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AEW All In: BIG star NOT BOOKED for show appears in London

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The wrestling world is abuzz with the latest news from the AEW (All Elite Wrestling) universe. As fans eagerly anticipate the AEW All In event at Wembley Stadium in London, a surprising development has emerged.

A prominent AEW star, who isn’t scheduled for any matches at the event, has been seen in the British capital.

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AEW All In: Sammy Guevara’s Unexpected Appearance

Sammy Guevara, a notable figure in the AEW roster, has not been officially listed for any matches at the AEW All In event.

However, recent social media activity suggests otherwise. Guevara took to his social media platforms to share photographs of himself in iconic London locations, including the historic Big Ben and the very venue of the event, Wembley Stadium.

His caption, “London I made it #LFG #AEWAllIn”, has left fans speculating about his potential involvement in the event.

The Chris Jericho Connection

While Guevara’s presence in London is confirmed, the reason for his visit remains a mystery.

Some fans speculate that he might be in the city to support Chris Jericho during his match against Will Ospreay.

Interestingly, Guevara was not seen during a recent altercation in London between Jericho and Ospreay, which took place at an independent wrestling show.

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AEW All In: What to Expect

The AEW All In event at Wembley Stadium promises to be an epic showdown, with several matches lined up and fans from all over the world tuning in.

With Guevara’s unexpected appearance in London and the buzz it has generated, one can only wonder if there are any surprise segments or matches in store for the audience.

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