AEW has an issue coming up with All In London on August 27th, and then All Out is September 3rd. They are trying to recreate a failed Vince McMahon experiment with those double pay-per-view events, and they didn’t even have much booked on the card. That changed on Collision this week.
AEW already booked MJF vs Adam Cole in the main event of the Wembley Stadium show on August 27th. All In London needs more matches than just a main event, even though the show is already a practical sell-out.
On the August 5th, 2023 episode of AEW Collision, while so many fans were watching SummerSlam, some developments unfolded as two fresh matches were arranged for the upcoming 2023 AEW All In event in London, England. One of those matches has a ton of history between the two competitors already.
During the event, Samoa Joe threw down a promo, challenging CM Punk to a match at All In London. That match will happen, adding another huge match to their storied rivalry. Also, FTR stepped up and invited the Young Bucks to settle their score in a decisive rubber match between the two teams.
We will have to see what else AEW books for the All In London card. Will Ospreay vs Chris Jericho is also expected. Only time will tell how Tony Khan is able to carry angles over to the All Out card the next week. After all, we have not heard whether AEW expects fans to shell out two $50 price tags for pay-per-views in the next 30 days or not.
What’s your take on AEW arranging All In and All Out back-to-back like this? Sound off in the comments to let us know what you think!