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BIG former WWE and AEW name looking to return to the ring

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The wrestling world is abuzz with the news that Nigel McGuinness, a name that has worked with both WWE and AEW, is planning a return to the ring.

The former ROH World Champion’s comeback is eagerly anticipated by fans, and there are hints that he may make an appearance at AEW All In 2023.

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Nigel McGuinness Gearing Up for Return in AEW?

Nigel McGuinness is no stranger to the wrestling ring. Known for his tenure with Ring of Honor (ROH), he has been a prominent figure in the wrestling industry.

However, his last match was against Stevie Richards on an episode of TNA Xplosion in 2010. Now, after more than a decade, McGuinness is gearing up for his return.

According to a new report from Fightful Select, McGuinness has been taking measures that hint at his in-ring return. Although it’s unclear if he has been officially cleared to wrestle, the excitement surrounding his potential comeback is palpable.

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AEW All In 2023: A Possible Venue

The August 27th AEW All In 2023 pay-per-view event at Wembley Stadium in London, England, has been mentioned in connection with McGuinness’ return. However, as of now, there are no confirmed plans for him to wrestle at this event.

The speculation alone has created a buzz among fans, and the anticipation is building: “We [Fightful Select] can confirm that McGuinness was brought up in recent months as a possible competitor on the AEW All In card. However, we can’t confirm if there are plans in order for him to wrestle, or if it’s been broached internally by All Elite Wrestling.”

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