Information on where fans will be able to watch AEW All In has now reportedly been revealed.
On August 27th, All Elite Wrestling are set to make their UK debut at the historic Wembley Stadium as they present AEW All In. With AEW All Out scheduled to take place in Chicago just one week later, many fans have been asking how the company would navigate making the shows available, and it now appears as though we may be close to officially finding out more.
During the latest episode of the Mat Men Podcast, Andrew Zarian revealed that he’s received confirmation that AEW All In will be available as a pay-per-view on Bleacher Report, adding that a possible bundle deal with All Out has also been discussed.
“Another thing I confirmed with somebody today, double confirmed that AEW — so All In is a big question, right? What do you do with All In? Is it gonna be free? Are you going to give it for free? Are you going to charge a pay-per-view fee? And then you’re going to charge another one the following week? You’re gonna do 100 bucks? Well, it is a pay-per-view on B/R. Right now, I believe, I’m not 100% on this — I believe they’re working on some sort of bundle to get both, which makes a lot of sense. I don’t know. I know that it was a discussion. I don’t know if it’s gonna happen. I don’t know if B/R has that ability. B/R is very limited, and they need to get off of it. And a lot of this has to do with the next step in their TV.”-Andrew Zarian
As of writing, no matches have been made official for either show, however, AEW President Tony Khan recently noted that following Forbidden Door, the company will begin to focus on putting together cards for both events.
As always, we’ll aim to provide any further updates on where fans will be able to watch AEW All In as soon as we hear more.
H/T to WrestleZone for the transcription.