Real Reason All In 2024 Will Be The Only AEW Event In England Next Year

Why AEW won't hold TV tapings in England around All In 2024 revealed

All Elite Wrestling are set to return to the United Kingdom, specifically England, in 2024 as the promotion will hold their second edition of All In at London's Wembley Stadium on August 25. AEW are looking to make the Wembley Stadium show a tradition for the August Bank Holiday weekend.

Tony Khan recently noted that All In will be the only AEW show in England in 2024 and the AEW President has since revealed why that will be the case.

After being asked by The Athletic about possible AEW TV tapings in England, Khan stated: "It's something I've considered, but I'm going to make sure that AEW All In is the only show AEW is going to do in England this year. And that is a very specific statement. Someday, maybe we could add more shows in England, make it a regular event and do more touring there. I am not limiting us to other places outside of England, but I do think that's a good guarantee for 2024. And if we make stops in other places around Europe or nearby, that could be beneficial and would make sense.

"Making All In the sole focus of our English operation is really important, and looking at other places around Europe, or even around the UK; the possibilities are interesting. Eventually, I'd like to expand our English touring and do more events - but once we've established All In as the premier wrestling tradition."

Along with England, the United Kingdom is comprised of Scotland, Wales, and Northern Ireland. Europe has become a popular destination for major pro wrestling events again in recent years and WWE will hold pay-per-views in Germany and France in 2024. 

AEW All In 2024 tickets went on general sale on Friday, December 1. Over 33,000 tickets have already been sold for the event, although there has been some frustration with the ticketing system used for the show

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