AEW had a load of surprises for fans at All Out. The show wasn’t over until almost midnight, but the end of the event was worth waiting for.

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Adam Cole made his debut for AEW after the AEW World Title match. Just when fans thought that Cole aligning himself with The Elite was the end of the event, they heard familar music.

Bryan Danielson made his way to the ring and he took out the heels. The Elite ran off as the Chicago crowd chanted: “YES!” over and over again. It was quite a moment to cap off the All Out event as the company added two huge names to their men’s roster.


The company previously debuted Ruby Soho eariler in the night as she won the Women’s Casino Battle Royale match.

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