There’s still time for a change. We are less than five days away from AEW All In, which will be the biggest show in the history of the promotion. The card is mostly set and there are going to be quite a few stars throughout the card. That should be enough to carry things, but now it seems that one name already announced for the show is not going to be around for some reason.

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According to Fightful Select, Rey Fenix will no longer be part of Stadium Stampede at All In. While not confirmed, it appears to be due to a visa issue rather than any kind of injury. It is expected that Fenix will be written out of the match on television, though it is not clear if he will be replaced or if the match will be downsized. The original lineup called for the Lucha Bros, Eddie Kingston and the Best Friends vs. the Blackpool Combat Club and three mystery partners.

The talent is there. Check out Fenix and Stadium Stampede:

Opinion: That’s a shame but those visa issues can be a nightmare. The fact that the show is in England is probably not making things any easier as it can take a long time to get the necessary paperwork. The match would have been better with Fenix, but it might be better to take someone off of each team, if nothing else for the sake of letting there be some more time for things to breathe.

What does this mean for the match? Who else should be added? Let us know in the comments below.

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