AEW All Out Results 9/5/2021, Minoru Suzuki, Ruby Soho, Adam Cole and Bryan Danielson Debut

THE BUY IN
Chuck Taylor, Wheeler Yuta, Orange Cassidy, and Jurassic Express defeated Matt Hardy, TH2, and Private Party

AEW TNT CHAMPIONSHIP
Miro (c) defeated Eddie Kingston

Jon Moxley defeated Satoshi Kojima

Post-match, Minoru Suzuki’s music hit and a surprised Moxley looked to the stage in confusion. Suzuki eventually came out and calmly made his way to the ring.

Moxley and Suzuki faced off for a moment, Suzuki then took his jacket off and they battled in the ring. The two threw some big shots and laughed along the way. Suzuki eventually put Moxley down with a rear naked choke and a gotch style piledriver.

AEW WOMEN’S WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP
Britt Baker (c) defeated Kris Statlander

AEW WORLD TAG TEAM CHAMPIONSHIP (STEEL CAGE MATCH)
Lucha Bros defeated The Young Bucks (c) to win the AEW World Tag Team Championship

WOMEN’S CASINO BATTLE ROYALE
Ruby Soho makes AEW debut and wins Casino Battle Royale to earn a future shot at the AEW Women’s World Championship

Chris Jericho defeated MJF

CM Punk defeated Darby Allin

Paul Wight defeated QT Marshall

AEW WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP
Kenny Omega (c) defeated Christian Cage

AEW World Champion Kenny Omega defeated Christian Cage in the main event and then cut a promo about how anybody that could beat him was either dead, retired, or not in AEW. Cole’s music hit and out he came to a big pop. Cole got in the ring to face-off with Omega and quickly superkicked Jungle Boy (who had come down to help Christian during a post-match beatdown).

Cole reunited with his friends and said The Elite was the most dominant group in pro wrestling. Omega then went to do his signature sign-off and Danielson’s music hit. He got into the ring and teamed up with Jurassic Express and Christian against The Elite (with Omega running out of the ring). The Elite was quickly cleared away as Danielson and the rest of his guys celebrated to close out the show.

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