Chris Jericho know plenty about the wrestling business and thinks AEW All In from England will surpass anything WWE has produced with WrestleMania.
Chris Jericho Touts All In Is Bigger Than WrestleMania
This past Wednesday’s episode of AEW Dynamite was the final one before All In. And, it will not be like any other wrestling pay per view as an estimated 80,000 plus fans will be in attendance at Wembley Stadium.
During one exchange, Jericho called this year’s All In greater than any installment of WrestleMania.
“This is the biggest show in pro wrestling history,” said Chris Jericho. “Which means it’s the biggest show of my career.”
“Almost 33 years, don’t tell me this is a vanity project for me.”
“This is bigger than any WrestleMania, this is bigger than any Tokyo Dome. This is bigger than anything.”
Those kind of words got people talking. Yes, this is possibly the most important show for AEW as will break a bunch of personal records.
WrestleMania has a track record of producing some of the greatest matches and moments in history. All In has seen some great moments, but the event is still new compared to WrestleMania.
Remember, WWE has already produced a show from the old Wembley Stadium. That was SummerSlam 1992 and WWE claims to have sold just over 80,000 in tickets, although that number is disputed as being inflated.
Be sure to catch All In on August 27. For those watching from the Unites States, thankfully the show will air either in the morning or around lunch because of the time difference.
So, is Chris Jericho right in claiming that All In will surpass any other version of WrestleMania or is he simply hyping a show?