It’s finally time for AEW Dark Elevation, and this card is loaded! AEW has a line-up sure to thrill any fan with eight total matches. Penta Oscuro looks to rebound from a loss to CM Punk as he takes on The Acclaimed’s Max Caster. Also, on the card, DDT-Pro Wrestling standoutKonosuke Takeshita returns to AEW, facing off with Brandon Cutler. Finally, our focus will be on Minoru Suzuki’s Dark Elevation debut as he takes on the leader of The Factory QT Marshall. If you just can’t wait for the show we have a report on the AEW Dark: Elevation spoilers for you to read now.
Full AEW Dark Elevation Card (04/25/2022) – Minoru Suzuki Dark Elevation Debut
- Luther, Bulk Nasty, Tito Oric, Jake Omen, and RC Dupree vs. Dark Order’s Evil Uno, Stu Grayson, Alex Reynolds, Alan “5” Angels, and 10
- Konosuke Takeshita vs. Brandon Cutler
- Julia Hart vs. Kris Statlander
- Steel City Brawler vs. Tony Nese
- The Acclaimed’s Max Caster vs. Penta Oscuro
- Minoru Suzuki vs. QT Marshall
- Vince Valor vs. Dark Order’s John Silver
- Ruby Soho, Anna Jay, and Skye Blue vs. Nyla Rose, Emi Sakura, and The Bunny
Minoru Suzuki vs. QT Marshall
Former ROH World Television Champion Minoru Suzuki looks to rebound from losing his title to Samoa Joe as he takes on QT Marshall. While many will favor Suzuki coming into this match-up, I’m not so sure that would be the right call. Suzuki is a legend in this business and a frightening competitor to find yourself across the ring from and definitely should not be counted out. However, he has yet to pick up a win inside of an AEW ring. Provided his losses are to the likes of the earlier mentioned Samoa Joe, Bryan Danielson, Jon Moxley, and Eddie Kingston, that can still weigh heavy on a competitor’s mind.
Let’s also not overlook that QT is a solid competitor with a versatile offense while also being deceptively strong. QT also has Aaron Solo at ringside, and he could easily play a major factor in the outcome. Between Suzuki’s hard-hitting offense and QT’s ring IQ, it’s impossible to pick a winner in this match-up. Nevertheless, this is still a can’t-miss match-up, so tune in!
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