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AEW Fight for the Fallen results

Which members of The Elite came out on top?

All Elite Wrestling held its third PPV event last night, Fight for the Fallen, in Jacksonville, Florida at the Daily’s Place arena. The event was streamed for free on the B/R Live streaming service and all the proceeds from the event went to the Victim Assistance Advisory Council, a service for victims of violent crime and their families located in Jacksonville, Florida.

It was a long night, with the show running over four hours and twenty minutes from the start of The Buy In pre-show, to the last match between The Young Bucks and The Rhodes brothers. While the matches were all fantastic, there was a number of productions issues, most notably when closed captioning was turned on at random during the pre-show, which covered most of the center of the video feed.

AEW’s other spout of bad luck came with the injury of Britt Baker, one of their top female talents.

It was a night of firsts with Kenny Omega wrestling CIMA for the first time ever, and The Young Bucks wrestled The Rhodes Brothers for the first time ever. It was also the first time The Lucha Bros and SCU faced one another. Suffice to say, it was a night filled with incredible wrestling, check out the results below.

Sonny Kiss def. “The Librarian” Peter Avalon (with “The Librarian” Leva Bate)

Bea Priestley and Shoko Nakajima def. Britt Baker and Riho

MJF, Shawn Spears, and Sammy Guevara def. Joey Janela, Darby Allin, and Jimmy Havoc

Brandi Rhodes def. Allie

The Dark Order (Evil Uno & Stu Grayson) def. Angelico & Jack Evans vs. Luchasaurus & Jungle Boy

Adam “Hangman Page” def. Kip Sabian

The Lucha Bros def. SCU

Kenny Omega def. CIMA

The Young Bucks def. The Rhodes Brothers

After the final match all the members of The Elite came down to the ring with Shad Khan (AEW founder Tony Khan’s father), who was carrying a check for $150,000 which will be donated to the Victim Assistance Advisory Council.

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