AEW: More on PAC vs. Andrade Match Pulled from All Out, Jim Ross Update, All Out 2021 News

More on PAC vs. Andrade Match Pulled from All Out 2021

As noted before, AEW recently announced that the previously scheduled PAC vs. Andrade match for this Sunday’s All Out 2021 event had been pulled due to “travel issues.”

Dave Meltzer reported in this week’s Wrestling Observer Newsletter that his sources had informed him ahead of AEW’s announcement that one of the matches for the event was going to be pulled but it was not one of matches being considered for the main event. Meltzer reported that his sources also stated that the reason for the match’s removal was due to a health situation with one of the wrestlers, which was later confirmed to be PAC.

Meltzer reported that the exact nature of PAC’s health issue is currently not known but speculated it had to be serious enough to cause him to miss traveling to the United States for AEW’s All Out 2021 event this Sunday.

While PAC vs. Andrade was pulled from ALL Out 2021, AEW announced during Friday’s episode of Rampage that this match would now be taking place at next week’s Rampage show.

More on Rumors of Jim Ross Leaving AEW’s Commentary Booth

As noted before, Jim Ross recently denied rumors and reports of him leaving AEW’s commentary booth as a full-time announcer for a possible new backstage interviewer role.

Dave Meltzer reported in this week’s Wrestling Observer Newsletter that the rumors of Jim Ross leaving both AEW’s commentary booth and the company after the end of this year had been something that had been going around among talent backstage in recent months. Meltzer reported that there was even rumors discussed among talent of Taz being Ross’ replacement for AEW’s main commentary team.

Meltzer reported that while Tony Khan denied the rumors being true and stated that Ross would have his commentary job for as long as he wants, several reporters spoken to were adamant about Ross likely leaving the company after this year due to their multiple sources close to this issue.

AEW All Out 2021 News & Notes

This past Friday’s special AEW Dark tapings in Chicago, Illinois featured a singles match between Red Velvet and indie wrestler Skye Blue. Following the match, AEW CEO Tony Khan announced that Blue has been officially added to the Women’s Casino Battle Royale match at this Sunday’s All Out 2021 event in Hoffman Estates, Illinois.

Besides traditional cable PPV providers and Bleacher Report’s streaming service, AEW’s All Out 2021 event reportedly will also be airing live on FITE.TV in the United States, according to PWInsider.

Fightful Select reported that Kip Sabin was recently seen in Chicago ahead of this Sunday’s All Out 2021 event. It was reported that it is currently not known if Sabin will be involved at the event nor of AEW officials creative plans for him for his upcoming return from injury.