AEW is gearing up to take over Wembley Stadium in London, England on August 27. Now, All In London has smashed a famous WWE ticket sale record, marking a significant moment in the history of professional wrestling.

With just 20 days left until the event, three blockbuster matches have already been announced, promising an action-packed night of entertainment. Now, Tony Khan’s company has officially beaten WrestleMania numbers.

Dave Meltzer noted in the Wrestling Observer Daily Update that AEW All In London has already surpassed a historic ticket sales figure previously held by a prominent WrestleMania event. This achievement is a testament to the growing popularity and impact of All Elite Wrestling on the global wrestling scene.

“All In’s ticket advance yesterday surpassed the final number of the famous Hogan vs. Andre WrestleMania III attendance at the Pontiac Silverdome.


“It is now fourth place on the all-time list of paid shows, six if you include the two shows in North Korea.”

The headlining match features Adam Cole as he goes toe-to-toe with MJF in a battle for the AEW World Championship. The rivalry between FTR and the Young Bucks reaches another boiling point with their third encounter, raising the stakes even higher. Also, in a match that has wrestling enthusiasts on the edge of their seats, two seasoned veterans, Samoa Joe and CM Punk, will face off for the coveted ‘Real World Championship’. These matchups alone have set the stage for an unforgettable night of intense competition.

AEW All In London will be a historic event for the company, and fans will be watching from all over the world. Only time will tell how the event pans out, and how the fallout will build toward AEW All Out the next weekend.

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