The last update regarding the attendance for AEW All In 2023 at Wembley Stadium was that over 75,000 tickets have been sold.
During a recent episode of his podcast, current AEW Superstar Jeff Jarrett (who is also AEW’s Director of Business Development) said that it’s looking like Wembley Stadium will be sold out for All In.
Below is what the WWE Hall of Famer said:
“It looks like we’re still aligning things, but looks like I’m headed across the pond to do some media, some PR. The buzz in the air, we’re getting into kinda the go-home stretch.
What are we, just a little over a month out? And, you know, it is… it’s definitely tracking to sell out.”
The record for the highest attendance for a Boxing event at Wembley Stadium is held by Tyson Fury vs. Dillian Whyte on April 23rd 2022: 94,000.
The record for the highest attendance for a Concert at Wembley Stadium is held by Ed Sheeran in July 2022: 100,000.
AEW President Tony Khan said the following about the success of All In 2023 at the Collision Festival:
“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.”
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