Here are the Full results of AEW Full Gear
Zero Hour – ROH World Championship:
Eddie Kingston successfully defended his ROH World Championship against Jay Lethal in a high-stakes battle that showcased both technical prowess and strategic interference.
As the match unfolded, the commentary by Stokely Hathaway added an extra layer of tension. Jeff Jarrett and his associates attempted to disrupt the proceedings at ringside, injecting chaos into the title defense. Lethal, seizing the opportunity, tried to wield Jarrett‘s guitar against Kingston, but Ortiz intervened, evening the odds.
Kingston capitalized on the distraction, executing a half and half suplex followed by a devastating spinning backfist to secure the three-count. The dynamic narrative of the match highlighted Kingston‘s resilience and strategic acumen in the face of external disruptions.
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Winner: Eddie Kingston
In a compelling bout during Zero Hour, Claudio Castagnoli faced off against Buddy Matthews, culminating in a submission victory for Castagnoli. The match showcased technical prowess, with Matthews attempting to escape Castagnoli’s Sharpshooter.
Despite Matthews‘ efforts to crawl out of the hold, Castagnoli skillfully pulled him back, forcing the submission. Post-match, tension lingered as the two competitors came face to face.
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Matthews, choosing to brush past Castagnoli instead of extending a sportsmanlike handshake, added an intriguing layer to the aftermath, leaving the audience anticipating potential future encounters between these two skilled athletes.
Winner: Claudio Castagnoli
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Zero Hour – ROH World Tag Team Championship:
The highly anticipated Zero Hour encounter for the ROH World Tag Team Championship saw MJF and Samoa Joe successfully defending their titles against The Gunns. The Gunns exhibited a formidable double-team strategy against MJF, creating a challenging scenario for the champions.
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However, the match took an unexpected turn when Adam Cole, appearing on crutches, made a surprising entrance to the arena. This diversion allowed Joe to capitalize on the distraction, securing a decisive submission victory over Colten Gunn.
The post-match scenario unfolded with an emotional moment as MJF hugged Cole, setting the stage for future developments and maintaining the intrigue surrounding the AEW Tag Team division.
Winners: MJF & Samoa Joe
The main card commenced with a trios bout featuring Christian Cage, Sting, and Darby Allin against Christian Cage, Luchasaurus, and Nick Wayne. A youth choir opening Christian Cage’s theme song added a unique touch to the entrance.
In the closing moments, the legendary Ric Flair accompanied the victorious trio to the ring, enhancing the spectacle. The bout itself witnessed an intense exchange of offense, with Flair even getting physically involved.
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The match concluded with Darby Allin landing the Coffin Drop on Luchasaurus, allowing Christian Cage’s team to secure the pinfall victory. Sting’s emotional embrace with his son at ringside marked a poignant moment, indicating a potential farewell for the wrestling legend in California.
Winners: Christian Cage, Sting & Darby Allin
AEW International Championship:
The AEW International Championship was fiercely contested as Orange Cassidy defended his title against the formidable Jon Moxley. HOOK and Wheeler Yuta, alongside their respective friends, provided a ringside presence, adding an element of unpredictability to the match.
Moxley, true to his hardcore style, spent a significant portion of the bout with a forehead laceration. The action spilled outside the ring, creating a chaotic environment around the announce desk.
Despite Moxley’s resilience, Cassidy showcased his offensive prowess, delivering a series of Orange Punches. The closing sequence, culminating in a Beach Break, finally secured the three-count, allowing Cassidy to retain his AEW International Championship.
The match’s brutality and back-and-forth nature kept the audience on the edge of their seats, solidifying Cassidy’s status as a formidable champion.
Winner: Orange Cassidy
Continental Classic Announcement:
In an interview segment with Renee Paquette, Eddie Kingston made a significant announcement regarding his participation in the Continental Classic. Kingston declared his intent to defend both the ROH World and NJPW STRONG Openweight titles in every match throughout the tournament.
This bold proclamation added an extra layer of intrigue to the upcoming competition, as Kingston positioned himself as a dual-title defender, ready to take on challenges from diverse opponents.
The Continental Classic, set to commence on Dynamite, promised to be a showcase of Kingston’s fighting spirit and determination to prove himself against the best in the wrestling world.
Eddie Kingston announced his participation; no winner declared.
Tag Team Championship Ladder Match:
The AEW World Tag Team Championship was fiercely contested in a ladder match featuring Ricky Starks & Big Bill against FTR, LFI, and Kings of the Black Throne. The bout began with RUSH and Wheeler attempting an early ladder ascent, only to shift focus and engage in a hard-hitting brawl.
Moments of high-flying athleticism and intense ladder spots defined the chaotic contest. Notably, Starks‘ chest bore the scars of chops, showcasing the physical toll of the battle.
The culmination saw Starks using a title as a weapon, ultimately unhooking it to secure the victory and retain the AEW World Tag Team titles. The match’s frenetic pace and innovative ladder spots kept the audience enthralled, highlighting the competitive landscape of the AEW tag team division.
Winners: Ricky Starks & Big Bil
AEW TBS Championship:
In a triple threat match for the AEW TBS Championship, Julia Hart emerged as the new champion by defeating Kris Statlander and Skye Blue. The bout exhibited dynamic alliances and shifting strategies, with Hart and Blue initially avoiding direct confrontation.
Statlander showcased her power with a double suplex, demonstrating her dominance in the match. The in-ring action spilled to the outside, adding an element of chaos. Hart, seizing an opportunity, unleashed a flurry of strikes, setting the stage for her victory.
A well-executed moonsault press on Blue secured the pinfall, making Julia Hart the inaugural AEW TBS Champion. The post-match celebration, including flowers presented by Mariah May, marked a memorable moment for Hart and added prestige to the newly established championship.
Winner: Julia Hart
Will Ospreay’s AEW Debut Announcement:
The anticipation reached a fever pitch as Tony Schiavone introduced Will Ospreay as the latest signing to AEW. Ospreay received a thunderous ovation from the Los Angeles crowd, setting the stage for his future endeavors in All Elite Wrestling.
Ospreay, in turn, addressed the audience, expressing his excitement for the upcoming journey. He revealed his commitment to finishing up his NJPW run before making his full-fledged debut on the road to Revolution.
The announcement of Ospreay’s arrival generated palpable excitement, with fans eagerly anticipating the impact the international star would bring to the AEW roster in the coming months.
In a brutal Texas Deathmatch, Swerve Strickland emerged victorious against Hangman Page in a contest defined by its unrelenting violence and innovative weapon usage. Page, eschewing his own entrance, launched a relentless assault on Strickland as soon as the bell rang.
Staples, barbed wire, and even a cinder block became instruments of pain in this visceral encounter. Swerve‘s resilience and resourcefulness were on full display as he endured punishment and retaliated with creative offense.
Swerve Strickland vs. Hangman Adam Page highlights – AEW Full Gear 2023 (11.18.2023)
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The match reached its climax with Swerve securing a decisive victory, culminating in a gripping narrative that showcased both competitors’ commitment to pushing the boundaries of hardcore wrestling.
Winner: Swerve Strickland
Golden Jets vs. The Young Bucks:
The highly anticipated showdown between the Golden Jets (Chris Jericho & Kenny Omega) and The Young Bucks lived up to expectations, delivering a thrilling encounter that combined high-flying action with intense
Winners: Chris Jericho & Kenny Omega
AEW World Championship:
According to sources, MJF hurt his hip during his match vs Jay White @ AEW Full Gear and had to have his hip popped back in after the show.
He was also said to have banged up his shoulder.
MJF is not expected to miss any TV time, but the current plan is for him to be featured… pic.twitter.com/1BxffxbBYB
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MJF retained his AEW World Championship against Jay White, overcoming challenges and maintaining his reign for a full calendar year. Adam Cole’s interference played a crucial role in securing the victory for MJF, marking a historic milestone in his championship reign.