AEW holds its final pay-per-view event of the year this Saturday at Full Gear.
The company has loaded up the show to the point where there is some speculation as to which match will serve as the headliner.
While doing an interview with Dave Meltzer and Bryan Alvarez on Wrestling Observer Radio, AEW President Tony Khan confirmed that AEW World Heavyweight Champion Jon Moxley vs. Eddie Kingston in an I Quit Match will go on last.
Khan also revealed that Moxley was adamant about not following the Stadium Stampede Match earlier this year at Double or Nothing as he defended the AEW World Title against Brodie Lee. Stadium Stampede was highly praised by fans.
“Yeah, Eddie and Moxley…the world title generally gone on last…Stadium Stampede was kind of different, the world title still went on last of the matches as the show stood. We felt…it would be hard to go back into the arena after we’ve done Stadium Stampede, it was just an epic and Moxley-Brodie Lee was one of our biggest title matches but even Jon didn’t want to go on after the Stadium Stampede.
He was pretty adamant he didn’t want to go on last. I think, in general, the world title should go on last. There are exceptions like the Stadium Stampede or maybe in Toronto with Hogan and The Rock where it doesn’t necessarily make sense but in this case, I think Eddie and Jon going on last makes a lot of sense.”
Other top matches featured on this card include AEW Tag Team Champions FTR vs. The Young Bucks, Kenny Omega vs. Adam Page, and Chris Jericho vs. MJF.