Christian Cage retains TNT Title with assist from Nick Wayne, Edge debuts at AEW WrestleDream

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Adam Copeland has arrived to All Elite Wrestling. 

Closing out AEW’s WrestleDream pay-per-view was a 2-out-of-3 Falls match between Darby Allin and TNT Champion Christian Cage for Cage’s title. Both talents got points on the scoreboard before the final fall. 

Coming down to the ring for the backend of the match was Nick Wayne. He snatched the TNT Championship out of Cage’s hands as he was about to use it on Darby. Wayne then stood side by side with Allin and was instructed to hit Christian with the belt. Wayne then decided to hit Darby over the head with the title which led to Cage retaining his championship. 

Christian embraced Nick Wayne post-match and they continued to beat down Darby. Sting then made his way to the ring but the two-on-two did not last long before Luchasaurus joined the fray. As the numbers game got the best of Allin and Sting, a video package aired of an individual driving to the WrestleDream location in Seattle, Washington and ultimately making his way to the ring was Adam Copeland a.k.a. Edge. 

Christian handed his chair over to Copeland, but Copeland went after Wayne and then took out Luchsaurus. He then shook hands with both Allin and Sting. After his arrival to AEW, Tony Khan announced that Copeland has signed with the company.

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