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AEW WrestleDream: HUGE match made official for PPV event

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The wrestling world is buzzing with excitement as another colossal match has been confirmed for the AEW WrestleDream 2023.

This pay-per-view event, set to take place in Seattle, Washington on October 1st, 2023, promises to be a spectacle that fans won’t want to miss.

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AEW WrestleDream: Swerve Strickland vs. Hangman Adam Page

Swerve Strickland, a Pacific Northwest native, has thrown down the gauntlet for a bout on the night of AEW WrestleDream. This challenge came after a dramatic episode of AEW Dynamite this week.

During a fierce match between Hangman Adam Page and Brian Cage, Strickland made his presence felt, distracting Page. Although Hangman managed to secure a victory against the Mogul Embassy, Strickland remained unfazed.

In a bold move, Strickland announced that he wouldn’t wait for Hangman Adam Page to call him out. Instead, he chose to challenge Page in Seattle, the city he proudly calls home. The challenge was accepted, and thus, the stage was set for Swerve Strickland to face off against Hangman Adam Page at the inaugural AEW WrestleDream event.

However, the drama didn’t end there. After accepting the challenge, Hangman was ambushed by Brian Cage and the dancing Prince Nana. Thankfully for Hangman, his allies, the Young Bucks, were close by. They swiftly intervened, ensuring that Hangman and his team stood tall by the end of the night. But the animosity between these factions is far from over, hinting at more electrifying confrontations in the future.

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More Exciting Match-ups on the Horizon?

While the Strickland vs. Page match is making headlines, there are whispers of other potential showdowns at WrestleDream.

Don Callis hinted that Konosuke Takeshita might be setting his sights on Kota Ibushi, with the intention of further undermining Kenny Omega.

In addition to this, the latest episode of AEW Dynamite revealed challengers for both Saraya’s AEW Women’s World Championship and MJF’s AEW World Championship.

These announcements have added to the growing anticipation for next week’s Dynamite Grand Slam.

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AEW WrestleDream: Not Just Another Wrestling Event

AEW WrestleDream 2023 is shaping up to be more than just another wrestling event. With the combination of high-octane matches, dramatic storylines, and the promise of unexpected twists, fans are in for a treat.

The wrestling community is eagerly waiting to see how these narratives unfold, and which wrestlers will emerge victorious from their respective battles.

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