The homicidal, suicidal, genocidal, death-defying Sabu is the latest legend of the ring to make their presence felt in All Elite Wrestling.

This week's AEW Dynamite served as the go-home show for this weekend's Double or Nothing Pay-Per-View, which will see the AEW World Championship defended in a fatal four-way match for the first time in the company's history. Tonight's Dynamite also saw the announcement that the premiere episode of AEW Collision will take place at the United Center, in Chicago, Illinois.

This week's AEW Dynamite took place in Las Vegas and saw a contract signing between Chris Jericho and Adam Cole before their big Double or Nothing match. During the segment, Cole admitted that he is outnumbered by the Jericho Appreciation Society, but had some backup. That backup turned out to be Sabu.

Sabu lives in Las Vegas, and the crowd gave him an amazing reception upon his AEW debut. The former ECW and WWE Star did not get physical during his debut but is likely to do so at Double or Nothing this weekend. Adam Cole and Chris Jericho will face off at the event in an Unsanctioned Match.

Sabu hasn't been involved in professional wrestling in some time, with his most recent match taking place for GCW back in October 2020. The extreme wrestler has had health problems over the years and was hospitalized in April 2023 whilst attending a convention as a guest. Shortly after, Sabu informed fans that he was doing better.