AEW All Out lineup: The updated card for Saturday’s pay-per-view event

By Jason Powell, Editor (@prowrestlingnet)

The following matches are advertised for the AEW All Out pay-per-view, which will be held Saturday in Jacksonville, Florida at Daily’s Place.

-Jon Moxley vs. MJF for the AEW World Championship.

-Kenny Omega and Hangman Page vs. “FTR” Dax Harwood and Cash Wheeler for the AEW Tag Titles.

-Hikaru Shida vs. NWA Women’s Champion Thunder Rosa for the AEW Women’s Championship.

-Chris Jericho vs. Orange Cassidy in a Mimosa Mayhem match.

-Brodie Lee, Colt Cabana, Evil Uno, and Stu Grayson vs. Dustin Rhodes, QT Marshall, Scorpio Sky, and Matt Cardona.

-Matt Hardy vs. Sammy Guevara in a Broken Rules match (Hardy must leave AEW if he loses).

-Casino Battle Royale for a future shot at the AEW Championship (Entrants: Lance Archer, Darby Allin, Brian Cage, Ricky Starks, Eddie Kingston, Pentagon Jr., Rey Fenix, The Butcher, The Blade, 12 wrestlers TBA).

Powell’s POV: AEW added the Hardy vs. Guevara match since our last update. The Countdown to AEW All Out will air Saturday on TNT at 4:30CT/5:30 ET on TNT. The team that wins the Young Bucks and Jurassic Express vs. Private Party and Christopher Daniels & Frankie Kazarian eight-man tag match on Dynamite will then face off in a tag team match at the pay-per-view. Join me for live coverage of All Out as the show airs on B/R Live and pay-per-view television. The price is listed at $49.95 on DirecTV, and at $49.99 on B/R Live. Dot Net Members will hear an exclusive audio review on Saturday night.

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Readers Comments (3)

  1. Comcast listing at at $59.99. Yikes!

    • Yeah, that price point is pretty salty. I’d love to see it, but I just can’t justify spending $60 in these times. I’d consider it at 39.99, and I’d be sold at $29.99. Unfortunately, I’m going to be sitting this one out at $60 and reading the reviews.

      • Looks like Comcast is tacking on another $10 to the price. DirecTV and FITE have it at just under $50. DirecTV added the extra $10 for the HD feed for years, but they finally dropped that gouging tactic.

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