Preview: AEW 'All Out' live on ITV Box Office

ITV Box Office will air the AEW 'All Out' PPV on 31st August Credit: Credit: ITV

All Elite Wrestling's highly anticipated 'All Out' PPV will be broadcast live this Saturday night, August 31st, from midnight on the ITV Box Office channel.

The event takes place inside the sold-out Sears Centre Arena in Chicago, back where it all began for the members of The Elite when they sold-out the arena with their All In PPV exactly one year ago.

Starting the night's proceedings will be the free-to-air preshow 'The Buy In', available to watch from midnight on ITV4 before the PPV begins on ITV Box Office at 1am.

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With the AEW revolution set to continue this Saturday night, here's the full match card:

Women's Casino Battle Royale (The Buy In):

In this over-the-top-rope battle royal, four waves of five competitors will eventually enter the match in three-minute intervals, each determined by the suit they draw from a deck of playing cards.

The 21st entrant, "lucky number 21", will be the wrestler that drew the joker card prior to the match and will enter the competition last.

Amongst the confirmed entrants so far is British wrestler, Sadie Gibbs, who will be looking to make an impact on her AEW debut. Other participants include Brandi Rhodes, Allie, Yuka Sakazaki, Britt Baker, Nyla Rose, Jazz, and the daughter of the legendary 'Rowdy' Roddy Piper, Teal Piper.

The winner of this match will earn a shot at the AEW Women's World Championship.

Private Party vs Angelico & Jack Evans Credit: AEW

Private Party vs Angelico & Jack Evans (The Buy In):

Both teams will be looking to bounce back after they suffered defeat in separate three-way tag team matches in previous PPVs.

This tag team match will help guide fans towards the main show at 1am and will feature some exciting, high-flying action that will pique the interest of fans yet to "Buy In" to the full All Out PPV.

Riho vs Hikaru Shida Credit: AEW

Riho vs Hikaru Shida:

AEW has made a point of highlighting their impressive female talent and this match will no doubt show the world how diversely skilled their women's division will be.

Two of the best female wrestlers to come from Japan, Riho and Hikaru Shida, will be looking to show western fans exactly what the hard-hitting 'Joshi wrestling' style is all about.

Jungle Boy, Luchasaurus & Marko Stunt vs SoCal Uncensored:

This match has been teased over the last few weeks through the YouTube series Being The Elite.

The veteran SCU team of Scorpio Sky, Frankie Kazarian and Christopher Daniels will be keen to get back to winning ways after they suffered defeat to Lucha Bros at Fight For The Fallen.

The team of Jungle Boy, Luchasaurus and Marko Stunt will be no easy contest, however, despite the small stature of the two humanoids partnering a dinosaur.

Triple Threat match Credit: AEW

Joey Janela vs Jimmy Havoc vs Darby Allin:

Things turned sour very quickly between these three following their six-man tag team defeat to MJF, Sammy Guevara and Shawn Spears at Fight For The Fallen.

They immediately began pointing the finger at one another as to why they lost the match which has resulted in multiple backstage brawls.

At All Out, they will get the chance to settle their differences in the ring in what promises to be a hardcore affair between three of the most dangerous men on the AEW roster.

The Dark Order vs Best Friends Credit: AEW

The Dark Order vs Best Friends:

The sinister Dark Order duo of Evil Uno and Stu Grayson have had the AEW tag team division looking over their shoulders ever since their shocking arrival to AEW at Double Or Nothing in May.

Best Friends, Chuckie T and Trent Beretta, told AEW in their Road to All Out series that they aren't phased by these "spooky perverts" as they look to claim a first-round bye for the AEW World Tag Team Championship Tournament starting in September.

Cody Rhodes vs Shawn Spears w/ Tully Blanchard:

Ever since he was brutally attacked by Shawn Spears with a steel chair at Fyter Fest, Cody Rhodes has kept relatively quiet heading into this grudge match.

With both men having a point to prove, the build-up to this match has been intensified by the addition of legendary Horseman Tully Blanchard to Spears' corner, whilst Cody's wife Brandi took to Twitter to let her husband's former friend know exactly what she thinks of him.

Who will join Cody at ringside tomorrow night remains tight-lipped.

The Young Bucks vs Lucha Brothers Credit: AEW

The Young Bucks vs The Lucha Brothers (C) (ladder match for AAA World Tag Team Championship):

The long-term rivalry between arguably the two best tag teams in the world will reach dizzy new heights when they meet in a "Escalera de la Muerte" match.

The Lucha Bros issued the challenge of a ladder match to The Young Bucks after their win against SCU at Fight For The Fallen to which The Bucks were more than happy to accept.

With Matt and Nick Jackson also hinting at the addition of tables in this match for the AAA World Tag Team Championship, this one has all the potential to steal the show.

PAC vs Kenny Omega Credit: AEW

PAC vs Kenny Omega:

Originally scheduled to be an intense match between Jon Moxley and Kenny Omega, the former was forced to pull out of the match due to the recurrence of an injury he suffered to his elbow.

Instead, AEW officials have managed to bring back British wrestler PAC as a more than suitable replacement to take on the man many believe to be the best wrestler in the world.

Omega himself is on a path to redemption after getting off to a losing start in AEW and will be looking to climb back to the top when he clashes with PAC in Chicago.

Hangman Page vs Chris Jericho for the AEW World Championship Credit: AEW

'Hangman' Adam Page vs Chris Jericho (AEW World Championship match):

The main event of the evening will be the huge match to determine the first-ever All Elite Wrestling World Champion.

Hangman won the Casino Battle Royale to earn his place in this match whilst Jericho was able to see off Kenny Omega at Double Or Nothing.

The rivalry has been brewing ever since, with both men taking shots at each other at Fight For The Fallen, and going on to reveal how much it would mean to their careers to become the first AEW World Champion.

Get up to speed with all the matches happening at AEW's PPV tomorrow night with the special documentary 'The Countdown To All Out' which will be available to watch on the ITV Wrestling YouTube channel from Saturday morning.

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