Three matches that are reportedly being discussed for AEW: All In have been revealed.
There is now less than a month until AEW: All In and no official matches have been announced for the show. Though, with only a few hours to go until AEW Dynamite’s 200th episode, SEScoops have learned of three potential matchups for the Wembley Stadium show.
Firstly, being discussed is FTR vs. The Young Bucks for the AEW World Tag Team Championships. This would be the third match between the two, with one win apiece respectively.
The Young Bucks recently signed new multi-year contracts with AEW and culminated a long-running feud with the Blackpool Combat Club at Blood & Guts. Both FTR and The Young Bucks are said to want their trilogy to come to a head at Wembley Stadium.
“The first match is The Young Bucks vs. FTR for the AEW World tag team titles.
“Both FTR and the Young Bucks are wanting the third match in their trilogy to be at the Wembley show.”
Secondly, former WWE Champion and ECW Legend Rob Van Dam is in talks to be the potential matchup for Jack Perry at AEW All In.
Formerly known as ‘Jungle Boy’; Jack Perry is currently the FTW Champion and will be face-to-face with another ECW Legend Jerry Lynn at tonight’s AEW Dynamite 200th Episode.
“WWE Hall of Famer Rob Van Dam has been in talks with AEW about wrestling at All In.
“We’ve been told ‘Jungle Boy’ Jack Perry is the frontrunner to be his opponent, another detail corroborated by (Sean Ross Sapp).”
Lastly, being discussed for AEW All In is Jeff Jarrett vs. Grado, in either a tag team or singles match. This comes after Jarrett’s appearance on TalkSport where Jarrett hits Grado with his patented guitar shot.
“Finally, another match that’s in the works is Jeff Jarrett vs. Grado, either in a singles match or in a tag match.”
Fans had started to question the fact that AEW haven’t yet officially announced anything for the Wembley show, however, Tony Khan recently spoke to Screenrant where he suggested that tonight’s 200th edition of Dynamite is the right time to begin revealing the card.
“AEW Dynamite 200, given that [we are] four weeks out from Wembley Stadium, starting tonight, it feels like this is the perfect place to begin announcing the card.”
Fans will be eagerly anticipating any indication of what the direction is heading into Wembley that may come on tonight’s show. Of course, we’ve seen the potential matchups but what officially gets confirmed still remains to be seen.
As always, we’ll aim to provide any further updates on the card for AEW: All In as we hear more.