Results of AEW All Out 2022: Punk defeats Moxley and is followed by MJF

On Sunday, September 4, during All Out, the attendance at the Now Arena in Hoffman Estates, Illinois, was up and down the whole night. However, they were present for the main event, which saw Chicago’s own CM Punk challenge Jon Moxley for the AEW World championship.

In a unification battle on Dynamite a few weeks ago, Mox made quick work of Punk, and it appeared as though Punk may have repayed the favour on PPV. After landing the kick that knocked Hi Min to the ground during their previous encounter, he opened the fight with a pair of high knees and a Go 2 Sleep. However, Moxley was ejected.
The following match was even more intensely contested and occasionally resembled a no-disqualification contest. Mox and Punk fought among the spectators.
Punk had his surgically repaired foot treated by Mox, but the local lad was just as obstinate as he was hurt.
As Punk launched a comeback that resulted in an exchange of submissions and neither of them was able to win that way, the sellout audience became divided. As a result, we got a remarkable exchange. Punk kicked out as Mox attempted to punch Death Rider after slipping out of another G2S.

When Punk did successfully execute his finisher, Mox dropped onto his shoulders since both guys appeared exhausted.
Yes, as the majority of online users guessed, Maxwell Jacob Friedman was the devil who triumphed in the ladder match. He brought up the old ROH Punk advertisement that he had used in his own rivalry with Punk.

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