AEW Dark Preview (1/4/22) – Ho Ho Lun Debuts

Ho Ho Lu Debuts vs Sammy Guevara

AEW Dark kicks off the new year in a big way with 12 matches, including Powerhouse Hobbs vs. Colt Cabana, a six-woman tag team match, the return of Marina Shafir, and the debut of former WWE Superstar Ho Ho Lun! Here’s a rundown of the complete card

AEW Dark Full Card (1/4/22) – Ho Ho Lun Debuts

  • Team Taz’s Powerhouse Hobbs vs. Colt Cabana (w/-1)
  • Ho Ho Lun vs. Sammy Guevara
  • Dark Order’s Alan “5” Angels (w/-1) vs. Tony Nese
  • “Legit” Leyla Hirsch, Kris Statlander, & Red Velvet vs. Renee Michelle, Sofia Castillo, & Marina Tucker
  • The Wingmen’s JD Drake (w/ Cezar Bononi) vs. Varsity Blonds’ Brian Pillman Jr.
  • Marina Shafir vs. Valentina Rossi
  • Dreamgirl Ellie vs. Dark Order’s Anna Jay (w/Tay Conti & -1)
  • Bobby Fish vs. Ryzin
  • Jamie Hayter vs. Madi Wrenkowski
  • Blanco Loco & Axton Ray vs. The Acclaimed (Max Caster & Anthony Bowens)
  • Chandler Hopkins vs. Dante Martin
  • Rolando Perez, Austin Green, & Donnie Primetime vs. The Gunn Club (Billy, Colten, & Austin)

Ho Ho Lun Debuts on AEW Dark!

AEW Dark continues to be the place where former WWE cruiserweights debut for the company, and tonight is no exception as WWE Cruiserweight Classic participant Ho Ho Lun appears in one-on-one action against Sammy Guevara!

Lun has been wrestling for over a decade, starting his career in China before branching out to the Asian independent scene, and then Europe, before moving on to Japan. In 2016 he took part in WWE’s Cruiserweight Classic, making it to the second round before eventually being eliminated by Noam Dar. In 2017 Lun was granted his release by WWE, and he’s been primarily associated with Dragon Gate in Japan since then.

Lun’s appearance on Dark follows the debut of Jake Atlas last night on Elevation. Former WWE Cruiserweight Champion Tony Nese also signed with AEW recently, while former 205 Live roster members Anthony Greene and Curt Stallion have also appeared on Dark in recent months.

Check out this match and the rest of the action on AEW Dark!

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