AEW seems to be a non-stop machine. At and after Fight for the Fallen, 3 matches for All Out have been set. In defeating Angélico & Jack Evans and Luchasaurus & Jungle Boy, Dark Order won the right to square off with Best Friends at All Out, with the winner receiving a first round bye in AEW World Tag Team Championship Tournament.

After defeating SCU, Pentagon Jr. & Fénix brought out a ladder and challenged The Young Bucks to a ladder match. The Young Bucks defeated The Lucha Brothers at Double or Nothing when The Lucha Brothers defeated the Bucks in Mexico at a Lucha Libre AAA event.

In his media scrum after Fight For the Fallen, AEW President Tony Khan answered questions for nearly 30 minutes on a variety of topics. He said, “We’ve got a lot to do before All Out. But we’ve got time before All Out to build up the stories, build up the Chris Jericho-Hangman title match, build up Kenny Omega vs. Jon Moxley, and build up Cody Rhodes vs. Shawn Spears, and build up more of the big matches we have planned.” Even if the company had to confirm it, Cody Rhodes vs. Shawn Spears is on the All Out card. Spears vs. Rhodes was set in motion at Fyter Fest on June 29, when Spears smashed a steel chair into Rhodes’ head after his match against Darby Allin.

All Out will take place at the Sears Center in Chicago on August 31st, the same place they sold out with All In last year. Here’s the card, as of today.

  • AEW World Championship Match: Chris Jericho vs. “Hangman” Adam Page
  • Kenny Omega vs. Jon Moxley
  • Ladder Match: The Young Bucks vs. Pentagon Jr. & Fénix
  • Winner receives a first round bye in AEW World Tag Team Championship Tournament Match: Best Friends vs. The Dark Order
  • Cody vs Shawn Spears
  • AEW Women’s World Championship unveiled

LiveSource, the mobile app that enables its partners the ability to offer fans unique collectibles and experiences via live auctions, announced a partnership with All Elite Wrestling (AEW), the new professional wrestling league featuring a world-class roster of male and female wrestlers.

This innovative partnership will allow fans anywhere in the world to access the LiveSource auction app on their phones to bid and buy exclusive memorabilia and gear worn by AEW talent. Starting on Wednesday, July 17, fans can download the free LiveSource app to access special sweepstakes featuring merchandise and tickets for All Out, the highly-anticipated event on Saturday, August 31, in Chicago.

“We are so pumped to be in business with truly forward-thinking partners like AEW,” said Scott F. Levin, CEO of LiveSource. “Our LiveSource app will help AEW feed into its fans’ passion for wrestling by enabling them to literally take home a piece of the AEW experience. We’re eagerly looking forward to helping AEW surprise and thrill its fan base with our technology.”

“Since our launch in January, we’ve been aligning ourselves with best-in-class partners, and LiveSource was a clear choice as its platform is widely recognized as the best mobile auction software on the planet,” said Dana Massie, Chief Marketing and Merchandising Officer at AEW. “The LiveSource app will enhance our fans’ experiences right from their seats in ways that have never been done before. And, the platform will provide fans worldwide with the chance to bid on AEW memorabilia and experiences regardless of their location. We believe that the wrestling community knows no bounds, and our LiveSource partnership will certainly help to reinforce our connections worldwide.”

All pics courtesy of AEW and ITV Wrestling

By Steph Franchomme

News, Reviews, Social Media Editor, Impact Wrestling Reviewer, Interviewer Well, call me The Boss... And French...

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