AEW’s electrifying "Fight for the Fallen" event in Nashville has set the stage for a spectacular showdown at the upcoming All In pay-per-view. In a pivotal moment, Britt Baker triumphed over The Bunny in an intense one-on-one match.
By delivering a devastating curb-stomp, Baker secured her place in the Four-Way women's title match at the All In event. Fans of AEW have much to look forward to, as Britt Baker will now challenge for the coveted AEW women’s title, a title she has proudly held before.
Joining her in this epic battle will be Toni Storm, Saraya, and the reigning champion, Hikaru Shida. The face-off promises to be one for the history books and will take place on August 27th at the iconic Wembley Stadium. WrestlePurists tweeted moments after Baker's victory: "Britt Baker defeats The Bunny and now the AEW Womens Championship 4-Way Match is set for Wembley #AEWDynamite." But the excitement doesn't stop there.
The All In lineup has now been updated to feature a series of must-watch matches.
AEW's All-Star Showdown
The AEW World Championship will see MJF, the current title-holder, facing off against the formidable Adam Cole. Meanwhile, tag team fanatics will be treated to FTR, the current champions, taking on the dynamic duo, The Young Bucks, for the AEW Tag Team Championship.
For those who love high-octane action, the Coffin Match promises to deliver as legends Sting & Darby Allin square up against Swerve Strickland & AR Fox. Additionally, the ROH Tag Team Championship during ZERO HOUR will feature Aussie Open, the reigning champs, against an interesting pairing of Adam Cole and AEW World Champion, MJF.
Other high-stakes matches include the Stadium Stampede Match which will see Blackpool Combat Club members Jon Moxley, Wheeler Yuta, and Claudio Castagnoli (with a yet-to-be-announced member) face Eddie Kingston, the Lucha Bros, and Best Friends.
Additionally, fans will witness a thrilling face-off between Bullet Club Gold members Jay White & Juice Robinson & Konosuke Takeshita and the trio of Kenny Omega, Adam Page, and Kota Ibushi. And, not to be missed, Chris Jericho will be taking on Will Ospreay in a matchup that promises to be nothing short of explosive.
With such a lineup, AEW’s All In pay-per-view promises to be an unforgettable event for wrestling enthusiasts around the world. Don't miss out!