‘You F*cked Up’- Fans in Dismay as Miro Uses the Referee to Beat Eddie Kingston at AEW All Out 2021

Published 09/05/2021, 9:13 PM EDT


The much-awaited AEW All Out PPV is here from the NOW Arena in Hoffman Estates, Illinois!. Chicago is insanely loud with their support for the company and so far, the PPV has not disappointed. The first match of the night was between Miro and Eddie Kingston for the AEW TNT Championship.

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The very first match on the card was a physical match-up between Miro and Kingston, and we know both the wrestlers for their brutality.

However, ‘The Redeemer’ emerged victoriously after a tough battle and retained his title against his challenger. The crowd did not like the outcome of the match, leading to a “you fu**ed up” chant for the referee.

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Miro retained the TNT Championship in controversial fashion

Right off the bat, Kingston tried for a suplex, but Miro got away and bailed out to the floor to buy some time. Meanwhile, the capacity crowd was chanting for Kingston the entire time.

However, this match was not an easy walk-over for ‘God’s favorite champion’. Eddie Kingston gave a tough fight to the champion. During the match, Kingston delivered a nasty-looking suplex to Miro, which really slowed him down.

Towards the end, Kingston was in the corner when Miro tried a suplex. However, Kingston ripped the top turnbuckle pad off in the process, exposing the cold steel underneath it.

Kingston hit Miro with a spinning back fist, then into a DDT for a two-count because the referee was slow to count as he was trying to put the turnbuckle pad back on the top rope.

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The crowd instantly started booing the referee. Kingston with knees to the head and tries to throw Miro into that exposed corner, but the referee gets in the way to stop him.

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Miro then hit Kingston with a low blow with the referee’s vision blocked and hit two high-kicks to the face of Kingston for the win.

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Prithvi Mishra

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Prithvi Mishra is a WWE and AEW author for EssentiallySports. Having started his career as a UFC writer, Prithvi has nearly 2 years worth of experience in covering combat sports. Eventually, Prithvi decided to write for his passion and first love- pro wrestling.

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