AEW All Out Main Event Revealed, Chris Bey Calls David Finlay A Baby | Fight Size

Here is your fight size update for Sunday, September 5, 2021.

- Dave Meltzer is reporting that Kenny Omega vs Christian Cage for the AEW World Championship will close the show at All Out.

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- Ahead of their rematch on the upcoming episode of IMPACT Wrestling, Chris Bey shared a message for his opponent, David Finlay. Here is what he said:

"This is just humorous. David Finlay, you really are a baby. I don't mean a 'Beyby.' You are a baby. I beat you and what did you do? You cried, you went to the office, you begged for a rematch. Now you got a rematch against me. Good for you. Here [slow claps]. I'm the only one clapping for you because no one likes you. No one cares. But first things first, I am the Ultimate Finesser, Chris Bey, and I now own you with that W and I'm going to do it again. I didn't even need the Art of Finesse to teach you a lesson in the Art of Finesse. But I will be generous. I will be giving. Beyond that, I'll go ahead and give you one shot, but you know what the results of that one shot will be; too sweet. See you soon."

- Matt Cardona spoke with Josh Shernoff following his lose to Jon Moxley at GCW The Art of War Games and was questioning whether or not he is still the deathmatch king.

- Pat McAfee has tested negative for COVID-19. The SmackDown announcer has been off TV for the past two weeks after he tested positive for the virus last month.

- Mansoor, Sheamus, and Finn Balor all shared their picks for who will win the Premier League this season. Mansoor said Manchester United, Sheamus picked Liverpool, and Balor went for childhood club, Tottenham.

- Tony Khan is excited about tonight's All Out event. Fightful will have live coverage beginning at 7 p.m. EST with a post-show review immediately following its conclusion.


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