AEW's Historic Wembley Showdown


AEW's Historic Wembley Showdown

All Elite Wrestling (AEW) continues its meteoric rise in the world of professional wrestling. As excitement for the much-anticipated "All In" event builds, AEW inches closer to creating a new record in live attendance for a wrestling event.

According to WrestleTix, a reputed tracker for wrestling ticket sales, the promotion has surpassed a staggering 80,000 ticket sales for the All In event slated to take place at the iconic Wembley Stadium in London, England.

As it stands, with ticket sales reaching 80,056 and still counting, AEW is ho* on the heels of WWE's record. WrestleMania 32 currently holds the title for the highest paid attendance at 80,709. With the current trajectory and the buzz surrounding the event, many industry insiders believe that it's only a matter of time before this record is shattered by AEW.

Main Attractions at AEW

The event promises an adrenaline-pumping lineup. The marquee match features MJF defending his AEW World Championship against the formidable Adam Cole. Fans are also eagerly awaiting the clash for the AEW Tag Team Championship between reigning champs FTR and the high-flying Young Bucks.

Women's wrestling will also take the spotlight, with Hikaru Shida set to face off against Saraya, Toni Storm, and a yet-to-be-determined opponent in a match for the AEW Women's Championship. Not to be overshadowed, legends and rising stars alike will grace the ring, with Sting and Darby Allin taking on the dynamic duo of Swerve Strickland & AR Fox.

A unique crossover appeal is also set with the ROH Tag Team Championship Match, where Aussie Open will defend their title. Intriguingly, this match also features the AEW World Champion, MJF, teaming up with Adam Cole in a partnership that's sure to have fans talking.

For fans still looking to be part of this historic night, there are limited tickets available. As of the last update, 3,992 tickets were still up for grabs, but they're expected to be snapped up quickly given the event's popularity.

In summary, AEW All In at Wembley promises to be not just a spectacular night of wrestling action, but also a historic one. As AEW looks to solidify its place in wrestling history, fans worldwide eagerly await what's sure to be a night to remember.