Fri. Dec 9th, 2022

A week of AEW events in the Chicago area finishes up tonight with the biggest pay-per-view in company history.
CM Punk will make his long-awaited return to the ring, facing Darby Allin. It will be Punks very first match in more than seven years.
4 title matches are likewise set for tonight. In the main occasion, Kenny Omega will put his AEW World Championship on the line against Christian Cage. The Young Bucks will protect their AEW Tag Team titles against The Lucha Brothers in a steel cage match, Britt Baker will safeguard the AEW Womens Championship against Kris Statlander, and Miro and Eddie Kingston will face off for the TNT Championship.
Likewise on tonights card: Chris Jericho will put his AEW in-ring career on the line versus MJF, Jon Moxley will face off with NJPWs Satoshi Kojima, Paul Wight will make his AEW in-ring debut against QT Marshall, a 21-woman Casino Battle Royale will determine a future challenger for the AEW Womens Championship, and Orange Cassidy, Chuck Taylor, Wheeler Yuta & & Jurassic Express will deal with Matt Hardy, Private Party, Jack Evans & & Angelico.
The 10-man tag match will take location on tonights The Buy-In pre-show. The Buy-In begins at 7 p.m. Eastern time, with the main card then starting at 8 p.m. Eastern.
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The Buy-In–
The very first half featured the normal variety of video packages, promotions, and general hype for the show.
Excalibur and Tony Schiavone ran down the card half past the top of the hour.
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YUTA tagged in but Hardy wasnt having it so Orange tagged in. Luchasaurus tagged himself in and Hardy tagged out to Evans, who was right away taken out with a slam and a German.
Jungle Boy hit his step-up arm drag followed by a dropkick, pausing to take in the adulation of the crowd. YUTA and Kassidy tagged in, and the latter worked together with his Private Party partner Quen to secure YUTA. Quen landed a springboard crossbody for 2..
Angélico tagged in and we got a submission train. Luchasaurus simply dove into the stack to send out everybody flying prior to fighting off everyone on the opposing team individually. Evans tried to turn out of a chokeslam attempt but was captured with a knee on the way down..
Orange strolled up and struck weak kicks on all three prior to sending Hardy to the floor. Private Party hit a double team, almost a standing shooting star press into a senton, on Orange, however Taylor came in and took out everyone.
TH2 separated YUTA with a neckbreaker and backbreaker combination for 2. Private Party hit Gin n Juice on YUTA, however Orange separated the pin in time. He struck a hands-in-pockets hurricanrana on Angélico prior to doing the same to both of Private Party. The kip-up followed, but Hardy turned him around and strike the Twist of Fate..
YUTA and Taylor struck stereo planchas on Private Party out on the flooring. Jungle Boy combated both of Private Party and hit a sheer drop brainbuster on Kassidy. Jungle Boy and Evans got on their respective partners shoulders and Jungle Boy overcame the exchange. Kassidy attempted to crossbody Jungle Boy off Luchasauruss shoulders, but Jungle Boy turned it into a powerslam.
The Blade got involved and tried to distract Jungle Boy, however Marko Stunt can be found in and hopped on Luchasauruss shoulders to take Blade out with a dive to the floor. Jungle Boy then locked on the Snare Trap on Angélico for the win.
— After the match, the Butcher assaulted and returned Orange with a powerbomb. H.F.O. attempted to set up Orange to cut his hair, but half the babyface locker space (including the Varsity Blonds, Dark Order, and Top Flight) came out and ran them off..
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Dan Lambert, flanked by the Men of the Year alongside Jorge Masvidal, Junior Dos Santos, and Andrei Arlovsky, appeared in among journalism boxes and berated the fans. Page stated that he and Sky have the “gift of gab” which they are extremely harmful men. Sky said they have to take it to the next level with their friends, American Top Team.
Lambert stated everyone here is just awaiting his direction on whose ass to kick and when.
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AEW All Out Report–.
Jim Ross signed up with the commentary desk for the main card.
TNT Championship: Miro (c) beat Eddie Kingston (13:29).
This was very well-worked with a white-hot crowd. It exceeded expectations till the low blow finish.
Miro bull-rushed at the start and they both went for their particular finishers, forcing Miro to roll to the flooring. Miro nearly battled out, however Kingston turned the momentum into an exploder suplex, forcing Miro to roll out to the floor.
Kingston ran the apron looking for possibly a cannonball senton, however Miro captured it and turned it into a powerslam on the floor. Miro repeatedly sent Kingston back-first into the ring posts. In the ring, Miro covered, but Kingston kicked out at one. Miro turned the target of his attack towards Kingstons hands in an attempt to limit his grip strength..
Kingston landed chops and went for a background suplex, however Miro quickly battled out and hit a great standing dropkick. Miro basked in his own magnificence, permitting Kingston to prevent a corner attack and struck an enziguiri.
Kingston went for a dive, however Miro cut it off with a best hand. Upon re-entry, Kingston captured Miro and hit a Saito suplex.
Miro rolled to the outside to avoid the spinning back fist. Kingston took benefit with an elbow suicida to the floor. In the ring, Kingston aboided a bicycle kick and hit a fishermans suplex bridge for two. Miro attacked Kingston in the corner and followed it up with the previous Machka kick to the stomach. He called for Game Over and locked it on.
Kingston made it just a couple feet from the ropes and was ultimately able to force a break before Miro might fall back and lock it on completely. Kingston struck the desperation DDT, but the authorities was putting a turnbuckle pad back on, leading to a late fantastic near fall.
With the officials vision obscured, Miro low blowed Kingston and hit the bicycle kick for the win.
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Jon Moxley defeated Satoshi Kojima (11:52).
This was a strong back-and-forth match. It was fantastic to see Kojima as a featured skill on an American pay-per-view.
He went for the Cozy Lariat, however Moxley rolled to the flooring to prevent it, so Kojima kept up the attack with a plancha. He rolled Moxley back into the ring, but Moxley captured him upon re-entry and struck a tope suicida.
Back in the ring, Moxley attacked the taped-up hand of Kojima with stomps. He laid in knees and hit big-time corner chops. Kojima turned it around and strike the maker weapon chops in the corner, following it up with the running elbow. Next was the Bakayaro elbow for two..
Moxley caught Kojima and called for a “brainbustah.” Kojima blocked it and turned it around, perching Moxley on the top rope. They bit at each others faces prior to Kojima struck a superplex. He followed it up with an apron DDT. A 2nd DDT, this time in the center of the ring, got 2.
When Kojima kicked out, Moxley instantly turned it into an armbar, requiring Kojima to steer towards the ropes to force a break. Kojima countered the Paradigm Shift and struck a brainbuster.
Kojima called for the lariat, however Moxley reversed it into a German suplex. He laid in duplicated lariats of his own prior to being required to hit a running knee. Kojima turned the Paradigm Shift into a left-arm lariat and the Cozy Cutter for the double down.
They exchanged lower arms in the center of the ring. Moxley faced a rolling elbow however rebounded back with a clothesline for 2. Moxley locked on the Bulldog Choke up until Kojima reached the ropes for a break. Kojima captured a kick and hit Mongolian chops. Moxley hit a headbutt, prevented the lariat, and hit the Paradigm Shift. A 2nd Paradigm Shift followed for the win.
— After the match, “Kaze Ni Nare” played and Minoru Suzuki came out to a massive ovation. Suzuki and Moxley faced off in the center of the ring to the tune of “Holy sh * t” chants.
Suzuki took off his coat and struck a lower arm. Moxley came back with among his own. They traded lower arms up until Suzuki hit a boot. Suzuki shrugged off a lariat and locked on the rear naked choke, enabling him to leave and hit the gotch-style piledriver Moxley laying..
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AEW Womens World Championship: Dr. Britt Baker, D.M.D. (c) (w/ Rebel & & Jamie Hayter) defeated Kris Statlander (w/ Orange Cassidy) (11:30).
There were moments of greatness here interspersed with some actually sloppy stuff. The “This is incredible!” chant felt a little purchasing from.
They performed chain battling to begin. Statlander opted for the spider crab early on, however Baker had it hunted. Baker required “D.M.D.” from the crowd, however Statlander made her “boop” herself. Statlander climbed up the ropes, but Baker turned it into a draping neckbreaker. Baker sent Statlander to the floor and struck repeated stomps.
Back in the ring, Baker maintained the attack up until Statlander sent Baker into the corner. She hit a running knee, however Baker came back with a sling blade. Statlander type of avoided a curb stomp and struck an inside hook Falcon Arrow for two. Baker hit a great cradle series followed by a spike DDT for 2..
Statlander caught a kick and struck a high kick of her own. Baker countered the Big Bang Theory into a cradle for 2.
They combated on the top rope, with Statlander needing to basically deadlift Baker overhead for a superplex. Statlander returned to the top, however Baker rolled out of the method of Area 451 and chose the Lockjaw. Statlander combated out and hit an electric chair facebuster followed by a scissor kick for two.
Baker rolled to the flooring. Statlander opted for her pendulum moonsault, however Baker simply vacated the way and Statlander splatted on the flooring. Baker released herself off the actions and hit a curb stomp. Back in the ring, Baker opted for the Lockjaw, however Statlander tried to turn it into the spider crab. Baker kicked her way out and laid in stomps in the corner.
Baker climbed the ropes and hit a diving destroyer (Adam Coles Panama Sunrise, called the Pittsburgh Sunrise) followed by the curb stomp for an excellent near fall. The Lockjaw followed for the submission triumph.
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Backstage, Andrade El Idolo was with Chavo Guerrero. If PACs travel problems were his fault, he was asked. Andrade said it wasnt his fault. Chavo said PAC wasnt here since hes frightened, and the very same thing occurred with the Lucha Bros. This Friday, Andrade El Idolo will handle PAC, and there will disappear excuses.
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AEW World Tag Team Championships Steel Cage: The Young Bucks (Matt Jackson & & Nick Jackson) (c) vs. The Lucha Bros (Penta El Zero Miedo & & Rey Fénix).

Kingston landed chops and went for a backdrop suplex, but Miro quickly battled out and hit a great standing dropkick. Miro basked in his own magnificence, permitting Kingston to prevent a corner attack and hit an enziguiri. Upon re-entry, Kingston caught Miro and struck a Saito suplex. In the ring, Kingston aboided a bike kick and struck an anglers suplex bridge for two. Moxley struck a headbutt, avoided the lariat, and struck the Paradigm Shift.

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