AEW Worlds End Outcomes: Adam Copeland secures and forfeits TNT Title, executing flaming table spot

AEW Worlds End Outcomes: Adam Copeland secures and forfeits TNT Title, executing flaming table spot
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AEW TNT Champion Christian Cage Christian Cage vs. Adam Copeland in a No-DQ Match was held during the AEW Worlds End pay-per-view show from Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum in Uniondale, New York.

Copeland confronted him on stage to kick the show. They fought with the crowd. Copeland leapt off a section of seats and onto Cage as well as Nick Wayne. Copeland stood on the barricade the ring’s edge to find a spot to hang clothes. Copeland suffered from bleeding on the left eye as Cage took out a Kendo sticks. Copeland would tap on the kendo stick and then try to convince Cage to tap his. Copeland took an erect ladder and threw Cage face-first into it. They fought on top of the ladder until Cage struck the Sunset flip powerbomb. Cage pulled out a table. Copeland with the DDT on an armchair. There was a hint of outside inference made by Wayne. Cage was hit with a low punch. Wayne struck Copeland on the back of his face with the title, then the title hit Wayne’s World from the middle rope down to the floor. They set up a table over the ringside fire and it went out. Copeland needed to add more fuel on the table. Copeland poweredbombed Wayne from the front to the table however it didn’t break. Copeland using a low blow and then hit the killswitch to secure the victory.

Winner: Copeland

Killswitch was a tyrant to Copeland following the bout. Killswitch was forced to give up his contract to be an TNT Title match and we were able to get a rematch. Cage defeated Copeland to regain the title.

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