AEW All In At Wembley Stadium Set To Air As A Pay-Per-View Event

AEW will make its debut in the United Kingdom on August 27 with the All In show at Wembley Stadium, which can hold up to 90,000 fans.

Despite the fact that no matches have been announced for the show, over 75,000 tickets have been sold.

The big question has been whether the performance will be a pay-per-view event or a streamed broadcast on MAX.

On today’s Mat Men Podcast, Andrew Zarian announced that the program will air as a PPV just one week before the All Out PPV. Both will have combo packages available.

Zarian said, “The other thing I confirmed with somebody today, double confirmed….so All In is a big question, right? What do you do it all in, right? Is it gonna be free? Are you gonna give it for free? Are you gonna charge a pay-per-view fee? Then you’re gonna charge another one the following month, right? Following week, right? You’re gonna do a hundred bucks. Well, it is a pay-per-view on BR [Bleacher Report]. Right now, I believe, I’m not a hundred percent on this, but I believe they’re working on some sort of bundle to get both, which makes a lot of sense. I know that it was a discussion. I don’t know if it’s gonna happen. I don’t know if BR has that ability, but BR is very limited, and they need to get off of it. And a lot of this has to do with, you know, the next, the next step in their TV.”

You can check out the complete podcast below:

(h/t to for the transcription)