An exploding barbed wire death match between Kenny Omega and Jon Moxley for the AEW World Title main events a great PPV, AEW Revolution!
Jon Moxley put the AEW World Title on the line in an I Quit match against Eddie Kingston, The Young Bucks challenge FTR for the AEW Tag Titles, Darby Allin battles for Cody Rhodes’ TNT Title, and more on a great night of action in Full Gear.
Serena Deeb defends the NWA Women’s Title againt Allysin Kay and Full Gear is fully previewed in a good start to tonight’s AEW action.
Nyla Rose defends the AEW Women’s Title against Hikaru Shida, Jon Moxley battles to take back the AEW Title belt Brodie Lee stole from him, and the Inner Circle fights The Elite and Matt Hardy in the glorious spectacle that is the Stadium Stampede!
Private Party and Best Friends battle for a tag title opportunity prior to AEW Double or Nothing!
AEW delivers another great PPV event with superb action and high drama.
The Women’s Tag Team Title match main events a mostly fun night of violence at the 2019 TLC.
Humberto Carrillo faces Andrade in a great rematch on a fine Kickoff for TLC.
Cody challenges Chris Jericho for the World Title, RIHO faces her mentor Emi Sakura in a defense of the Women’s Title, and Kenny Omega and Jon Moxley try to destroy each other in an unsanctioned match in a very good PPV from AEW.
Though there were some strange occurrences that soured the show, there were a few great matches definitely worth watching.
Lacey Evans and Natalya battle one more time on a kickoff show that could have had more action and interviews.
Every main roster title is defended (minus the two defended on the kickoff show) on a mostly entertaining Clash of Champions.
The Cruiserweight and United States titles are on the line in a good warm-up for Clash of Champions.
This year’s SummerSlam was a mostly good show. It featured some fun moments and had a few very entertaining matches, including the main event of Seth Rollins versus Brock Lesnar for the WWE Universal Title.
The Cruiserweight Title and Women’s Tag Titles are on the line on a good kickoff show for this year’s SummerSlam.
This year’s Extreme Rules was an up and down show with some really good, some not so good, and some fairly uninteresting matches.
The Cruiserweight and Intercontinental titles are both on the line in two very good matches to kick off this year’s Extreme Rules!
Shenanigans were afoot in a Money in the Bank that featured a few great matches and moments as well as more than a few head-scratching segments.
The Shield joins together for a (possibly) final time, Becky Lynch fight for her Wrestlemania match, Daniel Bryan and Kevin Owens get thrown another curve ball, Kofi Kingston gets screwed again, and more on an odd final PPV before Wrestlemania.
Xavier Woods and Big E take on Rusev and Shinsuke Nakamura as we prepare for Fastlane.