AEW Adds Title Match To All Out PPV

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A championship match has been added to the upcoming AEW All Out pay-per-view.

Most of the attention in AEW is focused on today’s AEW All In London event at Wembley Stadium with over 80,000+ fans.

They are also going to present the All Out pay-per-view next Sunday, September 3rd from Chicago’s United Center with several matches announced at this point.

The first match that was announced for AEW All Out 2023 is the TNT Championship match with Luchasaurus (joined by Christian Cage) defending his title against Darby Allin. At All In London, Allin has to team up with Sting in a Coffin Match against Swerve Strickland & Christian Cage, so if Darby survives that he’ll get his title shot at All Out.

In addition to that, two of AEW’s most powerful wrestlers will meet in singles action at All Out when Miro faces Powerhouse Hobbs.

TBS Championship Match Added To AEW All Out

This past Wednesday on AEW Dynamite, Ruby Soho beat Skye Blue. After the match, Ruby challenged Kris Statlander to a TBS Championship match.

On last night’s episode of AEW Collision, Ruby Soho specified her challenge by saying she wanted to face Statlander for the TBS Title at All Out on September 3rd.

Kris Statlander, who has been the TBS Champion for three months going back to May’s Double or Nothing PPV, responded to Soho’s request by accepting the challenge. That means that at All Out on September 3rd, Statlander will defend the TBS Championship against Soho.

There were rumors that the Statlander-Soho match might take place at All In, but instead, we’ll see it at All Out next Sunday.