Kenny Omega Beats Orange Cassidy, PAC; Retains AEW Title at Double or Nothing


Picture credit: AEWKenny Omega beat Orange Cassidy and PAC in a three-way match at Double or Nothing on Sunday to keep the AEW World Championship.Omega and Don Callis didnt avoid capitalizing on the no-disqualification specification. Callis pulled the referee out of the ring to break up a pinfall for Cassidy. Omega was more direct and attacked the referee before striking PAC with multiple title belts.All Elite Wrestling @AEWWhat the?

#AEWDoN https://t.co/6AeGnXCRDwIn completion, the champ won with old style fumbling as he countered Cassidys tried pin into a crucifix.Sundays match became official on May 12 when Cassidy and PAC faced off in a match on Dynamite to figure out the No. 1 contender for the AEW world title.Cassidy and PAC were Nos. 1 and 2 in the mens songs rankings getting in the contest, implying the winner would be in sole belongings of the top area. There was no definitive surface to their bout, though.OC appeared to suffer a legitimate injury throughout the match, which led to an audible being called. Callis and Omega got involved, and The Cleaner laid out The Bastard with the AEW World Championship belt while the referees back was turned.With both Cassidy and PAC knocked out, the referee counted to 10 and the match was ruled a draw due to a double count-out. Omega and Callis boasted later, saying that because there was no winner, Omega would not need to defend the title at Double or Nothing. However Tony Schiavone rapidly stepped in and notified the titleholder he would need to protect versus both men.The Belt Collector entered Double or Nothing having held the AEW World Championship for nearly six months, adding it to the AAA Mega Championship and the Impact World Championship.Meanwhile, Cassidy and PAC went into Double or Nothing having never ever held a title in AEW regardless of coming close on several occasions.The Bastard was the common thread in the match considering that he has extensive experience facing both opponents, with his rivalry against Omega basically going back to the start of the promotion.PAC beat Omega at All Out in 2019 prior to losing 2 subsequent matches to him on Dynamite. PAC likewise owned a pay-per-view win over Cassidy, beating him at Revolution 2020. Sundays match included three distinct rivals, that made for a compelling encounter, however in the end it was Omega who prevailed and retained the title as the majority of anticipated. Listen to Ring Rust Radio for all of the hot wrestling subjects. Catch the most current episode in the player listed below (caution: some language NSFW).

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