At AEW Revolution, we have a six man ladder match to name a number one contender for the TNT Champion, Darby Allin. Cody Rhodes, Scorpio Sky, Penta El Zero Em and Lance Archer are in, as well as a mystery opponent to be revealed at the show. With only one slot open, Dark Order’s #10 (Preston Vance) will face half of The Acclaimed in Max Caster to see who moves forward to Revolution.
Max Caster Attacks The Arm And Gets Help Towards The Win
10 came into this match with a 6 match win strike, and -1 by his side. Caster cut a diss rap to the ring, and even mocked -1 who was ready to throw hands. 10 would go for a quick roll up, but get a two count only. Caster and 10 would battle for an armdrag, before 10 got a crossbody block for another near fall.
10 would light Caster up in the corner with the 10 Punch, a perfect signature move for the man using it. Caster was sent over the top with a lariat, but he’d send 10 into the corner post as we went into picture in picture.
Throughout the break, Caster controlled the arm of 10 to slow him down in the middle of the ring. He’d apply fujiwara armbars, hammerlocks, and more to slow then big guy down. 10 made the comeback once he got vertical, and hit a big back body drop. Caster hit a back elbow, but 10 put spine on the pine with a spinebuster.
He’d hit the slingshot spear, and get a near fall. 10 ran into another submission attempt, but Caster nailed the Sheer Drop Brainbuster and went up for Claim to Fame, missing the elbow drop. Caster was hit with a powerbomb, but got a foot on the rope. Jack Evans was hiding under the ring, and whacked 10 with a boombox to hand the win to Caster.
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