AEW News: Two new matches confirmed for All Out, updated All Out lineup, latest episodes of Being the Elite, and Road to All Out (w/Radican’s Analysis)


-Two new matches have been officially confirmed for All Out. In the latest episode of Being the Elite, The Young Bucks accepted The Lucha Bros. challenge for a Ladder match with the AAA tag titles on the line. In the latest episode of The Road To All Out, Joey Janela, Darby Allin, and Jimmy Havoc were shown exchanging words backstage before brawling following their loss in a Six Man Tag at Fight for the Fallen to Shawn Spears & MJF & Sammy Guevara. Janela, Havoc, and Allin will now face off in a Triple Threat match at All Out.

The updated lineup for All Out will feature: Hangman Page vs. Chris Jericho to crown the first AEW Champion, Jon Moxley vs. Kenny Omega, AAA Tag Team Champions The Lucha Bros. vs. The Young Bucks in a Ladder match, and Dark Order (Stu Grayson & Player Uno) vs. Best Friends (Trent & Chuck Taylor) -winner receives a first round bye in the AEW Tag Team Championship tournament.

Also teased for the show, but not officially confirmed is Cody Rhodes vs. Shawn Spears.

Radican’s Analysis: This is a tremendous lineup for AEW’s next big PPV. They’ve really loaded the card up and they’ll likely generate a lot of momentum heading into TV on Oct. 2 just based on the card and the fallout alone. 

I’m still wondering where things are headed in terms of how wins and losses will count. Kenny Omega was framed as needing a win against CIMA during Fight for the Fallen even though he got the pin on Laredo Kid in a six man tag at Fyter Fest, but on the other hand Janela could be heard on the latest episode of Road to All Out complaining about losing the tag match and not wanting to pile up anymore losses in AEW. 

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It will be interesting to see how AEW handles their booking going forward. They get the big picture stuff right, but the details are important too. One other thing that made me concerned about the booking was that Cody Rhodes and Darby Allin went to a draw at Fyter Fest, but then both took the pin falls in their respective tag matches at Fight for the Fallen. 

-You can check out the latest episode of Being the Elite, which features The Young Bucks accepting the Ladder Match challenge from The Lucha Bros. below:

-The latest episode of Road to All Out features the build for the Janela vs. Allin vs. Havoc match at All Out plus an interview with Tully Blanchard about why he’s serving as Shawn Spears’s advisor. You can watch the entire episode below:

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