All Elite Wrestling has officially announced that its pay-per-view "All Out" is set for Sears Centre outside of Chicago, Illinois on August 31, 2019. In its latest announcement, it has confirmed the match between Jon Moxley a.k.a Dean Ambrose and Kenny Omega. This was quite obvious since Jon Moxley attacked him when he debuted at AEW's previous pay-per-view "Double-or-Nothing" which happened on May 25, 2019.

Moxley interfered the match between Chris Jericho and Kenny Omega at "Double or Nothing" which was the main event of the night. Chris Jericho won the match by defeating Kenny Omega via pinfall and moments after the match got over, Moxley made his entry to the ring. Jericho was the first target of Moxley followed by his attack on Kenny Omega. Omega escaped from the ring but Moxley followed him and attacked Omega throughout the arena concluding the event.

Now since Chris Jericho will be busy competing for the first-ever All Elite Wrestling Championship against Hangman Page at "All Out", the vacant opponent for Jon Moxley will be none other than Kenny Omega. This match will definitely be a classic match to watch as both these superstars are two of the top wrestlers in AEW right now.

CM Punk might appear at AEW's All Out

Former WWE star CM Punk is rumored to appear at AEW's "All Out" pay-per-view which is set to take place in Punk's hometown.

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Recently in an interview with Comicbooks.com, AEW's Executive Vice President Cody Rhodes invited Punk to AEW as he said that the doors of AEW are always open for CM Punk. He also said that Punk is a great person and he had a good relationship with Punk in OVW. A few days back, WWE Hall of Famer, Sean Waltman aka X-PAC, also claimed that Punk is definitely going to join AEW. This is what he said, "Conrad, mark my words, CM Punk is gonna show up.

Before it's all said and done and I guaran-f***ing-tee it. Somewhere, maybe not right away, but when they get the TV going... come on! He ain't gonna sit on the f***ing sidelines."

AEW's President Tony Khan is a big fan of CM Punk and he feels that Punk is a big name in the industry. He was also his first choice to sign with AEW – even before he decided to sign Chris Jericho and The Young Bucks.

The WWE and ROH famed CM Punk returned wearing a mask in a wrestling event on April 20, 2019.

It was his mate Silas Young's Wisconsin-based "MKE Wrestling" promotion. It was a shock to many wrestling fans and they are speculating Punk's return to the square ring more than ever.

When CM Punk was in WWE

Towards the end of his stint in WWE, CM Punk spent the best time of his wrestling career from 2011 to 2014. He defeated John Cena at "Money in the Bank" in 2013 and carried the championship for 434 days.

CM Punk had his last match as a WWE wrestler at "Royal Rumble" in 2014 when he wrestled in the "Royal Rumble Match".

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