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Ruby Soho, Adam Cole And Bryan Danielson Make Their AEW Debuts At All Out, Minoru Suzuki Confronts Jon Moxley

Last night’s AEW All Out PPV Event changed the face and the core of the entire professional wrestling business as we know it, with the show having top quality matches from the beginning of the PPV to the end, new AEW World Tag Team Champions being crowned, a top-notch Star from NJPW making his appearance and three world-class athletes making their debuts.

Immediately after the Jon Moxley vs. Satoshi Kojima Matchup, which Jon Moxley came out of victorious, NJPW Star Minoru Suzuki made his way out and confronted Jon Moxley in the middle of the ring. The two then faced off for a moment until Suzuki took his jacket off and traded blows with Moxley. Moxley and Suzuki then threw some big shots at each other and laughed at each other’s faces. Minoru Suzuki would then eventually put Moxley down with a rear naked choke and a gotch style piledriver to end the post-match segment.

Later in the night, a Women’s Casino Battle Royale would take place, where former WWE Star Ruby Riott (Ruby Soho) would make her debut when she entered the match last after she was revealed as the joker. Soho would then end up winning the match and earn a future shot at the AEW Women’s World Championship by lastly eliminating Thunder Rosa. Britt Baker retained her AEW Women’s World Title prior to the AEW Women’s Casino Battle Royale, which means that Ruby Soho will be challenging Britt Baker, but there’s no word yet on when the match will happen.

The All Out PPV Event would then end in a massive and monumental way when immediately after AEW World Champion Kenny Omega successfully retained his AEW World Title against Christian Cage, he would cut a promo about how nobody could defeat him and if there was anybody who could beat him, then that person was either dead, retired, or not in AEW. Adam Cole’s music hit and he made his way out to a huge pop. Cole then got in the ring to face-off with Omega and teased a potential showdown between the two, but Cole suddenly superkicked Jungle Boy, who made his way down to the ring to help IMPACT World Champion Christian after he was being beaten down.

Cole then hugged his friends and reunited with The Elite and said they are the most dominant group in the history of pro wrestling. Omega then went on to do his signature sign-off, but the music of Bryan Danielson hit and he made his way down to the ring. Bryan then entered the ring and sided with IMPACT World Champion Christian Cage and Jurassic Express to stand across The Elite and to face them. Bryan, Christian and Jurassic Express then quickly cleared the ring, then celebrated to end the show.

You can check out highlights from the segments and matches in the photos and the videos below:

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