The Lucha Brothers, Rey Fenix and Penta El Zero M clashed against each other on the latest edition of AEW Dynamite. Both the stars were almost witnessed without their masks during their epic battle.
Rey Fenix and Penta El Zero M’s faces were nearly exposed
The latest edition of AEW Dynamite saw The Lucha Brothers, Rey Fenix and Penta El Zero M collide in the main event of the show.
It was their second time facing off against each other. In their previous meeting, Fenix had won the contest despite his injury.
Their second clash took the show by a storm as they put up another great match on AEW Dynamite.
It is needless to mention how remarkable Rey Fenix and Penta El Zero M are in the ring. But, keeping the moves aside, the match also saw some personal angles.
Masks are part of the attires and are sacred to the luchadors in the Lucha Libre culture. It is also worthy to mention that wrestlers could get disqualified if they rip off the opponent’s mask. However, that was not the case on Wednesday night.
In a spot, Penta El Zero M tore the mask of his brother, Rey Fenix to such an extent that his face was nearly exposed and was visible.
However, he managed to cover up his face with the rest of the portion of his mask. Fenix also ripped Penta’s mask and it was a much bigger tear exposing the majority of his face.
Check out the clips below:
— All Elite Wrestling on TNT (@AEWonTNT) November 12, 2020
— All Elite Wrestling (@AEW) November 12, 2020
They both continued the match with their torn masks. In the end, Penta El Zero M emerged victories after he hit Mexican Destroyer at the edge of the ring apron and then the Fear Factor inside the ring and pinned his brother for the three counts.
Following the match, Eddie Kingston, who lost the ‘I Quit’ match against Jon Moxley at AEW Full Gear talked about Rey Fenix being the deadweight and he does not want him in the faction.
Then everyone saw the long-awaited return of Pac. He cut a promo and went onto attack Kingston but they were separated by several referees.
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