Paul Wight Confirms Status For AEW All In

Paul Wight

Paul Wight could be one big attraction when AEW produces the biggest show in company history.

AEW is coming to the UK for the very first time in August and Tony Khan’s company has well and truly gone All In as they will run the mammoth Wembley Stadium in London, England. Surpassing many people’s expectations, All In has already sold over 75,000 tickets before a single match for the event has been announced.

Speaking to DAZN ahead of All In, AEW star Paul Wight indicated that he would be in London for the event but stopped short of revealing if he plans to get back in the ring:

“Odds are, I would have to say, if I was a betting person — because I’m not allowed to stooge— I’d say the odds are pretty good that I’ll be here for All In.”

Wight went on to add that given his career in the business, he understands what its like to be in front of a crowd as the one that will pack Wembley Stadium and says some of the company’s younger stars haven’t fully grasped just how big it will be:

“I haven’t even worked in front of a UK crowd this big. I know what it means. I think some of the other guys that have worked bigger shows like this know what it means. I think some of our younger talent haven’t comprehended it yet because they haven’t worked in front of a crowd like this.”

Has Paul Wight Wrestled In AEW?

Paul Wight joined AEW back in March 2021 and has primarily been used as a commentator in the company, calling matches on Dark and Elevation. However, the former WWE and WCW Champion has laced up his boots in AEW on four occasions with three of those taking place on Elevation.

His most notable in-ring outing in AEW came in his debut match for the promotion when he made quick work of QT Marshall at All Out 2021.