Report: Original Plans For Jamie Hayter At AEW All In Revealed
What would Jamie Hayter have done at AEW All In? Find out below!
All Elite Wrestling's plans for All In have been hampered by injury and other issues in recent months, with the likes of Rey Fenix, AR Fox, PAC, Bryan Danielson, and Jamie Hayter unavailable for the show despite original plans calling for them to be involved.
As she is from the United Kingdom, Jamie Hayter was expected to be a featured performer at the Wembley Stadium show but the former AEW Women's World Champion has been on the shelf due to injury since she dropped the belt to Toni Storm at May's Double or Nothing pay-per-view. Hayter suffered an injury in the weeks ahead of the match and the Double or Nothing encounter was filled with bells and whistles as the British star was unable to work a straight singles match.
Had she not suffered the injury, though, All Elite Wrestling planned to keep the AEW Women's World Title on Hayter throughout the summer and she would have been the defending champion in a Four-Way at All In, according to Dave Meltzer of the Wrestling Observer.
"I believe it was going to be a Four-Way but Jamie Hayter was going to be the defending champion," Meltzer said on Wrestling Observer Radio.
AEW ultimately maintained plans for the Four-Way but the match at All In will instead be Hikaru Shida defending the AEW Women's World Title against Toni Storm, Saraya, and Britt Baker.
The nature of Jamie Hayter's injury remains unknown. She is not expected to return to AEW until early 2024.