AEW Makes Big Ticket Announcement For All In London At Wembley Stadium

AEW Makes Big Ticket Announcement For All In London At Wembley Stadium AEW

With All In set to shatter attendance records at London’s Wembley Stadium on August 27, things may be set to get even bigger very soon.

As announced by AEW on Twitter, even more tickets are set to be allocated for the historic event, with brand new lower bowl and floor seats being made available due to production releases.

The latest update stated that AEW had sold over 65,000 tickets for the event, and that the overall capacity was said to be 74,000.

However, given these latest new seats being made available, expect that number to change the closer we get to the end of August.

Regardless of the ultimate figure, AEW is going to see its previous attendance record of 20,177 fans from AEW Dynamite Grand Slam in September 2021 beaten by over three times that amount at least.

Despite no matches being set for the event as of yet, we do know for sure that AEW World Champion MJF will reluctantly be in attendance, as was confirmed by the champion himself last month.

The first main event for AEW Collision was announced by Tony Khan on Dynamite, to find out who will be involved on June 17 click this link.

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4 months ago by Jamie Toolan


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