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3 Talking Points From AEW All Out Episode – 03rd September 2023

7 months ago By Sports Desk

On September 3, 2023, the wrestling world turned its attention to AEW’s All Out event, held just a week after another blockbuster pay-per-view. The show defied expectations, giving fans a variety of bouts that ranged from technical masterclasses to visceral, in-your-face brawls. Despite initial skepticism, particularly due to the controversial firing of CM Punk, the event proved to be an unprecedented success. Here are three major talking points that emerged from a night that’s already being called a candidate for pay-per-view of the year.

Firstly, the wrestling community couldn’t help but speculate on Wheeler Yuta’s body language during Jon Moxley’s post-match celebrations with the Blackpool Combat Club (BCC). While Moxley reveled in his newfound glory as the International Champion, and Orange Cassidy reveled in a Shibata-esque showing, Yuta seemed unusually pensive. The camera caught him looking back at the ring, where he’d been earlier pummeled, sparking speculation about his future. Could this be the start of a potential face turn for Yuta, or is he just lost in the aura of a significant win? It’s an unanswered question, but one that adds a layer of narrative complexity to the BCC’s storyline. Will Yuta find greener pastures in a reunion with Best Friends? Only time will tell.

The second point of discussion centers around Ricky Starks, whose rollercoaster career seems poised for a takeoff. Initially slated to have a breakout match with CM Punk, fate had other plans. Yet, when the bell rang and he faced Bryan Danielson, a legend from Ring of Honor, Starks proved that he was a star in the making. Despite a broken arm and just a day’s notice, the match was an instant classic that had fans and experts alike singing Starks’ praises. If Tony Khan plays his cards right, Starks could become one of AEW’s flagbearers, breaking free from a history of unfortunate setbacks. His performance showed that he’s more than ready for the big leagues; it’s up to AEW to give him that push he genuinely deserves.

Lastly, Tony Khan’s ability to deliver yet another electrifying pay-per-view event is under immense scrutiny. Detractors said he’d blown his load at All In, and there was no way he could outdo himself, especially in the shadow of CM Punk’s firing. But deliver he did. The show had everything, from the spectacle of an NBA Hall of Famer making an appearance to a surprise WWE crossover. Moreover, the quality of wrestling was simply off the charts.

Matches like Kenny Omega vs. Konosuke Takeshita and Danielson vs. Starks could easily be rated five stars, proving that the talent in AEW can rise to any occasion. Even the bout between Powerhouse Hobbs and Miro surprised in its intensity, echoing the sentiment that AEW is not short on stars or storytelling capabilities.

In summary, AEW’s All Out pay-per-view was more than just a wrestling show; it was a statement that the promotion isn’t just an alternative to WWE but a force in its own right. Between Yuta’s intriguing behavior, Ricky Starks’ overdue star-making performance, and Tony Khan’s unflinching resolve to give the fans what they want, the world of professional wrestling seems more exciting than ever. All Out was a triumph, not just for AEW but for wrestling as an art form, and it has set a new standard that other promotions will now have to strive to meet.

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