AEW Add New PPV To Schedule

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AEW is adding yet another pay-per-view to its schedule.

All In at Wembley Stadium proved to be a huge success for AEW as the show smashed the record for the biggest paid attendance in wrestling history. With the show proving so popular, the company announced that it will be returning to Wembley once again in 2024 as All In returns on August 25th.

At the post-All In press conference, Tony Khan confirmed that the company is also bringing another new pay-per-view to its schedule with WrestleDream set to take place on October 1st in Seattle. The show will take place on the first anniversary of Antonio Inoki’s death and Khan noted that the show will pay tribute to the Japanese icon. Tony Khan also noted he’s been in touch with New Japan Pro Wrestling and is hopeful of some of its stars being part of the event.

What happened at AEW All In?

The night of action in Wembley Stadium was book-ended by MJF and Adam Cole putting their friendship to the ultimate test. They began the night on the same side as Better Than You Bay-Bay nailed their double clothesline on Aussie Open to win the Ring of Honor Tag Team Championship.

In the main event, Cole and MJF did battle over the AEW World Title with MJF picking up the win after the bout was originally declared a draw after both men dropped the other with a clothesline. The crowd was relieved that despite teases, no man turned on the other and they ended the night celebrating their success.

New champions were also crowned as The Acclaimed and Bad Ass Billy Gunn claimed the AEW Trios Title from The House of Black and Saraya rocked Wembley Stadium to win the AEW Women’s Championship where she shared an emotional celebration with her family.