Adam « Edge » Copeland makes debut for AEW at WrestleDream
Adam « Edge » Copeland made a surprise debut for AEW at WrestleDream, coming to the aid of Darby Allin. Following a heel turn by Nick Wayne, Edge, known as the Rated R Superstar, chased off the heels with a steel chair. The event also featured matches such as MJF defending the ROH Tag Team Championships against The Righteous and Chris Jericho and the Golden Elite facing the Don Callis Family. AEW also showcased a dream match between Bryan Danielson and Zach Sabre Jr. Despite the lack of build-up on television, the match was highly anticipated by fans.
MJF impresses with simple yet exciting moves
MJF showcased his ability to excite fans with simple, safe moves during his match. He threatened to body slam Dutch, which garnered a positive reaction from the crowd. MJF ultimately won the match with a modified piledriver. AEW’s officiating, known for its flaws, added to the excitement of the match. Despite being overshadowed by other events happening simultaneously, such as Taylor Swift’s performance and the Kansas City Chiefs game, Eddie Kingston and Shibata delivered an impressive technical wrestling match.
The Young Bucks win party match, set sights on FTR
The Young Bucks emerged victorious in an action-packed AEW party match. The team, known for their high-energy performances, defeated their opponents with a BTE Trigger. With this win, they earned the opportunity to challenge FTR in a future showdown. Hangman Adam Page received a mixed reaction from the crowd, while Swerve was cheered as the hometown hero. Despite being cheered, Swerve displayed aggressive heel tactics during the match. Jon Moxley appeared on commentary and provided amusing commentary throughout the event.
Keywords: AEW, WrestleDream, Adam « Edge » Copeland, Darby Allin, MJF, Bryan Danielson, Zach Sabre Jr, Young Bucks, FTR, Hangman Adam Page, Swerve, Jon Moxley.
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