Undisputed AEW World Championship match cancelled from All Out PPV. AEW All Out 2022 is the upcoming AEW pay-per-view said to take place at Now Arena in Chicago, Illinois. Last year, It was AEW’s biggest pay-per-view reaching more than 200,000 buy rates. So AEW is looking to rewrite history and make this year’s All Out 2022 pay-per-view as big as last year’s AEW All Out pay-per-view. But there is a major problem.
Last week AEW held one of their biggest matches in AEW Dynamite history on the AEW Dynamite show. Where CM Punk faced Jon Moxley to crown the first ever undisputed AEW world champion. Surprisingly Jon Moxley squashred CM Punk and became undisputed World champion. That match was supposed to take place on the AEW All Out 2022 pay-per-view, But things changed.
Now it seems like AEW don’t have any backup plan for the Undisputed AEW World championship match at AEW’s upcoming pay-per-view All Out 2022. Because as we have seen last week, CM Punk might have been injured. So the raising question was who will be Jon Moxley for the Undisputed AEW World Championship at All Out 2022? And it seems like AEW just might cancel the world championship match off the pay-per-view.
Because as we see every company promotes their major shows by advertising the people who are going to be on the show. The same thing is applied over AEW that they will promote the show. By advertising the superstars who are going to be on the show. Surprisingly in their recent advertisement AEW has left two superstars out of the picture.
These two superstars are Undisputed AEW World Champion Jon Moxley and CM Punk, both superstars who were involved in the first Undisputed AEW Championship match. And now they are not even on the poster. Which might suggest that they aren’t going to be part of the show. In which case it seems like the Undisputed AEW World Championship match just has been cancelled from the AEW All Out 2022 pay-per-view.
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