Main Event For AEW All In At London Wembley Stadium Revealed

Main Event For AEW All In At London Wembley Stadium Revealed AEW

The main event of AEW’s London debut pay-per-view All In has been revealed on tonight’s episode of AEW Dynamite 200.

As AEW is primed to make history in London with their UK debut, AEW All In at Wembley Stadium on August 27, the main event has now been confirmed.

To begin the segment, a somewhat surprising oratory exhibition, from AEW World Champion, MJF.

During the chat with the crowd, the champ shared that he had faced a lot of adversity in his life and while it was easier to have the crowd hate him, he had become genuinely vulnerable with the audience.

He was ready to receive the positive attention from them as he has had a growth experience through his tag team with Adam Cole.

Seemingly officially announcing his own babyface turn (but it’s MJF so we can’t be sure), he then called out Adam Cole to not only thank him but for something else as well.

After making the promise in previous weeks, MJF presented Cole a contract for the “main event match” at AEW All In which he signed in the ring.

While the crowd was slightly skeptical, chanting “read it!” at Adam Cole as he signed it, after the contract was signed, the graphic for the match was revealed for the crowd.

The AEW World Championship will be on the line as MJF defends his title against Adam Cole in the main event of AEW All In 2023.

Backstage however, Roderick Strong was having a proper freak out, throwing things and screaming as he was approached by The Kingdom’s Matt Taven and Mike Bennett, reminding him that Adam Cole “always forgets about his friends.”

The details regarding how to watch AEW All In were also confirmed as the event will be available live as a pay-per-view through numerous routes.

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2 months ago by Amanda Savage



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