This story has been updated.
AEW sold more than 36,000 tickets for $4.7 million in revenue during the Tuesday presale for this August's All In event at London's Wembley Stadium.
The number guarantees AEW will have their largest-ever attendance and largest-ever gate before a single match is even announced.
Earlier Tuesday, our Dave Meltzer first reported that more than 35,000 tickets had been sold. Later in the day, AEW head Tony Khan gave an update which included the current gate number:
The show is set for Sunday, August 27th. The broadcast availability and start time has yet to be revealed, but it appears unlikely to be a pay-per-view with All Out happening the following weekend.
In a reply to a tweet from this website, ESPN boxing writer Mike Coppinger tweeted the following which Khan took umbrage with:
Khan then replied:
Khan then replied again, asking where he got the information from:
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Meltzer had reported in a recent Wrestling Observer Newsletter that over 60,000 presale codes were requested and distributed for AEW's first-ever show overseas. By comparison, for their Clash at the Castle event in Cardiff, Wales, WWE had nearly 90,000 codes requested in a similar presale system.
Full seating capacity for the event is unknown. The public onsale date is scheduled for later this week.
AEW has yet to announce any additional shows in the United Kingdom before the event.
Khan first announced the event in early-April and said it would be one of "the biggest shows in the history of the company."