You can officially pencil in a new match for the next All Elite Wrestling pay-per-view.
On this week’s edition of AEW Dynamite in Houston, Texas, it was announced that Paul Wight will be making his in-ring debut for AEW at the upcoming ALL OUT pay-per-view.
Announced for the AEW ALL OUT show on September 5, 2021 is Paul Wight vs. QT Marshall.
Paul Wight Reveals In-Ring Return At AEW ALL OUT
From there we shoot to the ring where Tony Schiavone talks about how good it is to have friends in large places. The commentators give an update on Schiavone’s son following his attack at the hands of QT Marshall and The Factory.
On that note, Schiavone brings out his broadcast partner on AEW Dark: Elevation, the one and only Paul Wight. As Wight talks about how good it felt to be in the ring kicking ass again, out comes QT Marshall who says, “Houston, we have a problem!”
The fans in Houston boo as he makes his way out accompanied by some of the members of The Factory. Marshall warns Wight not to say anything he can’t backup, noting in AEW they don’t build up things not to pay them off, unlike the first 10 or so years of Wight’s career.
Wight says he wouldn’t let the fans down and invites Marshall to quit talking and start fighting. Marshall says there’s a reason Tony Khan hired Wight to be a commentator. Wight says Marshall is starting to piss him off. QT asks producer Keith Mitchell to put X-ray photos on the screen of Paul Wight’s surgically repaired hip.
Marshall says Wight has had five operations in the past 18 months alone. Wight says he’s not embarassed by that and claims it won’t limit him if he wants to do something. Wight announces he talked to Tony Khan and he reveals he has a match at the AEW ALL OUT pay-per-view against QT Marshall. His music hits to end the segment.
— All Elite Wrestling (@AEW) August 19, 2021