Vickie Guerrero has seemingly confirmed that AEW have held talks over finally hosting an event in a major UK city.
Ever since AEW came into being in 2019, fans have been clamouring for the promotion to come to the United Kingdom.
Outside of wrestling, AEW President Tony Khan also owns English football club Fulham F.C. meaning he also has control over their stadium, which some have suggested could be a prime location for an AEW show.
Interestingly, Vickie Guerrero has now appeared to confirm that All Elite Wrestling will be coming to London. Speaking on Captain’s Corner, Guerrero noted that there have been talks over the promotion holding a show in English capital.
“There is talk of us going to London
We’re going to be in Canada pretty soon, so we’ll be in Toronto. So, I think with the world opening up and Tony Khan working on some overseas dates, can’t wait to get back to London.”
WWE recently held their first major stadium show in the United Kingdom in three decades, and the show has been touted as a success, breaking a number of records.
Although AEW are yet to run an event in the United Kingdom, they do have a foot-hold across the Atlantic with British stars PAC and Jamie Hayter currently featuring heavily on television. PAC also recently became the only wrestler in company history to hold two championships at the same time when he added the Trios Championship to his All-Atlantic Title.
The Newcastle-born star has even defended his All-Atlantic Title in the UK as recently as July 23rd.
H/t to Wrestling Inc for the transcription.