WOR Video: AEW’s All In London event is shattering records
AEW’s All In show at Wembley Stadium in August is trending to become a historical show.
As of May 4, ticket numbers stand at 43,000, breaking AEW’s gate and attendance records before the official on-sale date on Friday.
“They’re closing in on a six-million dollar gate right now,” Dave Meltzer said on Wrestling Observer Radio Thursday. “Their record is just over a million, so they’re about six times their record.”
Calling the show a success, Meltzer said that as of right now, the show was the third biggest wrestling event ever in the UK, and the second highest-grossing, with last year’s WWE Clash at the Castle in Wales currently being the biggest.
“They took a gamble, and the gamble paid out.” Meltzer said.
“There’s nothing like this historically. It’s a really amazing number historically,” Meltzer added, noting that AEW has not announced a card or even a list of wrestlers that will be appearing on the show.
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Meltzer also said that Friday’s on-sale date could make All In one of the biggest shows in pro wrestling history.
“It will be among the biggest first days…it will be actually, aside from a couple of WrestleManias, it will be the biggest first day sale in the history of pro wrestling than the 1992 Wembley and like I said, a few WrestleManias,” Meltzer said, noting it has paced ahead of Clash at the Castle.