Mercedes Mone also showed up during the Zero Hour show, and she made quite a statement without saying anything. There are a lot of possibilities with Mercedes Mone in AEW, but Tony Khan made it clear that Mone was only there to watch All In London.

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During the media scrum after AEW All In London, Tony Khan was asked about Mercedes Mone being in Wembley Stadium for AEW All In London. TK made it clear that Mercedes isn’t even cleared, but then he mentioned her history with Willow Nightingale before saying that there are a lot of possibilities.

“I thought it would be excellent to have one of the best international stars right now, Mercedes Mone, at All In, and her last match was in NJPW against our very own Willow Nightingale.”


“She also got to see the AEW Women’s Championship match. She’s not cleared because of her injuries, but I thought it would be good to take in the show, definitely a lot of potential things can happen there. NJPW has had great experiences working with her. She’s not cleared, but I figured if she took in the greatest pro wrestling crowd of all time and take in the atmosphere.”

AEW certainly has a lot of plans for the future, and that might include Mercedes Mone. That being said, she isn’t cleared to compete yet, but that’s not to say things aren’t in motion.

We previously reported that Mercedes Mone is interested in doing something with AEW. Only time will tell when that happens, because she is also getting over a recent ankle injury.

What’s your take on this story? Do you want to see Mercedes Mone in AEW? Sound off in the comments to let us know what you’re thinking!

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