The number of tickets sold as part of the pre-sale for the historic AEW All-In at Wembley Stadium has been revealed.
WWE fans in the United Kingdom are in for a summer of premium events that is unlike anything they’ve seen before. Aside from WWE Money In The Bank, AEW will host the first Wembley Stadium event in three decades at the end of August, in addition to WWE Money In The Bank.
This is an ambitious venue to fill, and many questioned whether CM Punk’s return would be enough to fill it. Even Jim Ross has said that attempting such a show is “a hell of a risk”.
The initial uptake for tickets, which went on sale earlier today to those with various pre-sale codes, seems to have calmed some of those fears.
Over 35,000 tickets have already been sold for AEW All In, according to Dave Meltzer of The Wrestling Observer on Twitter.
With tickets not going on sale for another 24 hours, AEW can be satisfied with the initial numbers since there has been only a poster and no matches announced.