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Top AEW star reacts to being EXCLUDED from ALL IN match card

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Sammy Guevara has reacted to being left off the ALL IN match card.

AEW’s biggest show till date in ALL IN was a huge success for the company. With over 80,000 fans in attendance, the show broke the record for the largest paid attendance for a pro wrestling event.

The company matched the excitement of fans with many high-energy matches. However, despite the inclusion of as many as 6 multi-person matches on the card, the management wasn’t able to fit all of its roster on the show.

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Sammy Guevara comments on ALL IN exclusion

One such star that was left off the card was Sammy Guevara. The former TNT champion still got to experience the atmosphere at Wembley Stadium when he came out to support Chris Jericho in his bout against Will Ospreay. Commenting on his experience on his latest Vlog (H/t Fightful), Guevara said that it was a cr*zy thing to be part of:

“It’s wild seeing all those people in the crowd. I was only ringside, in Chris’ corner, but just to experience 81,000 people was pretty sick. Chris had fireworks going off in his entrance, and they were going off above us, and he was singing his way to the ring. I just look around, I’m like, ‘Woah, this is f*cking nuts. This is cr*zy.'”

The former champion also addressed the people who were disappointed over his exclusion from the card. He promised to work hard and make it to the match card when AEW returns to the venue next year:

“I saw people disappointed I wasn’t wrestling this year, and it just is what it was. You can’t change what you can’t change. But what you can do is fucking work hard, bust your ass, and make sure that next year, they have no choice but to put me on the card. So that’s exactly what we’re gonna do.”

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Martin MacDonald