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Original Plan For The Main Event Of AEW Full Gear 2022 PPV

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• Original Plan For The Main Event Of AEW Full Gear 2022 PPV

CM Punk won back the AEW World Championship from Jon Moxley in the main event of All Out 2022.

However, he got stripped of the Title due to the backstage fight at All Out. Also, he’s currently injured.

According to the Wrestling Observer, original plan for the All Out PPV was CM Punk vs. MJF for the Title, but that plan was postponed till Full Gear 2022 due to Punk’s injury.

Now, it’s most likely going to be Jon Moxley vs. MJF for the AEW World Title in the main event of Full Gear on November 19:

“[Tony Khan] put the [interim] championship on [Jon Moxley] when CM Punk got hurt the first time because he thought [Moxley] was the best guy for the job and the guy to build up Punk before Punk faced MJF.

The original plan for [All Out] was Punk/MJF, but because Punk got hurt and had to win the [unified] championship, they had to delay Punk and MJF.

[Punk vs. MJF] was going to be for the November pay-per-view (Full Gear), so it’s probably Moxley and MJF at Full Gear, most likely.”

AEW President Tony Khan recently said the following about planning storyline in advance on the In The Kliq podcast:

“Well, I was thinking about that through the summer, about All Out, Grand Slam, and then building towards Full Gear.

You have to be on your toes in this business and all sports because injuries happen, unexpected circumstances happen, and plans change.

So we’ve been ready to make changes as things happen, as injuries happen.

Right now the roster is very healthy, very strong, and it’s coming together for one of the best events we’ve ever put together.

So you know, you always have to be ready, watching, having plans in place, but then keeping an eye on what’s happening.”

Also Read: CM Punk Not Expected To Return To AEW

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• Old School Wrestling Legend Would Have Celebrated His Birthday

Today would have been the 94th birthday of Old School Wrestling Legend “Handsome” Johnny Valentine.

Johnny Valentine wrestled for several territories during the 40s, 50s, 60s & 70s, before he was paralyzed in a plane crash.

He was the legendary father of WWF Legend Greg “The Hammer” Valentine, and while his son got inducted in 2004, Johnny has yet to be (posthumously) inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame, which is most likely going to happen as part of the annual ‘Legacy Wing’.


September 22, 1928 – April 24, 2001

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