The latest episode of AEW Collision kicked off with Darby Allin issuing an open challenge for the night. We also heard from MJF, Adam Cole, and FTR, building anticipation for their AEW World Tag Title match.
Andrade El Idolo faced Buddy Matthews in an intense ladder match. El Idolo’s calculated move of pushing Julia Hart off the ladder into Matthews resulted in a dramatic win for him.
A backstage interview with Miro was interrupted by Aaron Solo’s chair attack, but Miro quickly turned the tables and got the upper hand.
In a thrilling showdown, Darby Allin emerged victorious against Minoru Suzuki, catching him off-guard with a quick pin.
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The AEW Women’s World Title match between Toni Storm and Hikaru Shida was hyped through a compelling video package.
Samoa Joe secured a win over Gravity with his impressive Muscle Buster move.
In a highly anticipated moment, CM Punk made his presence felt, revealing his AEW World Championship and declaring himself the real-world champion. Ricky Starks interrupted Punk, claiming he deserved a title shot, leading to a heated confrontation.
Punk and Starks agreed to a title match for next week, with Ricky “The Dragon” Steamboat as the special guest referee.
Bullet Club Gold, consisting of The Gunns and Juice Robinson, triumphed over Action Andretti, Darius Martin, and El Hijo del Vikingo.
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Mercedes Martinez defeated Kiera Hogan with her signature Brass City Sleeper, but the post-match assault brought out Kris Statlander and Willow Nightingale to defend Hogan.
In the main event, FTR retained their AEW World Tag Team Titles against MJF and Adam Cole, with Dax Harwood securing the pinfall on MJF. Despite MJF’s initial frustration, he reconciled with Cole in the end.
As AEW Collision went off the air, the scene was filled with a mix of emotions, leaving fans eagerly anticipating the next chapter in these compelling storylines.