All Out, probably the most anticipated AEW PPV of the year will be held on 5th September at the Now Arena in Chicago in Illinois. The card looks very interesting with the debut in the AEW ring of CM Punk, who returned after 7 years in the world of professional wrestling after leaving following strong disappointments in WWE.
Unfortunately, however, not everyone always goes as it should, especially in this historical period in which COVID often cancels the plans that are made and even All Out has undergone a couple of changes in the card.
AEW All Out will give sensational surprises
AEW All Out 2021 is one of the most anticipated events of the year for the company.
With the arrival of CM Punk, and rumors surrounding multiple former WWE Superstars possibly debuting at the event, it could be one of the most-watched pay-per-views ever for AEW. With so much interest surrounding the pay-per-view, it's important to take a look at how fans around the world can tune into AEW All Out 2021.
Let's take a look at how the audience can watch All Out this year, as well as the matches on the card. On the occasion of the last episode of AEW Dynamite that aired on Saturday, through Twitter, president Tony Khan shared some news with all the fans who are anxiously awaiting for All Out.
These are his words: “Thanks to you fans for #AEWDynamite LIVE support on TNT! The Women’s Casino Battle Royale, which was included in the Buy In, will now be featured on the ppv ALL OUT card. Due to travel problems, the PAC vs Andrade match is postponed to a future #AEWRampage."
The fans were very disappointed by this thing, also because it is not the first time that PAC has problems with travel and it is absurd that the company has not yet arrived at a solution to avoid having to always pause the work of the 'athlete.
However, there is already talk of the possibility of seeing Andrade still challenge someone at the PPV, even if for now there is no official news about it. But Andrade wanted to respond through a tweet in response to Khan's: “I just wasted time!
It's like in boxing, when they don't reach the weight, the fighter has to be fined a sum of money or he's not ready to face me and takes more time!"