AEW All Out notes: Full Gear date, Britt Baker's 'Pittsburgh Sunrise', Miro, Jericho

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During the AEW All Out pay-per-view, it was announced that the Full Gear event is now taking place on November 13th. It was previously announced that the event was scheduled for November 6th.

In his first sanctioned match since 2014, CM Punk scored a win over Darby Allin. Post-match, Punk shook hands with both Allin and Sting.

Respect. @CMPunk x @Sting#AEWAllOut

— All Elite Wrestling (@AEW) September 6, 2021

Very emotional for both @CMPunk & @DarbyAllin.#AEWAllOut

— All Elite Wrestling (@AEW) September 6, 2021

Britt Baker defeated Kris Statlander to successfully retain the AEW Women’s World Championship. She used the ‘Panama Sunrise’ maneuver which is a signature move of Adam Cole’s, who debuted for All Elite Wrestling at the conclusion of All Out.

Kicking off All Out was the TNT Championship match between the champion Miro and Eddie Kingston. Miro was able to retain after several mishaps involving referee Bryce Remsburg. Remsburg was late to the cover after Kingston hit his spinning backfist and later, he was cornered by Miro while Miro hit a low blow on Kingston.

The stipulation going into the Chris Jericho versus MJF match was that if Jericho lost, he had to retire from in-ring competition in AEW. Initially, referee Aubrey Edwards counted Jericho down for a three count and did not notice his foot on the rope. The match was restarted and Jericho ended up tapping MJF out.

Scorpio Sky and Ethan Page are now aligned with American Top Team’s Dan Lambert. Sky and Page were featured on-screen with Junior dos Santos, Belal Muhammad and Andrei Arlovski.