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AEW teases a major announcement

September 16, 2022 | News | No Comments

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AEW posted on Twitter that they will be announcing some big news concerning their TNT broadcast.
“We’ve got big news coming VERY soon,” the verified @AEWonTNT account posted today. The tweet came along with logo of the company on a black brick wall background and the tag line “Are you Elite?” at the bottom as well as the TNT logo.
While the live weekly broadcast is set to start in October, no official date was given. AEW recently trademarked the name Wednesday Night Dynamite that might suggest that the new show will be airing on Wednesdays.
Originally, the company trademarked Tuesday Night Dynamite but WWE will also be running a weekly in-studio show on FS1 on Tuesday nights. Now the rumors are that NXT will move to FS1 as well on Wednesday, which could be in direct competition with AEW.Click Here: Trent Alexander-Arnold Jersey Sale

1. Denzel Dejournette and Mofahim defeated Team 3.0
2. Dexter Lumis defeated Cezar Bononi
3. Jessi Kamea and Kavita Devi defeated Deonna Purrazzo and Rachael Ellering
-Nick Ogarelli cut a promo.
4. Shane Thorne defeated Ridge Holland
5. Imperium (Fabian Aichner and Marcel Barthel) defeated Dio Maddin and Isaiah Scott
6. Raul Mendoza defeated Arturo Ruas
7. Rinku Singh and Saurav Gurjar defeated Bronson Reed and Daniel Vidot
8. Io Shirai defeated Xia Li
9. The Brit-Am Brawlers defeated The Outliers (w/Robert Stone)Click Here:

7/30/19 WWE Smackdown Recap

September 13, 2022 | News | No Comments

WWE SmackDown Results
July 30, 2019
Earlier today we see Shane McMahon on screen and says he won’t be on SmackDown tonight, person to blame for this is Kevin Owens who attacks me and wants revenge but I take on Kevin Owens at SummerSlam, at SummerSlam your career ends and you will look me in the eye and say Shane is the better man and I quit.
When we go live commentators say what is coming – Champion Vs Champion – Kofi Kingston Vs AJ Styles. Daniel Bryan announcement tonight, Kings Court with Trish Stratus as guest and Roman Reigns issues his SummerSlam challenge.
Kevin Owens comes out and says we will make it through the night without Shane McMahon and want to reinsure you not being here and SmackDown can be about the talent and not your stupid face, make sure you bring your stupid face and body and it is me Vs you 1-on-1 in the ring and I am not going to quit at SummerSlam because I will beat you, not just beat you but beat the hell out of you and you don’t belong in this ring with people like me. After that beating you may show up still and from that moment on this is not your ring, show but the Kevin Owens Show. Music of Drew McIntyre hits. Drew McIntyre says you don’t listen but you have a match tonight which Shane didn’t mention and its Kevin Owens Vs Drew McIntyre and one more thing – Drew hits Kevin Owens with the microphone and sends him outside and across the commentary table. Drew says that match is next.
Commercial break
Singles Match
Drew McIntyre Vs Kevin Owens
Drew McIntyre in control of Kevin Owens in the corner. McIntyre with a chin lock on Owens. Owens tries to regain control but McIntyre takes him down. Armlock by McIntyre. Owens regains control and kicks to Drew, chops from the corner, Drew goes shoulder first into the post, cannonball on McIntyre for a two count. In the corner headbutt by Owens followed by a Frog splash for a two count.
Commercial break
When we return Owens in control, McIntyre nails Glasgow Kiss, then goes for Claymore Kick blocked and a pop up power bomb by Owens for a two, Owens climbs top rope and chops to Owens, McIntyre with a Celtic Cross of the top rope for a two. On the outside Drew McIntyre dismantles table and then Owens nails a Stunner on McIntyre sends him in the ring, drop kick followed by another Stunner for the win.
Winner via Pinfall Kevin Owens
Backstage: Kayla Braxton interviews Dolph Ziggler about his actions with Shawn Michaels last week, Dolph Ziggler says who cares, last week Mick Foley got destroyed by The Fiend, Goldberg last match was forgettable, and now The Miz wants to face me and he is not even the best wrestler in his family as Maryse is better and tonight Finn Balor wants to challenge me and I will prove I am the best wrestler at the moment.
Backstage We see Ember Moon with Bayley and Bayley said I chose you as my oponnent at SummerSlam and if you try something against me you will regret it.
Commercial break
Backstage Aleister Black says I am different, feel different, talk different and my redemption lies in the blood of my soul, How do I right my next chapter after Cesaro saga, sitting here waiting less patiently, for anybody to catch on and I am trying to do for me.
Womens Division Tag Team Match
Ember Moon and SmackDown Womens Champion Bayley Vs Alexa Bliss and Nikki Cross

Bayley in control of Bliss, Ember dives to outside onto Nikki Cross.
When we return Cross in control of Bayley, hooking her in the ring mat, Bliss with a dropkick to Bayley, Slap to Bayley, Cross tagged in and Bayley sends her to the outside, Bayley tags in Ember and kicks to Alexa Bliss. Moon takes down Cross and nails splash into the corner onto Bliss and Eclipse to Nikki Cross, then Alexa sends Moon into the ringpost. Twisted Bliss on Ember Moon for the win.
Winners via Pinfall Alexa Bliss and Nikki Cross
After the match Bayley helps Ember Moon up and drops her with a Belly to Bayley Suplex.
Sarah Scrieber interviews Sami Zayn who says he is here scouting but see people complaints. Aleister Black sits in a room and begs for a fight but doesn’t live up to the hype and if he came infront of these parasitic fans he would lose. I am going to challenge Aleister Black and beat him down and expose him at SummerSlam.
Up next Kings Court hosted by Jerry Lawler with WWE HOF Trish Stratus.
Commercial break
Backstage: Daniel Bryan is interviewed by Kayla Braxton about his announcement and Daniel Bryan just walks away.
Kings Court – Hosted by WWE HOF Jerry “King” Lawler
Jerry says it is good to be the king especially in Memphis, TN, She is a favourite female superstar of mine Trish Stratus. Trish comes out. Trish says she flew from vacation to here and missed Raw Reunion. Raw was a wild show, Lawler says the ending of Raw Reunion was amazing and people were backstage and saying they wish they had one final match. Do you want a final match? (Crowd chant one more match) Trish says WWE is in my blood and I a kind of mom and need to do my duties. Music of Charlotte Flair hits,  Charlotte says it is a disgrace to hold Kings Court without a Queen present, how am I not in a match at SummerSlam, Charlotte says stop your sappy reminiscing and your a mom, a lot of WWE Superstars are parents, we have a mom, everyone has a mom and sounds like an excuse and at SummerSlam in front of your children in your hometown Charlotte challenges you, Charlotte says since WWE evolved and industry changed and trailblazers and expected more competitive fire from you and you don’t think you can hang with the queen and exit my ring and go back to changing diapers. Trish says I respect you Charlotte, incredible performer and you are just being a bitch, there would be no trail for you to blaze without me and without me, Lita, Beth Phoenix, Jacqueline there is no division and to beat the women you need to beat the women and your match at SummerSlam is on.
We see AJ Styles and Raw World Tag Team Champions talking about their win on Raw.
Firefly House segment. Saying the Fiend has been unleashed
Commercial break
Singles Match
Dolph Ziggler Vs Finn Balor
When we return match is underway and Ziggler in control till a slingblade byBalor, Fameasser drop by Ziggler for a two count. Ziggler goes for Sweet Chin Music kick but missed and then Slingblade and stomp and then Balor sends Ziggler outside, lights go out and music of Bray Wyatt hits and arena goes black and he appears and lights go out and then back up and Ziggler drops Balor with Zig Zag for the win.
Winner via Pinfall Dolph Ziggler
Commercial break
Non-Title Singles Match
Ali Vs WWE Intercontinental Champion Shinsuke Nakamura
Ali with quick attack and in control till Nakamura sends Ali into the post and Nakamura regains control and then nails a knee. Ali with a face bomb. Reverse exploder by Nakamura, Nakamura goes for a Kinshasha knee but missed and a drop kick by Ali and goes for his splash but missed and then another attempt and powerbomb reversed and third knee strike missed and a roll up for the win.
Winner via Pinfall Ali
We see a video package about the career of Randy Orton leading to his challenge for WWE Championship.
Backstage The New Day talk about the main event.
Commercial break
Non-Title Champion Vs Champion Singles MatchWWE Champion Kofi Kingston w/SmackDown Tag Team Champions The New Day – Big E and Xavier Woods Vs WWE United States Champion AJ Styles w/Raw Tag Team Champions The OC – Luke Gallows and Karl Anderson

Tie up starts the match, headlock by Styles, arm lock takedown by Kingston, Styles gets to the rope to cause break. takedown by Styles, then a takedown by Styles, Shoulder dive takes down Styles, standing drop kick by Styles, back elbow by Kingston, Kingston sent into corner but climbs to second rope and dropkick by Styles, Trouble in Paradise attempt, Styles with a knee on outside and sends Kingston into rope. Styles sends Kingston into timekeeper area.
Commercial break
We will hear after the match who Roman Reigns will face at SummerSlam
Styles in control, Kingston climbs to top rope and AJ follows but shoved off and a rolling DDT of the top rope. Boom Drop by Kingston on Styles. Kingston with a drop kick. Trouble In Paradise blocked, SOS by Kingston for a two count. Wheel kick by Kingston, Kingston on the top with a splash on Styles but Gallows and Anderson pull Styles out, Woods and Big E confront them and then Styles with a punch to Kingston, boot by Kingston to Styles. Gallows and Anderson send Big E and Xavier into wall, then dive onto Styles/Anderson/Gallows by Kingston, Yoshi Garoshi knee by Styles for a two count. Trouble in Paradise kick to Styles as Styles attempts elbow for the win.
Winner via Pinfall WWE Champion Kofi Kingston
We see Kayla Braxton waiting to interview Roman Reigns about his match and is walking backstage towards Kayla Braxton and something falls on him and then more stuff falls. EMTs and staff check and he is okay and then walks away confused.
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Impact Wrestling Returning to NYC in November

September 13, 2022 | News | No Comments

PWInsider reports that Impact Wrestling will return to New York City on November 5 and 6 for TV tapings at the Melrose Ballroom in Long Island City, Queens. Impact Wrestling has yet to confirm the news, but we will keep you updated when they do.Click Here:

Smackdown to eliminate Monday house shows

September 11, 2022 | News | No Comments

Dave Meltzer reported that Smackdown will stop doing house shows on Mondays once they move to FOX.
The schedule will be Thursday house show, Friday Smackdown, Sat House show, and Sunday house show when there isn’t a pay-per-view.Click Here:

– Pro Wrestling Sheet reports that Roman Reigns has signed a new multi-year deal with WWE. The exact duration is not yet known.
– AML Wrestling announced that Renee Michelle is now part of their women’s division.

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– “The King” is returning to the ring…

– Upcoming…

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WWE has announced Charlotte Flair vs. Ember Moon for tonight’s SmackDown episode.
Flair will look to keep her momentum going following the win over WWE Hall of Famer Trish Stratus at Sunday’s SummerSlam pay-per-view. Moon lost to SmackDown Women’s Champion Bayley at SummerSlam.
Stay tuned for more updates on tonight’s post-SummerSlam edition of SmackDown from the Scotiabank Arena in Toronto, and be sure to join us for live coverage at 8pm ET.
Below is the current line-up for tonight’s SmackDown, along with WWE’s announcement on Flair vs. Moon:
* Roman Reigns vs. Buddy Murphy
* Charlotte Flair vs. Ember Moon
* How will Randy Orton respond to the kendo stick attack from WWE Champion Kofi Kingston
* What’s next for Kevin Owens and more SummerSlam fallout

Ember Moon to clash with Charlotte Flair
Ember Moon will get the chance to bounce back from her crushing SummerSlam loss to Bayley when she goes one-on-one with Charlotte Flair tonight on SmackDown LIVE.
After defeating WWE Hall of Famer Trish Stratus on Sunday, The Queen will be looking to continue to prove herself as the best female Superstar of all generations when she takes on The War Goddess. Moon claimed victory in their last encounter several weeks ago, pinning Flair with a rollup and dropping her with the Eclipse after the match. Will The Shenom have the upper hand this time, or will Flair make Moon bow down to The Queen?

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Chris Jericho is creating more headlines and buzz for the Wednesday Night Wars. Speaking to Hollywood Life, Jericho gave his thoughts on NXT and more. Highlights are below.
On NXT: I am not at war with anyone at NXT. Why would you start a war with some minor leagues? I think we [AEW] are doing what we are doing on Wednesday night and WWE decided to counter-program with NXT.
There is no war for me at all because there is not one guy on that show that I have ever heard of before and that is not being snobby– it’s just that I don’t watch NXT. So, if you want to watch NXT, that is fine. If you want to watch AEW, that is fine as well. But, it is certainly not a war on our part, because we have been doing great on our own — selling out shows and selling 10,000 tickets in five minutes without any type of war or competition.
I think this just adds more eyeballs onto us. The one thing I learned when I was in WCW is the worst thing you can do is worry about your competition. Worry about what you are doing and clean your [own] house and make sure your own shit is going good. That is what we are doing, and we are not worrying about whatever anyone else is doing.
I mean you can put on a Happy Days reunion show on a Wednesday night — you could put on anything, and to me, we are going to continue doing what we do and that is put on a great product and give an alternative to what people have expected what the norm of what pro wrestling is. We are going to change that, and we are going to have to try to do something different. If we didn’t, there is no reason to get into it. You don’t want to be a copy of anything. You want to be your own entity and live in your own universe, and that is what we plan on doing!
On Joining AEW: It is great to be in this position and whether I win or I don’t, one of the reasons why it was so important and integral to sign Chris Jericho to AEW was to provide a face and a name that everyone knows. You got a lot of talented guys in that locker room, but a lot of them don’t have the worldwide television name value that I have. So, it was so important to get me involved, to kind of build a bridge between those fans that know who Jericho is but don’ really know what AEW is.
Once you watch AEW, it then you are going to know who Kenny Omega is and Adam Page and The Young Bucks and MJF and all these other guys. I think it will blow people’s minds because people will be like, ‘Who are these guys that no one heard of before?’ It is like they are ten-year overnight sensations because all of them have been big stars around the world, just not on a national basis in the United States. So, I am really looking forward to blowing people’s minds!Click Here:

According to PW Insider, IMPACT Wrestling will now cover hotel costs for talent during their travels on the road. Reports state that management has been working on this perk for some time as a way to remove some of the financial burden for the wrestler’s road expenses. IMPACT did cover costs for the recent tapings in Mexico, marking the first time the promotion has been able to offer such a perk since Anthem Media took control. This new policy will begin next week when IMPACT invades the Sam’s Town Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada.Click Here:

All Out

September 1, 2022 | News | No Comments

The Buy In:
21-Woman Casino Battle Royale; winner receives a match to crown the inaugural AEW Women’s Worl Champion:
After a delay, The Buy In finally came on AEW’s YouTube channel. Apologies for any missed eliminations. The women in the ring are Nyla Rosa, Big Swole, and Penelope Ford. Rose tosses Swole out and drops Ford with a Samoan Drop and tosses her out. Tenille Dashwood, Ivelisse, Bea Priestley, Brandi Rhodes, and Awesome Kong enter. Britt Baker attacks Priestley on the ramp. Sadie Gibbs is also in the match. King accidentally takes Rhodes down and then Ivelisse and Gibbs attack King on the corner. Dashwood helps as Rose goes after Rhodes. Rhodes drops Rose with a stunner and then Kong eliminates Dashwood and Ivelisse. Allie, Nicole Savoy, Teal Piper, ODB, and Jazz enter the match. Kong takes Savoy down and then Savoy takes down a group of women on the floor. Savoy tosses Baker into the ring and Piper applies a sleeper to ODB. Rose eliminates Savoy and battles with Kong. Kong gets sent to the floor and Mercedes Martinez enters the match. Mercedes slams Baker to the mat and drops Gibbs with a suplex. Mercedes stomp Priestley into the mat and suplexes Rose. Allie takes Mercedes down and then delivers shots in the corner.
Rose eliminates Allie and Gibbs takes Rose down. Gibbs dropkicks Baker and press slams Priestley. Priestley comes back and eliminates Gibbs. Baker drops Martinez with a Slingblade, but Priestley drops Baker. Rose slams Priestley and Martinez delivers a knee strike to Rose. Baker eliminates Martinez with a superkick and the Baker, Rose, and Priestley are left in the ring. Rose smashes Priestley and Baker in the corner and then Baker drops Priestley with a Destroyer. Priestley gets eliminated by Baker. Rose eliminates Baker with Priestley’s help.
Winner: Nyla Rose

The video hype package for the feud between Adam Page and Chris Jericho is shown.

Private Party (Isiah Kassidy and Marq Quen) vs. Angelico and Jack Evans
Angelico and Kassidy start the match. Angelico applies a wrist-lock, but Kassidy turns it into one of his own. Angelico counters back and drops Kassidy to the mat. Kassidy comes back with another wrist-lock, but Angelico drops him and applies a headlock. Kassidy gets free and takes Angelico down with an arm-drag. Evans tags in, as does Quen. Neither man get an advantage, but Evans kicks Quen’s sunglasses out of the ring. Quen delivers a dropkick and takes him to the corner. Kassidy tags back in and delivers forearm shots. Quen tags back in, but Evans kicks Quen in the face and then sends Kassidy to the floor. Evans delivers a corkscrew kick to Quen and goes for the cover, but Quen kicks out. Angelico tags in and takes Quen to the floor. Angelico goes for the cover, but Quen kicks out. Evans tags back in and takes Quen down with a double stomp. Evans goes for the cover, but Quen kicks out at two. Evan applies a scissors submission, but Quen makes it to the ropes.
Evans delivers a knee strike, but Quen comes back with a forearm shot. Quen slams Evans into the corner and then tags in Kassidy. Kassidy delivers a dropkick to Evans and then drops Angelico with a hurricanrana on the outside. Kassidy kicks Evans in the head and takes Angelico out with a springboard moonsault. Kassidy comes down onto Evans in the ring and goes for the cover, but Evans kicks out at two. Quen tags in and he and Kassidy double-team Evans. Quen delivers a double stomp, but Angelico sends him to the floor. Kassidy drops Angelico with a spinning DDT and Evans kicks Quen in the chest. Kassidy tags in and he and Quen double team Evans. Kassidy takes Angelico out with a suicide dive. Quen hits a Shooting Star Press and rolls Kassidy into the ring for the cover, but Evans kicks out at two. Evans comes back with a suplex to Kassidy. Evans comes off the ropes, but Kassidy moves. Angelico grabs Kassidy’s leg and Evans kicks him in the chest. Angelico kicks Kassidy in the face and Evans connects with an assisted 450 splash. Evans goes for the cover, but Kassidy kicks out at two.
Angelico and Evans go up top, but Quen grabs Angelico. Quen kicks Angelico in the head and then takes Evans down with a reverse rana. They take Evans down with Gin and Juice and get the pin fall.
Winners: Private Party
-After the match, Angelico and Evans attack and beat down Private Party.

A vignette for Wardlow airs.
MJF is backstage for an interview. He says the reason he doesn’t have a match on the card is because he wanted to help out his best friend, Cody, tonight in his match against Shawn Spears.
Jim Ross joins Goldenboy and Excalibur on commentary.

All Out:
The show opens with the National Anthem and then a video hype package for the main matches for tonight’s show. “Come and Get It” by Prevail is the theme song for the event.
Six-Man Tag Team Match: Jurassic Express (Jungle Boy, Luchasaurus, and Marko Stunt) vs. SoCal Uncensored (Christopher Daniels, Frankie Kazarian, and Scorpio Sky)
Jungle Boy and Kazarian start the match. Kazarian applies a headlock, but JB takes him down. Kazarian rolls through and gets a two count and then they exchange roll-ups for various counts. They stand at a stalemate and then Kazarian drops JB to the mat and tags in Daniels. Daniels delivers an STO to JB and slams him in the corner. JB comes back with a hurricanrana and then delivers an arm drag. JB delivers a dropkick and tags in Luchasaurus. Lucha and JB double kick Daniels and Lucha goes for a cover, but Daniels kicks out at one. Lucha delivers a knee strike and slams Daniels to the mat. Lucha delivers a standing suplex and tags in Stunt. Stunt takes Daniels down with a hurricanrana and a kick in the corner. Stunt delivers a neck-breaker and Daniels rolls to the floor. Stunt takes out Sky with a hurricanrana and then Stunt and JB send Kazarian to the floor. Stunt takes out Daniels with a suicide dive and JB does the same to Sky and Daniels. Lucha comes off the ropes and takes out SCU as well.
Lucha tosses Daniels back into the ring and Stunt comes off of Lucha’s shoulders and goes for the cover, but Daniels kicks out. JB tags back in and delivers an uppercut and a chop. JB goes for the cover, but Daniels kicks out at one. JB applies a side headlock, but Daniels counters and Sky tags in. JB applies a waist-lock, but Sky gets free and Kazarian tags in. Kazarian takes JB down with a leg lariat and slams him in the corner. Sky tags in and kicks JB in the midsection. JB comes back with forearm shots, but Sky delivers a double stomp to his back. Daniels tags in and keeps JB grounded and mocks Stunt a bit. Daniels slams JB into Kazarian’s boot and tags him in. Daniels and Kazarian delivers a sit out power bomb/neck-breaker combo. Kazarian goes for the cover, but JB kicks out at two. Sky delivers an uppercut to JB in the corner and then Daniels delivers an enzuigiri. Kazarian delivers a dropkick in the corner and tags in Daniels. Daniels goes for the cover, but JB kicks out at two.
Daniels applies a rear chin-lock, but JB fights out and drops Daniels with a clothesline. Kazarian and Lucha tag in and Lucha takes advantage. Lucha kicks Daniels and Kazarian and tosses Sky across the ring. Lucha kicks Sky in the head and goes to slam Daniels, but Kazarian saves him. Lucha kicks Daniels and Sky in the head and choke slams Kazarian. Lucha splashes onto Kazarian and goes for the cover, but Kazarian kicks out at two. Stunt tags in and Express triple teams Kazarian. Stunt goes for the cover, but Daniels breaks it up. Lucha goes for a double choke slam, but Sky gets involved. Sky and Kazarian drop Lucha onto Daniels’s knees and then Kazarian takes out JB. Kazarian sends Lucha into JB and Stunt on the outside and then Sky takes Lucha out with a suicide dive. Kazarian tosses JB back into the ring and Daniels and Sky do the same to Stunt. Kazarian holds Stunt and JB and Daniels comes off the ropes for the BME and Kazarian gets the pin on JB.
Winners: SoCal Uncensored
-After the match, all six men shake hands.

PAC vs. Kenny Omega
They lock up and Omega applies a headlock. PAC sends him off the ropes, but Omega drops him with a shoulder tackle. They lock up again and Omega applies a hammer lock. PAC counters with a take down and then stomps on Omega’s back. Omega shoves PAC away and PAC smacks him in the face. Omega kicks PAC in the leg and goes for the crusher, but PAC lands on his feet. Omega takes PAC down with a monkey flip and PAC goes to the floor. PAC comes back in and takes Omega down with a hurricanrana. Omega sends PAC to the floor and goes for a dive, but PAC kicks him in the midsection. PAC grabs Omega, but Omega backs PAC into the barricade. Omega goes for a power bomb on the apron, but PAC slams him into the barricade. PAC slams Omega into the apron and into the barricade again. PAC puts his boot in Omega’s face and tosses him back into the ring. PAC goes up top and delivers a shotgun dropkick. Omega comes back with shots to the midsection, but PAC kicks him in the head. PAC goes for the cover, but Omega kicks out at two.
PAC applies a headlock, but Omega counters with a few elbows. Omega sends PAC to the apron and delivers a dropkick that sends him to the floor. Omega connects on a suicide dive and tosses PAC back into the ring. Omega delivers a kick to the back of the head and then delivers a fisherman’s buster. Omega goes for the cover, but PAC kicks out at two. Omega slaps PAC across the back a few times, but PAC elbows him in the face. PAC shoves Omega into the corner and connects with a forearm. PAC comes over the ropes, but Omega catches him and slams him to the mat, Omega goes for a standing moonsault, but PAC dodges it. PAC drops Omega with a spike DDT and goes for the cover, but Omega kicks out at two. PAC goes up top, but Omega rolls to the floor. PAC goes the other way and takes Omega out with a moonsault. PAC rolls Omega back into the ring and goes up top. PAC delivers a 450 splash and goes for the cover, but Omega kicks out at two. They exchange shots and Omega takes the advantage.
PAC comes back with a few forearm shots, but Omega dropkicks him into the corner. Omega delivers a buckle bomb and then takes PAC down with a spine buster. Omega goes for the cover, but PAC kicks out at two. Omega sets up fot the V Trigger, but PAC gets behind the referee. Omega takes PAC down anyway and then delivers the V Trigger. Omega lifts PAC and deliver a suplex. Omega goes for the cover, but PAC kicks out at two. Omega sets up for the Tiger Driver, but PAC counters and drops him to the mat. PAC delivers a cutter and goes for a suplex, but Omega lands on his feet. PAC sends Omega off the ropes and drops him with a snap suplex. PAC delivers a German suplex and goes for the cover, but Omega kicks out at two. PAC puts Omega on the top rope, but Omega counters and slams him face-first into the turnbuckle. Omega delivers a snap suplex and the V Trigger. Omega goes for the cover, but PAC kicks out at two. Omega goes for the V Trigger again, but PAC blocks it and kicks Omega in the midsection.
PAC goes for an enzuigiri, but Omega dodges it. Omega goes for the V Trigger, but PAC kicks him in the face. PAC delivers another kick, but Omega comes back with the V Trigger. Omega delivers another after the run the ropes and goes for a reverse rana, but PAC dodges and delivers one of his own. They exchange shots and Omega delivers a knee strike. Omega goes for the One Winged Angel, but PAC counters and locks in the Brutalizer and Omega passes out.
Winner: PAC

Cracker Barrel Clash: Darby Allin vs. Jimmy Havoc vs. Joey Janela
Havoc leaves the ring and grabs weapons. He brings a staple gun into the ring and staples his shirt to his chest. Allin and Janela attack him and send him to the outside. Allin grabs duct tape and tapes Havoc to a chair and Janela holds him. Janela kicks Havoc in the face and then dumps tacks into his hand. He plugs Havoc’s nose and dumps the tacks in Havoc’s mouth. They tape Havoc’s mouth shut with the tacks inside. Janela tosses Allin back into the ring, but Allin comes back with a suicide dive. Allin sends Janela back into the ring and takes him down with an arm drag. Allin delivers a stunner and goes up top. Havoc asks Allin to dive onto him and Allin does so. Janela kicks Allin in the face, but Allin comes back and sets up for the Coffin Drop. Janela cuts him off and slams him onto the apron. Janela grabs a tennis racket and tosses it away. Janela grabs a table and sets it up. Havoc spits the tacks into his hands and throws them at Janela. Havoc slaps tacks into Janela’s back and pokes him in the eye.
Havoc grabs a chair, but Janela kicks him in the face. Havoc comes back and slams Janela to the mat and goes for the cover, but Janela kicks out at two. Havoc gives Janela a papercut between his fingers and sets him on the chair. Havoc does it again and then uses the staple gun on his head. Havoc goes for a monkey flip, but Janela lands on the chair. Havoc gives Janela a papercut on his tongue, but Janela comes back with a brain buster on the chair. Allin gets back into the ring, but Janela sends slams him through the table on the outside. Janela comes off the top for a plancha, but Havoc moves out of the way and Janela hits the floor. Havoc gets a basket of biscuits and hits Janela with them. Havoc drags the Cracker Barrel barrel to ringside, but Janela sends him into the ring. Janela drops Havoc with a clothesline, but Allin brings a skateboard into the ring. He hits Janela in the head with it and the bottom of the skateboard is covered in tacks. Allin drives the tacks of the board into Janela’s back. Allin goes for the cover, but Havoc pulls Allin to the floor and slams him into the steps.
Havoc sets up the table on the outside, but Allin comes off the apron with a Coffin Drop that sends Havoc through the table. Allin slams Havoc into the steps and Havoc shoots staples at him from the staple gun. Allin slams Havoc into the steps again and then lays him on top of them. Allin grabs one of the barrels and performs a Coffin Drop with it, but Havoc moves and Allin hits the steps as the barrel explodes. Havoc goes up top, but Janela cuts him off and drops him with a DDT. Janela goes up top and delivers the Picture Perfect elbow drop. Janela goes for the cover, but Havoc kicks out at two. Janela gets the other barrel in the ring and puts it on top of Havoc. Havoc gets up and delivers an uppercut. Havoc suplexes Janela and Janela’s legs crash through the barrel. Havoc delivers the Acid Rainmaker through the barrel and gets the pin fall.
Winner: Jimmy Havoc

Tag Team Match; winners receive a first round bye in the AEW World Tag Team Championship Tournament: The Dark Order (Evil Uno and Stu Grayson) (w/The Creepers) vs. Best Friends (Chuck Taylor and Trent Beretta)
Grayson and Taylor start the match and Grayson backs him into the corner. Uno tags in, but Taylor fights back. Beretta tags in and all four men brawl in the ring. Friends clothesline the Order to the floor and share a hug. Uno gets back into the ring, but Taylor takes him down with a dropkick. Taylor tosses Beretta onto Uno and Beretta goes for the cover, but Uno kicks out at two. Grayson tags in and Beretta meets him with a back elbow. Uno pulls Beretta to the floor and holds his ankle as Grayson delivers a dropkick. Beretta falls into the barricade and then Uno tosses him back into the ring. Grayson and Uno double team Beretta and Uno goes for the cover, but Beretta kicks out at two. Uno delivers a chop and puts his boot in his face. Uno slams Beretta into the corner and tags in Grayson. Grayson drapes Beretta over the ropes and tags in Uno. Uno slams Beretta into the corner and tags Grayson back in. Grayson spears Beretta in the corner and sends him to the opposite corner, but Beretta comes back with a clothesline.
Uno tags in and keeps Beretta grounded. Uno and Grayson stomp away on Beretta in the corner as Grayson tags back in. Grayson continues to stomp on Beretta as Uno tags back in. Beretta connects with an elbow to Uno and sends Grayson to the floor. Beretta goes for the tag, but Grayson pulls Taylor to the floor. Grayson tags back in and he and Uno drop him with an enzuigiri/brain buster combo. Grayson goes for the cover, but Beretta kicks out. Uno tags back in and charges at Beretta in the corner. Beretta dodges and drops Uno with a DDT. Taylor and Grayson tag in and Taylor drops Uno with Sliced Bread. Taylor power bombs Grayson and goes for the cover, but Grayson kicks out at two. Taylor sends Grayson to the floor and then takes he and Uno out with a suicide dive. Taylor tosses Grayson back into the ring, but Uno grabs his ankle. Grayson stomps on Taylor and then kicks him in the chest. Beretta tags in and delivers an elbow to Grayson in the corner. Beretta drops Grayson with a German suplex and Taylor tags back in.
Taylor drops Grayson with a crusher and goes for the cover, but Grayson kicks out at two. Beretta tags back in, but Grayson kicks he and Taylor in the head. Uno tags in and he drops Beretta with a pump kick. Uno sends Grayson to the outside onto Taylor and the Creepers. Uno connects with a cannonball senton on Beretta and goes for the cover, but Beretta kicks out at two. Grayson tags in and delivers a knee to Beretta. Grayson throws Beretta into Taylor and then Uno cannonballs on Taylor and Grayson hits a 450 on Beretta. Grayson goes for the cover, but Beretta kicks out at two. The Order sets up for the Fatality, but Taylor shoves Grayson to the mat. Beretta rolls up Uno for a one count and Taylor tags in. Beretta delivers a knee strike to Uno and Friends suplex Grayson to the mat. Beretta tags back in and sets up for Strong Zero, but Uno slams Beretta into the corner. Taylor drops Uno with a dropkick and then plants Grayson with a spike. Beretta goes for the cover, but Uno pulls Beretta to the floor.
The Creepers attacks Taylor on the floor and slam him into the steps. Uno rolls Beretta back into the ring and they hit the Fatality on Beretta and Uno gets the pin fall.
Winners: The Dark Order
-After the match, Dark Order continues to attack Best Friends, but Orange Cassidy appears. He takes out all The Creepers with a suicide dive. Taylor and Beretta get into the ring and hug Cassidy.

Singles Match; winner receives a match to crown the inaugural AEW Women’s World Champion: Riho vs. Hikaru Shida
Shida drops Riho with a waist-lock take down and then drops her with a shoulder tackle. Riho comes back for an arm-drag, but Shida blocks it. Riho gets free, but Shida catches her and delivers a back-breaker. Riho comes back and dropkicks Shida into the corner, but Shida comes back with a knee lift. Shida delivers a back-breaker and goes for the cover, but Riho kicks out at two. Shida delivers another back-breaker and goes for another cover, but Riho kicks out again. Shida applies a Boston Crab, but Rhino makes it to the ropes. Shida applies a hanging back-breaker submission and then hangs Riho in the corner. Shida delivers a running knee and goes for the cover, but Riho kicks out. Shida picks Riho up, but Riho fights out and takes Shida down with a hurricanrana. Riho low-bridges Shida to send her to the floor and goes up top. Shida cuts her off, but Riho delivers an elbow shot. Riho delivers a double stomp to Shida on the apron and goes back up top. Riho connects with a cross-body and goes for the cover, but Shida kicks out at two.
Shida comes back with a forearm and runs the ropes, but Riho trips her up. Riho goes for the 6-1-9, but Shida blocks it. Riho comes back with a roll-up, but only get a two count. Riho rolls Shida up and delivers another double stomp. Riho runs the ropes, but Shida meets her with a knee strike. Shida delivers a suplex and then another knee strike. Shida goes for the cover, but Riho kicks out at two. Riho comes back with a roll-up for two, and then another, but Shida rolls through and puts Riho on the apron. Shida delivers an enzuigiri and goes up top. Shida suplexes Riho back into the ring and goes for the cover, but Riho kicks out at two. Shida goes for a suplex, but Riho counters with one of her own. They exchange shots on the ropes and Riho delivers a double stomp. Riho delivers double knees and goes for the cover, but Shida kicks out at two. Riho goes up top and comes off, but Shida moves. Riho connects with knees to the head and runs the ropes, but Shida catches her and delivers a back-breaker. Shida goes for the cover, but Riho kicks out at two.
Shida grabs Riho, but Riho rolls through for a two count. Shida goes for a knee strike, but Riho dodges it and rolls Shida up for the pin fall.
Winner: Riho
-After the match, Nyla Rosa comes to the stage and stares Riho down.

The video hype package for the feud between Cody and Shawn Spears airs.
Cody (w/MJF) vs. Shawn Spears (w/Tully Blanchard)
Cody drops Spears with a suicide dive and then attacks Blanchard as well. Cody sends Spears into the crowd and they brawl there for a bit. Cody gets Spears back into the ring and the bell sounds. Cody takes Spears to the outside and power slams him on the floor. Blanchard gets involved and low blows Cody as MJF was with Earl Hebner. Spears gets Cody back into the ring and delivers a few chops. Cody comes back with some of his own, but Spears goes up top. Cody climbs as well and takes him down with a hurricanrana. Cody goes for a suicide dive, but Spears meets him with an elbow shot. Spears hangs Cody on the ropes and kicks him in the face. Spears delivers a few lefts to Cody’s face and then rakes his boot across his face. Spears chops Cody to the floor and spits some water in his face. Spears tosses Cody back into the ring, but Cody comes back and connects with a right hand. Cody charges, but Spears moves and Cody hits the ring post. Spears delivers a DDT on the apron. Spears goes for the cover, but Cody kicks out at two.
Spears takes the weight belt off of Cody and spits on it. Spears shoves Hebner a few times and Hebner does the same to Spears. Spears tosses the belt away and grabs another belt from Blanchard. Spears hits Cody with Blanchard’s belt a few times and trash talks MJF. Cody fires up and kicks Spears in the face. Cody stomps away on Spears in the corner after a forearm shot. Cody takes Spears down with a springboard cutter and delivers an Alabama Slam. Cody applies a Figure Four, but Spears counters it immediately and turns the pressure. Blanchard grabs Spears’s hand for extra leverage, but Cody makes it to the ropes. Cody rolls to the floor, but Spears follows him. Spears delivers a Death Valley Driver on the entrance ramp. Spears gets back into the ring as Hebner begins the count. MJF tries to drag Cody back to the ring, but Hebner stops him. Cody gets back into the ring at around the eight count. Spears drops his knee pad and grabs Cody, but Cody drops him with Cross Rhodes. Cody goes for the cover, but Blanchard distracts Hebner.
Blanchard and MJF get into the ring and MJF throws his scarf at Blanchard. Spears takes MJF down and sends him to the floor. Blanchard stomps on MJF on the floor and Arn Anderson appears. Anderson gets into the ring and drops Spears with a spine-buster. Blanchard looks shocked as Anderson goes backstage. Blanchard follows him backstage as Cody grabs Spears. Spears drives Cody into the apron and grabs a chair. Cody kicks Spears in the chest and drops Spears to the mat with a face-buster. Cody grabs the chair and tosses it aside. Cody delivers right hands and then an elbow strike. Cody tosses the chair to Spears and delivers the Disaster Kick into the chair. Cody drops Spears with Cross Rhodes and gets the pin fall.
Winner: Cody

The video hype package for the feud between Lucha Brothers and The Young Bucks is shown.
AAA World Tag Team Championship – Escalera De La Muerte: Lucha Brothers (c) (Pentagon Jr. and Rey Fenix) vs. The Young Bucks (Matt Jackson and Nick Jackson)
Luchas kick the Bucks in their midsections, but The Bucks come back and go for the Meltzer Driver. Luchas block it and Pentagon comes off the ropes with a dropkick to Matt. Luchas run the ropes, but the Bucks throw a ladder at them. Matt sends Nick into the Luchas and he delivers a double dropkick. Matt slams Fenix into the corner and Nick kicks him in the head. Nick comes off the top onto Fenix as Matt was holding him. The Bucks pose on the ladder, but the Luchas take them down. Fenix comes over the top of a ladder and takes the Bucks down on the floor. Pentagon slaps Nick across the chest, but all four men get back into the ring. Fenix and Nick get on the ladder, but they get pulles down and Matt and Pentagon get on the ladder. They get dropped with cutters. All four men brawl with the ladders and then… my steam on Sling TV went out… apologies.
The stream comes back on with Pentagon setting a ladder up in the ring. He gets table in the ring and Fenix sets it up. Fenix puts Matt on the table and climbs the ladder. Matt climbs up as well, as does Pentagon. Pentagon delivers a Destroyer from the ladder and through the table. Nick puts Pentagon on a table on the floor, and Fenix does the same to Matt. They stare at each other and climb ladders. They dive off and send Pentagon and Matt through the tables. Nick sets another table up on the outside and Fenix places a ladder on the barricade and ring apron. Nick drops Fenix with a DDT and sets up another table. Fenix climbs the ladder in the ring, but Nick cuts him off. Nick goes to power bomb Fenix through the tables, but Fenix escapes. Matt and Pentagon get back into the ring and Matt climbs. Pentagon gets on his back and pulls him down. Matt locks in the Sharpshooter on Pentagon and Nick sets the ladder over Pentagon and locks a cross-face in through the ladder.
Fenix climbs the ladder, but the Bucks cut him off. Nick climbs the ladder and reaches for the belts as Pentagon superkicks Matt. Pentagon pushes the ladder over and Nick crashes through one of the tables on the floor. Pentagon climbs the ladder, but Matt does as well. Matt rips Pentagon’s mask off and kicks Fenix in the face. Matt reaches for the belts, but Pentagon shoves the ladder over. Pentagon gets his mask back and he and Fenix deliver Zero Fear to Matt on a ladder. Fenix and Pentagon get into the ring and set the ladder back up. They climb and grab the belts.
Winners and still AAA World Tag Team Champions: Lucha Brothers
-After the match, two masked figures get into the ring and shove the ladder over. They stomp away on the Luchas and then attack Nick as well. The take off the masks to reveal themselves as Santana and Ortiz.

AEW’s next pay-per-view will be entitled Full Gear and will take place on Saturday, November 9th in Baltimore, Maryland.

The video hype package for the feud between Adam Page and Chris Jericho is shown.
Singles Match to crown the inaugural AEW World Champion: Adam Page vs. Chris Jericho
They tie up and Jericho drops Page with an arm-drag. Jericho delivers another arm-drag, but Page comes back and chops him against the ropes. Jericho comes off the ropes, but Page catches him and delivers a fall-away slam. Page sends Jericho to the floor and follows him out. Page delivers a couple of chops and chases Jericho around the ring. Jericho gets back into the ring, but Page drops him with a clothesline. Page goes for the cover, but Jericho kicks out. Page sends Jericho to the corner, but Jericho counters with a boot to the face. Jericho delivers a missile dropkick and goes for the cover, but Page kicks out. Jericho goes for the Liontamer, but Page sends him to the floor. Page connects on a suicide dive that sends Jericho into the barricade. Page tosses Jericho back into the ring and goes up top. Page connects with a flying clothesline and goes for the cover, but Jericho kicks out. Page sends Jericho to the floor and then connects with a standing Shooting Star Press and both men are down on the floor.
Page gets back to the apron at the nine count, but Jericho sends him back into the barricade and to the floor. Jericho slams Page into the barricade and rings the bell and says he wins. Jericho tosses Page back into the ring and drops him with an arm-breaker. Jericho wraps Page’s arm around the ropes and keeps control of the match. Jericho attacks Page’s knee and then goes for the cover, but Page kicks out at two. Jericho goes back to the arm, but Page fights back. Page runs the ropes, but Jericho drops him with a dropkick. Jericho goes for the cover, but Page kicks out. They exchange chops and Page sends Jericho to the apron. Jericho goes up top and comes off with a cross-body. Page catches him and delivers a fall-away slam. Page kicks up and drops Jericho with a rolling senton. Page delivers a forearm shot and a standing Shooting Star Press. Page goes for the cover, but Jericho kicks out at two. Page goes for a dropkick, but Jericho holds onto the ropes. Jericho goes for the Lionsault, but Page blocks him and drops him with a neck-breaker from the ropes.
Jericho comes back and locks in the Liontamer, but Page gets free. Page delivers an elbow shot and Jericho is busted open. Jericho rolls to the floor, but Page follows him and continues to punch him in the wound. Page gets Jericho back into the ring and stomps away on him in the corner. Jericho comes back and they both go up top. Page delivers a swinging neck-breaker from the top and goes for the cover, but Jericho kicks out at two. Page kicks Jericho in the chest and goes for a suplex, but Jericho counters and drapes Page over the top rope. Jericho delivers right hands and goes for a springboard kick, but Page counters and kicks Jericho in the face. Page drops Jericho with the Buckshot Lariat and sets up for the Dead Eye. Jericho rolls through and applies the Liontamer, but Page makes it to the ropes. Jericho puts his hands on the Aubrey Edwards, but she gets in his face. Page sends Jericho to the floor and goes up top. Page connects with a moonsault and tosses Jericho back into the ring.
Page goes for the Buckshot Lariat, but Jericho counters with the Codebreaker. Jericho goes for the cover, but Page kicks out at two. Jericho delivers knee strikes, but Page comes back with a rolling elbow strike. Page goes for a running Shooting Star Press, but Jericho gets his knees up. Jericho goes for the Codebreaker, but Page counters and looks for the Dead Eye. Jericho rolls through and gets a two count. Page comes back and delivers the Dead Eye and goes for the cover, but Jericho kicks out at two. Page delivers the Buckshot Lariat and goes for the Dead Eye again, but Jericho counters and delivers the Judas Effect and gets the pin fall.
Winner and inaugural AEW World Champion: Chris JerichoClick Here: