All In at Wembley Stadium now at 60,000 tickets sold

All In is going to be a smashing success for All Elite Wrestling as the company crossed 60,000 tickets sold after the first day of general sale.

The majority of those tickets were scooped up during the couple of days of pre-sale and now Ticketmaster lets you pick and choose your seats, albeit for an inflated price compared to the prices of a few days ago.

AEW President Tony Khan said that the gate now stands at £6.1 million or the equivalent of $7.7 million, calling it one of the great success stories in wrestling history.

Just for comparison, WWE’s Clash at the Castle in Cardiff last year sold 54,000 tickets and had an $8 million gate.

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