Tonight’s episode of AEW Dark features twelve matches, including appearances by “Big Money” Matt Hardy, The Dark Order, and women’s tag team action. Here’s a preview of tonight’s AEW Dark card, airing at 7pm EST on YouTube.
— Thunder Rosa (@thunderrosa22) April 6, 2021
Full AEW Dark Card (4/6/21)
Vary Morales vs. Matt Hardy (w/ The Hardy Family Office)
KC Navarro & Aaron Frye vs. Sonny Kiss & Joey Janela
JD Drake (w/ Ryan Nemeth) vs. Baron Black
Sea Stars (Ashley Vox & Delmi Exo) vs. Vertvixen & Jazmin Allure
Mike Magnum vs. Matt Sydal (w/ Mike Sydal)
Rex Lawless & Dean Alexander vs. Jurassic Express (Jungle Boy & Luchasaurus, w/ Marko Stunt)
The Hybrid2 (Angelico & Jack Evans) vs. Bear Country (Bear Bronson & Bear Boulder)
Fuego Del Sol (w/ Griff Garrison & Marko Stunt of the Vlog Crew) vs. Ryan Nemeth (w/ JD Drake)
Team Taz (Brian Cage, Ricky Starks, & Powerhouse Hobbs, w/ Hook) vs. Brick Aldridge, Justin Law, & Hayden Backlund
The Dark Order’s Evil Uno, Stu Grayson, & Alex Reynolds vs. James St. Patrick, Sage Scott, & Chandler Hopkins
Red Velvet & KiLynn King vs. Madi Wrenkowski & Vipress
Jon Cruz vs. The Butcher (w/ The Blade, The Bunny, & Private Party)
Sea Stars in Tag Team Action
Sisters Ashley Vox & Delmi Exo, aka Sea Stars, will make their proper AEW debut as a tag team tonight, having been working on the indies for the past several years. The duo have a number of titles to their credit and currently hold the SHIMMER Tag Team Championships. Vox debuted for AEW back in January, in a losing effort against Thunder Rosa, Exo made her AEW Dark debut last week, teaming with Vox and Vertvixen against Big Swole, KiLynn King, and the also recently-signed Red Velvet. Tonight will be the proper debut of the Sea Stars as a duo, taking on Vertvixen & Jazmin Allure.
JD Drake Gears Up For TNT Title Shot
JD Drake has been making a name for himself on the U.S. indies over the past several years, including winning the EVOLVE Tag Team Titles with Anthony Henry. While Henry signed with WWE, Drake arrived in AEW, debuting on Dark February 23 in a losing effort to Eddie Kingston. He’s bounced back since then, defeating Fuego Del Sol on the March 23 Dark, and is in line for a shot at the TNT Championship against Darby Allin tomorrow night on Dynamite. Tonight, however, Drake looks to build momentum for that title match when he takes on Baron Black. Ryan Nemeth will be in Drake’s corner, and Drake will later be in Nemeth’s corner when he takes on Fuego Del Sol.
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