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AEW All Out card, match predictions: CM Punk vs. Darby Allin caps stacked night

Who is going to dethrone the Young Bucks?

Nearly a year into the AEW Tag Team Championship reign of Matt and Nick Jackson, the cornerstone members of The Elite haven’t really been in trouble — yet. On Sunday, that could change.

The red-hot Lucha Brothers take on the Bucks for the tag-team gold at All Out, one match out of a stacked nine-match card coming to you live from the NOW Arena just outside of Chicago, Ill. on Sunday.

The Young Bucks’ runningmate Kenny Omega defends the AEW World Championship against Christian Cage, while CM Punk and Darby Allin are expected to close out the show, with Punk making his return to a wrestling ring for his first match in over seven years.

Expect a little magic, a debut or two and some major implications for the company — and professional wrestling as a whole — after this show.

SN provides the card and predictions for this Sunday’s major All Elite event below. As always, the card is subject to change.

All Out card

Originally, Andrade El Idolo was scheduled to face Pac this Sunday, but travel issues have sidelined the much-awaited bout.

Here’s the complete main card for this Sunday’s event:

— Women’s Casino Battle Royale; Winner gets a shot at the AEW Women’s Championship (pre-show)

— Jon Moxley vs. Satoshi Kojima

— Paul Wight vs. QT Marshall

— Chris Jericho vs. MJF; If Jericho loses, he will retire

— Miro (c) vs. Eddie Kingston for the AEW TNT Championship

— The Young Bucks (c) vs. Lucha Brothers in a Steel Cage match for the AEW World Tag Team Championship

— Dr. Britt Baker, D.M.D. (c) vs. Kris Statlander for the AEW Women’s World Championship

— Kenny Omega (c)  vs. Christian Cage for the AEW World Championship

— CM Punk vs. Darby Allin

AEW All Out 2021 predictions

As is custom with AEW PPV events, this one is tough to predict. Here’s how SN thinks it’ll shake out:

Jon Moxley picks up a win over legendary Satoshi Kojima;

QT Marshall downs Paul Wight (with help from the Gunn Club?);

— Chris Jericho gets his first win over MJF, continuing his AEW career; 

— Miro continues his strong TNT Championship reign with a win over Eddie Kingston;

— The Young Bucks keep their superkick party going with a win over the Lucha Bros.;

— Dr. Britt Baker, D.M.D. gets a win over Kris Statlander, defending the AEW Women’s Championship;

— Kenny Omega gets his win back over Christian Cage, holding onto the AEW World Championship;

— CM Punk is triumphant in his return to the ring with a win over Darby Allin.

When is All Out 2021?

  • Date: Sunday, Sept. 5
  • Start time: 7:30 p.m. ET (pre-show); 8 p.m. ET (main card)

This year’s All Out comes to you live from the United Center in Chicago, Ill., on Sunday, Sept. 5.

The show starts at 7:30 p.m. ET with the pre-show, while the main card starts at 8 p.m. ET.

How to watch All Out 2021

  • PPV: $49.99
  • Live stream: B/R Live; Fite TV (international)

AEW will be available on standard PPV for $49.99. 

Fans who want to stream All Out can catch it on B/R Live for the same price. For fans in international markets, you’ll be able to stream the show on Fite TV.


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