All Elite Wrestling (AEW) was set ablaze with electric excitement during tonight's episode of "AEW Dynamite," as Eddie Kingston, straight off his fierce performances in the esteemed 33rd G1 Climax, stormed back into the AEW arena with a vengeance.
The evening was already alive with anticipation as the audience witnessed Orange Cassidy valiantly defend and retain his AEW International Championship against the formidable Wheeler Yuta. But just when the crowd thought they had seen the night's pinnacle, chaos ensued.
As Death Triangle's stalwarts, Rey Fenix and Penta El Zero M, teamed up with The Best Friends to face off against the menacing Blackpool Combat Club, Kingston's surprise intervention shook the arena. With a fury, he charged in to provide much-needed backup, ensuring that Claudio Castagnoli, Wheeler Yuta, and even his past ally, Jon Moxley, were put in their places.
Kingston's Historic Wembley Challenge
However, Kingston's triumphant return wasn't solely about settling scores. He threw down a gauntlet that would make AEW history: a challenge for the Blackpool Combat Club to rally their ranks and face him and his newfound allies in the upcoming "All In" event.
What makes this even more monumental is the venue choice – the iconic Wembley Stadium, which is all set to host the third-ever Stadium Stampede match. For those unversed in AEW lore, the Stadium Stampede match is not just any bout.
It's a thrilling concoction of athleticism, drama, and story-telling. This match type has previously been the showstopper at both "Double or Nothing" events in 2020 and 2021. The Inner Circle, a dominant faction in AEW, has a storied history with the match, having suffered a defeat in the first showdown against The Elite and Matt Hardy.
They, however, redeemed themselves in a gripping encounter against The Pinnacle in 2021. "All In" promises a fresh twist for Stadium Stampede aficionados. For the first time, the match will break away from its traditional home, the TIAA Bank Field in Jacksonville, FL, taking the spectacle international to the hallowed grounds of Wembley.
As fans brace for this unprecedented battle, one thing's for certain – with Kingston back in the mix, AEW is about to get even more explosive.