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AEW All Out - 5 Possible finishes for the AEW World Championship match between Chris Jericho and Hangman Page

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AEW will crown its first World Champion at All Out.
AEW will crown its first World Champion at All Out.

All Out is set up to be one of the biggest shows in the young life of All Elite Wrestling. Double or Nothing was the first show for the new promotion, and it announced that AEW was a legitimate threat to the status quo in pro wrestling.

While ensuing shows like Fyter Fest and Fight Fort the Fallen weren't necessarily treated as the big deals that DON was, they did provide some great matches and moments. All of the tag team matches and the now infamous "unprotected chair shot" from Shawn Spears to Cody were among some of the first non-Double or Nothing moments that will be remembered from AEW's infancy.

But while the shows primarily had title challenger implications, All Out will determine its first-ever Champion in the company. The winner of the match between Adam Page and Chris Jericho will go down in history as the first person to hold a title in the company.

There are pros and cons for each man winning the title from Jericho being a huge draw to Page being a future star. Whatever happens, it will set up the promotion going forward. AEW needs to nail things at All Out so here are five possible finishes for the AEW World Championship match between Page and Jericho.


#5 Chris Jericho cheats to become the first World Champion

Jericho won't hesitate to cheat to win at All Out
Jericho won't hesitate to cheat to win at All Out

One thing that Chris Jericho has proven during his runs in New Japan and All Elite Wrestling is that he isn't afraid to blindside someone or get dirty to get the result in his favour. He's adopted a new rebel persona that doesn't care about anything from getting clean wins to interfering in matches to disrespecting his opponents or their home countries.

It's a part of the reason why Jericho has to at least be in the conversation for the Greatest of All Time. He'd probably lose to Shawn Michaels or Ric Flair, but he's been doing this at a competitive rate for almost 30 years. His new persona fits in perfectly with AEW as the big star who thinks he's above the promotion.

Because of all of those facets mentioned above, it wouldn't surprise me if he took a shortcut to capture the AEW World Championship. It would be a cheap way to have the match be decided, but we are still learning what possible finishes AEW will resort to regularly.

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