Professional wrestler Andrade El Idolo has bravely issued a challenge to Malakai Black, the leader of AEW World Trios Champions, The House of Black, for the forthcoming AEW All In event. This call-out marks a new chapter in their ongoing feud, heightening the anticipation among wrestling enthusiasts.
Known for his charisma and wrestling prowess, Andrade has been in scintillating form since his return to the AEW storylines. With this bold challenge, he not only seeks to assert his dominance but also aims to test himself against a formidable adversary on one of the biggest stages in professional wrestling.
Ever since Andrade's triumphant return to the storylines in June during the AEW Collision premiere, he has been a thorn in the side of The House of Black. His wrestling prowess was unmistakable as he defeated Buddy Matthews on the Collision premiere and went on to secure victory over Brody King via disqualification the following week.
This feud culminated with Andrade pushing his undefeated record to 3-0 by overcoming Matthews in an adrenaline-charged Ladder Match, a contest where his famed mask was at stake.
"Andrade's Bold Challenge: AEW Showdown"
Andrade's latest challenge seems to take this rivalry to the next level.
The wrestler took to Twitter to declare his intentions, calling out Malakai Black to face him at AEW All In in London. “I want the next one!!! I would like to see you face to face at All In London because you are European and it is with your people.
Mexico vs Netherlands. @AEW #ALLIN #AEW #London,” he wrote. The reason behind his choice of Kaaba emoji remains a mystery, although some speculate it could be his representation of "House of Black" in emoji form. It's worth noting that Andrade and Black share a rich history in the ring.
From February 2017 to April 2020, the pair squared off in numerous singles and tag team matches under the WWE banner. Their last team effort resulted in a loss to Cody Rhodes and PAC at AEW Full Gear 2021, while their final singles clash saw Black emerge victorious at the special WWE Starrcade live event on December 1, 2019.
With AEW All In scheduled for Sunday, August 27 at the renowned Wembley Stadium in London, England, the anticipation for a potential showdown between Andrade and Black is building up. No official matches have been announced yet, but wrestling fans are eagerly awaiting news about the line-up, especially in light of Andrade's bold challenge.