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AEW All In 2023 Sets A Huge Record

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Below are a couple of top AEW & WWE news stories of the day:

– AEW has sold 66,500 tickets so far for the All In 2023 pay-per-view at Wembley Stadium on August 27th, with a gate (revenue from tickets) of $8.35 million.

According to the Wrestling Observer, this is the highest paid attendance for a wrestling show since WWE WrestleMania 32:

“It is now the largest paid attendance for a pro-wrestling show since WrestleMania in 2016, which is the all-time record and would be difficult for this show to break, but not impossible.”

– A lot of matches that WWE originally announced for tonight’s SmackDown did not end up taking place.

This happened because Vince McMahon made a lot of changes to the script.

The following advertised matches did not take place:

LA Knight vs. Butch vs. Santos Escobar

Bayley vs. Shotzi with Bayley’s Women’s Money In The Bank ladder match spot on the line

Baron Corbin vs. Cameron Grimes

According to Fightful Select, WWE stars aren’t happy about the changes Vince McMahon has been making to the shows at the last minute:

“One talent even asked — ‘Did SmackDown get Vinced?’ Many of the matches that had been promoted ahead of the episode of SmackDown were adjusted and cut, and there were significant changes to the version of the show that existed Friday morning.”

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