Whilst appearing on a Chicago Comic & Entertainment Expo panel over the weekend, AEW Executive Vice Presidents Kenny Omega and The Young Bucks let slip that the as-yet-unannounced All In 2 - "or whatever it is that we call it" - will take place in Hoffman Estate's Sears Centre Arena.
The Illinois venue hosted last September's super-successful first edition, drawing 11,263 paying fans, making it the highest drawing non-WCW wrestling event in North America since 1993. By returning to the scene of their inauguration, it seems as though AEW are hoping to build a legacy.
The Young Bucks also confirmed that their upcoming contest opposite Lucha Brothers Pentagon Jr. and Fenix at May's Double or Nothing will be fought for the AAA Tag Team Titles, currently in the former's possession.
AEW announced a working agreement with AAA back in February, which first manifested itself when The Bucks defeated the Lucha Brothers for their tag straps at 16 March's Rey de Reyes.
Double or Nothing takes place on 25 May from Las Vegas' MGM Grand Garden. In addition to the AAA Tag Team Title match, Kenny Omega will meet Chris Jericho in a Wrestle Kingdom 12 rematch, Hangman Page is set to square off with PAC, and Cody is scheduled for an as-yet unnamed oppon
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