AEW Enlists Two New The Roster Members


AEW Enlists Two New The Roster Members

In an evening filled with electricity and anticipation, All Elite Wrestling (AEW) lit up Las Vegas, Nevada, with a series of thrilling reveals headlined by AEW President Tony Khan's announcement that two fresh faces would join the company's growing roster.

The final installment of Dynamite before the highly anticipated Double Or Nothing event proved memorable. One of the night's key moments was when Kyle Fletcher of the Aussie Open boldly challenged Orange Cassidy for the coveted AEW International Title.

Despite Fletcher's valiant effort, Cassidy continued solidifying his impressive reign, successfully thwarting Fletcher and preserving his championship status. Although this bout ended in defeat for Fletcher, it was far from a total loss.

In a turn of events that perhaps cushioned the impact of the setback, Tony Khan made a significant announcement via social media before Dynamite aired. He declared that Fletcher and his Aussie Open partner, Mark Davis, were now officially part of AEW's roster.

This addition marked a new chapter for the Aussie Open duo and a notable expansion for AEW's competitive field.

Aussie Open's AEW Silver Lining

The news was a silver lining to an otherwise challenging week for the Aussie Open team.

They were forced to vacate their IWGP Tag Team and NJPW STRONG Openweight Tag Team Championships due to an unfortunate injury suffered by Davis. With their inclusion in the AEW, the team looks forward to healing, regrouping, and returning.

Adding to the night's exciting reveals, Tony Khan also disclosed details about the upcoming debut of Collision, a new addition to the AEW universe. Khan confirmed that the inaugural episode would be held at the renowned United Center in Chicago, Illinois.

This revelation further intensified speculations about the return of the famous wrestler CM Punk to the AEW family. The strategic selection of the venue all but solidifies rumors of Punk's comeback, tentatively slated for Saturday, June 17th.

The night proved monumental for AEW as the Las Vegas lights shone down on a series of announcements that could shape the landscape of professional wrestling in the coming months. With fresh talent and exciting events on the horizon, the future of AEW appears brighter than ever.