A brutal grudge match kicked off AEW’s pay-per-view, AEW Full Gear tonight (November 19) ahead of a big night with a stacked card.
Blood was shed within the first ten minutes of the show as one of the most emotionally charged battles on the card kicked off the night.
A massive steel cage match between Luchasaurus and Jungle Boy Jack Perry started off the stacked AEW Full Gear card with a brutal and bloody affair.
With Jack Perry beginning to bleed after his face was raked against the steel cage, he continued to wear the crimson match through the match.
While Christian Cage attempted to end the match early by sneaking the keys out of a referee’s pocket, he managed to get the door open but the match continued on the outside.
Security may have drug Cage from ringside, but Luchasaurus’ dominant assault didn’t end there.
Instead, tables and chairs were introduced from beneath the ring and thrown into it before the duo returned to the structure to do further battle.
In the end, Jungle Boy Jack Perry was able to battle back, battered and bloody to emerge victorious.
After a massive elbow drop off of the top of the cage onto Luchasaurus below, it was actually a victory via submission after Perry applied the Snare Trap.
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High in the sky, @boy_myth_legend risks it all for the fight of his life!
— All Elite Wrestling (@AEW) November 20, 2022
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