CM Punk comes out on top for the AEW Championship, and MJF returns following a 4-month nonappearance.
CM Punk is by and by the top man in All Elite Wrestling. In the headliner of All Out, Punk crushed Jon Moxley to come out on top for back the AEW Championship. It was a brilliant headliner that covered off a compensation for every view that had four stand-apart matches. However, the last scene of the show wasn’t Punk’s festival: It was the returning MJF.
A covered man won the Casino Ladder Match prior in the evening, procuring a future shot at the AEW Championship. Following the headliner, that veiled man was uncovered to be MJF, who emerged to the Chicago swarm for a staredown with Punk.
That is the greatest information from the evening, however maybe the most important match of the night was the AEW Tag Team Championship match between Swerve in my Glory and The Acclaimed. The Chicago group’s hunger for The Acclaimed was left unquenched, as Keith Lee and Swerve Strickland held their gold. Be that as it may, the group was mega into the match, and the minutes where The Acclaimed appeared to be nearly triumph were apparently the most energizing of the evening.
The other champion matches were Chris Jericho’s triumph against Bryan Danielson, and the session to crown the very first AEW Trios Champions, which was won by Kenny Omega and The Young Bucks. Additionally on the show, Toni Storm became Interim Women’s Champion and Luchasaurus turned on Jungle Boy before his coordinate with Christian Cage.