After more than 30 years in the ring

Vince McMahon’s loss is AEW’s gain, and Punk is set to headline an event that’s not exactly short of major storylines.

After more than 30 years in the ring, is this really it for Chris Jericho? Can The Young Bucks retain their title against those Lucha Bros? And of course, there’s also the not insignificant matters of the Women’s World Championship match between Dr. Britt Baker, D.M.D. and Kris Statlander, and the World Championship showdown between Kenny Omega and Christian Cage.

It’s a mouth-watering line-up, so read on for the full card and all you need to know to watch an AEW All Out 2021 live stream online from anywhere.

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How to watch AEW All Out: live stream in the US

AEW All Out 2021 is a PPV affair, and you can tune in on Bleacher Report’s B/R Live streaming service, which is home to every All Elite Wrestling pay-per-view event.

AEW All Out is priced at $49.99, and if you want to get your money’s worth, make sure you tune in to the pre-show from 7pm ET / 4pm PT, ahead of the main event at 8pm ET / 5pm PT.

You can stream B/R Live on a range of devices, including Android and iOS handsets, computers and laptops, and compatible Roku streamers, and you also get unlimited re-runs for 72 hours.

How to watch AEW All Out: live stream in the UK

Fans in the UK will be able to catch an AEW All Out live stream using Fite TV. At roughly £15 (the website actually prices it at $19.99), things are looking a far bit cheaper in the UK than the US.

You’ll be able to stream through Fite either within your browser or through the iOS and Android apps. Head here to sign up.

Prepare for a late night though, with the main action set to get underway at 1am BST on Sunday night/Monday morning (the pre-show starts at midnight).

If you nod off before then, you’ll be glad to hear there’s unlimited reruns available with this PPV purchase as well.

Not in the UK? You’ll need a VPN to watch this live stream as if you were back at home

How to watch an AEW All Out live stream in Canada

All Elite Wrestling fans based in Canada can also tune into AEW All Out on B/R Live, with the PPV event priced at US$49.99, which is around CA$63.

The pre-show gets underway at 7pm ET / 4pm PT, ahead of the 8pm ET / 5pm PT Sunday evening start.

You can stream B/R Live on a range of devices, including Android and iOS handsets, computers and laptops, and compatible Roku streamers, and you also get unlimited re-runs for 72 hours.

And if you’re abroad right now, don’t forget that you can still tune in just like you would at home with the help of a good VPN.

How to watch AEW All Out: live stream in Australia

The Fite TV streaming service is also showing AEW All Out as a pay-per-view event Down Under.

In order to tune in, you’ll need to set up a FITE TV account, with the PPV set to cost US$19.99, which is around AU$27.

The main event is set to start at 10am AEST on Monday morning, but the pre-show gets underway an hour earlier, at 9am. If that’s a little too early for your liking, Fite also includes unlimited reruns with the PPV purchase.

Out of Australia and need a stream of that PPV? Try a VPN to change your IP location so you can tune in as if you were at home.

CM Punk returns to the ring in front of a raucous Chicago crowd to battle Darby Allin at AEW All Out 2021!

What time is it? It’s clobbering time! In a moment most wrestling fans thought would never happen, legendary grappler CM Punk returns to the ring for the first time since his high-profile 2014 departure from the WWE to battle high-flying daredevil Darby Allin at All Out. Also on the card, Kenny Omega defends his AEW World Championship against Christian Cage, Dr. Britt Baker defends her AEW Women’s Title against Kris Statlander, Chris Jericho puts his AEW in-ring career on the line when he battles MJF, and The Young Bucks defend their tag titles against the Lucha Brothers in a steel cage.

There is a legitimate chance that Jericho wants to give the rub of “retiring” him to MJF, who is his heir apparent in every sense that possibly exists. Going 3-1 against Jericho but losing in the most important one-on-one match isn’t satisfying from a booking perspective; going 4-0 and retiring a legend would cement MJF as one of AEW’s true superstars and its second-biggest heel behind Kenny Omega.

Historical wrestling logic says Jericho wins, but the best story resides with the young king taking the throne. We’ll see if AEW/Jericho is ready to pull the trigger.

Will Any Belt Change Hands?

It doesn’t seem particularly likely looking at the card.

There’s no way Christian Cage is going to unseat Omega as AEW champion. We can write that one down in Sharpie. They’ve been building Cage a ton for this match in order to make it seem plausible we’ll see a title change, but the story here has always ended with Hangman Page being the one to take the belt from Omega.

Anything less would be insanely unsatisfying.

Baker-Statlander will be a great match, but Baker’s still too soon in her championship reign to drop the title. She’s by far the most over woman in that division and elevates everyone who gets in the ring with her; there are a lot more stories to tell for her with the belt around her waist.

Miro’s vignettes might be the best thing currently going in AEW; his reign of terror with the TNT championship should go a long, long time until they’re ready to put him in the AEW title picture. Kingston doesn’t need a championship to stay over with the crowd, even if it would be nice to see him get a run at some point.

The most likely title change is in the tag team division, which might give us the match of the night with Young Bucks vs. Lucha Bros. Putting the Lucha Bros. in a steel cage is a recipe for absolute insanity in the best possible way. There will be at least one spot in this match that makes you want to drop-kick your television in excitement.

The Bucks have come to life as smarmy heels, but they’ve held the gold since last November. Let’s put the belts on Lucha Bros. and see how many five-star matches they can put together in one reign.

AEW All Out 2021: Date, time, TV channel and live stream for CM Punk vs. Darby Allin

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