Jon Moxley won the war against Eddie Kingston, while the Young Bucks finally became the tag-team champions.
1. Moxley retains AEW Championship against Eddie Kingston in an I Quit match.
2. The Young Bucks become the new AEW tag-team champions in an outstanding match against the FTR.
3. MJF joins the Inner Circle; Kenny Omega wins the AEW Eliminator Tournament.
4. Darby Allin becomes the new TNT Champion.
Jon Moxley uses barbed wire to force Eddie Kingston to quit:
Full Gear, the very last AEW pay-per-view of the 2020 calendar year, failed to disappoint. Jon Moxley defended the AEW Championship towards Eddie Kingston in a brutal “I Quit Match.” Kingston actually threw the entirety at Moxley inclusive of thumbtacks, rubbing alcohol, and barbed cord. Moxley genuinely confirmed his vicious facet with the aid of using the use of a chunk of barbed cord to useful resource his patented bulldog choke and Kingston sooner or later uttered the words “I Quit.”
Kenny Omega becomes the no.1 contender:
Now Moxley will pass on to stand Kenny Omega, who has become the No. 1 contender following his victory over “Hangman” Adam Page withinside the AEW World Championship Eliminator Tournament very last.
FTR v the Young Bucks steals the show:
The Young Bucks had a match of the night time overall performance of their tag team title victory towards FTR, and Darby Allin gained the TNT Championship from Cody Rhodes.
MJF outsmarts Jericho; Cody Rhodes loses the TNT Championship:
For the primary time due to the fact his WWE departure in 2016, Cody Rhodes—and now no longer simply Cody—became indexed at the card. WWE simply misplaced manipulate of the “Cody Rhodes” trademark, permitting Rhodes to apply that legendary surname at Full Gear. MJF beat Chris Jericho, to officially enter The Inner Circle, with a roll-up, and gave the ‘Demogod’ a bit of his own.
Other results at AEW Full Gear:
— NWA Women’s Champion Serena Deeb defeated Allysin Kay with the aid of using submission at the pre-show.
— Orange Cassidy beat the Dark Order’s, John Silver.
— Women’s World Champion Hikaru Shida retained against Nyla Rose.
— Matt Hardy beat Sammy Guevara in an “Elite Deletion” match.