5 Biggest AEW Stories of the Week for 12/04/22 | You Can’t Trust The Devil

Welcome to the 5 Biggest AEW Stories of the Week for 12/04/22, where we break down the biggest All Elite Wrestling stories both in the ring and beyond.

We continue the build towards AEW Winter Is Coming and Ring Of Honor’s Final Battle. New AEW World Champion MJF also made his first appearance since defeating Jon Moxley at Full Gear. With that in mind, we bring you the five biggest AEW stories of the week for 12/04/2022.

5 Biggest AEW Stories of the Week for 12/04/22

  1. You Can’t Trust The Devil

5 Biggest AEW Stories of the Week for 12/04/22
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This week’s Dynamite saw William Regal introduce new AEW World Champion MJF. The new champion was quick to take shots at Jon Moxley, The Firm, Eddie Kingston, Bryan Danielson and his first challenger come Winter Is Coming: World Title Eliminator Tournament winner Ricky Starks.

MJF would go on to reveal his own personalized version of the AEW World Championship belt, “The Big Burberry Belt” or “Triple B”. The title looks identical to the previous design, but features a new brown leather strap with the same Burberry pattern as MJF’s signature scarf.

The segment closed with MJF knocking out Regal, telling him he made a deal with the devil. Danielson then ran down to the ring, fresh off a victory over FTR’s Dax Harwood, checking on Regal before he was stretchered out of the ring.

5 Biggest AEW Stories of the Week for 12/04/22

  1. The Elite Make It 2-1

5 Biggest AEW Stories of the Week for 12/04/22
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The main event of Dynamite saw Death Triangle take on The Elite in the third match of their AEW World Trios Championship Best Of 7 Series. PAC and The Lucha Bros came into the bout with a 2-0 lead over Kenny Omega and The Young Bucks.

The match concluded with PAC attempting the Black Arrow before Matt Jackson got the knees up and scored the pin. Match four of the series will take place in two weeks at Winter Is Coming.

5 Biggest AEW Stories of the Week for 12/04/22

  1. A Hangman’s Return

Hangman Page Makes His Return on AEW Dynamite, Brawls With Jon Moxley
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Jon Moxley opened this week’s edition of Dynamite to cut a promo. The former AEW World Champion declared that nobody could outwork, out-hustle, out-wrestle, out-bleed, or out-sweat him. Moxley declared there was no one in the building who had the balls to tell him any different.

Hangman Adam Page then made his way down to the ring. Page has been on the sidelines following a nasty concussion back in mid-October during a highly anticipated matchup with Moxley for the AEW World Championship. Things quickly got physical, as security had to pull the two apart. A matchup between the two seems inevitable and would be an excellent edition to Winter Is Coming.

5 Biggest AEW Stories of the Week for 12/04/22

  1. AR Fox Is All Elite

AR Fox Is Officially All Elite
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AEW President and CEO Tony Khan took to Twitter Wednesday to announce the promotion’s latest signing, as AR Fox is All Elite. Fox made his Dynamite debut on Nov. 16, teaming with Top Flight to challenge AEW World Trios Champions Death Triangle.

The 35-year-old went on to untunefully challenge AEW TNT Champion Samoa Joe on Dynamite. The Champion looks to be continuing his feud with former champion Wardlow.

5 Biggest AEW Stories of the Week for 12/04/22

  1. ROH Final Battle Takes Shape

Updated Lineup For ROH Final Battle
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This week saw several matches added to the card for Ring Of Honor’s Final Battle Pay-Per-View. The event will take place next Saturday, Dec. 10. The updated card is as follows:

  • ROH World Title Match: Claudio Castagnoli vs. Chris Jericho (c) (Castagnoli must join The Jericho Appreciation Society if he loses.)
  • Pure Wrestling Rules Match for the ROH Pure Title: Wheeler Yuta vs. Daniel Garcia (c)
  • ROH Women’s World Title Match: Athena vs. Mercedes Martinez (c)
  • ROH World Television Title Match: Juice Robinson vs. AEW TNT Champion Samoa Joe (c)
  • Shayne Taylor vs. Keith Lee

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