AEW All In London is set to go down on August 27th, and Wembley Stadium will be quite a sight on Sunday. That show will be on during the afternoon for fans in America, but it will be a huge night in the UK. That night of wrestling will probably see a change as well.

Tony Khan stated during the press conference to hype the show that the AEW All In London card will go through some changes. It was later reported that Fenix will not be able to make the trip, but they will apparently explain things in the storyline.

PW Insider noted that the Stadium Stampede match, a match in which Fenix was set to perform in, will see an alternation. This is interesting, and it makes us wonder who will get in that slot. After all, they still had three spots left to announce on the Blackpool Combat Club’s side of things.

The belief is the changes Tony Khan were referring to for the All In card will likely impact the Stadium Stampede match. There was a rumor making the rounds yesterday that AR Fox may not be able to go to London for the show, but we haven’t been able to substantiate those stories as fact. There are also reports that Rey Fenix may not be able to make it due to a visa issue.


We are uncertain why Rey Fenix can’t make the trip to London for AEW All In. That is a shame, because the Stadium Stampede in a packed Wembley Stadium might be epic. That being said, we are not certain how they will present that match, because it’s always possible that they could pre-tape that match to deliver an unforgettable performance in an empty Wembley Stadium.

Fenix has experienced some speed bumps during his time in AEW due to injury. He is also very tough, and has been known to work through being hurt. Hopefully, whatever is keeping Rey Fenix from All In isn’t something that will cause a longer hiatus.

AEW has already pulled in some massive response for All In London. They even topped 90,000 advance pay-per-view buys, which is impressive to pull in 2023. Obviously, there is a ton of interest, and we can’t wait to provide you complete coverage here at Ringside News.

What’s your take on AEW All In London? Which match are you excited about most? Sound off in the comments to let us know what you’re thinking!

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