Welcome to Ringside News‘ results for AEW Fight For The Fallen. We will start the coverage at 7:30 PM EST when the event begins.

AEW Fight For The Fallen is the company’s third event and they put together a card that is pretty impressive and should highlight what the company has to bring to TNT in the fall.

For the first time ever, fans will see The Young Bucks face The Rhodes Brothers. Kenny Omega will also face Cima for the first time as well as the Lucha Bros vs SCU. Needless to say, there are a lot of first-evers going on at Fight For The Fallen.

Another very interesting question that will be answered pertains to Chris Jericho. Because he has an open microphone tonight at Fight For The Fallen and he is still waiting for his thank you.


You can check out the entire card below. It should be a show worth watching which you can catch on BR Live for free.

The card for AEW Fight For The Fallen is as follows (so far):

Kenny Omega vs Cima

Brandi Rhodes vs Allie

Cody Rhodes & Dustin Rhodes vs The Young Bucks

Adam Page vs Kip Sabian

Britt Baker & Rho vs Shoko Nakajima & Bea Priestly

Jimmy Havoc, Darby Allin, & Joey Janela vs MJF, Sammy Guevara, & Shawn Spears

The Lucha Bros vs SCU (Kazarian & Sky)

The Dark Order (Evil Uno & Stu Grayson) vs. Angelico & Jack Evans vs. Luchasaurus & Jungle Boy

Chris Jericho will also have an open mic

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Peter Avalon vs Sonny Kiss

Sonny Kiss vs Peter Avalon

The Librarian was not received well, but that might have been the heat he was looking for. He stopped Kiss early on with a shove and a shush, but Kiss replied back with an armdrag with a splits and a triple back handspring into a slap to the face.

Avalon knocked Kiss down once again and then Sonny created some separation before taking him down with a leg lariat and a two count.

They blocked each other’s suplexes and then Kiss hit a suplex followed by a quick dropkick from Avalon. Sonny was sent to the outside and Leva Bates picked him up before gently putting him back in. Avalon was hoping that she would do more.

Kiss came back with an ax kick and then a bicycle kick before twerking and hitting a flipping splash. Avalon hit an enzuigiri for a two count.

Soon, Sonny kiss hit a split legdrop from the second rope for the win.

Winner: Sonny Kiss

Britt Baker & Rho vs Shoko Nakajima & Bea Priestly

Britt and Shoko started off and they did some mat wrestling that eventually found Baker struggling to get to the ropes to get out of a submission.

Baker stopped Nakajima from getting under her, but then she came back with a dropkick to take down Baker. Bea Priestly took the tag and got a huge pop just joining the match.

Baker messed up and went to the wrong corner, but she eventually found her own corner. “You f*cked up” chants were heard on camera. Then Bea and Rho wrestled and Rho took some serious abuse to her arm from the Stardom Champion.

Rho was able to get to the ropes and break up the submission before Bea tagged in Nakajima who continued to wrench on Rho’s arm. Bea took the tag once again and continued to pick Rho apart. Then she landed a wicked forearm to the face and tagged Nakajima back in who just hammered at Rho’s arm.

Nakajima hit a flipping neckbreaker and kept Rho on the mat with a leg scissor as she drove her head into the canvas. Then Nakajima hit a handstand into a splash before Rho got out of the pin and soon tagged Baker back in.

Baker hit a neckbreaker for a two count and then Nakajima returned with a neckbreaker of her own. Nakajima went up top and hit a dropkick the sent Baker across the ring so Rho got the tag. Then Rho hit a double stomp on Nakajima, but Bea kicked her as she went off the ropes.

Nakajima nailed a 6-1-9 and then attempted a northern lights suplex, but it was blocked. Rho went for her own 6-1-9, but Bea knocked her out with a Superkick. Baker hit Bea with a slingblade and then this match broke down for a moment.

Nakajima and Rho traded punches in the middle of the ring until Bea and Baker tagged in. Then they started trading shots in the middle of the ring and a hockey fight broke out in the ring. Baker tried for a fisherman’s suplex, but Priestly reversed out of it. Then Bea hit double knees off the top rope for a two count.

Bea went off the ropes and Baker caught her with a superkick for another two count. Baker kicked Bea down in the corner and then Nakajima sent Baker to the floor where Rho already was where she hit a suicide dive on them.

Bea kicked out at two and a half off of a pinning suplex and then Nakajima hit a senton on Baker for a two count. There were a lot of two counts in this match as Priestly kicked out after taking a diving knee to the back of the head followed by a suspended DDT.

They continued on as the crowd got really into it. Finally, Nakajima got a roll up pinfall on Rho.

Winners: Bea Priestly & Shoko Nakajima

After the match was over, Bea Priestly and Britt Baker brawled a little bit until they broke it up.

Jimmy Havoc, Darby Allin, & Joey Janela vs MJF, Sammy Guevara, & Shawn Spears

MJF and Janela started things out with MJF talking a lot of trash before Joey started things off his way by shutting him up. This match was fast moving once Sammy got the tag and he went toe to toe with Havoc.

Then Shawn Spears took the tag and Darby Allin begged for the tag. Allin got the tag, but Spears tagged Guevara instead. Sammy gave him the finger and said “f*ck you,” but Allin just came back with some fast action and an armdram before tagging in Janela.

They made a joke about beating the hell out of “the literal scum of the earth at a Blink-182 show.” Then MJF took a tag and knocked Janela to the floor. Spears tagged himself in to take advantage with some shots in the corner. He was drawing insane heat from the crowd.

MJF took a tag and he took Janela down before doing a cartwheel and a “10” right in Spears’ face followed by double middle fingers. Then chaos ensued which ended with Havoc slamming MJF onto Spears in the ring.

They soon set up with Havoc hitting a suplex on Guevara while using Shawn Spears and MJF’s backs as a platform. Darby took the tag and hit a crusher on Sammy, but Spears broke up the pin. Janela took out Shawn Spears and then MJF sent Janela into the corner hard.

Havoc hit an Acid Rainmaker on Allin and then Guevara nailed Havoc. Then Guevara hit up the entire ring with three dives in a row on opposite sides of the ring followed by a standing Spanish fly on Allin for a two count.

HUGE “AEW” chants now.

Finally, Shawn Spears hit the Death Valley Driver on Darby Allin to get the win.

Winners: MJF, Sammy Guevara, & Shawn Spears

Brandi Rhodes vs Allie

Suddenly, Awesome Kong walked to the ring where she stood there smiling before the bell sounded.

Allie took Brandi down after Rhodes tries to get an early jump on her. Allie stared Kong down and chopped Rhodes in the corner. Then Allie went to the apron and hit a kick on Brandi before getting in Kong’s face for some reason.

Kong just stood there and didn’t do anything before Brandi hit a dropkick on Allie through the ropes.

Brandi got some water and poured it all over Brandi and the camera got splashed as well. They moved back in, but Brandi only got a one count after hitting a sliding knee.

Allie wouldn’t stay down so she got up and nailed a kick to Brandi. Then Kong distracted Allie so Brandi could take control and get another two count.

Brandi missed a kick so Allie rolled her up in a cradle pin for a two count. They took a count of eight to get back to their feet before trading a bunch of forearms. Allie hit a couple of clotheslines and two running elbows in the corner followed by another sliding elbow in the corner for a two count.

They continued until Brandi got on top and Allie joined her. They jumped down and Brandi nailed a snap suplex for another two count.

Then Allie hit a Superkick and a running Death Valley Driver. She pinned Brandi, but Kong pulled Brandi under the bottom rope and the referee missed it.

Brandi tried to hit a lariat, but Allie countered with a dragon sleeper and Brandi was tapping, but Kong distracted the referee so he didn’t see the submission. Allie let go and wanted to check it out. Then Brandi hit the Bionic Spear for the win.

Winner: Brandi Rhodes

The Dark Order (Evil Uno & Stu Grayson) vs. Angelico & Jack Evans vs. Luchasaurus & Jungle Boy

Grayson and Evans started thing out before Stu tossed Evans over to Angelico for a tag. Then Uno took the tag and started biting Evans’ ear. Then Evans tagged Jungle Boy who hit an armdrag, a rana, and then a dropkick to Uno.

Uno gouged Jungle Boy’s eyes and then he hit a hanging neckbreaker before Luchasaurus got the tag. Uno turned around and saw Luchasaurus there and there were huge “LUCHASAURUS” chants.

Uno tagged Evans and Angelico tried to hype him up, but Luchasaurus chopped him down before tagging Jungle Boy back in. Then they knocked Evans back to the Dark Order’s corner for a tag.

Jungle Boy kicked Grayson and hit a cutter to Uno on the apron before Grayson shoved Jungle Boy to the outside where Uno hit a slam on the apron and then Gayson hit a senton from the ring to the floor.

The Dark Order kept tagging in and out on Jungle Boy. Uno knocked Luchasaurus off the apron and then Grayson knocked Angelico and Evans off the apron. Uno hit a senton on Jungle Boy for a two count and the crowd popped big when he did.

Jungle Boy hit s desperation spear through the ropes and finally tagged in his dinosaur who kicked Grayson many times. Evans and Angelico jumped in, but Luchasaurus took them down and hit a flipping splash for a two count.

Then Lucha chokeslammed Evans to the floor onto Angelico before Jungle Boy hit a dive. The match continued as Luchasaurus took Uno out and tagged in Jungle Boy with Grayson as the legal man. Grayson came back with double kick that sent Lucha out of the ring.

Evans and Angelico double teamed Jungle Boy and then Uno tried to get involved again, but he was taken out. Angelico hit a bucklebomb on Jungle Boy, but Marko Stunt took Evans out and then he hit a top rope rana on Angelico and the referee threw him out so Lucha tossed him on Angelico. Then Evans took a Gory Special combo, but Uno broke up the pinfall.

The Dark Order tossed Jungle Boy into Lucha and then they hit double sentons for a two count. They they hit a Fatality finisher on Jungle Boy for the win.

Winners: The Dark Order

Adam “Hangman Page” vs Kip Sabian

This match started very slow as they felt each other out. This deliberate pace benefited Page as he clotheslined Kip out of the ring. Then Sabian hit a springboard kick, but Page nailed a haymaker on Kip to stop a suicide dive.

After an exchange in the ring, Kip sent Page out of the ring again and he hit a suicide dive. Then a fan got in Kip’s face so he tried to kiss him which was just amazing and got a huge pop.

They returned to the ring and Kip maintained control on Hangman as he locked in a submission hold. Sabian nailed a diving double stomp for a two count on Page next.

Then Hangman grabbed Kip and sent him into the corner with a German suplex, but neither could get up until the referee’s six count. They met in the ring once again and then Page nailed a rolling fireman’s carry and a standing shooting star press for a two count.

Sabian got up and humped on the apron to hit a springboard DDT on Hangman for another two count. Then Sabian kicked Page, but he just sat up and spit at him before taking a stomp to the knee and another kick to the chest.

Kip reversed a shot off the ropes and nailed a knee before coming off the ropes to get turned inside out with a lariat from Hangman. Kip busted his elbow open early on, but it really started to bleed after taking that lariat.

Hangman laid on the apron and baited Kip down where he missed a double stomp on to have Hangman turn it around with a slam on the apron. Then Page climbed up and hit a moonsault as he sold his left knee in a big way.

Then once they returned to the ring, Hangman page nailed a running powerbomb from the ring to the ramp. Then after Kip was able to make it back in the ring Hangman hit a top rope swinging neckbreaker for another two count.

There are now only three minutes left in this match.

Kip avoided a Dead Eye and went to the apron where he held onto Page’s leg and hit a dragon screw to his injured knee. Sabian hit a springboard rana that Page turned into his own roll up pin, but then he hit a Dead Eye at 19 minutes and 3 seconds into this 20-minute match.

Winner: Adam “Hangman” Page

Suddenly, Chris Jericho jumped out of the crowd and laid Hangman out busting him open in the process right above the eye. This was thanks to a Judas Effect from Y2J.

SCU vs Lucha Bros

The crowd was on fire for The Lucha Bros. Kazarian and Fenix started things out after a shoving match before the bell. Then Penta took the tag as did Sky.

Penta and Sky got in each other’s faces and then Sky pie-faced Penta before he got a Cero Miedo from Penta. Then Penta took his glove off and threw it to the referee, but there was no chop. Suddenly, Sky was taken out with a kick to the chest and then Fenix joined to hit Sky with a Superkick. They went outside and ripped Daniels’ shirt off before Penta landed a chop and then Sky got a chop from Fenix that was just as loud. Then Fenix went for a dive, but he accidentally landed on Penta followed by Daniels hitting an Arabian moonsault before getting ejected from the match.

Sky hit a dive on both Lucha Bros as they were telling Daniels to leave. Then Kazarian took Fenix down with a chinlock and tagged in Sky. Then SCU traded tags in and out as they worked on Fenix.

Fenix hit a Pele kick to get free and tag Penta who came in and cleaned house. Then Penta and Fenix nailed kicked to Sky as they put Kazarian to the corner. They hung Sky in a tree of woe over Kaz and hit a monkey flip senton double team move on them both followed by a double foot stop from the top rope from Penta for a two count.

Kaz fought them from the apron where he hit a guillotine legdrop on Penta before setting him up for a double team stomp, but they didn’t get the tag. Fenix hit a rolling double cutter, but nobody made any pins. Suddenly, Sky hit an ace crusher on the apron on Penta as Fenix climbed up top, but Kaz stopped him and then Sky jumped up to help Kaz hit a DDT from the top rope for a two count.

They continued and Penta hit a Canadian Destroyer on Sky for a two count after Fenix took Kaz out on the apron. Then The Lucha Bros hit a double stomp Penta Driver combo for the win.

Winners: The Lucha Bros

Christopher Daniels came in the ring to check on SCU, but the Lucha Bros got a ladder and took him out with it. Then they set up the ladder in the middle of the ring and Penta asked for a mic. They climbed to the top of the ladder and the crowd chanted “cero miedo.”

Penta cut a promo and challenged The Young Bucks to a ladder match at All Out.

Kenny Omega vs Cima

The crowd was super excited for this one.

These two tested each other and slowed the pace down a bit after a quick start. They traded chops and then Cima blocked a suplex. Then Kenny hit a suplex for a two count.

Jim Ross commented about how they were counter for counter throughout most of this match. Omega hit an elbow drop for another two count. Cima nailed a kick to the guyt followed by a rana to the outside by Omega.

Cima jumped in an kicked him in the face before Omega could do a dive. Kenny drove his knees into Cima and set him up on the top rope, but Cima blocked a suplex from Kenny. Then Cima reversed it and sent Omega flying with a powerbomb.

Omega countered and then Cima countered his counter by getting his knees up on a dive. Cima hit some chops and Omega hit a dragon suplex and Cima blocked a One Winged Angel with a backstabber.

Omega got on the apron and Cima hit a dropkick that sent him into the barricade. Omega slammed Cima’s face on the timekeeper’s table and then Cima reversed a suplex only to hit one on Kenny.

Then Cima hit a double knee drop onto Kenny while he was across the timekeeper’s table which did not break at all.

Cima took it back to the ring and hit two knee drops for a long two count. Then Omega caught a double knees off the top and hit a buckle bomb into a snap dragon suplex and a V Trigger for a two count. Then he hit a perfect driver and another V Trigger before trying a One Winged Angel, but Cima countered and hit a DDT.

Omega nailed a few backhands, but after countering a counter for another counter, Cima brought down his knees into Kenny twice to leave him on the apron. Then Cima brought Kenny’s head down on the apron. The crowd chanted “you killed Kenny” as he got his foot on the bottom rope to break a pinfall.

They traded some stiff claps in the middle of the ring and Omega was wobbly. Cima nailed a dropkick and then Omega hit a V Trigger and a Tiger Diver 98 for a two count.

Omega hit another V Trigger and a One Winged Angel for the win.

Winner: Kenny Omega

Chris Jericho Speaks

Jericho had Hangman Page’s blood on his hands. Then he got heat from the crowd by calling them “Jerksonville” and “Jack-Offville.” He wants a thank you from AEW, but that thank you wouldn’t mean a damn unless he beats everyone he can. He said that he is the only reason that AEW exists or they have a show on TNT is all because of them.

Then Jericho talked about how much he hated it that the winner of a battle royal gets to face him at All Out. He said that he realizes that he has to beat Hangman or it could mean the beginning of the end of his career. That’s why he attacked Hangman. He said he will become AEW Champion at All Out and he’s going to prove that if it wasn’t from him that AEW wouldn’t exist. He is also going to prove that the Hangman is a little bitch.

Then Page attacked Jericho from behind and officials and coaches all swarmed the ring to try and do a pull apart. The locker room started to empty a little bit to keep those two from each other. Jericho ended up leaving the ring and he was ushered up the ramp. Hangman’s eye was still busted open and bleeding even more.

The Young Bucks vs The Rhodes Brothers

Cody and Nick started this one out. They started with a handshake, but then they got down to business. They kept things slow and there was some countering. Then Nick kicked Cody’s hand away when he tried to shake his hand.

There was more reversing as Nick avoided a crossroads and then Cody ducked under a Superkick. They shoved each other and then Dustin and Matt got in to make sure things didn’t get out of hand.

Dustin soon took a tag and so did Matt where he got clotheslined out of the ring. Then Matt umped up and hit a crossbody block followed by a couple clotheslines. The Rhodes bros were outside of the ring and then the Bucks hit dives on them before they got back in and hugged on the inside of the ring making fun of the Double Or Nothing moment.

Dustin and Matt got in the ring next and Dustin slapped them Nick grabbed Dustin’s ankle and then he hit a facebuster before nailing Cody with a moonsault.

Matt hammered Dustin down in the corner and tagged Nick to hit a double suplex. Nick saved Matt from a neckbreaker and hit a double suplex on Dustin. Then Nick spit on Cody to enrage him more.

Dustin chopped them both until Matt hit a jawbreaker and then they slowed things down which a rear chinlock and then Dustin nailed a spinebuster.

Dustin fended off both Young Bucks in the ring and climbed to the top rope to hit a crossbody on the Jacksons and tag in Cody who started to clean up. Cody hit a dive over the top rope on the ramp to Matt Jackson. Then he tossed Matt back in the ring.

Cody took off his weight-belt and started to whip Matt before putting him on the top rope where he hit a reverse suplex off the top rope for a two count. Matt reversed a move from Cody, but then he took a ring post on a charge before Dustin took the tag to wrap his arm around the post and then he continued to concentrate on that appendage.

Dustin continued to focus on Matt’s arm before tagging in Cody where he did the same. Then Dustin took the tag back eventually where he continued to wear Matt down. He then sent Matt into the ringpost to put him outside of the ring.

Matt was able to hit a northern lights suplex, but Cody reversed it into an armbar. Then Dustin took a bump off the apron and Cody took a back body drop to the ramp.

Matt Jackson hit a spear when Cody got in the ring after that. Finally, he tagged in Nick Jackson who started to speed up the pace in a big way.

Nick called for a Superkick Party, but Cody blocked it. Then The Young Bucks slapped on stereo sharpshooters, but the Rhodes Bros soon returned fire with stereo uppercuts.

Dustin hit powerslams on both Nick and Matt followed by dives on both Bucks on the outside. There were loud “AEW” chants after that.

Then Dustin hit Nick up for the Golden Globes, but Matt tagged himself in to hit a Superkick to Dustin. Cody Rhodes countered a Meltzer Driver and then the hit a double Crossroads, but Matt nailed a senton from the top rope to break up the pinfall.

Soon all four brothers were slugging it out and the referee took a shot to the face. The Rhodes brothers set the Young Bucks up for the Golden Globes which they hit that time which was followed by suplexes for a two count.

Cody went for a dive from the top, but the Young Bucks nailed double Superkicks on him. The match continued and fans started to boo when the announcer said “30 minutes remaining” and there were a couple “fight forever” chants.

The Young Bucks hit Rhodes’ style uppercuts and then The Rhodes hit Superkicks. Nick landed a dive on Dustin and then they set up for the Meltzer Driver on Cody which they hit for the win.

Winners: The Young Bucks

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