Will Ospreay vs. Chris Jericho scheduled for AEW All In after surprise attack

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Another match is in the books for AEW All In after Will Ospreay was involved in a sneak attack on Chris Jericho during Dynamite.

Jericho had taken part in an in-ring segment with Don Callis during Wednesday’s AEW Dynamite ‘Fight for the Fallen’ special.

After initially agreeing to join the Callis Family, the two argued over a painting of Callis holding Jericho’s severed head, which had been covered in the corner of the ring.

The argument escalated until Callis slapped Jericho, who then grabbed him by the throat.

At this point, Konosuke Takeshita and Will Ospreay appeared. Opsreay hit Jericho with the Hidden Blade before nailing him with a chair shot. Callis then smashed the painting into Jericho’s head.

Sammy Guevara emerged with Jericho’s bat to run off the attackers.

Later, Jericho was interviewed backstage by Renee Paquette. He said that the match between them would have happened in 2021 but for the pandemic. He added he would make Ospreay bleed and embarrass him in front of his country.

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