Tony Khan has revealed his big announcement on tonight’s episode of AEW Dynamite (April 5).
Referencing the time before AEW was founded, four pioneers – the Young Bucks, Cody Rhodes and Kenny Omega and their landmark first event of All In, Khan made a big announcement.
AEW is going to make it’s UK debut this summer!
Sunday August 27th for the first ever AEW All In in London, England.
Also to announce the site of the event, Adam Cole announced that All In was going to come to Wembley Stadium in London, England.
The event will mark not only the 100th anniversary of Wembley Stadium but also it seems AEW will be tying in the 100th anniversary of Warner Brothers as their network partner’s parent company, referencing the dual celebrations in the official press release about the event.
There was not a formal announcement regarding whether or not AEW would tape additional shows during their time in London.
The full press release with more details can be found at this link.
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