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.”
In another update from The Observer, Tony Khan might be thinking of bringing in former WWE Tag Team Champion Davey Boy Smith Jr. for this show, since his father The British Bulldog defeated Bret Hart in the main event of WWF SummerSlam 1992 at Wembley Stadium:
“There’s been a lot of speculation regarding Davey Boy Smith Jr. and the Wembley Stadium show just for an appearance stemming back to the most famous match ever held in the stadium with his father beating his uncle, Bret Hart, for the Intercontinental Title.
As of this moment, he hasn’t been talked to about it. It’s basically if AEW thinks it’s something they want on the show.”
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