With AEW’s debut in the UK only weeks away, the card is still a mystery with no matches having been announced so far. Andrade wants to change all that and has taken matters into his own hands. On social media, the star laid down the gauntlet to Malakai Black, saying it makes sense since he’s European, so in London it will be “with his people.”
“I want the next one!!! I would like to see you face to face at All In London because you are European and it is with your people.
🇲🇽 Mexico 💀vs 🇳🇱 Netherlands 🕋.”
— “EL IDOLO” ANDRADE (@AndradeElIdolo) July 31, 2023
Since returning to AEW on the debut episode of Collision, El Idolo has been embroiled in a feud with the House of Black. So far, he has defeated Brody King – albeit by DQ – and Buddy Matthews twice.
The second of their bouts was a Ladder match with Andrade’s mask hanging above the ring, having been stolen by the House of Black weeks before. He was able to reclaim the mask at the end of an intense match which also saw interference from Julia Hart.
Now, he has his sites set higher with the leader of the faction, Malakai Black himself. The pair have met several times before, having had a rivalry while they were in NXT. This included an acclaimed match at TakeOver: New Orleans back in 2018.
Two more top names set for an unexpected match at AEW All In
While many fans had hoped to see Will Ospreay face off with Kenny Omega one more time at All In, it looks like the company has other plans for the English star.
A recent report from Fightful Select has claimed that Ospreay will clash with former AEW World Champion Chris Jericho. Not only that, but Don Callis is likely to be invovled in the bout, but it is unknown whose side he will be on.