All Elite Wrestling 'All Out' 2020: Start Time, Card and How to Watch Online

All Elite Wrestling is ready to put on its biggest show of the year with September's All Out event.

From championship bouts to grudge matches, AEW will give wrestling fans it all on Saturday as the promotion gets ready for the next chapter of its story. AEW Champion Jon Moxley looks to continue to be at the top of the promotion when he takes on MJF.

Hikaru Shida tries to defend her AEW Women's Championship against NWA Women's Champion Thunder Rosa, and Kenny Omega and Adam Page hope to retain their AEW Tag Team Championships against FTR.

Here's everything you need to know if you want to watch AEW's All Out event including when it starts and how to watch online.

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The 2020 'All Out' show will be live Saturday, September 5. AEW

What Time Does AEW All Out Start?

All Out begins Saturday, September 5 at 7 p.m. EST with a pre-show. The main card starts at 8 p.m. EST.

How To Watch AEW's All Out Buy-In Online

All Elite Wrestling's pre-shows will have at least one featured match. The promotion has changed the Buy-In. They have moved the Britt Baker and Big Swole match to the main card and confirmed that a new tag match will happen between Private Party, and 3 and 4 from the Dark Order.

Fans looking to watch the free Buy-In pre-show can do so by going to B/R Live, or by watching it on the official All Elite Wrestling YouTube page.

How To Watch AEW All Out Online

B/R Live will host this year's All Out event on its streaming service for $49.99. The service is also available on iOS and Android devices. Roku, Apple TV and Amazon Fire TV also support B/R Live. For international customers, Fite TV will host the AEW pay-per-view.

The B/R Live app is only available on Xbox One gaming consoles, not on PS4. Fans can also download the app on iOS and Android mobile devices. The following connected devices also carry the B/R Live app:

  • Roku Express, Roku Premiere, Roku Stick, Roku Ultra
  • Apple TV—4th Generation and up
  • Amazon Fire TV, Fire TV Stick, Fire TV Cube
  • Android TV

If you have cable, Direct TV, Dish or another major cable provider, those will provide AEW All Out through traditional pay-per-view models. Check with your cable provider for more details.

AEW All Out Card

There are now 10 confirmed matches for this year's All Out with three of them with titles on the line this Saturday.

Whether it's Jon Moxley defending the AEW World Championship against MJF or Hikaru Shida defending the women's title against NWA Women's Champion Thunder Rosa, there will be a lot of high-level matches that have the potential to shake up AEW moving forward.

Here's the current card for this year's All Out.

  • Jon Moxley (c) vs MJF—AEW World Championship Match (Paradigm Shift Banned)
  • Kenny Omega and Adam "Hangman" Page (c) vs FTR—AEW Tag Team Championship Match
  • Hikaru Shida (c) vs Thunder Rosa—AEW Women's Championship Match
  • Chris Jericho vs Orange Cassidy—Mimosa Mayhem Match
  • Matt Hardy vs Sammy Guevara—Broken Rules Match
  • Matt Cardona, Scorpio Sky, and the Natural Nightmares vs The Dark Order
  • The Young Bucks vs Jurassic Express
  • Britt Baker vs Big Swole—Tooth and Nails Match
  • Casino Battle Royale
  • Private Party vs 3 and 4 of the Dark Order

Are you excited for this year's All Out event? What match are you looking forward to most? Let us know in the comments section.