AEW Announces All Out 2023 For Chicago

All Out returns to a familiar city

AEW has announced that the fifth annual All Out will take place in Chicago on Sunday night, September 3, as the culmination of several events that week in the "Windy City".

During Sunday night's Forbidden Door pay-per-view, AEW announced several days worth of events for Chicago. The August 30 Dynamite/Rampage taping will be held at Chicago's NOW Arena, while the Collision on Saturday, September 2, and the following day's All Out, will be held at the United Center.

This marks the fourth time that All Out takes place in Chicago. The 2019, 2021, and 2022 events were all held at the NOW Arena, while the 2020 card was relegated to Jacksonville's Daily's Place, due to the pandemic.

All Out takes place one week after All In, which is being held at Wembley Stadium in London.

Last year's All Out gained notoriety for the post-show brawl involving CM Punk, Kenny Omega, The Young Bucks, and backstage producer Ace Steel, which resulted in multiple suspensions.

The 2021 All Out holds the current promotional record for most pay-per-view buys, as 205,000 households witnessed Punk's in-ring return after more than seven and a half years.

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