Tony Khan has provided new numbers pertaining to AEW All In’s ticket sales, stating that 70,000 tickets have been sold.
In April, Tony Khan stood alongside Adam Cole and Nigel McGuinness to announce All Elite Wrestling’s debut in the UK, set to take place at Wembley Stadium. Of course, excitement among the company’s British fanbase is high, with many wondering what the eventual attendance will be for the event come August 27.
To elaborate on All In’s current ticket sales, Khan was a recent guest of The Green Zone where he revealed that, to this point, the company have sold around 70,000 tickets, resulting in revenue of $9 million US dollars.
“It’s about 70,000 tickets sold for about $9 million US in ticket sales for that one show in London at Wembley Stadium. It’s going to be a massive event. We are opening more seats up for that.”-Tony Khan
At full capacity, Wembley Stadium can hold 90,000 people, though, this number is likely to change for All In as the company factors in stage design. Still though, 70,000 is a highly successful number of tickets to be sold with there still being a month and a half until the show is set to air and no current matches announced.
As always, we’ll aim to provide any further updates on AEW: All In and its ticket sales as we hear more.
H/T to Fightful for the transcription