This morning at 6am EST, I was informed that the AEW All Or Nothing event scheduled for Saturday, July 22 has been postponed. AECW will return on its new date on Tuesday, July 25.
The main event of AEW All Out has reportedly been postponed, due to an injury suffered by former UFC champion, Conor McGregor during the press conference held for the show.
Progressive-wrestling superstar and MMA fighter Ryan “Pac” Nolte is currently in the midst of a feud with fellow professional wrestler Roderick Strong, who is serving as the (kayfabe) villain of his match with Nolte at this week’s All Out. However, the wrestling community has been in an uproar over this match for weeks, because Nolte’s opponent, Andrade “Cien” Almas, is not only the IWGP Jr. Heavyweight Champion (and Nolte’s (kayfabe) superior), but is also the son of CMLL legend Mistico, who is currently in the midst of his own feud against Almas’ father, Mistico’s former rival Atlantis.. Read more about aew all out 2021 and let us know what you think.
Tony Khan revealed on Wednesday night shortly before AEW Dynamite, that one of the most anticipated bouts on the All Out pay-per-view had been canceled. The Pac vs. Andrade El Idolo bout has been rescheduled for a later edition of AEW Rampage, according to Khan. The Casino Women’s Battle Royale will now take place on the main card as a consequence. El Idolo’s pay-per-view debut for the company was scheduled to be his second AEW bout overall.
The Lucha Bros. storyline began soon after El Idolo came in the promotion and attempted to “hire” them to join him. They’ve turned him down many times, claiming that Death Triangle is a fraternity and that they’re brothers with “The Bastard.”
Thank you to all of the fans that are coming out to see #AEWDynamite LIVE on TNT next! The Women’s Casino Battle Royale which was previously only available via the Buy In, will now be available through the ALL OUT ppv card. The fight between @BASTARDPAC and @AndradeElIdolo has been postponed to a future #AEWRampage due to travel difficulties.
September 1, 2021 — Tony Khan (@TonyKhan)
El Idolo began the year as a part of the WWE roster, but he was ultimately released in late March. Since then, he’s given many interviews in which he’s explained why he wants to quit the promotion.
“They placed me alongside Drew McIntyre when the epidemic began,” he told Lucha Libre Online. “Drew was fantastic with me in NXT and on the main roster, and he always treated me with respect. After the bouts, a producer approached me and said, ‘Make Drew seem like a monster, since he’s the champ.’ Drew approached me and urged me to wrestle the way I know how, that he doesn’t need me to make him seem good, but that I should wrestle the way I know how. Many individuals treated me nicely, including Drew and Randy Orton. ‘Why aren’t they utilizing you?’ [Randy] would question. I was at a loss for words and had no idea what was going on. I took the choice [to leave] after that.”
UPDATE: The Buy-In will now include a 10-man tag match, pitting the Hardy Family Office against Orange Cassidy, Wheeler Yuta, and Jurassic Express, as announced at AEW Dynamite.
I’ve simply squandered my time! When a boxer fails to make weight, he or she is fined a certain amount of money. Or is he just not ready to confront me and needs more time? @AEW #AEWAllOut #TranquilaRaza @AEW #AEWAllOut #TranquilaRaza https://t.co/InjjLjhRjU
— ANDRADE, “EL IDOLO” (@AndradeElIdolo), September 2, 2021
- Kenny Omega vs. Christian Cage in the AEW World Championship
- The Young Bucks vs. The Lucha Bros. in the AEW World Tag Team Championships (Steel Cage Match)
- Dr. Britt Baker vs. Kris Statlander in the AEW Women’s World Championship
- Eddie Kingston vs. Miro in the AEW TNT Championship
- Darby Allin vs. CM Punk
- MJF vs. Chris Jericho
- Satoshi Kojima vs. Jon Moxley
- QT Marshall vs. Paul Wight
- Thunder Rosa vs. Big Swole vs. Nyla Rose vs. The Bunny vs. Julia Hart vs. Red Velvet vs. Tay Conti vs. Penelope Ford vs. Diamante vs. Hikaru Shida vs. Emi Sakura vs. Jade Cargill vs. Kiera Hogan vs. Abadon vs. Leyla Hirsch
- Matt Hardy, Private Party, and TH2 vs. Orange Cassidy, Chuck Taylor, Wheeler Yuta, and Jurassic Express (Buy-In)
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