Tony Khan Announces Massive Record Broken By AEW All In London Wembley Stadium

Tony Khan Announces Massive Record Broken By AEW All In London Wembley Stadium AEW

Before AEW All In’s Zero Hour pre-show has even kicked off officially, Tony Khan has already announced that the pay-per-view has made history.

Taking to Twitter before AEW All In, Khan wrote:

“Coming up SOON: #AEWAllIn London Live at @wembleystadium on ppv!

“Today’s AEW All In: London has officially set the worldwide record for the most paid fans ever at any pro wrestling event! Thank you everyone who made this possible!

“Don’t miss history, moments from NOW on ppv!”

Already on the hour ahead of the official Zero Hour, two unannounced segments took place.

You can click here to read more about a big face off between two foes set for a title match next week at AEW All Out.

Also, Jeff Jarrett has already taken a guitar to his dome in London’s Wembley Stadium before the pre-show has even started.

After cutting a promo in the ring about the importance of Americans in the history of professional wrestling, insulting the UK fans, he was confronted by some familiar faces.

Paul Wight, Anthony Agogo and Grado appeared to have a scuffle with Jeff Jarrett and company (Satnam Singh, Sonjay Dutt and Jay Lethal) with of course, Karen Jarrett on hand to shriek in an evening gown.

Of course, the babyfaces came out on top with Grado whacking Jarrett over the head with a guitar.

You can keep up with all the latest news from today’s major AEW pay-per-view, AEW All In by clicking this link.  

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