AEW: Fight For The Fallen Shows Announced for Next Week, FTR on CMFTR vs. Elite Dream Match, All In Ticket Sales Update

AEW Announced Fight For The Fallen 2023 for Next Week’s AEW Shows

AEW CEO Tony Khan announced on Twitter that due to the recent destructive wildfires in Maui, Hawaii, he made several changes to the schedule of AEW’s upcoming events.

Khan stated that next week’s AEW Dynamite and Rampage shows in Nashville, Tennessee and Collision show in Lexington, Kentucky will now be Fight For The Fallen 2023 themed specials with proceeds generated going towards the Maui Food Bank to help assist those affected by the wildfires.

FTR Comments on “The More Time Passes, The More Likely CMFTR vs. Elite Is”

DAZN held a recent interview with FTR’s Cash Wheeler and Dax Harwood. One of the topics discussed included FTR’s thoughts on a potential Trios match between CMFTR and The Elite in AEW in the future.

Dax Harwood – “If the cards fall into place and the story the is right and the opportunity calls for it, hell yeah, we can do it.”

Cash Wheeler – “It’s hard to know with all the moving parts that are involved for anybody, but wrestling is all about making the most money for yourself and the company you work for. I think everybody here all agrees with that. The more time passes, the more likely it is we can get to there. You never really know, and I don’t want to say yes, but I hope so.”

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AEW All In Ticket Sales Update & Historic Wrestling Milestones Surpassed

AEW reportedly has distributed around 79,461 tickets for their upcoming All In event on August 27th at Wembley Stadium in London, England as of this past Thursday, according to the Wrestling Observer Newsletter.

Dave Meltzer reported that the current breakdown is around 73,000 paid and the rest as comp tickets.

In regards to historic milestones, Meltzer reported that AEW is currently around 1,248 tickets away from tying the all-time record of 80,709 currently held by WWE’s WrestleMania 32 event for largest ever attendance for a paid wrestling event in wrestling history. Meltzer reported that AEW is still around 6,800 paid tickets away from tying the paid all-time record that was also set by WrestleMania 32.

AEW’s current attendance for All In reportedly surpassed both WWE’s WrestleMania III and SummerSlam 1992 events to move their event to third place for all-time paid wrestling shows. Meltzer reported that All In would currently be in fifth place when including the WCW and New Japan Pro Wrestling’s co-promoted Collision in Korea events in North Korea in 1995.