10 Best AEW PPVs
Check out the 10 best AEW pay-per-views below!
9. Full Gear 2020
After the disaster that was All Out 2020, Full Gear had a big task on its hands. Luckily for AEW, it seemed like one of those shows where everyone turned up with their working boots on and really had a point to prove.
The main drawback of the show was that it featured matches fans had seen before in Darby Allin vs. Cody Rhodes - this time for the TNT Championship - and Hikaru Shida vs. Nyla Rose in a rematch from Double or Nothing 2020.
The action throughout the night was consistently high, though, and there was a nice variety of matches as well, from a high-octane opener between Kenny Omega and Hangman Page to the brutal “I Quit” main event between Jon Moxley and Eddie Kingston for the AEW World Championship. We also saw some lighter action in the form of Matt Hardy and Sammy Guevara’s cinematic ‘Elite Deletion’ match, as well as MJF and Chris Jericho both playing the shameless bad guy in their heel vs. heel clash.
The best match of the night, though, probably goes to the Young Bucks and FTR. The match had incredible expectations but it amazingly lived up to the hype, with the ‘No Flips, Just Fists’ FTR losing after Cash Wheeler crashed and burned following a Springboard 450 Splash and ate a Superkick from Matt Jackson as the Bucks became AEW World Tag Team Champions.