Tony Khan Comments On Status Of All Out 2023

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With AEW All In set to take place one week before All Out’s traditional date, Tony Khan has provided an update on whether we can expect the latter to happen.

Many have been surprised by the success of AEW All In, which has already sold over 65,000 tickets for the event at the iconic Wembley Arena without a single match being announced. In a recent update, it was suggested that NJPW competitors could be added to the event.

However, it has become a Labor Day traditional for AEW to present All Out, which would fall just one week after the show in England. Although the logistics would seem feasible, there has been no official confirmation that it will take place yet.

Although far from a concrete answer, Tony Khan has spoken to Barstool Rasslin’ about the possibility, and how he will look to make it happen if he can.

We’d be approaching the fifth annual All Out, so I think it’s safe to say I am not going to miss that kind of an opportunity. I’m waiting to confirm what people can expect, but certainly, we built a great tradition with All Out and this is going to be the fifth year of it. And [we are] coming up on the four-year anniversary of the original All Out, and now, of course, we’re doing All In for the first time in AEW, AEW All In, London. And it would be very fitting for there to be All Out, so stay tuned for more information on that.

Something which is set to happen a bit closer to the present is the AEW return of CM Punk on the debut episode of Collision, which Tony Khan expects to receive a positive reaction.

With thanks to Wrestling Inc for the transcription.