It was pandemonium as AEW Collision went off the air as feuds ahead of AEW All In boiled over.
With several of the Collision matches on the AEW All In card represented, there was a melee at ringside as all hell broke loose.
While the official match at hand in the main event saw the four-man team of CM Punk, HOOK, Darby Allin and Sting taking on Swerve Strickland, Brian Cage, Luchasaurus and Jay White, it was a post-match brawl that took the show off the air.
The main event match officially ended when Brian Cage tapped out to the Coquina Clutch from CM Punk, and when the bell rang, Samoa Joe, whose finisher is the Coquina Clutch, was free to strike.
With Samoa Joe attacking CM Punk, there was also a run-out from Jack Perry to attack HOOK ahead of their match on the All In pre-show.
Elsewhere, Darby Allin, Sting and Swerve Strickland brawled at ringside with Brian Cage getting a whooping by proxy on behalf of the other half of Strickland’s All In team, Christian Cage.
The brawling continued until the show went off the air with Joe having snatched Punk’s ‘Real World Championship’ before tossing it back with CM Punk down at ringside.
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They just sent Hook!
— All Elite Wrestling (@AEW) August 27, 2023
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