AEW World Tag Team Championship Match: Kenny Omega & Hangman Page (c) vs. FTR (Dax Harwood & Cash Wheeler)
Kenny Omega and Hangman Page were a pairing that most felt was odd and didn’t make sense, especially considering The Elite already had an “elite” tag team in The Young Bucks. However, Omega and Page have proven time and time again just how capable they are as a tag team.
Through all the ups and downs and hiccups as they built their chemistry from the ground up, they’ve become one of the best tag teams in the world of professional wrestling today. Of course, FTR believes they are without a doubt the best tag team in the world of professional wrestling today.
Omega and Page have worked out so far, but the partnership always seems one wrong move from fracturing, and this is exactly how it will finally happen. FTR love a good drink, just like Page, and I fully expect AEW All Out to be the night Hangman Page finally turns on The Elite and Kenny Omega, instead joining forces with FTR to create his own faction.
AEW Women’s World Championship Match: Hikaru Shida (c) vs. Nyla Rose
For the AEW Women’s World Championship, we’ve got a familiar sight on the docket with Hikaru Shida defending against former champion Nyla Rose. Back at AEW Double or Nothing 2020, it was Shida who toppled Rose in a No Disqualification Match to become the new AEW Women’s World Champion.
Since then, Nyla Rose has yet to find herself in a rematch for that title. However, the threat of Nyla Rose has only increased with the reveal that she will now have the legendary Vickie Guerrero at her side as Rose’s manager.
There’s no doubt Vickie Guerrero will be looking to leverage her client into a championship match when the time is right, and having Vickie at ringside could be the difference-maker for Nyla Rose. Seeing these two square off in a traditional match would also put Shida on the defensive, as she wouldn’t have weapons like before to counteract the sheer power of Nyla Rose.