AEW Full Gear has come and gone, meaning that All Elite Wrestling's 2020 pay-per-view schedule has officially come to an end. But while Revolution isn't until February the young company has made a habit out of building up multiple big matches for special episodes of AEW Dynamite. Based on what happened at Full Gear, it's clear that there are quite a few potentially great feuds coming down the pipeline. So we're here to list of seven possible feuds the promotion can potentially go forward with in the near future.
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Check out the full results from Full Gear below. AEW will return to television this Wednesday with the latest AEW Dynamite.
- The Buy-In: NWA World Women's Championship: Serena Deeb def. Allysin Kay
- AEW World Championship Eliminator Tournament Finals: Kenny Omega def. Hangman Page
- Orange Cassidy def. John Silver
- TNT Championship: Darby Allin def. Cody Rhodes
- AEW Women's World Championship: Hikaru Shida def. Nyla Rose
- AEW World Tag Team Championship: The Young Bucks def. FTR
- Matt Hardy def. Sammy Guevara (The Elite Deletion Match)
- MJF def. Chris Jericho
- AEW World Championship: Jon Moxley def. Eddie Kingston (I Quit Match)
Jon Moxley vs. Kenny Omega
It was set up as clear as day during Full Gear. The only question now is how long AEW will wait to pull the trigger and have the two compete. Most people assume Revolution but that's three months away, but don't be shocked if they move it up that Beach Break event in January Tony Khan mentioned during the post-show press conference.prevnext
Darby Allin vs. Brian Cage
When I take the ball yer never getting it back. pic.twitter.com/iYnIWkw1S5— DARBY ALLIN (@DarbyAllin) November 8, 2020
Allin is the new TNT Champion (hooray!) and he's already got two people gunning for his title. Another match with Ricky Starks would be fun, but once that's over it'd be fun to see him try to battle through a severe size disadvantage against Cage. Plus, this match has basically been set up since the moment Cage walked into AEW at Double or Nothing.prevnext
Hikaru Shida vs. Britt Baker
The AEW Women's Division desperately needs direction, and the promotion can find that in crowning Baker as the charismatic heel champion.prevnext
Cody Rhodes vs. Team Taz
Rhodes was also a victim of Team Taz's surprise attack during Full Gear. If he's not immediately inserted back into the TNT Championship picture (it's possible), he could get a lot of mileage of working with either Ricky Starks or Brian Cage.prevnext
MJF vs. Sammy Guevara
I DID IT!!!
WHO’s SOFT NOW?!?!? pic.twitter.com/sq5oH5BqN1— Maxwell Jacob Friedman™️ (@The_MJF) November 8, 2020
Now that MJF is officially a member of the Inner Circle, it's time to see how he tries and takes over the group. Guevara is both the biggest supporter of Jericho and Friedman's loudest critic within the faction, so it wouldn't be a surprise if Friedman tries to get him kicked out one way or another. A match where Guevara has to fight for his spot in the group could make for a great pay-per-view match down the line.prevnext
Orange Cassidy vs. Miro
Full Gear made it look like they're setting up Cassidy vs. Kip Sabian, but the real money is in Cassidy versus everybody's favorite Twitch streamer!prevnext
Lance Archer vs. Brodie Lee
Yeah, it's a battle between two giant heels. But it's the kind of program AEW hasn't tried to run yet and neither man is in a title picture at the moment. Watching Archer plow his way through Dark Order members to try and get to Lee could make for some fun weeks of television.prev