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You can probably guess who won the seventh match of the Elite/Death Triangle series

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The predictable outcome didn’t take away from two great months of trio action, including the Ladder Match scene in Los Angeles that ended with Kenny Omega and The Young Bucks winning the gold at AEW Dynamite.

a dynamite The Amazing Wrestling ended up with Escalera de la Muerte – the final match in the Best of Seven series between The Elite and Death Triangle for the AEW Trios Championship.

Kenny Omega and the Young Bucks battled back from a 3-1 deficit to deliver the first “Game Seven” to the LA Forum since Showtime’s Lakers defeated the Detroit Pistons to win the NBA title in 1988. The momentum wasn’t on Rey Fenix. Penta El Zero M&PAC, but neither team started getting scared or anxious in the ladder match.

Obviously, ladders were going to be used as everyone was trying to be the first to pull on one of the belts hanging above the ring to win the match, the series and the titles. But they were mostly used as weapons. Tables were also used a lot.

Amidst the hugely sore spots, this disqualification case also says Alex Abrahantes and Brandon Cutler are involved. This sequence ended with the bastard breaking Omega’s hand with the hammer that was a staple of much of this feud. This led to insanity as Penta hitting Matt with a fear factor on a ladder wrapped between the other and the ropes, and Omega nailing Fenix ​​with One Winged Angel from the same setup. The PAC tried to make him pay for it with the Black Arrow, but Kenny rode on it.

From there, Omega managed to climb out and get his mangled hands to free one of the straps.

Pretty much the outcome we’ve come to expect from the time we knew Elite would be back. But that didn’t take much for the quality of the wrestling, as the two teams performed over the course of two months and seven shows.

Match 1 (Full lunge) Death Triangle wins thanks to Fenix ​​wielding the hammer
Match 2 (November 23) Triangle of Death win to go up 2-0 after Penta uses the hammer
Match 3 (November 30) – The Elite win by making the series 2-1 after Fenix ​​stops Penta from using the hammer
Match 4 (14 December) Triangle of Death goes up 3-1 thanks to Penta’s use of the hammer
Match 5 (December 21, no knock) Elite win to make it 3-2 despite Fenix ​​wielding the hammer
Match 6 (Dec 28; falls count nowhere) – Chain link elite win by 3, lots of loot, no hammer
Match 7 (January 11; ladder match) – The Elite win when Kenny Omega pulled out the championship belt despite smashing his hand with a hammer

Get full results and coverage of everything from the January 11th edition of the dynamite here.

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