AEW Full Gear 2020: 3 possible upsets at the Pay Per View

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AEW Full Gear is only a few days away with a cram-packed card that promises to impress.

This Saturday night, All Elite Wrestling will have all eyes on them for AEW Full Gear. The card is packed with must-see matches including a much-anticipated contest between FTR and The Young Bucks that has been years in the making. The Young Bucks tag team’s future is on the line just promising to raise the stakes. On to ghosts of tag-team past, former tag team champions Kenny Omega and Hangman Adam Page will battle for a shot at the AEW Championship.

Then to top the night off with an “I Quit” match between two of the most rugged and ruthless fighters in the industry. Jon Moxley and Eddie Kingston are primed to tear each other limb from limb. With the table set for Saturday, here are three possible upsets that we may see at Full Gear on Saturday.

3. Hangman Page sweeps “The Cleaner”

I will admit that I was surprised that the tag team championship reign of Kenny Omega and Adam Page lasted much longer than I expected. It seemed like these two incredible stars were placed together to lead to this very match. However, the way that we got to this match was nothing like most tag teams turned singles. While the two had obvious issues over the run of their 228-day reign, the two never turned on each other.

Giving a valiant effort against FTR, Omega and Page lost their titles leading to Kenny leaving Hangman laying in the ring. Hangman reached out for Omega after the match, but Kenny let Page fall to the ground before leaving the ring signaling the end of their team. Since that night, Kenny Omega has voiced his desire to return to singles competition while Hangman Page was still willing to keep going as a team. A major switch of the events I expected to take place.

Things would continue to get interesting between the two former partners when they were both announced as participants in the AEW World Championship Eliminator Tournament. The moment that the tournament and competitors were announced, most were already predicting and anticipating this match-up for the finals. Now that Omega and Page have survived Wardlow and Pentagon in their semi-final matches, we have a highly anticipated Full Gear finals match.

Going into his match, Kenny Omega has continued since All Out to slowly return to his “Cleaner” roots. While Hangman Page has recently drawn the sympathetic vote by the viewers. This match may end up being a classic case of one man, Kenny Omega, being too confident in his own ability. As Tony Schiavone said on Dynamite, it is hard to bet against Kenny Omega. However, this is one time that Kenny may not be as lucky. Could this be Hangman Page’s moment once he clears his nerves?