Fans in Chicago will see hometown hero CM Punk wrestle his first match in over seven and a half years following his sensational comeback last month, while there are at least two names heavily rumoured to become All Elite on tonight’s show.
The card is stacked from the Casino Battle Royale with an AEW Women’s World Title match on the line, to four huge championship bouts.
A living legend has his in-ring career hanging in the balance, along with an interpromotional dream match and a wrestling return for Paul Wight over a year after his last match.
With such a massive night planned, we’ve put together our usual pay-per-view guide with the full match card, streaming details and more.
Here’s what you need to know…
When is AEW All Out 2021?
AEW All Out takes place on tonight (Sunday, September 5) with all the action on the main card kicking off at 1am for fans in the UK, with the Buy In pre-show kicking off 30 minutes earlier.
How can you watch AEW All Out 2021?
For fans in the UK, AEW All Out is available to order via Fite TV.
Meanwhile, those in the United States can get in on the action through either Bleacher Report, traditional pay-per-view or – for the first time ever – Fite TV.
AEW All Out 2021 full match card
CM Punk vs. Darby Allin
AEW World Title: Kenny Omega (c) vs. Christian Cage
AEW Women’s World Title: Dr. Britt Baker, D.M.D. (c) vs. Kris Statlander
Steel Cage Match for AEW Tag Team Titles: Young Bucks (c) vs. Lucha Brothers
TNT Title: Miro (c) vs. Eddie Kingston
If Jericho loses, he has to retire: Chris Jericho vs. MJF
Paul Wight vs. QT Marshall
Jon Moxley vs. Satoshi Kojima
Casino Battle Royale: Nyla Rose vs. Thunder Rosa vs. The Bunny vs. Big Swole vs. Tay Conti vs. Diamante vs. Penelope Ford vs. Red Velvet vs. Hikaru Shida vs. Emi Sakura vs. Jade Cargill vs. Kiera Hogan vs. Abadon vs. Leyla Hirsch vs. KiLynn King vs. Rebel vs. Jamie Hayter vs. Anna Jay vs. Riho vs. Skye Blue vs. TBA Joker
Buy In: Best Friends and Jurassic Express vs. Hardy Family Office and The Hybrid 2
What can you expect from AEW All Out 2021? CM Punk return plus rumours of Ruby Soho and Daniel Bryan
The biggest story heading into All Out tonight is undoubtedly the return of CM Punk after seven years away from wrestling, and this is a rare occasion where a company can be forgiven for not having a world championship match in the main event.
Punk’s match with Darby Allin – which he should absolutely win – will likely end the show in Chicago, while he could be joined by an old friend with Daniel Bryan heavily rumoured to be making his AEW debut tonight.
Similarly, the Casino Battle Royale – with the winner getting a shot at the women’s championship – is guaranteed to deliver a surprise with the Joker entry, and while Ruby Soho is the only real option, she should also win the match.
Kenny Omega will likely retain in a hard fought clash with Christian Cage, and despite Eddie Kingston being ready it feels like Miro should keep building momentum with the TNT Title.
Likewise, Britt Baker needs to hold onto the gold, and Young Bucks will probably have another successful defence before moving onto their next challenger.
Paul Wight should win decisively against QT Marshall, Jon Moxley will beat Satoshi Kojima, and there’s sure to be emotional scenes with MJF beats Chris Jericho and forces him into retirement.
This will be an historic night, and one you don’t want to miss!
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