On tonight’s episode of AEW Dynamite, more matches for AEW All In at London’s Wembley Stadium on August 27 were made official.
After FTR issued a challenge to Young Bucks for the AEW World Tag Team Championship at AEW All In, the Young Bucks tonight accepted.
Nick and Matt Jackson had just beat Matt and Jeff Hardy in a tag team match before getting on the mic to seemingly answer the challenge from FTR, but FTR joined them in the ring to make the reveal face to face.
The match was then announced as official as FTR will be taking on the Young Bucks at All In with one of the first acknowledgements of potential real-life conflict as Taz referenced that there was actual ‘bad blood’ between the teams adding, ‘for those that know.’
Also discussed on Dynamite, the AEW Women’s World Championship match for All In.
The match will be a four-way for the title with one spot already confirmed as it was explained that as the former champion, Toni Storm received a by via exercising her rematch clause for the title as an entrant in the match at All In.
As for the defending champion at All In, current champ Hikaru Shida will be putting her title on the line tonight in a defence against Anna Jay, so whoever wins tonight’s match will advance to All In as champion – Shida won this match.
On Rampage this Friday, Saraya will take on Skye Blue, and next week on Dynamite, Britt Baker will take on the Bunny to determine the other two challengers.
Later in the show, also announce for All In was a coffin tag team match with Darby Allin and Sting against Swerve Strickland and AR Fox.
These new matches are in addition to the already confirmed MJF vs Adam Cole, as well as the heavily-hinted-at match between CM Punk vs Samoa Joe, which isn’t ‘official’ just yet.
Speaking of MJF vs Cole, later in tonight’s show, it was announced that they’d actually be teaming together on the All In pre-show to challenge Aussie Open for the ROH World Tag Team Championship.
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