Wembley Stadium has hosted pro wrestling history before, and it appears they will do it again. AEW is bringing All In London to the famous venue on August 27th, but a celebration of the stadium’s history left some less than enthused.

Wembley Stadium’s official Twitter account shared a 100-year anniversary poster of various people that have performed at the venue over the years. A lot of people made that list, but Bret Hart and The British Bulldog were absent.

Bret Hart and Davey Boy Smith competed in the main event of WWE SummerSlam 1992, but they were not included in the poster. Several people expressed disappointment with the snub including Davey Boy Smith Jr. who wrote the following on Twitter.

Wow. How disappointing. You guys completely disregarded what my dad and Bret did, and the history they made there.


Wembley Stadium has not responded to this tweet as of this writing. The British Bulldog’s Twitter account certainly drew a lot of attention with this tweet. Only time will tell if they put Bret Hart and Smith on that graphic in the future.

What’s your take on this situation with Wembley Stadium? Will AEW All In London be the most famous pro wrestling event in the venue’s history when everything is said and done? Sound off in the comments!

Felix Upton

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