Ahead of their match at Wembley Stadium later today, last night saw Chris Jericho attack Will Ospreay at the RevPro 11 Year Anniversary Show.
As alluded to by Ospreay on Dynamite this past Wednesday when he noted how he's working an independent show the night before All In, the United Empire man defeated Shingo Takagi in the main event of this latest RevPro event.
Following that bout, Zack Sabre Jr. came out and challenged Ospreay to a match at NJPW Royal Quest III on 14 October, before the Aerial Assassin was attacked by a masked man. Of course, that masked would reveal himself to be Chris Jericho - but not before he'd hit Ospreay with a Codebreaker.
Chris Jericho just showed up at today’s RevPro & attacked Will Ospreay before their ALL IN match! pic.twitter.com/dRxrZPKB1IAdvertisement— Dark Puroresu Flowsion (@PuroresuFlow) August 26, 2023
Jericho vs. Ospreay is one of the more intriguing All In matches, and it's remarkably somehow one of only three singles bouts to take place at an event which will feature 11 contests.
Taking place in front of an 80,000+ crowd at Wembley Stadium, AEW All In starts at 6pm local time and 1pm ET/10am PT. The Zero-Hour pre-show will start one hour earlier, where Adam Cole and MJF will challenge Aussie Open for the ROH Tag Team Titles, and Jack Perry will defend the FTW Championship against HOOK.