AEW’s All Out Pay-Per-View Sells Out In 15 Minutes
Tickets went on sale Friday morning for AEW’s August pay-per-view All Out and much like the last AEW pay-per-view, the event sold out quickly.
All Elite Wrestling announced on social media Friday morning that their All Out pay-per-view is already sold out and did so in a record 15 minutes. That’s quick, but not terribly surprising considering how much buzz the promotion has generated and how this specific event will include the crowning of their first-ever AEW Champion and speculation is that CM Punk might show up at the show.
Some fans didn’t love the long wait times to be ultimately told they couldn’t get seats but for AEW, this is a good problem to have. All it means is that they’ll need to either ensure scalpers aren’t scooping up the tickets or they offer more events in bigger arenas.
As long as a bunch of the sold-out seats doesn’t show up for re-sale minutes later at elevated prices, there’s not much fans can really complain about.
AEW is Extremely Hot Right Now
As AEW continues to grow in popularity, they gain more and more confidence that they can start offering more events with bigger gates and potentially up their ticket prices. They’re proving that even without a television show, they are on their way to becoming a huge option for wrestling fans.
AEW All Out will take place on Saturday, August 31 from the Sears Centre Arena near Chicago, IL and it is sure to be a huge event for the company. So far, matches announced include Jon Moxley vs. Kenny Omega and Chris Jericho vs. “Hangman” Adam Page for the AEW World Heavyweight Champion.
Those in attendance are guaranteed to see a historic moment.