AEW held the All In event on August 27th at Wembley Stadium in London, England. MJF successfully retained his AEW World Championship by defeating Adam Cole in the main event.
The company claimed that the paid attendance for the event was 81,035. Tony Khan along with other AEW wrestlers consistently took shots at their rival promotion by reminding that number. They claimed it was the largest paid attendance in pro wrestling history.
Wrestlenomics reported that the Freedom of Information office for the Brent Civic Centre responded to a public records request about the attendance for AEW All In. They stated that 72,265 fans have entered Wembley Stadium through the turnstile.
“The actual numbers registered entering the Stadium through the turnstiles was 72,265 – this is reflective of what attended on the night and not the total number of tickets sold or no-shows etc.”
According to WrestleTix, they estimate 83,131 tickets were distributed for All In. Sources told Wrestlenomics that typically an AEW event has a turnstile count is about 80% to 90% of the paid attendance or tickets distributed. In this case, 72,265 is 89% of 83,131.
WrestleMania 32 took place at the AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas in 2016. WWE announced that attendance for WrestleMania 32 was 101,763. Vince McMahon later admitted it included “ushers and ticket takers and all of that.” According to the Arlington Police, 80,709 fans have entered the AT&T Stadium through the turnstile.
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