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Is Kenny Omega Set For Big All In Match?

With a nickname such as his is, is Kenny Omega set for big All In match?

Is Kenny Omega Set For Big All In Match
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With a nickname such as his is, is Kenny Omega set for big All In match?

The so-called Big Bout Machine is, after all, a main event caliber performer.

Even WWE had that in mind for the former AEW Champion.

Now re-signed to All Elite Wrestling for a reported five year term, we can expect the company executive VP to have a big match at perhaps the biggest All Elite PPV ever.

All In happens in just a few weeks at what is fixing to be a filled Wembley Stadium.

We already know that the announced main event will pit Adam Cole against MJF, with Friedman’s title on the line.

But what about that Big Bout Machine?

Is Kenny Omega Set For Big All In Match?

Is Kenny Omega Set For Big All In Match
source: @wrestlepurists, twitter, screenshot

Per the Observer, yes, we can expect big things for Omega in London…as well as at All Out not long after.

However, the originally desired and discussed match is one we will have to wait for.

According to reports, at one point, a fight between Omega and Bryan Danielson was pitched.

Even after the American Dragon suffered a broken arm at Forbidden Door 2, there was at least a glimmer of hope we could still see Omega versus Danielson.

However, once it was revealed that Danielson’s broken arm was more substantial than initially feared, dreams of an All In clash were squashed.

So, with that match not an option, plans shifted.

So what big match could we get for him in London?

Nothing has yet been announced, but the plans seem to be setting us up for Omega to take on Japanese star Konosuke Takeshita.

Following that probable match, word is we might see the Omega-man work All Out as part of a tag team.

That rumored match would have him team with Kota Ibushi and Adam Page to do battle with Jay White, Juice Robinson and once again, Takeshita.

Is Kenny Omega Set For Big All In Match
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But, as always, the card is subject to change…and nothing has yet been announced.

Stay tuned.

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