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AEW All In: HUGE Announcement Regarding UK Wembley Arena Event

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In a monumental announcement that has sent shockwaves through the wrestling community, All Elite Wrestling (AEW) has confirmed that its UK debut will be on PPV.

The event dubbed All In, is set to take place at the iconic Wembley Stadium in London, England on August 27th.

The venue, known for its grandeur and capacity, can accommodate up to 90,000 fans, making it a fitting stage for this historic event.

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Record-Breaking Ticket Sales

The anticipation for AEW’s UK debut is palpable, as evidenced by the record-breaking ticket sales. A staggering 75,000 tickets have already been sold, underscoring the immense popularity of AEW and the high expectations for the event. The remaining tickets are expected to sell out quickly, given the buzz surrounding the event.

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AEW All In 2023: A Pay-Per-View Event

In a move that has further heightened the excitement, Andrew Zarian reported on the Mat Men Podcast has announced that the All In 2023 event will air as a pay-per-view (PPV) spectacle.

This decision has put an end to the speculation about whether the event would be aired as a PPV one week before the All Out PPV, or be part of MAX as a streaming special.

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Combo Package for Fans of AEW All In and AEW All Out

Adding to the allure of the event, All Elite Wrestling has revealed that there will be a combo package available for both the All In 2023 and All Out PPV shows.

This package is expected to be a hit among the fans, offering them a chance to witness two of the biggest events in the wrestling calendar at a discounted rate.

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