All Elite Wrestling appears to have been riding on cloud nine since its debut show, Double or Nothing. The talent roster has slowly been growing thanks to former WWE stars like Jon Moxley and Shawn Spears, fka Dean Ambrose and Tye Dillinger respectively. It was also announced that AEW’s next show, Fyter Fest, would be streaming through B/R Live for free on June 29th.

Cody, Kenny Omega and The Young Bucks now have another feather they can stick in their caps.

The Young Bucks took to Twitter to announce that All Out, which takes place on August 31st at the Sears Centre in Chicago, has sold out in 15 minutes.

It’s just the latest in a string of website crashing successes for the group, which had sold out the Sears Centre in record time for All In in 2018. Double or Nothing also saw 12,000 tickets move in just over four minutes. The Sears Centre website even reported that 60,000 people were in the waiting queue trying to get tickets.

It is worth noting that, as with most events, the sold-out tickets were allotted for release on June 14th and there are likely ones held in place for websites such as StubHub or Ticketmaster that may become available down the road. That hasn't stopped tickets from already popping up for re-sale, with some asking prices crossing $1,000.

That said, it marks another major success for the fledgling wrestling promotion that has been on a roll going back to the company’s official formation at the start of 2019.

Currently, there are two matches confirmed to be taking place on the show: “Hangman” Adam Page vs. Chris Jericho for the AEW World Championship and Kenny Omega vs. Jon Moxley.

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From left: Brandi Rhodes and Cody Rhodes, wrestlers and executives for All-Elite Wrestling. Tasia Wells/Getty Images for Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment