This week, Joe & Karl break down every match that happened at All Elite Wrestling’s All Out, touch on CM Punk’s appearance at Starrcast and more!
Omega and PAC will do their damndest to tear the house down and put on a hell of a dream match. But the fact that it’s a “dream match” is really all it has going for it.
While AEW has largely succeeded in its efforts to date as an upstart promotion, the company has a lot of work to do to be able to compete with WWE
Exciting news from Chief Brand Officer, Brandi Rhodes, about All Elite Wrestling’s women’s division, and some special announcements for All Out.
Shawn Spears’ new advisor provides some insight into his intentions for his new protégé, and we return to the AEW Control Center for an exclusive update on the co-main event for All Out.
Fight for the Fallen was All Elite Wrestling’s third show, but it was established early on that the next big event would be All Out, which is scheduled for August 31
Despite The Sears Center’s capacity of just over 10,000, upwards of 137,600 tickets were requested by fans waiting in virtual lines, hoping to get tickets for All Elite Wrestling’s second showcase
Joe & Karl kick things off talking about the Jericho vs Hangman match scheduled for All Out, before moving on to a variety of today’s topics
The first AEW world heavyweight champion will be crowned at All Out, when The Hangman duels with a Living Legend