WWE – AEW War Intensifies as Adam Cole and Daniel Bryan Make Shocking Debuts at All Out 2021

Published 09/06/2021, 1:04 AM EDT


OH MY GOD!!! It happened! AEW President Tony Khan was not kidding when he said that the AEW All Out PPV will be the biggest PPV in AEW’s history! It’s Adam Cole and Bryan Danielson this time.

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The crowd witnessed the debut of two ‘Elite’ superstars – Adam Cole and Bryan Danielson, fka Daniel Bryan from his time in WWE. Yes, you read it right!

Adam Cole joins The Elite

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The AEW Champion, Kenny Omega, defended his coveted title against Christian Cage in the main event on tonight’s All Out PPV. Omega delivered a devastating ‘One-winged Angel’ from the top rope to seal his victory.

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After the victory, The Young Bucks came out to celebrate Omega’s victory and quickly attacked Cage. However, the attack did not last long as Jurassic Express came to help Cage.

But then were quickly outnumbered by The Elite. Eventually, to everyone’s surprise, ADAM COLE came out and made his debut for AEW.

Cole was last seen at NXT TakeOver 36, where he lost a 2 out of 3 falls match against his former teammate Kyle O’Reilly. Cole entered the ring and had a brief stare-down with Omega.

However, he soon attacked the injured Christian Cage and his friends. Hence, siding with The Elite.

After the attack, Omega grabbed the microphone to bid the audience goodbye but suddenly, a familiar music hit and Bryan Danielson walked out!

The crowd was on their feet, witnessing the epic return of Bryan Danielson. The last time Bryan wrestled was against Roman Reigns on an episode of SmackDown months ago.

Bryan Danielson debuts on AEW All Out 2021

Seeing Bryan Danielson reaching the ring, The Elite cleared the ring and wanted no part of Bryan tonight.

For months and months, there was speculation that Bryan might or might not sign with AEW, but seeing him live on the PPV was such a rush of adrenaline for the crowd in attendance.

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Bryan got inside the ring and cut a brief promo for the audience. He said the reason for him returning to the ring was because he wanted ‘wrestle’.

He soon helped the injured superstars get back at their feet and all of them raised their hands while the crowd was going berserk.

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Prithvi Mishra

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Prithvi Mishra is a WWE and AEW author for EssentiallySports. Having started his career as a UFC writer, Prithvi has nearly 2 years worth of experience in covering combat sports. Eventually, Prithvi decided to write for his passion and first love- pro wrestling.

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