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AEW All In: BIG TITLE MATCH Not Expected to Take Place at the Show

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Wrestling enthusiasts around the globe have been eagerly awaiting the AEW All In event at London’s iconic Wembley Stadium. However, recent developments have left fans both surprised and disappointed.

One of the most talked-about potential matches, which fans had been fervently hoping would be added to the AEW All In card, has now been officially ruled out.

This revelation came to light during the AEW Collision event.

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The TBS Championship Feud Continues, but not at AEW All In

The ongoing feud between TBS Champion Kris Statlander and the Outcasts’ Ruby Soho has been a highlight across AEW’s Dynamite and Rampage shows.

Their interactions, which have kept fans on the edge of their seats, were addressed during the recent AEW Collision.

In a backstage interview, Ruby Soho threw down the gauntlet, officially challenging Kris Statlander for her TBS Championship. However, this challenge is set for the AEW All Out pay-per-view, which is scheduled to take place in Chicago on Sunday, September 3rd.

This is a week after the much-anticipated All In event at Wembley.

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Kris Statlander’s Absence from London and AEW All In

Adding to the intrigue, Kris Statlander shared on her Instagram that she wouldn’t be in London for the All In show.

This post further solidified the fact that the much-anticipated match between her and Ruby Soho would not be taking place at Wembley.

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Women’s World Championship Four-Way

With the Statlander-Soho match off the table, the only women’s bout set for Wembley is the Women’s World Championship four-way.

This match will feature wrestling powerhouses Hikaru Shida, Toni Storm, Britt Baker, and Saraya, ensuring that the event will still have a significant women’s match to look forward to.

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