Adam Cole


Austin Jenkins (born July 5, 1989), is an American professional wrestler signed to AEW, where he performs under the ring name Adam Cole. He is known for his work in Ring of Honor (ROH)and WWE. When he performed for ROH, he became a three-time ROH World Champion, and was the first wrestler to achieve this feat. In addition, he is a one-time ROH World Television Champion. He is also known for his time in New Japan Pro Wrestling (NJPW).» Continue Reading

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AEW Championship
Christian Cage vs. Kenny Omega (C)

After a quick backstage promo from Jon Moxley promoting his match against Minoru Suzuki on the post-All Out edition of Dynamite on TNT next Wednesday night, as well as an additional promo segment from Malakai Black to hype his bout against Dustin Rhodes on the same show, we head to the pre-match video package for our AEW All Out pay-per-view main event of the evening.

From there, we shoot back inside the NOW Arena where the familiar sounds of Christian Cage’s theme hits and the IMPACT Champion makes his way down to the ring for our final match of the night here at what has been an excellent PPV show in Hoffman Estates, Illinois.

Cage settles into the ring and his music fades down. The theme for Kenny Omega plays and the leader of The Elite and the AEW Champion makes his way out accompanied by Don Callis. The champ settles into the ring and “The Dapper Yapper” Justin Roberts handles the formal pre-match ring introductions for this, our main event of the evening.

The bell sounds and we’re off-and-running with this highly-anticipated AEW Championship contest. Almost immediately things get violent in this one, as we get a crazy high spot straight out of the gate and then the action spills out to the floor. Cage hits a high spot on the floor on Omega that the commentators applaud on the broadcast.

Omega ends up taking over and he begins beating Cage down on the floor. He reaches under the ring and with the help of Don Callis, who is at ringside instead of special guest commentary for this match, pulls out a table. Omega lays the folded up table over Cage’s lifeless body on the floor and jumps off the ring apron, crashing on top of Cage and breaking the table on him.

Now we watch as Omega and Callis pull another table out from under the ring. This time they unfold and set up the table. Omega goes over to Cage but now we see that he has recovered. Christian Cage starts taking it to the champ, lighting Omega up with chops after bringing the action back into the ring. Cage goes for a cloverleaf submission but Omega rakes his eyes off his back and takes over. He connects on Christian with a modified sling blade and now he is back in full control of the action, taking it to Christian on the mat as the fans try and rally behind the babyface challenger.

We see Omega dump Cage out to the floor. He heads out after him and goes to leap in a single bounce onto the steel barricade, but completely slips and lands hard on his ass on the top of the steel barricade. He holds up one finger and tries controlling the crowd, which feels kind of dead ever since the Punk match wrapped up. He goes for it again and this time connects with a leaping moonsault onto Cage off the barricade. He brings Christian into the ring and goes back to work on him.

After a couple more minutes of Omega controlling the offense, we see him hoist Cage up over his shoulder. He charges across the ring but Cage escapes and brings Omega down with momentum. He backs up and waits for Omega to get up but ends up running into a waiting knee strike from the crafty champion. Omega brings Cage up and looks for a power bomb of some sort, but Cage counters out of it. Cage hits a big swinging tornado DDT off the top rope on Omega for a near fall.

Kenny charges at Christian and connects with a V-Trigger. He hits a snap-dragon on Cage as the commentators bring up Christian’s past neck issues. Omega hoists Cage up and connects with another snap-dragon. Omega loads the chamber and points at Cage, calling for the finish. Cage, from his knees, flips Omega off. Omega blasts Cage with another snap-dragon and then follows up with another V-Trigger.

Cage and Omega wrestle on the apron outside the ropes on the side of the ring where the table is set up on the floor down below. Omega nearly suplexes Cage through it but Cage avoids it. Cage goes for the Killswitch on Omega through it but Omega avoids it. Omega goes for the One-Winged Angel on Cage through it but Cage avoids it and finally Cage runs the apron and spears Omega off, with both going down to the floor and Omega’s back crashing through the table with Cage’s weight smashing down on top of him.

Callis takes his sport coat off and fans Omega’s lifeless body with it. It takes a while but eventually Cage and Omega slowly struggle and make their way back into the ring. When they do, Cage sprints at Omega with back-to-back spears for a close near fall. He climbs to the top-rope and flies off with a frog splash attempt, but lands on the knees of Omega, who had him well-scouted. Omega looks for the Dr. Wiley bomb but his back goes out when he attempts to hoist Cage up.

The two exchange strikes and then Omega blasts Cage with a rip-cord V-Trigger. He hoists him up for a Tiger Driver follow-up, but Cage avoids it and counters. He looks for the cloverleaf submission again. Omega fights it as Cage tries to turn it over. Cage does turn it over and immediately we see Callis calling for help from the break. Gallows runs down to the ring and Cage lets go. Omega charges for a V-Trigger but Cage moves and Omega takes Gallows out. Cage then hits Omega with the Killswitch. He covers him but Omega kicks out at two-and-a-half.

Fans start to stomp and clap as both guys are showing signs of fatigue. Cage picks Omega up and sits him on the top-rope. Before he can do anything, Callis hits the ring. Cage notices him and scares him out of the ring. He goes back after Omega, climbing up to the top-rope along with him. He’s looking to connect with a Killswitch off the top. Omega rakes the eyes to avoid it. Omega hoists Cage up over his head while sitting on the top-rope and he leaps off and connects with a super One-Winged Angel for the pin fall victory to retain his AEW Championship.

Winner and STILL AEW Champion: Kenny Omega

Adam Cole Arrives, Joins The Elite; Daniel Bryan Also Arrives!

Once the pin fall is counted, Omega’s theme hits. The commentators run us through some of the highlights of the match. The Elite heads down to the ring to join Omega in celebrating. The Good Brothers and The Young Bucks join in along with Kenny Omega in beating down Christian Cage some more.

We see Jurassic Express run down and hit the ring but The Elite beat down Luchasaurus, Jungle Boy and Marko Stunt as well. The fans start doing loud “Yes!” chants. Omega gets on the mic and asks if people are starting to catch on. He mocks “The Best in the World” name and their love for CM Punk.

Omega continues to gloat, talking about being the best wrestler on the planet and notes that there is no one who has a chance to beat him. As he continues to talk, the lights in the venue go out. When they come back on, music plays and the name Adam Cole appears in giant letters across the big screens.

The fans inside the NOW Arena go absolutely bonkers as Mr. Britt Baker heads down to the ring with an “All Elite Bay-Bay” shirt on and a leather jacket. The Elite looks stunned. Cole hits the ring and leads the crowd in a loud “Adam Cole BayBay!” chant. Omega takes a step closer to him and he and Cole pretend they’re gonna go at it.

Instead, Cole super kicks Christian back down and smiles. Cole and Omega hug. Cole hugs The Young Bucks and The Good Brothers as well. Omega gets back on the mic and has some fun with the crowd, mocking them for thinking Cole would be against The Elite. Cole gets on the mic now and talks about The Elite being the most dominant faction in the history of wrestling.

Cole says he doesn’t see how in hell anyone can stop them. Omega says there’s really nothing left for him to do. He taunts the crowd a bit as he says goodbye. Before he can leave, however, Bryan Danielson makes his way out to theme music that starts off similar to his old WWE theme.

Danielson makes his way down to the ring as the fans inside NOW Arena go completely out of their minds with a loud reaction. Bryan hits the ring and joins the side that features Christian Cage and Jurassic Express. The four of them stand down The Elite and after a brief pause, all of the guys collide and start going at it. Bryan lights up Jackson in the corner with kicks as the fans do the “Yes!” chant loudly. Bryan hits a running knee to take a couple of The Elite members out as the fans continue to roar.

The Elite with their new member, Adam Cole, exit the ring and head to the back pissed off as Bryan Danielson, along with Christian Cage and Jurassic Express, celebrate and play to the crowd from inside the ring as the commentators take the AEW All Out 2021 pay-per-view off the air on that note. What an incredible show. Thanks for joining us!

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 Date: September 10th 2021
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