We are now just days away from All Elite Wrestling's latest pay-per-view - Full Gear - and the card is stacked with big fights and talented wrestlers.
Perhaps the most intriguing one of the whole lot is the non-sanctioned bout between Kenny Omega and Jon Moxley, whose feud has been rumbling on since Double Or Nothing back in May.
The big title fight though is between Cody Rhodes and Chris Jericho, the latter whom is AEW World Champion.
One of the Executive VP's of AEW, Cody became the number-one contender to Jericho's title at All Out in August with a victory over Shawn Spears.
Since then he's become embroiled in a war with the Inner Circle - Jericho's new stable which includes Jake Hager, Sammy Guevara and the tag team of Santana & Ortiz.
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Cody's back-up has since dwindled following the attack on his brother Dustin at the hands of Hager, with just Maxwell Jacob Friedman aka MJF by Rhodes' side right now.
This feud has brought out some classic segments and promos, with Jericho firing the first shots on October 9, with a dig at WWE's creative over Hager's 'Jack Swagger' which caught fire on social media.
The brawl in the arena mezzanine in Pittsburgh between the two groups two weeks later was certainly memorable, but the best yet was saved until last night's episode of Dynamite, where Cody cut the promo of his life on Jericho.
Cody revealed that he would not be challenging for the AEW Title ever again if he didn't defeat Y2J at Full Gear, before going on a rant about how Jericho has called Cody and his fans 'millenial b**ches' and how he grew up with a silver spoon in his mouth.
Rhodes hit the home run though when he stated that Jericho 'needed this generation more than it needed him', which is why he formed a stable with guys much younger than him at the age of 48.
Cody then closed it out whilst looking very emotional, declaring that Saturday's match is about how it has taken him so long to become 'undesirable to un-god-damn-deniable' in the wrestling business.
The heat has certainly been ramped up in this feud, and it's brought the best out of both Jericho and more importantly Cody.
Omega v Moxley may be a more hard-hitting, exciting match, but the biggest story will be during the World Championship match, and there will certainly be some emotions shed should Cody walk out of Baltimore victorious.News Now - Sport News