AEW Rampage: PAC Two-Belts wrestled twice on Friday


PAC has double gold and defended them both on Friday night. He originally only scheduled to defend his All- American Championship, but then Andrade tried to get fired in real life by punching Sammy Guevara.

Andrade was scheduled to face Preston “10” Vance on the live edition of Rampage. If Andrade lost, he would have to leave AEW. Due to the match being called off, Vance was put in a match with Dark Order against Death Triangle for the AEW Trios Championship.

Rampage closed with the Trios Championship match. To add an extra layer to the match, Friday was the two year anniversary of Mr. Brodie Lee’s last match. As always with Death Triangle, it was a fast-paced, action-packed match.

Dark Order seemed to be closing in on the upset when Jose The Assistant and RUSH came out to distract “10”. While “10” and John Silver were taking care of Jose, RUSH grabbed the ring bell hammer. He offered it to PAC to use on Alex Reynolds while the ref was distracted. This is the same tactic that PAC used to beat Orange Cassidy. It benefited him again as Death Triangle retained.

Immediately following the conclusion of Rampage, Battle of the Belts IV began. PAC barely had time to catch his breath when he defended his All-Atlantic Championship against Trent Beretta. This was Beretta’s singles title match in AEW.

PAC didn’t lose a step after being in a 21-minute match. Beretta brought his best, but it was no match for the ring bell hammer. PAC went to get the weapon to help him retain his All-Atlantic Championship.

This incensed Cassidy, who came from the back to get revenge on PAC. Security attempted to hold him back, but couldn’t hold him for long. He attacked PAC again before the champ was rescued. The two will face off once again for the All-Atlantic Championship on Dynamite. 

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PAC proved why he is carrying double gold. Although he cheated to retain in both matches, he is still one of AEW’s very best. He stepped up when he was needed and more than delivered.