3 Key Points
- Jon Moxley secures a spot in the Continental Classic finals after a hard-fought victory in the Gold League Final.
- Eddie Kingston overcomes Bryan Danielson in the Blue League Final, moving closer to the prestigious Continental Crown.
- Samoa Joe surprises fans with a shocking turn, aligning with the Devil and attacking MJF, complicating the title landscape.
Dynamite Battle for the Gold League
In a grueling triple threat match, Jon Moxley emerged as the Gold League Final victor despite fierce competition from “Switchblade” Jay White and Swerve Strickland. With this win, Moxley advances to the title match at Worlds End pay-per-view.
Continental Classic Clinches Competitors
The finale of the Blue League saw “The Mad King” Eddie Kingston best “The American Dragon” Bryan Danielson, showcasing relentless determination. His eyes now set on Jon Moxley, Kingston is poised to chase the ultimate prize this Saturday.
Samoa Joe’s Stunning Betrayal
In an unexpected twist, Samoa Joe revealed his true colors, siding with the sinister Devil against MJF. After planting the AEW World Titleholder with a Muscle Buster, Joe’s intentions are clear as he hoisted the championship above, signaling a new era of dominance.
For more details and additional happenings from tonight’s action-packed AEW New Year’s Smash, be sure to tune in next Wednesday to AEW DYNAMITE on TBS and this Friday to AEW RAMPAGE: New Year’s Smash on TNT. And don’t forget the highly anticipated AEW Worlds End this Saturday, live on pay-per-view!