The most anticipated pay-per-view of the AEW has given us several joys and one of these is certainly the one that connects to the titled match that saw the Young Bucks defend their duo titles in a Steel Cage match against Lucha Bros.
The match was placed fourth on the card, after the match with Britt Baker's titled defense of her female roster belt and involved the audience a lot with the four offering a really well-fought contest.
The Lucha Brothers captured the AEW Tag Team Championships
The Lucha Bros captured the AEW Tag Team Championships in a gruesome and brutal Steel Cage match against The Young Bucks at All Out 2021.
Rey Fenix and Penta El Zero Miedo put an end to Matt and Nick Jackson's title reign, which lasted for nearly ten months. Both teams made flashy, elaborate entrances but still managed to top that with their sheer brilliance inside the ring.
Though Rey Fenix and Penta El Zero Meido quickly unleashed a flurry of offense once the match began, The Young Bucks soon found their way back in. One of the hardest-fought matches in the history of AEW took place in front of a very h*t audience in an event that hosted a really rich and exciting card, let's talk about the Steel Cage for the couple titles.
The Young Bucks had been champions for more than 300 days and between a Superkick and impropriety in the ring, they managed to defeat many other tag teams over the course of their reign, thus managing to keep their belts always firmly in their lives.
However, things took a totally different turn at All Out, when they found themselves challenging two luchadors determined to take the match home by becoming the new champions. In fact, the Lucha Bros, composed of Penta El Zero Miedo and Rey Fenix have managed to fulfill a dream.
The two became couples champions for the first time in AEW history by joining four other couples in the roll of honor: SoCal Uncensored (Frankie Kazarian and Scorpio Sky), Adam Page and Kenny Omega, FTR (Cash Wheeler and Dax Harwood) and of course the Young Bucks.
It should also be noted that the two couples fought in the first Tag Team Steel Cage Match in the company's history since it was founded. This match was certainly one of the most exciting, if not the most exciting of the evening, especially for the final with the two very happy to have finally become champions after so many sacrifices.
Now we have to ask ourselves: will the Bucks try to take back the titles or will the new champions find new challengers on the road?