AEW possibly spoils former WWE Superstar's return for "ALL IN" event in London

This former WWE star alongside another AEW name have been absent from the promotion for months.
AEW is set to present All In 2023 in London

AEW has officially announced its first major pay-per-view in London, as the promotion is set to present All In at Wembley Stadium this August. Tickets for AEW: All In London will go on sale on Friday, May 5, at 9 am BST. Meanwhile, a press release detailing what fans can expect from the show has potentially spoiled the returns of PAC and Anthony Ogogo.

PAC was last seen in the promotion when he, alongside the Lucha Brothers, lost the World Trios Championship to The Elite. In Ogogo's case, he has not wrestled for AEW since August 2022, with his last television appearance coming in June 2021.

According to a press release shared by All Elite Wrestling, All In is advertised as a "homecoming" for stars such as PAC and Anthony Ogogo.

“AEW: All In London at Wembley Stadium,” which will be a homecoming for several top stars including AEW Women’s World Champion Jamie Hayter, Saraya, Nigel McGuinness, Pac, Anthony Ogogo and more, will be produced in conjunction with Live Nation Entertainment."

It's unclear whether PAC will continue his run as a solo star since The Lucha Brothers recently captured the ROH World Tag Team Championship. Additionally, while names like PAC and Anthony Ogogo have been mentioned, there's no indication that they'll be returning to the ring, as they could very well just appear to promote the show.

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Anthony Ogogo once revealed cut segments of his controversial match against Cody Rhodes at AEW Double or Nothing 2021

Unfortunately, the now-panned feud with The American Nightmare was the last time Ogogo was prominently featured on All Elite Wrestling television. While the rivalry positioned the British star as a legitimate threat, some creative missteps were made along the way that eventually led to fan backlash, like the infamous weigh-in segment.

During an interview with Cultaholic, Anthony Ogogo revealed that the feud took inspiration from the Rocky movie franchise. Unfortunately, these references were cut at some point.

"I asked for the anthem, they said no for certain things, certain reasons (...) We actually lost (...) the match was good, it could have been really good, we lost six minutes of our match because [of] time constraints (...) We filmed a really cool Rocky montage, a five-minute cool Rocky montage (...) We filmed something really cool for that, but we had to cut that because of time." (H/T: Cultaholic)

Ogogo has secured numerous wins on DARK and DARK: Elevation in the past, which has had many fans questioning when he'd return. If the star does, in fact, make an appearance at All In, it could be the best opportunity to present him as the top star.

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