2021 AEW All Out results, recap, grades: Bryan Danielson and Adam Cole debuts highlight incredible card

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What already promised to be one among the most important shows in AEW history delivered beyond any reasonable expectations on Sunday night when AEW All Out went down from Now Arena within the Chicago suburbs. The show not only featured incredible in-ring action from top to bottom but also saw three of the most important free agents in wrestling make their All Elite Wrestling debuts.

CM Punk wrestled for the primary time in additional than seven years in one among the night’s featured matches, getting to war with Darby Allin during a surprisingly solid little bit of wrestling. But it had been the debuts of Adam Cole and Bryan Danielson — formerly Daniel Bryan in WWE — that are the lasting memories from the show, whilst a number of the simplest matches within the promotion’s history went down over the course of the night. Best Friends & Jurassic Express vs. The Hardy Family Office:

This was a solid choice of the opener on the Buy-In pre-show with a gaggle of a number of the foremost over babyfaces on the roster teaming up against Matt Hardy’s gang of misfits. the large highlight of the match came as Jungle Boy sat on Luchasaurus’ shoulders, resulting in playing chicken with Angelico and Jack Evans. Jungle Boy eventually hit a flipping slam off Luchasaurus’ shoulders before locking Angelico within the Snap Trap for the win. After the match, The Butcher made his return, working with The Blade to assist Hardy attack, Orange Cassidy, before an outsized section of the room made the save. Best Friends & Jurassic Express def. The Hardy Family Office via submission. Grade: B

AEW TNT Championship — Miro (c) vs. Eddie Kingston: Kingston had claimed before the match that he’d identified Miro’s neck because of the champion’s weakness. Kingston did focus his attack on Miro’s neck, hitting an early exploder suplex. Kingston tried to hit a crossbody from the ring apron to the surface but was caught by Miro, who turned it into a power slam on the ground. Miro maintained that momentum with a grinding attack that included an enormous dropkick as Kingston kept trying to fireside back with chops to the neck. Kingston battled back with a Saito suplex before absorbing Miro’s strikes and firing back with more of his own.

Miro focused his attack on Kingston’s back and locked in Game Over just for Kingston to manage to succeed in rock bottom rope. A frustrated Miro became a DDT but the referee was trying to reattach a turnbuckle pad, resulting in a delayed count. The referee then prevented Kingston from throwing Miro into the exposed turnbuckle, allowing Miro to hit a coffee blow and a kick to attain the pin and retain his title. This was an exquisite, hard-hitting match that got the pay-per-view off on a really positive note. Miro def. Eddie Kingston via pinfall to retain the title. Grade: B+

Jon Moxley vs. Satoshi Kojima: Kojima tried for a handshake before the match only to be met with a finger and a barrage of strikes. After a wild start, Moxley hit a suicide dive before focusing his offense on Kojima’s taped-up hand. Kojima fired back with a flurry of chops and a top-rope elbow drop. Both men bit the face of the opposite before Kojima hit a superplex. The exchanges of massive moves kept coming, including a Kojima brainbuster. Kojima hit a lariat and a Koji Cutter but was too damaged to travel for a canopy, allowing Moxley to require advantage and lock within the bulldog choke, just for Kojima to interrupt the hold by going to rock bottom rope.

Moxley followed up by hitting the Paradigm Shift twice to attain the pin and end an impressive match and therefore the second consecutive pairing with an enormous specialization in a hard-hitting action. Making things even better, Minoru Suzuki made his thanks to the ring after the match to confront a shocked Moxley. Suzuki removed his shirt and came Moxley’s face before the 2 men began trading forearms and brawled until Suzuki hit a Gotch piledriver to get Moxley out. Jon Moxley def. Satoshi Kojima via pinfall. Grade: A-

NEW Women’s Championship — Dr. Britt Baker, D.M.D. vs. Kris Stadtlander: Statlander immediately tried to use her strength advantage but did need to avoid an early attempt at Lockjaw from the champion. Baker stops Statlander’s attack with a twisting neck breaker as Stadtlander was seated on the highest rope. Stadtlander fired back together with her own power attack, including a modified Michinoku Driver for a near fall. Stadtlander missed the world 451 splashes and Baker tried to pounce with Lockjaw only to ascertain Statlander counter and hit an ax kick for an additional two count. Stadtlander missed a pendulum moonsault from the ring apron and Baker leaped off the ring steps for an enormous stomp.

Back within the ring, Stadtlander tried to lock during a crab submission but Baker landed a series of kicks to the face to interrupt the hold. Baker hit the Pittsburgh Sunrise and stomp, both leading to near falls. Stadtlander had nothing left after the kick out and Baker locked in Lockjaw to urge the submission win. Another match, another gem during a show that was building momentum to being the simplest in AEW history. Dr. Britt Baker, D.M.D. def. Kris Stadtlander via submission to retain the title. Grade: B+

AEW Tag Team Championship — The Young Bucks (c) vs. Lucha Brothers: The Bucks tried to climb the cage immediately but were caught by a flying dropkick. needless to say, a continuing flurry of action followed, with bodies flying around the ring and therefore the Bucks repeatedly being tossed into the cage. Penta was eventually stuck between the ring apron and therefore the cage where his head was kicked into the steel. A trio of cutters was hit before Fenix hit a double-cutter to be the last man standing within the wild exchange. The Bucks hit a mixture tombstone stomp into senton for a near fall on both men and Nick Jackson drilled both Lucha Brothers with low blows, taking advantage of the shortage of rules within the cage. The Bucks tried to tear off the masks of both of the challengers, taking any shortcut possible as they took control of the match.

Brandon Cutler came to cageside and threw a bag into the ring for the Bucks. Matt Jackson pulled out a shoe covered in thumbtacks and Penta, already bloodied, dove ahead of Fenix to require the kick instead. Penta was then driven face-first into the tacks multiple times, drawing even more blood. A BTE Trigger on Penta only got a two count when Fenix broke the pin. Fenix stormed back before driving the tack-covered shoe into the top of both Bucks and hitting the black thunder driver for his own near fall.

Nick Jackson and Penta each hit package piledrivers on the ring apron before going one-on-one back inside the ring before Penta hit a destroyer from the highest rope. A stomp-assisted package piledriver only got two for the Lucha Brothers and that they tried to try to do it again, this point with Fenix coming off the highest of the cage but Nick Jackson made the save before Fenix came off the highest of the cage with a crossbody and therefore the Lucha Brothers hit a tandem driver to win the titles. there is no thanks to effectively recap a match this wild in text. leave your thanks to seeing it if you haven’t already. The Lucha Brothers are def. The Young Bucks via pinfall to win the titles. Grade: A+

Casino Battle Royal: during a cool-down slot, the melee was the quality deal for AEW, with the batches of latest entrants coming in, competitors getting tossed from the ring, and await to ascertain who would get the doorway spot because of the joker. The joker was revealed to be Ruby Soho — formerly Ruby Riott in WWE. the ultimate four decreased to Thunder Rosa, Tay Conti, Soho, and Nyla Rose. Rosa eliminated Rose to go away just herself and Soho. the 2 women battled on the ring apron before Soho hit a kick to send Rosa to the ground to win the match. The pop for Soho was huge and she or he may be a huge injection of life into a developing women’s division. Ruby Soho won the Casino melee. Grade: B

MJF vs. Chris Jericho: MJF spoofed the old Jericho “Y2J” entrance. Jericho made his entrance to only a live guitar rendition of “Judas” because the crowd sang along. The match quickly went outside the ring where Jericho hit MJF within the head with a metal pole. Once the match went back to the ring, MJF focused on attacking Jericho’s arm. The attack on the army didn’t stop before MJF hit Jericho with a Heatseeker on the apron, almost scoring him the win by declaring. Jericho managed to fight back after hitting a powerbomb, driving MJF’s lower back to the sting of the apron. Jericho scored a near fall after a lionsault. Jericho went for a huricanrana from the highest rope but MJF countered into a powerbomb, though the move hurt MJF’s own injured back. Wardlow began making his thanks to the ring but was stopped by Jake Hager.

The distraction allowed MJF to use Jericho’s lumber to hit Jericho within the head then landed Jericho’s own Judas Effect to attain the pin, despite Jericho’s foot being on the ropes. A second referee came to the ring to mention that Jericho’s foot was on the ropes, resulting in the match being restarted. Jericho nearly immediately scored a pin but JMF locked up an armbar. Jericho countered into a pin then locked within the Liontamer to force the faucet and save his career. Not the simplest match on the show, but an honest enough showing from both men and efficient use of the classic pro wrestling “Dusty Finish.” Chris Jericho def. MJF via submission. Grade: B-

CM Punk vs. Darby Allin: the gang was the hotdog for the match, needless to say. Allin hit an arm drag immediately but Punk came back with a shoulder tackle. Punk and Allin went into some chain wrestling, with Punk working a headlock before Allin drove him to the mat with a shoulder tackle. Punk nearly caught Allin in position for the attend Sleep as Allin went for a leapfrog. Punk launched Allin through the turnbuckles into the ring post and commenced to figure over Allin’s back and ribs. Allin broke Punk’s momentum by hitting a flip-over stunner. Allin rolled up Punk during a series of near falls before scoring yet one more two counts after hitting a code red. Punk managed to hit the attend Sleep, but the move shot Allin through the ropes and to the ground. Punk seemed happy to require the declare but Allin managed to urge back to the ring at the count of nine.

Punk exploded with strikes and signaled for the GTS again but Allin fired back with elbow strikes, forcing Punk to slip out of the ring where Allin hit him with a suicide dive. Allin went for a Coffin Drop but Punk sat up to avoid the move. Allin reversed another GTS into the Last Supper for a near fall before Punk hit an enormous leg lariat. Punk finally hit a second GTS to attain the pin. This was a really professional “professional match .” Maybe not the foremost wild of matches but really picked up steam down the stretch to supply some extremely exciting near falls and showed that Punk still has plenty left to offer within the ring. CM Punk def. Darby Allin via pinfall. Grade: B+

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