AEW All Out 2022 Full Match Card: List of Matches That Will Happen On The AEW PPV

AEW All Out 2022 event is the fourth in line of the annual All Out PPVs by All Elite Wrestling. As is the tradition of these events since 2019, this All Out is also commencing at Labor Day weekend. On September 4, the NOW Arena in Chicago, Illinois will witness a jamboree of a whopping fourteen matches in one Sunday night.

One of the company’s “Big Four” PPVs of the year, All Out will feature a AEW World Trios Championship for the first time. This mega event has a long list of matches with top level talent trying to make their names in the competitive and fast-growing brand.

The main event, CM Punk vs. Jon Moxley II for the AEW World Championship, is the most talked about right now. AEW interim world champion Jon Moxley had defeated AEW world champion CM Punk in an AEW World Championship unification match on a Dynamite episode to officially become the first ever two-time AEW Undisputed world champion in a rather short match.


On this week’s Dynamite, Moxley, after dissing Punk, left a contract for a rematch in the middle of the ring for him to sign. Punk did that later after some deliberation by Ace Steel.

Punk, the Chicago native, will be hometown hero and count on the crowd’s energy to overcome the challenge presented by the extreme and younger champion and become the champ once again.

The PPV also features such renowned industry veterans as Chris Jericho, Bryan Danielson, Kenny Omega, Sting, Miro, Malakai Black, Keith Lee, Christian Cage, Claudio Castagnoli and PAC among the menagerie of talent and absolutely all the Gold that the promotion has to offer is being defended on it.



How many matches will happen on AEW All Out 2022 match card?

AEW has announced 14 matches for All Out 2022. Here is the complete AEW All Out 2022 match card:

  1. Eddie Kingston vs Tomohiro Ishii – Singles Match
  2. PAC(c) vs Kip Sabian – AEW All Atlantic Championship Match
  3. Hook(c) vs Angelo Parker – FTW Championship
  4. The Elites(Kenny Omega, Matt Jackson & Nick Jackson) vs Dark Order or Best Friends – World Trios Championship Tournament Final for AEW World Trios Championship
  5. Bryan Danielson vs Chris Jericho – Singles Match
  6. Toni Storm vs Hikaru Shida vs Britt Baker vs Jamie Hayter Fatal 4-way match for Interim AEW Women’s Championship
  7. Wardlow & FTR (Cash Wheeler & Dax Harwood) vs Jay Lethal & Motor City Machine Gun(Alex Shelley & Chris Sabin) – Tag Team Match
  8. Wheeler Yuta vs Claudio Castagnoli vs Rush vs Andrade El Idolo vs Rey Fenix vs Penta Oscuro vs Dante Martin vs TBA – Casino Ladder Match for AEW World Title Shot
  9. Christian Cage vs Jungle Boy – Singles Match
  10. Swerve in Our Glory (Keith Lee & Shane Strickland)(c) vs The Acclaimed(Max Caster & Anthony Bowens) – AEW World Tag Team Championship Match
  11. Powerhouse Hobbs vs Ricky Stark – Singles Match
  12. Jade Cargill(c) vs Athena – AEW TBS Women’s Championship Match
  13. House of Black (Malakai Black, Buddy Mathews & Brody King) vs Miro, Sting & Darby Allin – Tag Team Match
  14. Jon Moxley(c) vs CM Punk – AEW World Championship Match

This is a must-watch event even for non-wrestling fans and will surely make an All-Elite believer out of them.


Akashdip Singh

WWE Fan by birth, Content writer by choice

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