At Double or Nothing on Saturday evening, AEW’s World Championship was unveiled by two-time WWE Hall of Famer Bret Hart. Also at the event, Hangman Page won the Casino Battle Royale to earn himself a future championship match with Chris Jericho, who defeated Kenny Omega in the event’s final bout.
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Many assumed that the championship match could take place at AEW’s next official event, Fight for the Fallen on July 13, with Chris Jericho recently revealing that he will be performing at the show.
However, speaking on Busted Open Radio, Jericho confirmed that he will actually be facing Hangman Page on August 31st at AEW’s All Out Pay-Per-View, the sequel to All In. The winner of the bout in at the Sears Center in Chicago will become the first ever AEW World Champion.
As of this moment, no other matches have been confirmed or rumoured for the big event.
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