One of the biggest pay per views in AEW is All Out, and the fourth edition of the event will be All Out 2022. The show will be broadcast live from Chicago, Illinois and will take place at the Now Arena. The venue for All Out 2022 will be the same for the second year running, with the 2020 edition being broadcast from Daily’s Place in Jacksonville due to the global pandemic.
All Out is a historic pay per view in AEW’s history. The first edition in 2019 crowned the first ever winner of the AEW Championship, when Chris Jericho defeated Adam Page for the tile. Adam Page has since won the AEW Championship, being the fourth man after Jericho, Jon Moxley and Kenny Omega to win the championship.
Other matches in All Out history include Jon Moxley defending the AEW Championship against long time friend Eddie Kingston. Last years edition also played host to the return of CM Punk. The former WWE Champion returned to AEW weeks before the show, but had his first match in seven years at All Out 2020.
At the show, he defeated Darby Allin in a great match. He is since undefeated in all matches in AEW, and could be in an AEW Championship match at the show if his current win streak carries on.
AEW All Out 2022
When is AEW All Out 2022
The date for AEW All Out 2022 has yet to be revealed, although experts expect it to be held on the first weekend of September, as was the previous year. However, the first edition of the event took place at the end of August, so when the exact date is will be unknown. Most expect All Out 2022 to be held on either the 3rd or 4th of September 2022 in Chicago.
What time is AEW All Out 2022?
AEW All Out 2022 will start at 8pm EST in the United States. It will begin at 1am GMT on the morning of the next day in the United Kingdom and Ireland. The show will be proceeded by a 1 hour “Buy In” show which will start at 7pm EST/ 12am GMT in the United States and Great Britain and Ireland respectively. The AEW All Out 2022 Buy In show will be streamed for free on Youtube and on Fite.tv.
AEW All Out 2022 Matches
Currently no matches have been announced on the show. As we are still 8 months out of the show, it is unlikely that any matches will be announced until at least the summer.
It is likely most of the top stars of AEW will perform at All Out 2022, barring injury. The likes of AEW Champion Adam Page, Jon Moxley, Bryan Danielson and CM Punk will be available to fight on the card, whilst it is unknown if Chris Jericho will be touring with his band Fozzy at this time.