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AEW Dynamite plans changed due to pandemic issues

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AEW reportedly had to make changes to this week’s episode of AEW Dynamite. It was noted in this week’s Wrestling Observer that All Elite had to change plans due to the ongoing pandemic.

Two All Elite stars have reportedly tested positive for COVID-19, and whilst it is not known publicly who the two stars are, it’s potentially a major issue for the company.

The match that was planned for this week’s episode of the show, but by the time the two performers had tested positive the company had not yet made the announcement.

This is potentially worrying news for the company, as they head towards their biggest PPV event ever in All Out 2021. The last thing that All Elite needs right now is a potential cancellation of matches for Sunday, September 5th.

Again, it has not been confirmed if these two stars will be back for this week’s Dynamite, nor who they actually are.

AEW Dynamite Changed

Here’s the current and updated card for AEW All Out 2021, which will be available on Bleacher Report PPV in the United States and on FITE TV in Europe and the United Kingdom.

  • AEW World Title Match – Impact World Champion Christian Cage vs. Kenny Omega (c)
  • AEW Women’s World Title Match – Kris Statlander vs. Britt Baker (c)
  • Steel Cage Match for the AEW World Tag Team Titles – Lucha Bros vs. The Young Bucks (c)
  • Chris Jericho vs. MJF – Jericho’s All Elite in-ring career will be on the line.
  • CM Punk vs. Darby Allin
  • PAC vs. Andrade El Idolo
  • Paul Wight vs. QT Marshall
  • Jon Moxley vs. Satoshi Kojima
  • The Buy In Pre-show: Women’s Casino Battle Royale: Nyla Rose, Julia Hart, Big Swole, The Bunny, Red Velvet, Thunder Rosa, Tay Conti, Penelope Ford, Diamante, 12 more competitors TBC – Winner earns a future shot at the AEW Women’s World Title.
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