Good start. AEW has come a very long way in its still fairly short history. The company has presented shows throughout the United States as well as a few in Canada, but now they have plans to head overseas for a major event in the United Kingdom. The show will take place later this year and now things have already taken off at a great start in a rather important area.
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AEW began its pre-sale for All In, which will be held at Wembley Stadium on August 27, this week. According to PWInsider.com, 34,000-35,000 tickets have been sold so far in the pre-sale, with tickets being made open to the public this Friday. There is no word on the capacity for the stadium given AEW’s setup. No matches have been officially announced for the show so far.
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Opinion: I think you can call the show a success right there, as that is the kind of number AEW can brag about for a rather long time. I’m not sure how many people will be in the stadium for the event, but the answer would seem to be somewhere in the neighborhood of “a whole lot”. AEW still has a long time to sell even more tickets and there is a good chance that a lot of those will be gone by the end of the week. That’s not bad and it is going to get even better.
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