AEW Full Gear Quick Results
November 9, 2019
Baltimore, Maryland (Royal Farms Arena)
Results by: Jerome Wilen of Wrestleview.com
AEW returned live Saturday night with their fifth event, Full Gear, live from the Royal Farms Arena in Baltimore, Maryland which aired live on Pay Per View, and streamed live on the B/R Live app in the United States, and FITE TV internationally.
The event featured 7 matches on the main show, with a pre-show (The Buy In) that began at 7:30 p.m. Eastern. The main show started at 8:00 p.m. Eastern.
Programming Note: Due to unforeseen circumstances, there will not be a Live Post-Show on YouTube with Mike Tedesco as originally scheduled.
AEW Full Gear Quick Results are below:
The Buy-In Kickoff Show saw Dr. Britt Baker defeat Bea Priestly by Submission with the Lock Jaw.
Post Match: The lights went out and Awesome Kong came out with Brandi, while Bea was still in the ring. Kong hit the spinning back fist on Priestly, and then gave Brandi a knife before laying out Bea with an Implant Buster.
Brandi then handed Kong the knife back and she used it to cut a chunk of Priestly’s hair off.
The Young Bucks (Matt and Nick Jackson) defeated Santana and Ortiz.
The Rock & Roll Express was sitting ringside for the match.
Santana and Ortiz won with The Street Sweeper for the victory.
Post Match: Sammy Guevara came out to celebrate the win and handed Santana & Ortiz a sock full of baseballs. The Rock ’N’ Roll Express Ricky Morton and Robert Gibson jumped the guardrail to make the save.
“Hangman” Adam Page defeated PAC with the Dead Eye for the pinfall victory.
Shawn Spears w/ Tully Blanchard defeated Joey Janela by pinfall.
SCU (Frankie Kazarian and Scorpio Sky) (c) defeated Private Party (Isiah Kassidy and Marq Quen) and Lucha Bros (Pentagon Jr. and Rey Fenix) to retain the AEW World Tag Team Championship.
Post Match: The lights went out and when the lights came back on, there was someone dressed like Pentagon and attacked the real Pentagon and it an STO and Angel’s Wings on Pentagon. It turned out to be Christopher Daniels Daniels.
Riho defeated Emi Sakura by pinfall to retain the AEW Women’s Championship.
AEW World Championship Match: Chris Jericho (c) defending against Cody.
The three judges for the match were Dean Malenko, Arn Anderson and The Great Muta.
Cody stated on last week’s episode of Dynamite that if he loses the match, he will never challenge for the AEW World Championship ever again
It was noted by Jim Ross and Excalibur that its was Jericho’s 49th birthday. The fan’s obviously knew and started chanting happy birthday at Jericho.
There was point early in the match where Jericho was standing on the ramp and Cody did a a Suicide Dive, but Jericho moved out of the way and Cody landed face-first on the ramp, which busted him open. He was bleeding very badly above his right eye. Dr. Sampson ran over to tend to Cody and did his best to stop the bleeding. The match continued.
Chris Jericho retained the AEW World Championship after MJF threw in towel for referee stoppage.
The Inner Circle then came to celebrate. MJF had a look of anger on his face. MJF then began crying and apologized to Cody. Cody picked MJF up off the mat and then MJF kicked Cody in the groin for a heel turn.
As MJF was leaving up the ramp, a fan threw a beverage at him, and you could see security running over to that fan.
Unsanctioned Match: Jon Moxley vs. Kenny Omega
This was a crazy and wild match from start to finish. Moxley eventually hit an elevated Paradigm Shift on Omega in the ring that had wood exposed.