Update On Likelihood Of AEW All In At Wembley Stadium Selling Out

Update On Likelihood Of AEW All In At Wembley Stadium Selling Out AEW

AEW Director of Business Development Jeff Jarrett has provided an update on ticket sales for AEW All In at Wembley Stadium.

When AEW first announced that the promotion would make its UK debut with a huge event at Wembley Stadium, many fans were skeptical about the company’s ability to shift tickets for a stadium show.

AEW has now silenced these critics, with the show set to obliterate the company’s current attendance record.

With over 75,000 tickets distributed for the event, AEW is slowly closing in on the 87,825 capacity of the stadium’s current setup.

Speaking on his ‘My World‘ podcast, Jarrett, who plays a big role in organising company live events, indicated that All In is ‘definitely’ on track to sell out:

“It looks like we’re still aligning things, but looks like I’m headed across the pond to do some media, some PR.

“The buzz in the air, we’re getting into kinda the go-home stretch. What are we, just a little over a month out?

“And, you know, it is… it’s definitely tracking to sell out.”

As of writing, no matches have been officially announced for the August 27 pay-per-view.

Kris Statlander has now been called out for the event, potentially revealing a TBS Championship match for All In.

Transcription via Wrestling Inc

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