AEW All Out 2020 Results: Live Updates, Recap, Ratings, Matches, Map, Start Time, PPV Highlights


A year after AEW All Out saw the first AEW World Champion crowned, pay-per-view returns under the unique circumstances of a global pandemic. Circumstances aside, it’s another strong card on paper and should deliver the mark that top wrestling fans expect from AEW.In the main event, Jon Moxley will put the AEW Championship on the line against MJF. The match has an additional twist with MJF successfully requesting that Moxley’s Paradigm Shift finisher be banned from use. Between Moxley’s finisher ban and Wardlow looming in the MJF corner, the challenger has stacked the game as much as possible ahead of the biggest game of his young career.

Add to that a huge title match, with Hikaru Shida defending the Women’s Championship, the very first Mimosa Mayhem game and more, and it should be another night to remember for AEW fans.

CBS Sports will be with you throughout Saturday, updating this story with live scores and highlights as well as detailed recaps from each game. AEW All Out begins at 8 p.m. ET, with the Buy-In pre-show kicking off an hour before. Full results and scores for each match can be found in the live updates below the map.

Card AEW All Out, correspond

  • AEW World Championship: Jon Moxley (c) vs. MJF
  • Chris Jericho contre Orange Cassidy (match Mimosa Mayhem)
  • AEW World Team Championship: Kenny Omega and “Hangman” Page vs. FTR

AEW All Out live scores, highlights


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