The former AEW Champion is not currently involved in any feuds, following his part in the Golden Elite vs Blackpool Combat Club match inside the Blood & Guts cage.
Hangman was a key part of that match, but has not found anything to sink his teeth into as a singles wrestler since then.
He had this issue with poor booking in the past. After losing the AEW Championship to CM Punk at Double or Nothing 2022, he was lost in the shuffle and would not get back on track for a number of months.
Fans are hoping this does not happen again, and Tony Khan does not fumble his booking on the way to Wembley Stadium.
With his Elite teammates Kenny Omega & The Young Bucks having matches without him, Adam Page’s match at All In is the subject of intense speculation among the fans.
in this article, we’ll look at the most likely options for “Hangman” Adam Page to wrestle at AEW All In.
Adam Page At AEW All In
While no match has been announced for Adam Page at All In, his opponent for Wembley Stadium could be announced as early as this week.
AEW Collision has been the hottest wrestling show in AEW in the first few months of its run, and could be the place where Adam Page will issue his challenge for All In.
A first-time appearance on Collision could set up one of two giant matches for Adam Page.
The pair also clashed on the microphone during this time, with both men flipping the script and “shooting” on the other, causing great distress backstage.
This eventually led to the pair’s involvement in the “Brawl Out” controversy after All Out 2022. A match nearly a year later would prove hugely popular for fans, who have not seen Punk wrestle in the UK for a decade now.
CM Punk vs Adam Page would be a huge match in Wembley Stadium, although it looks like CM Punk vs Samoa Joe could be the match of choice for Tony Khan.
Instead of this, Adam Page vs Jay White is the alternate option for All In.
The pair have wrestled before – Jay White defeated Page twice in NJPW in singles matches, as well as a number of tag-team matches the pair have had together.
They also battled last year at Forbidden Door. Jay White defended his IWGP World Heavyweight Championship in a four-way match against Hangman, Kazchika Okada and Adam Cole, retaining his belt in a great match.
The pair have never faced off in AEW, so this first-time match could be the best decision for Adam Page’s match at All In.
Jay White is in danger of being left off the card, so a match with Hangman would give him the chance to show his talent in front of 80,000 British fans.
Kazuchika Okada has also been rumored as Adam Page’s opponent for All In, although nothing concrete suggests the match will happen.
Adam Page hasn’t wrestled since Blood & Guts, so could be sporting an injury stemming from the match.
Tony Khan may be resting him before All In, and could protect him further by putting Hangman in a tag team match.
He could team with Kota Ibushi in a match at Wembley, although who their opponents would be is unclear.
When more information about Adam Page’s All In opponent become clear, we will update this page.