AEW All In continues to roll on, and the Stadium Stampede match came to a conclusion with Orange Cassidy taping broken glass to his fist and hitting Claudio Castagnoli with an Orange Punch, giving Cassidy’s team the win. The wildly violent match featured the combat spreading out around the stadium and included the use of chairs, tables, ladders, and skewers. Penta el Cero Miedo’s alter ego, Penta Obscura, made an appearance, and so did Beretta’s mother, Sue. Eddie Kingston launched longtime friend Jon Moxley threw a table near the end of the bout, and a fork was even used as a weapon.
The match featured Cassidy, Penta, Chuck Taylor, Trent Beretta, and Kingston taking on Moxley, Castagnoli, Wheeler Yuta, Santana, and Ortiz. Though the match was set up over the last several weeks, many of the participants have history that dates back quite a long time. In addition to his relationship with Moxley, Kingston and Castagnoli are bitter enemies, and Kingston has had an off-again/on-again partnership with Penta since Kingston debuted in AEW. Additionally, Kingston has an extensive history with Ortiz and Santana, who recently returned to AEW after more than a year away due to injury. Orange Cassidy and the Best Friends have found themselves at odds with the Blackpool Combat Club for about a month now, which was the main impetus for the match.
It’s certainly been an eventful day for AEW so far. In addition to two separate title changes on the pre-show, there was reportedly an altercation backstage between Jack Perry and CM Punk. Additionally, in front of the camera, FTR successfully retained their AEW World Tag Team Championships against the Young Bucks, Bullet Club Gold and Konosuke Takeshita were victorious against Kenny Omega, Kota Ibushi, and “Hangman” Adam Page, and Punk defeated Samoa Joe to kick off the main card – supposedly just after his confrontation with Perry.