MJF and Adam Cole defeated Aussie Open (Mark Davis and Kyle Fletcher) to win the ROH Tag Team Championship at AEW All In 2023 PPV event.
The match began with Aussie Open launching a pre-bell assault on Cole and MJF. Aussie Open controlled the initial portion of the match, but Cole initiated a comeback by countering both Fletcher and Davis midway through the bout.
Subsequently, Cole and MJF attempted to hit a double clothesline, but their effort was in vain. The best moment arrived when the Aussie Open executed their finishing move on MJF, but he shockingly kicked out.
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In the final moments, MJF delivered a Kangaroo Kick to both Fletcher and Davis, then Cole and MJF successfully executed their double clothesline move to secure the title victory.
Following the match, neither Cole nor MJF celebrated their victory. Instead, Cole stared at MJF’s AEW World Title belt, as they are scheduled to face each other in the main event.
On the August 9 episode of AEW Dynamite, Adam Cole and MJF issued a challenge for the ROH Tag Team titles at AEW All In. During the August 11 episode of AEW Rampage, Aussie Open (Mark Davis and Kyle Fletcher) accepted the challenge, leading AEW to officially confirm the match for AEW All In Zero Hour.
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