Cash Wheeler was successfully released from custody in Orange County, Florida yesterday, paving the way for his anticipated appearance on tonight’s AEW Collision. The spotlight will also shine on Dax Harwood, his fellow FTR partner, as both are prominently featured on the live broadcast scheduled on TNT this evening.
The recent chapter in Wheeler’s journey took an unexpected turn as he was taken into custody in the early hours of last Friday.
The arrest stemmed from serious charge of aggravated assault involving a firearm, an incident that transpired back on July 28. The severity of the situation is underscored by the third-degree felony Wheeler now faces, with allegations pointing to him for displaying a firearm during the incident.
Despite the recent turmoil, Cash Wheeler’s wrestling aspirations remain steadfast. Fans can anticipate his involvement in a tag team title match set to unfold at AEW All In on Sunday, August 27. The grand stage for this showdown is none other than Wembley Stadium, where Wheeler and his partner are slated to take on the formidable duo, The Young Bucks. AEW’s commitment to his participation in the event was evident even as of the latest Rampage episode.
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