Tony Khan Shares Update On Soaring AEW All In Ticket Sales, Revenue

AEW President Tony Khan

All Elite Wrestling are headed overseas for the first-ever AEW All In, and though tickets aren’t yet officially on sale to the general public, pre-sales have already smashed the company’s previous attendance record.

Khan first announced the blockbuster event on the April 5th episode of Dynamite, revealing that not only would the company be making its UK debut on August 27th, but the show would be held inside the iconic 90,000 seat Wembley Stadium.

Fans with a pre-sale code were able to purchase tickets on May 2nd and 3rd, and sales are already through the roof. At the end of May 2nd, it was reported that the company had sold over 36,000 tickets, ensuring it would break the company’s previous attendance record of 20,177 attendants at AEW Dynamite Grand Slam back in September.

Now, Tony Khan has provided an update after more sales on May 3rd, revealing that the sale count is now up to 43,000. Tickets go on sale to the general public on Friday, May 5th.

‘Thanks to our great fans, only 32 hours into the pre-sale for #AEWAllIn London, we’ve already sold over 43,000 tickets for over £4.5M ($5.7M), before general on-sale has even begun, with more great seats going onsale soon! Let’s celebrate on Wednesday Night #AEWDynamite TONIGHT!”

Tony Khan Blasted Erroneous AEW All In Report

In response to Meltzer’s report of 35,000 tickets sold, ESPN’s Mike Coppinger took to social media to report rumors that Wembley Stadium would only be set up to hold 40,000 fans at All In. Tony Khan was quick to respond, calling Coppinger’s report a “load of crap” before insinuating that the information came from rival WWE President Nick Khan.

“LIES. What a load of crap. Tell your agent Nick Khan to shove it up his a**”

In another response shortly thereafter, Khan continued, questioning Coppinger’s credentials and chastising him as a poor representation of ESPN.

“Since you carry the credentials of a credible reporter + represent the Worldwide Leader, I’m just curious: who was your source for this, and how can a reporter representing ESPN tweet something about a legit news story that’s so blatantly wrong and easily verified as a falsehood?”