CM Punk AEW All Out debut against Darby Allin in Pay Per View

CM Punk VS Darby Allin

CM Punk is ready for his wrestling debut in AEW after seven years. The professional wrestler will go face to face against Darby Allin.

The 2021 AEW All Out will have stack matches with the potential retirement of Chris Jericho. The PPV event is hosted at Now Arena (formerly Sears Center Arena) in Hoffman States, Illinois.

Here’s more to follow.

Where To Watch CM Punk Vs Darby Allin And AEW All Out Matches?

The huge PPV is a must-watch event for any wrestling fans out there.

CM Punk’s match against Darby will be on September 5, in the biggest AEW pay per view event, as confirmed by All Elite Wrestling’s Twitter.

The venue Now Arena has already been booked with no seats left. But fret not, as you can enjoy the thrilling AEW All Out matches from your home.

The pay-per-view event will air live on major cable TV in the United States and Canada at 8/7 (Central Time). It is also available to be purchased on Bleacher Report for $49.99.

Here are the other major matches you can watch on PPV 2021 AEW All Out.

  • Kenny Omega VS Kristian Kage
  • The Young Bucks VS Lucha Brothers
  • Dr. Britt Baker D.M.D. VS Kris Statlander
  • MJF VS Chris Jericho
  • Miro VS Eddie Kingston
  • Paul Wight (aka Big Show) VS OT Marshall
  • Jon Moxley (aka Dean Ambrose) VS Satoshi Kojima

Ahead of CM Punk’s AEW All Out debut, he appears on AEW Rampage on September 3.

In the surprising turn of events, the best in the world Punk was attacked by the tag-team duo of Daniel Garcia and 2.0 in AEW Dynamite on Wednesday. After being saved by Sting and Darby Allin, he finished Garcia with his stunning finisher, Go to Sleep.

Afterwards, there was some heated moment between Punk and Allin. Sting took the attention of both by saying that the duo will face each other on AEW All Out.

CM Punk AEW Contract Details

CM Punk, as he said, left professional wrestling on August 13, 2005. He was back to the pro-wrestling scene on August 20, 2021.

He made a sensational return in his hometown Chicago appearing at AEW Rampage. The crowds looked overwhelmed and cheered in his entrance theme Cult Of Personality by Living Colour.

Punk’s debut was planned for 18 months by AEW CEO Tony Khan, according to sportskeeda.com. He was not brought during Pandemic Era due to no audience attendance.

Tony Khan also assured that the contract with CM Punk was not a short-term or a part-time thing as he seeks the longest WWE reigning champion to stay at AEW full-time.

CM Punk is not only the wrestler who has joined the AEW roster from WWE. Some of the popular wrestlers like Big Show, Jon Moxley also left WWE for AEW.

You can find the details here: Ten Popular Wrestlers Who Left WWE To Join The Rival Wrestling Brand AEW.

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