Report: AEW’s All In Set to Surpass WWE WrestleMania III’s Attendance Record

With just a little over three weeks remaining until the highly anticipated All In 2023 event, it’s gearing up to be a monumental occasion in the world of All Elite Wrestling. In fact, there’s an outside chance that it could also secure a place in the annals of wrestling history as one of the biggest paid wrestling shows ever.

As of the present moment, close to 78,000 tickets have been allocated for All In, with approximately 71,500 of those being paid admissions. According to a report in the Wrestling Observer Newsletter by Dave Meltzer, the event is on the verge of potentially surpassing the attendance record of WWE WrestleMania III. In fact, AEW only needs to move an additional 2,727 tickets to achieve the distinction of being the biggest paid professional wrestling show in history.

While WWE previously announced a crowd of over 93,000 attendees for WrestleMania III, where Hulk Hogan and Andre the Giant squared off for the WWE Championship in the main event, these figures have been debated over the years. Some believe that around 78,000 spectators were actually present at the Pontiac Silverdome in Detroit. This is the record that All In is poised to challenge.

Regardless of whether it breaks long-standing WWE records, Meltzer predicts that All In will claim the title of the most attended paid wrestling show outside of the United States.

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