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AEW All In 2023 To Break WrestleMania 3 Record?

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The AEW All In 2023 pay-per-view will take place at the Wembley Stadium in London on August 27th.

WrestleTix provided the following latest update regarding the ticket sales for All In 2023:

“Available Tickets => 12,937

Current Setup => 87,825

Tickets Distributed => 74,888

The upper decks have opened up in full. More holds in the 100 levels have also been released.

Resale => 1,101

VIP => 268”

AEW President Tony Khan said the following about the success of All In 2023 at the Collision Festival recently:

“It’s actually one of the biggest grossing wrestling events of all time.

There’s only a couple WrestleMania shows that have ever been on this level.

We’re a company that’s only a couple of years old fighting a company that’s been around for dozens.”

The Wrestling Observer claimed the following to be the real paid attendance of the 2 most attended WrestleManias of all time:

WrestleMania 32 in 2016: 80,709 paid (announced attendance by WWE: 101,763)

WrestleMania 3 in 1987: 78,000 paid (announced attendance by WWF: 93,173)

The Arlington Police Department confirmed 80,709 as the paid attendance for WrestleMania 32. Vince McMahon later admitted that 101K wasn’t the paid attendance number, as it included “ushers and ticket takers and all of that”.

The Observer claims that AEW can break the WrestleMania 3 paid attendance number if they book a strong match-card:

“This would make it the 7th largest verified attendance in pro wrestling history. If they can move 6,000 more tickets they will break the all-time attendance record for a paid show which is 80,709 for the 2016 WrestleMania.”

The paid record of [WrestleMania 32] is not impossible to break but it looks difficult. They look to almost surely be able to top the 78,000 at WrestleMania III.”

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