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Orange Cassidy beat Jon Moxley to keep the International Title at AEW Full Gear on Saturday.
Complete Gear marked a rematch from All Out in September when Mox beat OC in the primary occasion to win the International Championship and end Cassidy’s 326-day reign.
Following effective defenses versus AR Fox and Big Bill, Moxley stunning dropped the title to Rey Fenix on the Sept. 20 Grand Slam edition of Dynamite.
Moxley stated he suffered a concussion throughout the bout, which is most likely why the choice was produced Fenix to win, and the injury led to Mox missing out on over a month of action.
The only three-time world champ in AEW history made his in-ring return for OTT in the United Kingdom at the end of October and for New Japan Pro-Wrestling in early November, which set the phase for him to pursue the International Championship when again.
About 3 weeks after his upset win over Moxley, Fenix put the worldwide title on the line versus Cassidy on the Oct. 10 Title Tuesday episode of Dynamite, and OC dominated to end up being the very first two-time global champ.
After Cassidy effectively protected the title versus Moxley’s Blackpool Combat Club stablemate in Claudio Castagnoli on the Nov. 1 Dynamite, Moxley assaulted Orange and went on to challenge him to a champion match at Full Gear.
Moxley and Cassidy are 2 of AEW’s most popular and effective stars of all time, and they showed at All Out that they had strong in-ring chemistry.
Since of that, huge things were anticipated out of the rematch at Full Gear, and they provided with a strong efficiency.
Cassidy beat Mox to avenge the loss at All Out, which might potentially be the precursor to a rubber match in the future.
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