AEW All In London is coming up on August 27th, and the big Wembley Stadium event will now have an Icon in tow. Sting returned on AEW Dynamite this week, and he made his presence felt in a big way.

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Darby Allin came out to confront Swerve Strickland and his stable this week on AEW Dynamite. They were still rubbing in that attack on Nick Wayne from last week.

Darby Allin brought up his history with AR Fox once again. Then he reminded them that he has friends in AEW as well. That is when the lights went down, and they came back up to reveal that Sting was in the ring.


Sting’s last match was on June 28th in a tornado tag team match on AEW Dynamite. He’s been out of action since then. Tony Schaivone noted on commentary that the Stinger has been out of action with an injury.

Sting simply backed Swerve Strickland up to the turnbuckle with his baseball bat and then he pointed at the All In London sign. We’re not sure what match will get booked, but they will certainly have quite a match with Sting.

That wasn’t the only match that AEW added to the All In London card this week. They also announced big four-way match for the AEW Women’s Title. Also, they added an explosive tag team encounter with FTR vs the Young Bucks for the AEW World Tag Team Titles. With the addition of MJF vs Adam Cole in the main event, we will have to see what Tony Khan has in store for the big card.

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