Update On Sign-Ups For AEW All In At Wembley Stadium

AEW All In

Tony Khan caused a huge stir on the 5th April episode of AEW Dynamite when he announced that the company would be holding AEW All In at London’s 90,000 seat Wembley Stadium on August 27th.

It is a move that is seen by many as a bold gamble, with most believing AEW’s debut in the United Kingdom would likely come at Craven Cottage, home of Premier League side Fulham Football Club, which is owned by the Khan’s.

With the capacity at the West London ground something closer to 30,000 after a recent stadium upgrade, it appeared reasonable that AEW could sell the event out. But Khan had grander ideas and has instead chosen to host the first professional wrestling event to be held at Wembley Stadium since WWE SummerSlam 1992 drew 80,355 fans in August 1992.

That gamble could be about to pay off, with early indicators showing huge interest in the pre-sale for All In.

AEW All In sees huge numbers sign up for early ticket access

In the latest edition of Wrestling Observer Newsletter, Dave Meltzer revealed that huge numbers had already signed up for early access to tickets to the huge event in London:

“Tickets go on sale to the public on 5/5, but they are doing a pre-register for early access with a code, and there will be a pre-sale on 5/2. That will largely give a strong clue as to how successful the show will end up being. There were reports of 25,000 sign-ups the first day.”

In a press release promoting the event, Tony Khan said that it would be one of the “greatest events in AEW history.”

“The UK is one of the most important markets in professional wrestling, and AEW is coming in hot as the number one wrestling company in the UK on television. We want our debut in London to be epic in scale, and there’s no better venue than Wembley Stadium to deliver what I know will be one of the greatest events in AEW’s history. This April also marks 100 years of Warner Bros. and 100 years of Wembley Stadium – it’s a fitting time to come together for ‘AEW: All In London at Wembley Stadium.”

H/T: Wrestlingnews.co for the above transcript