Konosuke Takeshita defeated Kenny Omega at AEW All Out 2023

Kenny Omega vs Konosuke Takeshita AEW All Out 2023
Konosuke Takeshita defeated Kenny Omega AEW All Out 2023, Credits – AEW

Konosuke Takeshita defeated Kenny Omega in a one-on-one match at AEW All Out 2023 PPV event.

Both wrestlers delivered the best performances, and the match remained highly competitive until the very end. The match featured some brutal moves, making it an intense and thrilling encounter. Omega initially took control, but that didn’t last long as Takeshita regained momentum by executing a suicide dive from the top rope.

One of the moments of the match came when Takeshita hit a blue thunder bomb from the top rope but Omega managed to kick out of pinfall.

Both Takeshita and Omega were delivering some hard knee strikes during the match. At the end, Callis tried to use a screwdriver on Omega, but he dodged it. Takeshita briefly had it, but the referee seized it before Takeshita countered Omega’s finisher with a roll-up and hit a powerdrive knee.

After that, Takeshita pulled down his knee pad and delivered power drive knee to get the pinfall. This was second time in two weeks that Takeshita pinned Omega.

At AEW All In 2023 PPV event, Takeshita, White, and Robinson defeated The Elite in a six-man tag, with Takeshita pinning Omega.

The rivalry between Takeshita and Omega started at AEW Double or Nothing PPV event, where Takeshita attacked Omega and The Elite during the Anarchy in the Arena match to help Blackpool Combat Club secure the win. Takeshita also took part in the Blood & Guts match against The Elite.

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