AEW has a lot of things in the pipeline, and their fans might need to save their money next month, because two pay-per-views could be coming for fans. We already know that All Out will be a pay-per-view event, but All In London might also cost fans fifty bucks to see live.

AEW All In London will go down on August 27th at London’s Wembley Stadium. The build-up to the event has been intriguing, as no matches have been officially announced, and details on how fans can watch the show remain undisclosed.

Anticipation for this monumental event is soaring, with over 75,000 seats already sold, making it the largest event in AEW’s history. Although it was previously mentioned that one match featuring two top stars is in the works, the specifics are yet to be revealed.

Amidst the speculation surrounding the broadcasting format, recent reports have clarified that AEW All In will air as a pay-per-view event, just one week before the All Out pay-per-view. According to Dave Meltzer’s Daily Update, Comcast is slated to carry the show on pay-per-view, with a price tag of $50.


While not all cable providers have officially confirmed their plans, Joe Hand Promotions is expected to broadcast the event in movie theaters across the United States, following their tradition of showcasing all AEW pay-per-views. We will have to wait for AEW to make an official announcement.

We will have to see what AEW fans do in this situation. Tony Khan’s company gained a lot of brownie points when they decided to limit pay-per-views, because they wanted to give fans their money’s worth. Now, we are looking at the possibilities of monthly pay-per-view events, which would cost AEW fans around $600 a year in order to catch all of their pay-per-view evens with the current price tag.

Do you think that charging pay-per-view money for AEW All In London is a good idea? Will it hurt AEW All Out? Sound off in the comments to let us know what you thinik!

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