All Elite Wrestling is returning to PPV for its fifth event in the series, AEW Full Gear, with a fresh main event bout. The full Gear PPV series is one of the 4 PPV events that started with AEW in 2019. The special event is headlined by MJF vs. Jay White in the main event as MJF puts his title on the line.
Where is AEW Full Gear 2023?
AEW Full Gear is scheduled at the Kia Forum in Inglewood, California.
When is the AEW Full Gear 2023?
AEW Full Gear will kick off on Saturday, November 18 at 7:00 pm ET with a one-hour pre-show AEW Full Gear: Zero Hour. The main card will go live on PPV at 08:00 pm ET.
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AEW: Full Gear Fights Preview
Below is the brief preview of AEW Full Gear Fights scheduled to take place this Saturday:
MJF(c) vs Jay White – AEW World Championship
Jay White confronted MJF on September 27 at AEW Dynamite and claimed he would dethrone him as AEW World Champion. Later, White was attacked by a group of masked men backstage. One of the men was wearing MJF’s devil mask.
On October 4, MJF claimed to be innocent but was attacked by Jay White and his Bullet Club Gold allies Juice Robinson, Austin Gunn & Colten Gunn. White took away the title belt and challenged MJF for it, which MJF accepted immediately.
In the following weeks, MJF tried to get the belt back, but Bullet Club Gold managed to block him every time. White issued a challenge for him for an 8-man tag team match, to which MJF agreed on the Dynamite November 1 episode but put the stipulation that White had to return the title belt if he won. The Acclaimed and Billy Gunn teamed up with MJF for this match, but Jay White pinned MJF to get the win.
Adam Page vs Swerve Strickland
Strickland has become one of the most compelling pro wrestling characters. Strickland’s work has made Hangman relevant again. Their rivalry has gotten personal, arguably more than any other rivalry in AEW history.
The stipulation for this match came about when Swerve Strickland interrupted Adam Page’s promo on the September 6 Dynamite episode, and Hangman challenged Swerve to a Texas Death match.
Hangman defeated Brian Cage on Dynamite on September 13. He and The Young Bucks defeated Cage and Gates of Agony to win the ROH 6-Man Tag Team Championship. Swerve beat Hangman at WrestleDream PPV.
Cage and Gates of Agony won the ROH 6-Man title back after Swerve distracted Hangman and took him backstage during the match. AEW then announced a rematch between Hangman and Swerve at Full Gear.
Christian Cage, Nick Wayne & Luchasaurus vs Sting, Darby Allin & Adam Copeland
Christian’s pursuit and subsequent reign of the TNT Championship is one of the best storylines in all of pro wrestling, and him adding longtime best friend and WWE HOF Adam Copeland to the mix has only made it the most compelling drama on television.
This match also marks Copeland’s first PPV bout for the company. It also marks one of the last PPV matches for Sting, who’s set to retire in early 2024.
Darby Allin won Rampage Battle Royal and became the no. 1 contender for the TNT Championship. The feud led Christian Page teaming with Swerve Strickland to face Darby and Sting at All In. Luchasaurus beat Darby, Christian then beat Darby and Luchasaurus in a triple threat match and won the TNT title on September 27 Dynamite.
Sting announced his retirement from pro wrestling and revealed the AEW match at Revolution 2024 PPV to be his last. On October 24, Dynamite, Christian challenged him to a trios match at Full Gear.
Sting and Darby tried to talk Copeland into joining him in the fight, but he refused to fight his best friend. But after dramatic events, Copeland changed his mind and agreed to fight at Full Gear.
Kris Statlander(c) vs Julia Hart vs Skye Blue – AEW TBS Women’s Championship
This three-way match is the perfect opportunity for AEW to take the title off the champion Kris Statlander and put it on Julia Hart, who’s getting more fame daily. She is an entertaining character and is undoubtedly someone AEW can put a title on.
Like the matches mentioned above, this TBS title match results from a promo from the November 11th episode of Collision. Julia Hart failed to defeat Kris Statlander at WrestleDream PPV for the TBS Women’s title, her first loss in AEW this year.
She won a qualifier match on Collision November 11 episode against Willow Nightingale, where Skye Blue also defeated her opponent in another qualifier and set up for this highly-anticipated fixture.
The Young Bucks(Matt Jackson & Nick Jackson) vs The Golden Jets(Kenny Omega & Chris Jericho)
The Young Bucks won a title shot at the AEW Tag Team Championship by winning a fatal 4-way tag team match. Don Callis Family was targeting Chris Jericho and Kenny Omega. They joined forces and then faced them in tag team matches multiple times.
The Young Bucks were unhappy with their friend Kenny and Jericho teaming up. They argued with Jericho in a backstage segment on Dynamite November 8 episode and challenged them to a tag team match, which Jericho accepted with the stipulation of getting the title shot The Young Bucks had won earlier at WrestleDream.
Orange Cassidy(c) vs Jon Moxley – AEW International Championship
Jon Moxley ended Orange Cassidy’s international champion reign by defeating him in the main event of All Out. Ten days later, Moxley lost the title to Rey Fenix, suffered a concussion, and was off TV for several weeks. Cassidy defeated Fenix and won the title on October 10 to become a two-time International title holder.
AEW then announced a rematch between Moxkey and Cassidy at Full Gear. Moxley and Wheeler Yuta defeated Cassidy and Hook in a tag team match at the Dynamite November 15th episode.
Ricky Starks & Big Bill(c) vs. FTR vs. La Faccion Ingobernables vs. Kings of The Black Throne – AEW Tag Team Championship
These four teams have been actively involved with each other over the last month. LFI became an integral part of the storyline after they helped save FTE from being beaten by the House of Black and tag-team champions Ricky Starks and Big Bill.
Ricky Starks and Big Bill defeated FTR on Collision’s October 7 episode in a shocking result. Since the FTR team wasn’t responding to House of Black, they announced going after FTR’s favorite thing, AEW Tag Team titles. While Starks and Bill were not willing to defend their titles, AEW announced that they would defend the titles in a fatal 4-way match.
Hikaru Shida vs Toni Storm
Hikaru Shida vs Toni Storm for the AEW women’s world title embodies every right and wrong thing with AEW’s booking of the women’s roster.
The women’s world title has changed hands four times this year, three times in the last three months. However, they got one thing right, and that is Toni Storm, but that’s also because of her amazing character work.
AEW: Full Gear Card
- MJF & TBA(c) vs The Gunns(Austin Gunn & Colten Gunn) – ROH Tag Team Championship
- Christian Cage, Nick Wayne & Luchasaurus vs Sting, Darby Allin & Adam Copeland
- Adam Page vs Swerve Strickland
- The Young Bucks(Matt Jackson & Nick Jackson) vs The Golden Jets(Kenny Omega & Chris Jericho)
- Orange Cassidy(c) vs Jon Moxley – AEW International Championship
- Hikaru Shida(c) vs Toni Storm – AEW Women’s Championship
- Kris Statlander(c) vs Julia Hart vs Red Velvet/Skye Blue – Triple Threat Match for AEW TBS Women’s Championship
- Ricky Starks & Big Bill(c) vs. FTR(Cash Wheeler & Dax Harwood) vs. Rush & Dralistico vs Kings of The Black Throne(Malakai Black & Brody King) – Fatal 4 Way match for AEW Tag Team Championship
- MJF(c) vs Jay White – AEW World Championship