AEW All In Predictions, Preview, and Odds (Aug 27)
- Biggest wrestling show in history takes place at Wembley Stadium on Sunday
- AEW All In is set to break attendance records, with over 84,000 fans set be in attendance
The eyes of the wrestling world will be on Wembley Stadium on Sunday, August 27, 2023, as the biggest show on the calendar will take place. AEW All In will be attended by over 84,000 fans, and it will be the first ever wrestling event to be staged at Wembley since SummerSlam in 1992.
How To Watch
- When: Sunday, August 27, 2023
- Where: Wembley Stadium, London, England
- How To Watch: PPV
MJF vs Adam Cole
The main event on the biggest night in professional wrestling will see MJF defend his AEW World Championship against Adam Cole. The stars teamed with great effect to reach the final of the Blind Eliminator Tournament, but they were eventually beaten for the tag team championships by FTR.
MJF and Cole will be pulling double duty at All In, as they will also challenge for the tag team championships against Aussie Open on the Pre-Show. That match will set the tone for the main event, but we would be surprised to see the reigning champion drop the gold.
CM Punk vs Samoa Joe
CM Punk’s rivalry with Samoa Joe stretches back to their days on the independent circuit. However, their feud will come to an end at All In, as they compete for the ‘Real World Championship’.
Punk claimed a first win over Joe in the Owen Hart Cup, before the two clashed at Collision: Fight for the Fallen, setting up this title showdown between the stars. However, like the other championship match, we would be surprised to see a change in championship holder.
Hikaru Shida vs Saraya vs Britt Baker vs Toni Storm
There will be a fatal four way match to determine the AEW Women’s World Champion at All in. Hikaru Shida beat Toni Storm to win the title on Dynamite 200, and it was announced the following week that she would defend the title in a four-way encounter.
Storm was immediately added to that match, before Saraya defeated Skye Blue and Britt Baker overcame The Bunny. However, we could see a popular winner of the match this weekend, with Saraya landing the biggest win of her career in front of a home crowd.