Wreslte Review: Going All Out Submitted by Andy Sullivan on 08/31/2019 at 01:51 AM
In her first ight on Impact Wrestling, Tenille Dashwood did more than WWE let her do in her entire career there. She certainly looked more poised. And it looks like she's right in the Knockouts Championship hunt. Her debut, to me, was the most interesting thing to happen on Impact Wrestling this week. Sami wants his earned title match. Don't you think that'll happen at Bound For Glory in October? I do.
Dolph Ziggler and Bobby Roode vs Braun Stroman and Seth Rollins for the Raw tag titles at Clash of Champions. Did anyone ever think these two teams would actually be teams? I didn't. I'm glad Dolph and Bobby are getting a push, even if it is as a wildcard team. Now for some AEW talk.
First up Saturday is the buy-in battle royal with the winner becoming #1 contender for the women's title. Brandi Rhodes is winning, isn't she? SCU wins, Riho wins, Darby Allin, Dark Order gets the tag tournament bye with a win over Best Friends, Shawn Spears will beat Cody, thanks to Tully Blanchard. I expect this fued to continue for awhile. For that to happen, Spears needs to win. Lucha Brothers defending the AAA tag titles against the Young Bucks in a ladder match should be a good one. You can never predict what will happen in a ladder match. I will pick the Bucks, however.
Kenny Omega was supposed to face Jon Moxley. We know that story, though. Mox had to back out because he needed surgery. Therefore, Kenny Omega will be facing PAC I think Omega takes this one from 'Roid Pac.
Chris Jericho vs Adam "Hangman" Page headlines to determine the very first AEW World Champion. I just watched the TNT special to get you ready for the ppv and it really makes you believe this is do or die for Page. If they really want to be different from a big company like WWE, they'd have Page win the inaugural championship. Jericho is winning, though.
I wonder how many times, if any, Cody will trash WWE during the show Saturday, as he has a history of doing. I try to be one to reserve judgement, to be guy who watches a product before proclaiming an opinion. I don't want to go in with a preconceived notion. A friend of mine, however, has tremendous hype for this show. It's as if he already thinks AEW can do no wrong and he hasn't even seen one match. I just hope All Out isn't almost 5 hours long like Fyter Fest. That almost broke me.
I know there's several options for Saturday: NXT: Cardiff and All Out being two headliners. I'll probably catch NXT on demand sometime. Whatever you choose to watch, sit back and enjoy!