Following the conclusion of the Orange Cassidy vs. Wheeler Yuta match on the August 16 episode of AEW Dynamite, a chaotic scene unfolded as the Blackpool Combat Club, Best Friends, and the duo of Penta El Zero Miedo and Rey Fenix entered the ring, sparking a brawl among themselves.
In an unexpected turn of events, fans were thrilled when the ‘Mad King’ Eddie Kingston made his comeback to the promotion. After clearing the ring of the Blackpool Combat Club members, Kingston, flanked by Best Friends and the Lucha Brothers, issued a challenge to the faction for a Stadium Stampede match at the upcoming All In pay-per-view.
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Kingston’s previous appearance in an AEW ring was during the Forbidden Door pay-per-view, where he participated in a ten-man tag team match alongside The Elite and Tomohiro Ishii against the Blackpool Combat Club. Subsequent to the pay-per-view, Kingston ventured to Japan and took part in the 2023 G1 Climax tournament, which concluded on August 13, 2023.
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