The second Pay-Per-View in the history of AEW is Saturday night and there has been plenty of buzz in the past few hours that we could see the return of one of pro wrestling’s biggest draws.
Here is the card for AEW All Out.
AEW World Championship: Chris Jericho vs. “Hangman” Page
Kenny Omega vs. PAC
Cody Rhodes vs. Shawn Spears
AAA Tag Team Championship Ladder Match: Lucha Brothers vs. The Young Bucks
Jimmy Havoc vs. Joey Janela vs. Darby Allin
Best Friends vs. The Dark Order
Riho vs. Hikaru Shida
Luchasaurus, Jungle Boy and Marko Stunt vs. SCU
Private Party vs. Angelico and Jack Evans
Women’s Casino Battle Royal
The cost of watching All Out is $49.99 on the Bleacher Report Live app as well as traditional PPV. The event starts at 7 p.m. Eastern Standard Time with an hour “pre-show” and the official show will kick off at 8 p.m.
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AEW’s first PPV back on Memorial Day weekend ended with a surprise when Jon Moxley came out through the crowd. It was a great moment, but many wrestling fans will now be expecting another big surprise on Saturday night.
What would do the trick is the appearance of either CM Punk or Luke Harper.
Punk will be in his hometown of Chicago on Saturday as he participates in Starrcast and storyline-wise it would fit perfectly if Punk came out like Moxley did at the end of Chris Jericho’s match. Jericho and Punk had something of an underground feud several years back as both were referring to themselves as “The Best in the World.”
Punk could potentially use “Cult of Personality” as his theme song in AEW as WWE does not own the exclusive rights to the theme. Punk did use the song while fighting in UFC.
As for Harper, there is still a ton of mystery surrounding his WWE contract. The latest was that WWE added six months to his contract despite it being set to expire last November. It’s now been 10 months since then.
Here are links to watch the PPV. We will update closer to the start of the event.