All In Saw Chuck Taylor & Trent Beretta’s First PPV Win Since 2020

Hamish Woodward

Chuck Taylor and Trent Beretta made history at AEW All In, winning their first match on Pay Per View for over three years.

Times have been tough for Best Friends fans over the years. While Orange Cassidy and Kris Statlander have hit big with championship reigns in AEW, Chuck and Trent have failed to achieve their potential as champions.

The Best Friends lost big match after big match, and it looked like All In would be no different.

However, with the help of Eddie Kingston and Penta El Zero M, the duo managed to win their first big match in years, against the Blackpool Combat Club and Santana & Ortiz.

The match was a Stadium Stampede match – an ultra-violent, anything goes match that saw the teams brawl all over the arena, with no holding back.

It was also violent as hell, with blood, tacks and glass all involved. The finish came when Orange Cassidy dipped his first in glue and glass, hitting Moxley with the Orange Punch for the victory.

They were helped to victory by Trent’s Mom Sue, who drove her minivan into Wembley Stadium with trays of cookies for her son and his friends. These trays were used as weapons, and helped the Best Friends’ team win the Stadium Stampede match in the end.

Before All In London at Wembley Stadium, the last time the Best Friends won on Pay Per View was all the way back at Double or Nothing 2020.

At that event, Chuck Taylor and Trent Beretta beat Private Party (Marq Quen & Isiah Kassidy) in a tag team match to decide the number one contender to the AEW Tag Team Championships.

Chuck and Trent then went on to defend their title shot against The Inner Circle, before losing to champions Kenny Omega and Adam Page at Fyter Fest 2020.

This huge victory at All In for Chuck Taylor and Trent Beretta could catapult them into AEW World Tag Team Championship contention once again.

With FTR putting away The Young Bucks once again at Wembley, it could finally be time to see the belts be put on the Best Friends for the first time.

Throughout their career, Chuck Taylor and Trent Beretta have never held tag team gold – a frightening fact for one of the first teams ever signed to AEW.

2023 could finally be their year, and AEW All Out could be the place where we finally see all four Best Friends members with AEW gold around their waist.

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