AEW Full Gear 2020 is just a few weeks away. We’ve already got three matches set for the show, but how might the rest of the card turn out?
We’re only a few surprisingly short weeks away from AEW Full Gear 2020, as All Elite Wrestling presents their final pay-per-view of the year. AEW seems to have settled on quarterly pay-per-views, and it’s been a winning formula so far.
While their inaugural year, 2019, did have minor events like Fyter Fest and Fight for the Fallen, those two returned this year as AEW Dynamite special episodes rather than being full-fledged pay-per-view events of their own. All Out and Double or Nothing saw their second installments this year, and 2020 got started with the inaugural AEW Revolution.
Now, as the end of 2020 closes in on us, the quartet that will likely become AEW’s own “Big Four” seems set, not unlike WWE’s “Big Four” pay-per-views of Royal Rumble, WrestleMania, SummerSlam, and Survivor Series. AEW Revolution gets the year started with a bang before being followed by Double or Nothing and All Out, and finally, we now have the second-annual AEW Full Gear to put the best of AEW on the pay-per-view stage one final time in 2020.
AEW Full Gear will take place on Saturday, November 7th, which means we’ve got three more episodes of AEW Dynamite left to further build towards the event and create a full card of action. Only three matches have been confirmed so far, and even still need some of their participants cleared up.
However, the events of this most recent episode of AEW Dynamite provide a great indication of where much of the show is heading. Here, let’s take a look at exactly how the AEW Full Gear 2020 card could be set to turn out.