Tony Khan knows exactly when the build to All In will begin.
All In is set to be the biggest show in AEW history by quite some distance when the four-year-old company invades Wembley Stadium in London, England on the 27th of August. The event has been such a roaring success that it could well become the biggest ticket-selling show in all of wrestling history when all is said and done but with just a few weeks to go until the event, no matches have been announced. But that is
Speaking to the Orlando Sentinel, Tony Khan revealed that All In matches will start to be announced on Dynamite live in Tampa, Florida, and says the timing of it is perfect:
“Looking at the path we’d be on this summer towards All In at Wembley, I always felt tonight in Tampa would be the perfect place to begin match announcements and officially take that next step. It’s perfect timing, the perfect amount of excitement. The 200th episode is important to the network and to the fans. It’s a major milestone for Dynamite, and it happens to be four weeks out from All In.”
What does Tony Khan have planned for Dynamite?
While it remains to be seen just what Tony Khan has planned for All In, the plans for Dynamite in Tampa are a lot clearer.
The 200th edition of AEW’s flagship show will see the team that put the Elite into AEW in action as Kenny Omega and The Young Bucks take on Jeff Jarrett, Satnam Singh, and Jay Lethal in a big trios match.
The Jericho Appreciation Society might take one step closer to the abyss as Chris Jericho teams with Konosuke Takeshita to take on Daniel Garcia and Sammy Guevara. But with three members of the JAS involved in the action, it might be Takeshita who needs to watch his back.
A three way anything goes match will pit three AEW originals against one another as Jon Moxley does battle with Trent Baretta and Penta El Zero M.
There will also be two title matches on the show as Aussie Open defends the ROH Tag Team Championship against El Hijo del Vikingo and Komander while Toni Storm puts the AEW Women’s Title on the line against former champion Hikaru Shida.