AEW All Out 2022 Results

AEW All Out 2022 Results

AEW All Out 2022 Results – AEW held a “Zero Hour” pre-show before tonight’s All Opur Pay-per-view event. Here are the quick results:

  • Sammy Guevara & Tay Melo def. Ortiz & Ruby Soho
  • Hook def. Angelo Parker
  • Kip Sabian def. PAC
  • Eddie Kingston def. Tomohiro Ishii

AEW All Out 2022 Results

We are live from NOW Arena in Chicago, Illinois, as Wheeler Yuta and Rey Fenix make their way to the ring for the Casino Ladder Match.

Wheeler Yuta vs. Claudio Castagnoli vs. Rush vs Andrade El Idolo vs. Rey Fenix vs Penta Oscuro vs. Dante Martin vs. Joke – Casino Ladder Match for AEW World Title Shot

The bell sounds and we’re off-and-running with this one. After some brief back-and-forth action, we see our first high spots as Yuta tries taking out Fenix on the floor with a big dive. He then grabs a ladder and as he gets ready to head into the ring with it, the theme for the next competitor hits as the ten second countdown clock expires. Out comes RUSH from the Andrade Family Office as Yuta is climbing up the ladder he just set up inside the middle of the ring.

RUSH takes his time, as the commentators point out. Fenix ends up stopping Yuta anyways. RUSH hits the ring and decks Yuta. He then blasts Fenix with a vicious headbutt that sends a lifeless masked fan-favorite out to the floor at ringside. RUSH goes to work on Yuta now and then grabs an additional ladder as the theme song for RUSH’s partner, Andrade El Idolo, hits.

He comes out with his mask on and jacket, which Jose The Assistant takes off of him. He heads to the ring and his music dies down. RUSH sets up a ladder and steps aside, allowing Andrade to do the climb. Instead, Andrade decides to set up another ladder next to it and they both head out to the floor to grab some more ladders, as they appear to have something big in mind.

They bridged a ladder from ropes to the ladder in the middle of the ring, then another from the guard rail to the ring and slammed Fenix into it.  They climbed the ladder in unison but Yuta and Fenix returned and stopped them.  Yuta and Andrade battled atop the ladder.  Andrade hit a sunset flip powerbomb off the top of the ladder onto the bridged ladder.

The fifth man out is ROH Champion Claudio Castagnoli.  Big pop and chant for him.  The ladder in the center of the ring was moved with the bridged ladder still stuck.  Claudio turned it so it was leaning on bridged ladder with Andrade trapped on top.  Claudio used his strength to tip it so Andrade crashed over the top to the floor.  That was a cool spot.

The fifth man out was Dante Martin.  He was nailed with a ladder as soon as he hit the ring.  He springboarded to the ladder and almost made it but was stopped by Yuta.  He rebounded several times but was finally crashed to the outside with Claudio.   The crowd loved ALL of the Martin stuff.

The sixth man out was Penta.  He charged and hit a Canadian Destroyer on the ramp on Martin.  Someone call Martin’s parents.  He’s not coming home tonight.  Penta cleaned house and the crowd popped for it.  He nailed a Canadian Destroyer on a ladder bridged outside.  Fenix nailed a frog splash from the top, putting Rush through a table on the floor.  Chicago lost their mind. 

Claudio and Yuta battled up the ladder.  Martin returned – HE’S ALIVE?! – and tried to beat them to the casino chip.  Three masked guys in hoodies attacked everyone.  One of them climbed up and removed the chip and the mask.  It was STOKELY HATHAWAY.  He removed it and was surrounded by those he had recruited in recent weeks.  The Rollin Stones’ Sympathy for the Devil played and out came the Joker, who was disguised.  He went to remove the mask and then stopped and said “No” before walking out. 

Winner: The Joker

AEW World Trios Championship
The Elite (Kenny Omega, Matt Jackson & Nick Jackson) vs Dark Order & Adam Page

Kenny Omega was introduced as “Kevin Nash’s New Favorite Wrestler”.

Hangman and Nick Jackson started out. Hangman shoulderblocked them down. Matt and Reynolds tagged in. Matt spit gum in his face and Alex lost his cool. Silver and Reynolds double-teamed Matt and tried to stomp his hurt back but Hangman told them to stop. THAT WAS STUPID. You are trying to win the match! Hangman and Omega, former Tag Championship partners, tagged in. Chicago loved that.

They locked up and Omega backed Page into Page’s own corner.  Silver tagged himself in.  Dark Order worked over Omega’s arm.  They nailed a double legtrip then a stereo dropkick.  Hangman tagged in and went for a lariat to the outside but Omega ducked to the floor and Matt superkicked him.  It turned into the Elite show as they did all their big spots and worked over Hangman.  Hangman finally nailed a DVDR and made the hot tag to Silver, who cleaned house, even taking out Michael Nakazawa and Brandon Cutler before Nick Jackson shut him down.

Omega began drilling everyone with big suplexes.  He wiped out Silver with a Snap Dragon Suplex.  Reynolds and Silver hit him with a ton of offense to score a two count.  They went to do a T-Bird with  Silver but the Bucks tripped up Silver.  Omega freed himself and nailed the V-Trigger on Silver, who crashed to the floor.  Omega hit a big flip dive to the outside on everyone.  He tossed Reynolds back into the ring.  Matt went for a bucklebomb but Reynolds reversed it into a rana and Matt was sent into Nick and Kenny throwing kicks.  Hangman hit a dive to take out Nick.  They nailed a Pendulum Bomb on Matt but Nick dove in with a swanton to break it up.

Lots of superkicks leading to everyone being laid out.  Omega and Page faced off but Rick Knox told them they weren’t legal.  NOW Knox wants to enforce rules??? Come on.  They dragged their laid out partners to the corners and tagged in.  NOW, they fight.  They go back and forth until Omega nailed Tiger Driver ’98 for a two count.  They battled to the top where Hangman nailed a Fallaway Slam/moonsault combo for a close two count.  He nailed the Buckshot lariat to the back of the head.  Hangman went for another but caught sight of Matt Jackson.  He hesistated and went for the move but Omega ducked and Nick Jackson nailed one of his own.

Omega nailed a V-Trigger but Silver smashed Omega with a knee strike when he grabbed at Omega.  Silver scored a close two count but was caught with a V-Trigger and the One-Winged Angel but Silver nailed a back elbow and scoered a two count.  Hangman went for a Buckshot lariat but Omega ducked and Silver was drilled.  Omega covered him and The Bucks dove on Hangman to stop him from making the save.

Winners and first-ever AEW Trios Champions: The Elite!

AEW TBS Women’s Championship Match
Jade Cargill (c) vs Athena

Jade Cargill came out dressed and painted up like She-Hulk.  That was cool.  Athena nailed some big moves and covered Cargill.  She was pulled out by Gray and Hogan, who seemed a second off.  Athena laid them out on the floor.  She went for a Code Red but Jade escaped, then nailed a Samoan Drop.  She popped up and so did Athena.  Jade laid her out for a two count.

Jade nailed a leaping elbow into the buckles.  Athena battled back but was hit with an insane Beel out of the corner for a two count.  Athena nailed a bodypress off the ropes for a two count.  Athena ascended to the top and went for the O-Face.  Cargill blocked it but Athena nailed it with a knee strike.  Athena nailed a stunner variation for a two count.  Jade avoided a pump kick and rolled her up for a two count.  Athena went for a springboard and was nailed with a pump kick in the mid-air.  She nailed Jaded and scored the pin.

Winner and still AEW TBS Champion: Jade Cargill

– Earlier today, Alex Marvez asked CM Punk if he was 100% tonight.  Punk said he’s never been 100% walking into a fight.  Moxley has an easy target in his foot but he’s not just fighting Punk, he’s fighting all of Chicago.  He may have beaten Punk once but he won’t beat him twice.

Wardlow & FTR  vs. Jay Lethal & Motor City Machine Guns

The Guns came out to their Impact theme song.  Dutt came out mocking Dax Harwood with a t-shirt that said “Fight like an eight-year old brat.” Dax’s daughter came out with FTR on stage.

Lethal and Wardlow started out.  Sabin and Harwood tagged in and showed some nice exchanges.  Sabin offered a hand but pie-faced Harwood.  It broke down with everyone facing off.  The crowd chanted for FTR.  The Machine Guns took control on Dax.  Dax nailed a back suplex on Shelley.  FTR nailed a series of double-team maneuvers.  The Guns took control on Dax and began whipping out all their synchronized tag team offense.  Dax finally kicked Sabin off, making him crash into Shelley.

Cash tagged in and and drilled Shelley with a series of moves.  Shelley battled back and went for Sliced Bread #2 but Cash caught him and slammed him down for a two count.  Lethal and Sabin broke it up.  Shelley dropkicked Cash in the knee.  Lethal grabbed Cash’s leg and slammed it into the ring post.   Team Lethal began working over Cash’s leg while the referee made Dax and Wardlow return to their corner when they tried to intercede.  Lethal cinches in a figure four leglock.  Cash was worked over for a long time but finally nailed Sabin with a backdrop and tagged Wardlow in.

Wardlow began manhandling everyone.  He nailed a F5 on Lethal and covered him for a two count.  The Guns pulled FTR off the apron and drilled them with thriust kicks.  Satnam Singh nailed Wardlow.  Lethal rolled him up for a two count.  Sabin nailed a tope on FTR.    The Guns and Lethal tied Warlord to the tree of woe, where they nailed a series of dropkicks.  Lethal nailed a flying elbow off the top for a two count.  Wardlow came back and nailed a monster lariat.  He nailed a big powerbomb in the center of the ring.  The crowd called for another.  Wardlow nailed it.  The crowd asked for another and Wardlow hits a total o four for the win.

Winners: Wardlow & FTR

Sonjay and the others entered the right looking to attack but ROH TV Champion Samoa Joe returned to join the fight and attacked Satnam, beating him with the title belt.  He tossed Sonjay into the ring, where he was trapped.  Dax’s daughter ran to the ring and they gave her Sonjay’s pencil.  She snapped it in half.  They drilled Sonjay and she put her foot on him as they all counted three.  A cute monent.

Powerhouse Will Hobbs vs. Ricky Starks

Starks charged the ring and began belting Hobbs with some really good, intense shots until being clubbed with a lariat while rebounding off the ropes.  Hobbs stomped away at Starks in the corner.  The crowd went back and forth with chants.  Starks fired back but was again taken down. Hobbs went after the neck and then sent him hard shoulder-first in the ring post.

On the floor, Hobbs sent him hard into the barricade.  He brought Starks back into the ring and pummeled him across the top rope.  Hobbs twisted his neck on the mat, trying to wear him down and force a submission.  Starks fought his way back but was caught with a spinebuster and pinned.

Winner: Powerhouse Hobbs

– Tony Schiavone went to the back and Jim Ross joined the announcing team.

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

Bowens and Strickland started and went back and forth.  Caster and Lee tagged in.  Caster evades his power moves early.  The crowd loved Caster.  Caster put the brakes on when he knew he was about to get shoulderblocked into oblivion.   He was tossed into the corner but kicked off a Lee charge.    The Acclaimed nailed dropkicks to knock Lee and Strickland to the floor and scissored each other to a big pop. 

Back in the ring, Caster offered Lee a shandshake but was beaten with body shots.  The crowd booed Lee.  Lee controlled him and covered Caster for a two count.  Strickland tagged in and came off the ropes with an uppercut to the back for a two count.  The champs controlled and worked over Caster for some time.  

Bowens finally gets the hot tag and nails some clotheslines and a neckbreaker on Strickland.  The crowd loved all over this.  He nailed a brainbuster for a two count.  Bowens went to come off the ropes but his knee buckled.  Given his history, that’s scary.  Strickland attacked him but was caught with a kneelift.  Bowens was checked by Billy Gunn and the referee.  He got to his feet and went to kick at Strickland, who flipped him over the top to the floor.

Strickland attacked him on the floor.  Billy Gunn got in his face but the referee backed Gunn up.  Bowens was stomped and kicked on the floor.  He was tossed back into the ring, where Strickland continued to attack the knee.  So, the injury was part of the story.  Lee tagged in and manhandled Bowens.  He nailed him with an Avalanche in the corner and then hit a massive Beel toss out of the corner.  

Bowens pulled himself up and psyched himself up and went at Lee.  He kicked Lee away and nailed a neckbreaker off the ropes.    He made the hot tag to Caster, who nailed a scary backdrop on Swerve and attacked Lee.  He nailed a pescado on Swerve and a big bodypress on Lee for a two count.    Lee accidentally took his own partner out with a Pounce.  Acclaimed double-teamed Lee with a knee strike for a close two count.  The crowd chanted for AEW.

Bowens worked over Lee until his knee gave out again, allowing Lee to wipe him out.   The Acclaimed caught Lee on the top and worked him over, trying to go for a double superplex but as they hit the move, Shane tagged himself in.  Shane nailed the stomp on Bowens from the top but Bowens kicked up at the last second.  Strickland locked in a one-legged crab on Bowens while stomping on his head but Caster came off the top with a big missile dropkick. 

Caster and Strickland battled.  Swerve was nailed by Bowens while going for a springboard move.  The Acclaimed wiped him out on the floor with a flying Caster elbow off the ropes, driving him to the floor.  Lee had words with Gunn.  That allowed Caster to nail him and hit a DVDR, which got a massive pop.  The Acclaimed drilled Strickland with their finisher but Lee made the save.  They got me with that one, as I thought it was the finish.

Strickland nailed Caster with a DVDR on the apron.  Bowens and Strickland battled.  Bowens nailed a backbreaker.  Lee tagged himself.  Strickland accidentally nailed his own partner with a superkick.  Bowens rolled him up for aother two count.  The champs finally nailed a powerbomb/stomp combo that looked awesome and scored the pin on Bowens!

Winners: Keith Lee & Shane Strickland

Interim AEW Women’s Championship Match
Toni Storm vs Hikaru Shida vs Britt Baker vs Jamie Hayter

Lots of near falls early.  Britt went for the Lockjaw but Shida slipped through and went for a kick but Britt ducked.  Shida nailed a backbreaker but Hayter attacked her from behind.  Hayter nailed a double suplex on Storm and Shida.  She nailed them with a double lariat.  Storm avoided a charge and Hayter went to the floor.  Storm hit a big tope suicida.  

Hayter carried and dumped Shida to the top of the entrance ramp, where Britt stomped her into the stage.  The AEW medical team checked on her.  This left Storm worked over by Hayter and Britt as Shida was removed and taken to the back.  Storm fought back against the disadvantage but was overwhelmed.  Shida returned and began caning everyone.  She whipped Britt into Hayter in the corner and rained down with punches.

Everyone battled.  Hayter nailed a backbreaker on Storm.  Everyone battled and broke up pinfall attempts.  They were all out fighting to their feet and met each other with forearms and strikes.  Hayter and Shida took out the opposition and began battling the other.  Shida nailed a Falcon Arrow on Hayter but Storm grabbed Shida and nailed a German suplex. Hayter tombstoned Storm but Shida nailed a Meteroa.  Britt superkicked Shida.  Britt stomped Shida and scored a close two count.  Baker pulled out her glove for the Lockjaw but Storm dumped her from the ring.  Hayter nailed Storm and hit a Ripcord Lariat on Shida…but Baker pulled the referee out of the ring.

Hayter, as you might imagine, not thrilled about this.  Storm nailed Hayter but Britt nailed her and covered Hayter, who got her shoulder up at the last second.  Storm caught Britt and Hayter with DDTs, then covered Hayter for the pin.

Winner and AEW Interim Women’s Champion: Toni Storm

Jungle Boy vs. Christian Cage

Cage told JB’s mother, sitting in the first row, to call him and she slapped him.

Jungle Boy was introduced as Jack Perry.  He came out alone and Luchasaurus, who came out of the heel tunnel, grabbed him and chokeslammed him on the metal next to the entrance stage.  This made absolutely no sense given the storyline. He carried JB to the ring and powerbombed him through a table in front of his mother. Cage laughed.

JB still demanded to fight but he was speared and kicked out.  He was hit with the Tomakaze and, just like that, pinned.

Winner: Christian Cage

– They announced Death Triangle vs. Best Friends & Orange Cassidy for Wednesday in Buffalo for Dynamite.

Bryan Danielson vs. Chris Jericho

Jericho came out as Lionheart Chris Jericho with his old tights and ECW theme.  Jericho vs. Sabu headlined the first ECW show Tony Khan ever saw live, by the way.

Danielson was sang to the ring by a singer who was a friend of his, Elliot Taylor.  Pretty sports-entertainment for a guy who’s FIGHTING THE SPORTS ENTERTAINMENT GUY!

They lock up and it was some good back and forth wrestling early on.  Danielson took Jericho down and…let him up?  Even Taz rightfully said Danielson shouldn’t have done that.  Danielson got control and worked over Jericho until being crotched on the top rope.    Jericho worked him over with punches but Danielson heldbutt him off the top to the ring.  Bryan came off the top with a flying headbutt but Jericho rolled out of the way.  He nailed a Quebrada but Danielson pulled his knees up and went right to The Lebell Lock.

Bryan went for a tombstone but it was reversed.  Jericho nailed the Quebrada and scored a two count.  Jericho charged and punted him.  He went for the Judas Effect but Bryan drilled him with a series of kicks.   Bryan said he was going to “kick his f***ing head in” and did just that to Jericho, then locked in the Lebell Lock again.  Jericho fought to the ropes but Bryan moved him back to center ring and locked it on again.  Jericho nailed him and locked in the Walls of Jericho.  They battled back and forth until Jericho drove him with a leaping knee strike for a two count.

Jericho couldn’t get the pin and kept telling at Danielson to stay down.  Danielson came back with the leaping knee for a two count.  Danielson locked in Cattle Mutiliation.  Jericho ate a series of elbows and was locked in again.   Jericho made it to the ropes.  Bryan kept kicking him against the ropes.  Referee told him to stop.  He has until five.  He kept attacking.  Crowd didn’t like her stopping him.  Jericho rolled him up for a two count.  Bryan drilled him with elbow after elbow.  Jericho caught him with a low blow, which the referee missed.  Jericho nailed the Judas Effect and scored the pin.

Winner: Chris Jericho

The JAS came out to celebrate.  Daniel Garcia was shown backstage shaking his head over the finish.

Sting, Darby Allin & Miro vs. The House of Black

Miro stomped the hell out of Black to start.  King stepped in.  He and Miro shoved each other.  Black nailed a series of kicks and booted him in the face.  Matthews tagged in but was caught and overhead suplexed.  Allin asked for a tag but Miro ignoed him.   Miro slammed Matthews down.  He looked to tag out and then waved off Sting and Darby.  Matthews nailed a jawbreaker and Darby tagged himself in.

Darby used a forward roll on Matthews for a two count.  Matthews caught him with a kick to the mid-section.  Darby went for a Code Red but Black killed him with a roundhouse kick to the head.  Malakai controlled Allin, working him over as Darby fought to maintain himself.  Allin was worked over and tossed into the guard rail, beaten down as the House of Black tagged in and out, controlling the flow of the match.

Darby battled back and tried to tag out but was stopped.  Matthews knocked Sting off the apron.  Julia Hart distracted the referee so he didn’t see Miro get the tag so he was forced back to the corner.  The House of Black continued to destroy Allin until Sting got the hot tag.  Sting took out King and locked eyes with Black.  He dared Black to tag in.  They faced off and battled inside the ring.  Sting got the better of it and locked on the Scorpion Deathlock. The other members of House of Black tried to nail Sting but it didn’t faze him.  Black turned it into a kneebar.  Black was busted open near his eye from a Sting punch.

Sting was triple-teamed and worked over.  He escaped and tagged in Darby.  He nailed a Scorpion Death Drop on King.  Allin nailed the Coffin Drop but Matthews broke it up.  Miro kicked King out of the ring and into the guard rail.  Miro charged but Matthews drilled him with a weapon to the mid-section, sending Miro stumbling into the ring steps.  Allin nailed a big dive to the floor on Matthews.

Black went for a spinkick on Sting but was MISTED.  I guess he learned that from The Great Muta.  Allin nailed him and scored the pin.

Winners: Sting, Darby Allin & Miro

– Tony Schiavone interviewed Daniel Garcia.  Jericho showed up and asked him why he didn’t come out to celebrate with them.  Garcia said he is the greatest ever but he let him down tonight.  Jericho said he let him down too.  He said Garcia won’t have the JAS support this Wednesday, so if he’s going to win, he’s going to do it without Chris Jericho.

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

Punk offered his foot to Mox at the bell.

They battled and chopped each other until the referee separated them.  Punk nailed a roundhouse kick, several running knee strikes and a ton of elbows.  He nailed the GTS and almost scored the three.  Given how quick the last match ended, the crowd thought that was it.  Moxley rolled out and Punk smiled.  Chicago erupted with Punk chants.

Punk hit a dive, sending Mox into the crowd.  They brawled through the NOW Arena.  They battled halfway up and back into ringside.  Punk sent Moxley into the steps.  Moxley came back to shove him into the ring post, busting open Punk.  Moxley went right after the cut with elbows.  The crowd went back and forth with chants.  Punk pulled himself up and Mox told him, “This is for you” and kicked him in the face.

Punk slowly made his way back to the ring.  Moxley chants started, booed by the remainder of Chicago.  Punk tried to fight from underneath.   Moxley kept working him over with chops.  Punk came back with the running knee strike.  He went for the bulldog but was tripped and Moxley attacked his bad foot.  Punk tried to kick him off but was stomped low.   Moxley locked on a one-legged crab.  Moxley locked him in a STF while grinding into the cut.  Punk raked his face to force the break.  Punk charged but was caught in the corner.  Moxley dropkicked him in the knee, then followed up with a Dragon Screw Legwhip. 

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  • Eddie Kingston vs Tomohiro Ishii 
  • PAC (c) vs Kip Sabian – AEW All Atlantic Championship Match
  • HOOK (c) vs Angelo Parker – FTW Championship Match
  • Sammy Guevara & Tay Melo (c) vs. Ortiz & Ruby Soho – AAA World Mixed Tag Team Championship Match
  • The Elite (Kenny Omega, Matt Jackson & Nick Jackson) vs Dark Order – World Trios Championship Tournament Final for AEW World Trios Championship
  • Bryan Danielson vs Chris Jericho 
  • Toni Storm vs Hikaru Shida vs Britt Baker vs Jamie Hayter – Interim AEW Women’s Championship Match
  • Wardlow & FTR (Cash Wheeler & Dax Harwood) vs Jay Lethal & Motor City Machine Gun (Alex Shelley & Chris Sabin)
  • Wheeler Yuta vs Claudio Castagnoli vs Rush vs Andrade El Idolo vs Rey Fenix vs Penta Oscuro vs Dante Martin vs Joker? – Casino Ladder Match for AEW World Title Shot
  • Christian Cage vs Jungle Boy 
  • Swerve in Our Glory (Keith Lee & Shane Strickland)(c) vs The Acclaimed (Max Caster & Anthony Bowens) – AEW World Tag Team Championship Match
  • Powerhouse Hobbs vs Ricky Starks
  • Jade Cargill (c) vs Athena – AEW TBS Women’s Championship Match
  • House of Black (Malakai Black, Buddy Mathews & Brody King) vs Miro, Sting & Darby Allin 
  • Jon Moxley (c) vs CM Punk – AEW World Championship Match

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