AEW Full Gear

AEW Full Gear 2021, Live Results & Viewing Party


Welcome to the live results watch page for AEW Full Gear 2021 pay-per-view!

The event is scheduled to start at 7 p.m. ET with the Buy-In pre-show, followed by the main show starting at 8 p.m.

Follow along here throughout the show for the in-depth results for each match, or look below for the quick results from tonight’s AEW Full Gear 2021 card.

Quick Results & Match Card:

  • Hikaru Shida & Thunder Rosa defeated Nyla Rose & Jamie Hayter – Tag Team match *Buy-In*
  • MJF defeated Darby Allin
  • Penta El Zero Miedo and Rey Fenix defeated “FTR” Dax Harwood and Cash Wheeler –  Tag Team match for the AEW Tag Titles
  • Bryan Danielson defeated Miro in the finals of the AEW Eliminator Tournament for a future shot at the AEW World Championship.
  • Jungle Boy, Luchasaurus, and Christian Cage defeated Adam Cole and “The Young Bucks” Matt Jackson and Nick Jackson – Falls Count Anywhere match.
  • Cody Rhodes and Pac defeated Malakai Black and Andrade El Idolo.
  • Britt Baker (C) defeated Tay Conti for the AEW Women’s Championship.
  • CM Punk defeated Eddie Kingston.
  • “The Inner Circle” Chris Jericho, Sammy Guevara, Santana, Ortiz, and Jake Hager defeated “American Top Team” Dan Lambert, Ethan Page, Scorpio Sky, Junior Dos Santos, and Andrei Arlovski – Minneapolis Street Fight.
  • “Hangman” Adam Page defeated Kenny Omega for the AEW World Championship.

Darby Allin vs MJF:

It’s your opening contest and MJF makes his way to the ring first. As MJF waits for Darby Allin one of Allin’s trademark video packages airs. Allin makes his way to the ring with Sting in tow, but he sends “The Icon” to the back. Into the ring and the contest starts with a series of headlocks from MJF before Allin slips out. Before the match started MJF claimed he could beat Allin with a headlock, and it looks like he’s putting that to the test already. Commentary points out that the pair made their in-ring debuts just days apart and as a result are evenly matched, this is shown both audibly and visually with the two men having perfect counters to one another. A cheap shot from MJF as he sends Allin to the outside, before a lariat follows. MJF starts to perform a Ric Flair-esque strut as he takes some time to trash-talk the AEW audience. A lapse in concentration is all Allin needs as he slips into the ring and dives out onto his opponent. Allin begins to take control for the first time in the contest but it’s brief. Following a failed attempt at a Coffin Drop onto the apron, the pair head into the ring and it’s all MJF. A dominant few minutes follow as MJF shows off his strength in a variety of ways. Into the corner and MJF bites the face of the former AEW TNT Champion, as the pair climb up Allin bites back. MJF goes for a tombstone-piledriver off the top-rope but Allin counters with a stunner and both men are down. Darby is first to his feet and goes for the Coffin Drop again, MJF rolls away and it’s back to the headlocks. MJF hits a huge backbreaker for a two-count as he looks visibly annoyed. Darby’s on his knees begging MJF to hit him some more. Allin shows some fight as he gets to his feet leaping at MJF at an attempt at a Code Red, but MJF counters for another two-count. The pair trade submission attempts in the middle of the ring before a chop-block from Allin again sends both men to the ground. Allin begins to focus on the left knee of MJF after MJF twinged it earlier in the contest locking in a figure-four. The pair roll towards the ropes as they begin to exchange blows on the apron, Allin attempts a superplex but instead finds himself on the receiving end of a massive tombstone onto the apron. The impact of the move again inflicted damage on MJF’s knee as both men are down on the outside, MJF is in first as Darby takes the count all the way to nine. Into the ring and Darby produces a trio of roll-ups before both men roll around the ring locked in position. The roll-ups keep coming before both men drag each other to their feet and Darby hits a Code Red out of nowhere – but it’s just a two-count! MJF rolls to the outside to catch his breath and Darby sees his opening, springing to his feet he climbs the turnbuckle and hits a Coffin Drop onto the outside. Darby goes for another Coffin Drop this time in the ring but MJF gets his knees up. Shawn Spears and Wardlow start heading down the ramp to help MJF but Sting is there to intervene, baseball bat in hand. MJF and Allin trade a couple more two-counts as MJF goes to the outside. MJF slides in Allin’s skateboard and taunts him, begging him to get disqualified. Darby refuses and as the referee goes to take the skateboard out, MJF hits Allin with his diamond ring, he follows this up with a headlock takedown for the 1-2-3, fulfilling his prophecy. A great opening match to AEW Full Gear 2021.

Winner: MJF

Penta El Zero Miedo and Rey Fenix vs. “FTR” Dax Harwood and Cash Wheeler – AEW Tag Team Championship Match:

Both teams start off with a scrappy affair as all four members are brawling with one-another, it carries on as so until Penta and Harwood are the only two in the ring. Both teams tag out to their partners as the Lucha Bros really start to show off their high-flying abilities. To the outside as FTR begin to take control, throwing Fenix into Penta. Back into the ring and Fenix finds himself in the last place he’d want to be, isolated well away from his corner. All four men find themselves back in the ring as they start to take turns showing off what they’re best at, FTR attempting to ground the rapid offence of the Lucha Bros. Stereo kicks on both members of FTR as the AEW Tag Team Champions start to really dominate. FTR drag Penta to their corner and the challengers begin to heel it up some more, a couple of hits here and there when the referee’s back was turned followed by tying Penta’s mask to the ropes. Fenix manages the tag but with the ref not seeing it he had to wait for his chance to help out his brother. He finally gets in and has a burst of momentum, with the two teams again trading who has the advantage with neither team showing complete control. Harwood clocks Fenix with the AAA Championship as it looks like Wheeler is going to get the win, but it’s just a two-count. Like sharks smelling blood in the water FTR go on the hunt. Quick tags, followed by close two-counts as Fenix just manages to get his shoulders up. Tags for both teams as Hardwood and Penta trade blows and momentum. Penta goes for the finish but Tully Blanchard on the outside provides the distraction, a huge punch from Harwood is followed by an attempt at Eddie Guerrero’s trademark ‘Three Amigos’. Two down, but Penta manages to counter on the third as he gets to his corner. Fenix makes an immediate impact on his return to the contest securing a two-count that was as close as it gets to being a three. The match goes on and the high tempo and high number of two-counts don’t let up. The most impressive of which came after Fenix leapt off Penta’s shoulders as both members of the Lucha Bros went for pins at the same time. The match goes on with the victory for Lucha Bros coming after Cash Wheeler elected to put on a mask when not the legal man and was then pinned. Perhaps just this writers opinion but a disappointing finish to what was an excellent match at AEW Full Gear 2021.

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