All Elite Wrestling (AEW) has now arrived close to staging its next PPV and until then there is only a weekly episode of the new show to be staged: AEW Rampage, where CM Punk has decided to make his debut in his beloved Chicago, only a couple of weeks ago.
After the resounding return to the scene of the Second City Savior, who landed for the first time in the rings of the Khan's company and not returning to the WWE that had made him a legend in the world of pro-wrestling already in 2011, for AEW he's now in crescendo, with the next PPV which will be broadcast this Sunday, which promises to be already a huge event, in which there will certainly be surprises, including that much-rumoured Daniel Bryan in the last period.
If the match between Pac and Andrade suffered a setback and was canceled from the event card due to logistical problems, the women's Casino Battle Royale was instead moved to the main card of the event, with a big surprise that a apparently it is planned for that match.
AEW has big surprises in store for All Out
During one of the media calls to advertise the event on Sunday, Tony Khan confirmed how Riho will return to show up in the AEW rings, entering the Casino Battle Royale by right, while instead a name is still kept secret by the company's management and it will be a big surprise for the fans when he enters the contest.
At the moment, many of the fans and insiders are betting everything on the name of Ruby Soho, or the former WWE Ruby Riott, as a surprise entry into the match. Let's see instead the athletes who have already been confirmed for some time for the Battle Royale, so as to get an idea of the match that we will see in two days: Julia Hart, Big Swole, The Bunny, Thunder Rosa, Red Velvet, Tay Conti, Penelope Ford, Diamante, Nyla Rose, Hikaru Shida, Emi Sakura, Jade Cargill, Kiera Hogan, Abadon, Kilynn King, Lelya Hirsch, Rebel, Jami Hayter and Anna Jay.
A total of ten matches have been lined up for the show, including four high-profile championship matches. The event will see the return of CM Punk to the squared circle after seven years. Paul Wight, formerly known as The Big Show, will also be making his in-ring debut.
It wouldn't be far-fetched to say that the outcome of these matches could entirely change the landscape of AEW moving forward. Based on recent rumors swirling around the internet, fans could see Daniel Bryan making his much-anticipated debut on the show.