MJF And Adam Cole Capture ROH Tag Titles On All In Zero Hour

New champions were crowned during Zero Hour ahead of today’s AEW All In pay-per-view. Adam Cole and AEW World Champion MJF successfully defeated Kyle Fletcher and Mark Davis of Aussie Open for the Ring of Honor World Tag Team Championship during the pre-show. MJF and Cole are still set to compete in the main event of today’s show, with the AEW World Championship on the line.

Leading up to All In over the last two months, Cole and MJF had become close friends and allies. Cole initially challenged MJF for the title in June, with the bout ending in a draw. After that, the two were paired up together for the AEW Blind Eliminator Tag Team Tournament. Though things started off heated between the two, they quickly grew close, and went on to win the tournament and a shot at the AEW World Tag Team Championship held by FTR.

Fletcher and Davis became Ring of Honor World Tag Team Champions at ROH Death Before Dishonor last month. The duo competed in a four-way including themselves, Chuck Taylor and Trent Beretta of the Best Friends, Mike Bennett and Matt Taven of The Kingdom, and the previous champions, Rey Fenix and Penta el Cero Miedo. Aussie Open’s reign now comes to an end at 37 days.

According to AEW’s Tony Khan on X, All In has broken the record for highest paid attendance at any professional wrestling show in history. The Wembley Stadium show is set to have more than 80,000 fans in attendance, with nine matches set to occur on the main card. The Zero Hour pre-show also included appearances from Grado, Jeff Jarrett, Paul Wight, and more.

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