AEW: 5 possible main events for ALL OUT 2020

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Britt Baker vs. Big Swole

Besides the “when will Page turn?” storyline, the biggest storyline this summer has been Dr. Britt Baker vs. Big Swole. Baker was injured prior to Double or Nothing during a match with Nyla Rose, Kris Statlander, & Hikaru Shida. The good doctor suffered a partial LCL tear, a small tendon tear and an interior tibia fracture. Baker announced that she would return at All Out.

AEW has done an excellent job keeping fans invested in Baker. They did this by continuing to involve her in vignettes and segments. She has also been parked ringside in her wheelchair, passing notes to her sometimes BFF, Tony Schiavone.

Over the weeks, we’ve seen Swole put Baker in a dumpster, dump trash on her and roast her daily on Twitter. Swole’s actions got her “suspended” for a couple of weeks. She’s also had to face an opponent of Baker’s choosing that ended up being her makeup artist/assistant, Reba.

These two have done a fantastic job with this storyline and have kept it fresh and exciting. The payoff is a match at All Out and they deserve the main event spot.

Jon Moxley vs. MJF

The AEW World Champion spent some of his reign in both lockdown and quarantine. When he has been on TV, he’s made an impact. Moxley has defeated opponents such as Mr. Brodie Lee, Brian Cage and Darby Allin. The champion is undefeated in 2020.

So is MJF in singles competition (he did lose a match with WARDLOW). A couple of weeks ago, MJF gave a Trump-esque speech about how he’s better than you and everyone else. He referred to the champ as “Dictator Jon” and continues to call him that on Twitter. Friedman challenged Mox for his title.

This is a pay-per-view worthy match in which one man will suffer his first loss of the year. Will we get a new World champion to boot?