AEW’s historic All In pay-per-view event, held on August 27th at Wembley Stadium in London, set a new attendance record.

Initially announced to have 81,035 paid attendees, new information from WrestleTix, later confirmed by the Wrestling Observer Newsletter, revealed that the total number of attendees was 83,131. This figure did not include those seated in suites.

Taking the suites into account, it is speculated that a total of 85,371 people, including complimentary tickets and staff, attended the event, making it the largest verifiable crowd in wrestling history.

It’s worth noting that WWE has announced larger attendance figures for previous events, but these numbers are often inflated.


The report mentioned that 12,000-14,000 seats were blocked off for staging and obstructed views, indicating the immense scale of the event at Wembley Stadium.

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