A revised attendance figure for the groundbreaking PPV event, AEW All In, has emerged, suggesting a greater turnout than initially reported. BodySlam.net uncovered correspondence with Brent County Council, revealing a substantial attendance of 85,528 for the monumental event at Wembley Stadium.
AEW’s initial announcement boasted an attendance of over 81,035, positioning it as the highest-attended wrestling event in history. However, investigations by Brandon Thurston revealed a discrepancy, with turnstile numbers around 72,265, as corroborated by Brent City Council, placing All In behind WrestleMania 32 in attendance via turnstiles.
AEW All In’s Historic Impact on Wrestling
Regardless of the varying figures, AEW All In has cemented its place in pro wrestling history. It marks the largest event in AEW’s brief history and is the inaugural wrestling event at Wembley in over three decades, the previous one being WWE SummerSlam 1992.
The event also holds significance as it hosted CM Punk’s last match in AEW before his termination by AEW President Tony Khan. CM Punk and Samoa Joe headlined the event in a memorable match for CM Punk’s “Real” AEW Championship.