Top AEW Name Reveals He Left Wembley Stadium During AEW All In

Top AEW Name Reveals He Left Wembley Stadium During AEW All In AEW

A top AEW name has revealed he left Wembley Stadium during AEW All In.

AEW All In London was a huge success for All Elite Wrestling with the event setting the worldwide record for paid attendance for a pro wrestling event at 81,035 fans at Wembley Stadium.

For the first few matches on the card, Jim Ross joined the commentary team to call the action. However, he did not call every match nor watched the entire show live from the building.

On the latest Grilling JR podcast, Ross revealed that he actually took a taxi to the hotel after he called the first four matches at AEW All In London. He said:

“I got to the stadium on Sunday afternoon, at around 1. Shortly after, I got my assignment of which matches I was doing, which was the first four matches, which included CM Punk and Samoa Joe, and it included Kenny’s match, and it included the Young Bucks and FTR, it was great.”

“I actually got lucky, and I got to call the matches I specifically hoped that I would. If I could have added it, I would have called the main event.”

“So, what I did, is I did my matches, and I went back to the hotel, and I had a link to the show, so I watched the rest of the show on my hotel room from my iPad.”

“I might have missed one match, like ten-minute drive to the hotel. It was cool, man.”

Elsewhere in the podcast, Jim Ross noted that AEW provided the commentary team with nice equipment for the show.

For the full results from AEW All In London, click here.

Transcription via Ringside News

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