The All In pay-per-view, scheduled for August 27 at Wembley Stadium, has created a lot of buzz within the wrestling world. All Elite Wrestling (AEW) is looking to pack the 90,000-seater stadium and has reportedly been discussing various options to make this a reality.
One of the potential options is a match featuring the recently released WWE Hall of Famer Goldberg. Upon becoming a free agent, Goldberg had publicly expressed his desire to wrestle one last match before retiring.
Booker T Warns Against Wardlow vs.
Goldberg Match in AEW
AEW TNT Champion Wardlow, who has openly shared his admiration for Goldberg, has proposed the idea of taking on his childhood idol in a retirement match. However, this proposal hasn't sat well with WWE Hall of Famer Booker T, who recently spoke on his "Hall of Fame" podcast.
Booker believes that while the match may sound great on paper, it has "disaster" written all over it. He cautioned that the actual match between Wardlow and Goldberg could be a total and complete disaster, and he would not recommend it.
Instead, Booker suggested that Darby Allin would be a better choice for Goldberg to face in a match. The All In pay per view has already generated a lot of excitement among fans and has been rumored to feature several other big names in the wrestling world.
Some of the names mentioned include CM Punk, Will Ospreay, Kazuchika Okada, Kota Ibushi, and even Mercedes Mone. AEW President Tony Khan has emphasized that the company is pulling out all the stops to give its fans an unforgettable show.
It remains to be seen if AEW will go through with the Wardlow vs. Goldberg match, but it is clear that the company is looking to make a splash with its All In pay-per-view event. With the potential for big names and exciting matches, the show is shaping up to be a must-see for wrestling fans.
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