Tony Khan Comments On The Possibility Of AEW All Out 2022 Taking Place Somewhere Other Than Chicago

The location of AEW All Out 2022 has yet to be confirmed.

The annual AEW event has taken place in Hoffman Estates, Illinois two out of the three years it's been held (2020 emanated from Jacksonville due to the ongoing pandemic), with All In also taking place at the NOW Arena in 2018.

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With AEW x NJPW: Forbidden Door taking place on June 26, in the Chicago suburb, there have been questions about whether Khan would return to his hometown so soon afterward for another big event. Speaking with TSN, Khan says they plan to talk about it more but also believes they can continue with their yearly tradition.

“We’re going to talk more about that, but I think one thing for sure is that from the beginning, Chicago has been an awesome market for AEW and I’m very excited about doing lots of shows there,” Khan said. "I think All Out is the biggest show we’ve ever done so far before on pay-per-view and it’s another one of our landmark events where we’ve reached our highest highs so far. We’ve got a great history there at the NOW Arena, formerly the Sears Center, in Hoffman Estates near Schaumburg, the northwest suburbs of Chicago. I think we can continue that, potentially, but on the other hand, there’s a lot of places around the world where All Out would be a great show and we’re going to continue exploring options here.”

Elsewhere during the interview, Khan confirmed that Trios Titles have been made for AEW and teases having more titles up his sleeve. Click here to read more.

Up next for AEW is Double or Nothing on May 29. Click here to view the updated card for the event.

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