AEW All Out may be getting a bit overshadowed by All In, but there is a positive update on the established Labor Day weekend event.
All In at Wembley Stadium is set to break pro wrestling records when AEW heads to London at the end of August, but the company has a quick follow-up in Chicago with All Out the next week. According to WrestleTix, AEW has opened up more seating for All In at The United Center following a successful initial start to ticket sales. 7,621 tickets were sold to the event which is currently set up to seat 10,564. The venue may as well become the unofficial summer residence for the company as All Out will be the third time The United Center has played host to AEW with the first two being the premiere of AEW Collision and the second will be the Collision before All Out.
AEW All Out
Sun • Sep 03 • 6:00 PM
United Center, Chicago, IL
Available Tickets => 2,943
Current Setup => 10,564
Tickets Distributed => 7,621
A bunch of new sections just added to the map including the hard cam side. pic.twitter.com/xzfmQ9byqB
— WrestleTix (@WrestleTix) July 17, 2023
AEW All Out Could Be The Company’s Most Historic PPV
While AEW Double Or Nothing is the promotion’s first PPV, over the years All Out may have become the promotion’s most significant event, showcasing mostly the good, but some of the bad.
All Out 2021 not only had the in-ring return of CM Punk as he faced Darby Allin, but it also housed the debut of Bryan Danielson and Adam Cole. All Out 2022, however, took a wild turn that will go down in wrestling history as Punk had his infamous post-show press conference that led to a locker room fight between he and The Elite. A major moment that got overshadowed by all that was the return of MJF.
H/t to Wrestling Inc.