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Jericho to remain ‘Le Champion’? Get our AEW Full Gear predictions

Chris Jericho defends against Cody in the main event (credit:AEW)

AEW Full Gear predictions for Saturday, November 9. Can Chris Jericho successfully retain his AEW heavyweight title when he defends against Cody, and who will come out on top when Jon Moxley and Kenny Omega finally have their long-awaited match? Read on for all of our free AEW Full Gear predictions & betting tips.

AEW Championship: Chris Jericho v Cody


Chris Jericho made history back at All Out when he defeated Hangman Page to become the inaugural heavyweight champion and his first PPV defence of that crown will be against one of the founders of All Elite Wrestling, Cody, on November 9. Wrestling history is littered with promoters putting the belt on themselves in order to avoid being ‘held up’ by a performer, but those days are long gone and I would be massively surprised to see Cody, an executive vice president of the company, leave Baltimore as the heavyweight champion of the world. Jericho remains the biggest mainstream star the company has on its roster at this time and he has only held the belt for a handful of months, so it would make no sense at all to take it away from him at this early stage, especially as AEW tries to establish his ‘Inner Circle’ faction as the lead group within the company. Jericho is delivering in the ring and more than delivering on the microphone, so I expect ‘Le Champion’ to have his hand raised at Full Gear and afterwards he can celebrate with, you guessed it, a little bit of the bubbly!

Kenny Omega v Jon Moxley


Another high-profile bout is one that AEW fans have been made to wait for since the company’s inaugural PPV, Double or Nothing, back in May. On that night former WWE superstar Jon Moxley, who previously went under the name Dean Ambrose, came through the crowd to attack both Chris Jericho and Kenny Omega after the main event. It was quickly announced that the two men would meet for the first time at All Out in August, but just weeks before the bout Moxley was forced to pull out of the event due to injury and the contest was then rescheduled for Full Gear. Omega lost to stand-in PAC during All Out and throughout the match-up the commentators repeatedly discussed the notion that Omega has failed to live up to the hype during the first few months of AEW. That appears to be the angle that they are going with as Omega at this time as continues to drop high-profile singles matches – he has now lost to Jericho and PAC – and I expect he will suffer another high-profile defeat at Full Gear. After all, Moxley is the first major star to have made the jump from WWE and AEW will almost certainly want to establish him as a lead performer with a strong win-loss record. Losing this early in his AEW career makes very little sense.

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