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Current Plan For The AEW World Title Match At All In 2024

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Below are some top news stories of the day, involving AEW All In 2024 and Brock Lesnar.

• The annual Owen Hart Cup tournament is nearing its conclusion, showcasing thrilling in-ring action in All Elite Wrestling. AEW President Tony Khan announced that the winners of both the Men’s and Women’s tournaments will receive World Championship matches at AEW All In 2024 at Wembley Stadium next month.

According to the Wrestling Observer, Bryan Danielson is the favorite to win the Men’s tournament. Danielson defeated Shingo Takagi at AEW x NJPW: Forbidden Door and later overcame PAC on the July 3 edition of AEW Dynamite: Beach Break to reach the final. He will face “Hangman” Adam Page in the Final on Wednesday’s Dynamite.

Bryan is rumored to face Swerve Strickland for the AEW World Championship at Wembley Stadium, promising a memorable match in the final stages of his full-time wrestling career.

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• Roman Reigns has been absent from WWE television since his loss to Cody Rhodes at WrestleMania 40. Although he hasn’t returned yet, a wrestling veteran has claimed that Reigns is set to receive a substantial pay raise when he returns, making his salary higher than what Brock Lesnar’s used to be.

Lesnar is reportedly the highest-paid WWE Superstar, earning $12 million annually. Reigns also ranks among the top earners, with a reported annual income of $5 million.

On the “Straight Talk with The Boss” podcast, NWA Legend Magnum T.A. mentioned hearing that The Tribal Chief would get a significant salary increase upon his return:

“I heard Roman is gonna have the highest salary of any employee in history when he comes back that his deal was gonna be bigger than Brock’s and Brock’s was $12 million.”

Roman is rumored to return at SummerSlam 2024.

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