The final All Elite Wrestling pay-per-view event of the year has arrived!
AEW Full Gear goes down this evening, Saturday, November 7, 2020, from the Daily’s Place amphitheater in Jacksonville, Florida.
On tap for the AEW Full Gear 2020 PPV tonight is Jon Moxley vs. Eddie Kingston in an “I Quit Match” for the AEW World Championship, as well as a TNT Championship showdown between “The American Nightmare” Cody and Darby Allin, as well as a high-stakes AEW Tag-Team Championship battle between current title-holders FTR and The Young Bucks.
Additionally, tonight’s AEW Full Gear 2020 show will see the finals of the World Title Eliminator Tournament, as former tag-team champions Kenny Omega and “Hangman” Adam Page go one-on-one, the AEW Women’s Championship rematch between Hikaru Shida and Nyla Rose, and Chris Jericho vs. MJF with a spot in the Inner Circle on-the-line.
Finally, the PPV will also feature Matt Hardy vs. Sammy Guevara in “The Elite Deletion Match,” Orange Cassidy will compete against John “4” Silver from the Dark Order, and NWA Women’s Champion Serena Deeb will put her title up-for-grabs against Allysin Kay in the pre-show match on the AEW Full Gear “Buy-In” kickoff special starting at 6:50pm EST. / 3:50pm PST.
Featured below are complete AEW Full Gear results from Saturday, November 7, 2020.
AEW FULL GEAR 2020 RESULTS
The Buy-In for AEW Full Gear 2020 is officially underway.
The official pre-show for tonight’s All Elite Wrestling pay-per-view kicks off by jumping directly into segments from the Countdown to AEW Full Gear special that premiered earlier this week.
First up, we see the extensive video package detailing the story behind tonight’s Chris Jericho vs. MJF showdown for a spot in the Inner Circle.
From there, the Buy-In pre-show continues with another segment from the Countdown special, this time focusing on the TNT Championship showdown between “The American Nightmare” Cody Rhodes and Darby Allin.
The Buy-In for tonight’s AEW Full Gear 2020 PPV continues with the “Countdown” segment focusing on the AEW Women’s World Championship showdown between Hikaru Shida and Nyla Rose.
Now the pre-show moves on to the “Countdown” segment that takes a closer look at the World Title Eliminator Tournament Finals between Kenny Omega and “Hangman” Adam Page, complete with the hilarious “Don’t Know What You’ve Got ‘Til It’s Gone” video package.
After that, the pre-show for tonight’s PPV moves on to yet another segment from the “Countdown” preview show. The latest “Countdown” clip features an extensive look at the rivalry between The Young Bucks and FTR leading into their high-stakes showdown tonight for the AEW World Tag-Team Championships.
Finally, we get to the “Countdown” segment that gives AEW fans a special look at the storied history between Eddie Kingston and Jon Moxley heading into their “I Quit Match” for the AEW World Heavyweight Championship in the main event of tonight’s AEW Full Gear 2020 pay-per-view.
With the “Countdown” segments out of the way, “The Buy-In” graphic for AEW Full Gear 2020 airs and we shoot LIVE inside Daily’s Place amphitheater in Jacksonville, FL., where Excalibur and Tony Schiavone welcome us to the official pre-show for tonight’s PPV.
The announcing duo of Excalibur and Schiavone immediately run down the lineup for tonight’s show, which kicks off with the lone “Buy-In” match for the NWA Women’s World Championship, with Serena Deeb defending against Allysin Kay. The commentary duo then run through the lineup for the PPV card.
After the two go through each match scheduled on tonight’s PPV card, they kick things to a video package further hyping the showdown for a spot in the Inner Circle for MJF, as “The Demo God” Chris Jericho and “The Ratings Ruler” Maxwell Jacob Friedman go one-on-one tonight.
When the video package wraps up, we hear again from Excalibur and Tony Schiavone as they give some further insight and analysis into the Jericho-MJF match tonight. Then, they kick it to an interview segment with MJF from earlier in the evening. Friedman is shown standing alongside Wardlow as he talks about the importance of his match against Jericho tonight. He talks about his recent bout against Jon Moxley for the richest prize in AEW, noting that the match wouldn’t of ended the way it did had he been a part of the Inner Circle back when it happened.
He vows to beat Jericho tonight and finally take his rightful place in the Inner Circle. The interviewer goes to ask Wardlow a question, which prompts MJF to cut-in and answer for him. He is then asked about Sammy Guevara and others being against him joining the Inner Circle. MJF essentially says it doesn’t matter because he’s better than them, and they know it.
NWA Women’s World Championship
Serena Deeb (c) vs. Allysin Kay
Now the announcing duo of Excalibur and Tony Schiavone send things down to the ring, where Justin Roberts does the formal pre-match ring introductions for our lone bout on “The Buy-In” at AEW Full Gear 2020 pre-show.
With that said, Justin Roberts introduces Allysin Kay, and out she comes making her way to the squared circle for her official All Elite Wrestling debut match.
As she settles into the ring, we hear the theme song of the reigning and defending NWA Women’s World Champion, Serena Deeb. Deeb makes her way down to the ring as Excalibur and Schiavone sing her praises.
The bell sounds and here we go with our opening contest here at AEW Full Gear 2020. The two ladies circle each other and then lock-up and we’re off! Serena does a good job taking Kay down.
As they resume the bout on their feet, the announcers talk about the decorated past that Deeb and Kay have with each other in the wrestling business. Deeb gets Kay back down on the mat again and now she controls her as she slows down the pace and settles into a comfortable offensive lead here in the early going.
Back on their feet, the two shove each other and then trade b*tch-smacks to the face. Kay loses her cool when Deeb smacks her back and she ambushes her and takes her down. She starts yelling at her loudly as she puts the boots to her in the corner. The challenger is now enjoying her first extended run in control of the offense.
Deeb doesn’t let that last long, however, as she blasts her from the ring apron to the floor with a drop-down neck-breaker over the top-rope. Back in the ring, Deeb takes Kay down and starts firing away with punches ala “Stone Cold” Steve Austin fresh off of a Lou Thesz Press!
Kay throws Deeb out of the ring but Deeb sprints right back in. She ends up running into a big shot from Kay. As Kay settles back into the offensive lead, locking Deeb up in a submission hold on the mat, the announce team of Excalibur and Tony Schiavone talk about Allysin Kay becoming a free agent earlier this week and how a win in this match could spell big things in terms of interest from Tony Khan and AEW in signing her.
As the action continues, Deeb starts to show signs of life, however Kay hoists her up and while holding her upside down, Deeb ends up locking in a submission while hanging onto the body of Kay. Kay ends up escaping and planting her down with an impressive sit-out power bomb into a pin attempt. Deeb avoids staying down for the three count, however Kay again goes back to dominating the offense.
Kay goes for the AK-47, however Deeb shows good ring awareness and rolls out to the floor to avoid it. Back in the ring, we see a nice dragonscrew into the ropes, softening up the knee of Kay, leading to her locking her in her Serenity submission finisher. She taps out. Deeb retains.
Winner and STILL NWA Women’s World Champion: Serena Deeb
After The Match: Thunder Rosa Confronts Serena Deeb
Once the match wraps up, we see Kay exit the ring while Deeb hangs around to celebrate, posing with her NWA Women’s World Title for the fans inside Daily’s Place.
But wait, there’s more!
As Deeb continues her post-match celebration, we hear the theme song of former NWA Women’s World Champion, Thunder Rosa. Rosa makes her way down to the ring looking like Darby Allin’s wild sister, and she enters the squared circle, confronting the woman who took the title from her — Serena Deeb.
The two go face-to-face as the fans react. Rosa then exits the ring and heads to the backstage area.
After our lone pre-show match for the NWA Women’s World Title, we shoot back to the announce desk where Excalibur and Tony Schiavone set up another video package, this time looking at the World Title Eliminator Tournament Finals this evening between former tag-team partners Kenny Omega and “Hangman” Adam Page.
Once the video package wraps up, Excalibur and Schiavone introduce an interview segment from earlier today at the Red Carpet Special at Daily’s Place in Jacksonville, FL. featuring “Eddie Kingston and His Fam.”
The Bunny talks first, followed by Pentagon Jr. and Rey Fenix. Then we hear from the challenger for the AEW World Heavyweight Championship in tonight’s PPV main event against Jon Moxley.
Kingston talks about the importance of the AEW title, noting it’s the richest prize in the only company that matters, in a very monitor voice. Any other questions, such as ones about Lance Archer and “The Bastard” PAC, gets the same monotone voice from Kingston, who just repeats “I don’t care,” reiterating that the only thing that matters to him right now is the AEW World Heavyweight Championship.
We’re back LIVE inside Daily’s Place in Jacksonville, FL., where we hear the familiar sounds of “Boomer Sooner” as Oklahoma’s finest, “Good Ole’ J.R.” makes his way out. As Jim Ross settles in at the announce desk alongside Tony Schiavone and Excalibur, the trio wrap up “The Buy-In” at AEW Full Gear 2020.
It’s time for the pay-per-view broadcast, folks! Hang tight, as the pre-show is now over and the PPV main card is getting underway.
AEW FULL GEAR 2020 PPV RESULTS
An elaborate, bad-ass video package opens the pay-per-view broadcast for the AEW Full Gear 2020 main card. The package focuses on a few of the top matches advertised for tonight’s show.
From there, we shoot LIVE inside Daily’s Place amphitheater in Jacksonville, FL. where Jim Ross, Tony Schiavone and Excalibur welcome us to the AEW Full Gear 2020 pay-per-view broadcast, as fire and pyro erupts at the top of the entrance stage.
Now we listen-in as the commentary trio run down the lineup of matches scheduled for tonight’s PPV card, with the match graphic for each bout flashing on the screen as they run them down one-by-one.
World Title Eliminator Tournament Finals
Kenny Omega vs. “Hangman” Adam Page
The announce trio of J.R., Schiavone and Excalibur introduce Don Callis, who will be joining them on special guest commentary for our opening bout of the PPV card, which will feature the finals of the World Title Eliminator Tournament.
Callis noted that Omega personally requested that he be here for his monumerntal match here tonight. On that note, the commentary foursome who will be calling our tourney finals send things down to “The Dapper Yapper” Justin Roberts.
Roberts does the formal, long, drawn-out pre-match ring introductions for Kenny Omega, who makes his way out with his entrance dancers as Callis schools fans on some little-known facts about Omega. The first of two finalists in the tourney designed to determine the next challenger to the world title makes his way down to the ring.
Out next is the former tag-team partner and friend of Omega, the other finalist in the World Title Eliminator Tournament, “Hangman” Adam Page. The familiar country-music-friendly tunes play now as smoke shoots out down the entrance ramp while “Hangman” makes his way to the ring for our PPV opener.
The music dies down, both guys have removed their entrance gear and are ring-ready now as the noise from the fans inside Daily’s Place picks up in anticipation of what should be an excellent opening bout. The bell sounds and these two are ready to go. They want nothing to do with a handshake, instead circling and going straight to business.
Page goes for the Sliding Lariat, no dice. Omega goes for the V-Triigger, no dice either. Both guys are all over the place and on fire straight out of the gates here at AEW Full Gear. Now the two exchange vicious chops over-and-over again, with Page seemingly getting the better of the two. He hits the ropes, however Omega sends him out to the floor and follows up with a big dive.
As the action resumes inside the ring, it is still a very much back-and-forth offensive battle with neither man establishing any lengthy lead in control of the action. The match finds itself back on the floor, with “Hangman” taking it to Omega as the referee begins his double count on both guys. Page slams Omega into the ring barricade on the floor and slides back in the ring to break the referee’s count.
“Hangman” heads right back out after Omega, as he is starting to pull ahead for those keeping score on the control factor in this match thus far. The battle is still ongoing on the floor, however one momentary lapse in concentration from Page leads to Omega capitalizing by leaping onto the barricade and flying off with a moonsault, splashing onto Page on the way down as the fans come alive inside Daily’s Place.
Back in the ring, Omega remains in control of the offense, however he seems to tweak his knee. Regardless, he heads to the top-rope for a big high spot. Now Omega slaps a front face-lock on Page after clutching his knee again. Page escapes and makes it to his feet, blasting Omega with a chop. Omega hits Page back with a pair of his own chops before sending him to the ropes. Omega goes over the top and lands on the apron, however Page sprints at him and knocks him to the floor with a running clothesline.
Page slingshots himself over the top-rope, looking for a cross-body splash onto Omega, however Omega rolled back in the ring to avoid it, leaving Page to crash and burn. Omega follows up with a big splash on Page on the floor, before heading back in the ring and sprinting for another follow-up tope suicida onto Page on the floor.
The action finally resumes back in the ring after we see some replays of the aforementioned Omega high spot. Back in the ring, we see the offensive momentum shift into the favor of Page, as Omega’s tweaked knee is starting to become a factor in this match. After enjoying a few minutes in the offensive driver’s seat, Omega starts to fight his way back into competitive form as the pace of the bout picks up. Finally, we near the finish, which sees Omega hit his finisher a few times over for the victory. He will be the next title challenger for whomever emerges as the AEW World Heavyweight Champion following tonight’s AEW Full Gear 2020 PPV main event.
After earning the victory, Omega takes a moment to check on the condition of Page before exiting the ring and heading to the back. Meanwhile, Page slowly recovers, but looks extremely disappointed in himself for coming up short. Great opener.
Winner and NEW No. 1 Contender: Kenny Omega
John “4” Silver vs. Orange Cassidy
As the opening match fades away in the rear-view mirror, AEW Full Gear 2020 moves on with our second bout on the pay-per-view card, which will feature a member of The Dark Order going one-on-one against the “Freshly Squeezed” one himself.
On that note, we head down to ringside for the pre-match ring introductions of our next two competitors. First, making his way to the ring from the Dark Order is John “4” Silver. Out next is his opponent for this evening, Orange Cassidy. Both guys are settled into the ring and our second PPV match of the evening is about to get underway.
The bell sounds and here we go. With both guys going face-to-face, we get some comedy relief, as Silver over-reacts as Cassidy slowly raises his hands up and then even more slowly lowers them down into his pockets. Silver turns and walks away in disbelief that he did it. Cassidy ends up taking it to Silver now, and when the dust settles, Silver stands up and watches in disbelief as Cassidy does the non-shalant shin-kicks, culminating with a legitimate dropkick that sends Silver to the floor.
Silver returns to the ring and with Cassidy still having his hands in his pockets, the Dark Order member blasts the “Freshly Squeezed” one, knocking him down to the mat and following up by literally ripping the pockets out of his jeans. As Cassidy gets up on his knees, Silver blasts him in the chest with vicious kicks. As the pace in the ring picks up, we get some dueling chants from the fans, who appear to be chanting “HI-HO-SILVER!” or “Let’s Go Silver” and then another competitive chant in support of the “Freshly Squeezed” one.
The Dark Order member is now enjoying a comfortable offensive lead, as he poses with a double-biceps to the fans who “boo” away. He blows them some kisses anyways and then blasts Cassidy with another kick. The camera closes in on Austin Gunn seated in the front row reacting to the action in the ring. Silver whips Cassidy into the corner with power, blasting him hard enough that he bounces off and crashes down to the mat.
Cassidy fires up, and starts showing signs of life. He fights his way back into the contest and out of nowhere, looks to finish Silver off with the Orange Punch, however Silver avoids it and returns to his dominant form, blasting Cassidy with his vicious variety of kicks.
Now we see Silver take Cassidy down with authority for a close near fall. He follows that up with a big Spin Doctor for another near fall. Silver looks unsure how to finish off Cassidy. On that note, Orange fires up again and makes his back comeback.
Cassidy starts taking it to the Dark Order member and now he catches him with his Orange Punch. He follows that up with the Beach Blast for the pinfall victory.
After the match, we see some replays of the action and some of the high spots during the bout, before returning live where we see the Best Friends have joined Orange Cassidy inside the ring for one reason and one reason only — and that’s to give the people what they want! The trio ends the segment with a Best Friends Hug.
Winner: Orange Cassidy
“The American Nightmare” Cody (c) vs. Darby Allin
The video package airs for our third match on the pay-per-view card, and it will feature our first championship on-the-line for the PPV broadcast and our second for the evening after the “Buy-In” bout for the NWA Women’s World Championship earlier in the evening.
As Excalibur points out, the first AEW title bout of the evening is now underway as Darby Allin makes his way down to the ring to his bad-ass cool theme music as pyro explodes and he shows off his skateboarding skills. The TNT Championship will be on-the-line next.
With the challenger settled into the squared circle, the lights go down and the familiar theme of “The American Nightmare” plays.
Emerging is Cody Rhodes wearing a t-shirt that the announcers point out says “STILL STANDING,” as he is accompanied by Brandi Rhodes, Arn Anderson, Dustin Rhodes and QT Marshall, all wearing their “American Nightmare Family” gear as the TNT Champion emerges from the smoke and pyro as his entrance music peaks and the noise from the fans inside Daily’s Place amphitheater picks up.
With both guys in the ring and the music behind us, we see “The Dapper Yapper” standing front-and-center as he handles the pre-match formal ring introductions for both competitors in this championship contest here at AEW Full Gear.
On that note, the pre-match ring entrances and introductions are out of the way and with both guys in the ring and ready to go, the bell sounds and we’re off with our next match here on the PPV card.
Cody and Darby Allin slowly close in on each other and go face-to-face, staring at each other motionless for a while as they let the fans decide who they’re going to chant and cheer for. With that behind us, the two begin circling and this one is now officially underway.
The announcers are selling the fact that Darby Allin is not intimidated one bit by Cody, despite “The American Nightmare” holding a victory over him in their previous high-profile showdown. As the action gets underway, neither guy is able to establish any real offensive jump on the other, with each guy having isolated moments and the other taking over immediately thereafter.
From the hammer-lock position, Cody launches Allin over the top-rope, where he crashes down hard onto the floor outside the ring. We hear Darby yelling out in anguish after his rough landing. Cody brings the action back in the ring and goes to work on the same arm of Darby that he just softened up with the aforementioned spot. He stands up and stomps on the weakened limb of the challenger now.
Darby works his way back to his feet. He tries to hip-toss Cody, however the champ sinks down on the arm of Allin and yanks away at it, adding further punishment to the already softened up arm of the challenger. He takes Allin down to the mat now and again locks his arm up behind him as he continues to dominate the action thus far.
Rhodes stands back up and puts the boots to Darby. He picks Allin up and takes him to the corner of the ring. He sits him on the top-rope and climbs up after him. He picks Darby up and throws him over his own shoulder. He comes flying off the top-rope and slams the challenger down with authority before returning his focus on the injured arm of Allin.
One window of opportunity is left open for Darby Allin to capitalize off of and that’s all he needed to show that he is still alive and with a fighting chance on his side, as he blasts the champ with a big move that shifts the offensive momentum in his favor. Arn Anderson looks worried at ringside now as Darby is firing up and showing his first signs of life in a while as he makes his big comeback.
Allin takes Cody to the corner now and takes him up to the top-rope, following up after him. He now positions Cody looking for a high spot, however as they go flying off together, Cody reverses in mid-air and they come down with Cody hitting a Cross-Rhodes off the top-rope. Wow! We see a bunch of replays of that one. Allin rolled through to avoid being finished off and now he jumps on the back of Cody, slapping a sleeper-hold on the champion.
The champion walks around with the challenger holding onto the sleeper hold while on the back of Cody. Cody carries Darby on his back, still in the sleeper-hold, over to the corner where he starts climbing up the ropes backwards, ala Vader preparing for a Vader Bomb . He flies off backwards and they crash down together, with the impact breaking the hold Darby had on Cody’s throat. Cody gets up and scoops Darby up for a slam. Arn yells for another. Cody obliges. The announcers talk about Cody starting to seemingly get discouraged at how Darby has the never-die fighting spirit that keeps him in the fight at all times.
As Cody continues to dominate the challenger, we see him get fired up a bit much now as he takes the weight belt off ala Hollywood Hogan in the nWo black-and-white days of WCW during the Monday Night Wars against WWE. This backfires, however, as Darby used the belt to help sweep Cody’s legs out for a roll-up pin attempt out of nowhere. “The American Nightmare” manages to kick out just in time to avoid the upset from Darby. Moments later he wasn’t as lucky, however, and we have ourselves a brand new TNT Champion.
Winner and NEW TNT Champion: Darby Allin
After The Match: All Hell Breaks Loose With Team Taz, Will Hobbs & Darby Allin
After the match, the announcers do a prolonged over-selling of the size of the moment we just witnessed, as Darby Allin’s music plays while he makes it to his feet as Cody stands and watches over him.
We see Arn Anderson looking upset at ringside, pointing to his playbook and making it clear that Cody didn’t follow the gameplan in the match this evening.
As the moment continues to play out, the TNT Championship is finally handed to Darby Allin and the announcers praise “the new face of TNT.” He gets emotional now as he poses with the title on the ropes.
While the moment continues to play out, we hear a familiar voice, and he doesn’t sound overly happy, or at all caught up in the emotion of the moment as others are right now.
On that note, Taz emerges yelling “Enough! Enough! Enough! Enough!” He says it’s enough of the emotion and the crying and everything else. He says Darby had his little moment and now he needs to take his ass to the back, as does Cody.
Taz starts making his way to the ring accompanied by his fellow Team Taz members Ricky Starks and Brian Cage. The trio enter the ring and they immediately attack Darby Allin.
They begin a prolonged beatdown of the new TNT Champion, until finally Cody starts making the save. Unfortunately, he is another victim and now Allin is drug out of the ring and out to the parking lot area where the car he entered the venue in tonight is shown. Starks and Cage slam him on the car and look to set his already injured arm up to be completely snapped in half. As they get ready to finish off the arm of Allin, finally, out comes Will Hobbs to make the save.
At the same time, this gives Taz the answer he has been long awaiting regarding the offer he extended to Will Hobbs to join Team Taz, as clearly the big fella isn’t interested. That’s where the segment ends.
Natural Nightmares Reveal Bunkhouse Stampede Match
Now we move on to a few match announcements for the post-Full Gear episode of AEW Dynamite on TNT this coming Wednesday night after a quick backstage interview with The Natural Nightmares.
The duo of Dustin Rhodes and QT Marshall inform us that they have a Bunkhouse Stampede Match booked against The Butcher & The Blade on the next installment of the weekly AEW on TNT program.
AEW Dynamite Announcements For Post-Full Gear Episode
Also announced for the post-PPV edition of AEW Dynamite on TNT this coming Wednesday night, November 11, 2020 was Pentagon Jr. vs. Rey Fenix II and Tay Conti vs. Red Velvet.
The lineup as it stands following that trio of announcements for the post-AEW Full Gear installment of AEW Dynamite on TNT from Daily’s Place in Jacksonville, FL. on 11/11 is as follows:
- * Tay Conti vs. Red Velvet
* Pentagon Jr. vs. Rey Fenix II
* The Natural Nightmares vs. The Butcher & The Blade (Bunkhouse Stampede Match)
AEW Women’s World Championship
Hikaru Shida (c) vs. Nyla Rose
We return inside the Daily’s Place amphitheater in Jacksonville, FL. where it’s time to head back down to ringside for our next match of the evening, which will be another championship contest.
With that said, out comes the champion and challenger for our scheduled AEW Women’s World Championship rematch between current title-holder Hikaru Shida and former champion turned challenger Nyla Rose.
Both ladies have made their way down to the squared circle and with “The Dapper Yapper’s” formal pre-match ring introductions now in the rear-view mirror, the bell sounds and our latest bout of the evening is officially underway.
Rose looks for a big homerun shot straight out of the gate in an attempt to catch the champion off guard, however it doesn’t finish the job and seconds later we see a fired up Shida taking it to her larger opposition, blasting her off her feet with rapid-fire drop kicks.
The action spills out to the floor outside the ring. We see Shida slam Rose back-first into the ring apron. Now she whips her into the ring barricade and follows in with a running knee to the dome. Shida opens up a steel chair and sets it up on the floor.
Now, with Rose recovered, the challenger is looking and has found a steel chair of her own, however referee Aubrey Edwards sees this and stops Rose as she pulls the chair out from under the ring. Shida blasts Rose with a running knee off the chair, smashing Rose into the barricade.
As the ref checks on Rose, Vickie Guerrero gets in a cheap shot on the champ, blasting Shida with a kendo stick from behind. Rose follows this up by wrapping Shida’s knee around the ring post and then sending the champ back into the ring.
Later on, as Shida recovers and starts making a comeback, Vickie gets involved again, tripping the champ from ringside as she was going to finish off Rose with her running knee finisher. Vickie looks to use the kendo stick on Shida again, however Aubrey Edwards catches her. Rose is then sent into Vickie, blasting her and knocking her down. Shida follows this up by throwing Rose into the side of the entrance ramp. She then slams her into the barricade outside the ring before sending her back inside the squared circle, where she hits her with a Falcon Arrow and then a runing knee. And another. And another. She covers Rose and scores the pinfall victory to retain.
After the match, Vickie Guerrero is livid. She gets in Nyla Rose’s face and starts yelling at her repeatedly. Now she slaps Rose across the face. She exits the ring and heads to the back.
Winner and STILL AEW Women’s World Champion: Hikaru Shida
AEW World Tag-Team Championships
FTR (c) vs. The Young Bucks
The video package airs now for our next match of the evening, which is another world championship contest, this time in the All Elite Wrestling tag-team division.
We see the video package telling the story leading up to tonight’s high-stakes “Brush With Greatness” for The Young Bucks, as if they fail to defeat FTR and capture the AEW World Tag-Team Championships, they will never be able to challenge for the straps again.
Remember, Matt Jackson is coming into tonight’s bout with both a storyline and legitimate injury, as he actually does have a bum wheel for this important bout. Our AEW World Tag-Team Championship match of the evening is just moments away.
Both teams make their respective ring entrances and after “The Dapper Yapper” Justin Roberts wraps up his formal pre-match ring introductions for both teams for this forthcoming championship encounter, the bell sounds and we’re off-and-running!
Neither team establishes a clear-cut offensive advantage in the early goings, as The Young Bucks jump off to the early lead only for FTR to kill their momentum and shift things into their favor as the match starts to settle into the thick of things now.
As the action continues, FTR starts to establish a definitive offensive lead. Nick is shoved off the apron by Dax. Matt is then lifted up onto the top turnbuckle. Matt is able to get his knees up as Cash comes flying off the top on him.
Now we see an inside craddle roll up on Dax out of nowhere, however FTR hangs on and Cash tags in. Matt attempts to reach out to Nick for the tag, however he isn’t as lucky.
The announcers continue to sell the bad wheel of Matt Jackson now as he clutches at his leg after going down. We see Matt roll up Dax, only for Cash to quickly jump in to break up the pin attempt before the referee can reach the count of three. Now, Cash is sent to the outside.
The crowd pops as Matt hits a huge spot despite the bum wheel. Finally, Matt manages to make it to his corner to make the very badly needed tag to Nick Jackson.
Nick takes the hot tag and enters the ring like a man possessed, flying all over the place and taking out any-and-everything that moves as the crowd inside Daily’s Place comes alive. This match keeps hitting new levels of awesomeness as this one continues to develop.
The match continues to escalate as the story in the ring keeps developing. We see a BTE Trigger from the Jackson duo for a close nearfall, however FTR stays alive. Nick Jackson hits a crazy dive onto Wheeler on the floor. Meanwhile in the ring, Matt Jackson has a steel chair.
He threatens to blast Dax Harwood with it, and Harwood is actually begging him to do so, knowing it will get him disqualified. We see Nick from the ring apron pleading with Matt not to do it.
Matt pretends like he is, as he revs back with the chair but as Harwood flinches and covers up in anticipation of the match-ending chair shot, Matt lets go of the chair in mid-swing and picks Harwood up, looking for the Meltzer Driver as Nick is primed in position on the ring apron. Instead, Harwood transitioned Matt mid-air and Cash gets the Mind Breaker for the cover, however Matt gets his foot on the bottom rope to break the pin.
Now we see an Inverted Figure Four and an added Ankle Lock on Matt’s already injured leg. Matt tries to grab the bottom rope, but Dax pulls him back. Cash runs at Nick, who side steps and then hits the 450 splash from the top turnbuckle to assist Matt out of the submission hold.
Moments later, with Cash and Matt as the two legal men in the ring and their teammates, Nick and Dax nowhere to be found, Cash hits a monsterous Superkick that looks to have knocked Matt fully unconscious. This is followed-up by a big Springboard 450 splash attempted by Cash, however Matt rolls out of the way just in time. He then follows up with an enormous Superkick of his own and makes the cover, scoring the 1-2-3. The Young Bucks are the new AEW World Tag-Team Champions!
Winners and NEW AEW World Tag-Team Champions: The Young Bucks
After the Match
Nick quickly jumps in the ring to celebrate with Matt as the fans explode and The Young Bucks music plays while the commentary trio of J.R., Schiavone and Excalibur do their best to help illustrate the big moment feel this has.
Kenny Omega runs out and joins in on the celebration with his fellow members of The Elite. Matt is assisted to his feet as he can’t stand on his ankle. Meanwhile the camera shows Dax and Cash are sitting with a look of defeat as they remain on the outside of the ring. We head into replays of some of the high spots during the match.
Nick and Matt Jackson have finally captured well-deserved championship gold in All Elite Wrestling with their win over FTR here at AEW Full Gear 2020.
The Elite Deletion
Sammy Guevara vs. Matt Hardy
Now the video package airs telling the story leading up to tonight’s “Elite Deletion Match” between Inner Circle member “The Spanish God” Sammy Guevara and “BROKEN” Matt Hardy.
The package wraps up and now we get ready for our lone “cinematic experience” style showdown on tonight’s AEW Full Gear 2020 PPV card, as it’s time for “The Elite Deletion.”
We send things to the compound where The Elite Deletion cinematic experience showdown will be taking place. There is a full wrestling ring set up in the dirt at the compound, complete with AEW Full Gear ring apron dressing.
After Guevara and Hardy take turns beating the crap out of each other, street fight style, all over the dirt-covered compound, they finally brawl over towards the aforementioned wrestling ring.
As the two continue shouting while delivering punishment to the other, both guys finally find themselves inside the ring. A table is brought into the ring now and set up. Hardy yells “it’s over!” as he hoists Guevara up. He power-bombs him down through the table.
Hardy can’t finish him off, however, as in from out of nowhere runs Ortiz, followed by Santana. The Proud ‘N’ Powerful duo of the Inner Circle help their fellow member Sammy Guevara by hitting the ring to attack Hardy, stopping him from putting Guevara away.
As Ortiz and Santana help deliver a three-on-one beatdown on Hardy, with Guevara recovered and joining in on the attack, we see the camera flashing to Matt Hardy’s pals Private Party — Marq Quen and Isiah Kassidy — who are inside a car near where the action is unfolding.
Finally we hear them say they’re ready and they exit the automobile and hit the ring, helping even up the numbers game now as they take it to Santana and Ortiz. While those guys brawl, Hardy exits the ring and finds his way over to some heavy-duty fireworks, which he shoots at the ring with the fireworks-gun that they are firing out of.
Guevara exits the ring and finds a fireworks gun of his own, and while behind some trenches like a scene from a war movie, Hardy and Guevara shoot fireworks and flames at each other. Now the camera heads back inside the ring where the fight is still ongoing between the teams of Private Party and Proud ‘N’ Powerful.
Private Party knock Santana and Ortiz out of the ring and follow up with a tribute to the Hardy Boyz as Quen leaps off of Kassidy’s back while he was on all fours to leap over the top-rope and splash onto both members of Proud ‘N’ Powerful.
As that scene wraps up, the Elite Deletion moves back to the fireworks battle between the primary competitors in the contest. As Hardy goes to finish off Guevara we hear a man with a disguised voice say, “I wouldn’t do that, Hardy!” We see a guy in all black standing before Hardy. He removes a mask to reveal that he is none other than Gangrel, aka David Heath, the former leader of the Brood.
Gangrel has Shane “The Hurricaner” Helms and after Hardy gets physical, he frees Hurricane from the grasp of Gangrel, who flees the scene. Now Guevara re-enters the picture and throws Hurricane into a lake or some body of water. He asks what a super hero is to a god, a Spanish God. He says it’s time to finish off Hardy. Sammy blocks a big shot from Hardy and plants him with a DDT.
Now up walks Shane Helms dressed up as Gregory Helms, the reporter in street clothes who is around when The Hurricane is not, ya know, the whole Superman gimmick.
Anyways, we head back to the ring where Gangrel is, as are Private Party, Santana and Ortiz. Up walks Guevara and eventually Hardy. There is action going on all over the place, so much so that it’s getting hard to keep up with all that is going on!
Guevara pursues Hardy, who disappers in the woods as he walks off. Both guys walk out of frame now as the brawl with Private Party, Santana, Ortiz and Gangrel continues in the ring. Hurricane is back as well and in the mix with those guys. Now Santana and Ortiz exit the ring and they walk off looking for Guevara and Hardy.
Guevara finally approaches Hardy, and as Guevara’s friends start to closely approach behind them, we hear Hardy call for the door to deletion to be closed. A garage door lowers down, locking Hardy and Guevara away from the rest of the guys. Hardy and Guevara start to brawl inside the garage, where another full pro wrestling ring is set up, as are other props such as a coffin/casket, steel chairs, ladders, lawn mowers, tables and other stuff.
In the ring, Guevara removes the steel hook that the turnbuckle is attached to while Hardy sets up a table. Guevara hits Hardy with it and then goes to work on ther middle turnbuckle and steel hook under the top one he just removed. He did that to remove the entire top-rope, which he is now using to choke Hardy after wrapping it around his throat. As he squeezes on the ropes and tightens the choke, we hear some horror music and horror movie sound effects as Hardy seemingly goes unconscious.
Guevara lets go of the ropes/choke and rolls Hardy over. He picks him up and lays him on the table that is set up inside the ring. Now he takes his t-shirt off and begins climbing a giant ladder that is set up inside the ring. He climbs to the top where he has to duck to avoid his head hitting the roof. He jumps off and hits a swanton bomb, ala Jeff Hardy, and covers him. Somehow, Hardy finds it in him to kick out before the count of three.
We hear the horror movie sound effects and creepy music intensifying now as Hardy recovers and grabs Guevara, blasting him with a Twist of Fate. Guevara uses the ropes tgo pull himself up outside on the ring apron. Hardy charges him and dives, blasting him with a spear as he flies through the ropes. The two crash backwards together with Hardy’s spear putting Guevara through a set up table outside the ring.
Now we see some blood on the arms and back of Guevara as he struggles to crawl around in an attempt to make it back to his feet. Hardy grabs a steel chair and in poking fashion, blasts Guevara with one of the chairs legs right in the face. He folds the chair up and stalks around Guevara. He gets down and grabs him by the face and shouts, “You’ve made me into what I am!”
He goes back and picks up the steel chair. With Guevara face-first on the concrete, Hardy lays the steel chair across the back of his head. He baseball swings it like a sledgehammer in a power contest at a circus and smashes it into the back of Guevara’s head, smashing his face into the concrete with the impact. He covers him and gets the win.
Winner: Matt Hardy
After The Match: Private Party Helps Matt Hardy Take Out The Trash
He then yells “It’s over! It’s over! Neo, unlock the dome! Private Party. come in! Please, help me take out the trash!”
With that said, the three pick up a lifeless Guevara and stuff him into a trashcan and close the lid. They take him out of the garage and put him in the back of a car. The car drives off.
We see Hardy’s wife playing the piano and as her piano music continues to play, the commentary trio of J.R., Schiavone and Excalibur talk us through some match highlights.
When we return live, we see Hardy, his wife and Private Party joined by The Hurricane as they shoot off some fireworks in celebration of The Elite Deletion victory.
Jake “The Snake” Roberts & “The Murderhawk Monster” Lance Archer
Jake Roberts is shown with Lance Archer outside in a promo segment. Roberts talks about having the unfortunate task of feeding this monster.
He then stands back as Archer starts talking. He talks about being ready to make an example out of everyone on the AEW roster if need be, but noting he is focused specifically on taking out Eddie Kingston and every member of his “Fam.”
He says everyone dies as his final words and then we head back to the commentary table for pre-match hype for our next bout here at AEW Full Gear.
Inner Circle Spot On-The-Line
Chris Jericho vs. MJF
It’s time for our co-main event of the evening here at AEW Full Gear, as the showdown between “The Demo God” Chris Jericho and “The Ratings Ruler” MJF is up next.
Remember, Maxwell Jacob Friedman has said he will do whatever it takes, literally, to get a win over Chris Jericho, as with a victory, he earns a spot as a member in the Inner Circle.
The pre-match video package for our battle of “Le Dinner Debonair Duo” is up next. The video is wrapped up now and we are back LIVE inside Daily’s Place where the lights go down.
Before they come back on, we see the trademark Chris Jericho pose with the light-up jacket lights being the only thing shining through the darkness inside the amphitheater here in Jacksonville, FL.
As the camera closes in tighter and tighter on the shot, the theme music for our first entrant in tonight’s co-main event starts. “I’m better than you, and you know it!”
He does the jacked-up arm pull gesture as he turns in the light-up jacket, just like a prime baby face Chris Jericho would do in WWE. He makes his way to the ring accompanied by Wardlow.
As MJF settles inside the ring, we hear the familiar Fozzy fan-favorite funk as the feverish fanbase featured inside Daily’s Place begins singing along to “Judas In My Mind.”
“Le Champion” and the leader of the Inner Circle makes his way down to the ring with his spiked shoulder-pad jacket on, smiling ear-to-ear as he enters the ring and listens as the fans finish his theme acopella.
The bell sounds and here we go as Jericho plays to the crowd some more while MJF pulls up his elbow pad. MJF now motions for the fans to quiet down. They boo. MJF puts one hand behind his back and extends the other to Jericho for a sportsmanlike pre-match handshake.
The fans chant “you suck!” at him as he reaches again to Jericho for a pre-match sign of good sportsmanship. Jericho, instead, b*tch-slaps Friedman across the mouth, and on that note, we’re off-and-runnin’!
Jericho slams MJF down and plays to the crowd some more. He heads back over to MJF and picks him up, leaning him against the ropes and blasting him repeatedly with sharp knife-edge chops. Jericho gets MJF in the corner and fires away with punches.
He whips him into the other corner, however MJF hits and runs off, charging back at Jericho and decking him with a big clothesline. MJF looks to add to his offensive momentum, firing away at Jericho with punches before sending him over the top-rope and out to the floor. MJF hits the ropes and looks for a dive, or does he?
No, he doesn’t. He runs back at the other ropes and then runs forward, stopping to do the “F-U” arm-to-arm gesture, as Jericho watches on from the floor and the fans boo. Jericho yanks MJF out to the floor and blasts him, decking him and then grabbing a camera from one of the cameramen at ringside.
He points the camera down at MJF and reaches his own hand around in front of the lens, pointing down at a grounded MJF and flipping him off as the fans pop and start chanting for Jericho and AEW. Back in the ring, Jericho pulls even further ahead as the gap widens between the two and “Le Champion” settles into a comfortable offensive lead.
Jericho fires up as he hits the Lionsault and then takes MJF to the top-rope, coming off with a nice top-rope hurricanrana for a close near-fall. Jericho continues to show signs of his younger self, which the announcers do a good job of pointing out based on certain spots he hits in the match. Finally, MJF shows his first sign of life in a while as he fires back at Jericho as the two start exchanging shots on the feet.
MJF starts yelling at Jericho as he blasts him with big shots. As they trade strikes the fans do dueling “Boo!” and “Yay!” chants, with Jericho getting the babyface reaction and MJF getting the heel response from the fans here in Jacksonville. Jericho shifts the momentum back in his favor, locking MJF in the Liontamer / Walls of Jericho. Friedman shouts out in pain as he scratches and claws his way to the bottom rope, forcing a break of the hold.
Jericho lets go and walks off celebrating like he won the match until Aubrey Edwards informs him that the match isn’t over and that MJF actually made it to the ropes. Jericho goes back to work on MJF, putting the boots to a grounded Friedman before turning his attention to referee Aubrey Edwards, who he tries to pull in between himself and MJF as she yells, “Don’t touch me!”
Friedman hits the Codebreaker on Jericho out of the ropes and then a Heatseeker for a close near fall. That looked scary as Jericho landed on top of his head on the way down. Meanwhile, the crowd comes alive. MJF gets back to his feet and he looks for a Lionsault of his own, however Jericho avoids it and catches him coming down with a Codebreaker. He covers him for another nearfall, with MJF kicking out at 2 and 1/2.
A Judas Effect attempt backfires and MJF takes advantage, putting Jericho in the Fujiwara Armbar and yanking away. Jericho makes it to the ropes to force the hold to be broken. MJF calls for the Dynamite Diamond Ring and out comes Wardlow. He gives it to MJF. Before MJF can use it, however, Jericho calls for Floyd the baseball bat from Jake Hager, who was at ringside.
MJF looks shocked and nervous, and as Jericho winds up with the bat, MJF pulls an Eddie Guerrero, simply taking a flat-back without getting touched and pretending like Jericho hit him with the bat, as referee Aubrey Edwards turns to see Jericho holding the bat and MJF seemingly laid out. As Jericho tries to explain to Edwards what really happened, MJF comes alive and yanks the trunks of Jericho, rolling him up and holding the trunks to score the pinfall victory.
Winner and NEWEST member of the Inner Circle: MJF
After The Match: Welcome MJF & Wardlow To The Inner Circle, Baby!
After the match, MJF and Chris Jericho stare each other down. Hager is standing at Jericho’s side while Wardlow stands by MJF’s side.
The two stare for a while and then MJF extends his hand to Jericho. Jericho pauses and then shakes it, pulling MJF in and hugging him.
“Welcome MJF and Wardlow to the Inner Circle, baby!” says ‘Le Champion’ and the leader of the Inner Circle, which just grew by two members (or one, if Sammy Guevara is dead after Elite Deletion!)
Backstage: Miro, Kip Sabian & Penelope Ford Approach Orange Cassidy & Best Friends
We head backstage where The Best Friends are standing alongside the “Freshly Squeezed” one himself, Orange Cassidy. They talk about the big win Orange Cassidy had over John “4” Silver of the Dark Order earlier this evening.
As they continue to talk, in walks the trio of “The Best Man” Miro, Kip Sabian and Penelope Ford. They demand an apology from Cassidy, as they point out that his recent “shenanigans” almost hurt Ford.
Cassidy gives a very insincere apology, which they weren’t satisfied with.
AEW World Heavyweight Championship
(“I QUIT MATCH”)
Jon Moxley (c) vs. Eddie Kingston
Here … we … go! It’s finally main event time here at AEW Full Gear 2020, as the AEW World Heavyweight Championship is on-the-line next when current title-holder Jon Moxley meets longtime friend turned bitter rival, Eddie Kingston, in an “I Quit Match.”
The pre-match video package airs to catch fans up on the storied rivalry between the champion and challenger heading into tonight’s highly-anticipated showdown.
Back live inside Daily’s Place, we see “The Dapper Yapper” Justin Roberts handling his final assignment of the evening, as he begins the pre-match ring introductions for Eddie Kingston. His music plays and out he comes looking all business, as he heads to the ring.
The challenger is settled into the squared circle now. His music fades down and after the static-snowy screen fades, the familiar theme music of the reigning, defending AEW World Heavyweight Champion Jon Moxley begins playing.
Mox makes his usual unique entrance, opting to make his way through the side of the amphitheater instead of the typical entrance tunnel that everyone else enters through. The fans erupt as the leader of “The Paradigm Shift” in the industry and “The Purveyor of Violence” makes his way to the ring, also looking all-business as he readies for our main event of the evening.
With both men in the ring now, Mox’s music fades down. Mox kneels and prays in the corner like Rocky Balboa before a big boxing match in the motion-pictures! Kingston finishes up some pre-match stretching and now J.R. sends it to Justin Roberts one final time as he handles the formal pre-match introductions for this championship main event contest.
Now that all of the bells and whistles, as UFC President Dana White calls them are behind us, the referee holds the AEW World Heavyweight Championship up in the air to show both men what they are fighting for this evening. Excalibur points out that Tracy Smothers is the inspiration for Eddie Kingston’s performance tonight, as the challenger has dedicated his performance to the recently deceased pro wrestling legend.
The bell sounds and we’re off-and-running with our featured match of the evening. Moxley and Kingston exchange ferocious punches, ala Don Frye and Yoshihiro Takayama in the heydey of PRIDE Fighting Championships in Japan. As the smoke clears and the dust settles, they trade in their punches for chops and we see Mox take Kingston down and briefly control him on the mat.
The action ends up back on the feet with both guys taking turns trading chops and then taking turns b*tch-smacking the hell out of each other back-and-forth. Kingston starts to pull ahead, as he nearly takes Mox’s leg out from him with a big kick and then he blasts Mox with a belly-to-back suplex. Mox rolls to the floor, however Kingston goes out after him.
Kingston picks Mox up and rolls him in the ring, but before he can re-enter the ring as well, Mox hits the ropes and sprints across the ring, flying the ropes and splashing onto Kingston with a wild tope suicida. As the fight continues on the floor, Mox isolates Kingston’s arm and threatens to break the fingers of Kingston as he bends them backwards and yanks on them. The two continue to brawl their way up the entrance aisle next to the ramp.
Finally, the two return the action inside the ring where a steel chair and eventually a barbed wire baseball bat join them. Both guys are busted open and bleeding now after their brawl around the venue and usage of the aforementioned weapons in the ring now, as the violence level in this one is starting to increase by a couple of notches.
We see Kingston show his first signs of life in a while, as he uses a surge of energy to blast Mox with a belly-to-back suplex. And another. He grabs the steel chair and from his knees, ala Sabu in the original ECW, throws it and blasts Mox in the head with it. From their knees and butt, Mox and Kingston exchange eye-gouges and punches. The challenger gets the better of the exchange and decks the champ. He stands up and picks Mox up, tripping him down so he falls onto the barbed wire baseball bat.
Kingston grabs the steel chair and walks over to Mox. He swings it hard, like The Rock blasting Ken Shamrock right in the grill as hard as he can, or The Rock blasting Mick Foley in their own I Quit Match at the Royal Rumble match featured in the Beyond The Mat documentary. Kingston continues to punish Mox. He stands a lifeless Mox up and blasts him with the spinning-back-fist that started his troubles the last time these two went at it. Kingston locks Mox in the same choke the champ used to beat him in their first match on AEW Dynamite.
Mox tries to bite at Kingston to escape the hold, however Kingston keeps it on regardless. He eventually lets it go and sits Mox down in the corner. The camera closes in on Mox’s blood-covered face. Kingston unfolds a steel chair and sets it in the middle of the ring. Mox ends up turning the tables and hoisting Kingston up, suplexing him down onto the unfolded chair set up in the middle of the ring. He holds his back after the landing, but is still up before Mox and back to delivering punishment to the champ.
He leaves him laying in the ring covered in his own blood now as he heads out under the ring for some more goodies. This time he pulls out a sack, presumably of thumbtacks. Indeed. He re-enters the ring and opens the sack, grabbing a handful of shiney silver thumbtacks and sprinkling them all over the ring mat. Before he can do anything further, however, Mox fires up and hits a big clothesline that floors the challenger. Mox, who is bleeding even more than he was earlier now, with more blood pouring out of his nose in addition to the blood flowing from his forehead.
Kingston ends up slamming Mox with great authority on the pile of thumbtacks he poured on the ring mat. He exits the ring and grabs a single strand of barbed wire from the barbed wire baseball bat used earlier in the match. The same strand he used to dig and claw at the face of Mox to open up the cut that is free-flowing blood. Now we see Kingston grabbed a bottle of rubbing alcohol, as he is apparently intending on adding a little burn to the open wounds of the champion.
Kingston puts the boots to a grounded Mox, including one that he slams down between the legs of Mox, which he held up in the air. The low-blow stomp from Kingston prompts a writhing in pain Mox to flip off Kingston from his back. Finally, with Mox crawling around in pain, Kingston unscrews the lid off of the bottle of rubbing alcohol. He pours it onto the bloody back of the champion as he screams in agony and the fan-noise inside Daily’s Place picks up. Kingston now exits the ring and grabs the loose strand of barbed wire. He re-enters the ring with it and locks Mox in the Bulldog Choke that Mox used to beat Kingston in their previous match.
He chokes away at Mox, but as Schiavone points out on commentary, Kingston is gripping and squeezing but letting go so he can squeeze some more, almost toying with Mox and letting him keep just enough air in his lungs to stay conscious and deal with the pain and unpleasantness. Mox ends up firing up and making a comeback, taking it to Kingston. He hits the Paradigm Shift on Kingston.
Mox wraps the loose strand of barbed wire around his arm and then he stalks his prey. He finally locks in the Bulldog Choke with the arm that is choking the throat of Kingston being the one wrapped in the single strand of barbed wire. Eventually Kingston has no choice but to say the two words he didn’t want to utter. “I quit.” Jon Moxley’s music begins playing and the referee hands him the AEW World Heavyweight Championship belt, which he is still the proud owner of after this brutally violent “I Quit Match” main event here at AEW Full Gear.
Winner and STILL AEW World Heavyweight Champion: Jon Moxley
After The Match: Kenny Omega Confronts Jon Moxley
After the match, Mox celebrates and yells about what makes a true AEW World Heavyweight Champion into the camera as he leans through the ropes from inside the ring. Finally he makes his way over to Kingston and he tries to help him to his feet as he looks emotional. Finally he tries again and this time he helps Kingston up, but as soon as Kingston makes it to a vertical base, he shoves Mox off of him and exits the ring, heading to the back.
Mox heads over the climbs to the top-rope, posing with the AEW World Heavyweight Championship. As he comes down off the ropes, out walks the man who will challenge him next for the AEW World Heavyweight Championship, the man Moxley debuted in AEW by attacking and the man who emerged victorious in the finals of the World Title Eliminator Tournament earlier in the show — Kenny Omega. Omega stares down Mox from the ring entrance ramp. They acknowledge each other and then Omega heads to the back as Mox continues his post-match celebration and J.R. wraps up the broadcast, thanking us for stopping by and reminding us to tune into the post-PPV episode of AEW Dynamite on TNT this coming Wednesday night.
Thanks for joining us here this evening for our live results coverage of the AEW Full Gear 2020 pay-per-view. That will do it for tonight. Make sure to stop back by here this coming Wednesday night for the best AEW Dynamite live results coverage on the web!