AEW All Out 2023 will be AEW’s fifth PPV Event of 2023. It will also be the fifth event in the All Out series, with the first one taking place in August 2019.
The event is scheduled for September 3rd, 2023 at the NOW Arena in Chicago, Illinois in the United States. This will be the week after the first AEW show in the United Kingdom, in the 90,000-seater Wembley Stadium in the UK.
No matches have been announced yet for the event. However, big stars like Bryan Danielson, MJF, Kenny Omega and CM Punk are all expected to wrestle at All Out 2023, making it one of the biggest shows of the year.
The first All Out show took place in 2019, and was the second pay per view in AEW’s history. It started a tradition of AEW’s Labour Day weekend show, which is traditionally held in Chicago.
“It’s been a while since I’ve spent any meaningful time [in London] because of COVID, so I’m excited just to go back. We’ll have to come back here for All Out the week after, but it should be really fun.”
The show has held some historic matches over the years. In 2019, Chris Jericho defeated Adam Page to become the first ever AEW Champion.
Meanwhile, 2021 saw the AEW debut of CM Punk, wrestling in his first match in 7 years. He defeated Darby Allin in a fantastic match.
However, the year later saw him badmouth the company in the post match press conference, following a victory over Jon Moxley in the show’s main event. He then had a fight with The Elite backstage, facing suspension for a number of months.
Fans will be hoping 2023’s All Out is less controversial, but equally exciting.
AEW All Out 2023
Date, Start Time, Location
Date: September 3rd, 2023 (Expected, To Be Confirmed)
Start Time: 7PM (CT)/8PM (ET)/1AM (GMT)
Location: NOW Arena, Chicago, Illinois (United States)
Where To Watch: Bleacher Report (US)/Fite.TV (UK/EU)
Where To Buy Tickets: Tickets are not yet available for purchase. More information about purchasing tickets for AEW All Out 2023 will be available close to the date.
We will update this page when more information becomes available.
AEW All Out 2023 Match Card
The first match that has been announced for All Out 2023 is Darby Allin challenging Luchasaurus for the TNT Championship.
This was followed by Miro vs Powerhouse Hobbs announced for the show.
However, stars like CM Punk, Kenny Omega, Jon Moxley and more are all expected to wrestle at the event.
The rumored main event for the show is either Kenny Omega vs CM Punk, or CMFTR vs The Elite. These matches stem from last year’s fight backstage at All Out, and would be one of the biggest matches in AEW history.
The full card for AEW All Out 2023 so far is:
- Luchasaurus (with Christian Cage) vs Darby Allin (TNT Championship)
- Miro vs Powerhouse Hobbs
We will continue to update this page once more information about the AEW All Out 2023 match card becomes available.
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