Nigel McGuinness REFUSES to rule out a return to the ring at AEW All In
When Nigel McGuinness retired from professional wrestling in 2011, his path was unclear.
Wrestling has been his life since the age of 14. Ironically, watching WWEs SummerSlam in 1992 at Wembley Stadium was what made him fall in love. Hell return there later this year with AEW.
He was lucky enough to be able to stay in the business upon retirement. A matchmaker with his beloved Ring of Honor, as stint as a commentator in WWE, and now in AEW working under Tony Khan, who bought out Ring of Honor last year.
AEW are preparing for their biggest show ever. Five years old, the company is still in its infancy. But progress has been quick. Its the second biggest promotion in the world and has some of the industrys biggest starts signed to its books. And now its looking to sell out Wembley for its 'All In' show in August.
McGuinness will be there. Maybe as a commentator. A bit of backstage work too. And maybe as a competitor.
'Its one of the most exciting periods of my life,' the Brit boasts, speaking exclusively to Mail Sport. 'I feel very blessed.