AEW Double Or Nothing concluded with Jon Moxley invading while Chris Jericho cut an improvised promo in the ring. Then Mox took out Jericho and the referee before turning his attention to Kenny Omega.
The Death Rider beat The Cleaner around the MGM Grand Garden Arena and then they ascended to the top of the poker chips arranged on the Double Or Nothing set before Mox nailed Kenny with a double underhook DDT which needs a new name other than calling it “Dirty Deeds.”
It looked like they set up something very special with that altercation and many fans were assuming that Moxley and Omega will meet eventually. Now their match is official as it will go down on August 31st at All Out.
This announcement comes just one day prior to tickets going on sale. This will undoubtedly drive up the demand for tickets in a big way.
So far the card for AEW All Out is:
All Elite World Title Match
Chris Jericho vs Adam “Hangman” Page
Kenny Omega vs Jon Moxley