All Elite Wrestling will air Fight the Fallen on July 13th, from Daily’s Place in Jacksonville, Florida, and a tag team match has been announced. In six-man tag team action, Jimmy Havoc, Darby Allin, and Joey Janela will team to take on Maxwell Jacob Friedman, Sammy Guevara, and Shawn Spears. This match was officially confirmed during episode 2 of “Road to Fight for the Fallen.”
Following a segment featuring local law firm Farah & Farah, AEW’s sponsor for Fight for the Fallen, another segment played featuring the competitors in the aforementioned six-man tag team match. Though no words or thoughts were shared by the competitors, the video was enough to hype the match as an attraction. Short of Guevara, each wrestler was involved in Fyter Fest, whether in a segment or match.
The confirmed card for Fight for the Fallen is as follows:
Jimmy Havoc, Darby Allin, and Joey Janela vs. Maxwell Jacob Friedman, Sammy Guevara, and Shawn Spears
Adam Page vs. Kip Sabian
Brandi Rhodes vs. Allie
Cody and Dustin Rhodes vs. The Young Bucks
Kenny Omega vs. Cima
Fight for the Fallen will take place on July 13th. The event will be free to watch for those in the United States and Canada, courtesy of the B/R Live App.
Sutter’s Synopsis: With Fight for the Fallen being a little more than a week away, All Elite Wrestling is likely to announce at least a couple more matches beforehand. Whether these will have a championship or other long-term implications is unknown.
In terms of the six-man tag team match, one can only describe it as a mishmash of talent. Keep in mind that the match itself is primarily composed of heels. The one wrestler that can be argued isn’t a complete heel would be Allin, due in large part to his spirited performance against Cody at Fyter Fest. Nonetheless, this should prove to be a showcase for the talents involved. With Spears’ recent attack on Cody, he may end up going into this match as the most hated man, a role that MJF has enjoyed as of late.
Fight for the Fallen will also be the second to last event before AEW moves to weekly television, with All Out set to take place at the end of August. These events should provide AEW with the momentum they need before they make their way to primetime.