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Bryan Danielson debuts in AEW following All Out main event

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Former WWE and ROH star Bryan Danielson made his long-awaited debut at the AEW All Out PPV event over the weekend.

Danielson appeared following the main event between IMPACT World Champion Christian Cage and AEW Champion Kenny Omega.

Omega took the win after hitting an avalanche One Winged Angel on the IMPACT Champion; with The Elite then appearing and taking out Christian Cage and other babyfaces.

The AEW Champion then cut a promo saying that the only people who could beat him were somewhere else, or already dead’¦which prompted Adam Cole to appear. Cole then superkicked Jungle Boy and aligned himself with The Elite.

AFTER that happened, Bryan Danielson appeared on the ramp and the crowd went nuclear before Danielson made his way to the ring and helped clear house.

It is more than likely that we will hear from Adam Cole and Bryan Danielson either on this week’s episode of AEW Dynamite or on Friday for AEW Rampage.

Bryan Danielson debuts in AEW

Here’s the current and updated card for this week’s episode of AEW Dynamite; which will be available on TNT Network in the United States and on FITE TV in Europe and the United Kingdom.

  • Venue ’“ Fifth Third Arena, Cincinnati, OH, US
  • Jon Moxley Homecoming ’“ The former AEW Champion makes his return home from Cinncinati following his All Out match against Satoshi Kojima to face Minoru Suzuki!
  • All Out Fallout ’“ Wednesday’s episode of AEW Dynamite will feature all of the fallout from the AEW All Out PPV event on Sunday, September 5th from Chicago, Illinois.
  • Malakai Black vs Dustin Rhodes ’“ After going through multiple members of the Nightmare Family, notably Cody Rhodes, Brock Anderson and Lee Johnson, Malakai Black gets a shot at Dustin Rhodes
  • Ruby Soho will make her AEW Dynamite debut!
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