The fifth annual AEW All Out pay-per-view event is set to return to Chicago later this year, but this time the tradition of the event may be changed up.
Every year, except for the 2020 edition of the event, All Out has emanated from the NOW Arena in Hoffman Estates, Illinois, which has been a tradition since even before AEW, with All In selling out the arena.
However, per Fightful Select (subscription required), that streak could be set to come to an end this year, as there have been discussions within the company of the show taking place at the United Center in the heart of Chicago this year.
AEW has already sold out the United Center twice in it’s history, with CM Punk’s return at the First Dance taking place in the building, as well as last year’s Forbidden Door event.
AEW may still be set to run the NOW Arena however, as they have held Dynamite, Dark and Rampage tapings in the building in the past. No venue is official until AEW announces it.
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