AEW is set to hold the biggest event in company history this Sunday, when AEW All In takes over London Wembley Stadium on August 27.
The event is the spiritual successor to the first All In back in 2018, which was the brain child of the Young Bucks and Cody Rhodes.
The Young Bucks are set to be in action against FTR on the show, while Cody Rhodes is now back in WWE, but he has commented on the shows success.
Being asked if would be watching All In during a Reddit AMA, Rhodes replied:
“I will be working that day, but I am very happy for the guys and girls competing out there. I am proud of Matt/Nick for taking our creation to another level.
“Also shout out to my Sister, Teil, who named the event and Joe Koff at ROH for helping us and allowing us the chance to do it ourselves.”
The show recently broke the record set by WWE WrestleMania 32, and is on course to be the highest attended wrestling show in history.
There has been a report about an absent AEW name who could be set to be a part of All In, which you can see here.
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