Brian Danielson made his AEW debut in a one-on-one match against Kenny Omega and the duel ended in a draw after reaching the 30-minute mark, in a fight that was a trend in the social networks.
An important step was taken Wednesday in pro wrestling, with AEW Dynamite performing from Arthur Ashe Stadium in New York. Unlike what usually happens in wrestling events; The most anticipated fight, rated as “Dream Match” (Dream Fight) opened with one of the most awaited confrontations: Kenny Omega vs. Brian Danielson.
The latter appeared on an AEW episode, although some question the fact that he’s not a PPV insider. The fight between the two was the moment when AEW was the trend in our country and the United States. It was absolutely fantastic from the moment they entered the ring, as they stood face to face, and the intensity only increased as the minutes went by. Omega and Danielson did not give their arm to twist and with difficulty resisted the keys of their opponent.
Danielson was seen as being more aggressive about what we saw during his matches in WWE and the audience genuinely liked what he saw. As soon as the watch reached the thirty-minute limit, the bell rang; Although this did not stop the fighters who continued to attack each other. However, the result was decided in a draw. The bodies of the two fighters showed the intensity of the battle, leaving bruises and bruises, as well as thrilling thousands of attendees and spectators of the All Elite Wrestling event.
Omega vs Danielson: Instant Classic on AEW
Finally, to cut off the aggression of both, members of The Elite invaded the ring to attack Bryan Danielson; While Jurassic Express came to his defense, the situation is no longer happening.
This fight was a great match between Omega and Danielson, and the draw makes a lot of sense here, as this will allow both of them to continue fighting in the following weeks and, why not, have the opportunity to fight in a longer match. in an upcoming event.
Check out the best moments and the entire battle:
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