Full Gear 2019
Dr. Britt Baker vs. Bea Priestly
Joey Janela vs Shawn Spears
Neither guy has really found their footing in AEW just yet, but seeing them both together it could help them find their footing. It is difficult to predict what happens from this match other than it could be a solid opener or at least something to give us a break from the insanely anticipated matches on the night. Shawn Spears gets the win as he has a chance to find his footing as a top heel in AEW just needs to keep momentum and find his heat again.
Hangman Page vs PAC
In my opinion, very few people have impressed more since the start of AEW than PAC and Hangman Page. In all likelihood this could set up the next #1 contender for the World Championship. PAC has seemingly reinvented himself today and showed really what the WWE could've had if they just given him a little space. Page has been growing since the very beginning and next to MJF is one of the few clear up and coming future stars in AEW and will not just be World Champion, but a top star before very long in the promotion. PAC gets the win he has been unbeatable since arriving in AEW.
AEW Women's Championship:
(c) Riho vs Emi Sakura
I don't know a lot about these two women, but from what little I've seen they are both very athletically gifted young ladies who will put on display why AEW's Women's division has a very bright future ahead of it after the foundation has been put in place. Riho will retain the title.
AEW World Tag Team Championship:
(c) SCU vs Lucha Brothers vs Private Party
The one criticism I have about this is why should the Lucha Brother be in the match if they lost the finals to SCU two weeks ago. How did they earn another chance to win the titles they just had a shot to win two weeks ago? Private Party belong in the match and even if they are trying to protect a team there is a better way to do then having an unneeded triple threat tag match. Either way I don't see SCU having such a short reign with the gold and they will retain.
Young Bucks vs Santana & Ortiz
Two of the best tag team in wrestling lock horns in the first high profile match for Santana and Ortiz in AEW. This will be only the third match for the former LAX in AEW so there could be some ring rust for the team, but I think they will do fine against the Bucks. The Young Bucks are the only reason I believe that tag team wrestling could still be in the main event of a major event as they have proven time and again with the right opponents it works. Depending on which way the main event goes that will effect this match, but I'm going with Santana and Ortiz lifting the win as there first big victory in AEW. Remember the numbers game!
AEW World Championship:
(c) Chris Jericho vs Cody
Even with the unneeded stipulation Cody and Jericho will be set to have the type of match I expected to see when Cody locked up with Shawn Spears a few months ago at All Out. The amount of tension and energy that has gone into this feud is incredible in my opinion. It has produced some can't miss moments and has been a perfect way to start the AEW Dynamite era on TNT. Either way though Cody will fall short as the Inner Circle will keep the power as again remember the numbers game.
Lights Out: Unsanctioned Match
Kenny Omega vs Jon Moxley
It has been years since I remember anyone running an unsanctioned match especially at a major event like this. For those who may have forgotten Moxley was suppose to fight Omega back at All Out, but the match was cancelled due to Moxley sustaining an injury a few weeks before the event. I didn't expect that the match would gain such intensity in the weeks since they started to rebuild now that it was official, but they showed how intense the match will be. The winner will likely move into a tie with the winner of PAC and Page as a top contender for the title which makes things a little harder. Moxley will get the win as this is his first shot in a marquee match in AEW in place of his injury.