All Elite Wrestling's latest PPV show 'Fight For The Fallen' was broadcast live last night (Saturday night, July 13th) on Fite.TV in partnership with ITV Box Office.
The event took place at Daily's Place Amphitheatre in Jacksonville, Florida, just a few feet from where AEW was first introduced back in January and was the third show from the promotion following the hugely successful 'Double Or Nothing' and 'Fyter Fest' PPVs.
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With a night of incredible wrestling now behind us, here are the results and who came out on top at Fight For The Fallen:
Sonny Kiss defeated 'The Librarian' Peter Avalon (BUY IN):
The free-to-air BUY IN show got underway with 'The Librarian' Peter Avalon, accompanied by his fellow librarian, Leva Bates, who opened with a promo that was greeted by a chorus of boos from the Jacksonville crowd.
This was soon put to a stop by Sonny Kiss who interrupted and went on to win the match when he delivered an impactful split leg drop from the middle rope.
Bea Priestley and Shoko Nakajima defeated Britt Baker and Riho (BUY IN):
A huge victory for the debuting Bea Priestley and Shoko Nakajima has helped them put the AEW women's division on notice, but the result was overshadowed when Priestley and Baker continued to brawl following the match's conclusion.
Many will now be wondering who will be at the top of the list when it comes to crowning the first-ever All Elite Wrestling Women's Champion.
Shawn Spears, Sammy Guevara and MJF defeated Darby Allin, Jimmy Havoc, and Joey Janela:
Following his brutal steel chair attack on Cody Rhodes at Fyter Fest, Shawn Spears struggled to get along with MJF in this match where Sammy Guevara was often the glue that kept them together.
In the end, it was "The Chairman" Spears who was able to put away the man Cody could not, Darby Allin, at last month's PPV to claim the victory for his team.
Brandi Rhodes defeated Allie:
Just when you thought this match was going to be a fair fight with both competitors having each other's respect, Brandi Rhodes reminded us that she is very much in control of the AEW Women's Division by bringing out some backup in the form of Awesome Kong.
With this help, Brandi was able to pick up her first win for the company, but it was what followed next that will keep fans excited for the weeks leading to ALL OUT on August 31st.
Following the match, Awesome Kong was ready to deliver an Awesome Bomb on Allie when the legendary Aja Kong made her way to the ring to stare down the woman who claimed her namesake when she began wrestling in Japan.
The Dark Order defeated Jungle Boy and Luchasaurus and Angelico and Jack Evans:
The mysterious Dark Order won this match and have earned their place against Best Friends for the opportunity at a first-round bye in the AEW Tag Team Championships.
A great first showing for Evil Uno and Stu Grayson of the Dark Order who didn't have it easy against the likes of the high-flying Angelico and Jack Evans and a boy and his dinosaur who were accompanied by an even smaller boy, Marko Stunt!
'Hangman' Adam Page defeated Kip Sabian:
Whilst Adam Page controlled large portions of this match, the British Kip Sabian was able to get in enough offence of his own to cause the AEW World Championship contender some serious problems.
At one point it looked as though Page's knee injury had come back to haunt him but his determination and grit were enough to see him land the Rite of Passage on Sabian to score his third consecutive victory in All Elite Wrestling.
Page was assaulted after his win by Chris Jericho who was initially disguised as one of the Dark Order's goons.
The 'Hangman' would later get his revenge on Jericho during the latter's open mic segment before the main event of the evening.
Lucha Bros defeated SoCal Uncensored:
After a double stomp from Rey Fenix and a package piledriver by Pentagon Jr for good measure, the Lucha Bros were able to return to winning ways.
Following the match, the AAA Tag Team Champions challenged the Young Bucks to a ladder match at ALL OUT where their titles will be on the line.
Kenny Omega defeated CIMA:
Arguably the best singles match of the night saw two of the best wrestlers in the business put on a wrestling clinic for the Jacksonville crowd.
After a number of near-falls from the repeated use of a Meteora and V-Trigger, Omega finally hit CIMA with the One-Winged Angel to claim his first singles victory for the company.
The Young Bucks defeated Cody and Dustin Rhodes
The main event of the evening saw two sets of brothers battle it out for more than 30 minutes in what will go down as a classic in the history of tag team wrestling.
Right from the off, the Young Bucks, Matt and Nick Jackson, displayed little respect for their opponents, often taking the time to taunt them whilst they recovered.
The Rhodes brothers were able to take control for portions of the match and even exchanged tandem offence, such as twin figure four leg locks, that had the crowd on their feet.
By the time of the referee's three-count, the Young Bucks had delivered a devastating Meltzer Driver on Cody to pick up the win.
The victorious pair revealed after the match that, despite their attitude leading into and during the match, they still have great respect for the Rhodes who they hailed as one of "the greatest tag teams in history".