Tag: All Elite Wrestling

Britt Baker Sustained A ‘Pretty Bad’ Concussion At AEW Fight For The Fallen

AEW Pro wrestler and real-life practicing dentist Britt Baker had her second match for All Elite Wrestling this Saturday at Fight For The Fallen when she and Riho teamed up against Bea Priestly and Shoko Nakajima. The match included a moment of Baker tagging Nakajima, then realizing her mistake and quickly moving to the other […]

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Everything You Need To Know Going Into AEW Fight For The Fallen

AEW Between a parody show at a video game convention and their next actual pay-per-view event, All Elite Wrestling has Fight for the Fallen coming up this Saturday. Like Fyter Fest, it will air on Bleacher Report Live for free in the U.S. and on Fite internationally for various prices that you can find here. […]

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Enzo Amore And AEW’s Joey Janela Got Into A Real Fight At A Blink-182 Concert

WWE Since he signed with All Elite Wrestling, Joey Janela‘s most notable accomplishment has been main-eventing the new company’s second show against Jon Moxley, getting tacks stuck in his bare feet in the process. Since his release from WWE, former Cruiserweight Champion Enzo Amore’s most notable “accomplishments” have been getting kicked out of Survivor Series […]

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AEW Announced A New Match For Saturday’s Fight For The Fallen

Being The Elite The latest episode of Being The Elite set up a new match for AEW Fight For The Fallen, SCU (Scorpio Sky and Frankie Kazarian) vs the Lucha Bros. All three members of SCU took part in announcing the bout, but Kazarian did most of the heavy lifting, saying, It’s no secret AEW […]

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Ric Flair Denied Rumors He Was Scheduled To Appear At AEW Double Or Nothing

WWE As you remember if you watched AEW’s first PPV, Double Or Nothing, last month, Bret Hart made a surprise appearance to reveal the AEW Championship belt, and was part of a segment with MJF, Adam Page, Jimmy Havoc, and Jungly Boy, which set up a fourway match at last night’s Fyter Fest. After the […]

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AEW Fyter Fest 2019 Open Discussion Thread

AEW AEW Fyter Fest airs live on Saturday, June 29, on Bleacher Report Live and Fite TV, starting at 8:30 PM Eastern, with a pre-show starting at 7:30. It will include the All Elite Wrestling in-ring debuts of Jon Moxley and Darby Allin, a match with consequences for an upcoming tag team tournament, and, I’m […]

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WWE And AEW Are Reportedly Both Interested In Two Impact Stars

Impact Wrestling Impact contracts are a constant source of conversation lately (maybe even more than WWE contracts), with Jordynne Grace belatedly signing one, Scarlett Bordeaux being released from hers, and Killer Kross still trying to get out of his. Now a new report has emerged about whose contracts are about to expire next, and who […]

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AEW Added A Dangerous Stipulation To Jon Moxley’s Match At Fyter Fest

AEW When All Elite Wrestling added Joey Janela and Jimmy Havoc to their roster, it seemed like there could be a more violent and bloody element to the promotion than most other current televised wrestling. (Janela thought there would be.) The addition of Jon Moxley, who used barbed wire in his teaser video for his […]

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Jon Moxley Will Miss The NJPW G1 Show In America, Reportedly Because Of His AEW Contract

NJPW Jon Moxley made his first post-WWE live appearance in the wrestling world when he showed up at All Elite Wrestling‘s Double or Nothing and announced he had signed with the new company. His first in-ring success, however, came in New Japan Pro Wrestling, where he defeated Juice Robinson to win the IWGP United States […]

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AEW’s Young Bucks And Lucha Brothers Faced Off Again At AAA Verano De Escándalo

AAA Verano de Escándalo is typically AAA‘s last major show before Triplemanía and this year’s show included performers from their new American partner company (and new company in general), All Elite Wrestling. While it didn’t clearly set up any AEW involvement in AAA’s biggest show of the year on August 3 (on which we already […]

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Batista Doesn’t Think AEW Is Legitimate Competition For WWE

WWE Dave “The Animal” “Batista” “Drax” “Sapper Morton from Blade Runner 2049” Bautista has officially retired from the pro graps game after losing a career vs. career match with Triple H at WrestleMania 35, but that doesn’t mean he won’t comment on what’s going on in the wrestling world. In an interview with WSVN-TV reporter […]

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Chris Jericho Is All Elite And Always Evolving

James Musselwhite Chirs Jericho is both a busy man and one who keeps his fans guessing. Since leaving WWE in 2017, he’s created another new gimmick, worked high profile matches in New Japan Pro Wrestling, spearheaded a successful cruise (or Rock N’ Wrestling Rager At Sea, if you will) that’s getting a sequel in January […]

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An OWE Executive Talked About Visa Issues And Plans For Their Partnership With AEW

OWE China-based wrestling promotion Oriental Wrestling Entertainment (OWE) got its most international exposure yet at AEW Double or Nothing when three wrestlers from its #STRONGHEARTS stable (Cima, El Lindaman, and T-Hawk) took on SCU. A recent article in the South China Morning Post revealed that more OWE wrestlers were supposed to be on the show, […]

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AEW’s Double Or Nothing Pay-Per-View May Set A Buy-Rate Record

All Elite Wrestling In the run-up to AEW Double Or Nothing last week, a lot of people in the wrestling community were questioning if the upstart company could really pull off an actual old-fashioned wrestling PPV that cost $50 to watch, in an age where every WWE show is available on the Network for $9.99 […]

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Jon Moxley’s First AEW Match Has Been Announced

AEW Since he showed up at Double or Nothing on Saturday, big announcements about Jon Moxley‘s wrestling career have just kept coming. We learned his arrival in New Japan Pro Wrestling had been teased for about a month and that his first match there will be for Juice Robinson’s United States Championship. Last night, All […]

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The GLOW-Up: AEW And Nontraditional Wrestling Fans

All Elite Wrestling I want to tell you a story. Anecdotes don’t equal data, as contrarians on the internet are always especially quick to point out. But I think stories are important (Tyrion Lannister would back me up on this), and they can provide insight whether or not they exactly equal truth. Because here’s the […]

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Sami Zayn’s AEW Shout-Out On Raw Was Probably Scripted, But There’s Drama Anyway

WWE Last night on Raw, Sami Zayn did an audience Q&A segment called The Electric Chair, which for some reason involved sitting in a real(ish) electric chair in the middle of the ring while answering what appear to be actual (but well-screened) questions from the crowd. Then when Sami got heelishly fed up with the […]

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