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AEW All Out 2019 – Every match happening this Saturday

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The cards have been dealt, the bluff has been called an it’s not just time to go all in. This time, AEW is going All Out with their latest big event. With a debut on television coming in October, the upstart new promotion that has been making waves in the wrestling industry is once again ready to put its money where its mouth with, with a selection of matches that feature the cream of the sports entertainment crop.

There are no jokers here, only kings, queens and aces up the sleeves of AEW. Here’s a look at all the matches taking place on Saturday:

  • Casino (Battle) Royale
  • Private Party vs. Angelico and Jack Evans
  • Riho vs. Hikaru Shida
  • Luchasaurus, Jungle Boy, and Marko Stunt vs. SCU
  • Pac vs. Kenny Omega
  • The Dark Order vs. The Best Friends (AEW Tag Team Championship Tournament)
  • Joey Janela vs. Jimmy Havok vs. Darby Allin
  • Cody vs. Shawn Spears
  • The Young Bucks vs. The Lucha Bros. (AAA Tag Team Championship Ladder Match)
  • Hangman Page vs. Chris Jericho (AEW World Championship)

2019 has already seen some fantastic events from AEW, in the form of Double or Nothing, Fyter Fest and Fight for the Fallen. This Saturday’s event is the biggest yet, even though it won’t see the red-hot Jon Moxley in action as he’ll be undergoing some much-needed surgery for his elbow. Kenny Omega will instead tangle with the man that gravity forgot, the reborn bastard known as PAC.

Beyond that, the night will see the American Nightmare Cody take on Shawn Spears in a hard-hitting bout, the unveiling of the AEW World Woman’s championship belt and the main event to crown AEW’s first champion. With Hangman Page and Chris Jericho vying for the covered spot of being the first champion, this will be a match to remember.

It’s the biggest night yet for the fledgeling AEW promotion as they seek to rewrite the sports entertainment rulebook. Will they win big or crash and burn when their cards are dealt? There’s only one way to find out when All Out kicks off on Saturday.

Last Updated: August 29, 2019

One Comment

  1. I watched the last PPV, and it was okay. To be honest, of the last three PPVs I watched from AEW and WWE, without a doubt, I found NXT the most entertaining! SummerSlam was soso, and the last AEW PPV, Fight for the Fallen, was okay as well. NXT’s Take Over was the most balls to wall for me!!!


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