The upcoming event this Sunday at the Climate Pledge Arena in Seattle, Washington is something you don’t want to miss. AEW, the popular wrestling company, is all set to host the highly-anticipated Wrestle Dream PPV. Which promises to be an unforgettable experience for fans. This is the first-ever Wrestle Dream PPV. The PPV is dedicated to the memory of the late NJPW owner Antonio Inoki. A legendary figure in the world of wrestling. The event was announced by Tony Khan, the brain behind AEW, with great fervor, and wrestling enthusiasts. Fans looking to watch this event can purchase the PPV on bleacher reports and traditional PPV providers. Tony Khan has promised that Wrestle Dream will bring in a new era for AEW. No one is sure what is meant by this. However, it has every one’s interest.
The upcoming PPV that promises to deliver some of the most anticipated matches. Among the highlights is the much-awaited showdown. Between two of the best technical wrestlers in the world, Bryan Danielson and Zack Saber. In addition to this exciting matchup, the event also offers a platform for a rising star to prove his worth and take their rightful place among the stars in Swerve vs Hangman. This is an event not to be missed for any true wrestling fan. Overall this card looks to have some very interesting matchups. Some promise to be amazing five-star showcases. So, be prepared for some breathtaking action, epic battles, and unforgettable moments. That will keep you on the edge of your seat throughout the show. Get ready to witness the magic of Wrestle Dream PPV!
Wrestle Dream Card
- AEW World Tag Team Championship Match: FTR vs. Aussie Open
- ROH World and NJPW Strong Openweight Championship Match: Eddie Kingston vs. Katsuyori Shibata
- ROH World Tag Team Championship Match: MJF vs. The Righteous
- AEW TBS Championship Match: Kris Statlander vs. Julia Hart
- AEW TNT Championship 2 Out Of 3 Falls Match: Christian Cage (c) vs. Darby Allin
- Bryan Danielson vs. Zack Sabre Jr.
- Kenny Omega, Chris Jericho & Kota Ibushi vs. Konosuke Takeshita, Sammy Guevara & Will Ospreay
- Hangman Page vs. Swerve Strickland
- Wheeler Yuta vs. Ricky Starks
Bryan Danielson vs. Zack Sabre Jr.
Wrestling enthusiasts around the world are eagerly awaiting the match that is about to take place. It promises to be a spectacular display of technical prowess and skill that will leave fans in awe. For years, fans have been fantasizing about this match, irrespective of the company it’s held in. It is the dream match that every wrestling fan has been waiting for. The two men who are widely regarded as the best wrestlers in the world today, and it’s not hard to see why. Their talent and dedication to their craft are unmatched, which makes this match a must-see event. The highly anticipated match was originally scheduled to take place at the first forbidden door, but unfortunately, it was called off due to an injury.
Fans were left disappointed, but now they have a reason to rejoice as the match is back on. This time around, both competitors are in their best form and are ready to give it their all. In an exciting update, Bryan Danielson recently confirmed that he has been cleared to compete in the ring with no restrictions and is eager to take on his opponent. ZBJ and Danielson will show their expertise in chain wrestling. Despite the match having little to no build, the anticipation for this epic encounter is at an all-time high. The mere mention of these two names together is enough to get fans excited. This match promises to be a masterclass in wrestling, and ZBJ and Danielson will undoubtedly prove why they are considered the best in the world.
Hangman Page vs. Swerve Strickland
This is the match that has gained my interest the most out of any announced. Swerve has been on an amazing run these past few months. It kind of feels like this will be his coming out party to the world. This will be the match where Swerve shows the world that he is a main event player and deserves to be seen in the main event picture. What better opponent than Hangman? This man has been one of the true staples of AEW. Former World champion, former tag team champion. Current six-man tag team champion Hangman has done it all in AEW. However, with the way these past few weeks have been going this match feels less about what Hangman has done and more trying to show the world what Swerve is capable of.
The build for this match has also been excellent. Swerve comes out and confronts Hangman. Letting him know that Hangman has become complacent. He informed Hangman if he was given the opportunity Hangman had been given. Swerve would have been the first black AEW champion. To get back at Swerve, Hangman and Young Bucks take the belts from the mogul embassy. The back and forth has been excellent. However, that all ends this Sunday. When the bells rings, its time to put up or shut up. I genuinely feel Swerve will show the world who he is and why he belongs. This match will be fantastic because both men are great in the ring. But when the dust settles, I believe Swerve will have his hand raised.
Joe Wood was born and raised in the Mayfair section of Philadelphia. A dedicated father of 2, a boy and a girl. Who is a lifelong Philadelphia 4 for 4-er. Joe found a passion for Professional wrestling from a young age thanks to his father, who took him to live events. Currently, Joe is studying at Full Sail University to achieve his bachelor’s degree in sports marketing and media. Once completed, he hopes to be able to cover sports full-time.