A major milestone for AEW All Out was reached yesterday and announced by Tony Khan on Twitter.
Tony Khan, head of All Elite Wrestling, took to Twitter to announce that the upcoming pay-per-view, AEW All Out had already reached a landmark milestone.
Tweeting in support of the show, Khan wrote:
“TOMORROW’s #AEWAllOut has just passed $1 million in live ticket sales!
“3 straight @AEW PPVs with $1 million+ live gates on top of 14 straight Wednesdays in cable’s top 2 shows in 18-49 demo & back-to-back 1 million+ total viewers for #AEWDynamite
“See you SOON on ppv at ALL OUT”
AEW All Out is set to kick off September 4, 2022 and features an incredibly stacked card with fans wondering how long the show might be.
With a staggering fifteen matches planned for Sunday, there will be a lot of AEW action to keep up with.
Set to hit the ring on Zero Hour, a free event in advance of the pay-per-view, Sammy Guevara and Tay Melo defend their AAA Mixed Tag Team World Championships when they take on Ruby Soho and Ortiz.
Also set for Zero Hour, a major rematch between Eddie Kingston and Tomohiro Ishii, as well as two more championships on the line from AEW.
PAC will put his All-Atlantic Championship on the line against Kip Sabian while the FTW Championship will also be defended with HOOK taking on Angelo Parker.
You can find out more about the event by clicking here.
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Author: Amanda Savage