AEW All Out 2021 live stream and how to watch online

All Out 2021 live stream: CM Punk
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Trying to figure out how to watch the AEW All Out live streams? We've got some great news for you. You'll be able to watch the event without that Bleacher Report app you may have heard about, thanks to some late-breaking changes. 

AEW All Out 2021 start time

The AEW All Out pre-show is about to start, kicking off at 7 p.m. ET / 4 p.m. PT / 12 a.m. BST today (Sunday, Sept. 5).
The main card is at 8 p.m. ET.
It's airing on Bleacher Report in the U.S. and Fite TV abroad.

So get ready folks, it's finally clobberin' time again.

Not only is CM Punk wrestling for the first time since 2014 (the UFC doesn't count), but rumor has it Bryan Danielson (fka Daniel Bryan) could make his AEW debut at this show. Not to mention that Adam Cole is supposedly a free agent now, baybay.

Let's break down the card as we know it. Kenny Omega and Christian Cage are fighting for the AEW Championship, in a match that ... well ... nobody thinks Omega can lose. Why? That belt is meant for Adam "Hangman" Page, who is out for personal reasons. Also, Cage just won the Impact world title, so he's had enough wins.

Then, we have a steel cage match for the AEW Tag Tam Championships, with The Young Bucks defending their titles against the Lucha Brothers of Fenix and Penta El Zero M. We're thinking Bucks retain because there's little story headed to this. Also, we're being selfish because one of the TG staff is attending AEW Grand Slam in Queens, NY, and he wants to see Santana and Ortiz win the tag belts there.

Up next you have that CM Punk vs Darby Allin match, which ... we wish we cared about the match as much as we cared about Punk. It's a shame, so many other opponents would have been more fun than Allin.

Ruby Soho (fka Ruby Riott, Heidi Lovelace) may debut on the main card now, as the Women’s Casino Battle Royale is off the pre-show and on the main show. Currently announced for it are a number of heavy-hitters including Jade Cargill, Thunder Rosa, Big Swole, Tay Conti and Hikaru Shida. It changed because, Pac vs Andrade El Ídolo (in a match with more muscles than we thought possible) is now off All Out, as Tony Khan said it's been moved to a future Rampage due to "travel issues."

Replacing that match on the pre-show we've got Orange Cassidy, Chuck Taylor, Wheeler Yuta and Jurassic Express vs The Hardy Family Office's Matt Hardy, Private Party and TH2.

Up next, you've got the AEW Women's Championship on the line as Dr. Britt Baker D.M.D. defends against the Galaxy's Greatest Alien Kris Statlander. Following that you've got MJF vs Chris Jericho (Jericho's in-ring career is on the line), Miro vs Eddie Kingston for the TNT Championship, Jon Moxley vs Satoshi Kojima and "Tall Paul" Paul White vs QT Marshall in a match nobody asked for.

Here's everything you need to know to get an 2021 AEW All Out live stream:

How to watch AEW All Out live streams from anywhere on Earth

If you've had to leave your own "bubble" -- or you've been hit by a dreaded local blackout -- and you can't watch AEW All Out live streams with the app you want to, you're not out of luck. With a virtual private network, or VPN, you can appear to be surfing the web from your home town, and access the same streaming services you already paid for.

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How to watch AEW All Out live streams in the U.S.

The thing about non-WWE PPVs is that they always cost more. AEW All Out 2021 is no exception, going for $50. You can order an AEW All Out 2021 live stream from the Bleacher Report app or the FITE TV app.

The late-breaking addition of the Fite app — we just learned on Friday, Sept. 3 — is a huge deal because Bleacher Report's app is not on enough platforms yet. It seems a mass online shaming of that issue may have forced AEW's hand.

The Bleacher Report app has apps on Roku and mobile devices, and can be watched on the web. Bleacher Report's Fire TV app is there, but you need to (BR's own words here) "uninstall and reinstall the current build on your TV that is showing as B/R Live." There is still Apple tvOS app yet. 

Fite's got apps on practically all devices, including streaming sticks and boxes, consoles, phones, tablets and more.

AEW All Out live streams in the UK, Canada and beyond

International fans have a different solution.

Specifically, Fite TV is selling All Out 2021 live streams, at varying rates based on conversion.

2021 AEW All Out match card

Predictions in bold

  • Kenny Omega (c) vs. Christian Cage for the AEW World Championship
  • Britt Baker (c) vs. Kris Statlander for the AEW Women's Championship
  • The Young Bucks (c) vs. Lucha Bros in a steel cage for the AEW Tag Team Championships
  • Miro (c) vs. Eddie Kingston for the AEW TNT Championship
  • CM Punk vs. Darby Allin
  • Chris Jericho vs. MJF — Jericho's in-ring career on the line
  • Paul Wight vs. QT Marshall
  • Jon Moxley vs. Satoshi Kojima
  • Women's Casino Battle Royale (prediction: Ruby Soho)
  • Pre-show: Orange Cassidy, Chuck Taylor, Wheeler Yuta and Jurassic Express vs. Matt Hardy, Private Party and TH2

Henry T. Casey
Managing Editor (Entertainment, Streaming)

Henry is a managing editor at Tom’s Guide covering streaming media, laptops and all things Apple, reviewing devices and services for the past seven years. Prior to joining Tom's Guide, he reviewed software and hardware for TechRadar Pro, and interviewed artists for Patek Philippe International Magazine. He's also covered the wild world of professional wrestling for Cageside Seats, interviewing athletes and other industry veterans.