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AEW All In UK Start Time: What is it?

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Back in 2018, the wrestling landscape underwent a seismic shift with an event named “All In.” This groundbreaking event paved the way for the birth of All Elite Wrestling (AEW). Fast forward five years, and AEW is making waves once again, this time by bringing the iconic AEW All In event to London’s prestigious Wembley Stadium on Sunday, August 27th.

The main event promises to be a thrilling encounter as AEW World Champion MJF squares off against Adam Cole. But before that, both wrestlers will join forces on the “Zero Hour” pre-show, challenging Aussie Open for the ROH Tag Team Championship.

The event also boasts the largest-ever Stadium Stampede match. This colossal battle will see the Blackpool Combat Club’s Jon Moxley, Claudio Castagnoli, and Wheeler Yuta team up with the returning Santana and Ortiz. Their opponents? A formidable team comprising Eddie Kingston, Orange Cassidy, Best Friends, and Penta.

Another highlight is the return of NJPW’s Will Ospreay to AEW, where he will face off against Chris Jericho. Fans are in for a treat as Jericho’s band, Fozzy, is set to play him to the ring, ensuring a memorable entrance.

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AEW All In: The Show’s Significance

With over 80,000 tickets already sold and a total of 10 matches scheduled for the main show, “All In” is shaping up to be one of the most unforgettable wrestling events in history.

While WWE’s SummerSlam 1992 at Wembley holds a cherished spot in the hearts of UK wrestling aficionados, “All In” is poised to be a worthy successor.

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The Full Match Card

  • MJF vs. Adam Cole – AEW World Championship
  • CM Punk vs. Samoa Joe – ‘Real World Championship’
  • Hikaru Shida vs. Toni Storm, Saraya, and Britt Baker – AEW Women’s World Championship
  • FTR vs. The Young Bucks – AEW World Tag Team Championship
  • Darby Allin and Sting vs. Swerve Strickland and Christian Cage – Coffin match
  • Kota Ibushi, Kenny Omega, and “Hangman” Adam Page vs. Juice Robinson, Jay White, and Konosuke Takeshita
  • Chris Jericho vs. Will Ospreay
  • Eddie Kingston, Penta El Zero, Orange Cassidy, Chuck Taylor, and Trent Beretta vs. Jon Moxley, Claudio Castagnoli, Wheeler Yuta, Santana, and Ortiz – Stadium Stampede match
  • House of Black vs The Acclaimed and Billy Gunn – AEW Trios Championship
  • Jack Perry vs HOOK – FTW Championship

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AEW All In UK Time: When to Tune In

For UK fans eagerly awaiting the event, “All In Wembley” kicks off at 6 pm on Sunday, August 27th. If you’re looking to catch the “Zero Hour” pre-show, make sure to tune in an hour earlier at 5 pm.

For our friends across the pond in the US, the event starts at 1 pm ET on the same day, with the pre-show commencing at 12 pm ET.

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How to Watch

In the UK, fans can order “All In” through FITE TV. Meanwhile, US viewers can catch the action on B/R Live or traditional pay-per-view channels.

Regular AEW programming, including Dynamite and Rampage, is available on FITE for UK viewers, while US audiences can watch on TBS and TNT.

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