So farThe Young Bucks maintained the AEW Tag Championship and Adam Page defeated Brian Cage in a powerful opening match. The Jungle Boy also won the world title after winning the Casino Royale Battle Royale.
The crowd is arguably the highlight so far-this is the first AEW show to take place in front of a full crowd since the beginning of the pandemic.
In addition to the Kenny Omega, Puck and Orange Cassidy AEW Championship matches, the second Stadium Stampede will still be held.
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Cody Rhodes vs. Anthony Ogogo
Next are wrestlers and boxers.
Jungle Boy wins Casino Battle Royale
The rules of casino battle royale are a bit confusing. This is a battle royale where participants join the suit at once, and each suit comes with 5 men. Five men will start, and after all the suits have joined, each suit will join every three minutes and five more will join. And finally the Joker comes.
The final fours were Christian Cage (number one entry), Matt Hardy (helped by a private party), Lio Rush (joker), and Jungle Boy. In essence, it was the last six. Because the private party was in the ring alongside Hardy during his entire tenure at Hardy’s game.
After the rush fuss, a private party and Hardy eliminate him. Jungle Boys and Christians work together to attend a private party, and Christians eliminate Hardy. The last two are Christians and Jungle Boys. They have a really good round trip in a ringside apron, Christians teasing the kill switch and jungle boys avoiding exclusion in impressive athletics. Eventually, the jungle boy turns the Christian over to win.
Rating: 3 stars. Good, but chaotic. The announcers were often confused, so it was difficult for me to catch up with everything that was happening, not just me. This was also a stumbling block, as Matt Hardy was essentially three people and his disqualification did not allow him to have a private party at all times. But as the crowd got thinner and thinner, it got better and better.
But everything went well and the right people won.The crowd banana For the jungle boy.
The Young Bucks vs. Jon Moxley and Eddie Kingston
Next is the long-awaited tag title match. Moxley and Eddie Kingston first appeared, and the match began ambushing Nick and Matt Jackson as Bucks was at the entrance to the Muscle Man Pose.
Kingston has many chants. This is the first time he has played in front of a crowded audience at AEW, so it’s a big moment for him. When the ambush is over and the match begins, Bucks beats Kingston and his injured leg before Moxley gets the tag for his fever round.
Karl Anderson and Doc Gallows temporarily interfered, but Kingston pulled out the gallows and the elite Hunter Kizarian jumped in to drive Anderson behind. When ref was seeing off the refruff, Matt Jackson sprayed Moxley with a malicious air resolution spray in his eyes. Bucks then hit the outer Melzer driver and approached the countout. This is a bust-opening move for Moxley.
The whole sequence wasn’t as erroneous as the heat spot. It’s a bit OTT as a heat spot for me, but it works-the crowd gathers behind Moxley. After Bucks cut him off, he eventually repels them, tags Eddie, and the crowd raging. But it’s a red herring. Eddie gets caught with a superkick from another back to the leg while he chops one back in the corner.
Some wrong finishes. Moxley and Kingston struck a doomsday device (with sneakers in one hand when Moxley landed his clothes). Moxley then hits Nick with his big DDT, but the pin is broken by Matt. Then a superkick party is held, where Bucks attacks Moxley with a superkick barrage, but he kicks out with a 1. Then take him out with a superkick and take Kingston out with the same thing.
4-4–Moxley’s BTE trigger wins the Young Bucks pin.
Rating: 3 stars. This is difficult to evaluate. There were too many ridiculous things for me. Moxley is sprayed on the face with an aerosol can, but only blinds for about 30 seconds. He is killed by a superkick, but kicks out with a one. He is unaffected by the BTE trigger and must be defeated at 4. It is difficult to stop the suspension of distrust.
That said, the crowd loved it-so maybe it’s just me.
Adam Page Pins Brian Cage
The main show begins with page vs. cage.The crowd is very hot for the page-the crowd regains the rules
These two worked hard to brighten the crowd. The moment it started, Cage chucked the page from the position of the power bomb to the turnbuckle. Later, he suplexed the page from the rope in the middle to the ramp at the entrance-it didn’t look like it had a lot of give. But apart from the spots, these two worked very well. There were a lot of smooth sequences, and the counters before and after the last were hot finishes.
After Team Taz members Ricky Starks and Hook backfired, Page won the backshot lariat. Starks and Hook tried to help the cage, but the cage rejected them-and was caught and pinned by the lariat. A huge pop for 1-2-3.
Rating: 3.75 stars. The super starter, and the crowd was super on the page-the last interference was a bit quirky, but it looks like it’s going on a team tas breakout for Cage.
Results of the buy-in pre-show
Serena Deeb defeated Rejo to maintain her NWA World Women’s Championship in a pre-show match.
After a very strong pre-show match, Dave had Rejo tap out with Serenity Rock.
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