When Is AEW All Out 2021? How To Watch, Date & Time, Match Card

All Out

With AEW only hosting pay-per-views four times a year, the anticipation for any event sky-rockets, but we’re at fever-pitch with AEW All Out right around the corner!

Not to mention, with CM Punk making his shocking return to wrestling, the event will be must-see as the Best In The World returns to action!

So, how do you watch along? When does the pay-per-view start? And what matches are on the card? Here at Inside The Ropes, we have all the information you need to know ahead of the show!

When is AEW All Out?

This year’s AEW All Out is currently scheduled to take place on Sunday, September 5th at 8pm EST – which is 1am on Monday, 6th in the UK.

The show will emanate from the Now Arena in Chicago, Illinois with a live crowd in attendance. The show is sold out.

How can I watch AEW All Out?

If you live outside the United States, AEW All Out will be available via Fite TV with the cost likely to be $19.99.

Viewers in the US can only watch the show via B/R Live. A pre-show for All Out will air on Fite TV and across AEW’s social channels, on Twitter, Facebook, and YouTube.

What is the match card for All Out?

The current match card for All In is as follows:

  • CM Punk will wrestle for the first time in eight years when he takes on Darby Allin
  • IMPACT World Champion Christian Cage challenges Kenny Omega for the AEW World Championship
  • Andrade takes on PAC in singles action
  • Paul Wight makes his AEW in-ring debut against QT Marshall
  • Chris Jericho takes on MJF with the stipulation that a loss will see Chris Jericho retire
  • Dr Britt Baker DMD defends the AEW Women’s World Championship against Kris Statlander
  • Jon Moxley takes on Satoshi Kojima in singles action
  • The Young Bucks will defend the AEW World Tag Team Championships inside a Steel Cage against the winners of the Tag Team Eliminator
  • A Women’s Casino Battle Royale takes place on the kickoff show, where 21 women compete for a future AEW Women’s World Championship match. The competitors announced so far are Hikaru Shida, Nyla Rose, Thunder Rosa, Jade Cargill, The Bunny, Big Swole, Julia Hart, Emi Sakura, Tay Conti, Diamante, Penelope Ford, Red Velvet and there will be at least one surprise “Joker” entrant.

Watch AEW All Out live on Fite TV everywhere outside of the United States – and Bleacher Report Live in the US – on Sunday, September 5th.