Fans Turned Away From SmackDown Venue For Wearing All Elite Wrestling Apparel

Fans Turned Away From SmackDown Venue For Wearing All Elite Wrestling Apparel

Rhodes and his team played a bold move when deciding to hold their rally on January 8 in Jacksonville though.

However, Jericho's contract reportedly expired after his match with Naito, and now he's said to be on the brink of turning out for All Elite Wrestling (rumours about a Jericho AEW appearance only intensified after he thanked AEW President/Jacksonville Jaguars owner Tony Khan for tickets to an National Football League game).

As for the AEW's first show, it was announced by Cody and The Bucks that the sequel to their All In event-Double or Nothing-will take place on May 25 at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada.

We exclusively reported that former WWE Superstar Neville, now known as Pac would be at the rally.

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Dave Meltzer of the Wrestling Observer reports that Cody and the Bucks are signed to five-year deals with AEW.

These are game-changing signings for AEW, who as a new promotion probably couldn't have wished to get someone as big as Y2J, despite his age. If that's the case, New Japan really wants Kenny Omega so they may be working with All Elite.

The rest of the roster is made up of some of the biggest names in independent wrestling.

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