Report: Update On AEW All In's Attendance
AEW All In’s official paid attendance reportedly updated
When All Elite Wrestling announced they were running Wembley Stadium for All In, many within the wrestling industry predicted that a crowd of around 40,000 would be a success, only for the show to break the all-time paid attendance record for a wrestling show with over 81,000 tickets sold.
During the All In post-show media scrum, AEW President Tony Khan estimated that there were 90,000 inside Wembley Stadium for the show - including media, comps, and staff - and a fresh report from Dave Meltzer in the Wrestling Observer Newsletter may have shed some more light on the actual amount of tickets distributed for the event.
Per WrestleTix, the final number for All In stands at 83,131, with Meltzer estimating that the final total including those in suites would potentially stand at 85,371. Regardless, it seems that all numbers stated, - including AEW’s announced paid attendance of 81,305 - have seemingly officially set the record for paid attendance, with previous numbers announced by WWE for major WrestleMania shows knowingly kayfabed and inflated, although this does not take away from the massive crowds they consistently pull in.
In terms of tickets left unsold for All In 2023, Meltzer suggests that around 786 tickets remained, with around 12,000 to 14,000 seats blocked off due to staging, cameras, etc.