A year ago, the wrestling universe was rocked by “Brawl Out,” where CM Punk and The Elite took center stage. Punk’s anticipated return was meant to be a joyous occasion. Yet, by the close of All In 2023, the festive mood had shifted.
AEW’s All In at London’s Wembley Stadium on August 27 was monumental. Drawing a crowd of over 81,000 fans, it set a new benchmark for pro wrestling attendance. But the night took an unexpected twist with whispers of a skirmish between Punk and Jack Perry.
A week later, the spotlight was back on Chicago for AEW’s All Out. While some felt All Out was overshadowed by All In, it’s worth noting that All Out has always been a marquee event for AEW. With major titles not up for grabs, it’s a golden opportunity for rising stars to step into the limelight.
The wrestling fever in Chicago doesn’t end there. The city is buzzing with a week of AEW events that fans won’t want to miss. On August 30th, AEW Dynamite and Rampage are set to electrify the NOW Arena. The energy continues to ramp up with AEW Collision on September 2nd at the United Center, aptly titled “Saturday Night’s Alright for Fighting.” The crescendo reaches its peak on September 3rd with AEW’s All Out, broadcasted live on PPV from the United Center.
With fans flocking to the events, many are opting for stylish arrivals via black car services or party buses. The anticipation is palpable, and the wrestling community is on the edge of their seats. What will AEW unveil next?
In the dynamic realm of pro wrestling, two things stand out: the undying passion of its fans and the unwavering commitment of its athletes. With AEW at the helm, the horizon of pro wrestling is gleaming.