Another AEW Star Pulled From All In London Wembley Stadium

Another AEW Star Pulled From All In London Wembley Stadium AEW

UPDATE: After several changes made during tonight’s Dynamite, the full updated card for AEW All In can be found at this link.

Another AEW star has been pulled from their originally scheduled match at AEW All In at London Wembley Stadium.

On AEW Dynamite, Swerve Strickland and AR Fox had a ‘Tornado match’ against Darby Allin and Nick Wayne, but in the end, Strickland and Fox lost the match.

Nick Wayne pinned AR Fox and Swerve was not pleased.

In a post-match angle, Swerve informed AR Fox that he continued to make mistakes and thereby could not be trusted at AEW All In.

He then commanded Prince Nana to “do his light work”. Prince Nana informed AR Fox that he was fired from the Mogul Embassy, with Brian Cage attacking Fox.

However, Darby Allin, Sting and Nick Wayne came back to the ring with Allin extending a hand of friendship towards Fox. With a new team seemingly set, Allin demanded to know who Swerve could possibly have.

This ushered out Christian Cage and Luchasaurus to seemingly complete a new team for them as well.

Essentially Fox has been removed from the match and replaced with Cage, so it’ll be a coffin tag team match with Darby Allin & Sting vs Swerve Strickland & Christian Cage.

We’ll keep you updated if any news emerges on why Fox was pulled from the match.

Earlier in the show, Rey Fenix was officially pulled from the Stadium Stampede match at All In too – for the latest on that, click here.

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