We’d say that it’s more than okay to assume that the hype has been built over AEW’s Full Gear, which is set to go down on the 13th of November on pay-per-view. If it isn’t the title match that fans have been waiting forever for between Kenny Omega and “Hangman” Adam Page, for the AEW World Heavyweight Championship, then there are a lot of other matches that are certainly sure to entertain.

Let’s face it: this company knows how to put on an event that pleases most fans out there. They’ve done it time and time again, so it’s okay to get excited for sure. Other matches that have gotten a lot of attention and hype are of course the grudge match featuring the heel of all heels, MJF vs. Darby Allin, and there’s one more grudge match that is getting even more hype than the main event, believe it or not.

To say that the promo that Eddie Kingston and CM Punk cut on Rampage last Friday wasn’t scathing to the max, would be putting it way too mildly. They cut a promo worthy of the heat that was seen perhaps only in the historic and legendary feud in WWE between one Shawn Michaels and Bret Hart. Bet Online got in on the action so to speak, and listed some of the betting odds going into the event.

Singles Match:
CM Punk (-315) vs Eddie Kingston (+210)


Singles Match:
MJF (-155) vs Darby Allin (+110)

Six-Man Tag Team Match Match:
The Jurassic Express and Christian Cage (-134) vs. the SuperKliq (+106)

AEW Tag Team Championship Match:
Lucha Brothers (champions) (-455) vs FTR (+280)

Minneapolis Street Fight:
Inner Circle (-230 vs. American Top Team (+160)

AEW World Women’s Championship Match:
Britt Baker D.M.D. (champion) (-1000) vs Tay Conti (+500)

AEW World Heavyweight Championship Match:
“Hangman” Page (-500) vs Kenny Omega (champion) (+300)

The matches set to go down are most definitely marquee matches, showcasing many members of the roster, and essentially what the people want to see, or rather should want to see. It should be quite the event.

Domenic Marinelli

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