Antonio Rubio Atto on 08/25/2023
AWACS all in london It will go down in history as one of the biggest professional wrestling events ever held in the UK. The show will have British representation, such as Saraya or Will Osprey, but there will also be absentees, such as Jamie Hyatt or the cases we focus on today.
After weeks of rumors and information, finally Nigel McGuinness will not enter the ring at London’s Wembley Stadium. Recent news that the legend has begun taking steps to return to the ring, even registering his wrestling name, has fans dreaming of one last fight on the biggest stage. However, as confirmed by professional media Fightful, this will not happen.
“Recently, Fightful reported that Nigel McGuinness has taken steps to return to the ring ahead of AEW’s All In show in his native England. However, claims he won’t wrestle on the show.Speaking to WrestleTalk’s Tempest on behalf of Fightful during today’s press conference, Nigel McGuinness stated that he will not be participating in All In Wrestling and that He singled out the injured Bryan Danielson as he was unable to play. He also noted that he thought he was better suited as a commentator,” the outlet wrote.
Nigel McGuinness is one of the most popular fighters in independent wrestling. However, He was forced out of the ring in 2011 Due to a series of injuries and recovery from hepatitis C, which was diagnosed at the time.
Despite officially retiring from professional wrestling, McGuinness never gave up on the cause, providing commentator services for several wrestling companies, including WWE and AEW, the latter with which he is currently signed.
McGuinness, 47, is currently a commentator on ROH’s weekly show and AEW Collision. The Brit played his last match in December 2011. His last televised match was against Stevie Richards at TNA Xplosion in September 2010.