Full Gear: Jay Lethal makes his debut in AEW



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Full Gear: Jay Lethal makes his debut in AEW

AEW Full Gear 2021 has now passed to the archives of the Khan family, but new storylines and new implications have finally arrived on the rings of the number two company of America. If thanks to the main event we finally had the crowning of a new world champion, Adam "Hangman" Page, who defeated the evil Kenny Omega after months and months of uncontested reign, thanks to other segments of the evening, we have seen several great moments of high wrestling, which had been missing for a few weeks on the world scene.

Among the many disputes that have kept AEW Universe fans glued to various screens around the world, there was also time to see the debut of a new wrestler well known in the independent world and beyond, which from now on will do part of the AEW roster, for all fans of the company.

We are talking about Jay Lethal, former Ring Of Honor world champion and multiple TNA secondary champion in various categories, with the company of the Sinclair group that is now indefinite. Before the main event of the evening, Tony Schiavone, historical figure of the WCW and the AEW, wanted to introduce a new component of the roster, which turned out to be Jay Lethal.

Jay Lethal debuts in AEW

Obviously welcomed to the cheers of the public, Jay Lethal confirmed that he entered the all-elite roster, with the former ROH World Champion immediately challenging champion Sammy Guevara for the TNT title, next week at Dynamite.

The champion called into question, who had just finished his match in the Minneapolis Street Fight with his Inner Circle against America's Top Team, wanted to respond face to face to the challenge launched by Lethal, simply by lifting the title in his face and telling him "You're on" Apparently even the multi-champion of several large independent companies, has now moved into the rings of All Elite Wrestling and will immediately have a title shot in his first match in the company's rings.

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