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AEW All In: MASSIVE SCRAPPED match revealed

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AEW All In, scheduled to take place at the iconic Wembley Stadium on August 27th, has been the talk of the wrestling community.

With a card that promises high-octane action, fans are eagerly awaiting the event. However, recent revelations have shed light on a significant change in the match line-up that has left many intrigued.

The Stadium Stampede match, one of the most anticipated bouts of the evening, has undergone a significant transformation. Originally, the match was set to feature the Blackpool Combat Club’s Jon Moxley, Claudio Castagnoli, Wheeler Yuta, Santana, and Ortiz squaring off against Eddie Kingston, Penta El Zero Miedo, Orange Cassidy, and the Best Friends. Yet, the wrestling world was taken aback when Rey Fenix had to withdraw from the match due to Visa complications.

However, this wasn’t the only twist in the tale. Dave Meltzer revealed on Wrestling Observer Radio that the initial plan for the Stadium Stampede match was entirely different. The original bout was envisioned as a three-way clash, with the Blackpool Combat Club facing off against both Orange Cassidy & the Best Friends and the Death Triangle.

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Injuries, unfortunately, are a part and parcel of the wrestling business. Pac, another prominent wrestler, had to be removed from the show due to an injury.

Such last-minute changes can be challenging for promoters, wrestlers, and fans alike. However, they also add an element of unpredictability to the event, keeping the audience on the edge of their seats.

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The Impact for All Elite

While changes to match cards are not uncommon in the world of professional wrestling, the magnitude of the alterations for AEW All In is noteworthy.

The event, set in the grandeur of London’s Wembley Stadium, is of significant importance to AEW. The company would undoubtedly want to put on a show that remains etched in the memories of fans for years to come.

The scrapped plans for the Stadium Stampede match, coupled with the unforeseen Visa issues and injuries, have certainly added a layer of intrigue to the event.

Fans and pundits will be keen to see how the revised match plays out and whether it lives up to the hype.

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