Daniel Bryan & Adam Cole Debut for AEW at All Out 2021

Daniel Bryan & Adam Cole are All Elite

Both Daniel Bryan(Bryan Danielson in AEW) and Adam Cole finally made their anticipated AEW debut at All Out 2021 PPV

The main event of the PPV, Kenny Omega Vs. Christian Cage was already filled with thrill and the story became even more interesting after the fight got over as we saw not one but two highly anticipated AEW debuts in the form of Bryan Danielson and Adam Cole. Catch live results and updates from AEW All Out 2021 here.

After the match, The Elite assaulted Christain Cage, Jungle Boy, and Luchasaurus. Kenny Omega picked up the mic and announced that no one can beat him and that’s when the music of Adam Cole hits. Initially, the fans thought he was here to confront Kenny Omega but he kicked the Jungle Boy and announced that he is joining the Elites.

Adam Cole took the mic to announce The Elites are the most dominant faction in the history of this business. However, the music hits one more time, and this time it was indeed the American Dragon Bryan Danielson who came out. 

Daniel Byran came to the ring and helped the Jungle Boy, Luchasaurus, and Christian clearing out the ring. By the end of All Out, the babyfaces stood tall in the ring and Daniel Bryan hit the corner to pose as the show went off the air. 

Daniel Bryan’s contract with WWE ended in April this year. He was written off TV with a Title vs Career match which he lost to WWE Universal Champion Roman Reigns on the 30 April episode of SmackDown.

The rumors around Bryan’s impending arrival to AEW started sometime in July and it was heavily speculated that Bryan will debut at AEW Grand Slam which happens to be AEW’s New York debut event on 20 September. However, the plans changed sometime and Bryan has now debuted at AEW All Out.

On the other hand, Adam Cole’s contract with WWE ended sometime in June, but he signed an extension until August. There were speculations that Cole might end up re-signing with WWE after his meeting with WWE Chairman Vince McMahon. However, contract talks did not take place and Cole left WWE after NXT TakeOver: 36.

Keep tuned in for more news and updates from AEW.

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