AEW ALL Out Results: First AEW World Champion crowned, Fired WWE legend makes debut

A massive night for AEW
A massive night for AEW

All Out was AEW's last PPV before their television debut in October and they did a fantastic job, despite the last-minute injury to Jon Moxley. We break down what happened in every match and without any delay, let's just get to the results.

The Buy-In

Casino Women's Battle Royale

Casino Battle Royale
Casino Battle Royale

The winner of this match would be one of the first women to challenge for the AEW Women's Championship. Nyla Rose, Leva Bates, Faby Apache, Priscilla Kelly, and Shilandra Royal started the match off.

Nyla was the target early on and everyone focused on her. She dumped everyone out of the ring and it included Bates' partner-in-crime Peter Avalon. The next batch of wrestlers who came in Britt Baker, Sadie Gibbs, and Penelope Ford.

Ford took Rose down briefly and Baker almost got eliminated quickly. Nyla Rose the hit a double chokeslam before eliminating Big Swole.

A big surprise in the next batch of women which included none other than former WWE Superstar Tenille Dashwood. It also included former LU star Ivelisse as well as Brandi Rhodes and Awesome Kong.

Tenille Dashwood didn't last long and was dumped out by Brandi Rhodes. The next group included WWE legend Jazz. Rose and Kong went on an elimination spree and eventually Kong herself was eliminated. Allie and Roddy Piper's daughter Teal Piper were also in the ring at this point.

Allie put on an impressive show. Britt Baker also showed why she's at the top of the AEW's women's divison. The last entrant was former MYC competitor Mercedes Martinez. Allie tried to hit Martinez with a monkey flip but she blocked it and planted Allie. Rose then dumped Allie out.

The final women in the ring were Britt Baker, Bea Priestley, Nyla Rose, and Mercedes Martinez. They tried to join forces to eliminate Nyla Rose but were largely unsuccessful. Baker ended up eliminating Mercedes Martinez and then Bea Priestly g taken out. The last person eliminated was Britt Baker. A huge win for Nyla Rose.

WINNER: Nyla Rose

Private Party vs Jack Evans and Angelico

Private Party
Private Party

The opening match was followed by a fast-paced tag-team dance between Private Party and the team of Evans and Angelico. Private Party put on a show here and we saw why they are such a hyped act. Angelico and Evans were impressive on their part but fell short in the end, seemingly underestimating their opponents a little.

The match ended with Private Party hitting a top-rope hurricanrana into a cutter for the win.

WINNER: Private Party

After the match, Evans and Angelico did what sore losers often do, attacking Private Party from behind.


SCU vs Luchasaurus, Jungle Boy and Marko Stunt

A big night for SCU
A big night for SCU

Kazarian and Jungle Boy started us off. The tried to roll each other up early on and match up pretty evenly - Jungle Boy's speed making up for Kazarian's experience. Luchasaurus tagged himself in and it turned the tide. Marko Stunt is in and he hits a suicide dive on SCU. This was followed by Lucasaurus going over the top rope and taking everyone out.

Scorpio Sky and Jungle Boy were the legal men after this. Sky dominated till Luchasaurus comes in again and cleans house as the fans explode. Lucashaurus went to attack Kazarian but Daniels comes to his rescue. The dinosaur of AEW then booted Daniels and Sky, taking them down. He then took down Kazarian and hit a standing moonsault for a near-fall.

An incredible triple team move by Luchasaurus, Stunt and Jungle Boy followed this. SCU replied with a Celebrity Rehab to Luchasaurus and dumping him out of the ring. Kazarian leaped out of the ring and followed up with a tornado DDT to Luchasaurus.

SCU then isolated Marko Stunt in the ring and hit him with the Best Meltzer Ever for the win.


Kenny Omega vs PAC

PAC locks in The Brutalizer on Kenny Omega
PAC locks in The Brutalizer on Kenny Omega

PAC was a late replacement for Jon Moxley but he was fully prepared for a high-stakes match against Kenny Omega. PAC wasn't holding back and drew the ire of the crowd early on. Omega went for a standing leg-drop but PAC just got back up to face Omega.

Kenny went for a suicide dive but PAC slid in and hit a hurricanrana. Omega dumped PAC out of the ring again and went to leap out of the ring to take him out. PAC caught Omega with a knee before the duo brawled at ringside.

PAC continued his early dominance, staying toe to toe with Omega all the way. Omega looked like he may have underestimated PAC a bit early on.

Kenny busted out some high-octane offense, hitting a missile dropkick but can't chain anything together. PAC halted his momentum once again, hitting a tornado DDT. PAC went for the Black Arrow but Omega rolled out of the ring. He hit a Moonsault to ringside instead, hitting his ankle against the barricade on the way down. PAC rolled Omega into the ring and headed to the top rope and hit a 450 Splash despite almost being on one leg.

Both men suddenly started trading brutal strikes. Omega won the exchange, booting PAC into the corner before hitting a massive Powerbomb for a nearfall. PAC replied with a Cutter from out of nowhere followed by a series of German Suplexes on Omega.

Omega found his way back on top again, hitting a Dragon Suplex. The Cleaner then hit the V-Trigger for another nearall. He looked to follow it up with a second but PAC caught him with a vicious spinning kick. PAC could not capitalize and was hit with another V-Trigger.

Kenny Omega looked to finish the match with the One-Winged Angel but PAC locked in the Brutalizer. PAC put Kennt Omega to sleep out of nowhere to win the match. A huge shock but an incredible match.

Winner: PAC

Darby Allin vs Joey Janela vs Jimmy Havoc

Jimmy Havoc took out a staple gun right away and stapled himself for some reason. Janela and Allin then joined forces and they taped Jimmy Havoc to a chair at ringside. Janela and Allin then put thumbtacks in Havoc's mouth and taped it.

Darby Allin and Joey Janel then went at each other in the ring. Allin headed to the top rope and instead of going for Janela, leaped at Havoc who was taped to the chair outside. Janela had set up a table at ringside.

Havoc sent Janela face-first into the post before the action headed back into the ring. He then took out a piece of paper and proceeded to inflict a number of papercuts on Joey Janela. Janela replied with a Brainbuster onto a steel chair. Janela then hit an incredible flip powerbomb from the apron to the table outside, breaking Darby Allin in half.

Darby Allin then sent Jimmy Havoc through another table at ringside. He then took the Cracker Barrel barrel and headed to the top rope. Havoc was set up on the steel steps at ringside and Allin leapt at Havoc. Luckily for Havoc, he moved just in time.

Back in the ring, Janela headed to the top rope. However, Havoc tossed him into another Barrell which was in the middle of the ring. Janela's foot went through it and Havoc followed it up with an Acid Rain Maker for the win.

WINNER: Jimmy Havoc

The Dark Order vs Best Friends

The Dark Order
The Dark Order

Stu Grayson started off for the Dark Order against Chuckie T. Grayson tags Evil Uno back in almost immediately. Chuckie T and Trent cleared the ring and hugged to a big pop.

Grayson and Trent Barreta were the legal men after this. Uno got involved from ringside, helping to distract Trent as Grayson booted him off the apron and into the barricade. Grayson and Uno traded tags, taking turns to punish Barreta.

Barreta finally looked like he was about to make the tag but Evil Uno got in the way again, but not for too long. Barreta finally made the tag and Chuckie T came in and cleared house. Taylor and Barreta traded tags, punishing Grayson. Taylor launched Grayson at Barreta who hit him with a cutter for a nearfall.

Grayson then took out Chuckie T at ringside. Back in the ring, Uno hit Trent with a Senton from the top rope for another nearfall. The Dark Order followed up with their double team finisher but Barreta kicked out. The Best Friends then came back into the match and isolated Uno in the ring. They went for the Strong Zero but Uno demolished Trent. Taylor then took out Uno with a missile dropkick before planting Grayson.

The Creepers got into the action at this point and took out Taylor as the referee has his back turned. The Dark Order then hit the Fatality on Trent Barreta for the win.

WINNERS: The Dark Order

The Dark Order were then on their way to carry Trent Beretta out of the arena when the lights went off. Orange Cassidy was in the ring when they came back on and he lazily took out the creepers with a tope suicida.

Hikaru Shida vs Riho (winner to face Nyla Rose for the AEW Women's title)

Riho faced Hikaru Shida
Riho faced Hikaru Shida

Hikaru Shida dominated early on, clearly the bigger and stronger of the two wrestlers. Shida took the fight out to ringside early. After a brief spell of offense, she rolled Riho back into the ring. Riho replied with a hurricanrana before sending Shida crashing out of the ring, she followed it with the Diamond Foot Stomp.

Shida briefly locked in the Brock Lock but Riho reversed it into a pinning combination. She followed it up with a running tackle. Both women went down but it was Shida who got up first. She hit a deadlift brainbuster and followed it up with a Shining Wizard to Riho.

Riho tried to roll Shida up again but only managed a 2-count. Shida replied with a brainbuster from the top rope for a nearfall. Riho still had fight left in her, hitting a beautiful Northern Lights Suplex. Riho had Shida caught up in a tree of woe in the corner and hit her with a double stomp. Riho then went for the finish and hit a running double knee strike. She only managed a nearfall. Riho followed up with another double knee strike, this time to the back of Shida's head. Shida still kicked out.

Shida went to finish things off now but Riho rolled her up once again, this time finally pinning Shida. The crowd erupted and clearly AEW have done a great job in introducing Riho to fans.


Cody (w/ MJF) vs Shawn Spears (w/ Tully Blanchard)

Cody faced Shawn Spears in a heated and personal match
Cody faced Shawn Spears in a heated and personal match

Cody charged at Shawn Spears and hit him with a tope suicida before the bell even rang. Tully Blanchard tried to get Cody to back off but got clocked with a right hand for his troubles. Cody and Shawn Spears started to brawl amongst the fans after this before Cody dragged Spears back into the ring so the match could officially start.

The action spilled back out to ringside almost immediately and Cody hit a Powerslam into the mat. Blanchard got involved again, giving Shawn Spears a chance to low blow Cody while the referee was distracted.

Back in the ring, Spears took advantage and continued punishing Cody. Spears kept punishing Cody and sent him shoulder-first into the ringpost. Spears followed it up with a draping DDT on the hardest part of the ring. Spears then took off Cody's belt and went to hit him with it but Earl Hebner got in the way.

With the ref's back turned, Spears took Blanchard's belt and hit Cody with it. Cody didn't take well to this and got back on his feet. Spears hit him with the belt again but it had barely any effect and Cody just booted Spears in the face. Cody then locked in the Figure-4 which Spears reversed. Cody managed to reach the ropes and rolled out of the ring to gather himself.

Spears followed Cody out and hit a running Death Valley Driver onto the entrance ramp. Cody barely managed to beat the 10-count and crawled back into the ring at the last second. Cody managed to hit the Cross Roads from out of nowhere but Tully Blanchard distracted the referee again.

MFJ and Blanchard went at each other in the ring after this. Spears booted MJF out of the ring. WWE legend Arn Anderson, who was fired earlier this year, came out at this point and hit Shawn Spears with a Spinebuster.

After Anderson left. Spears too out a steel chair and headed back into the ring. Cody booted Spears and took the chair. Instead of hitting Spears immediately, he tossed aside the chair and hit Spears with a series of punches with shades of Dusty.

Cody then tossed the chair at Spears and hit him with a Disaster Kick. Another Cross Roads followed before Cody pinned Spears for the win.


The Young Bucks vs The Lucha Bros (ladder match for the AAA Tag-Team Championships)

The Lucha Bros and The Young Bucks went through a hellacious match
The Lucha Bros and The Young Bucks went through a hellacious match

The Lucha Bros missed a double superkick attempt almost as s soon as the match began. The Young Bucks then went to hit Fenix with an Indytaker but Pentagon managed to intervene at the last second. Fenix and Pentagon dumped the Bucks out of the ring and went for a double super suicide dive. The Bucks tossed a ladder the Fenix and Pentagon as the went for it.

Pentagon hopped onto the ladder at ringside and took out the Bucks. Fenix leaped onto the ladder before taking out the Nick and Matt Jackson.

With a ladder set up in the middle of the ring, both teams tried to go for the belts. Feni and Nick Jackson hit their respective opponents with rolling cutters off the ladders/ Pentagon and Matt Jackson then spears Fenix and Nick Jackson through the ropes and into tables set up at ringside.

We then saw Matt Jackson hit a series of incredible Northen Lights Suplexes to Fenix, the final one into a ladder set up in the corner. Fenix and Pentagon set up the ladder again and were just starting to climb when the Jacksons came back in. With Fenix and Pentagon taken out, Nick Jackson tried to climb the ladder. Fenix pushed it over and Jackson leapt off, taking out Pentagon who was at ringside, in the process. Fenix followed this up with a moonsault to ringside, leaving Matt Jackson free to climb the ladder. Pentagon saw the danger and came in to put a momentary end to it.

The Lucha Bros set up a table inside the ring at this point of the match, and a ladder next to it. Pentagon hit Matt Jackson with a sunset Flip Piledriver from the ladder and through the table.

Nick Jackson and Fenix hit stereo splashes from ladders to tables at ringside, taking out Pentagon and Matt Jackson. Nick Jackson set up another table at this point and went straight for Fenix.

With another ladder set up in the ring, The Bucks locked in a ladder assisted Sharpshooter-Crossface combination in the middle of the ring,

Matt Jackson took out Fenix with a Tombstone as Nick Jackson was on the top of the ladder. Pentagon pushed Jackson off, who failed to clear the top rope and went face-first through the table set up at ringside.

Out of desperation, Matt Jackson took off Pentagon's mask ad tried to climb the ladder. Despite hiding his face, Pentagon pushed Jackson off. Fenix and Pentagon then took out Jackson with the stomp-package piledriver before climbing the ropes and taking the titles.

WINNERS: The Lucha Bros

Two masked men entered the ring after the match and took out the Lucha Bros and The Bucks. It turned out to be Santana and Ortiz!!

Chris Jericho vs 'Hangman' Adam Page (to crown the first AEW World Champion)

A huge main event
A huge main event

Adam Page used his size and strength to his advantage from the moment the bell rang, going straight after Chris Jericho. He caught Jericho in midair and hit him with a Fallaway Slam. Page then chased Jericho around the ring and back inside where Jericho caught Page with a boot before launch himself with a missile dropkick.

Jericho then went for an early Lion Tamer but Page pushed Jericho out of the ring. He followed it with a suicide dive, sending Jericho crashing into the barricade on impact.

Jericho, using his experience, finally got the upper hand. He skirted close to the edge of the rules as he pounded Page at ringside. Jericho rolled Page back into the ring and nonchalantly booted the Hangman. Page leapt to his feet and hit Jericho with a couple of chops but his offense didn't last long. Jericho started targetting Page's right knee, trying to ground his younger opponent.

Page tried to chop his way back into the match once again but Jericho caught him with another dropkick.

Page finally managed to string together some offense, starting with a Fallaway Slam. He then hit a Russian Legsweep from the middle rope. Jericho locked in a Lion Tamer briefly following this but Page powered out and hit a Discus Elbow Strike. It looked like Page caught Jericho in the eye here. We later saw that Jericho was busted open above the left eye.

With Jericho disorientated, this was the opening Page had been looking for. He hit a swinging neckbreaker for the nearfall but Jericho wouldn't stay down - at least until Page hit him with another Discus Elbow.

Jericho fought like a cornered animal but Page was firmly on top at this point. The legend went for a springboard dropkick but Page caught him with a superkick. He then followed up with the Buckshot Lariat. Jericho locked in the Lion Tamer out of nowhere.

Page reached the ropes, forcing Jericho to break the hold. The Hangman then dumped Jericho out of the ring and hit a moonsault from the top rope. He went for another Buckshot Lariat after this but Jericho countered it with a Codebreaker for another nearfall. Page used his strength to finally nail Jericho with the Dead Eye but it couldn't keep the veteran down for the 3-count. Jericho nailed Page with a Judas Effect out of nowhere to win the match. Chris Jericho is our first AEW World Champion.

WINNER: Chris Jericho

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Edited by Anirban Banerjee
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