All Elite Wrestling 'All Out' Card: Every Match at Saturday's Show

A year ago, Cody, Kenny Omega and the Young Bucks put together All In, a show featuring some of the best talents in independent wrestling. This time, the gang returns to Chicago to put on All Out, a sequel — of sorts — to that highly-successful event. Only this time, it will feature the best talent of their new promotion, All Elite Wrestling.

This Saturday, August 31, All Out will take over the Sears Center, and the AEW roster will put on one last show before the promotion sets sail for its live television show on TNT in October.

There are currently nine matches confirmed for the show between the pre-show (called the Buy-In) and main card.

Here are all the confirmed matches for AEW All Out.

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PAC vs. Kenny Omega

Jon Moxley was originally scheduled to take on Kenny Omega at All Out, but an infection in his elbow is temporarily pulling the former Dean Ambrose out of competition.

All Elite Wrestling has replaced Moxley with PAC, who will be making his AEW debut after backing out of his scheduled match against Adam Page at Double or Nothing over creative issues.

While there's not a lot of time to build to Omega vs PAC, the two are amazing in the ring and it should be a great match.

Women's Casino Battle Royale

All Elite Wrestling confirmed that its first women's champion will be crowned on the first episode of its live television show. To figure out who will compete in October, a Casino Battle Royale will take place with 21 women looking to be the sole survivor.

The Road to... series has slowly revealed the names of those participating, many of whom aren't on the AEW roster. Here's a list of who's confirmed so far to be in the Battle Royale:

  • Sadie Gibbs
  • Big Swole
  • Teal Piper
  • Ivelisse
  • Jazz
  • Brandi Rhodes
  • Nyla Rose
  • Britt Baker
  • Yuka Sakazaki
  • Allie
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Private Party vs. Angelico and Jack Evans

One of the two pre-show matches, Private Party vs Angelico and Jack Evans isn't about positioning — it's about momentum.

While the Tag Team Tournament will decide who the first AEW Tag Team Champions will be, both Private Party and Angelico and Evans will want to gain a victory and show the crowd that they are worthy of the titles.

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SCU vs. Luchasaurus, Jungle Boy and Marko Stunt

On the Being the Elite webseries, it was revealed that SCU — the team of Scorpio Sky, Frankie Kazarian and Christopher Daniels — had an epiphany of who their next opponent will be.

All three men decided to challenge Luchasaurus, Jungle Boy and Marko Stunt to a match. While Luchasaurus is the tallest of all six men, it's balanced out by the diminutive stature of Jungle Boy and Marko Stunt. Both SCU and Luchasaurus and Jungle Boy are likely going to be big players in the Tag Team Tournament, so momentum is key.

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Riho vs. Hikaru Shida

Each All Elite Wrestling show has had at least one joshi match to showcase overseas talent.

Riho is coming off a loss at Fight for the Fallen and will take on Hikaru Shida, who was last seen teaming with Riho at AEW's Double or Nothing event.

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Darby Allin vs. Jimmy Havoc vs. Joey Janela

All three men in this match were teaming up at Fight for the Fallen against Shawn Spears, MJF and Sami Guevara. However, some miscommunication cost them the match and their ire spilled backstage after the show.

All three men are looking to pick up their first victories in AEW.

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The Dark Order vs. Best Friends

It's another pair of teams preparing for the Tag Team Tournament, but this match is personal.

After Best Friends won their first match in AEW at Double or Nothing they were attacked by The Dark Order. The Dark Order have set their sights on Best Friends, and are coming off an impressive victory at Fight for the Fallen.

Will Best Friends get revenge against Dark Order, or will Evil Uno and Stu Grayson continue making Best Friends' lives a living hell?

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Lucha Bros (c) vs. Young Bugs — AAA Tag Team Championship Ladder Match

The feud between the Lucha Bros and the Young Bucks have spanned different countries and numerous shows, but it seems that this may be their final matchup.

Pentagon and Fenix will put their AAA Tag Team Championships on the line in a ladder match against Nick and Matt Jackson.

Will the Young Bucks be holding titles before entering the AEW Tag Team tournament? Or will Lucha Bros continue to be the top team in the world?

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Cody vs. Shawn Spears (with Tully Blanchard)

Shawn Spears shocked the wrestling world when he cracked a steel chair over Cody's head at Fyter Fest. The former friends are now ready to go to war, as Spears has recruited the legendary Tully Blanchard to be at his side.

Cody is allowed to bring someone for his corner, but who will it be?

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Adam "Hangman" Page vs. Chris Jericho — AEW World Championship Match

All Elite Wrestling is ready to crown its first champion, and it'll be between the young, upstart Adam "Hangman" Page and wrestling legend Chris Jericho.

Jericho defeated Kenny Omega at Double or Nothing to earn his shot while Page won the Casino Battle Royale to earn his number one contendership. Jericho is looking for AEW and the fans to thank him for making the new promotion relevant while Page wants to humble Y2J, especially after the unprovoked attack at Fight for the Fallen.

All Out is scheduled for Saturday, August 31 starting at 7:30 p.m. EDT.

What do you think of the All Out card? Which match are you looking forward to seeing the most? Let us know in the comments section.