AEW’s next pay-per-view event will be All Out. The company will keep rolling until then as they have a month and a half to book the next big show at the Sears Centre. Although one top match hasn’t been confirmed just yet, it is extremely likely.
Cody Rhodes spoke about Shawn Spears when Tye Dillinger first left WWE. He promised to help Spears fill up his soul again and eventually that translated into Shawn signing with AEW. This was a great spot to be in and then he showed his gratitude to Cody Rhodes by whacking him in the head with a steel chair at Fyter Fest.
Dave Meltzer noted on Wrestling Observer Radio that Cody and Shawn Spears will be wrestling each other at All Out. Although it hasn’t been booked yet this is extremely likely to be Cody’s match as he seeks revenge against his old friend.
It will be interesting to see how they end up booking the show because All Out should only set up AEW’s television show which — as Chris Jericho confirmed during Fight For The Fallen — will debut in October.