AEW has experienced tremendous growth over the past four years, continually making history with their upcoming events. AEW All In stands as the company’s largest event to date, marking several historic milestones. However, it seems AEW has decided to replace Adam Copeland on this year’s All In poster after he suffered an injury.

Adam Copeland ended up taking too much of a risk at Double or Nothing after performing a dive from the top of a steel cage. Adam Copeland then revealed that he suffered fractured tibia following the dangerous spot against Malakai Black.

Due to his injury, the Rated R Superstar will be unable to compete at All In at Wembley Stadium this year. Therefore, it is no surprise that AEW decided to replace Adam Copeland from this year’s All In poster.

The WWE Hall of Famer has been replaced by none other than MJF. Julia Hart was also replaced by Mariah May and interestingly enough, Jack Perry was added to the newly updated poster.


Adam Copeland has confirmed that he underwent surgery for his injury, but it will be quite a while until he makes a full recovery and returns to the squared circle. Therefore, all he can do is watch All In on the sidelines and cheer his co-workers on.

Are you looking forward to AEW All In this year despite Adam Copeland’s absence? Let us know in the comments section below!

Subhojeet Mukherjee

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