Despite his recent arrest, it's expected that FTR's Cash Wheeler will be wrestling at AEW All In this Sunday.
SI FanNation reported today that Wheeler is expected to be in London for Sunday's pay-per-view at Wembley Stadium. FTR are scheduled to defend their AEW Tag Team titles against The Young Bucks at the event.
It was revealed on August 18 that Wheeler was facing a charge of aggravated assault with a firearm. The charge, which is a third-degree felony, stems from a July 27 incident where Wheeler is alleged to have pointed a handgun at another motorist while driving. At an arraignment last Friday after Wheeler turned himself in, the matter was referred to as a "road rage-type incident."
Wheeler has no prior history with the alleged victim.
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"There is no certainty on whether Wheeler informed AEW CEO Tony Khan ahead of time about the arrest," SI FanNation wrote. "Khan is conducting a media briefing session this afternoon, and the topic of FTR, and specifically Wheeler, is bound to arise. Considering the magnitude of Sunday’s show, it is likely in AEW’s best interests to have Wheeler perform at All In and then deal with consequences after the show."
A video package still promoting the FTR vs. Young Bucks match aired on AEW Collision this past Saturday.
All In at Wembley Stadium is the biggest event in AEW's four-year history. The pre-show starts at noon Eastern time on Sunday (August 27). The main card then begins at 1 p.m. Eastern.