It appears that Rey Fenix won’t be making an appearance in the anticipated Stadium Stampede match at All In. According to details from a fresh report by Fightful Select, plans that originally involved Fenix teaming up with Eddie Kingston, Penta, and Best Friends against the Blackpool Combat Club and undisclosed partners have been revised, with Fenix no longer part of the equation.
While the exact reason for Fenix’s withdrawal remains unconfirmed, the report suggests that it could be attributed to travel or visa complications rather than an injury. There’s talk of arrangements being made to offer an explanation for his absence from the match. However, the situation remains a bit unclear as to whether Fenix will be substituted or if the match itself will undergo modifications to account for his absence.
Speaking about these developments during a media call to promote the upcoming Sunday PPV event, Tony Khan hinted at the likelihood of further changes to the card due to real-world circumstances. He mentioned,
“There will probably be some other changes to the card necessitated by things happening in the real world. Stuff, in some cases, stuff that is nobody’s fault, but stuff that is not related to the world of professional wrestling.” As the situation unfolds, fans await more concrete details regarding this shift in the event lineup.
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