AEW held a historic show in Wembley Stadium. That impressive number of over 81,000 in attendance was apparently legit as well.

A recent report confirms that the announced attendance figure for AEW All In was indeed the true paid attendance. Some fans wondered if that number was legit at the time, as pro wrestling has a history of inflating attendance numbers.

PW Insider stated that the number, which was officially declared as 81,035 during the pay-per-view, represents the genuinely paid attendees, and it is deemed to be “100% legitimate.”

The report highlights that AEW intentionally refrained from factoring in complimentary tickets, visitors, or any other individuals beyond those who purchased tickets. This decision was made to ensure that the announced attendance figure accurately reflected the actual number, without any form of inflation or manipulation.


It’s worth noting that attendance figures in the world of wrestling often carry a reputation for being overstated or employing various techniques, such as the example of WrestleMania 32, which initially claimed an attendance of 101,763 but later acknowledged the inclusion of ushers and ticket-takers in that count.

We will have to see how AEW does for All In London 2 on August 25th, 2024, but they are certainly giving fans enough time to make travel arrangements.

What’s your take on AEW pulling in so many fans for Wembley Stadium? Sound off in the comments to let us know what you think!

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