AEW All Out

Final AEW All Out 2022 Live Stream: Start Time, Card, How To Watch AEW All Out 2022 AEW All Out 2022 airing tonight on B/R Live looks to be a can’t-miss event for All Elite Wrestling’s future.

CM Punk gets a shot at redemption against Jon Moxley, an interim women’s world champion and the inaugural trios champions will be crowned, and over a dozen other matches will be action-packed and could steal the show.

Before this loaded event kicks off with the Zero Hour pre-show, let’s run down the card one last time for a final round of predictions as we pick who will walk away victorious at All Out!

AEW All Out 2022 results, live streaming match coverage

Live from the Now Arena in Illinois, Jon Moxley defends his AEW World Championship against CM Punk at All Out 2022!

On a recent episode of Dynamite, Jon Moxley demolished CM Punk to unify the titles and become the undisputed AEW World Champion. Later tonight, the two will once again collide in the ring, with Punk hoping to get a boost from his hometown crowd.

The All Out 2022 card also features a bevy of hotly anticipated bouts as Toni Storm, Dr. Britt Baker, Jamie Hayter, and Hikaru Shida battle for the interim women’s title, Bryan Danielson takes on Chris Jericho, Swerve In Our Glory defend their tag titles against The Acclaimed, and, of course, the Casino Ladder Match for a future title shot.

AEW All Out 2022: Start Times, How to Watch and Full Card

It’s a huge show, with 11 matches on the main card. The biggest match on the card is CM Punk’s rematch against Jon Moxley for the AEW Championship. Moxley beat Punk in a shocking 3 minute match last week on Dynamite thanks to Punk’s storyline injured foot — but Punk hopes to reclaim the gold in his hometown of Chicago.

There are two big grudge matches in Bryan Danielson versus Chris Jericho and Christian Cage versus Jungle Boy. An eight-man ladder match will determine the next challenger for the AEW Championship. With Thunda Rosa out, an Interim AEW Women’s Championship is up for grabs. The Acclaimed finally get a shot at the AEW Tag Team Championships.

From start time to live stream info, here’s how to watch AEW All Out 2022 online.


The All Out preshow, which you can stream for free on All Elite Wrestling’s YouTube page as well as B/R Live, begins tonight (September 4) at 7:00 p.m. ET. The pay-per-view officially starts at 8:00 p.m. ET.


You can purchase AEW All Out through B/R Live, Bleacher Report’s live streaming service. For $49.99, you can watch the event via B/R Live on your desktop, mobile, TV, or connected device (Apple TV, Android TV, Fire TV, Roku, and more). All Out is also available to watch in international markets through FITE TV.


All Out is also available to purchase through a variety of cable providers, including Xfinity, Spectrum, Contour, Fios, U-verse, and Optimum. Additionally, you can order the event via DIRECTV or DISH.

Match card

AEW Championship: Jon Moxley (c) vs. CM Punk.Bryan Danielson vs. Chris Jericho.

Interim AEW Women’s Championship: Toni Storm vs. Jamie Hayer vs. Hikaru Shida vs. Britt Baker.

AEW Tag Team Championships: Swerve in my Glory (c) vs. The Acclaimed.

AEW World Trios Championship: Kenny Omega and The Young Bucks vs. Adam Page and The Dark Order.

Ladder Match for AEW Championship shot: Claudio Castagnoli vs. Rey Fenix vs. Rush vs. Dante Martin vs. Andrade El Idolo vs. Penta vs. Wheeler Yuta vs. a mystery entrant.

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

Wardlow and FTR vs. Jay Lethal, Chris Sabin and Alex Shelley.

Christian Cage vs. Jungle Boy.

Ricky Starks vs. Powerhouse Hobs.

House of Black vs. Darby Allin, Sting and Miro.

Preshow card

AEW All Atlantic Championship: Pac (c) vs. Kip Sabian.
Eddie Kingston vs. Tomohiro Ishii.
FTW Championship: Hook (c) vs. Angelo Parker.
Mixed tag team match: Tay Melo and Sammy Guervara vs. Ruby Sho and Ortiz.

How to watch AEW All Out, start times

The main show kicks off at 5 p.m. PT (8 p.m. ET) Sunday, with a preshow starting an hour before that. For grappling fans in the UK, AEW All Out’s main show begins early Monday at 1 a.m. BST (midnight preshow). Down Under, the show begins at 10 a.m. AEST on Monday (9 a.m. preshow).

AEW All Out is available via PPV at $50, but it’s also available on streaming services. If you’re in the US, it’ll be $50 through Bleacher Report. You can watch through the app or the website. In the UK and Australia, you’ll instead watch it through Fite TV, where it costs $20 (£16, AU$28).


  • AEW World Championship Match: Jon Moxley vs. CM Punk
  • Interim AEW Women’s World Championship Four-Way Match: Toni Storm vs. Dr. Britt Baker, D.M.D. vs. Jamie Hayter vs. Hikaru Shida
  • AEW TBS Championship Match: Jade Cargill vs. Athena
  • AEW World Tag Team Championship: Swerve In Our Glory vs. The Acclaimed
  • AEW World Trios Championship Match: The Elite (Kenny Omega and The Young Bucks) vs. TBD
  • Casino Ladder Match for a Future AEW World Championship Bout: Claudio Castagnoli vs. Wheeler Yuta vs. Penta El Zero Miedo vs. Rey Fénix vs. Rush vs. Andrade El Idolo vs. Dante Martin vs. TBD.
  • Six-Man Tag Match: Wardlow and FTR vs. Jay Lethal and The Motor City Machine Guns
  • Six-Man Tag Match: House of Black vs. Darby Allin, Sting, and Miro
  • Bryan Danielson vs. Chris Jericho
  • Jungle Boy vs. Christian Cage
  • Ricky Starks vs. Powerhouse Hobbs
  • Preshow Bout: Tomohiro Ishii vs. Eddie Kingston
  • Preshow Bout: AEW All-Atlantic Championship Match: Pac vs. Kip Sabian
  • Preshow Bout: FTW Championship Match: Hook vs. Angelo Parker

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