Expected Kenny Omega Matches for All In & All Out

AEW's arena buzzes with anticipation for Omega's next move

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Expected Kenny Omega Matches for All In & All Out

Kenny Omega, boasting accolades as a former AEW World Champion, AEW Tag Team Champion, and AEW Trios Tag Team Champion, not to mention his esteemed position as an Executive Vice President, remains an unparalleled star in the AEW firmament.

The impending event, "All In," scheduled for August 27th at the iconic Wembley Stadium, is set to break records, with expectations of over 80,000 fans in attendance. Given Omega's impressive portfolio, there's a growing sentiment in the wrestling community that he deserves a pivotal singles match spotlight during this monumental event.

Yet, recent insights from Dave Meltzer, the respected journalist behind the Wrestling Observer Newsletter, paint a different picture. Meltzer suggests that Omega might actually partake in tag team bouts for both "All In" and the subsequent "All Out" pay-per-view, slated for Sunday, September 3rd, in the Windy City, Chicago.

Drawing on his sources, Meltzer hinted at a possible face-off between Omega and Konosuke Takeshita at "All Out". Additionally, whispers about "All In" suggest a tantalizing match-up, with Omega teaming up with Adam Page and Kota Ibushi to take on the formidable trio of Jay White, Juice Robinson, and Takeshita.

However, these speculations remain just that - unconfirmed murmurs awaiting official validation.

Omega Teases 'All In' Plans

The burning question on everyone's mind regarding Omega's exact role in "All In" got a small tease recently.

During a segment on AEW Dynamite, Kenny Omega shared a moment with journalist Alex Marvez. While Marvez was eager to gain insights, Omega kept his cards close to his chest. However, he did tantalize fans with a promise: a forthcoming sit-down with the legendary Jim Ross on the next AEW Dynamite.

In this interview, Omega vowed to elucidate his plans for "All In," ensuring viewers would be glued to their screens. Meanwhile, Omega's allies, The Young Bucks, are gearing up for a titanic clash of their own. They're set to challenge FTR for the coveted AEW Tag Team Titles at "All In," a match announcement that set the wrestling community abuzz after its confirmation on Dynamite.

In sum, while the exact details of Omega's role remain shrouded in mystery, one thing is certain: "All In" and "All Out" are shaping up to be two unmissable events in the wrestling calendar.

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