It’s nesting time. On Sunday, we will see CM Punk return to the ring for the first time in seven years, as he faces Darby Allen in AEW All Out. It’s a big match, the start of punk in AEW Rampage is one of the biggest wrestling moments of the last decade, and it’s one of the many reasons to be excited for the All Out.
The punk is definitely the biggest star of the show, but many others are also shining brightly. Chris Jericho will compete with the MJF, and says he will retire from wrestling if he loses. The Young Boxes defend their tag title in a cage match against the Lucha Brothers, which is definitely fantastic. Finally, Christian Cage will challenge Kenny Omega for the AEW Championship.
Note: According to AEW owner Tony Khan, the PAC vs Andrew L Idolo match scheduled for All Out was delayed.
All Out 2021 seems to be AEW’s highest salary yet, and it’s on Sunday, September 5th. Here’s what you need to know about it.
How to see all out, start times.
AEW All Out is available through PPV for $ 60, but it’s also available on streaming services. If you are in the United States, it will be $ 50, according to the Bleacher Report. You can view through the app or website. In the UK and Australia, you’ll see it instead., Where it costs $ 20 (£ 14, AU $ 25).
The Bleacher Report live app is available on Roku, Amazon Fire TV, Apple TV, Android TV, iOS and Android. Foot TV is available on all of the above pluses., And smart TVs from Samsung, LG, Sharp, Sony and Panasonic.
The main show starts at this time. 5pm PT / 8pm ET., With an show starting an hour earlier. In order to capture the audience in the UK, the main show of All Out starts soon. Monday at 1 p.m. GMT. (Midnight Sunday preview). Below, the show begins. 10 a.m. (9am presentation)
- AEW Championship: Kenny Omega (c) vs. Christian Cage.
- CM Punk vs. Darby Allen (with sting)
- Chris Jericho vs. MJF.
- AEW TNT Championship: Marrow (c) vs. Eddie Kingston.
- Paul White vs. QT Martial
- AEW Women’s Championship: Bert Baker DMD vs. Kris Statlander.
- John Maxley Satoshji Kojima.
- Steel Cage AEW Tag Team Championship Match: The Young Box (c) vs. The Lucha Brothers.
- Women’s Casino Battle Royale
- Pre-show 10-person tag match: Best Friend and Jurassic Express vs. Hardy Family Office and The Hybrid.
CM Punk finally returned.
After a month of rumors and speculation, CM Punk officially returned to wrestling on the August 20 episode of AEW Rampage. The whispers began with a report by Fightfill’s Sean Rosssap, one of Wrestling’s most trusted journalists. SAP reported on July 22 that CM Punk was in talks with AEW for an internal return.
These rumors became screams on the July 28 episode of Dynamite. At the beginning of the show, a special edition of Rampage was announced. (Note: There was a commotion last Friday, so this Friday’s episode is just the second episode.) It will be called the first dance, and will air from the United Center in Chicago. As punk became synonymous with Chicago, the dynamite mob erupted in “CM Punk”. In the next section, Darby Allen said that AEW is the only place that proves you are the greatest – “even if you think you are the best in the world.”
During his run in the WWE, “The Best in the World” was CM Manik’s punk. With Pinky pointing to Darby after the announcement of the Chicago show, the wrestling world has confirmed that Punk is bound to be present to set up a match against Darby at the Out in Friday’s uproar.
And that’s exactly what happened.
Punk opened the August 20 episode with a great response from the ground, gave a charming and heartfelt speech to the fans, and ended it by challenging Darby Allen for an all-out match. This will be the first official wrestling match since the 2014 Royal Rumble – the last time Punk wrestled, Barack Obama was still president and Undertaker still had an unbeaten streak of WrestleMania.