Preview: AEW Dark (11/29/2022)-Full Card, Start Time, How to Watch

AEW Dark Card - Emi Sakura vs Tiara James graphic

We have a loaded eight-match card set for AEW Dark this evening! The Wingmen’s “Pretty” Peter Avalon, Cezar Bononi, and Ryan Nemeth look to steal the momentum of Matt Hardy and Private Party in trios action. Brian Cage looks to rebound from his loss to Ricky Starks as he faces Tony Deppen. Our focus will be on singles action as Angelico takes on Hagane Shinno in his official AEW debut.

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Full AEW Dark Card (11/29/2022)

  • Emi Sakura vs. Tiara James
  • Jericho Appreciation Society’s “Daddy Magic” Matt Menard, Daniel Garcia, “Cool Hand” Angelo Parker vs. “Hot Sauce” Tracy Williams, Jack Tomlinson, and LSG
  • The Embassy’s Brian Cage vs. Tony Deppen
  • Angelico vs. Hagane Shinno
  • The Factory’s Lee Johnson, QT Marshall, and Cole Karter vs. Justin Corino, Ryan Mooney, and Steven Josifi
  • Chris Wylde vs. “The Reality” Zack Clayton
  • The Wingmen’s “Pretty” Peter Avalon, Cezar Bononi, and Ryan Nemeth vs. Matt Hardy and Private Party
  • Hikaru Shida vs. Layla Luciano

Angelico vs. Hagane Shinno

The struggling Angelico hopes to end his losing streak as he faces the officially debuting Hagane Shinno. Shinno will be a familiar face to Gatoh Move and DDT fans, but those unfamiliar will be treated to a polished and technical performance.

While this is Shinno’s official AEW debut, he did compete at the company’s Fight Forever event in Tokyo, where he picked up a win over Michael Nakazawa. Normally I would go with Angelico in this match-up, but he has not won a match in nearly three months. Shinno will have a great performance, regardless of the outcome, and will show why he deserves the coveted “All Elite” treatment.

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