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AEW All Out 2022 PPV Results & Review Coverage Live

Posted by Anthony Mango Sunday, September 4, 2022

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AEW All Out 2022 Results
Welcome to the AEW ALL OUT 2022 pay-per-view live results coverage page!
All Out 2022 is coming to you from the Now Arena in Hoffman Estates, Illinois on September 4, 2022.

Want to know who won all the matches at AEW All Out 2022? This post will be updated continuously to reflect ongoing coverage of AEW All Out 2022 results from the pre-show onward.

 Browse my predictions for AEW All Out 2022 and find out all the results down below.


AAA World Mixed Tag Team Championship Match: Sammy Guevara and Tay Melo (c) vs. Ortiz and Ruby Soho

RESULT: Sammy Guevara and Tay Melo retained by pinfall.
THOUGHTS: I wasn't able to pay too much attention to this, as I was still trying to clean up stuff from Worlds Collide, since they just started too early. Ruby Soho seems to have gotten injured with a broken nose or something. Ouch.

FTW Championship Match: Hook (c) vs. Angelo Parker

RESULT: Hook retained by submission.
THOUGHTS: I still wasn't able to see much of this. What I did see seemed generic and not worth my time.

AEW All-Atlantic Championship Match: PAC (c) vs. Kip Sabian

RESULT: Pac retained by pinfall.
THOUGHTS: I was STILL trying to catch up to everything. I hate when there's so much going on at the same time. But I had this in my peripheral and it looked solid.

Eddie Kingston vs. Tomohiro Ishii

RESULT: Eddie Kingston won by pinfall.
THOUGHTS: Chop. Chop. Chop. Chop. Chop. Chop. Everyone goes nuts. I found myself paying more attention to my pizza, which the place screwed up and wasn't what I ordered. I'm glad you enjoyed it if you did, but this is a perfect example of a match that in my mind would have been better served on television, rather than this show being as long as it will be.


Casino Ladder Match

RESULT: The Joker (who is masked and didn't unveil himself) won.
THOUGHTS: Uh. Okay. Well, this could be cool or a massive dud. Maybe they have someone in mind they want to be the winner, but they aren't available. This person's associated with Stokely Hathaway, at least. The crowd was kind of dead. Time will tell on this one. If it isn't MJF or someone notable, people will crap on it.

AEW World Trios Championship Tournament Final: The Elite (Kenny Omega and The Young Bucks) vs. Dark Order (Hangman Adam Page, Alex Reynolds and John Silver)

RESULT: The Elite won the titles by pinfall.
THOUGHTS: Very good match at times, but not the Match of the Year candidate we could have hoped for.

AEW TBS Championship Match: Jade Cargill (c) vs. Athena

RESULT: Jade Cargill retained by pinfall.
THOUGHTS: This was about a standard Cargill match with a slight upgrade.

Trios Match: Wardlow and FTR vs. Jay Lethal and The Motor City Machine Guns

RESULT: Wardlow and FTR won by pinfall.
THOUGHTS: After four powerbombs, the babyfaces win it. This was another example of a good enough match that didn't at all need to be on the card. I maintain my argument that pay-per-views need to go back to being packed with special matches that seem above what we get on television, not that we should homogenize everything so TV and PPV content are on the same level.

After the match, Samoa Joe and then, Dax Harwood's daughter, come out. Dutt gets taken out and Finley puts her foot on him after breaking Dutt's pencil. The referee counts to three for a sentimental pinfall. Loved that little bit.

Ricky Starks vs. Powerhouse Hobbs

RESULT: Powerhouse Hobbs won by pinfall.
THOUGHTS: This was just getting started and then poof, it ended. Meh.

AEW World Tag Team Championship Match: Swerve in Our Glory (c) vs. The Acclaimed

RESULT: Swerve in Our Glory retained by pinfall.
THOUGHTS: Awesome match. I wish The Acclaimed had won, and the crowd definitely agrees on that front, but at least this was a really hard-fought contest. My favorite match so far.

Interim AEW Women's World Championship Four-way Match: Dr. Britt Baker, D.M.D. vs. Hikaru Shida vs. Jamie Hayter vs. Toni Storm

RESULT: Toni Storm won by pinfall.
THOUGHTS: It was hard to follow up that previous match. This was okay, but nothing memorable, particularly on a weekend overloaded with matches.

Christian Cage vs. Jungle Boy

RESULT: Christian Cage won by pinfall.
THOUGHTS: Squash. Shit. I was looking forward to this more than almost anything on this card and they made it a 20-second squash after Luchasaurus attacked Jungle Boy during his entrance. No, this doesn't make me want to see it more. It just makes me annoyed that we spent months setting this up and even on a show as big as All Out, they're still doing the "just wait a little longer" thing. That's some pre-HHH WWE stuff that everyone complains about, but gives AEW a pass for, out of random favoritism. Fair is fair. When WWE does this, we bitch. You should do the same with All Elite Wrestling. There are fifteen matches on this card. Cut 4 of the worthless ones from earlier and make this an actual match.

Chris Jericho vs. Bryan Danielson

RESULT: Chris Jericho won by pinfall.
THOUGHTS: This had the task of winning me back over after the last segment. While the match was good, it took a while longer than it normally would have for me to get turned around. Then, it just sort of ended. No Daniel Garcia. Just a flat ending. And we're heading into a match I don't care about. My burnout is getting stronger and I'm souring on this event as a whole leaning more toward disappointment and underwhelming than "the highlight of the weekend" and all.

Trios Match: House of Black vs. Miro, Darby Allin and Sting

RESULT: Miro, Darby Allin and Sting won by pinfall.
THOUGHTS: It was a match. I don't know why Miro was leaving ringside before the match was even over, but that was a thing.

AEW World Championship Match: Jon Moxley (c) vs. CM Punk

RESULT: CM Punk won the title by pinfall.
THOUGHTS: Lots of people will have this as their Match of the Year, I'm sure. I'm not that high on it, but it was good.

After the match, everything goes black. Audio plays about a phone call from Tony Khan promising someone a big deal and a spot at All Out for the sake of the fans. The Joker pops up on screen to confirm he's MJF. MJF comes out, stares down with Punk while on the stage and.......that's it. "We'll find out more on Dynamite." Lame.

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