Kenny Omega vs. Christian Cage to main event AEW All Out PPV

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How long is AEW all out?

What time does AEW All Out 2021 start? AEW All Out begins with the Buy-In show starting at 7:30 p.m. ET, and the main show getting underway at 8 p.m. ET. The card is expected to last around four hours. DAZN News USAEW All Out 2021: Date, time, TV channel and live stream for CM Punk vs. Darby Allin

Who won between CM Punk and Darby Allin?

CM Punk vs. Darby Allin CM Punk wins by pinfall. It was a heckuva match, and Punk brings back his patented finisher. DraftKings NationAEW All Out results 2021: Winners for CM Punk vs. Darby Allin, Omega vs. Christian Cage, Casino Battle Royale…

How much is AEW PPV?

It is available through PPV providers for $60. Viewers in the United States and Canada can purchase the show on B/R Live for $50. Sports IllustratedHow to Watch AEW ‘All Out’ 2021: Full Match Card, Start Time, PPV Info

What channel is AEW all out on?

AEW All Out will be streamed live on Bleacher Report, Fite.TV in the United States and on FITE.TV everywhere else around the world. DAZN News USAEW All Out 2021: Date, time, TV channel and live stream for CM Punk vs. Darby Allin

The match that will be headlining tonight's All Out pay-per-view has now been revealed.

Dave Meltzer reported this afternoon that Kenny Omega and Christian Cage's AEW World Championship match will close All Out tonight. The PPV is taking place at the NOW Arena in Hoffman Estates, Illinois.

On the premiere episode of AEW Rampage last month, Christian defeated Omega to win the Impact World Championship.

Omega has been AEW World Champion since defeating Jon Moxley for the title last December.

Tonight's The Buy-In pre-show will begin at 7 p.m. Eastern time. The PPV main card will then start at 8 p.m. Eastern. Here's what's been announced for the show:

AEW World Champion Kenny Omega defends against Christian Cage

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Bryan Danielson Says Vince McMahon Can Sometimes Be Overprotective, Wants To Push His Limits In AEW | Fightful News

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Bryan Danielson wants to be able to push his limits in All Elite Wrestling.

On Sunday, September 5, AEW held its annual All Out event. Following the main event, Bryan Danielson debuted for the company, coming to the aid of Christian Cage and Jurassic Express after The Elite and - the also newly signed - Adam Cole beat them up.

During the post-show media scrum, Bryan was asked about comments he recently made about not feeling a spark when he headlined WrestleMania 37 and whether or not he felt anything tonight. He said the following:

As for when the flip switched and he decided AEW would be his next home, Danielson says the Brodie Lee Tribute Show was special to him. Furthermore, he shared that Vince McMahon can sometimes be overprotective and he wants to be able to push himself. All that said, he is grateful for his decade-plus with WWE and reiterates just how hard of a decision it was to leave.

"So I heard something over the past week that one of the things that really turned Punk was the Brodie Lee show. It was also one of the things -- I saw it and so many of us loved him so much and so we saw it and saw how special it was and we saw, like okay, we're gonna stop what we’re normally doing. I thought that was really special to me," Bryan said.

Bryan departed WWE earlier this year. His final match came on the April 30 edition of SmackDown. On that night he challenged Roman Reigns for the Universal Championship, one final shot at the belt after already having lost in the main event of WrestleMania 37. Bryan would lose to The Tribal Chief and saw himself banished from the show, a stipulation he agreed to in order to secure the match.

Catch up with everything that happened at All Out by checking out Fightful's live coverage. Also, don't forget to watch our post-show review, here.

AEW All Out Live Coverage: CM Punk In-Ring Debut, Kenny Omega Vs. Christian Cage

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Sasha Banks has always been one of the best people in WWE to follow because she is great at getting people talking with cryptic tweets.

The latest tweet has fans talking about Bryan Danielson, who is expected to debut tonight on AEW All Out. Banks did not mention his name but she posted the number “12” with a glowing star emoji and a link to “The Final Countdown” by Europe.

Of course, “Final Countdown” is the song that Danielson used in Ring Of Honor before he signed with WWE and fans expect him to use that song tonight at All Out.

What is more likely is that she is teasing her return to WWE TV and 12 days from now would be Friday, September 17, the date for Smackdown in Knoxville, TN. Banks was reportedly backstage at SmackDown on Friday but there is no word yet on what the creative plans are for her. Belair recently said that she was ready to have her rematch with Banks at a later date.

This coming Friday on “Super SmackDown” at Madison Square Garden, SmackDown Women’s Champion Becky Lynch, and Bianca Belair will sign their contract for Extreme Rules so it doesn’t look like Banks will be back on that show.

Banks was scheduled to challenge Belair for the SmackDown Women’s Championship at SummerSlam but she was not cleared and WWE was forced to change plans. Lynch made her return on that show and won the title from Belair.

Check out Banks’ cryptic tweet below.

12 🌟https://t.co/j7W6f5hV2d

— Mercedes Varnado (@SashaBanksWWE) September 5, 2021

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