AEW: 5 possible main events for ALL OUT 2020

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AEW ALL OUT will take place on Saturday September 5, 2020

AEW‘s biggest pay-per-view of the year takes place on September 5. ALL OUT is AEW’s answer to ALL IN. The inaugural event took place last year at the Sears Centre in Chicago. This was the home of AEW’s infamous ALL IN show, which put AEW into motion.

We’re just a few weeks away from ALL OUT, so now is the time to start building. While there is one pretty likely main event that’s been rumored for a while. Just for fun, let’s take a look at several possible options.

The Elite vs. The New 4 Horsemen

The New 4 Horsemen has been rumored for months and picked up steam when FTR was brought in. Ever since, there have been subtle (and not-so-subtle) seeds planted. Hangman Page has always seemed like the likely person to turn on Kenny Omega. Now that FTR is around, it seems increasingly like that this will happen. FTR has come to Page’s rescue when Omega couldn’t. Page has found new drinking buddies in FTR. Although FTR and Omega are playing nice for now, it seems like it’s a false sense of security.

Shawn Spears being aligned with Tully Blanchard makes him a likely final member. The pair have been watching FTR’s matches from the crowd. “The Chairman of AEW” has been sporting a black glove in which he hides a weapon. The weapon is always provided covertly from Blanchard. The black glove is believed to be a throwback to Barry Windham, who wore black glove when he turned heel and joined The Four Horsemen.

A few weeks ago when FTR officially signed their AEW contracts, Arn Anderson was present as a “tag team consultant”. Page brought them whiskey to celebrate. Omega was noticeably absent.

Page has long said that he felt like he didn’t belong with The Elite. After failing to beat Jericho to become the inaugural AEW World Champion, he felt he was the weakest member of the group. He tried to distance himself before begrudgingly tagging with Omega. Even after the won the tag team titles, Page separated himself from The Elite. Now that he’s found kindred spirits in FTR, it seems likely that he will finally leave The Elite by turning on Omega to join FTR and Spears as the new 4 Horsemen.