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New Date For Daniel Bryan’s AEW Debut

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• New Date For Daniel Bryan’s AEW Debut

After CM Punk, the next former WWE star that is set to make their AEW debut is Daniel Bryan.

The original date for Bryan’s AEW debut was rumored to be the September 22nd Grand Slam episode of AEW Dynamite from the USTA Arthur Ashe Stadium.

However, Bodyslam is now reporting that Bryan will arrive in AEW at the All Out pay-per-view on September 5th.

“After speaking with multiple sources within AEW, I can now confirm that the company has upped plans for Bryan Danielson’s debut.

The new plan I was told is for Danielson to debut at AEW’s All Out PPV on September 5th, 2021. I had initially heard this rumor a couple weeks back, but was able to confirm the plan with multiple sources.”

Below is the current match-card for AEW All Out 2021 pay-per-view:

– CM Punk vs. Darby Allin (with Sting)

AEW World Championship Match: Kenny Omega (c) vs. Impact World Champion Christian Cage

– Chris Jericho vs. MJF (If Jericho loses, he will retire from in-ring competition in AEW)

– “The Big Show” Paul Wight vs. QT Marshall

– Jon Moxley vs. Satoshi Kojima

Steel Cage Match For The AEW World Tag Team Championship: The Young Bucks (c) vs. The Lucha Bros

AEW Women’s World Championship Match: Dr. Britt Baker, D.M.D. (c) vs. Kris Statlander

– Andrade El Idolo (with Chavo Guerrero Jr.) vs. Pac

21-Woman Casino Battle Royale for a future AEW Women’s World Championship match: Nyla Rose vs. Thunder Rosa vs. The Bunny vs. Big Swole vs. Julia Hart vs. Tay Conti vs. Diamante vs. Penelope Ford vs. Red Velvet vs. 12 women TBD (Pre-Show)

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• ON THIS DAY IN ECW HISTORY (August 27, 1994) – Shane Douglas’ Legendary ECW Promo

On this day in 1994, Shane Douglas cut a promo in Eastern Championship Wrestling, after he had just won the tournament to become the new NWA World Heavyweight Champion.

In this legendary, historical promo, Shane Douglas threw down the NWA Title and said he wouldn’t accept the belt, as he considered the NWA brand to be dead ever since Jim Crockett Promotions was sold to Ted Turner in 1988 and Turner withdrew completely from the NWA organization in late 1993.

Douglas, who at this point was the Eastern Championship Wrestling Heavyweight Champion, instead declared himself the ECW World Heavyweight Champion.

Extreme Championship Wrestling was born! The name change that followed, helped the promotion to gain its legendary status by finding a niche in professional wrestling, that had a lot of potential.

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