Hand it over. There are all kinds of titles under the AEW banner and some of them have built up quite the lineage in the company’s relatively short history. The company has made a big deal about keeping their titles strong, which means that a title change is quite the big moment. That is the case again this weekend, as a title change took place following a rather odd title reign.

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This weekend at AEW Collision, Christian Cage defeated Darby Allin and reigning champion Luchasaurus to win the TNT Title. Cage won the title by pinning Luchasaurus after a Coffin Drop from Allin. The win marks Cage’s first title reign in AEW and comes after he held the physical title throughout Luchasaurus’ title reign. Cage has already been ordered to defend the title against Allin at WrestleDream on October 1 in a 2/3 falls match.

Cage should make a good champion. Check out the title win plus his time in AEW:

Opinion: That makes for an interesting change of pace as Cage has held the physical title for the last few months but now gets to be champion himself. The way he won the title is not likely going to go well for Luchasaurus, but Cage has been one to push the boundaries of things since he and Luchasaurus got together. We could be in for an interesting title reign and they are off to a good start.

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