Miro Vs. Powerhouse Hobbs Announced For AEW All Out
Miro will take on Powerhouse Hobbs at All Out 2023
With all the hype around the upcoming AEW All In event from London, England in front of 80,000 people inside Wembley Stadium, it is easy to forget that AEW are running another PPV just one week later in the form of All Out.
On last night’s AEW Collision, a second match was added to the event, as a bout between Miro and Powerhouse Hobbs was made official. Hobs issued out a challenge to The Redeemer previously, with the goal of getting his career back on track and the “Book of Hobbs” leading him to Miro.
After Hobbs quickly won a squash match on Collision, he was addressed by Miro who discussed their similarities and differences, stating that he once believed in a book, but is now out on his own. The developments in this feud have only been going on a week or so, with Miro being the victim of an attack from QTV members last week.
The only other match currently announced for All Out is a TNT Championship match between Miro and Powerhouse Hobbs.