That’s a lot. AEW has not even been around for five years yet but they have already reached quite a few milestones. The company has come a very long way and has quite the fanbase around the world. That is the kind of thing that the company can build around and now they have reached another milestone, the likes of which has never been reached before, even by WWE.

IN CASE YOU MISSED IT: LOOK: Former NXT Superfan And Personality Izzy Making In-Ring Debut

On April 27, AEW will present All In from Wembley Stadium. According to WrestleTix, the show has now distributed 79,346 tickets. This breaks the record for the largest crowd ever for a wrestling event in the history in Europe, breaking the record held by Summerslam 1992, at 79,127. There are currently about 4,700 tickets left, with a capacity of 84,048, though more tickets could be made available before the show.

The card is getting stacked too. Check out what will be on the show:

Opinion: You can take away all the numbers, the records, the hype and everything else. What matters here is that AEW has sold A LOT of tickets to a show. That is something that they could, should and will brag about because it is an amazing accomplishment. AEW is still a relatively young company and they have managed to make something like this happen, with is incredibly impressive.

What does this mean for AEW? What are you wanting to see on the show? Let us know in the comments below.

Please share this story on Facebook! And follow the Wrestling Rumors’ Twitter account for up to the minute news and more! Help us spread the word!

You can find more from Thomas Hall at, or check out his- Amazon author page with 30 wrestling books.

Get the LATEST RUMORS! Click to sign up for the exclusive Wrestling Rumors daily newsletter.


  • LOOK: Another WWE Superstar Teases Major Change In Appearance

  • WATCH: Former WWE Champion Leaves Summerslam Still In Gear, Refuses To Answer Questions

  • Hometown Special: Bonus Segment Took Place Off Camera At Monday Night Raw For Live Crowd

  • Rounding The Final Turn: Huge Change For WWE Likely Coming Next Month

  • Not So Soon: Update On Brock Lesnar’s WWE Status, Original Report Not Quite Accurate

  • This Could Be Bad: Roman Reigns Reportedly Injured At Summerslam

  • Him Too? WWE Reportedly Brings In Former World Champion For Special Role

  • REVIEW: Clash Of Champions 2016: It Doesn’t Make A Great Show

  • WATCH: Surprise Turn At The End Of Monday Night Raw May Signal New Title Challenger

  • That Looks Bad: Current WWE Champion Possibly Injured, Pulled From Monday Night Raw Main Event