It has been announced that TNT Champion Miro will defend his championship against Eddie Kingston at AEW All Out on September 5th.
Miro has held the title since defeating Darby Allin back in May. Since winning the championship, The Redeemer has been in dominant form defeating the likes of Lance Archer, Lee Johnson and most recently Fuego Del Sol.
After signing with AEW in September of 2020, Miro is yet to taste defeat in singles action.
The clash at All Out was announced after Miro and his new challenger, Eddie Kingston had to be pulled apart on the August 27th edition of AEW Rampage. Miro was in the process of attacking Fuego Del Sol when Kingston ran down to make the save. As chaos ensued, the two men had to be dragged apart with neither willing to take a backward step.
Eddie Kingston signed with AEW in July 2020 and has gone on to feud with Cody Rhodes and Jon Moxley. Kingston has joined forces with Moxley in recent months with the pair challenging for the AEW World Tag Team Championships.
You can see the updated card for All Out below.
- Kenny Omega vs. Christian Cage (AEW World Championship)
- Britt Baker vs Kris Statlander (AEW Women’s World Championship)
- Andrade El Idolo vs. PAC
- CM Punk vs. Darby Allin
- The Young Bucks vs. The Lucha Brothers (Cage Match for the AEW World Tag Team Championships)
- Paul Wight vs. QT Marshall
- Women’s Casino Battle Royale
- Jon Moxley vs. Satoshi Kojima
- Miro vs. Eddie Kingston (TNT Championship)
- Chris Jericho vs. MJF (If Jericho loses he’ll retire from in-ring competition)