The pro-wrestling world is buzzing as AEW's grandest spectacle, All In at Wembley Stadium, is rapidly approaching. With four exhilarating matches already confirmed, this event promises to be monumental. The marquee main event will showcase MJF and Adam Cole colliding for dominance in London's iconic venue.
Additionally, in what's pegged as the rubber match, FTR will take on The Young Bucks, with 80,000 eager fans witnessing the action live. The roster further boasts of a four-way bout for the AEW Women's World Championship and a tantalizing tag team match, featuring Sting and Darby Allin taking on Swerve Strickland and AR Fox.
The rumored re-match between wrestling giants Samoa Joe and CM Punk is also much anticipated.
Omega's Unexpected Matchup Rumors
However, the rumor mill doesn't stop churning there. Wrestling Observer Newsletter's recent report spills the beans on some potential additions.
It suggests that Kenny Omega, who has been deeply embroiled in a riveting storyline involving Don Callis and Konosuke Takeshita, might see action in a different setting. Renowned journalist Dave Meltzer proposes that Omega could potentially team up with "Hangman" Adam Page and Kota Ibushi.
Their formidable opponents? None other than the trio of Takeshita, Jay White, and Juice Robinson from Bullet Club Gold. It's a tantalizing proposal, albeit a perplexing one, considering White and Robinson haven't featured in the ongoing Omega/Takeshita narrative.
There's also chatter about another mega-clash: Will Ospreay versus Chris Jericho. Timing might allow for this dream match, especially with the conclusion of the G1 Climax. However, complexities arise as Jericho is currently tangled in his feud with Callis.
Plus, on the tag team front, a speculated six-man tag encounter might see the Blackpool Combat Club face off against Eddie Kingston, Orange Cassidy, and a yet-to-be-revealed partner. This potential match-up aligns well with AEW's recent broadcasts.
While all these battles add intrigue and potential electricity to All In, it's paramount to note their speculative status. As of now, Meltzer has not officially verified these matches' confirmation. As the event draws nearer, fans wait with bated breath for official announcements.
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