AEW All Out 2020: matches, predictions, rumors, date & start time

The next big event from AEW is just around the corner. AEW All Out will take place next month and there is set to be some huge matchups as part of the bill.

Date & Start Time

The event will take place on September 5 2020, with a start time to be announced in the near future. This PPV event will take place at Daily’s Place, Jacksonville, Florida and it is the second All Out event in what will become an annual show by the AEW.

Main Event – Jon Moxley vs MJF

Moxley is the champion and MJF finally gets his well-deserved title shot at All Out. MJF has been excellent, putting together a series of wins to work his way into the AEW World Championship match. There has been a great story building between these two, something that fans have been enjoying for weeks and finally we get to see what we have all been waiting for.

Moxley has defended his title on numerous occasions, and looked in doubt of retaining it during some of those, however the champions has dug deep and held on. This is the biggest fight of the night and it will be interesting if there are any betting promos available for the fight that punters can use in what looks like being a coin flip.

Moxley has the advantage when it comes to submission moves and fighting in the ground while MJF is inventive and does what it takes to get the upper hand, legally or otherwise. MJF may be a champion over the next few years, but Moxley doesn’t look like he’s ready to give things up just yet.

Prediction: Moxley to retain his AEW World Championship title

Chris Jericho vs Orange Cassidy (Mimosa Mayhem Match)

These two have battled it out twice before, winning one bout each so it is fitting that they come here at such a huge event to see who takes the deciding fight. The rules for this match state you can win via a pin fall, by submission or by throwing your opponent into a tank of mimosa. This is a great way to battle it out with a unique element and you can expect both fighters to put it all on the line here.

Cassidy is seemingly on the edge of something special in the AEW and a win here would propel him further forward. Chris Jericho has fought many people over the years who have gone onto bigger and better things, don’t be surprised to see Cassidy do exactly that.

The twist of the tank of Mimosa is sure to be used, don’t be at all surprised to see Cassidy dunk Jericho and win what looks set to be the best match up between these two we have seen yet. These two have been building up to something very special, on September 5 we are set to witness a great bout.

Prediction: Cassidy to dunk Jericho for the win

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