It can be said that it is time for the biggest performance of AEW in 2021. The upstart wrestling promotion kicked off in 2019 with the PPV called “Go All Out”, and since then it has been providing fans with the biggest star and storyline. This year is no exception, because Sunday night marks CM Punk’s return to the ring, when he will face Darby Allin in the superstar’s first game in more than 7 years.
This is just one of many big games on the nine game cards. Four championships are coming online, including Kenny Omega defending the AEW title against Christian Cage, and the Young Bucks defending the AEW tag team in the steel cage game with the Luca brothers.
Let’s take a look at how we believe that All Out will be staged in the Now Arena in the suburbs of Chicago at 8pm EST this Sunday (7pm buy-in show).
2021 AEW All Out forecast
AEW World Championship-Kenny Omega (c) vs. Christian Cage
Cage has defeated Omega and won the Impact Championship. For him, it makes no sense to win the second game and win again. Omega’s championship dominance fell on Cage, and it made no sense. Cage did not become the top champion of AEW. The story of the Omega champion is likely to end in a loss to Adam “executioner” Page instead of Cage. In other words, if there are any signs of the Impact Championship on Dynamite, fans will be surprised when Omega and Cage compete again on Sunday night. Choice: Kenny Omega keeps the title
CM Punk vs. Darby Allin
Fans waited seven years to see CM Punk return to the ring. As one of the elite wrestlers of his generation, he has excellent skills in ring and microphone. No matter what card he uses, the return of punk is always the most important. In Alin, punk has a perfect comeback opponent. Allin is an outstanding young genius, his style should blend well with punk, and at the same time he won’t push him into an uncomfortable place in style. Punk needs to win here. In front of the audience in his hometown, this is the only meaningful thing in his comeback game. Choice: CM Punk wins
Chris Jericho vs. MJF
Jericho’s career is at stake in this game, which usually gives people an idea of how things will develop. There is no sign that Jericho is actually ready to hang up his boots completely, and the crowd does not seem to be ready to stop singing “Judas” during Jericho’s circular walk. MJF has always been in the lead and has Jericho’s number for most of the year, but professional wrestling convention says that Jericho needs to win back at some point and seeks to participate in this game to enable him to do so. Choice: Chris Jericho wins
AEW Women’s Championship – Dr. Britt Baker, DMD (c) vs. Krist Statlander
Statlander is an excellent champion challenger and an excellent talent. It is great to see that AEW’s women’s clothing department has developed faster and faster in recent months. Nonetheless, Baker is the first true star trained by AEW in women’s and a reliable champion. Even in the face of a capable and credible challenger, Baker seems unlikely to lose her belt here. Choice: Dr. Britt Baker retains his title
AEW Tag Team Championship – The Young Bucks (c) vs. Lucha Brothers (Steel Cage Match)
It’s hard to imagine that this is not a scramble game. We have seen these teams tear it up before, and adding a steel cage to the mix should bring some interesting new changes to the already successful mix. Although it feels like the Bucks should lose the title to the Jurassic Express-and despite the cage, all elites can interfere-it seems that at least one title needs to change hands in a large pay-per-view event. Choice: The Luca brothers win
AEW TNT Championship-Milo (c) vs. Eddie Kingston
One of the best things that happened in AEW is that Kingston finally shines on a big stage. This will never happen in WWE, but AEW is a place where respected people like Kingston can thrive. Although it is a great thing to see him win the championship, he is unlikely to compete with Miró, and he entered the TNT championship very early. Milo will be pushed here before trying to finish Kingston. Choice: Miro keeps the championship
Jon Moxley and Satoshi Kojima
We are accustomed to seeing Moxley participate in major events at large events. But even if there is no story, who would complain about Moxley vs. Kojima? This will be mean and annoying, and it will be fun as it lasts. It is not good for AEW to have Kojima participate in a one-time match and defeat one of their top stars, so the results here are obvious. In other words, it will continue. Choice: Jon Moxley wins
Paul White vs. QT Marshall
Is there anyone real Care about what happened here? QT Marshall is very mean to Tony Schiavone, and Wight comes to help Schiavone. Dynamite provided an opportunity to try to fight White. Billy Gunn and the Gunn Club opened White and attacked his surgically repaired hip with a chair. Nonetheless, this should be short-lived, and White overcame some interference and achieved a pleasant victory. Choice: Paul White wins
21- Women’s Casino Battle Royale
We know that AEW likes to debut in their pay-per-view campaigns. With Ruby Soho—previously Ruby Riott at WWE—on her way to AEW, it made sense that she made her debut in the Battle of the Royals and won. The future title is coming, and Baker will need a compelling new challenger. There is no more attractive option than Soho. Choice: Ruby Soho wins