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Tony Khan Announces New AEW PPV “WrestleDream” To Pay Tribute to Antonio Inoki (Details)

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Below are some important AEW updates after the All In 2023 PPV:

– During the All In Zero Hour, Renee Paquette (fka Renee Young in WWE) paid tribute to Bray Wyatt by saying the following:

“Wrestling is not a love story, it’s a Fairy Tale for masochists. A comedy for people who criticize punchlines. A fantasy most can’t understand, a spectacle no one can deny.”

The above quote is from a post Bray Wyatt shared on his Twitter and Instagram accounts just over a month before his long awaited returned to WWE last year at the Extreme Rules premium live event.

You can watch Renee’s tribute to Wyatt below:

– AEW World Tag Team Champions FTR paid tribute to Bray Wyatt and Brodie Lee at All In:

FTR paid tribute to Bray Wyatt Brodie Lee at AEW All In 2023

– AEW will be doing a new PPV called WrestleDream, in memory of Antonio Inoki on October 1st at the Climate Pledge Arena in Seattle, Washington. NJPW wrestlers will be a part of this event.

Tony Khan said he wouldn’t be in the spot that he is in today without the late, great Antonio Inoki, who passed away on October 1st last year.

Khan said Inoki was the original ‘Dreamer’ in wrestling and that’s why this pay-per-view is called WrestleDream.

– During the All In post-show media scrum, Don Callis issued a challenge for Kenny Omega to face Konosuke Takeshita at All Out. Takeshita pinned Omega during the Trios Match at All In.

– Orange Cassidy will defend the AEW International Championship against Penta El Zero Miedo on this Wednesday’s Dynamite.

The winner of this match will defend the Title against Jon Moxley at All Out.

Also Read: Tony Khan Confirms Backstage Incident At AEW All In

WATCH: CM Punk Paid Tribute To John Cena & Hulk Hogan At AEW All In 2023:

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