Thursday, October 1, 2020

AEW All Out Results: Jon Moxley vs. MJF, Mimosa Mayhem, Matt Hardy

FTR Captured The AEW Tag Team Championships

Hangman Page & Kenny Omega defended their AEW Tag Team Championships against FTR tonight at All Out.

Match Recap: Hangman Page beat the hell out of Cash Wheeler to start the match off. Hangman was so fired up he almost struck Omega when he tried to calm him down. Omega tagged in and Cash with some chops to the chest. Hangman tagged in and hit Wheeler with a Shooting Star Press for a near fall.

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FTR battled back and isolated Hangman in the ring. Harwood tagged in and applied an Abdominal Stretch in the middle of the ring. Hangman Page rolled up Harwood but Wheeler distracted the referee. Hangman leveled Harwood with a Clothesline and tagged in Omega.

Kenny hit Wheeler with a Moonsault off the second rope for a near fall. Omega flipped onto FTR outside the ring and then rolled Cash back inside. Omega went to the top rope and hit a Dropkick for a two count. Hangman tagged in and planted Wheeler with a Powerbomb for a two count.

Harwood planted Kenny with a Superplex and Cash followed it up with a Splash for a near fall. FTR went for Goodnight Express but Hangman broke it up. Harwood hit Omega with a Brainbruster as Wheeler hit Page with a DDT.

Omega planted Wheeler with the Tiger Driver 98 and went for the cover but Cash kicked out at two. Kenny hit Cash with the V-Trigger and went for One Winged Angle but Wheeler escaped. Dax Harwood tagged in and hit Omega with a Dragon Screw. Dax locked in a Figure Four and used the ropes for leverage as the referee was checking on Omega. FTR slammed Kenny’s knee into the ring post and continued to target his knee in the corner of the ring.

Kenny shoved Harwood and he knocked Hangman off the ring apron. Hangman hopped back up and tagged in. Page hit Harwood with a Clothesline and then delivered a Fallaway Slam to Wheeler. Hangman made his way to the top rope and Moonsaulted onto FTR outside the ring.

Back in the ring, Harwood caught Hangman with an elbow to the face for a two count. FTR followed that up with double diving headbutts for another near fall. FTR planted Omega with a Bulldog off the apron and to the floor outside the ring. Wheeler lifted Hangman up in the Electric Chair and Harwood hit him with a Bulldog for a two count. Hangman Page planted Wheeler with a Blockbuster Suplex off the top rope for a near fall.

Omega went for the V-Trigger but Cash ducked and he accidentally hit Hangman. Wheeler hit Kenny with a chop block and tagged in Dax. FTR planted Hangman with the spike Piledriver but Page somehow kicked out at two. FTR hit the Pilediver again for the pinfall victory. FTR are the new AEW Tag Team Champions.

After the match, FTR placed a couple beers next to Hangman Page. Kenny brought in a ringside table and made it seem like he was going to strike Hangman but wound up throwing the table away. Omega left Hangman in the ring and made his way backstage. Kenny told Young Bucks that it was time for clean break and told them to get in the car with him. Young Bucks declined and Omega drove away.

Opinion: I thought that this match was excellent and the right team won. The Elite completely falling apart/ Omega teasing the Cleaner gimmick has been a great storyline and I’m looking forward to see where it goes in the upcoming episodes of Dynamite. There was a crowd during the show tonight but I think they lost their energy after the Matt Hardy incident. It was also very hot in Jacksonville so that I’m sure that played into it as well. This match deserved a lot more noise and reactions from the audience.

Orange Cassidy Won The Mimosa Mayhem Match

Chris Jericho faced Orange Cassidy in a Mimosa Mayhem Match tonight at All Out.

Match Recap: Jericho hit Orange Cassidy with a Codebreaker right away and followed it up with a couple chops in the corner of the ring. Orange Cassidy battled back and launched Jericho into the barricade.

Cassidy and Jericho then battled on the platform with the giant mimosa. Jericho Powerbombed Orange Cassidy through a table and then shoved his face into the mimosa.

Orange hit Jericho in the head with the steel champagne bucket and the action returned to the ring. Cassidy connected with a Michinoku Driver and went for the cover but Le Champion kicked out at two.

Cassidy connected with the Stundog Millionaire and went for a DDT but Chris locked in the Walls of Jericho. Cassidy leveled Jericho with a Superman Punch and thew Jericho towards the mimosa.

Orange Cassidy hit Jericho with a Hurricanrana off the top rope and followed it up with a Tornado DDT for a near fall. Cassidy hit Jericho with two Superman Punches that knocked him into the Mimosa for the victory.

Opinion: I thought that this match was fun for what it was. I’m hoping that this was the end of the feud and Cassidy & Jericho can move on to something else.

Jon Moxley Retained The AEW Championship

Jon Moxley
Jon Moxley, AEW World Champion

Jon Moxley defended the AEW Championship against MJF in the main event of All Out. An overly excited fan tried to run up to Moxley during his entrance but security caught him.

Match Recap: MJF took Moxley down to the mat and applied a Headlock. Moxley broke free and hit MJF with a Body Slam. MJF went back to the Headlock and shouted “sorry folks you are getting wrestling tonight” at the booing crowd.

Moxley escaped and dared MJF to fight him outside the ring. MJF flipped everyone off and refused to get out of the ring. Moxley knocked MJF to the outside and hit him with a Suicide Dive.

Back in the ring, MJF went for Cross Rhodes but Moxley blocked it. MJF applied an Arm Bar but Jon quickly escaped and unloaded elbows to MJF’s face. MJF slammed Moxley’s arm on the apron and Wardlow rolled Jon back into the ring.

MJF raked Moxley’s eyes and launched the champion into the turnbuckle. Jon knocked MJF off the apron with a shoulder tackle and MJF was busted open. Moxley almost went for the Paradigm Shift but thought better of it. Jon went for a Piledriver but his left arm gave out. MJF rolled out of the ring and Moxley slammed him to the floor.

Back in the ring, Moxley bit MJF’s head and then perched him up on the turnbuckle. MJF bit Moxley’s hand and then stomped on his arm. Moxley hit MJF with a German Suplex and followed it up with a Clothesline for a near fall.

MJF then spit in Moxley’s face and Jon got pissed off. Moxley set up for the Paradigm Shift again but the referee reminded him that it was banned. MJF countered into the Salt of the Earth Arm Bar in the middle of the ring. Jon escaped and MJF planted him with a Piledriver for a two count.

Moxley connected with an Air Raid Crash but MJF kicked out at two. Moxley and MJF traded slaps and punches in the middle of the ring. MJF pulled the referee in the way and poked Moxley in the eye. MJF followed it up with a low blow and then a roll-up for a two count.

MJF connected with Cross Rhodes and went for the cover but Moxley kicked out at two. Wardlow hopped on the apron and threw the Dynamite Diamond in the ring and MJF went to put on. Moxley hit the Paradigm Shift while the referee was dealing with Wardlow for the pinfall victory. Lance Archer was shown watching on from the crowd. Archer earned a shot at the AEW Championship by winning the Casino Battle Royal earlier on the show.

Opinion: I would have preferred to see MJF get a massive win and become the new AEW Champion but that time will come. MJF have reason to be complain about the Paradigm Shift being used so I’m sure this feud will continue. Moxley versus Archer should be solid as well.

I enjoyed this match but this show was way too long. I’ve complained about WWE shows lasting an eternity and AEW is doing the same thing. It isn’t riveting to watch a Sleeper Hold four hours into a show. Overall, I thought All Out was a disappointment despite the Tag Team Championship and Women’s Championship matches being great. The Matt Hardy situation took a lot of the energy out of the show and there hardly any crowd noise the rest of the night.

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