AEW All In London was a historic show even before the first match started. Then the Zero Hour kickoff show included two title changes. Adam Cole and MJF won the ROH Tag Team Titles. Also, Hook was able to take the FTW Title from Jack Perry. The title changes didn’t stop there.

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The second half of AEW All In London saw The House of Black defend the Trios Titles against The Acclaimed and “Bad Ass” Billy Gunn. This was a very physical match, and Billy Gunn had a lot of chances to prove that he can still deliver in the ring.

In the end, The Acclaimed and Billy Gunn were able to pull off the win. This came after a couple of near-falls, and the Wembley Stadium crowd was on their side the whole time.


After the match was over, The House of Black took the titles back, only to hand them back to The Acclaimed and Billy Gunn as a show of respect. The fans cheered in a big way to see this go down.

Anthony Bowens took the microphone after the match, and then he proceeded to throw “the biggest scissoring party” in history. As over 81,000 fans cheered for The Acclaimed, it was also apparent that Billy Gunn still has it in him to perform at a high level.

What’s your take on this title change at All In London? Sound off in the comments to let us know what you think!

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