As AEW All In London is mere days away and it has taken central focus in the world of pro wrestling for a variety of reasons. On the bright side of things, it has now sold more tickets than any other pro wrestling event in history, surpassing WWE WrestleMania 32’s record. On the not-so-bright side, AEW World Tag Team Champion Cash Wheeler was arrested this past Thursday in Orlando, and while FTR versus The Young Bucks looks to be moving forward, Tony Khan noted earlier today on a media call that he is keeping a close eye on that situation.
Continuing the AEW All In London news cycle, Chris Jericho took to social media today and made a big Fozzy-related announcement for his fans.
“Hey guys, Chris here, and I’m just super excited about this weekend,” he began. “Obviously, Fozzy playing this Friday at The O2 Forum in Kentish Town; it is officially our highest-selling, biggest headlining gig of all time. Tickets are still available for that, but the huge announcement is Fozzy will also be playing at All In, in Wembley Stadium. That’s right, for the first time ever, I’m going to sing myself to the ring with Fozzy playing live.
“We are going to be playing Judas live for you in Wembley Stadium at All In. So, it’s going to be a huge weekend, not just for AEW, not just for Chris Jericho, but for Fozzy, as well. Our two biggest shows ever. Friday night, August 25, at The O2 Forum in Kentish Town, and of course, Sunday, August 27, at All In in Wembley Stadium. Come sing Judas live with us twice in one week in London. We’re going to be there, bring a helmet and bring your party shoes. It is going to be a rock and roll party for sure. Oh yeah. See ya then.”
AEW All In London takes place this Sunday and will air in the United States at 1 pm EST/Noon CST on pay-per-view, Bleacher Report, and select out-of-home venues.
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