All Elite Wrestling will deliver an action-packed show with AEW All Out on September 4.
Jon Moxley will defend the AEW World Championship against CM Punk. Plus, Kenny Omega and the Young Bucks will face Hangman Page and Dark Order in the finals of the AEW World Trios Championship Tournament. Elsewhere on the show, AEW will crown an Interim AEW Women’s World Champion, Chris Jericho will face Bryan Danielson, and much more.
The results are as follows:
AAA World Mixed Tag Team Championship Match: Sammy Guevara and Tay Melo (c) vs. Ortiz and Ruby Soho
The match quickly begins; in the backstage area, Ortiz and Soho chase the champions down on a golfcart, and they attack them at ringside. The challengers control the match early on. Guevara gets busted open, but the champions gain the upper hand. Anna J-A-S comes out and tries to interfere, but Soho slams her into the steps. Melo punches Soho on the top rope and supleces her onto Ortiz and Guevara at ringside.
In the end, Melo pins Soho with the Tay-KO.
Winners and still AAA World Mixed Tag Team Champion: Sammy Guevara and Tay Melo
After the match, Guevara and Melo kiss. Soho is helped to the back as she clutches her nose.
FTW Championship: HOOK (c) vs. Angelo Parker (with “Daddy Magic” Matt Menard)
Parker takes the fight to HOOK, but the champion overpowers him. A distraction from Menard helps Parker blast HOOK in the eye and take control. Parker takes the champion down with a dropkick. HOOK rallies with a headbutt, and when Menard grabs his leg, he stomps on his hand. The champion tosses Parker with an Exploder suplex. Parker kicks HOOK’s nose. The champion drills him with body shots. He escapes a suplex and makes Parker tap out to the Redrum.
Winner and still FTW Champion: HOOK
Menard attacks HOOK after the match and stomps him. Action Bronson gets in the ring and makes the save by manhandling Parker and Menard. He stares them down, alongside HOOK.
AEW All-Atlantic Championship: Pac (c) vs. Kip Sabian
Pac and Sabian feel each other out early on. The challenger stomps Pac in the corner and hits a cannonball. He directs the crowd’s volume like a maestro. Pac takes control and dumps Sabian to the mat. Sabian sends the champion out of the ring and hits a split-legged moonsault. Pac drops his opponent with a brainbuster on the floor. Back in the ring, the two men trade blows. Pac drops the challenger with a barrage of strikes. They exchange shots, and Sabian plants Pac with a dragon suplex. Pac fires back with a suplex of his own. Sabian hits a brainbuster and slams Pac for a two count. Pac wrenches Sabian’s ear and floors him with a forearm. After a few stomps, he hits the Black Arrow for the win.
Winner and still AEW All-Atlantic Champion: Pac
After the match, Pac is about to do an interview with Tony Schiavone when Orange Cassidy interrupts. Pac says Cassidy isn’t a wrestler and tells him to go to the back of the line. Back in the ring, Sabian is yelling at his cardboard box.
Eddie Kingston vs. Tomohiro Ishii
The two men trade stiff chops back and forth, over and over again. Kingston takes control and knocks Ishii down. The chops continue, and both men have red chests from the punishment. Ishii fires up with a barrage of strikes. They keep battling, and Ishii drops Kingston with a shot to the head. Kingston rallies with machine gun chops and suplexes Ishii. “The Stone Pitbull” no-sells some chops and suplexes Kingston. They slap each other in the face, and the two men are unwilling to go down. Kingston seemingly hurts his arm and lures Ishii in for a suplex. Ishii fires back with a suplex. Both men are down after some more stiff shots. Kingston hits a falling lariat and a powerbomb for a two count.
“The Mad King” gets another two count with a lariat. Ishii blasts Kingston with a lariat of his own. Kingston hits the back fist for a near fall. They keep going back and forth, and Kingston slams Ishii to the mat for the win.
Winner: Eddie Kingston
Kingston goes over to Ishii after the match, but Ishii brushes him off.
Casino Ladder Match: Claudio Castagnoli vs. Penta Ocsuro vs. Rey Fenix vs. Wheeler Yuta vs. Andrade El Idolo vs. RUSH vs. Dante Martin vs. The Joker
Fenix and Yuta start the bout. Fenix gains the upper hand with some acrobatic offense. Yuta dives onto Fenix through the ropes and sends him crashing into a ladder. RUSH enters the match and attacks Yuta. He dives onto Fenix on the outside and slams him into the barricade. Andrade El Idolo enters the bout and works with RUSH to set up a ladder bridge. Andrade and RUSH climb the ladder, but Yuta stops them. Andrade hits a sunset flip on Yuta onto a ladder. Claudio Castagnoli comes to the ring and drills RUSH with a European uppercut. He dumps Andrade off a ladder, sending him crashing to the floor. Dante Martin enters the match and kicks Castagnoli. He goes to dive onto Claudio but instead leaps onto a ladder and tries to unhook the chip. Claudio tosses him, and he lands on a ladder. He sends Castagnoli to the outside with a hurricanrana. Penta Oscuro comes to the ring and floors Martin with a destroyer on the ramp. He rocks Yuta with a kick and eats an uppercut from Claudio.
Penta drills Andrade with a destroyer on a ladder. Fenix takes RUSH out with a splash through a table. Martin vaults onto Claudio as he climbs a ladder. A bunch of masked men storm the ring and attack the competitors. One of them climbs the ladder and unhooks the chip. He reveals himself to be Stokely Hathaway. His stablemates, the Gunn Club, W. Morrissey, Ethan Page, and Lee Moriarty, unmask themselves. The Joker comes out, wearing a mask, and Hathaway hands him the chip, so The Joker wins the match.
Winner: The Joker
The Joker moves to unmask himself, but he changes his mind. The group walks away.
AEW World Trios Championship Tournament Finals: Hangman Page and Dark Order (John Silver and Alex Reynolds) vs. The Elite (Kenny Omega and The Young Bucks)
Omega comes to the ring, and he’s not wearing a compression shirt or any tape. Page and Nick Jackson start the bout. They’re evenly matched as they trade strikes, and they bump fists. Matt Jackson and Reynolds tag in. Matt disrespects Reynolds, firing him up in the process. Silver tags in and kicks Matt. The Dark Order duo stomp him, and Hangman stops them. Hangman and Onega square off and feel each other out. Reynolds and Silver double-team Omega. Page tags back in and trades blows with Page. Hangman drops him with a boot and slams him to the mat. Nick dives onto Page, and Matt takes out the Dark Order duo with a dropkick before Nick dives onto them. Matt hits a diving elbow on Hangman. The Elite trio gang up on Hangman. Silver fires up with a flurry of offense. Silver and Reynolds hit a double-team brainbuster on Matt on the outside. Omega hits a diving crossbody and dishes out snap dragon suplexes. Hangman and the Dark Order jackknife Omega, but he kicks out.
The Elite rally, and Omega dives onto his opponents. Hangman and the Dark Order take control, and almost is down after a number of superkicks. Hangman and Omega square off and trade blows. Page counters a German suplex and takes a V-Trigger to the face. Omega gets a two count with a Tiger Driver 97. Hangman rallies and hits a Buckshot to the back of the head. Matt stops Hangman from hitting a full Buckshot, and Nick hits one of his own. The Bucks hit the BTE Trigger for a near fall. Silver rolls through a One-Winged Angel for a near fall. Page accidentally hits the Buckshot on Silver, and Omega pins him for the win.
Winners and new AEW World Trios Champion: The Elite (Kenny Omega and The Young Bucks)
Omega and The Young Bucks celebrate, and Page pounds the mat in frustration after the match.
TBS Championship: Jade Cargill (c) vs. Athena (with Kiera Hogan and Leila Grey)
Athena takes the fight to Cargill. She hits the O-Face for two count, and The Baddies pull her out of the ring. Athena kicks Grey into the barricade. Cargill gains the upper hand and throws Athena across the ring. Athena perseveres and goes for the O-Face but Cargill counters. Athena dodges the Jaded and hits the champion with a superkick. She gets a two count with a Stunner. Cargill blasts her with a boot and hits the Jaded.
Winner and still TBS Champion: Jade Cargill
Alex Marvez interviews CM Punk while he’s walking his dog Larry. Asked if he’s fully healthy, he notes that he’s practically never been fully healthy for a big match lately.
Wardlow and FTR vs. Jay Lethal and the Motor City Machine Guns (with Sonjay Dutt and Satnam Singh)
Wardlow and Lethal start the bout and feel each other out. Wardlow goes for the powerbomb, but the Machine Guns distract him. Things get chippy between FTR and the Machine Guns. Dax Harwood takes the fight to Chris Sabin and drops Alex Shelley. He dumpes Shelley with a back suplex. Wardlow suplexes both Machine Guns. Lethal helps Shelley and Sabin take control with a kick. Lethal and Harwood trade blows. Wheeler floors Shelley with a lariat. Shelley catches him with a forearm, but Wheeler slams him face-first for a two count. Wardlow drops Lethal and Sabin. Lethal wraps Wheeler’s leg around the ring post. The Guns and Lethal isolate Wheeler, and the former ROH World Champion locks in a Figure-Four. Wardlow slams Lethal for a two count.Singh punches Wardlow, allowing Lethal to get a two count.
Lethal gets a two count with a diving elbow drop. Wardlow floors Lethal with a powerbomb and plants him with a few more for the win.
Winner: Wardlow and FTR
After the bell, Lethal and his partners move to attack the victors, but Samoa Joe storms the ringside area and attacks Singh. He tosses Dutt into the ring, and Harwood’s daughter comes to the ring. She breaks Dutt’s pencil and “pins” him.
Ricky Starks vs. Powerhouse Hobbs
Starks and Hobbs take the fight to each other, and the latter overpowers his former partner. Outside of the ring, Hobbs slams Starks into the barricade. Powerhouse continues to dominate, and he wrenches Starks’ head in a chin-lock. Starks rallies with some punches and a tornado DDT. Hobbs floors Starks with a spienbuster for the win.
Winner: Powerhouse Hobbs
AEW World Tag Team Championship: Swerve in Our Glory (Keith Lee and Swerve Strickland) vs. The Acclaimed (Max Caster and Anthony Bowens) (with Billy Gunn)
Caster raps before the match, saying The Acclaimed will “scissor” the paper champions. Bowens and Strickland start the bout. The crowd chants for “Daddy Ass”. Bowens gets a two count on a pin attempt. Lee and Caster tag in. Caster goes for a shoulder block, and Lee no-sells it. Caster takes Lee down with a hurricanrana. Bowens dropkicks Strickland, and The Acclaimed take control. They scissor to celebrate. Lee punches Caster and crushes him with a crossbody. Swerve hits a diving uppercut, and the champions double-team Caster. Caster rallies and tags Bowens, who clears house with a flurry of offense. Bowens plants Strickland for a DDT for a two count. Bowens’ knee is bothering him, and the referee checks on him. Swerve tosses him over the ropes, and Bowens lands hard on his knee. Swerve hits a missile dropkick that targets Bowens’ knee and gets in Gunn’s face.
The champions continue to target Bowens’ knee. Lee dominates Bowens and tosses him across the ring. Bowens hits a flipping neckbreaker. Caster tags in and clears house. He gets a two crowd with a crossbody. Lee accidentally pounces Swerve, and The Acclaimed double-team the powerhouse for a two count. Lee drives Caster out of the ring. Bowens keeps fighting, but his knee gives out. The Acclaimed superplex Lee, but Strickland tags in and hits the Swerve Stomp for a near fall. He stomps Bowens’ injured knee and wrenches it in a submission hold until Caster breaks it up. Swerve kicks Caster for a two count. Caster hits a Mic Drop while Caster holds Swerve, but the double-team move hurts Bowens’ knee even more. Lee chops Bowens, and Billy gets on the apron to distract him. Caster hits an Attitude Adjustment on Lee. Bowens slams Swerve, and Caster hits he Mic Drop for a near fall. Swerve slams Caster on the apron. He attacks Bowens’ injured leg. Lee tags in, and Bowens tries to fight them. Swerve accidentally kicks Lee, and Bowens rolls up Lee for a two count. Swerve and Lee hit the double-team stomp for the win.
Winners and still AEW World Tag Team Champions: Swerve in Our Glory (Keith Lee and Swerve Strickland)
After the match, Lee extends his hand to “Daddy Ass”, and they scissor.
AEW Interim Women’s World Championship Match: Britt Baker (with Rebel) vs. Hikaru Shida vs. Toni Storm vs. Jamie Hayter
The action quickly gets underway, as Storm takes the fight to Hayter and Shida focuses on Baker. Storm dropkicks Hayter. Shida takes control with a knee to Hayter. The competitors trade pin attempts. Hayter locks Shida in a single crab, and Baker goes for the Lockjaw, but Storm stops her. Baker drops Storm with a slingblade. Hayter gains the upper hand with a flurry of offense. She suplexes Shida and Storm. Storm and Shida are left alone in the ring, and they feel each other out. Shida kips up after a shoulder tackle, and they trade blows. Rebel gets in the ring, and the two women headbutt her. Hayter and Baker enter the ring and take control. Hayter carries Shida up the ramp, and Baker stops her. Doctors check on Shida and help her to the back. Back in the ring, Baker and Hayter gang up on Storm. She fights back and dives onto Hayter for a two count. Baker and Hayter work together to ground Storm. Shida comes back to the ring, carrying two kendo sticks, and she hits her opponents.
Shida slams Baker into Hayter. She superplexes Hayter for a two count. Storm drops Baker with a boot and gets caught with a dropkick from Hayter. The four women trade blows, and Shida wins the exchange. She gets a two count with a Falcon Arrow. Hayter floors Storm with a piledriver. Baker drops Shida with a neckbreaker and stomps her for a two count. Hayter nearly scores the win, but Baker pulls the referee out of the ring. Storm hits the Storm Zero and Baker pins Hayter for a two count. Storm pins Hayter with a DDT.
Winner and new AEW Interim Women’s World Champion: Toni Storm
Jungle Boy vs. Christian Cage
During Cage’s entrance, he goes over to Jungle Boy’s mom, who’s sitting in the front row. Jungle Boy comes out, and he’s blindsided by Luchasaurus. He slams Jungle Boy onto the ramp and again through a table. The powerhouse rolls Jungle Boy into the ring, and he clearly isn’t 100%. He tries to fight anyway, and while he kicks out of a Spear, Cage pins him with the Killswitch.
Winner: Christian Cage
Cage embraces Luchasaurus after the bell.
Backstage, Alex Marvez is standing by with Death Triangle and Best Friends. The two trios will face off Wednesday night on AEW Dynamite. PAC tells Orange Cassidy he’s a little dog who’s barking up the wrong tree.
Bryan Danielson vs. “Lionheart” Chris Jericho
Danielson and Jericho feel each other out, and “The American Dragon” stomps the latter. Jericho gains the upper hand and takes Danielson to the mat. Danielson takes control, but Jericho drills him with some elbows. They trade chops, and “Lionheart” drops Danielson with a backbreaker. Danielson floors Jericho with a missile dropkick. He counters the Walls once, but Jericho blocks a hurricanrana and locks in the Walls of Jericho. Danielson rolls through and gets a two count. Jericho goes crashing to the floor when Danielson dodges him in the corner. “The American Dragon” dives through the ropes and lands on Jericho. Danielson goes for a diving headbutt, but Jericho evades it. “The American Dragon” counters the Lionsault and goes for the LeBell Lock. Jericho transitions and locks in the Walls, but Danielson escapes.
Jericho drops Danielson with a piledriver and hits the Lionsault for a two count. Danielson blasts Jericho with some elbows and traps him in the LeBell Lock. He switches to a triangle choke, and Jericho escapes. He hits a Codebreaker for a two count. Jericho locks Danielson in the Liontamer. He punches Danielson and tells him to stay down. Danielson fires up and hits the running jnee. He locks in the Cattle Mutilation and elbows Jericho some more. “The American Dragon” kicks Jericho and drills him with a rolling elbow. Jericho kicks Danielson below the belt and pins him with the Judas Effect.
Winner: Chris Jericho
Jericho celebrates with the Jericho Appreciation Society, though Daniel Garcia is conspicuous by his absence.
House of Black (Malakai Black, Brody King, and Buddy Matthews) (with Julia Hart) vs. Miro, Darby Allin, and Sting
Malakai Black and Miro start the bout. “The Redeemer” stomps Black in the corner. King gets in the ring, and Miro takes the fight him, too. Black and Matthews try to double-team Miro, but the latter gets suplexed. Miro refuses to tag Allin when he asks. The former TNT Champion slams Matthews to the mat and again opts not to tag out. Allin tags himself in and gets a two count with a roll-up. Allin goes for a Code Red, but Black drills him with a kick. Black stomps him in a corner. King overpowers Allin and chops him out of the ring. He slams Allin into the barricade. House of Black isolates Allin. Matthews nails him with a knee to the head. Allin tags Miro, but the referee doesn’t see it due to Hart’s interference. Sting tags in and clears house. He trips King, sending him crashing into Matthews in the corner. Black and Sting trade blows. The legend traps him in the Scorpion Death Lock. He refuses to break it, even as King and Matthews kick him. Black transitions into a knee bar. Matthews kicks Miro in the face.
Sting escapes Dante’s Inferno and tags Allin. He hits the Scorpion Death Drop, but Mathews breaks up the pin after a Coffin Drop. Miro crashes into the steps, but Allin takes Matthews out with a dive. Black and Sting are left alone, and Sting spits mist at Black. Allin stacks him up for the win.
Winners: Miro, Darby Allin, and Sting
Backstage, Chris Jericho asks Daniel Garcia why he didn’t celebrate with him after his match. He tells Garcia that the Jericho Appreciation Society won’t be there for him during his ROH Pure Championship match on AEW Dynamite.
AEW World Championship: Jon Moxley (c) vs. CM Punk
Moxley flips Punk off. Punk quickly hits the GTS. The challenger takes the fight to the champion, and the match quickly spills into the crowd. Punk is in control, and he brings Moxley back to ringside. He slams Moxley into the steps. Moxley rallies by slamming Punk head-first into the ring post, and the blow busts the challenger open. Moxley punches Punk and opens up his wound. He continues to beat Punk up. The champion drills Punk with elbows to the head. He chops Punk in the corner. Punk rallies, but Moxley takes him down with a kneebreaker. He wrenches Punk’s surgically-repaired foot and stomps on his abdomen. He continues to grind the wound on Punk’s head. Punk rakes Moxley’s eye to escape a heel hook. The challenger flips off Mox, and the champion plans him with a piledriver.
Punk gains some breathing room by slamming Moxley shoulder-first onto the ring apron. He stomps on Moxley and locks in the Anaconda Vice, but the champion bites his way out. Punk slams Moxley, but the champion counters a diving elbow into a chokehold. He transitions and locks in the Bulldog Choke, but Punk escapes. He traps Punk in an ankle lock, but the challenger reaches the ropes. Punk springs to his feet and kicks Moxley, who fires back with a clothesline. Moxley escapes the GTS. The two competitors trade shots. Moxley reverses the GTS again and hits the Death Rider for a two count. He hits some hammer and anvil elbows before he locks in the Bulldog Choke. Punk rolls through, escapes, and hits the GTS. Moxley lands on Punk, apparently unconscious. Punk goes for another GTS, and Punk hits it for the win.
Winner and new AEW World Champion: CM Punk
Punk celebrates after the match until the lights go out. Some audio of Tony Khan plays, and he’s talking about someone’s prolonged absence. He says he’ll swallow a bitter pill by putting this person in the Casino Ladder Match without even giving him an extension. A clip of CM Punk saying, “The Greatest trick the devil ever played is making everyone think he didn’t exist.” The Joker takes off his mask, says he’s the devil, and pits on a burberry scarf. Back in the arena, the lights come up, MJF’s theme song plays, and he comes to the stage. He stares down Punk and motions for the title. He then flips off everyone as the show comes to a close.