AEW All In is set to go down in Wembley Stadium on August 27th, and history was set to be made. The Zero-Hour show already saw Bray Wyatt tribute, and a return. They also saw a title change go down.

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Aussie Open defended the ROH Tag Team Titles against Adam Cole and MJF during the first match of the Zero-Hour show in Wembley Stadium. As fans filed into the building, they had quite a match to see.

After a nice match, and teasing their signature spots, MJF was finally able to nail a kangaroo kick, which turned out to be a dropkick onto both Aussie Open. Then he tagged in Adam Cole, and they nailed a double clothesline to win the ROH Tag Team Titles.


This was a big way to open up AEW All In London, and now ROH has new champions. Needless to say, this makes their impending AEW World Title match so much more interesting.

What’s your take on these new champions? Sound off in the comments to let us know what you think!

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