Big Plans For AEW All In At Wembley Stadium

4 weeks ago by Connel Rumsey

Big Plans For AEW All In At Wembley Stadium AEW

Tony Khan made his latest important announcement on the April 5 episode of AEW Dynamite, and this one did not let the fans of AEW down, especially those in Europe.

Khan announced that the ‘All In’ event name would be revived, with the show set to take place at Wembley Stadium on August 27.

No matches have been announced for the show yet, but there are plenty of major matches that Tony Khan could cook up for the event should AEW wish to shift tickets.

There are a lot of major matches, including those involving talent outside of AEW, that could feature on the show.

Here are some suggestions (not officially confirmed, but most of them at least look pretty likely), starting with…

Kenny Omega vs. Will Ospreay

This one seems like a formality at this point if we follow all the breadcrumbs like a duck hungry for banger wrestling matches.

Ospreay is set to face off with Hiroshi Tanahashi at NJPW Resurgence, with the winner of the match facing Lance Archer at Dominion in June for a future match at the IWGP United States Championship.

The likely outcome here is Ospreay vs Omega II taking place at Forbidden Door, with Ospreay capturing his title back in the rematch of their match of the year contender from Wrestle Kingdom 17.

Then there’s room for a rubber match between the two,’ and with All In set to take place at Wembley, it’s likely that he will feature on that show, so that makes this a no brainer.

Plus, Ospreay being a home country guy in England would only serve to add to the appeal.

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