AEW All In London was a huge event in Wembley Stadium, and Tony Khan’s company confirmed their appointment to run the same venue next year on August 25th 2024 for All In London 2. The big question remains of how many fans bought All In London, and things are looking good.

A Sunday afternoon pay-per-view is a new idea for AEW, but it might have paid off. The latest numbers, while they aren’t released yet, are quite promising for All Elite Wrestling.

Dave Meltzer noted on Wrestling Observer Radio that AEW’s All In London pay-per-view number is the biggest of the year for the company so far. That being said, it’s not the biggest of all time, but it will be eventually with all the late buys.

“I’m waiting for tomorrow to get more up-to-date numbers, but they’re really good especially when you consider there’s a lot of factors. But I mean it will easily be the biggest of the year, which I don’t think will surprise anyone. I don’t think it will be the biggest of all time. It’s not impossible because there could be a lot of late buys… It’s going to end up the biggest that they’ve ever done.”


We will have to see what the real numbers are when they come out. The pay-per-view had 90,000 advanced buys, days prior to the event going live at Wembley Stadium.

Keep checking back with us here at Ringside News for more on this, and so much more in the pro wrestling world. The AEW All In London was a historic event, and they had a ton of fans tuning in. The big question is how many pay-per-view buys the company will pull for All Out this Sunday.

Are fans still buying All Out this Sunday, if they bought All In London? Sound off in the comments to let us know what you’re thinking!

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