Tony Khan has a fever and the only cure is more AEW All In pre-sales. Pre-sales for the big event at Wembley Stadium show got off to a healthy start yesterday when Khan announced that the promotion had sold 36,000 on the first day. For anyone rooting against AEW and their ability to sell tens of thousands of tickets, it was a dark day.
Now, Khan has taken to Twitter again to give an update on how pre-sales are progressing.
“Thanks to our great fans, only 32 hours into the pre-sale for #AEWAllIn London, we’ve already sold over 43,000 tickets for over £4.5M ($5.7M), before general on-sale has even begun, with more great seats going onsale soon!,” Khan exclaimed. “Let’s celebrate on Wednesday Night #AEWDynamite TONIGHT!”
Wembley Stadium can hold up to 90,000 fans for an event so AEW has nearly hit that halfway mark if they intend to welcome that many patrons. Once general on-sale tickets become available, it will be interesting to see how high the young promotion can run up their early ticket sale numbers.
It is worth noting that all of these tickets have been sold without a single match announced for the card, yet. While it is likely given that the AEW World Championship will be defended in some fashion, rumors are running wild in regard to what matches could take place at the historic event.
Dax Harwood got tongues wagging not long ago when he teased the idea of CMFTR taking on The Elite, but as it stands that seems highly unlikely. Punk and The Elite have reportedly not been in communication at all since All Out and it appears they could be siloed off away from each other on different shows soon. A match involving Punk at All In, however, could be very likely if the former AEW World Champion is back in action, which is being heavily rumored.
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