During episode two of “The Road To All Out,” it was announced that Darby Allin, Joey Janela, and Jimmy Havoc will square off in a three-way match at AEW All Out.
Drive me fast and crash me crazy.
I'll rise from the wreckage as fresh as a daisy.@AEWrestling ALL OUT blood will spill flesh will be torn and I will walk out the winner.
— DARBY ALLIN (@DarbyAllin) July 23, 2019
Following their loss to Sammy Guevara, Maxwell Jacob Friedman, and Shawn Spears at Fight for the Fallen, it didn’t take long for the opposing team to implode. In the backstage area, Allin, Janela, and Havoc engaged in a heated brawl. Ultimately, AEW officials and personnel were able to separate the three risk-taking wrestlers, leading them in different directions.
Later in the episode, it was officially confirmed that Allin, Janela, and Havoc would face off at All Out, set to take place on August 31.
The confirmed card for All Out is as follows:
Darby Allin vs. Joey Janela vs. Jimmy Havoc
Cody vs. Shawn Spears (w/Tully Blanchard)
The Lucha Brothers (Pentagon Jr. and Rey Fenix) (c) vs. The Young Bucks (Matt Jackson and Nick Jackson) (Ladder Match for the AAA World Tag Team Championship)
Best Friends (Chuck Taylor and Trent Beretta) vs. The Dark Order (Evil Uno and Stu Grayson) (Winner Receives a First Round Bye in the AEW World Tag Team Championship Tournament)
Jon Moxley vs. Kenny Omega
Adam Page vs. Chris Jericho (AEW World Championship)
I’d apologise in advance for what’s going to happen to the Sears Centre on Aug 31st but I’ll be honest I don’t give a shit… https://t.co/aZ2AzL8RdH
— Jimmy Havoc ジミー大混乱 (@JimmyHavoc) July 23, 2019
Sutter’s Synopsis: With All Out a little more than a month away, this new addition adds an unpredictable wrinkle in arguably AEW’s biggest event to date.
When Allin, Janela, and Havoc lost their six-man tag team match at Fight for the Fallen, it was fair to expect that they wouldn’t remain civil for long. Their attitudes and in-ring styles complement one another on paper, but in practice, it’s an entirely different story. Simply put, it was only a matter of time until these three men found themselves at odds with one another. There is no hardcore or deathmatch-related stipulation set in place for their showdown at All Out, but don’t expect it to be entirely clean.
Between this three-way match and the ladder match pitting The Lucha Brothers against The Young Bucks, AEW All Out is going to have more than enough high-risk wrestling to satiate those with this preference.