AEW Fyter Fest 2019: 5 Possible finishes for The Elite vs. The Lucha Brothers and Laredo Kid
- AEW's second show continues the feud between the Lucha Brothers and the Young Bucks.
The Young Bucks and Kenny Omega return to a familiar trope that they used in both New Japan Pro Wrestling and Ring of Honor - teaming together in six-man action. All three members of The Elite are exciting in their own rights, but when they team together, it immediately raises the stakes of their matches.
The Lucha Brothers fell to the Bucks at Double or Nothing, but at AAA's Verano de Escandalo, Penta El Zero M and Fenix successfully recaptured the AAA Tag Team Titles. While the belts are not on the line this time, the feud continues and the match should be an exciting affair.
This will also be a match featuring three of the company's Executive Vice Presidents. Since they are know to have a role in the company and actively promote that fact, it would be feasible that someone interferes in order to 'stick it' to the members of the Elite now that they have power in the company. Here are five possible finishes for their match at Fyter Fest.
#5 The Lucha Brothers pick up a dirty win
Other than reading stories and news on the internet about the encounters both teams have with each other, I'm not 100% sure which team is supposed to be the good guys and which ones are the heels.
Both have acted as each during their careers, but Omega was the face in his match with Chris Jericho.
Both teams have also attacked each other at various points in their ongoing feud, so it might just be a pairing of two completely popular teams. Whoever you root for is the face team and the other team is the heels.
Since the lines are blurred until they have weekly interactions on their television show, anything is possible.
The Lucha Brothers could resort to some dirty tactics in order to pick up another win in the feud. The Bucks lost the last encounter and it would make sense for them to try to cheat and win.
But we also haven't seen the 'Breaker of Bones' version of Pentagon from Lucha Underground.
He was violent and relentless and wouldn't hesitate to hurt or injure anyone, from announcers to commentators. His brother and Laredo Kid might pull out all the stops, including some underhanded tactics like a low blow, in order to pick up another win.