AEW All Out saw two big debuts in a row. Adam Cole shocked the Chicago crowd with his debut and that was followed by Bryan Danielson. A company has never debuted two huge names back-to-back like that, and it was certainly an interesting suggestion when the idea was pitched.

While talking to Brandon Walker on Rasslin, Bryan Danielson opened up about the back-to-back debuts that AEW pulled off at All Out, He had some questions about it at first, but then Tony Khan was able to explain everything to him and it all worked out.

“I think it was pretty cool. Tony Khan mentioned it to me and I thought like, ‘Are you sure you don’t want to space it out?’ He explained his reasons for doing it and I thought, ‘I’ve never seen anything done like that before.’

“I wasn’t able to watch all of it that night because I was hidden in the trailer, the feed wasn’t very good, people were coming in and saying ‘hi.’ I watched it back either Monday or Tuesday, and I texted Tony and said, ‘That is the most incredible pay-per-view I’ve ever seen.’ I’ve been watching wrestling for a long time and the reason why is, it was an incredible event in itself, if you just saw it as it was, ‘Woah, what an incredible event,’ but it also made you look forward to the future so much. I texted [Tony] and said, ‘that was just such a well put together pay-per-view. I’ve never seen anything like it.'”


Bryan Danielson is just getting started in AEW and he already put on an epic match against Kenny Omega. Perhaps Bryan Danielson and Adam Cole will meet again in the ring. The last time the two had a match, Cole only had 30 minutes to prepare before he needed to be on the plane and on his way to SmackDown.

Thanks to Fightful for the quote

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