AEW has announced that All In will return to London's Wembley Stadium next year on Sunday, August 25.
All In 2023 was a record-breaking event for AEW with 81,035 fans from more than 70 countries packing Wembley Stadium on Sunday (August 27).
The event was one of the largest pro wrestling gates of all time, generating more than $10 million for AEW and becoming the company's highest grossing event ever.
As the event drew to a close AEW announced that they'd be back to do it all again in a year's time over the August Bank Holiday weekend.
Further information about All In, including ticket onsale dates, will be announced in the coming weeks but fan can register for additional information on the event here.
In a statement, AEW CEO Tony Khan said: "AEW: All In London marked a monumental achievement, and showed the world that AEW is not only here to stay, but also a formidable force worldwide.
"We thank AEW’s incredibly loyal fans, many of whom travelled to London from around the world to be part of the event, and have been with us from the beginning.
"We celebrate this long-awaited moment with all of you and look forward to our return to Wembley Stadium in 2024, where we will once again make history."
All In saw MJF retain the AEW World Championship after defeating Adam Cole in the main event. MJF and Cole had also teamed on the Zero Hour pre-show to defeat Aussie Open and become the new ROH tag team champions.
Catch AEW Dynamite live every Thursday at 1am in the UK and Rampage every Saturday at 3am on FITE with an AEW Plus subscription. US customers can also watch Dynamite on TBS and Rampage on TNT, and in the UK, Dynamite repeats air on ITV4.
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