It’s time for a stacked episode of AEW Dark, with eight matches set for this evening’s card. The Factory is in action as Cole Karter, QT Marshall, and Lee Johnson take on Man Scout, Teddy Goodz, and Channing Thomas. Also in trios action is Dark Order’s Evil Uno, John Silver, and Alex Reynolds as they face off with Arjun Singh, Mike Magnum, and Brett Gosselin. In a bit of deja vu, our focus will be on the ROH Pure Championship as Daniel Garcia looks to defend, this time against Brock Anderson.
Full AEW Dark Card (11/15/22)
- Daniel Garcia vs. Brock Anderson
- Kennedi Copeland vs. Kiera Hogan
- Skye Blue vs. Paris Van Dale
- “The Reality” Zach Clayton vs. Frankie Kazarian
- Brando Lee and Lucas Chase vs. Iron Savages
- The Factory’s Lee Johnson, QT Marshall, and Cole Karter vs. Man Scout, Teddy Goodz, and Channing Thomas
- Dark Order’s Evil Uno, John Silver, and Alex Reynolds vs. Arjun Singh, Mike Magnum, and Brett Gosselin
- LMK vs. Athena
— Brock Anderson (@BAndersonAEW) November 15, 2022
Ring of Honor Pure Championship: Daniel Garcia (c) vs. Brock Anderson
After successfully defending against Leon Ruffin, Daniel Garcia looks to make it two in a row as he battles Brock Anderson on AEW Dark. Compared to his opponent, Anderson has not been as active; the last time he was in an AEW ring was about two months ago. While Anderson has competed elsewhere, he has virtually no momentum coming into this match.
On the other hand, Garcia is on his most dominant run to date, and he’s looking better with each performance. Brock does have one thing going for him; he will have his Hall of Fame father, Arn Anderson, in his corner. While Arn’s presence will help his son, I do not see it being enough to unseat the dominant Garcia.
This will still be an exceptional match and one you will not want to miss!
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