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AEW All In: All Elite star seemingly challenges former WWE Superstar

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Recently, a new challenge has emerged in AEW where Andrade El Idolo has seemingly thrown down the gauntlet to Malakai Black for AEW All In.

This challenge has set the stage for a potential showdown at AEW All In, promising a thrilling encounter between two top-tier talents.

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The Backstory: A Feud and a Mask

Andrade’s return to AEW Collision on June 17th marked the beginning of an intense feud with the House of Black.

The conflict escalated when the group stole Andrade’s cherished mask, a symbol of his wrestling heritage.

Determined to reclaim it, Andrade emerged victorious in a Ladder Match against Buddy Matthews on the July 29th episode of AEW Collision, winning back his mask.

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AEW All In: The Challenge – Mexico vs. Netherlands

With his mask retrieved, Andrade’s focus has now shifted to Malakai Black. In a cryptic tweet, Andrade expressed his desire for “the next one,” without naming anyone explicitly.

He hinted at a face-to-face encounter at AEW All In, noting that his challenger is European and should face him among his people.

The tweet concluded with “Mexico vs. Netherlands,” referencing Andrade’s Mexican heritage and Black’s Dutch roots.

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Andrade’s Response to Criticism

In the wake of criticism regarding AEW Collision’s viewership, Andrade took to social media to highlight the brand’s depth of talent.

He expressed respect for all AEW talents and emphasised the achievements of AEW Collision in its first three weeks on television. Andrade’s statement underscored the importance of competition for the company’s growth and success.

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