, the company has already shattered their own record.

Tony Khan lashed out at tweet saying that AEW isn’t going to offer a sold-out house for Wembley Stadium. They are going to see every ticket they can, and the new sales numbers more than prove that.

The Wrestling Observer Newsletter noted that AEW is already in great shape for their big All In London show. In fact, the company has already tripled any previous event in company history.

AEW has already nearly triple the most tickets ever sold for a show (18,300 was the actual number of tickets sold for the first Arthur Ashe Stadium show in New York) and has done 5.7 times as much revenue as the company’s prior record of $1.145 million at the Double or Nothing 2022 show in Las Vegas.


AEW has no matches announced for All In London yet. We don’t even know which stars will 100% be on the show. We do know that All Out will still be held on schedule a week after the big Wembley Stadium event.

We’ll have to see how AEW books the All In London event. Obviously, they will need some amazing matches for that card, but the hard work might not be too difficult when it comes to selling tickets for the show. Just the hype around the Wembley Stadium event seemed to take care of that on its own.

What’s your take on this situation with AEW All In London? Are you surprised that they are selling so many tickets? Sound off in the comments!

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