Episode 168 of Being The Elite focuses on backstage and behind the scenes looks at All Elite Wrestling’s All Out PPV this past weekend. We start with The Young Bucks returning to The Sears Centre, home of both All Out and last year’s All In show. They comment on how much has happened in the past year and sign some autographs for fans. One fan even brought the wrestlers a snazzy custom pair of sneakers.
For Adam Page, the days before the show involved preparing not only for his title match but also his entrance on horseback. His steed, named “Hunter Horse Helmsley”, practiced entering the arena and endured some of the Hangman’s attempts at humor. After the show, we see Page devastated by his loss, refusing to celebrate AEW’s successful endeavor with The Bucks.
On the flip side, we see an extended take of Chris Jericho’s post-match celebrations as he marches through the backstage area to a mostly silent reaction. Considering the strange camera edits of the official AEW post-show where this originated, the alternate take is appreciated.
You can also see Orange Cassidy’s All Out debut, the reason the lights went down during the show and more in the full episode, embedded below: