When AEW All In Matches Will Start Being Announced Revealed?

When AEW All In Matches Will Start Being Announced Revealed? AEW

A new interview has revealed when AEW All In matches will start being announced.

On Sunday, August 27, All Elite Wrestling will host their first event in the United Kingdom with AEW All In from London’s Wembley Stadium.

With over 77,000 tickets already sold for the event, it will be the biggest show in the company’s history and is closing in on being one of the highest grossing events in professional wrestling history.

However, the promotion has yet to announce any matches for the card despite being less than one month from the landmark event.

In a new interview with Screenrant ahead of tonight’s AEW Dynamite 200, AEW CEO and President Tony Khan addressed the huge show and when the company plan on starting to announce the card. When asked about the All In card, he answered:

“Yes, it’s gonna be an amazing card. And I felt all along that with this huge stage tonight on TBS. AEW Dynamite 200, given that [we are] four weeks out from Wembley Stadium, starting tonight, it feels like this is the perfect place to begin announcing the card. And it’s why I’ve always wanted this to be the date.”

“We begin from here out, from tonight going forward, announcing more information about the card for this event that has captured the attention of the world. So it starts on TBS tonight, building towards this great card.”

“We’ve had some really exciting events that led us into this position in recent weeks. Two weeks ago, we had the AEW Dynamite Blood and Guts card in Boston. That was episode 198 of Dynamite. It was a huge success and a key step on this path.”

“This past week, we had a massive AEW Collision in Hartford. It was the most viewership we’ve had since the debut of that show, and it was one of the top shows on TV. Of course, Blood and Guts was the number-one show on TV.”

“And all our shows recently, with Dynamite and Collision, have all been either number one or number two on cable week-in and week-out recently.”

“And the Collision episode this week was so important, given what was happening on that program, including MJF and Adam Cole challenging FTR for the World Tag Team Championship.”

Besides AEW All In matches being announced, The Elite will make their return when Kenny Omega and The Young Bucks team to face Jeff Jarrett, Jay Lethal and Satnam Singh in trios action on the 200th episode of Dynamite.

Also, Jon Moxley will face Penta El Zero Miedo and Trent Beretta in an Anything Goes match and Toni Storm will defend the AEW Women’s World Championship against Hikaru Shida.

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2 months ago by SP3



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