In 2023, ‘ All In ‘ will present its second professional wrestling pay-par-view (PPV) event, which is being promoted as ‘All IN London’ at the Wembley Stadium in London, England. This event is a significant milestone for All Elite Wrestling (AEW), a promotion created by ALW in partnership with the Elite. It marks the first edition of the event, which was inspired by the formation of AEW in January 2019. The event is scheduled for August 27th, 2023, at the iconic Wembley Stadium.
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This event holds special significance as it signifies AEW’s debut in the United Kingdom and its first PPV event held outside of North America. The event will take place in an as association football stadium for the first time, highlighting the growth and global reach of professional wrestling.
The ongoing all In is set to become the first professional wrestling event hosted at the historic Wembley Stadium, coinciding with the stadium’s 100th anniversary celebration .
Notably, after WWE’s SummerSlam in 1992, which was held at the original Wembley stadium, AEW has promoted the first major professional wrestling competition at the venue in over three decades. The stadium itself is proudly commemorating it as a part of ots centennial festivitles.
With this event AFW is stepping into new territory, holding their event in an association football stadium. The event is planned to air live at 1 PM Eastern Time, reaching audiences though traditional PPV outlets and digital platforms like Bleacher Report, FITF TV, Youtube,and a pre-show at 11 AM ET.
Moreover the event will be accompanied by a live performance of the song ‘Judas’ by wrestler Chris Jericho and hsi band, Fozzy. Ticket sales for the event commenced on May 5th,2023 With impressive demand.
A EW reported selling over 70,400 tickets, generating a substantial revenue of more than 9 million U.S dollars. This achievement is poised to set a new attendance record for a professional wrestling competition, surpassing the previous record held by Wrestle Mania 32.
All In London’ is a landmark event for AEW, signifying its expansion into the United Kingdom and the global wrestling scene. The event’s anticipated success and widespread popularity highlight the growing appeal of professional wrestling on a global scale.
Match card of AEW All In 2023
The match card for this year’s AEW All in is stacked with talented wrestlers and sees the next step in several active storylines. The event is set to be four hours ling and will feature 11 matches, with two bouts taking place in Zero Hour.
ROH World Tag Team Championship match- Aussie Open (c) (mark Davis and Kyle Fletcher) vs. Batter Than You, Bay boy (MJF and Adam Cole).
FTW Championship match –Jack Perry vs. Hook
AEW World Tag Team Championship match- FTR (Dax Harwood and cash Wheeler) vs. The Young Bucks (Matt Jackson and Nick Jackson)
AEW Women’s World Championship match- Hikaru Shida vs. toni storm vs Saraya vs. Dr. Britt Baker, D.M.D.
Coffin Match- Darby Allin and Sting vs. Swerve Strickland and Christian Cage (with Prince Nana and Luchasaurus)
All the broadcast timings of AEW All In 2023
AEW will take place in London which follows the British Summer Time ,one hour ahead of GMT. The event will take place at 6 PM BST at Wembley Stadium.
For the United States, the event will broadcast at 1 PM ET and 10 AM PT.
IN India, the AEW All in broadcast will start at 9:30 PM IST with the main show at 10:30 PM
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