AEW All In London is coming to Wembley Stadium on August 5th, and the pro wrestling world has been very impressed by the event so far. They haven’t announced a single match, but tickets flew out of the box office. That being said, they still have a few things to figure out.

Click here for our complete coverage of the AEW Double or Nothing conference call.

During the media conference before Double or Nothing, Tony Khan had a lot to say. Tony Khan was asked about how fans at home will be able to watch All In London. It turns out that they aren’t quite sure of that yet.

When questioned about the broadcast capabilities for All In: London and All Out, Khan mentioned that he couldn’t provide a comprehensive answer at the moment as they are still working on the event’s solution and how they will offer it. However, he expressed confidence that All In: London is on track to become the biggest wrestling event of all time in England.


Fans might get a big announcement about the broadcasting plans for All In London during Double or Nothing, or in the weeks leading to the big Wembley Stadium show. It’s anyone’s guess what AEW will do, especially considering the fact that AEW All Out is still going down on pay-per-view the next week.

AEW brought a lot of attention to themselves thanks to All In London. The event sold incredibly well, and tickets are still moving. At this rate, they might sell out the historic London venue, but fans in the building might be the only ones seeing the action if they can’t figure out how to broadcast the event.

What’s your take on AEW not knowing how fans at home will watch All In London? Sound off in the comments!

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