Adam Cole & Britt Baker Pick Dream Wembley Opponents For AEW All In London

AEW pair call their shots for company's biggest show of all time.

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Former AEW Women's Champion Britt Baker and recent returnee Adam Cole have spoken about who they'd like to face at the company's biggest ever show later this year.

Speaking about All In to the Good Karma Wrestling podcast, Cole said (h/t Ewrestlingnews);

"What’s exciting for me is there are so many guys that I wanna step into the ring with at AEW that I haven’t had the chance to wrestle yet and when I think of all these different possible matches like a Sammy Guevara or a Darby Allin or even a Jungle Boy again or something like Jay White or something like Kenny Omega or maybe even something like MJF for the AEW World Championship. I don’t know, I don’t know. There’s a lot of different possibilities but I know whatever I’m involved in at Wembley, I want it to be special and my God, I cannot wait for this show.”

Baker agreed, adding;

“Same for me. There’s no one I wouldn’t want to wrestle at Wembley. Just to be a part of the show and part of the whole process, it’s so exciting.”

The two are currently embroiled in feuds with Chris Jericho and The Outcasts, with the stories dramatically overlapping on the April 19th edition of Dynamite when the heels set a trap that resulted in Baker being brutalised as a handcuffed Cole was forced to watch. Both programmes are likely to feed into contests and Double Or Nothing in May, potentially freeing both up for brand new feuds in time for All In.


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