For the first time in the company’s history, on Sunday, August 27, 2023, AEW (All Elite Wrestling) is heading to the UK for the AEW All In event. This marks a significant milestone in the world of wrestling, as AEW has now surpassed WWE’s WrestleMania 32 in terms of distributing the most tickets, making it the largest wrestling event in history. According to WrestleTix, it’s a professional wrestling competition. Following the inaugural event in 2018, this is the first All In since the establishment of AEW, which was inspired by the event.
The Event Details
- Venue: Wembley Stadium, London, UK – A Prestigious Host for AEW All In.
- Event Timing: Main Card at 1:00 PM, Zero Hour Pre-Show at 9:00 AM.
- Global Accessibility: Different ways to watch AEW All In around the world.
Due to the event’s importance, AEW is bringing its biggest and brightest stars to England. MJF, Adam Cole, The Young Bucks, Kenny Omega, Britt Baker, FTR, Jon Moxley, Hikaru Shida, Chris Jericho, Sting, Saraya, Samoan Joe, CM Punk, and many more are part of the lineup. Find out how to watch All In below.
The main card of AEW All In will begin at 1:00 PM local time. It will air at 10 AM ET/7 AM PT on August 27. The Zero Hour pre-show will kick off at 9 AM ET/6 AM PT. The event is set to take place at the prestigious Wembley Stadium in London, England.
For AEW fans in the United States and Canada, the easiest way to purchase All In is through their website or app via Bleacher Report. The event costs $50 and includes live streaming as well as a 72-hour on-demand replay. It’s also available for purchase through traditional pay-per-view providers via cable and satellite.
Outside of the US and Canada, there are several options to purchase All In, including FITE International, DAZN, YouTube International, PPV.com, and Sky Italia. The pricing may vary based on your country. For more information on where to buy All In globally, visit the AEW website.
In the main event of All In, MJF will challenge Adam Cole for the AEW World Championship. The night before, MJF and Cole will team up unexpectedly as they challenge the Australian Open for the ROH World Tag Team Championship. Other standout matches include a “Real World Championship” match between CM Punk and Samoan Joe, a fatal-four-way for the AEW Women’s World Championship, and a Stadium Stampede match featuring ten competitors.
Check out the AEW full card below:
- * AEW World Championship: MJF (c) vs. Adam Cole
- *”Real World Championship”: CM Punk (c) vs. Samoan Joe
- *AEW Women’s World Championship: Hikaru Shida (c) vs. Toni Storm vs. Saraya vs. Dr. Britt Baker, D.M.D.
- *AEW World Trios Championship: House of Black (Malakai Black, Brody King, and Bandido) (c) vs. The Acclaimed (Anthony Bowens and Max Caster)
- *AEW World Tag Team Championship: FTR (Dax Harwood and Cash Wheeler) (c) vs. The Young Bucks (Matt Jackson and Nick Jackson)
- *Will Ospreay (with Don Callis) vs. Chris Jericho
- *Stadium Brawl Match: Eddie Kingston, Orange Cassidy, Best Friends (Chuck Taylor and Trent Beretta), and Penta El Zero M vs. *Blackpool Combat Club (Jon Moxley, Claudio Castagnoli, and Wheeler Yuta), Santana, and Ortiz
- *The Golden Elite (Kota Ibushi, Kenny Omega, and “Hangman” Adam Page) vs. Konosuke Takeshita and Bullet Club Gold (Juice Robinson and Jay White)
- *Coffin Match: Darby Allin and Sting vs. Swerve Strickland and Christian Cage (with Prince Nana and Luchasaurus)
- *FTW Championship: Jack Perry (c) vs. Hook (Zero Hour Pre-Show Match)
- *ROH World Tag Team Championship: Australian Open (Mark Davis and Kyle Fletcher) (c) vs. MJF and Adam Cole (Zero Hour Pre- Show Match)
It’s an action-packed lineup that promises to deliver excitement and drama to wrestling fans around the world. Enjoy the show!