AEW All In London is going down on August 27th, and we will have full coverage right here at Ringside News. If should be an exciting event, and one unexpected guest is now expected for the massive stadium event.
AEW is already going to bring in Will Ospreay for the All In London show. That being said, Tony Khan is expected to start booking that big event tonight on AEW Dynamite.
Sean Sapp noted behind Fightful’s paywall that, “The Whole F’n Show just might be on The Biggest F’n Show outside of WWE in history.” That being said, AEW is thinking about giving Rob Van Dam a call to work their Wembley Stadium Show.
Fightful Select has learned that there have been internal discussions regarding possibly bringing in former WWE Champion Rob Van Dam. Specifically one of the ideas that we heard mentioned him facing FTW Champion Jack Perry at All In or All Out, though none of this is confirmed as of yet.
Rob Van Dam has never made an All Elite Wrestling appearance as of yet, but in the past couple of weeks, Jack Perry has been targeting several ECW alumni. In addition to holding the FTW title, he took verbal aim at Taz, and was face-to-face with Jerry Lynn.
It was also noted that the 52-year old WWE Hall of Famer hasn’t wrestled on United States television in nearly three years. His last match was with IMPACT Wrestling. However, “he’s stayed semi-active, competing every year since 1990, and even working a NOAH date in 2022.”
RVD last appeared on television as part of the 2023 WWE Draft. He was brought in for both nights of the draft to read picks, but he was not seen in the ring.
We will have to see if AEW lands RVD for All In London, because that could be a big addition to the card. UK fans might also love seeing the Whole F’n Show in that setting. It will also take up another spot on the card that will not go to an AEW star. After all, some stars were upset when news broke that Will Ospreay, a NJPW talent, was getting a match on the card.
What’s your take on RVD getting booked for All In London? Sound off in the comments to let us know what you think!