All Elite Wrestling is only minutes away from presenting one of the most-attended and historic shows of all time, AEW All In London, and Zero Hour is underway. This is only the second All In installment, following in the footsteps of the initial All In event produced by The Young Bucks, Cody Rhodes, and Ring of Honor in 2018, eventually leading to the launch of AEW. It has been a wild ride for the promotion in the five years in between, and Tony Khan’s team wasted no time in starting things off hot.
During Zero Hour, Tony Schiavone welcomed the tens of thousands of fans already in their seats to the show. As he was just getting things underway, Jeff Jarrett’s music hit, and he came down the long entrance aisle alongside his wife and associates, Sonjay Dutt, Jay Lethal, and Satnam Singh. Garnering some old-school Memphis heat, Jarrett ran down several legendary UK names and World Of Sport before asserting that it was American pro wrestling promoters that paved the way for today’s event.
Just the fans were really getting riled; Paul Wight’s music hit, and the giant came to the ring flanked by UK Olympic boxer and former Cody Rhodes’ foil, Anthony Ogogo. The two paused after a few steps, and an entrance video package for popular UK-based pro wrestler and former Impact Wrestling star Grado hit to a massive pop. The three men confronted Jarrett and company in the ring, dropping each member one by one before Grado grabbed Jarrett’s guitar and smashed it over his head. The three babyfaces then posed for the fans after presenting the night’s first taste of action.