2021 AEW All Out predictions, card, matches, start time, PPV preview, location, date, CM Punk return
It’s time for arguably the biggest show of 2021 in AEW. The upstart wrestling promotion kicked off in 2019 with the PPV dubbed “All Out” and has since made it a point to loaded it up with its biggest stars and storylines for fans. This year will be no different as Sunday night marks the in-ring return of CM Punk when he takes on Darby Allin in the superstar’s first match in more than seven years.
But that’s not all. The promotion’s four major titles will all be on the line on Sunday night. The biggest may be Kenny Omega looking to defend his AEW championship against Christian Cage after Cage took the Impact world championship from him recently on AEW Dynamite. Plus, Dr. Britt Baker, D.M.D. looks to defend the AEW women’s championship against Kris Statlander and the Young Bucks battle Lucha Brothers inside a steel cage with the AEW tag team titles on the line.
Let’s take a look at how we believe All Out will play out this Sunday at 8 p.m. ET (7 p.m. Buy-In show) from Now Arena in the Chicago suburbs.
2021 AEW All Out predictions
AEW World Championship — Kenny Omega (c) vs. Christian Cage
Cage already picked up a win over Omega to land the Impact championship. It would make little sense for him to get a second win and take another title. It would make even less sense for Omega’s championship reign to fall to Cage, who was not brought in to be AEW’s top champion. The Omega championship story likely ends with a loss to Adam “Hangman” Page, not Cage. That said, if the Impact title match on Dynamite was any indication, fans are in for a treat when Omega and Cage go at it again on Sunday night. Pick: Kenny Omega retains the title
CM Punk vs. Darby Allin
Fans have waited seven years to see CM Punk return to the ring. One of the elite wrestlers of his generation with his skills both in the ring and on the mic, Punk’s return was always going to be the biggest thing on whatever card he was on. In…
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