All Out

Sep 5, 2021 - by Michael Riba

* Poll results: Grade AEW’s All Out PPV

The Buy In

Excalibur and Tony Schiavone are on commentary from Hoffman Estates, Illinois. They run down the card for the show, and the video package for the feud between Chris Jericho and MJF is shown.

Ten-Man Tag Team Match: Orange Cassidy, Chuck Taylor, Wheeler Yuta and Jurassic Express (Luchasaurus, and Jungle Boy) (w/Marko Stunt) vs. The Hardy Family Office (Matt Hardy, Private Party (Isiah Kassidy and Marq Quen), and The Hybrid2 (Angelico and Jack Evans)) (w/The Blade)
Taylor and Hardy start the match. Hardy kicks Taylor in the midsection and backs him into the corner. Yuta tags in, but Hardy delivers a knee strike and sends Yuta to the corner. Hardy wants Cassidy, and he tags in. Luchasaurus tags in, though, and Hardy backs away and tags in Evans. Luchasaurus shoves Evans to the mat, and follows with a power slam as Evans runs the ropes. Luchasaurus delivers a wheelbarrow German suplex and tags in Jungle Boy. Jungle Boy drops an elbow and goes for the cover, but Evans kicks out. Jungle Boy delivers a few chops and drops Evans with an arm-drag and a dropkick. Yuta and Kassidy tag in and Private Party double-team Yuta as Quen tags in. Quen goes for the cover, but Yuta kicks out, and Angelico tags in. Yuta and Angelico exchange wrist-locks, but Evans comes in, followed by everyone else, and they all apply different submissions on each other, before Luchasaurus breaks it all up. Luchasaurus chops Evans and tosses Angelico across the ring. Luchasaurus drops Kassidy and and tosses him and Quen across the ring. Luchasaurus delivers a knee strike to Evans and Hardy gets in the ring.
Private Party sneak behind Luchasaurus, and Hardy chops his knee. They send Luchasaurus into the ring post and to the floor. Cassidy delivers his devastating kicks to Private Party and Hardy, and then sends Hardy to the floor. Private Party double-team Cassidy and send him to the floor. They send Taylor to the corner, but Taylor comes back and suplexes Quen into Kassidy in the corner. Taylor drops TH2 with a Flat-liner/DDT combination, and then Taylor dives to the floor. Yuta splashes onto Angelico and goes for the cover, but Evans breaks it up. TH2 double-team Yuta and Angelico goes for the cover, but Taylor breaks it up. Taylor gets sent to the floor and Private Party drop Yuta with Gin and Juice. Angelico goes for the cover, but Cassidy breaks it up. Cassidy drops Angelico with a hurricanrana, and then he sends Private Party to the floor. Hardy delivers a kick to Cassidy and drops him with the Twist of Fate. Taylor sends Hardy to the floor, and Yuta and Taylor take out Private Party with dives. Jungle Boy takes out Private Party, and delivers a Brain Buster to Kassidy. Jungle Boy delivers shots to TH2, and Angelico picks Evans up.
Luchasaurus picks Jungle Boy up, and they exchange shots from their partners’ shoulders. They drop TH2, and then Jungle Boy counters a dive by Kassidy, and then The Blade runs out and delivers a cheap shot. Marko Stunt gets on Luchasaurus’ shoulders and takes out The Blade with a dive, and then Jungle Boy locks Angelico in the Snare Trap and he taps out.
Winners: Orange Cassidy, Chuck Taylor, Wheeler Yuta, and Jurassic Express
-After the match, The Hardy Family Office attack Best Friends. The Butcher makes his return and The HFO all turn their attention on Cassidy and Hardy tries to cut Cassidy’s hair. Jurassic Express run back out with the Varsity Blonds, 10, John Silver, and Dante Martin to make the save. All of the faces share a hug in the ring as The HFO back up the ramp.

Dan Lambert is back with Andrei Arlovski, Junior Dos Santos, Belal Muhammad, and Jorge Masvidal, as well as the Men of the Year, Ethan Page and Scorpio Sky. Lambert says they are here for less talk and more action, and Scorpio Sky says they are going to enter the danger zone with American Top Team. Lambert says they all have what they want, and all they need is his instruction and who to attack and when to attack.

Excalibur and Schiavone run down the card again, and then the video package for the match between CM Punk and Darby Allin airs. Afterward, Jim Ross joins the commentary team as The Buy In comes to a close.

All Out

AEW TNT Championship Match: Miro (c) vs. Eddie Kingston
Miro and Kingston lock up, and neither man gets an advantage. Miro goes to the floor to regroup, and gets met with chops from Kingston as he gets back in the ring. Kingston delivers quick chops in the corner, but Miro fights out. Kingston delivers an exploder suplex right away, and Miro goes to the floor. Kingston follows, but Miro delivers a shot to drop Kingston. Miro follows with a kick and throws Kingston into the barricade. Miro delivers another kick, but Kingston comes back and gets to the apron. Kingston comes off the apron, but Miro counters with a power slam on the floor. Miro slams Kingston into the ring posts and drops him on the floor. Miro tosses Kingston into the ring and goes for the cover, but Kingston kicks out. Miro bites Kingston’s hand, but Kingston comes back with chops to Miro’s legs. Miro kicks Kingston in the back and chokes him over the middle rope. Miro delivers another strike, but Kingston fires up and slaps Miro across the face and follows with body shots. Miro drops Kingston with one strike and drops a few elbows. Miro goes for the cover, but Kingston kicks out. Miro applies a sleeper hold, but Kingston fights back with body shots and chops. Kingston goes for a side suplex, but Miro counters with a dropkick. Miro sends Kingston to the corner and follows with a splash.
Kingston fights back with chops, and follows with an enzuigiri. Kingston sends Miro to the floor and goes for a dive, but Miro counters with a right hand. Miro gets back in the ring, but Kingston drops him with a side suplex. Miro gets back to his feet and they exchange shots. Kingston delivers more chops and drops Miro with another side suplex. Kingston delivers a third side suplex and goes for the cover, but Miro kicks out. Kingston goes for the spinning back fist, but Miro drops down and rolls to the floor. Kingston sends Miro into the barricade with a dive through the ropes and gets him back into the ring. Kingston delivers a kick and drops him with a fisherman’s suplex. Kingston goes for the cover, but Miro kicks out. Kingston charges Miro in the corner, but Miro dodges and delivers shots to Kingston’s back. Miro suplexes Kingston, and the turnbuckle pad comes off. Kingston fires back up, but Miro delivers a thrust kick. Miro stomps on Kingston and locks in Game Over. Kingston makes it to the ropes, and comes back with the spinning back fist. Kingston delivers the DDT, but the referee was messing with the turnbuckle pad and only makes a two count.
Kingston sets up for the pile-driver, but delivers knee strikes instead. Kingston goes to slam Miro into the exposed turnbuckle, but the referee stops him. Miro delivers a low blow and follows with a jumping kick to the face for the pin fall.
Winner and still AEW TNT Champion: Miro

Jon Moxley vs. Satoshi Kojima
Kojima wants a handshake, but Moxley flips him off. They exchange quick strikes and Kojima goes for the Koji Lariat. Moxley rolls to the floor, but Kojima takes him down. Kojima delivers shots to Moxley and tosses him back into the ring. Moxley comes back with an elbow strike, and sends Kojima into the barricade with a dive. Back in the ring, Moxley stomps on Kojima’s hand and begins joint manipulation on his fingers. Kojima fights back with body shots, but Moxley delivers knee strikes into the corner. Moxley follows with a series of chops, but Kojima comes back and takes Moxley down. Kojima goes for the cover, but Moxley kicks out. Kojima delivers more shots, but Moxley ducks the lariat and drops Kojima with a side suplex. Moxley clotheslines Kojima in the corner and goes for the Brain Buster. Kojima counters and gets Moxley up top. They exchange shots, but Kojima gains control and suplexes Moxley back to the mat. Kojima drops Moxley with a DDT and goes for the cover, but Moxley kicks out. Moxley comes back and plants Kojima and goes for the cover, but Kojima kicks out.
Moxley applies the cross arm-breaker, but Kojima makes it to the ropes. Moxley delivers more shots and goes for the Paradigm Shift, but Kojima counters with a Brain Buster. Kojima goes for the cover, but Moxley kicks out. Kojima goes for the Koji Lariat, but Moxley ducks and delivers a German suplex. Moxley delivers a few short-arm clotheslines and comes off the ropes, but Kojima counters with one of his own. Kojima runs the ropes, but Moxley counters with a knee strike. Moxley goes for the Paradigm Shift, but Kojima counters with a lariat. Kojima delivers the Koji Cutter, and both men are down. They fight to their feet as they exchange shots and elbow strikes. Moxley comes off the ropes, but Kojima hits a rolling elbow strike. Moxley drops him with the rebound clothesline and goes for the cover, but Kojima kicks out. Moxley locks in the Bulldog Choke, but Kojima makes it to the ropes. Moxley delivers a kick and comes off the ropes, but Kojima counters and delivers Mongolian Chops. Kojima goes for the Koji Lariat, but Moxley counters with the Paradigm Shift. Moxley delivers another Paradigm Shift and gets the pin fall.
Winner: Jon Moxley
-After the match, Minoru Suzuki makes his AEW debut and comes to the ring. Suzuki gets face-to-face with Moxley and they point at and mouth each other. They exchange shots and elbow strikes. Suzuki kicks Moxley and Moxley comes back with a lariat. They run the ropes and Suzuki locks in the rear naked choke. Suzuki drops Moxley with the Gotch-style pile driver and puts his boot on Moxley’s back.

The video package for the feud between Dr. Britt Baker, D.M.D. and Kris Statlander airs.

AEW Women’s World Championship Match: Dr. Britt Baker, D.M.D. (c) (w/Jamie Hayter and Rebel) vs. Kris Statlander (w/Orange Cassidy)
They lock up and Baker applies a wrist-lock. Statlander turns it into one of her own, and then goes behind for a waist-lock take down. Statlander turns it into a headlock, but Baker backs her into the ropes. They both go for roll-ups, but Baker backs into the ropes. Baker comes back and goes for the Lockjaw, but Statlander rolls through. Baker does her D.M.D. taunt, but Statlander grabs her hand and causes Baker to boop herself. Statlander sends Baker off the ropes, but Baker comes back with a kick to the midsection. Statlander comes back with a back elbow and a mule kick. Statlander goes up top, but Baker cuts her off and delivers an avalanche fisherman’s neck-breaker. Cassidy stands between Statlander and Hayter and Rebel. Baker gets Statlander back to the apron and slams her face’first onto it. Baker suplexes Statlander in the ring and follows with elbow strikes. Baker applies a side headlock and follows with a kick to Statlander’s face. Statlander fights back and delivers shots to Baker and backs her into the corner. Statlander follows with a running elbow strike and a running knee strike.
Statlander sends Baker off the ropes, but Baker comes back with a Slingblade. Baker goes for the Curb Stomp, but Statlander dodges it and drops Baker with a Falcon Arrow. Statlander goes for the cover, but Baker kicks out. Statlander goes for a lariat, but Baker rolls through and rolls Statlander up for a two count. Baker drops Statlander with a DDT and goes for the cover, but Statlander kicks out again. Baker delivers a kick to the face and gets her glove from Rebel. Baker delivers another kick and goes for another, but Statlander counters with one of her own. Statlander goes for the Big Bang Theory, but Baker rolls through for a two count. Baker delivers a Flat-liner into the corner and goes to the ropes. Statlander cuts her off and delivers forearm shots. Statlander goes up as well and delivers more shots. Statlander drops Baker with a suplex and goes up top. Statlander goes for the Area 451, but Baker dodges it. Baker goes for the Lockjaw, but transitions into a cross-face. Statlander rolls through and slams Baker to the mat. Statlander connects with a scissors kick and goes for the cover, but Baker kicks out.
Baker rolls to the floor and Statlander goes for the pendulum moonsault from the apron, but Baker dodges it. Baker hits the Curb Stomp off the steps and rolls back into the ring. Cassidy fires up and yells at Statlander to get back into the ring, and she does at the six count. Baker goes for the Lockjaw, but Statlander counters and goes for the Spider-crab hold. Baker kicks Statlander away and follows with more kicks in the corner. Baker stomps on Statlander and goes to the ropes. Baker hits the Pittsburgh Sunrise and goes for the cover, but Statlander kicks out. Baker hits the Curb Stomp and goes for another cover, but Statlander kicks out again. Baker locks in the Lockjaw and Statlander passes out.
Winner and still AEW Women’s World Champion: Dr. Britt Baker, D.M.D.

Alex Marvez interviews Andrade El Idolo and Chavo Guerrero, Jr. Marvez asks if they caused PAC’s travel issues. Idolo says he wanted to fight, and didn’t cause it. Guerrero looks away and says the reason PAC is not here is because he is scared. Guerrero says they have offered their services to Lucha Brothers, and it’s on them if they don’t want to take it. Idolo says there are no more excuses and he dares PAC to fly in on Friday for Rampage.

The video package for the feud between The Young Bucks and Lucha Brothers airs.

AEW World Tag Team Championship – Steel Cage Match: The Young Bucks (Matt Jackson and Nick Jackson) (c) (w/Brandon Cutler and Don Callis) vs. Lucha Brothers (Penta El Zero Miedo and Rey Fenix) (w/Alex Abrahantes)
All four men start brawling and Lucha Brothers take control. They send the Bucks off the ropes, but the Bucks climb the cage. Lucha Brothers drop them with dropkicks and deliver more kicks in the corner. They exchange do-di-dos and Lucha Brothers connect with enzuigiris in the corners. Penta delivers a kick to Matt’s face, and Fenix follows with a chop. Nick gets sent into the cage, and then Lucha Brothers drop the Bucks to the mat. Penta comes off the ropes with a double stomp as Fenix holds Matt. Penta goes for the cover, but Nick breaks it up. Lucha Brothers deliver thrust kicks and send the Bucks into the cage. Lucha Brothers attempt to dive into the Bucks against the cage, but the Bucks move and Lucha Brothers crash into the cage. The Bucks double-team Penta in the corner, and then Nick delivers an enzuigiri to Fenix as Matt slingshots him. Penta is dropped with a Backstabber and then Matt dropkicks him into the cage. Matt power bombs Fenix into the cage and Nick kicks Penta in the face. Nick chokes Penta with his boot as Matt chokes Fenix with a chain.
Matt tries to power bomb Fenix into the cage, but Fenix counters with a hurricanrana into the cage. Penta comes back and drops Matt with a Backstabber and goes for the cover, but Nick breaks it up. Fenix takes Matt down with an arm drag using the cage as leverage, and then drops Nick with a back-breaker. Nick comes back with a cutter to Fenix, but then Penta drops Nick with a cutter. Matt drops Penta with a stunner, and then Fenix drops both Bucks with a double cutter. Penta and Fenix slam Matt to the canvas and Penta goes for the cover, but Matt kicks out. Fenix goes up top, but the Bucks comes back and Nick drops Fenix with a German suplex on the apron. Matt locks Penta in the Sharpshooter, but Fenix comes back and kicks Nick in the face. Fenix kicks Matt in the face to break the submission, but Nick kicks Fenix in the face again. The Bucks deliver an assisted senton on Penta and go for the cover, but Penta kicks out. Fenix delivers a shot to Nick, but the Bucks delivers a double superkick. The Bucks deliver a Meltzer Driver on Penta as Nick sentons onto Fenix. The Bucks go for a double pin, but Lucha Brothers kick out.
The Bucks go for the BTE Trigger on Fenix, but he dodges it and The Bucks hit knees. Fenix sends them into the cage, but Matt delivers a low blow to Fenix, and then one to Penta. Matt plants Fenix and then The Bucks hit More Bang for Your Buck. Matt goes for the cover, but Penta breaks it up. The Bucks rip at the Lucha Brothers’ masks and then lawn dart Fenix into the cage. Cutler tosses a bag over the top of the cage, and Matt catches it. Matt takes off one of his boots and grabs a boot lined with thumbtacks from the bag. He puts it on as we see Penta has been busted open. Matt goes to superkick Fenix with the tacks, but Penta gets in front of Fenix. Matt superkicks Penta and Nick slams Fenix into the cage. Nick slams Penta into Matt’s boot and then grinds his face into it. Nick delivers a running kick to Penta’s head against Matt’s boot. The Bucks go for the BTE Trigger, but then Matt delivers a superkick to Fenix. Nick drops Penta with a poison-rana, and The Bucks deliver the BTE Trigger to Penta. Matt goes for the cover, but Fenix breaks it up. Matt takes hit boot off and tries to hit Fenix with it, but Fenix dodges it.
Fenix drops Matt with a hurricanrana, and then kicks him in the face. Fenix delivers an enzuigiri to Nick and picks up Matt’s boot. Fenix hits The Bucks with the boot and drops Matt with the Black Fire Driver. Fenix goes for the cover, but Matt kicks out. Nick has been busted open and he and Fenix brawl on the cage wall. Penta drops Nick with a package pile driver as Matt does the same to Fenix. Penta and Matt brawl in the ring and Matt gets Penta up top. Matt delivers right hands, but Penta kicks him away. Matt comes back with a throat shot and climbs up. Penta counters him with an avalanche Canadian Destroyer from the top rope. All four men begin exchange chops and superkicks. Matt is left standing, but Fenix comes back with one more. Penta delivers another to Nick and then he and Matt drop each other with clotheslines and all four men are down. Lucha Brothers drop Matt with Fear Factor and Penta goes for the cover, but Nick breaks it up. Penta tells Fenix to go to the top of the cage, and he climbs. Penta grabs Matt as Fenix goes to the top. Nick superkicks Penta and climbs up top with Fenix.
Fenix kicks Nick back to the mat and dives off with a cross-body. Lucha Brothers spike Nick to the mat and Penta gets the pin fall.
Winners and new AEW World Tag Team Champions: Lucha Brothers

Women’s Casino Battle Royale; winner earns a future AEW World Women’s Championship Match: Abadon, Anna Jay, Big Swole, Diamante, Emi Sakura, Hikaru Shida, Jade Cargill, Jamie Hayter, Kiera Hogan, KiLynn King, Leyla Hirsch, Nyla Rose, Penelope Ford, Rebel, Red Velvet, Riho, Skye Blue, Tay Conti, The Bunny, Thunder Rosa, and Ruby Soho
The Clubs are the first to enter: Shida, Blue, Sakura, Bunny, and Abadon. Sakura and Shida go after each other as Bunny and Abadon double team Blue. Abaon beats Shida down int he corner as Blue delivers quick shots to Bunny. Bunny comes back with a knee lift, but Skye delivers one of her own. Blue gets on the ropes, but Abadon dumps her to the apron. Blue delivers a shot, but Abadon comes back with a strike to eliminate her. Bunny eliminates Abadon, and Sakura goes after Shida again. Sakura applies a Romero Special as Bunny skips around the ring. Bunny stomps on Sakura and then stomps Shida in the corner. Bunny delivers elbow strikes to Sakura, but Sakura reverses with a chop in the corner. Sakura tosses Shida across the ring as the count down begins.
The Diamonds are the next to enter: Jay, Hogan, King, Diamante, and Rose. Jay goes right after Bunny, and Hogan goes after Shida. Diamante and Hogan then double-team King as Rose splashes Shida in the corner. Sakura sends Rose away, and then Shida sends Sakura to the apron. Sakura is eliminated by Shida after Shida sent Diamante into Sakura. Rose eliminates Hogan and King back-to-back. Bunny and Jay are battling in the corner, and Rose eliminates Shida. Rose and Diamante pair up and go after Bunny and Jay. Bunny and Jay fight them off and Jay tries to eliminate Bunny. Bunny fights back and slams Jay into the corner.
Rose tries to eliminate Diamante, but Diamante holds on and takes Rose down.
The Hearts are the next to enter: Rosa, Ford, Riho, Hayter, and Swole. Rosa delivers a dropkick to Rose and Ford goes after Jay. Riho delivers a double Tiger Feint Kick to Bunny and Ford. Hayter tosses Riho in the corner and choker her with her boot. Swole goes after Diamante. Ford and Bunny double-team Jay, and then Riho is eliminated by Hayter. Swole eliminates Diamante, and then Hayter eliminates Swole. Hayter goes after Rosa, and then Rose helps Hayter. Rosa sends them both off with kicks and then delivers a baseball slide clothesline to Rose. Rosa dropkicks Rose against the ropes as Bunny and Ford continue to double team Jay. Rosa dropkicks Hayter in the corner.
The Spades are the next to enter: Conti, Velvet, Hirsch, Cargill, and Rebel. Conti saves Jay, and Hirsch suplexes Rose. Cargill goes after Rose and Rebel goes after Velvet. Rose goes back after Hirsch as Ford puts Conti up top. Conti fights back and delivers shots to Ford. Velvet tosses Rebel to the apron, and then eliminates her. Bunny pulls Jay to the apron, and then Jay eliminates her. Ford eliminates Jay, and then Conti kicks Ford in the face. Hayter goes after Velvet in the corner as Cargill eliminates Hirsch. Cargill and Rose double-team Rosa as Ford goes after Conti. Hayter stomps on Velvet in the corner.
The Joker is: Ruby Soho. Soho goes after Cargill and delivers kicks. Soho delivers shots to Rose, but Rose delivers a headbutt. Rosa takes Rose down with a hurricanrana and then Rose and Soho double team Cargill. Cargill fights them off and drops Soho with Jaded. Conti drops Ford with Judo throws as Cargill eliminates Hayter. Conti kicks Ford in the face, but Ford comes back with a kick of her own. Cargill eliminates Velvet and Rose eliminates Cargill. Ford and Conti battle on the ropes, and then Soho and Rose go after Rose. Conti eliminates Ford, and Rose eliminates Conti. Rose drops Soho and Rosa, and then delivers a Samoan Drop to Rosa. Rose hangs Soho in the corner, but Rosa sends Rose to the apron. Rosa dropkicks Rose for the elimination. Soho and Rosa stare each other down and exchange chops. Rosa chops Soho against the ropes, but Soho follows with al elbow strike. Rosa comes back with one of her own, but Soho sends her over the top. Rosa hangs on and brings Soho to the apron. Soho skins the cat as Rosa stomps on her. Soho holds on and delivers a shot to Rosa.
Soho delivers a knee strike and goes for a suplex off the apron. Rosa holds on and delivers shots. Rosa goes for the Death Valley Driver, but Soho holds on and shoves Rosa into the turnbuckle. Soho delivers a kick to the head and Rosa falls to the floor.
Winner: Ruby Soho

The video package for the feud between Chris Jericho and MJF airs.

The Final Fight; if Jericho loses, he will never wrestle in AEW again: Chris Jericho vs. MJF
They lock up and MJF applies a side-headlock. Jericho sends him off the ropes, but MJF keeps advantage and sends Jericho to the floor. MJF follows and chops Jericho against the barricade. Jericho comes back and delivers shots to MJF in the crowd. Jericho beats MJF back to ringside, and then throws a crowd divider onto MJF’s head. Jericho gets back into the ring and dropkicks MJF back to the floor. Jericho goes for a baseball slide, but MJF pulls the apron out and traps Jericho in it. MJF delivers knee strikes and right hands. MJF tosses Jericho back into the ring and stomps on his hand. MJF applies an arm-bar and takes Jericho down. MJF goes for the cover, but Jericho kicks out. Jericho comes back with a few quick suplexes and chops MJF against the ropes. MJF comes back for a shot, but Jericho counters with a dropkick. Jericho goes for the cover, but MJF kicks out again. Jericho chops MJF in the corner, but MJF comes back with a back elbow. MJF stomps on Jericho’s arm and throws him into the corner. MJF chops Jericho against the ropes and does a Ric Flair strut. MJF sends Jericho into the ropes and drops him with the Heat Seeker on the apron.
Jericho breaks the count at nine and MJF goes for a moonsault. Jericho dodges it and power bombs MJF onto the apron. They get back into the ring and exchange shots. Jericho comes off the ropes, but MJF counters with a Codebreaker. MJF goes for the cover, but Jericho kicks out. MJF goes after Jericho, but Jericho takes him down and goes for the Walls. MJF kicks free, but Jericho takes him down with a shoulder tackle. Jericho hits the Lionsault and goes for the cover, but MJF kicks out. Jericho takes MJF to the corner and delivers ten right hands. Jericho goes for a hurricanrana, but MJF counters with a power bomb from the top. MJF goes for the cover, but Jericho kicks out. MJF bites Jericho’s face and puts him up top. MJF goes for a suplex, but Jericho shoves him down. Jericho hits an avalanche Codebreaker and goes for the cover, but MJF kicks out. Wardlow comes to ringside, but Jake Hager cuts him off and they brawl by the ramp. Referees try to separate them, but they brawl to the back. MJF grabs the baseball bat and hits Jericho in the head with it. MJF hits the Judas Effect on Jericho, and Aubrey Edwards hits the three count as Jericho gets his foot on the ropes.
Paul Turner comes to ringside and tells Edwards that Jericho’s foot was on the rope before the three count. MJF shoves Edwards, but she shoves him back and Jericho rolls him up for two. MJF locks in Salt of the Earth, but Jericho rolls him up for two. MJF goes for Salt of the Earth again, but Jericho rolls through and locks in the Walls and MJF taps out.
Winner: Chris Jericho
-After the match, Hager, Sammy Guevara, Santana, and Ortiz come to the ring to celebrate with Jericho. They all share a hug as the crowd sings Jericho’s theme song.

The video package for the match between CM Punk and Darby Allin airs.

CM Punk vs. Darby Allin
They lock up and Allin takes Punk down with an arm-drag. Punk comes back and drops Allin with a shoulder tackle after coming off the ropes. They lock up again and Punk applies a side-headlock. Allin turns it into a hammer-lock, but Punk counters with a snap-mare. Allin keeps the hold applied on the mat, but Punk gets to his feet. Allin gets a roll-up for one, and then Punk drops him with a back elbow. Punk slams Allin to the mat and goes for the cover, but Allin kicks out at one. Punk applies a rear choke and turns it into a side-headlock. Allin sends him off the ropes and drops him with a shoulder tackle. They run the ropes and Punk goes for the GTS. Allin gets free and goes to the outside. Allin comes back into the ring, but Punk launches him into the corner and Allin crashes to the floor. Punk gets Allin back into the ring and applies a seated surfboard submission. Allin makes it to the ropes, and Punk stomps a few times on Allin’s back. Punk drops Allin with a back suplex and goes for the cover, but Allin kicks out. Allin fights back and comes off the ropes, but Punk drops him with a knee strike to the midsection.
Punk applies an abdominal stretch and wrenches Allin’s neck. Allin fights back with an elbow strike and a right hand. Allin runs the ropes, but Punk drops him with a back-breaker. Punk goes for the cover, but Allin kicks out. Punk goes for more shots, but Allin comes back and slams Punk to the mat. They fight to their feet and exchange strikes. Allin hits the Coffin Splash from the middle rope and gets a quick two count. Punk comes back and goes for the GTS, but Allin rolls him up for two. Allin hits the Code Red and goes for the cover again, but Punk kicks out again. Allin goes up top for the Coffin Drop, but Punk knocks him down. Punk goes for a back suplex, but Allin counters into a cross-body splash. Allin goes for the cover, but Punk kicks out. Allin gets another two count, but Punk bridges up and hits the GTS. Allin falls to the floor and Punk sits in the corner. Allin gets back in at the nine count, but Punk delivers more strikes. Punk delivers the running knee strike in the coener and goes for the GTS. Allin delivers a series of elbows and drops Punk to the mat. Allin rushes across the ring and dives into Punk, and they both crash to the floor.
Allin goes up top and connects with a flipping senton on the floor. Allin gets Punk back into the ring and goes up top. Allin mocks Punk’s GTS taunt and goes for the Coffin Drop. Punk sits up and Allin crashes to the mat. Allin gets a quick roll-up for two, and Punk picks him up for the GTS. Allin gets free and rolls Punk up with the Last Supper pin, but Punk kicks out. Punk comes back with a leg lariat and charges Allin in the corner. Allin gets the boot up and goes for the poison-rana, but Punk counters with the GTS and gets the pin fall.
Winner: CM Punk
-After the match, Sting comes to the ring. Sting checks on Allin and extends his hand to Punk for a handshake. Punk accepts it, and they both check on Allin. Sting tries to help Allin up, but Allin wants to get up on his own. Allin pulls himself up on the ropes and shakes hands with Punk. Sting and Allin leave the ring as Punk looks on from the corner. Punk celebrates as Sting and Allin back up the ramp. Punk leaves the ring, and fakes going down the heel tunnel before going down the face tunnel.

AEW Full Gear will be on Saturday, November 13th.

The video package for the match between Paul Wight and QT Marshall airs.

Paul Wight vs. QT Marshall (w/Aaron Solow and Nick Comoroto)
Wight sends Solow and Comoroto to the outside and drops Marshall with a headbutt. Wight chops Marshall in the corner a few times, and then sends him to another corner and delivers more chops. Wight charges, but Marshall gets his boots up and dropkicks his surgically-repaired him. Marshall delivers a few more strikes and goes for the cover, but Wight powers out and sends Marshall to the floor. Marshal gets back in the ring for the Diamond Cutter, but Wight shoves him away. Wight delivers a clothesline and drops Marshall with a back body drop. Marshall goes to the floor and Wight delivers a chop to Solow over the ropes. Wight delivers a right hand and a Spear to Comoroto. Marshall comes off the top, but Wight delivers a choke slam and gets the pin fall.
Winner: Paul Wight

Jon Moxley vs. Minoru Suzuki is announced for this Wednesday’s Dynamite. Moxley says when he and Suzuki are in the ring together, they are the best drug in the world. He says in Cincinnati, they bury bullies like Suzuki in the ground. He says Suzuki stepped through the Door and welcomes him to the jungle.

Also announced for Wednesday’s Dynamite is Ruby Soho’s first Dynamite appearance, and Dustin Rhodes vs. Malakai Black. Black cuts a promo. Black says he doesn’t want Rhodes to be calm; he wants him to be as mad as humanly possible. He says the madder Rhodes is, the more likely he is to slip up. Black says Rhodes will be in the ring with him on Wednesday, and reminds him of all the things he has done to Arn and Brock Anderson, Lee Johnson, and Cody Rhodes. Black tells Rhodes to think about them, but to remember that it is time to pay the boat man’s toll.

Announced for this Friday’s Rampage is Andrade El Idolo vs. PAC.

The video package for the feud between Kenny Omega and Christian Cage airs.

AEW World Championship Match: Kenny Omega (c) (w/Don Callis) vs. Christian Cage
Omega goes right after Cage, but Cage delivers a few shots. Omega comes off the ropes and drops Cage with a hurricanrana, but Cage comes back and sends him to the floor. Cage follows him out and delivers a few shots on the outside. Omega comes back and sends Cage over the steps. Omega breaks the count and lays a table on top of Cage. Omega comes down onto the table with a double stomp and it breaks over Cage. Callis and Omega set up another table and Omega goes for a suplex, but Cage counters and suplexes Omega on the floor. Cage gets Omega back into the ring and delivers chops. Omega sends Cage off the ropes, but Cage holds on and dodges a dropkick. Omega goes back with a modified Slingblade and goes for the cover, but Cage kicks out. Omega takes Cage to the corner and delivers chops. Omega puts his boot in Cage’s throat and suplexes him. Omega goes for the cover, but Cage kicks out. Omega stomps Cage in the corner, and follows with chops. Omega puts Cage up top, but Cage fights back with right hands. Omega knocks Cage to the floor and pulls him to the barricade. Omega comes off the barricade with a moonsault and tosses Cage back into the ring.
Omega goes for the cover, but Cage kicks out. Omega delivers a few slaps and sends Cage to the corner. Omega delivers a few more shots, but Cage counters with some of his own. Cage gets Omega up top and takes him down with a hurricanrana. The exchange shots as they get to their feet and Omega delivers a series of quick rights to drop Cage to a knee. Omega sends Cage tot he corner and charges, but Cage dodges him and delivers right hands. Omega gets free and goes for the One Winged Angel, but Cage gets free. Cage delivers more shots in the corner and chokes him over the middle rope. Cage drops Omega to the mat and goes for the Cloverleaf, but Omega kicks him away. Omega picks Cage up, but Cage counters with a reverse DDT. Cage goes for the cover, but Omega kicks out. Cage charges at Omega, but Omega counters with a knee strike. Omega backs Cage in the corner and drives his shoulder into his midsection. Cage comes back with a spike DDT and goes for the cover, but Omega kicks out. Omega comes back with the V Trigger and follows with the snap-dragon suplex.
Omega delivers another snap-dragon and sets up for the V Trigger. Cage flips him off, and Omega hits another snap-dragon. Omega hits the V Trigger and chokes him over the bottom rope. Omega goes to the apron and goes for a suplex through the table on the floor. Cage holds on, but Omega delivers shots to his back. Omega sets up for the snap-dragon, but Cage gets free and goes for the Killswitch. Omega shoves him away and goes for the One Winged Angel. Cage escapes into the ring and drapes Omega over the top rope. Cage comes back to the apron and spears Omega through the table. Cage gets back into the ring, and Omega does as well with Callis’ help. Cage drops Omega with another Spear and goes for the cover, but Omega kicks out. Cage goes up top for the frog splash, but Omega gets his knees up. Omega delivers a few knee strikes, and Cage fires back with right hands. Omega delivers a V Trigger and goes for the Tiger Driver. Cage counters and locks in the Cloverleaf. Callis calls for The Good Brothers, and Cage spears Anderson to the floor. Gallows holds Cage and Omega goes for the V Trigger, but Cage dodges and Omega hits Gallows.
Omega goes for the One Winged Angel, but Cage counters with the Killswitch. Cage goes for the cover, but Omega kicks out. Cage puts Omega up top, but Callis gets in the ring. Cage chases Callis out of the ring and goes up top with Omega. Cage goes for an avalanche Killswitch, but Omega gouges his eyes. Omega hits an avalanche One Winged Angel and gets the pin fall.
Winner and still AEW World Champion: Kenny Omega
-After the match, Callis celebrates with Omega in the ring. The Young Bucks come to the ring, and The Good Brothers get in the ring as well. They all deliver shots to Cage, and then Jurassic Express hit the ring, but The Elite keep control. Omega gets a microphone and asks if we are finally starting to understand. He says he doesn’t care about hometown heroes or where anyone came from. He says he proves all the time that when it comes to the AEW title, the only people that would have a chance to beat him are either not in AEW, already retired, or already dead. The lights go out in the arena, and then Adam Cole comes to the ring. Cole delivers a shot to Jungle Boy and hugs The Elite. Omega says Cole is one of their best friends and then Cole asks who’s ready for story time. Cole says The Elite is the most dominant faction in the history of the business, and there is no chance in hell of anyone stopping them. Omega bids everyone adieu, but he is interrupted by Bryan Danielson. Danielson stands with Cage, and then he, Cage, and Jurassic Express get the upper hand. Nick Jackson is left in the ring with all of them, and Danielson drops him with a knee strike. The Elite back up the ramp as the faces hug and stand in the ring. Bryan gets on the ropes as the crowd chants “Yes” and The Elite look on from the stage as the show comes to a close.

5 Responses

  1. Five star show, and a five star recap!

  2. Not Hans says:

    Agreed, five star show. Michael Riba’s reports are top notch.

  3. Luke Hauritz says:

    CM Punk’s first match in 7 years VS Darby Allin was lit, great match very enjoyable storytelling.

    Ruby Soho, Adam Cole & Brian Danielson are All Elite.

    AEW Knocked it out of the park tonight, what a fantastic ppv this was.

  4. Tony K says:

    If you guys had a poll on here like you do with every WWE pay per view, anyone that gave it below a B doesn’t know crap about wrestling….. best PPV I’ve seen in a very long time with at least three 5-star matches and well timed debuts. Definitely worth the money spent. Maybe it’s just me but AEW has taken over as the #1 wrestling promotion in the world.

  5. Joseph says:

    Really good show but I don’t think it was a five star show. A few matches were five stars but a few matches weren’t really entertaining to watch. In my opinion the show didn’t start getting good until the Britt Baker vs Kris Statlander match. After that it was the Young Bucks vs the Lucha Brothers. Those two matches stole the show. The CM Punk vs Darby Allen match was decent but that was mainly because of Darby Allen. I think he carried that match and the only reason Punk won was because it was his first match and it was in his home town.

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