The Lucha Brothers are the new AEW World Tag Team Champions!
The Young Bucks had held the titles since defeating FTR back in November 2020, but the flamboyant Jackson brothers met their match at All Out.
The bout descend into chaos early and stayed that way for the duration. The Young Bucks immediately tried to escape the cage but were thwarted by the high-flying Lucha Brothers.
The match kicked up a gear when Matt Jackson produced a chain and proceeded to choke out Fenix. Cutters were the order of the day with all four men taking out each other but Fenix emerged on top hitting a double cutter on both Bucks. Penta then hit Made in Japan for two.
However, the Lucha Brothers were unable to maintain the momentum, with the Bucks coming within a hair’s breadth of victory. The champions hit an Indytaker into a senton which resulted in a double cover, but the challengers kicked out.
After Brandon Cutler ran to the ring, he threw a bag over the cage. Inside was a shoe covered in thumb tacks. For the next portion of the bout, the Bucks brutalised their rivals with the tacks. This eventually led to them hitting the BTE Trigger on Penta, yet somehow Fenix came from nowhere to break up the pin.
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From then on the crowd pulled the challengers along, despite the match swinging back and forth. The challengers hit The Fear Factor but the pin was broken up at the last second by Matt Jackson. Not to be denied, Fenix scaled the cage, only to be followed by Nick, but he was kicked back into the ring before he could have an impact.
This give Fenix the opportunity to hit a crazy cross-body from the top of the cage. Fenix and Penta quickly followed up with the assisted piledriver to claim the gold.