Tony Khan has proudly discussed the achievements of the highly anticipated event, AEW All In. With the event scheduled to take place on August 27 at Wembley Stadium, Khan shared his insights on the significant milestones AEW has reached and the potential for future growth.

In an interview with CNBC’s Street Signs, Khan highlighted the success of AEW All In, both in terms of fan engagement and financial gains. He stated that the event is already set to be a resounding financial triumph, with ticket sales alone contributing substantially to its profitability. Notably, ticket sales have exceeded $10 million, underscoring the event’s overwhelming popularity. With an expected attendance of over 80,000 fans, AEW All In is poised to set attendance records and offer an unforgettable evening of professional wrestling.

“We’re going to make a ton of money on AEW All In. Frankly, before the pay-per-view, it’s already a wildly profitable event based on the ticket sales, which are massive, in the neighborhood of $10 million in tickets we’ve sold. We’re going to have 80,000 fans at Wembley Stadium. It’s going to be all kinds of attendance records and a great evening of pro wrestling. The pay-per-view advances have been incredibly strong, our biggest in years, one of our top two of all-time and possibly our biggest ever for pay-per-view when it’s all said and done. It’s so huge as a live event that it’s already guaranteed to be a profitable event.”

Khan also discussed the robust performance of the event on the pay-per-view front, noting that the pay-per-view advances are among the strongest in years and could potentially become one of the most successful pay-per-views in AEW history.


Regarding the streaming platform for AEW content, Khan expressed his enthusiasm for the possibility of AEW landing on Max, a streaming platform he personally holds in high regard.

“Potentially, we could land, I would love on Max. That would be an amazing thing. Max is certainly my favorite streaming platform and the streaming platform of my bosses at Warner Brothers Discovery, the people who carry AEW in US, India, and many great territories. I believe that together, we can come up with something special. I would love to land on Max, home of all my favorite shows.”

Khan’s aspirations for AEW’s presence on Max align with the platform’s plans to expand its offerings to include live sports and news, as revealed by WBD CEO David Zaslav. The potential partnership between AEW and Max holds the promise of a unique and exciting synergy, bringing wrestling fans a new dimension of entertainment.

Tony Khan’s vision for AEW’s growth and his commitment to delivering exceptional content underscore the dynamic evolution of professional wrestling and its integration with diverse platforms to captivate audiences worldwide.

What are your thoughts on Tony Khan’s discussion of AEW’s achievements and plans? Do you think he flexes too much or is that just part of business?

Steve Carrier

Steve is the Founder of RingsideNews. He has been writing about professional wrestling since 1996. He first got into website development at the time and has been focusing on bringing his readers the best professional wrestling news at it's highest quality.

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