A huge tag team match has been announced for All In with the Blackpool Combat Club set for Stadium Stampede in Wembley Stadium.
The biggest show in AEW history is coming up on Sunday, August 27th at Wembley Stadium in London, England – it’s called All In. It is being billed as the biggest wrestling show ever by AEW because they will have over 80,000+ fans paying to be there.
On AEW Dynamite in Nashville, Wheeler Yuta of the Blackpool Combat Club challenged Orange Cassidy for the AEW Intercontinental Title. Yuta came up short in the match, but the action didn’t stop there.
After the match, the Blackpool Combat Club’s Jon Moxley, ROH World Champion Claudio Castagnoli & Yuta attacked Cassidy, who was helped by his buddies the Best Friends – Chuck Taylor & Trent Berretta. That trio wasn’t enough to slow down the BCC because the Lucha Brothers (Penta & Fenix) joined the fight as well.
Eddie Kingston also made his return to AEW after more than a month away due to competing in the IWGP G1 Climax tournament, which has concluded.
During his promo, Kingston mentioned a huge tag team match being added for All In. It will be Kingston and five other wrestlers competing in a 12-man tag team match consisting of the Blackpool Combat Club’s three active members Moxley, Castagnoli & Yuta (Bryan Danielson is injured) and three partners of their choosing.
Blackpool Combat Club Will Be In The Third Stadium Stampede Match In AEW History
The Stadium Stampede Match at All In will be different than the first two editions because this time there will be fans in the seats.
At Double or Nothing 2020, the first Stadium Stampede match took place at TIAA Bank Field in Jacksonville, which is the home of the NFL’s Jaguars, who are owned by Tony Khan’s father Shahid Khan and their family. That was during the COVID-19 pandemic with no fans in attendance.
One year later at Double or Nothing 2021, AEW did a Stadium Stampede Match again in an empty stadium due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
At All In on August 27th, there will be over 80,000 fans in those seats as the BCC and Kingston’s team face off in what should be a chaotic match.