Speculation surrounding Kenny Omega’s involvement at AEW All In has finally been laid to rest, and the revelation is sending shockwaves through the wrestling world.
Originally rumored to clash once again with Will Ospreay at the monumental event, Omega’s plans have taken an unexpected turn. Ospreay, who has his own targets in sight, will not cross paths with Omega in the anticipated bout. But that doesn’t mean Omega will be flying solo.
Fans were already aware that Omega wouldn’t be teaming up with The Young Bucks for a trios match this time around, as The Bucks accepted FTR’s challenge for a rubber match in pursuit of the AEW Tag Team Championship. Considering the history between FTR, The Young Bucks, and their connection to CM Punk, this clash promises to be a highly combustible encounter.
In a sit-down interview with Jim Ross, which was pre-recorded for Dynamite, Omega unveiled his All In plans, shedding light on his deep-rooted history with Don Callis. Callis himself made an appearance to provoke the former AEW World Champion, setting off a chain reaction of events that would rock the wrestling landscape.
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Suddenly, chaos ensued as Jay White and Juice Robinson ambushed Omega in a surprise attack. But they weren’t alone. Callis’ protege Konosuke Takeshita emerged from the shadows to join the fray.
However, Omega’s alliances are unwavering. The revelation that followed, delivered by none other than Hangman Adam Page in a pre-recorded interview not recorded at the Collision event in Greensboro, showcased a masterstroke of strategy. Omega, Page, and Kota Ibushi are poised to join forces at All In, forming a united front against the formidable trio of White, Robinson, and Takeshita.
The wrestling world is now abuzz with anticipation for this collision of talent, alliances, and rivalries. As the countdown to AEW All In continues, the stage is set for a showdown that promises to reshape the landscape of professional wrestling.