AEW All In 2023 at Wembley Stadium in London, England, was a big success for the company. With over 80,000 attendees, although that number is contested, it indicates a potential audience for more AEW shows overseas.

AEW plans to return to Wembley Stadium in 2024, and many fans have questions about Tony Khan’s interest in exploring other regions for PPV events. He isn’t closing the door for that.

While Tony Khan’s focus is currently on All In 2024, he hasn’t dismissed the idea of expanding into more international markets in the future. During the media scrum after Worlds End, the AEW President has hinted at the possibility of venturing into additional European destinations.

“We’re very focused on London for All In, and I think it’s very important to have the attendance from all over Europe. We had many fans from France and Germany, and I talked to a lot of them on that weekend around Wembley. There were people from all over the world, including the great European fans who came to Wembley Stadium.”


Tony Khan revealed that All In 2024 has already accumulated $5 million in ticket sales, even with the event eight months away. If the London return proves successful, he certainly seemed open to more international shows and tours.

“It certainly is a very exciting opportunity for AEW to visit France and Germany and do shows and tour. I think it’s important for us to also represent to everybody what it meant to us to have fans from all over the world attending Wembley Stadium and what the multi-million dollar gates represent.”

We will have to see what happens in 2024 and beyond for AEW. Only time will tell how All In London 2 does, but they seem to be very happy about the possibilities.

For more updates on AEW and so much more, please keep checking back with us here at Ringside News. You never know what kind of crowds they will be able to bring in this year, but it will certainly be a notable year if Tony Khan has anything to say about it.

What’s your take on AEW’s plan for 2024? Will attendance numbers improve? Let us know what you think in the comments section!

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