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Tony Khan Provides Update On AEW All In Ticket Sales

The ticket sales for AEW All In London at Wembley Stadium continue to climb.

On August 27, All Elite Wrestling will make its debut in the United Kingdom with AEW All In at Wembley Stadium. In the early stages of ticket sales, the show already broke AEW’s record for highest gate.

At the AEW Double or Nothing media scrum, AEW CEO Tony Khan provided an update on the ticket sales for AEW All In at Wembley Stadium and stated that they were at roughly 65,000 tickets, which equates to a nearly $9 million gate.

“I haven’t released a new figure, but this will be the first time I’ve said it, I think we’re [at] roughly 65,00. It’s very exciting, and we’re well over the $8 million mark. I think the exchange rate, sometimes that changes with pounds. When I say that, I say $8 million dollars, going on a $9 million gate that we’re closing in on. It’s very, very exciting fir the company. It’s a huge, huge milestone. It’s by far the biggest gate in the history of AEW, and it’s one of the biggest gates in the history of professional wrestling. It’s I believe the largest gate ever in England for pro wrestling, and soon we will close in and have the biggest gate ever in the UK period, for professional wrestling, if the record was set in Wales.”

It was then confirmed that AEW broke the record for the biggest gate in the UK. WWE Clash at the Castle previously set the record with an $8 million gate.

Khan subsequently noted that over 50,000 tickets had been his initial goal for AEW All In at Wembley Stadium, and he was pleased that they were able to pass that mark so quickly.

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