AEW might not be the biggest promotion in the world right now, but they are the second most successful wrestling promotion in the US. They also have a lot of fans around the world. These days, the wrestling promotion is struggling and their ratings are not as good as they were a year ago.
Many people believe that the recent bad ratings of AEW are due to Tony Khan’s bad handling of the company.
AEW Will Most Likely Attempt To Sell Out Webley Stadium
That being said, Tony Khan, AEW’s President, has shown time and again that he is very ambitious and does not give up.
AEW has again shown that they will try their best to go for very high numbers. According to some reports that have recently surfaced, AEW is looking to fill the Wembley Stadium when they visit the stadium for a show in London.
The Wembley Stadium has a capacity of 90,000. The market in the UK is not as big as that in the US. AEW is planning to hold the PPV ‘All In’ which is one of the promotion's largest PPV events. That being said, even the WWE would have a hard time selling 90,000 tickets.
A post by Ticketmaster suggested that AEW was or still is looking to fill Wembley Stadium. The post was completely removed and was a seating chart for All In. The price was also listed on the chart. Even though the post was deleted, the post’s proof remained on the internet.
The ticket prices ranged from 30 to 1500 Brtish Pounds. It was originally thought that AEW will be tarping off sections to make the stadium smaller. It appears that this was never part of the original plan. The tickets for All In will be available next Friday.
We do not know officially what AEW’s plans are. All In will take place on the 27th of August and it will be the biggest show that AEW has ever organized. They managed to sell more than 20,000 tickets for the first Grand Slam event at Arthur Ashe Stadium.
That even took place in September 2021. According to some reports, nearly 50,000 fans have registered for AEW´s All In pre-sale. We do not know how many of these registrations will convert.