AEW All Out London will take over Wembley Stadium on August 27th. A lot of fans rolled their eyes at the idea of Tony Khan’s company selling out the famous sporting venue, but they are actually on track to do just that.
AEW saw a tremendous reception for presale tickets before All In London. Fans got personalized codes for their seats, and tickets flew out of the box office. Now, they are approaching another benchmark in ticket sales all the time for the event with months before the show.
Wrestle Tix updated their paywall with a new update about AEW All In London. It appears that AEW has opened up even more tickets for the show, making a capacity at 87,825 fans.
AEW ALL IN
Sun, 27 Aug 2023, 18:00Sun, 27 Aug 2023
Wembley Stadium, London, UK
Available Tickets => 8,671
Current Setup => 87,825
Tickets Distributed => 64,154
Estimated Paid => 61,585
It was also noted that, “Besides the distributed count going down I retroactively corrected the setup numbers. They added several new floor sections yesterday (priced at £53.40 besides the first few rows which are Platinum seats). They briefly took away some back rows of upper decks but now they’re back. More to come! I am considering granting access to this spreadsheet to Platinum-tier members since I plan on updating this daily.”
AEW already broke a company record with All In London, and they are inching closer to making an all-time pro wrestling record happen. This show was a huge gamble for Tony Khan, and it is apparently paying off in a big way.
Only time will tell if AEW actually books close to 90,000 fans in Wembley Stadium. They have already sold plenty of tickets to be happy about the progress they made. Keep checking back with Ringside News for constant updates.
What’s your take on AEW selling out Wembley Stadium? Did you think this was really a possibility? Sound off in the comments!