-Tickets for All Out in Chicago on Aug. 31 go on sale tomorrow at noon Eastern time. Ahead of tickets going on sale AEW has announced that Jon Moxley will face Kenny Omega on the show. The headline match has already been announced with Chris Jericho taking on Hangman Page to determine the first AEW Champion.
AEW is encouraging people to create an account before tickets go on sale tomorrow on the Sears Center Arena website, which you can register with HERE
Cody Rhodes tweeted out a seating chart with pricing for the event, which can be seen below:
– ALL OUT – pic.twitter.com/2v9CjuMnfE
— Cody Rhodes (@CodyRhodes) June 10, 2019
-AEW officially announced that Fyter Fest on June 29 in Dayton Beach, Florida will air for free on B/R Live. Fans outside the U.S., U.K., and Ireland can watch the show for free on fite.tv. All you have to do to watch the show for free is login to your account prior to the show. AEW is suggesting people log into their accounts well ahead of the start time of the event, as they’re expecting a lot of traffic.
The lineup is taking shape as women’s triple threat match was added to the card today. The latest match added to the card is Nyla Rose vs. Riho vs. Yuka Sakazaki.
The rest of the lineup for the show so far is as follows:
- Kenny Omega & The Young Bucks vs. Pentagon Jr. & Rey Fenix & ???
- Jon Moxley vs. Joey Janela
- Cody Rhodes vs. Darby Allin
- Hangman Page vs. MJF vs. Jimmy Havoc vs. Jungle Boy
- Christopher Daniels vs. CIMA
- Alex Jebailey vs. Michael Nakazawa in a hardcore match (pre-show)
You can watch The Road to Fyter Fest episode 2 below with a promo from Darby Allin ahead of his match on the show against Cody Rhodes:
-Several new talents have officially signed with AEW. AEW has announced The Super Smash Bros. (Player Uno & Stu Grayson) will be repackaged as The Dark Order. The company also announced that former WWE wrestler Tye Dillenger has signed with the company and go by the name Shawn Spears. Spears appeared on the Double or Nothing pre-show in the Casino Battle Royale.
-C.M. Punk responded to a fan question today indicating that he is not going to show up in AEW. You can see the tweet below: