AEW is nearing its next PPV named Full Gear and things are heating on AEW Dynamite building up to the event. The final match of the night featured The Young Bucks, Private Party, John Silver & Alex Reynolds, and The Butcher & The Blade, with the winner getting a title shot against FTR at Full Gear on November 7.
Young Bucks won the match after a grueling battle; however, a major incident happened during the match. Alex Reynolds was laying flat in the center of the ring as the Private Party climbed up the top rope.
Private Party then delivered a double team top rope move. The move combined with a frog splash and a leg drop off the top, which landed straight on Reynold’s head.
Reynolds didn’t move an inch post the move and looked like a dead body. He was then dragged to the corner by The Blade, so that he could replace Reynolds in the match.
Reynolds was attended at ringside during the match. Post that, AEW Vice President, Cody Rhodes, came out to look at the injured Superstar.
AEW Full Gear is just 15 days away. The card is fifty percent complete and looks like a success on paper. After tonight’s main event, Young Bucks have earned the opportunity to face FTR. Both teams will clash for the AEW Tag Team championships.
Matt Hardy returned last week to Dynamite to continue his rivalry with Sammy Guevara. The two Superstars will now face each other in an “Elite Deletion” match.
Next week on AEW Dynamite, Rey Fenix will face Kenny Omega and Adam Page will face Wardlow. The winners of both those matches will face each other to get a shot at Jon Moxley and the AEW World Championship.
Cody Rhodes is a fighting champion and defends his title week after week. At Full Gear, Rhodes will defend his title against Darby Allin.
The main event will see Jon Moxley defending his title against Eddie Kingston. There will certainly be revenge on Moxley’s mind after that assault from Kingston last week.