AEW All In At London Wembley Stadium Smashes Another Huge WWE PPV Record

AEW All In At London Wembley Stadium Smashes Another Huge WWE PPV Record AEW/WWE

AEW All In at London’s Wembley Stadium has smashed a long-standing WWE pay-per-view record with just over two weeks to go.

With AEW’s United Kingdom debut taking place on August 27, 2023, it marks the first time a wrestling event has taken place at the iconic venue since WWE SummerSlam in 1992.

During the August 9 episode of AEW Dynamite, more matches were announced for the show which will see Adam Cole and MJF on both the pre-show and in the main event.

Before AEW Dynamite aired, WrestleTix provided an update on ticket sales for the upcoming pay-per-view, tweeting:

“Available Tickets => 4,702

“Current Setup => 84,048

“Tickets Distributed => 79,346

“Resale => 1,601”

WrestleTix would also note that this smashes the ticket sales for WWE SummerSlam, reporting:

“They blew past the SummerSlam 92 European record of 79,127 with a big day today.”

Tony Khan has seen record attendance at Wembley Stadium previous with Denver Broncos vs. Jacksonville Jaguars on 30 October 2022 drawing an attendance of 86,215.

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1 month ago by Dave Adamson

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