More changes have been made to AEW All In just days away from the show.
The card for the historic event seemed to be set in stone, but as seen on the go-home episode of Dynamite, more last-minute changes have been made.
Darby Allin teamed with Nick Wayne to take on Swerve Strickland and AR Fox in a Tornado Tag Team match. Allin was taken out on the outside, leaving a bloody Wayne to fend for himself. Fox hit multiple big moves to try and end the match, but Wayne was resilient and would not stay down. Wayne would surprise Fox with a pin attempt as Allin held Strickland from breaking it up.
After the match, Strickland was furious with the result and declared that Fox had been fired from The Embassy and was attacked by Brian Cage. Allin, Wayne and Sting would come to the rescue of Fox, with Allin forgiving Fox for the attacks that took place a few weeks ago. The question was then put to Strickland of who would replace Fox, which brought out Christian Cage and Luchasaurus.
Christian Cage would target Nick Wayne, making multiple references to Wayne’s deceased father. Cage ended the tirade by revealing that he would stand alongside Strickland in the Tag Team Coffin match.
AEW All In Changes Continue
The removal of AR Fox is the latest change to the card that has been rewritten on multiple occasions. Earlier in the program, Rey Fenix was brutally attacked by The Blackpool Combat Club, writing the former Tag Team Champion off of TV and unavailable for the match at All In. This confirms reports that came out earlier in the week that Fenix would be unable to travel and would have to be pulled from the Stadium Stampede.
With the show already proving to be popular with strong ticket sales and pay-per-view pre-orders, All In looks set to be one of the most important shows in wrestling history.