Here are your AEW Fight for The Fallen 2020 results. This week’s AEW Dynamite aired Fight for the Fallen featuring AEW Championship match between Jon Moxley and Brian Cage, Cody Rhodes’ TNT Championship defense against Sonny Kiss and more.
AEW Fight for the Fallen Results:
AEW TNT Championship | Cody(c) w/Arn Anderson def. Sonny Kiss:
The show kicked off with the TNT Championship match, as both the competitors gave it their all in the ring. Kiss tried his best, but Cody delivered a Cross Rhodes to retain his title.
FTR def. Lucha Bros:
In a fantastic tag-team matchup, FTR picked up the victory after Dax Harwood snatched off Fenix’s mask, and rolled him up for the pinfall.
The Butcher and The Blade taunted FTR, but were kicked in by The Young Bucks. Matt and Nick Jackson gave FTR their truck keys, as Kenny Omega brought out beers for a peace offering. FTR dumped the beer on Omega’s head, and the Young Bucks intervened to keep things in check.
Chris Jericho and the Inner Circle boasted about Jericho’s victory last week. Jericho even mentioned the rating war with NXT and said that AEW won the demo war, referring to himself as the Demo God.
Orange Cassidy made his way out as Jericho kept on taunting him. The rafters opened up and plenty of Orange Juice fell down on the Inner Circle, who swam in the pool of Cassidy’s doing.
The Elite def. The Jungle Express:
Kenny Omega delivered a V-Trigger followed by the One Winged Angel on Marko Stunt to win the match for his team.
Post-match, Omega showed shades of a heelish persona as he kept on attacking Stunt but the Young Bucks pulled him away.
In a backstage interview, AEW Women’s Champion Hikaru Shida said she doesn’t mind facing Nyla Rose for the title once again.
Jon Moxley talked about his recent troubles and said he will take out his anger on Cage this week. He promised to tear apart Cage’s biceps instead of landing the Paradigm Shift.
Nightmare Sisters def. MJ Jenkins and Kenzie Paige:
Allie picked up the victory for the new tag-team after hitting a reverse DDT/elbow drop combination for the three-count.
Nyla Rose entered the ring and brought out her new manager, Vickie Guerrero! Guerrero did her usual ‘Excuse Me’ shtick and sent out a warning to the women’s roster.
AEW World Championship | Jon Moxley(c) def. Brian Cage w/ Taz:
Moxley’s Paradigm Shift couldn’t take down Cage, but Moxley used the cross-armbreaker to torture the large frame of his challenger. Taz threw in the towel to prevent his client from further damage.
Post-match, Cage went on to destroy Moxley, but Darby Allin made his return and hit him with a skateboard.