PAC Set For AEW Return For All In 2 In London

Hamish Woodward

AEW star PAC looks set to return to the company for it’s first foray into the British marker.

The promotion announced that the first ever UK show for AEW would take place on August 27th, 2023, with AEW brining their All In pay per view to Wembley Stadium.

They will need some big star power to fill the 90,000 seater stadium, which usually hosts England football matches and big concerts.

However, alongside stars like Kenny Omega, CM Punk and Bryan Danielson, Tony Khan will be looking closer to home for stars to draw fans from all across the United Kingdom, for All In 2.

PAC AEW Return

All In 2 is has been announced, and a number of British stars were mentioned in relation to the show, revealed by wrestling legend Nigel McGuinness.

However, PAC was mentioned as one of the key figures in the advertising for the recently-announced All In 2 event.

The sequel to the legendary 2018 show was revealed on AEW Dynamite, and is set to take place at Wembley Stadium in London, England.

‘AEW All In’ will take place at Wembley on August 27, and the full press release for the announcement is advertising a few names for the show.

All the names advertised are English, but PAC’s name in particular was the most intriguing.

PAC has not been seen in AEW since losing the Trios Championships to The Elite at AEW Revolution 2023, in just one of many breaks he has taken from the company.

His inclusion as a major name on the press release indicates that PAC could be in for a big push in the lead up to AEW All In 2.

The main event of the show could pit PAC against MJF for the AEW Championship, in front of an English crowd in Wembley Stadium, in what would be the Geordies first title shot since Double or Nothing 2021.

You can click here to read the full press release for PAC’s All In 2 return to AEW.

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