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AEW All Out 2021: Full list of winners, match results, video, more

We bring you the rundown of what happened at AEW’s All Out ppv on Sunday.

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AEW’s marquee pay-per-view of the summer is set to kick off tonight with All Out coming live for Now Arena in Hoffman Estates, IL. The main card will start at 8 p.m. ET and be available for $50 on Bleacher Report Live.

The show will be highlighted by the in-ring debut of CM Punk, who ended his seven-year hiatus from professional wrestling by signing with the company in August. The 10-match card will also feature four title matches and a 21-women Casino Battle Royale where the winner gets a future shot at the AEW Women’s World title.

List of matches and results

EW World Championship - Kenny Omega (c) vs. Christian Cage

Kenny Omega defeats Christian Cage

Ok nice win Kenny, but the real story here is Adam Cole debuting in AEW. He aligns himself with the Elite faction after a superkick to Jungle Boy, and he’s on the mic and... here’s Daniel Bryan Bryan Danielson! Wow!

Paul Wight vs. QT Marshall

Paul Wight wins by pinfall.

Choke slam and pinfall by the big man in a pretty quick match that served as a nice palate cleanser between CM Punk’s return, and Kenny Omega defending the world title.

CM Punk vs. Darby Allin

CM Punk wins by pinfall.

It was a heckuva match, and Punk brings back his patented finisher. But the pop for him in his hometown was unforgettable.

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Chris Jericho vs. MJF (If Jericho loses, he must retire from in-ring competition in AEW)

Chris Jericho wins by submission.

Jericho was actually counted out for his career, but another official came out to help Aubrey Edwards and tell her that Le Champion actually had his foot on the rope. Edwards restarted the match, the legend hit The Walls of Jericho, and MJF tapped in the center of the ring.

The weird ending might mean these two will keep feuding, which would be fun for everyone as they’re a great pair in and out of the ring. Dancing, singing, or wrestling.

21-Women Casino Battle Royale

Ruby Soho wins

Ruby Soho was the Joker, and made her AEW debut. Going last has its advantages, and it was Thunder Rosa and Soho as the last two in the ring. Soho hung on for the victory, and guarantees her a shot at Dr. Britt Baker’s AEW Championship.

AEW World Tag Team Championship - The Young Bucks (c) vs. The Lucha Brothers (Steel Cage)

The Lucha Brothers win by pinfall over the Young Bucks.

The spots were breathtaking, as Ray Fenix went to the top of a massive cage and hit a dive from the top. There was a shoe filled with thumbtacks. There was a superkick fest in the middle of the ring. The crowd could not have been louder.

As good as AEW gets.

AEW Women’s World Championship - Britt Baker (c) (with Rebel) vs. Kris Statlander

Dr. Britt Baker, DMD wins by submission with Lockjaw to retain the AEW Women’s World Championship.

Jon Moxley vs. Satoshi Kojima

Jon Moxley wins by pinfall with Paradigm Shift. He set it up with a headbutt and DDT.

After the match, Minoru Suzuki shows up. He exchanges forearms with Moxley and eventually nails the Gotch Piledriver.

AEW TNT Championship- Miro (c) vs. Eddie Kingston

Miro wins and retains championship after low blow set up the Machka Kick

Best Friends (Orange Cassidy, Chuck Taylor, Wheeler Yuta) and Jurassic Express vs. The HFO and TH2

Best Friends & Jurassic Express win by submission with Snare Trap from “Jungle Boy” Jack Perry on Angelico. And hey, it’s The Butcher!