Thirteen Matches Set For AEW Dark; Includes Five Women’s Matches, The Acclaimed In Action
All Elite Wrestling has announced thirteen total matches for this Tuesday’s new episode of AEW Dark, and women’s wrestling fans will be happy to see five matchups on the card.
The full lineup includes:
Tesha Price vs. Leyla Hirsch
Gunn Club vs. BSHP King, Joey O’Riley, and Sean Maluta
D3 & Angel Fashion vs. The Acclaimed
TNT vs. Jurassic Express
Joey Janela w/ Sonny Kiss vs. Marko Stunt w/ Jurassic Express
Rahne Victoria vs. Penelope Ford
Frankie Kazarian vs. Griff Garrison
Alex Gracia vs. Ivelisse w/ Diamante
Big Swole vs. KiLynn King
Jack Evans w/ Angelico vs. Christopher Daniels w/ Frankie Kazarian
Travis Titan vs. Ricky Starks
Brandon Cutler vs. Ryzin
Thunder Rosa vs. Lindsay Snow
THIRTEEN STACKED MATCHES!
This Tuesday on #AEWDark we have a must-see match card with new debuts taking place!
Follow @TheAEWDark for full match break downs throughout the day.
— All Elite Wrestling (@AEW) November 14, 2020
Thunder Rosa will also be in action the following night on Dynamite when she challenges Serena Deeb for the NWA Women’s Championship. Deeb recently spoke about the blossoming work relationship between NWA and AEW, calling it a super powerful partnership that will change women’s wrestling.
“If you think back on pro wrestling, in the territory days, it was, people were just swapping around, they were traveling here, traveling there, working with different people, and when wrestling became really monopolized and separated, I think it was to the detriment of talent and fans, too. As understandable as it is, I think this cooperation, this partnership, between NWA and AEW is super powerful and I think it’s gonna change wrestling, from a women’s standpoint, I’m really excited about it because I think the AEW women’s roster is really growing, and it has so much potential.”
“It just helps you, the more you get in the ring with different people, you become a more well-rounded wrestler. So I think with this partnership, and different woman coming in, and different women going elsewhere, it’s going to just benefit everybody. There are things happening. Me going to Primetime Live and defending the NWA championship and bringing it back to Dynamite and defending a week later, and defending it tonight on The Buy-In, you know, it’s things that people haven’t seen for a long time. And I think it’s really fun and really powerful.”
Check out her full media scrum below: