AEW’s All Out will air live on PPV on Saturday, 5th September. This year’s All Out will take place at Daily’s Place in Jacksonville, Florida. The event was originally slated to take place in the Sears Center, in Hoffman Estates, Illinois, just like the previous edition of All Out were held. Due to the global pandemic, AEW have since moved its events to Jacksonville since March, including Double or Nothing PPV, Fyter Fest and Fight for the Fallen special events. FOr the first time since Revolution PPV last February, fans will be back in the arena, in a limited capacity and in the strict respect of sanitary rules.

Before the PPV, AEW announced a full list of shows.

  • AEW Dark – Friday, 7 pm ET (midnight BST) on YouTube
  • AEW All Out red Carpet (Part One) – Saturday, 5 pm ET (10 pm BST) on YouTube
  • AEW’s Countdown to All Out – Saturday, 5:30 pm ET (10.30 pm BST) on TNT and Fite TV
  • AEW All Out Red Carpet (Part Two) – Saturday, 6:00 pm ET (11 pm BST) on YouTube

Pre-Show: The Buy-In Show – Saturday, 23rd May 2020 – 7:00 PM ET/midnight BST

The Buy-In show will be available to stream for free globally, it will be live on AEW Official YouTube Channel, or on B/R Live in the United States. Fite TV will be showing the Buy-In show internationally.

In the Buy In Match, Big Swole and Britt Baker will face off in a Tooth And Nail match. AEW President Tony Khan explained it will be “a Falls Count Anywhere Match, and they will be fighting in and around a dentist’s office. I understand Britt’s office, in fact, will be set up, and I think it’s going to be a real house of horrors for Big Swole, but she knows what she signed up for.”

AEW’s All Out 2020 PPV – Saturday, 23rd May 2020 – 8:00 PM ET / 1:00 AM BST

The full PPV show will be available to stream live on B/R Live in the United States, and on Fite TV internationally. Fite TV will offer the PPV in English, French, Spanish and German commentaries.

Here is All Out Complete Card:

  • AEW World Championship Match – Moxley’s Paradigm Shift finisher is banned: Jon Moxley (c) vs. MJF
  • AEW Women’s World Championship Match: Hikaru Shida (c) vs. NWA World Women’s Champion Thunder Rosa
  • AEW World Tag Team Championship Match: Hangman Page & Kenny Omega (c) vs. FTR (Cash Wheeler & Dax Harwood)
  • Mimosa Mayhem Match (Match can be won by pinfall, submission, or throwing the opponent into a tank of mimosa): Chris Jericho vs. Orange Cassidy
  • 21-Man Casino Battle Royale – The winner receives a future AEW World Championship Match: Darby Allin, Lance Archer, Brian Cage, Ricky Starks, Eddie Kingston, The Blade, The Butcher, Fénix, Pentagon Jr., Shawn Spears, Billy, Austin Gunn, Jake Hager, Santana, Ortiz, Chuck Taylor, Trent, TBA.
  • Broken Rules Match (Last Man Standing/Falls Count Anywhere/ If Hardy loses, he leaves AEW): Matt Hardy vs. Sammy Guevara
  • Dark Order (Brodie Lee, Colt Cabana, Evil Uno & Stu Grayson) vs. The Natural Nightmares (QT Marshall & Dustin Rhodes), Matt Cardona & Scorpio Sky
  • Young Bucks vs. Jurassic Express (Luchasaurus & Jungle Boy)

A Preview for All Out

Jon Moxley and MJF have gone undefeated in singles competition since the start of AEW, but it wasn’t until recently that they finally crossed paths. MJF’s momentum is at an all-time high with the wins he’s racked up this year, but that doesn’t necessarily mean he’s primed to leave All Out as the new AEW World champion. It’s tough to tell what the future would hold for MJF if he doesn’t reign supreme on Saturday (aside from a potential program with his bodyguard Wardlow but that would be premature), but at the age of 24, plenty of time remains for him to reach the mountaintop of the company.

Chris Jericho and Orange Cassidy have been at odds for months and this Mimosa Mayhem match at All Out will see them settle their score once and for all. The stipulation states that the bout can only be won by pinfall, submission, or the opponent getting thrown into a tank of mimosa.

Hikaru Shida has been the best AEW’s women’s division has had to offer for some time now. At Double or Nothing, she had her crowning moment when she became the new AEW Women’s champion. She’s beaten everyone who has stepped up to challenge her up to this point, but Thunder Rosa will prove to be her biggest challenge to date. The NWA Women’s World champion is among the top women’s wrestlers in the world and has come to AEW to cement her status as the greatest by facing Shida.

The best tag team of 2020 is with no doubt Kenny Omega and Adam Page. They will face another one of the best tag teams in the world, FTR. This match will undeniably be a match of the year contender considering the teams involved. This bout will also determine the direction of what will happen to Omega who has been teasing the return of “The Cleaner” and “Hangman” no longer being part of The Elite will play important parts in the story of this match, and Kenny Omega has been showing signs of him transitioning to an unstable heel in recent weeks.

The most intense feud AEW fans have been treated to in recent weeks is the one being contested between Matt Hardy and Sammy Guevara. Since returning from a company imposed sabbatical, Sammy’s been embroiled in a blood feud with Matt. An errant chair shot from Sammy busted Matt wide open a few weeks back and really kicked this beef up a few notches. Both men have been tearing into each other ever since and now we’ve finally arrived at their tiebreaker matchup. It’s clear that this Broken Rules match will operate like a No Holds Barred contest, which is fitting since both of these men are looking to use everything but the kitchen sink to destroy each other. Now the rules state that Matt will be forced to leave AEW if he’s defeated here.

Matt and Nick Jackson are a little more pissed than usual due to the actions of their former Elite stablemate, Adam Page. That was evidently clear as they moved away from their usual cocky yet fun-loving demeanour during their last AEW Dynamite match. Their win alongside Jurassic Express helped place them in a tag team card against them on this very PPV.

The list of participants for the Casino Battle Royale is stacked. At the moment, we only have 17 out of the 21 competitors promised for this bout, Darby Allin, Lance Archer, Brian Cage, Ricky Starks, Eddie Kingston, The Blade, The Butcher, Fénix, Pentagon Jr., Shawn Spears, Billy, Austin Gunn, Jake Hager, Santana, Ortiz, Chuck Taylor and Trent. That leaves four more match participants, which means we’re due for a few surprises here.

The Dark Order is looking mighty strong these days. After Mr. Brodie Lee decimated Cody and captured the AEW TNT Championship, the new champ and his underlings kept beating on the blonde-haired hero and left the Nightmare Family for dead. Revenge is certainly on the mind for Cody’s extended family (and respected opponent Scorpio Sky), who have all decided to go to war with the four top members of The Dark Order. At this point, The Dark Order has turned itself into a far more formidable unit and is climbing up the ranks of AEW relevancy.


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By Steph Franchomme

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