SPOILER: New Match Made Official For AEW All In During Rampage Taping

AEW All In has a new match that will be announced on Friday's Rampage

A new match was made official for AEW All In during the August 9 taping of Rampage, with the segment set to air on Friday, August 11. 

The Rampage taping was main evented by Aussie Open vs. Truth Magnum and Turbo Floyd of The Outrunners and unfortunately for the self-proclaimed Youngest Men Alive, they were no match for the ROH World Tag Team Champions as they sustained a quick loss to Kyle Fletcher and Mark Davis.

Following the match, Aussie Open responded to the challenge from MJF and Adam Cole, accepting their match for the All In Zero-Hour. This ultimately means Better Than You Bay Bay will be in action twice at All In, first challenging for the ROH World Tag Team Championships on the pre-show before MJF defends the AEW World Title against Adam Cole in the main event of All In. 

MJF and Adam Cole issued the challenge to Aussie Open on Wednesday's Dynamite, with Cole noting that he had never held the ROH World Tag Team Titles. After MJF agreed to join Cole in the match, Roderick Strong furiously confronted Cole over not wanting to team with him. Strong ultimately left with The Kingdom and further issues within Better Than You Bay Bay arose after MJF told Cole that he didn't need Strong which prompted Cole to push his tag team partner. Cole immediately apologised and Friedman shrugged off their brief disagreement, putting them back on the same page. 

AEW All In is set to be one of the biggest shows in pro wrestling history. The pay-per-view will emanate from London's Wembley Stadium on Sunday, August 27.

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