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Let’s Talk Wrestling : AEW All Out 2021 (Review)


All Out

Sept. 5th, 2021

Hoffman Estates, IL



Ten Man Tag Team Match
Chuck Taylor, Jurassic Express (Jungle Boy & Luchasaurus), Orange Cassidy & Wheeler Yuta (w/Marko Stunt) vs The Hardy Family Office (Angelico, Isiah Kassidy, Jack Evans, Marq Quen & Matt Hardy) (w/The Blade) 
Solid match, never became super chaotic but everyone got to show off until the end when Jurassic Express took lead. Jungle Boy continues to just be great in ring as well. Crowd was super over for Jurassic in the end and it was a fun pre show match. 3 / 5
AEW TNT Title Match
Miro (c) vs. Eddie Kingston
A slow heavy hitting match between these two brutes. Kingston had some good moves but the match itself moved a bit slow. Never seemed to truly hit a moment where it was going steady. 2.5 / 5
Satoshi Kojima vs. Jon Moxley
A solid match but a slower one. It had its moments between wanting to be a submission based match with the typical NJPW hard hitting one. Wish it could have found its stride better though. 3 / 5
Minoru Suzuki showing up to then take down Mox was fantastic though.
AEW Women’s World Title Match
Dr. Britt Baker DMD (w/Jamie Hayter & Rebel) (c) vs. Kris Statlander (w/Orange Cassidy)
Fantastic match. Baker has improved so much since her start in AEW and Statlander looked great and was super over. The match was fantastic with both women going full speed at another, Baker is a fantastic heel but also has the crowd behind her. I can’t wait to see what both of these women do from here because they are only getting better. 4 / 5
AEW World Tag Team Title Steel Cage Match
The Young Bucks (Matt Jackson & Nick Jackson) (w/Brandon Cutler) (c) vs. The Lucha Brothers (Penta El Zero Miedo & Rey Fenix) (w/Alex Abrahantes)
What a match. Two teams that know how to do spots, flow as a team great, but also build a story and pace the match as needed. This was brutal, bloody, a whirlwind of emotions and the culmination of these two teams having great matches at All Out. Lucha Bros are super over and this win puts them at the top where they deserve. 5 / 5
Casino Battle Royale Match
Emi Sakura (w/Lulu Pencil) vs. The Bunny vs. Diamante vs. Riho vs. Hikaru Shida vs. Ruby Soho vs. Rebel vs. Thunder Rosa vs. Nyla Rose (w/Vickie Guerrero) vs. Penelope Ford vs. Kiera Hogan vs. Big Swole vs. Tay Conti vs. Jamie Hayter vs. KiLynn King vs. Leyla Hirsch vs. Red Velvet vs. Anna Jay vs. Abadon vs. Skye Blue vs. Jade Cargill (w/Mark Sterling)
A really solid female royal match. Roby Soho debuting was fantastic, shes a great talent. The match had a lot of the females get their chance to show off while also continuing some feuds that are on going. 3.5 / 5
The Final Fight
Chris Jericho vs. MJF
Predictable ending but a decent match. Though at the beginning they comment on how theres no count out but later they start to count Jericho out. It was a slow brooding match with a good fake finish though. MJF for sure takes the style of an old school wrestler while in ring. 3 / 5
CM Punk vs. Darby Allin
CM Punks return match after 7 years. With new gear he looked great. The match itself was slowed down a lot, which is understandable but it also lost its momentum because of it. Darby went full insane on some moves to the point where they looked like it had to hurt. A solid match though and a great push for Darby. 3 / 5
Paul Wight vs. QT Marshall (w/Aaron Solo & Nick Comoroto)
Paul Wights return to ring and debut to AEW was about as uneventful as anything he has done the last 10 years. A quick bout but a boring one here to smooth the crowd over between the Punk match and the main event. 1  / 5
AEW World Title Match
Kenny Omega (w/Don Callis) (c) vs. Christian Cage
Story telling in a match at its finest. Two men giving it all their all to finish off their feud that kicked off week 1 of Rampage. Christian went through hell in the match but kept his best at trying to come back and came out looking great from it. 4 / 5
Adam Cole then coming out to stay with the Elite was a great surprise.
Bryan Danielson as well, even if expected, is a fantastic surprise.
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