AEW has announced that they will once again be working with Joe Hand Promotions to bring AEW All In: London and AEW All Out to select establishments across the United States, though in an interesting break from tradition, All In will not be available in theaters. The two have worked on several previous occasions to host past AEW pay-per-views like Revolution, Double or Nothing, Forbidden Door and Full Gear outside of the home.
In a press release sent to Haus of Wrestling, AEW revealed that fans will be able to watch both events at select out-of-home establishments. All In: London will be available to watch on Sunday, August 27th from 1pm EST while All Out will be broadcast a week later on Sunday, September 3rd from 7pm EST.
The president of Joe Hand Promotions gave a statement in the press release, expressing his excitement to be continuing the company’s partnership with AEW: “By partnering with AEW to bring these monumental events to out-of-home viewing experiences, we’re ensuring that wrestling aficionados remain engaged year-round, uniting them in a shared passion for the sport and creating memories that will last a lifetime,” said Joe Hand Jr.
Interestingly, a message on Joe Hand Promotions’ website notes that All In: London will not be available to view in cinemas. While it was speculated that this could be due to August 27th being National Cinema Day, when tickets to all films across the country will be just $4, Haus of Wrestling has confirmed with AEW’s PR team that this is not the case. The time difference between the UK and US was noted to us as the reason that the event won’t be shown on the big screen.
There are currently nine matches announced for AEW All In: London with eight featuring on the main show and one on the Buy-In. Most notably, MJF defends the AEW World Championship against Adam Cole; Saraya, Britt Baker and Toni Storm all challenge Hikaru Shida for the AEW Women’s World Championship; and FTR are set to defend the AEW World Tag Team Championship against The Young Bucks – despite Cash Wheeler’s arrest last week.