From various perspectives, AEW is another exertion in the wrestling arena. That is until the last two matches of the night brought an interesting methodology that no one but AEW can genuinely convey with an absence of the limitations forced on WWE endeavors and the world-class level abilities on the All Elite Wrestling list.
Cody missed the mark in a war with AEW champion Chris Jericho, enduring the mortification of MJF not just quitting as Jericho secured in the Lion Tamer yet, in addition, seeing his closest companion turn on him with a low blow after the finish of the match. In the headliner “lights out” coordinate between Kenny Omega and Jon Moxley, apparently, every assortment of weapon was brought into play before Moxley, at last, got the success over Omega in a fierce, blood-filled fight to settle their months-old issues. In other title activity, SCU had the option to hold the label title while Riho rose to hold the AEW ladies’ title.
UNSANCTIONED LIGHTS OUT MATCH
Jon Moxley defeated Kenny Omega
AEW WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP
Chris Jericho with Jake Hager (c) defeated Cody with MJF
AEW WOMEN’S WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP
Riho (c) defeated Emi Sakura
AEW WORLD TAG TEAM CHAMPIONSHIP
SCU (Frankie Kazarian and Scorpio Sky) (c) defeated Lucha Bros and Private Party
Shawn Spears (with Tully Blanchard) defeated Joey Janela
“Hangman” Adam Page defeated PAC
Santana and Ortiz defeated The Young Bucks
THE BUY IN
Britt Baker defeated Bea Priestley