AEW Announces Date For Return To Wembley Stadium After Emotional MJF Vs. Adam Cole Main Event

AEW Announces Date For Return To Wembley Stadium After Emotional MJF Vs. Adam Cole Main Event AEW

AEW announced a date for the company’s return to London’s Wembley Stadium after an emotional main event bout for the AEW World Championship.

The main event of AEW All In at London’s Wembley Stadium saw MJF and Adam Cole fight for the AEW World Heavyweight Championship in front of an announced paid attendance of 81,035.

After a series of nearfalls, ref bumps (Bryce Remsburg getting taken out not once but twice, the second with a Panana Sunrise from Adam Cole) and an appearance by a rabid Roderick Strong, MJF was still able to emerge victoriously.

In the end, MJF retained his AEW World Heavyweight Championship title but after the match, he sought to affirm his relationship with Adam Cole rather than celebrate his win.

Attempting to encourage Cole, showing him that the duo still had their ROH Tag Team Championship that they had won together earlier in the night, Cole initially cast the belt aside, throwing it away.

When MJF reacted strongly and assumed the worst – that Cole was never actually his friend and just wanted the AEW World Title the whole time – he instructed Adam Cole to just deliver the blow and attack him from behind, even handing him his beloved Triple B title belt to do it.

However, in the end, Cole couldn’t do it after the match, just as he refused to do during the match, and the show ended with the pair hugging it out before celebrating in the ring.

However the news didn’t end there as commentary and a graphic displayed on screen delivered one final surprise.

Making a major announcement as the pay-per-view went off the air, AEW declared that next year on August 25, 2024 that AEW All In London would return to Wembley Stadium.

That means we’re looking at another year next year of back-to-back pay-per-views with All In in London followed by All Out in Chicago.

Tony Khan has previously commented that his plan is to continue the Labor Day tradition of AEW All Out in Chicago.

You can keep up with all the latest news from around tonight’s AEW All In by clicking this link. 

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