Pre-match interruption from AEW star DanhausenPrior to the match, Danhausen made an interruption via the AEW Jumbotron with a gift of the “Ass Boys theme”. Austin and Colten Gunn ran off to find Danhausen, resulting in a 4-on-2 handicap in favor of the LA Dojo. Since one of them is Billy Gunn (and Anthony Bowens at ringside is injured), Caster was the one taking all of the abuse.
In-match actionUemura got a near fall with a bulldog. Caster had some great fire babyface moments fighting from underneath. Caster would finally make his own comeback and get the tag to Billy Gunn. Knight hit Gunn with a dropkick but would come back with a Famouser on Coughlin. Caster would conclude the match for the pinfall via a top rope elbow on Coughlin. It was a short and sweet match. Perhaps the interruption wasn’t necessary, but it was an enjoyable comedic moment. It would not be surprising if this may end up being a catalyst for The Acclaimed to turn babyface on the heel Gunn Club. Winner: Gunn Club/Caster via pinfall (5:34)
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