AEW All Out 2023 event card and information


All Elite Wrestling comes in hot with another showcase as AEW All Out 2023 looks to keep the momentum going this summer. 

While all eyes are fixed on AEW All In on August 27 at Wembley Stadium, AEW is planning for another big card that takes place a few days later. That very next week is AEW All Out 2023, another major annual showcase for the promotion. All Out has remained a big event for the company where a lot of action and surprises goes down. Even though All In has all the attention, fans should expect Tony Khan to attempt to keep the momentum going for All Out.

AEW is going back to Chicago, Illinois for All Out. This year’s event is set for Sunday, September 3, and will once again hail from the United Center. According to WrestleTix, the event is set up for an attendance of 10, 564. As of the July 31 report, 8,619 tickets were distributed with 1,945 remaining. This says a lot about the continued excitement around the AEW product, as only one match has been announced for the event thanks to most of the booking focus falling firmly on All In.

AEW All Out 2023 Event Card (Subject to change)

  • Luchasaurus with Christian Cage versus Darby Allin in a singles match for the AEW TNT Championship
  • Miro versus Powerhouse Hobbs in a singles match
  • Kris Statlander versus Ruby Soho
  • Orange Cassidy versus Jon Moxley in a singles match for the AEW International Championship
  • Kenny Omega versus Konosuke Takeshita in a singles match
  • Bullet Club Gold versus FTR and The Young Bucks in an eight-man tag team match
  • Adam Cole & MJF versus TBA in a tag team match for the ROH Tag Team Titles
  • Samoa Joe versus Shane Taylor in a singles match for the ROH TV Championship
  • Eddie Kingston and Katsuyori Shibata versus Blackpool Combat Club in a tag team match
  • Bryan Danielson versus Ricky Starks in a strap match

AEW All Out 2023 will be streamed via the Bleacher Report app, and available on FiteTV for those in other markets.

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