AEW All Out results: The Elite win the Trios Title Tournament

AEW held the introduction of their Trios titles for Kenny Omega to return, and built to the tournament that would crown the first champs with a story of the friendship between Hangman Page & The Elite. It was fitting that both were a big part of the final match at All Out on Sun., Sept. 4 in Chicagoland.

Omega looked healthier than he has at any point since returning to action for the first time in almost nine months a few weeks back. Page was teaming with Dark Order, the friends who stood by him when he was at his lowest last year — not The Young Bucks, who at best sat back while he chased Kenny & the AEW World title.

But when Matt Jackson of The Bucks got banged up early in the match, Page kept his partners John Silver & Alex Reynolds from taking advantage. They didn’t have time to sort through their feelings about that, however. The match rolled on, and didn’t waste time revisiting the Hangman/Omega rivalry.

Silver & Reynolds got moments to shine — especially during a stretch where Johnny Hungee got nearfalls on Omega, but they were largely supporting players in this drama. The match built to another showdown between Hangman & Kenny where the Jacksons definitely sided with their partner this time.

The finish came Silver had Omega set-up to take a Buckshot Lariat, but Kenny slipped free and Page took out his friend! An opportunistic cover followed, and The Elite are the first AEW Trios champions.

Dark Order & Hangman Page meanwhile are probably in for a long conversation.

Get complete All Out results and coverage of the entire show here.

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