With the upcoming third edition of AEW All Out in exactly one week, the company has spared no effort to field an exciting match card for one of its four big pay-per-views of the year.
Speaking of the games announced for the show, the Young Bucks will pit their AEW Tag Team Championships against the Lucha Brothers in a steel cage match. The company has created two distinct facets for the two teams.
Nick and Matt Jackson have become a force to be reckoned with since becoming champions. They dismantled all the teams that mobilized to challenge them. On top of that, they are now the longest-serving reigning tag team champions in AEW history.
Meanwhile, Penta El Miedo Zero and Rey Fenix rose through the ranks in an attempt to win the titles. They recently won the AEW Tag Team Eliminator tournament by beating Jurassic Express in the final.
It will not be the first clash between the two teams. The Young Bucks and the Lucha Brothers are arguably each other’s biggest rivals and have a long history that began in India at the time. Both teams know each other’s game well.
Now that the rivalry has resumed in AEW, fans are ecstatic to know what outcome the company could have predicted for their game. That said, let’s dive into five possible finishes for the AEW Tag Team Championship game at All Out.
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# 5 AEW star Andrade El Idolo costs the Lucha brothers
Andrade El Idolo could play a central role in the outcome of the AEW Tag Team Championship game at All Out. The former WWE Superstar promised to recruit Rey Fenix and Penta to his faction a few weeks ago.
The Lucha brothers have denied working under Andrade, prompting the latter to launch a singles rivalry with PAC. The two men also go head-to-head at the event. If Andrade loses his match, it could give him a reason to go after the Lucha brothers.
Andrade El Idolo could prevent the Lucha brothers from escaping the cage or locking the door from the outside.
There are endless possibilities to shake up your opposition and make the Young Bucks reign supreme.