As announced by AEW there were 81,035 fans in attendance for the All In pay-per-view on Sunday at Wembley Stadium in London, England. This was touted as the new all-time paid attendance record for a pro wrestling event. All In was a major success for AEW and Wembley Stadium in other ways.
In an update, the new AEW Women’s World Champion Saraya took to X/Twitter today and revealed how AEW ticket partner Live Nation gifted a congratulatory plaque to those in the company.
“We got gifted one of these plaques!! How fucking cool is this!! [heart eyes emoji] [UK flag emoji],” Saraya wrote.
The large plaque includes a message about attendance at Wembley on Sunday.
“CONGRATULATIONS ON OVER 80,000 TICKETS SOLD,” the plaque states at the bottom. “FROM ALL AT LIVE NATION.”
Saraya became the new AEW Women’s World Champion at All In by winning a Fatal 4 Way over Britt Baker, Toni Storm and former champion Hikaru Shida. The finish saw Toni Storm go to break up Britt Baker’s Lockjaw on Hikaru Shida, using a can of spray paint, but Saraya ended up spraying Toni Storm with the paint and hitting Nightcap to put her down. Saraya then pinned her former tag team partner to kick off her first AEW title reign in front of her fellow countrymen. Saraya then celebrated in the middle of the ring with her family.
You can see Saraya’s full tweet below:
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