Whilst there have been plenty of posters giving guidance who will be at Wembley Stadium for AEW All In 2024, Tony Khan has officially confirmed the first wrestler who will be there.
It was a historic event when AEW headed to the United Kingdom for the first time, with a record-breaking attendance at Wembley Stadium for All In 2023.
Although Tony Khan has admitted that AEW All In 2023 was a really hard day, especially with the actions which led to CM Punk being let go by the company, it was widely received as one of the best pay-per-views of the year and it was no surprise when the show closed with the announcement of a return in 2024.
Bryan Danielson Will Be At All In 2024
In an announcement made on the 11th November 2023 edition of AEW Collision, AEW head honcho Tony Khan confirmed that ‘The American Dragon’ Bryan Danielson will be competing when the company heads back to London for the second event at the historic stadium.
The first entrant?
The American Dragon @bryandanielson!
— All Elite Wrestling (@AEW) November 12, 2023
As part of the announcement, Tony Khan also introduced an all-new AEW tournament.