AEW All In London is set to go down in Wembley Stadium on August 27th, and that crowd is set to be a massive one. Now, AEW has broken WWE’s WrestleMania record.

Tony Khan took a big bet with his Wembley Stadium show, and tickets flew out of the box office. Although they flew at first, those sales crawled a bit, but things started picking up in a big way when the company started announcing matches.

Now that AEW has added several matches to the All In London card, the company has jumped past WWE’s WrestleMania 32 record at AT&T Stadium in Arlington. They still have over 4,000 tickets left to sell as well.



Sun, 27 Aug 2023, 18:00

Wembley Stadium, London

Available Tickets => 4,626

Current Setup => 85,472

Tickets Distributed => 80,846 (+790 since last update)

This passes the 80,709 number set by WWE at WrestleMania 32 at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, TX.

WWE just started selling tickets for WrestleMania 40. They broke another record themselves for the Detroit show in 2024.

We will have to see how AEW All In London will be remembered. Tony Khan’s company certainly has a huge accomplishment under their belt already, and they haven’t even let the first fan into the building yet.

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