A new match was added to the All In card after Dynamite went off of the air.
In what was a long night for everyone in attendance, AEW taped Rampage and Collision on August 23rd due to travelling to the UK for the inaugural European show at Wembley Stadium.
As noted by those in attendance, a segment that will air on the August 18th Collision will have implications for the pay-per-view that takes place 24 later.
As seen in spoilers obtained via Fightful, FTW Champion Jack Perry came to the ring to retire the title. Perry was interrupted by HOOK, who drove the champion through a table and set up the title match for All In. Later in the show, HOOK was revealed as a mystery partner for CM Punk, Sting and Darby Allin to face the team of Jay White, Luchasaurus, Swerve Strickland and Brian Cage.
The addition of the FTW Championship to the card now means that 10 matches have been made official for the main card along with the Ring of Honor Tag Team Championship match announced for the pre-show.
AEW All In Sees Further Changes To Announced Card
The historic pay-per-view saw multiple alterations occur on the go-home episode of Dynamite. Along with the addition of the FTW title match, the Stadium Stampede match was changed to a 10-person match and saw one participant pulled from the match. Additionally, a tag team match has seen one of the participants replaced just 4 days before the show.
With all AEW content now filmed prior to the London show, one match that many fans were hoping for looks to be not taking place after all.