Tony Khan Provides Update On AEW All In Ticket Sales

Latest on AEW All In ticket sales

All Elite Wrestling will hold their biggest show in promotion history later this year when AEW All In emanates from London, England's Wembley Stadium on Sunday, August 27. 

There has been plenty of interest in the event from UK fans and Tony Khan confirmed during the post-Double or Nothing media scrum that AEW has sold around 65,000 tickets for the event. All In is closing in on a $9 million gate, which makes it the biggest-ever gate for a pro wrestling event in the UK, beating 2022's WWE Clash at the Castle which drew $8 million. 

Khan said: "I haven't released a new figure yet, but we're roughly at 65,000 (tickets). We're well over the $8 million mark, with the exchange rate it changes with pounds, so when I say that, I mean $8 million, going on $9 million that we're closing in on."

No matches have been announced yet for AEW All In and Khan revealed ahead of Double or Nothing that he was still working on how the show would be broadcast. All Elite Wrestling have a TV deal with ITV, one of the biggest TV companies in the UK, so it could be an option to air the show live on ITV1 or ITV4. There has also been speculation that All In will air as a Max streaming special in the United States.

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