All Elite Wrestling’s second PPV comes to us at the end of August. It’s essentially the sequel to ALL IN one year later – ALL OUT. A year ago, there was no word on the existence of All Elite Wrestling or even the idea that Cody Rhodes wanted to start a promotion of his own. Yet here we are and tickets ended up selling out in a matter of minutes.
Dave Meltzer of the Wrestling Observer Newsletter recently stated that the demand for tickets was so high that it would have been equal to that of an entire baseball stadium. It just goes to show just how much trust fans have in AEW and how badly they want to see change. AEW having more momentum is going to be pivotal as their TV show will start a little over a month afterward.
Here are a few things AEW should not be doing at ALL OUT
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