Explosive AEW Tag Team Title Showdown Unveiled for WrestleDream PPV

A new title match has been announced for AEW WrestleDream. Aussie Open challenged FTR to an AEW tag team title matchup at the event. The challenge was made on this evening’s Collision shortly after the Top Guys successfully defended the titles against the Iron Savages.

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— All Elite Wrestling (@AEW) September 17, 2023

AEW Wrestle Dream takes place on October 1st from the Climate Pledge Arena. An updated lineup can be found below.

AEW Tag Team Championship Match:
FTR (c) vs. Aussie Open

Zack Sabre Jr. vs. Bryan Danielson

Swerve Strickland vs. Adam “Hangman” Page

The All Elite Wrestling (AEW) tag team title picture continues to heat up as Aussie Open has challenged FTR for a championship match at AEW WrestleDream. The challenge was made on the latest episode of Collision, shortly after FTR successfully defended their titles against the Iron Savages. This highly anticipated matchup adds another layer of excitement to the already stacked card for WrestleDream.

Aussie Open, consisting of Kyle Fletcher and Mark Davis, have been making waves in the tag team division since their debut in AEW. Known for their high-flying and hard-hitting style, they have quickly gained a reputation as one of the most formidable teams in the promotion. Their challenge to FTR is a bold move, as FTR has established themselves as dominant champions with their old-school, no-nonsense approach to tag team wrestling.

FTR, consisting of Dax Harwood and Cash Wheeler, have been on a tear as AEW Tag Team Champions. They have successfully defended their titles against top teams like The Young Bucks, Jurassic Express, and now the Iron Savages. Their chemistry and in-ring skills have made them one of the most respected teams in the industry today.

The matchup between FTR and Aussie Open promises to be a clash of styles. FTR’s technical prowess and tag team expertise will be put to the test against Aussie Open’s high-flying and hard-hitting offense. Both teams have proven themselves as top contenders, and this championship match has the potential to steal the show at WrestleDream.

AEW WrestleDream is set to take place on October 1st at the Climate Pledge Arena. In addition to the AEW Tag Team Championship match, the event will feature other exciting matchups. Zack Sabre Jr. will go one-on-one with Bryan Danielson, two highly skilled technical wrestlers. Swerve Strickland will face off against Adam “Hangman” Page, a match that promises to showcase the athleticism and charisma of both competitors.

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