AEW has been the talk of the town in 2021, with the promotion’s expansion with a new Friday night show–Rampage–and signing CM Punk to a deal. There’s been a lot of build to the latest AEW PPV, All Out. This year’s event returns to the Now Arena in Hoffman Estates, Illinois–although the event is billed as taking place in Chicago. As the event airs, you can check out live results below, which will be updated as the show goes on. There will also be reviews of each match as well.
The aforementioned CM Punk will have his first AEW match during All Out, as he takes on Darby Allin in a match, which seems likely to be the evening’s main event. There is also a rematch between Kenny Omega and Christian Cage, but this time, it’s for the AEW World Championship. Can Cage take another title from Omega? All Out will also see Paul Wight–formerly known as The Big Show–as he steps back into the ring to battle QT Marshall.
If you want to watch All Out, you can watch on traditional PPV through your cable or satellite provider. However, Bleacher Report has the exclusive rights to stream it, so you’ll need the B/R app–but not the B/R Live app, which was sunsetted back in June. AEW All Out costs $50 to watch. The B/R app is available on Roku, iOS, Android, and Amazon Fire TV–which was launched Friday, and is extremely bare bones.