After seven long years, it’s finally, actually clobberin’ time., his first pro wrestling match in seven years. It’s all happened so fast: Punk made his AEW debut on the Aug. 20 edition of Rampage, and three weeks later he’s headlining a pay-per-view.
And it’s looking like it’ll be AEW’s biggest pay-per-view ever. Other than Punk’s return, Kenny Omega will defend his AEW Championship against Christian cage, and The Young Bucks defend their tag titles in a cage match against The Lucha Brothers. Both have the potential to be classics. Miro will put his TNT Championship on the line against Eddie Kingston — and Chris Jericho is putting his career on the line to get another shot at MJF.
The main show. Check back to this page then, as I’ll be updating with results and analysis.
Miro vs. Eddie Kingston
The main show kicks off with the TNT Championship match. Unsurprisingly, the crowd absolutely loves Eddie Kingston.
AEW All Out’s preshow saw The Best Friends team up with Jurassic Express to take on Hardy Family Office and The Hybrid 2. The good guys won when Jungle Boy made Angelico tap out to the Snare Trap.