AEW has announced Zero Hour pre-show to precede AEW All Out 2022 PPV along with a match for the show.
The name “Zero Hour” is being used for the first time in AEW. All In PPV in 2018, which played a huge role in the formation of AEW, used the name Zero Hour previously. AEW has used the name “Buy-In” until now for their PPV pre-shows.
AEW President Tony Khan tweeted that Zero Hour will return for All Out 2022 on September 4, 2022. The one-hour show will start from 7 PM EST and will feature AEW’s Eddie Kingston vs NJPW’s Tomohiro Ishii singles match. More matches are expected to be announced in the coming days.
Eddie Kingston and Tomohiro Ishii previously faced off at NJPW Capital Collision. The NJPW legend came out victorious in that match.
Kingston previously challenged Sammy Guevara for the PPV, but a backstage altercation led to Kingston being suspended from AEW for a couple of weeks and that storyline being dropped.
This brings the total number of matches for AEW All Out to 10. At least a couple of matches for pre-show and AEW World Championship match are expected to be added to the card. Keep tuned in for the latest news and updates from the show.