Important matches planned for the AEW card

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Important matches planned for the AEW card

This week the AEW shows will be dedicated mainly to the different tournaments of the federation. The World Title Eliminator and the TBS Championship tournament are going to proceed ahead as planned. The matches of these tournaments will fill the cards this week for both Dynamite and Rampage and more.

The shows also feature title matches, for example for the TNT Championship between Hangman Page and Sammy Guevara, but there will also be CM Punk in action in the ring against Bobby Fish. As for the tournament that will decide the new challenger for the AEW World Championship at Full Gear, on November 13, after the victories of Bryan Danielson, Eddie Kingston and Orange Cassidy, the last match of the first round is missing: Jon Moxley vs.

Preston “10” Vance scheduled at Dynamite, the winner of which will face Orange Cassidy. As for the TBS Championship Tournament, it is made up of 12 women, with four first round matches and four women already qualified in the second round, are Nyla Rose, Kris Statlander, Thunder Rosa and the unbeaten Jade Cargill.

Together with them, in the second round also Ruby Soho who beat Penelope Ford. For the other two matches of the first round of the tournament, The Bunny against Red Velvet and Anna Jay against Jamie Hayter, no date has been announced, at least for the moment.

However, the tournament will end on Wednesday 5 January 2022, in the first episode of Dynamite on TBS.

The AEW Dynamite card

TNT Championship Match: Sammy Guevara (c) against Ethan Page World Title Eliminator Tournament: Jon Moxley vs.

Preston “10” Vance TBS Championship Tournament Match: Serena Deeb versus Hikaru Shida Dark Order (Evil Uno, Stu Grayson, Colt Cabana and John Silver) vs The Elite (Kenny Omega, Young Bucks and Adam Cole) CM Punk vs.

Bobby Fish The Rampage card for this Friday 29 October: World Title Eliminator Tournament: Bryan Danielson vs. Eddie Kingston Matt Sydal and Mike Sydal versus Lio Rush and Dante Martin. Former WWE star Tony Nese made his in-ring debut for AEW during recent tapings of the company's YouTube-exclusive show Dark.

The Premier Athlete competed against Fuego Del Sol during the October 24 tapings at Universal Studios in Orlando, Florida. Earlier, the former WWE Cruiserweight Champion was spotted sitting among the AEW crowd on Saturday night's Dynamite.

The announcers even acknowledged his presence, terming him "one of the h*ttest free agents in wrestling." Tony Khan's promotion has one of the most stacked rosters in wrestling today. There's a mixture of talented youngsters and experienced veterans performing at an incredibly high level.