Stars React As AEW Makes Nearly 5 Million Dollars In Tickets Sales In One Day

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AEW has reached a monumental milestone by selling 36,000 tickets in a single day for their upcoming All In event at Wembley Stadium in London. The tickets were sold during the presale period, which has shown the incredible demand for Tony Khan’s product in the UK and across Europe.

The Young Bucks, who are a prominent tag team in AEW, expressed their excitement about the milestone by changing their Twitter bio to “We did it again, huh?” AEW President Tony Khan also celebrated the success, calling it “one of the best days” in the young promotion’s history.

All In will be held on August 27, 2023, with a maximum capacity of 90,000 seats at Wembley Stadium. The venue’s enormous capacity is something that AEW has never utilized before, leading to many questions about whether they could fill it up. However, the success of the presale tickets has shown that AEW is capable of selling out such a massive stadium.

The presale tickets generated a massive $4.7 million in revenue, marking a major achievement for the company. While the presale has already sold out, fans will still have a chance to purchase tickets during future presales before tickets go on sale to the general public this Friday.

The success of the presale has proven that AEW’s popularity is on the rise, and the company’s unique approach to professional wrestling has resonated with fans worldwide. With several months to go before All In takes place, AEW will undoubtedly continue to generate buzz and excitement leading up to the event.

The milestone achievement is a testament to the hard work and dedication of everyone involved in AEW, from the wrestlers to the production team. As AEW continues to grow and expand its reach, it will be interesting to see what other milestones the company can achieve in the future.


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