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AEW Full Gear Buy In Recap & Review

AEW Full Gear Buy In

Original Air Date: November 9, 2019
Event Date: November 9, 2019
(aired live)

City: Baltimore, MD
Venue: Royal Farms Arena

Commentary: Excalibur, Taz, Goldenboy
Ring Announcer: Justin Roberts


Santana and Ortiz talk about being proud and powerful in New York, NY. Meanwhile, the Young Bucks talk about being leaders in AEW. Nick and Matt wonder if they’re still the best. Ortiz and Santana are hungry, and they’re coming for the Young Buck’s spot.

Jon Moxley talks about the injury that kept him out of All Out and his return for tonight’s match.

Kenny Omega talks about wrestling in Japan and how it inspired him throughout his career. Meanwhile, Jon Moxley talks about coming up in wrestling through the violence of CZW. Omega dismisses Moxley’s violent past, and Moxley thinks Omega can’t hang with him in a violent match.

A look at the events leading up to the AEW Title Match between Le Champion Chris Jericho and Cody.

Britt Baker claims Bea Priestley is unprofessional. She’s upset that Priestley injured her then didn’t even check on her during her recovery.


Match 1
Bea Priestley vs Dr. Britt Baker, D.M.D.
(referee: Aubrey Edwards)

Show/Hide Results

Result: Britt Baker wins via submission with Lockjaw
Time: 11:28

Match Thoughts
Very good match. Priestley was aggressive, but Baker was fighting angry. This was a good match-up, and I think this was probably Priestley’s best match in AEW so far.


Ring Area
After the match, Brandi Rhodes and Awesome Kong head to the ring. Baker has already left the ring, but Priestley is just getting up when Kong enters the ring. Kong hits Priestley with a double-underhook facebuster. Brandi then assists as Kong cuts off a lock of Priestley’s hair.

Another look at the Young Bucks and Santana and Ortiz.

Ring Area
Jim Ross joins Excalibur at ringside as the pre-show comes to an end.


Show Impressions
The match was good, and I liked the promo videos. There are worse PPV pre-shows (most of them involve Pat McAfee).



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