At the AEW Dynasty 2024 Zero Hour pre-show, a monumental championship change unfolded in a high-stakes title unification match. The clash saw AEW Trio’s Champions, The Acclaimed & Daddy Ass, square off against the ROH Six-Man Tag Team Champions, The Bang Bang Gang, in a bid to unify their respective titles and settle a lingering personal feud.

Despite their recent alliance as The Bang Bang Scissor Gang, both teams entered the ring with a history fraught with rivalry. In a packed arena in St. Louis, the stage was set for a showdown of epic proportions.

The match unfolded with intense back-and-forth action, as both teams relentlessly pursued victory and the opportunity to unify the titles. Momentum shifted unpredictably throughout the encounter, keeping the audience on the edge of their seats.

In a pivotal moment, Jay White seized an opportunity to strike Billy Gunn with a bat while the referee’s attention was diverted, creating a momentary advantage for The Bang Bang Gang. However, The Gunns displayed resilience, rallying back with their signature move, the 3:10 to Yuma, nearly securing the win.


The Acclaimed, undeterred, mounted a fierce comeback, coming agonizingly close to victory themselves. Yet, it was Jay White who ultimately sealed the fate of the match, delivering a decisive Blade Runner to Billy Gunn, clinching the victory and unifying the two sets of titles.

With this historic win, The Bang Bang Gang emerged as the Unified World Trios Champions, solidifying their dominance in the AEW and ROH tag team scene and etching their names in wrestling history.

What are your thoughts on the outcome of the AEW Dynasty 2024 Zero Hour pre-show, particularly the unification of the AEW Trio’s Championships and the ROH Six-Man Tag Team Championships? Do you believe The Bang Bang Scissor Gang’s victory will have a significant impact on the landscape of tag team wrestling in both promotions? Share your reactions and predictions in the comments section below!

Tags: AEW Dynasty
Steve Carrier

Steve is the Founder of RingsideNews. He has been writing about professional wrestling since 1996. He first got into website development at the time and has been focusing on bringing his readers the best professional wrestling news at it's highest quality.

Disqus Comments Loading...