Following the gripping action of Blood & Guts, All Elite Wrestling (AEW) is shifting its attention towards the All In London event. Set to be hosted in the iconic Wembley Stadium in London, England, the showdown is scheduled for Sunday, August 27.
The event holds special significance for many AEW performers, with the likes of Saraya, Jamie Hayter, PAC, and a talent from New Japan Pro-Wrestling being lined up for a prominent match. Fightful Select has reported that the AEW plans to incorporate the IWGP United States Champion and Ess*x's very own, Will Ospreay, into the All In event.
Fans may recall Ospreay's last appearance at an AEW spectacle was just a month ago at the Forbidden Door pay-per-view. There, he secured a noteworthy victory over Kenny Omega to reclaim the IWGP United States Championship.
AEW's New Matchup
While a rematch between Ospreay and Omega would naturally be anticipated, Fightful Select indicates that AEW is considering another opponent for Ospreay, fondly known as "The Aerial Assassin." In the current scheduling lineup, Ospreay is set to square off against former AEW World Champion Chris Jericho at All In.
Adding further intrigue to the mix is the inclusion of Don Callis in the narrative. The exact role he will play in this unfolding drama is not entirely clear as of now. Callis has been seen in recent weeks making attempts to sway Jericho to his side.
However, during the Forbidden Door event, he was spotted assisting Ospreay in his championship bout against Omega. How Callis's allegiances will play out at All In, and where he'll finally stand is yet another captivating element to watch for.
All In will also be a historic event as it marks the first time Ospreay and Jericho face each other in a singles match. Amidst these brewing dynamics and potential game-changers, All In London is shaping up to be a memorable event in the annals of AEW.