AEW’s All In pay-per-view event in London, England, at Wembley Stadium marked a significant milestone for the company. They didn’t waste any time announcing All In 2’s date for Wembley Stadium in 2024, and tickets are already moving for the event.

We previously reported that the setup for Wembley Stadium will be bit different for All In London 2. They are also having to set up for the event must faster, which will help Wembley Stadium host more Taylor Swift concerts. The early tickets sales for All In 2 are already looking strong, despite no matches announced for the card.

AEW All In London 2 will go down on Sunday, August, 25th, 2024. Despite the fact that the event is several months away, AEW fans are already very excited about the upcoming event.

Pre-registered access and priority presales for All In 2 began on Monday, November 27th, with the general on-sale set for Friday, December 1st, at 9 a.m. That presale has already generated a lot of interest at this point.


WrestleTix reported that 27,349 tickets were sold during the pre-sale, with 13,054 remaining, bringing the total to 40,403 in the first two days of pre-sale activity. For context, the previous All In event’s pre-sale activity unfolded as follows: 36,000 tickets sold, which resulted in a $4.7 million gate.

On the first day of pre-sale for All In London 2, 36,000 tickets were sold, which brought in a $4.7 million gate. The second day of presale saw 43,000 tickets sold, resulting in a $5.7 million gate. The third say of pre-sale ticket sales for All In London 2 saw 50,000 tickets sold, with a $6.5 million gate.

The inaugural All In London show drew in over 70,000 attendees and achieved 200,000 PPV buys, making it the most-purchased AEW PPV event of 2023 and the largest since last year’s Double or Nothing. We will have to see if AEW will be able to replicate the same magic they brought for All In this year. Tony Khan revealing that AEW won’t be back to the UK in 2024 after All In London 2 could really help bring in some added interest as well.

For more on this story, and many more, please keep checking back with us here at Ringside News. We have no idea what Tony Khan will book for All In London 2, but Will Ospreay has already made it clear that he is looking for a big match. Tony Khan also revealed that Bryan Danielson will be competing on the show, but no match has been announced yet.

What’s your take on AEW All In London 2? Are you going to buy tickets for the event? Let us know what you think in the comments section!

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