AEW formalizes another titled match
by SIMONE BRUGNOLI | VIEW 415
This week the AEW Rampage episode aired where we already knew, through social media releases, that TBS champion Jade Cargill would appear to speak to the public and beyond. In fact, during a backstage interview flanked by her faithful Baddies, Tony Schiavone held the microphone while the champion launched a very important challenge for her kingdom, that of her to Athena, giving her an appointment at AEW All Out in September.
Even if the former WWE did not accept in words, as often happens when this type of challenge is launched, she did not wait, attacking Jade Cargill and making everyone understand that that is definitely a yes and that the two will see each other in a pay-per-view, with many fans believing she may be the one who finally steals Jade's belt and breaks her winning streak.
Time really does fly when you're a wrestling fan as it feels like CM Punk has only been in AEW for a few weeks. As for the other titled female match of the evening, there will be a Fatal-4-Way between Britt Baker vs. Hikaru Shida vs.
Jamie Hayter vs. Toni Storm to decree the interim champion since for now Thunder Rosa is out of the game due to injury.
AEW All Out provisional card
Below we leave you the card that has been announced so far for the pay-per-view: Interim AEW Women's World Championship: Britt Baker vs.
Hikaru Shida vs. Jamie Hayter vs. Storm tones
AEW World Tag Team Championship: Swerve In Our Glory (c) vs. The Acclaimed
AEW Trios Championship: TBD vs. TBD
Casino Ladder Match: Participants to be announced
Singles Match: Bryan Danielson vs.
Singles Match: Christian Cage vs. Jungle Boy
Singles Match: Powerhouse Hobbs vs. Ricky Starks
Trios Match: FTR & Wardlow vs. Jay Lethal & Motor City Machine Guns Dave Meltzer of the Wrestling Observer Newsletter has stated that AEW's main event is still Punk vs Moxley.
"Currently the 9/4 All Out PPV has CM Punk vs. Jon Moxley for both belts (this is not announced and not 100 percent but it is being talked about as the current plan and there doesn’t appear to be a backup plan)," said Dave Meltzer.