AEW Wants The British Bulldog For All In Wembley Show

Hamish Woodward

You cannot think about wrestling in Wembley Stadium without thinking about The British Bulldog – and AEW seem to agree.

They appear to want to have representation from his family at the famous stadium, when they bring their “All In” show to London later this year.

The most famous match in Wembley’s history is the iconic Bret Hart vs Davey Boy Smith from Summerslam 1992

https://atletifo.com/wrestling/wwe/bret-hart-vs-british-bulldog/, which was named by Vince McMahon as the greatest match of all time.

While Davey Boy Smith (The British Bulldog’s real name) passed away in 2002, his son Harry Smith is rumored to make an appearance at the event.

He was previously known in WWE as David Hart Smith, but currently wrestles on the independent scene as “British Bulldog” Davey Boy Smith Jr.

Speculation of him appearing in his late-fathers place have been making the rounds in recent weeks, with Dave Meltzer addressing the speculation himself.

Dave Meltzer, writing in the latest edition of the Wrestling Observer Newsletter, revealed that while AEW may want to have him on the show, they have not reached out the British Bulldog Jr quite yet.

“There’s been a lot of speculation regarding Davey Boy Smith Jr. and the Wembley Stadium show just for an appearance stemming back to the most famous match ever held in the stadium with his father beating his uncle, Bret Hart, for the IC title.”

As of this moment, he hasn’t been talked to about it.

It’s basically if AEW thinks it’s something they want on the show.”

Davey Boy Smith Jr was hired back by WWE in 2021, but only wrestled one dark match before being fired again a few months later.

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