Ever since All Elite Wrestling revealed their plans for All In at Wembley Stadium, there have been speculations about how the show will be televised, with many assuming it would be a pay-per-view event given its scale. With only a few weeks left until the landmark event in London, AEW has yet to make a formal announcement regarding the broadcasting details for fans to watch from their homes.
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According to a new report from Dave Meltzer at The Wrestling Observer, it is now suggested that the show will indeed air live on pay-per-view, with Comcast in the USA expected to offer it for $50. The report also indicates that all cable systems, including inDemand, would carry the event.
Initially, some believed All In might be aired as a live TV special or through one of Warner Bros. Discovery’s streaming services. The idea of showcasing a show with a potential audience of up to 80,000 as a promotional tool on free TV was considered, but with All Out set to air live on pay-per-view just one week later, some fans might have to budget for both events in a relatively short period.
As of now, no matches have been officially announced for AEW All In.
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