AEW is set to have historic night in Wembley Stadium. They have broken all expectations for the event, and records in the process. Now, the show is about to go down on August 27th, and fans are excited.
Wembley Stadium will be packed with fans, but there will be a lot of people watching at home. The show will be available on B/R Live, but it will also be on traditional pay-per-view.
According to a recent report from Andrew Zarian, AEW All In London has now broken another milestone in sales. The event reportedly has over 90,000 buys on pay-per-view already. That is a pretty big number considering how pay-per-view is such a low number in today’s market.
AEW All In currently has over 90,000 advanced PPV buys for US Domestic Orders.
This is a very strong number.
This number does not include streaming purchases on B/R Live. It seems that a lot of people might not want the hassle of that streaming platform for All In. Perhaps, this show also has a lot of hype with a demographic of pro wrestling fans who don’t usually buy AEW pay-per-views.
We will have to see how AEW All In London turns out. It’s been fun covering it so far, and a big event in Wembley Stadium is coming up very soon. We will have live coverage, and so much more, right here at Ringside News.
What’s your take on AEW All In London selling so many tickets and pay-per-view buys? Sound off in the comments to let us know what you think!