*Spoiler* Shocking decision on Julia Hart's participation

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*Spoiler* Shocking decision on Julia Hart's participation

All Out is getting closer and closer, one of the most anticipated PPVs of the AEW and unfortunately at this point, also one of the most unfortunate, because the company has been forced to make some changes to the original card.

Tony Khan in fact, through his Twitter account, had written: “Thanks to you fans for supporting #AEWDynamite LIVE 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." This tweet also generated several protests because it made women seem like stopgaps for men's matches, protests that were already born when the match was originally in the pre-show.

Madi Wrenkowski made her return to AEW tonight from an injury layoff, and she began her match with Julia Hart with some hand-fighting. Madi got taken down with a hip toss and still evaded a corner strike. Julia Hart came through for a rolling dropkick.

Wrenkowski delivered a knee shot that left Julia to dry on the ropes. Madi brutally fired strikes across Julia's throat while using the ropes as a barrier.

Julia Hart will not participate

In the pre-All Out special edition of AEW Dark, Julia Hart fought and won her match against Heather Reckless, but sadly backstage, while talking about All Out, she was attacked by Jade Cargill and Nyla Rose.

She in particular she was hit in her face with some kicks and then in her abdomen with a chair, a chair then used to trap Julia's leg and beat her, hurting her very much and then preventing her from getting the approval of the doctors to compete.

Until this attack, all 21 women who were to participate in the Battle Royale had been announced, but it was foreseeable that something would happen to one of them, because for weeks now the rumor has been circulating about a landing of Ruby Soho, former Ruby Riott, in AEW, right at All Out.

So now there are 20 participants and surely there will be a surprise at the last one during the ppv, with the number 21 that will show up on the spot. The announced participants are: - Nyla Rose - Big Swole - Diamond - Penelope Ford - Red velvet - Tay Conti - Pink Thunder - The Bunny - Emi Sakura - Hikaru Shida - Kiera Hogan - Abadon - KiLynn King - Leyla Hirsch - Anna Jay - Jamie Hayter - Rebel - Riho - Jade Cargill - Skye Blue.