AEW Star Addresses Not Being Booked For All In London Wembley Stadium

AEW Star Addresses Not Being Booked For All In London Wembley Stadium AEW

An AEW star and current ROH champion who remains off the card for AEW All In at London Wembley Stadium has spoken out.

The ROH Women’s Champion Athena has been champ for entirety of 2023 thus far, winning the belt at ROH Final Battle on December 10, 2022.

However now as AEW is about to make history at London’s Wembley Stadium, the champ finds herself without a match on the card.

Now Athena has taken to Twitter to share her thoughts on being left off of the AEW All In card which still encourage fans to check out all of the action.

Athena wrote:

Your #ForeverROHChamp was not chosen to compete at #AEWAllIn but that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t tune in to see the history making show they are about to put on. I’ll be cheering and booing all the #Porcelain from home! Good luck today With all the anger and love, Athena”

While there is currently only one match featuring the AEW or ROH Women’s Division on the announced card, there will be a pair of bouts from one of the most popular acts in the company.

First up on the pre-show Zero Hour, MJF teams with Adam Cole to take on ROH Tag Team Champions, Aussie Open (Kyle Fletcher and Mark Davis) for their title. Later in the main event, MJF will defend his beloved AEW World Championship title against Adam Cole.

There has been rumblings that another match from the AEW Women’s Division may end up on the AEW All In card. You can click here to read more about that. 

To keep up with all the latest details regarding the card for AEW All In at London Wembley Stadium, you can click this link. 

Think you know the most about wrestling? Join our Wrestle League predictions competition for free, and be in with the chance of winning $250 of Amazon vouchers. Make sure you subscribe to email notifications to make sure you never miss a show.

1 month ago by Amanda Savage



JOIN THE WrestleTalk logo mailing list

Get the latest wrestling news straight to your inbox

By submitting this form, you are consenting to receive marketing emails from WrestleTalk