AEW's second Fight For The Fallen is taking shape.
Originally set to be a normal episode of AEW Dynamite, the July 15 show from Daily's Place in Jacksonville, Florida became supersized after the AEW Championship match between champion Jon Moxley and Brian Cage was moved to the show. Now, the show is rounding out.
Cody Rhodes wasn't on AEW Fyter Fest night two, but he's back in action next week as his TNT Championship Open Challenge resumes, this time against Sonny Kiss. Cody has successfully defended the title four times since winning it six weeks ago.
Cody v. Sonny for the TNT Championship next week on #AEWDynamite is a huge part of the Fight for the Fallen card! And we’re live now with our Fyter Fest main event, we have no more commercial breaks, all action with @orangecassidy v. Chris Jericho in this amazing match! Thank you https://t.co/OV92IEeei0— Tony Khan (@TonyKhan) July 9, 2020
The Lucha Bros. emerged victorious alongside Butcher & The Blade against FTR and Young Bucks at Fyter Fest night two. Now, the team that didn't take the pin in FTR will take on the duo that handed them their first AEW loss.
A six-man tag team match has also been added to Fight For The Fallen. Adam "Hangman" Page helped Kenny Omega successfully defend their AEW World Tag Team Championships back-to-back weeks, but Omega is branching off to rejoin the Young Bucks. The Elite trio were announced as facing Jurassic Express on the show.
Fightful will have full, live coverage of AEW Fight For The Fallen on July 15. We will also have post-show podcasts on both Fightful.com and Fightful Select.