AEW Fight For The Fallen Fight Size: Lucha Bros Issue Challenge For All Out, Marko Stunt Appears, Britt Baker, More

Here's your Fight Size wrestling Update for AEW's Fight For The Fallen show.

- The Lucha Bros. issued another challenge to The Young Bucks for a Ladder match at All Out.

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- Sonny Kiss had an entrance with the Jacksonville Jaguars' cheerleaders.


- The AEW commentary team acknowledged that Bea Priestley is the current World Of STARDOM Champion and that Shoko Nakajima is the TOKYO Princess Of Princess' Champion.


- Britt Baker accidentally went to go tag Shoko Nakajima instead of her partner Riho. Nyla Rose commented on the mishap and made light of Britt Baker's awareness:

Exciting time to see tag team wrestling make a big come back.

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- Here's the official promo video for All Out:


- Joey Janela gave Sammy Guevara a Death Valley Driver and then looked at the hard cam and said, "F*ck you Jim Cornette".


- WWE Hall Of Famer Jim Ross stated that Fight For The Fallen was in Philadelphia which is where WWE and EVOLVE ran EVOLVE 131.


- Awesome Kong returned to All Elite Wrestling to assist Brandi Rhodes. Coming to the aid of Brandi's opponent Allie, was former AJW Champion Aja Kong.


- Marko Stunt made his AEW debut and appeared alongside Jungle Boy and Luchasaurus.


- The Dark Order (Stu Grayson and Evil Uno) are heading to All Out for an opportunity to earn a first round bye in the AEW World Tag Team Title tournament.


- A fan in attendance became very engaged with Kip Sabian and Sabian attempted to give the individual a kiss so he would back up.


- Chris Jericho first appeared at Fight For The Fallen in a 'Dark Order' costume and attacked Adam "Hangman" Page.


- Referee Aubrey Edwards did not catch Pentagon Jr.'s glove the first go around so Pentagon gave her another shot:


- Dasha Fuentes was ringside.


- Cody Rhodes gave a post-match speech and stated that no one can counter-product AEW. A $150,000 check was presented to the gun violence charity. Also, Kenny Omega did not do his signature "bang" to close the show because he felt it was inappropriate considering the charity that the money is going to.

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