AEW has gone through a lot of changes since its debut back in 2019 and the company has also seen a significant amount of growth since then. This couldn’t be more apparent after seeing AEW All In’s success at Wembley Stadium. Now it appears AEW All In has seen a major change in order to accommodate the massive number of fans for the show.
AEW will be holding the next All In event at Wembley Stadium this year, which will have capacity of 90,000. Obviously, everyone who doubted the event had to eat their words as the event ended up selling tons of tickets. The event has already beaten WrestleMania 3 in ticket sales and then SummerSlam 1992.
Ticketmaster sent out an email today to those who have purchased tickets for the event, revealing that doors for the show will now be opening at 15:30 BST for a show start time of 17:00 BST.
In terms of USA time, the show will begin at 12 PM EST, with doors opening at 10:30 AM EST in order to accommodate the 80k+ fans in attendance for the shows. It is evident AEW realize they will need time to make sure so many fans safely make their way to Wembley Stadium before the event begins.
It is very likely the Zero Hour show will begin at 12 PM EST before the main show starts an hour after that, at 1 PM EST. With several matches already confirmed for the event, we’ll have to wait and see whether the August 27th show will end up making history for AEW.
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