Tony Khan has provided the latest update on ticket sales for AEW All In.
The debut show in the United Kingdom will be held at the Wembley Stadium in London, and is already set to be the largest crowd to ever attend an AEW event.
The pre-sale for the event saw approximately 50,000 tickets sold, which were all of the tickets allocated. Following the event going on general sale, the reported total was over 60,000.
Tony Khan Reveals Staggering Revenue From AEW All In Ticket Sales
Speaking at the Double or Nothing post-show Press Conference, Tony Khan revealed the latest total ticket sales, along with how much money the event equates to:
“I haven’t released a new figure yet, but we’re roughly at 65,000 (tickets). We’re well over the $8 million mark, with the exchange rate it changes with pounds, so when I say that, I mean $8 million, going on $9 million that we’re closing in on,”
Khan’s statement that over 65,000 tickets have been sold confirms that the Wembley show will have a higher attendance than WWE’s Clash at the Castle Premium Live Event back in September 2022. The Cardiff hosted show had a total audience of 62,296.
The upcoming event will also be a record breaker in terms of financial revenue. With the event set to make more than $9 million if ticket sales continue, this will surpass the previous record for highest gate at a non-WWE wrestling show. The current record goes back to 1998, where Antonio Inoki’s retirement show at the Tokyo Dome in 1998 had a $7 million gate.
At the time of publication, All Elite Wrestling are still yet to announce any matches that will be taking place at the All In show. The event will take place on Sunday, August 27th. Tickets for All In can be purchased here.
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