Brody King made his AEW debut tonight on Dynamite. He aligned joined Malaki Black as part of “House Black“. The duo is also the current PWG World Tag Team Champions.
Brody King Makes AEW Debut
— All Elite Wrestling (@AEW) January 13, 2022
King has joined his PWG tag team partner in AEW. A vignette aired on Dynamite several weeks ago that teased the arrival of King to AEW. The time is now as House Black has a new member.
Penta El Zero Miedo defeated Matt Hardy this week on Dynamite. After the match, he called out Malakai Black who had been feuding with Penta over the last couple of weeks. The lights went out and Black appeared in the ring taking out Penta and Alex Abrahantes. Brian Pillman Jr. and Griff Garrison made their way to the ring along with Julia Hart. Pillman and Garrison have had their issues with Black after he blinded Hart with a shot of mist to her eye.
The duo beat down Black who then began to laugh. The lights went out again and Brody King made his official AEW debut. The duo quickly took out everyone else and stood tall in the middle of the ring.
King was the head of ROH’s VLNCE UNLTD which was engaged in faction warfare with The Foundation, Shane Taylor Promotions, and La Faccion Ingobernable. With ROH on hiatus, King has found a new weekly television home in AEW.
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