Jon Moxley retained the AEW heavyweight championship over MJF in a main event brawl at last weekend’s All Out pay per view that also featured FTR (formerly the Revival in WWE) dethroning Adam Page and Kenny Omega for the tag team titles. Orange Cassidy went over Chris Jericho in a Mimosa Mayhem match with Jericho taking the plunge into the vat filled with orange juice and bubbly. Lance Archer captured the No. 1 contender spot with a victory in the 21-man Casino Battle Royal that also featured the debut of Matt Sydal (formerly Evan Bourne in WWE), who came perilously close to pulling a Shockmaster-level caper as he slipped on the ropes and crashed to the mat while trying to execute his spectacular shooting star press in the first moments of his AEW debut.
The Young Bucks upended the Jurassic Express in a very good effort by both teams and a multi-person contest saw Dustin Rhodes, Scorpio Sky, Matt Cardona and QT Marshall defeat Mr. Brodie Lee, Colt Cabana, Evil Uno and Stu Grayson. In the most scary and controversial bout of the evening, Matt Hardy came out on top over Sammy Guevara via count out after surviving a spearing off a scissor lift through a double table set-up that saw Hardy appear to be unconscious for about 30 seconds after striking his head on the concrete. Many people felt the match should have been stopped and ref Aubrey Edwards did give the dreaded X-sign to indicate a serious injury that brought the doctor out to examine Hardy and put him through a concussion protocol that Matt was said to have passed. He reportedly did go to the hospital after finishing the bout shortly after the doctor allowed it to continue.