AEW will have its first-ever Southern California pay-per-view at the Kia Forum on November 18th. With numerous matches scheduled and the anticipation of a lengthy event, including the post-show press conference, we have a stacked card to delve into.
Ringside News provided complete coverage of AEW Collision this week. It was quite a show as they put the finishing touches on things before Full Gear.
During AEW Collision this week, Buddy Matthews retrieved a chair from ringside, signaling his intent to cause further damage. However, Claudio Castagnoli rushed to the ring and entered, prompting Matthews to remain outside the ring. Castagnoli grabbed a microphone and expressed his frustration with Matthews, declaring that he had been irritating him for several weeks. He then challenged Matthews to face him at Full Gear. Matthews indicated his acceptance of the challenge, setting the stage for an anticipated showdown.
This should be a big show, and you can’t forget about AEW’s big surprise signing as well. You may click here for big spoiler on who that is expected to be.
Ringside News will have full coverage of AEW Full Gear, and everything else in the pro wrestling world. You can check out the updated card below.
AEW Full Gear 2023 Card:
- MJF (c) and TBA vs. The Gunns – ROH Tag Team Titles
- MJF (c) vs. Jay White – AEW World Title
- Hikaru Shida (c) vs. “Timeless” Toni Storm – AEW Women’s Title
- Ricky Starks & Big Bill vs FTR vs House of Black vs LFI – AEW Tag Team Titles
- Sting, Darby Allin, and Adam Copeland vs. Christian Cage, Luchasaurus, and Nick Wayne (with Ric Flair)
- Orange Cassidy (c) vs. Jon Moxley – AEW International Title
- Adam “Hangman” Page vs Swerve Strickland – Texas Death Match
- Kenny Omega & Chris Jericho vs The Young Bucks
- Buddy Matthews vs Claudio Catagnoli
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November 17, 2023 9:57 pm