AEW Collision November 4, 2023
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AEW Collision Results (11/4/23): Darby Allin, Swerve Strickland, And More In Action

AEW Collision Results – November 4, 2023

This week’s episode of AEW Collision kicks off with short promos FTR, Big Bill, Ricky Starks, Jake Roberts, Lance Archer, Darby Allin, Prince Nana, and Swerve Strickland to hype tonight’s matches. Swerve was jumped while talking by his opponent for tonight, AR Fox. It appears that will be our opening contest.

Swerve Strickland (w/ Prince Nana and Gates of Agony) defeated AR Fox

  • Swerve Strickland hits a double stomp off the top rope on AR Fox to score the pinfall victory.

The Mogul Embassy looks to attack AR Fox following the match, but FTR comes out to make the save, and the six men brawl. This brings out Ricky Starks and Big Bill. LFI then comes out, and they help clear the ring. House of Black is shown in the crowd watching all of the havoc unfold.

A video package plays hyping the AEW World Championship match between MJF and Daniel Garcia this Wednesday on AEW Dynamite.

Kip Sabian is backstage. Sabian says he’s pist off that a returning Mark Briscoe attacked him last week on AEW Rampage. Sabian and The Workhorsemen challenge Briscoe and any two partners he can find for later on tonight.

Roderick Strong wants people to care about neck health

Roderick Strong and The Kingdom come to the ring. Strong complains that no one cares about neck health and people don’t take them seriously. Strong says they are going to make people take them seriously.

The Kingdom (w/ Roderick Strong) defeated James McGregor and Brixton Nash

  • The Kingdom hit a spike piledriver on James McGregor. Matt Taven secures the pinfall victory for his team.

Roderick Strong attacks Brixton Nash after the match and pretends like he aggravated his neck injury afterward.

A video package plays showcasing the reign of terror that Christian Cage, Luchasaurus, and Nick Wayne have unleashed upon All Elite Wrestling.

Mark Briscoe is backstage. Briscoe accepts Kip Sabian’s challenge for later on tonight. FTR comes in and offers to be his partners, saying they are willing to pull double duty. Briscoe says he appreciates the offer, but he wouldn’t do that to them, and he has two people in mind. Briscoe wouldn’t reveal who his tag partners are.

Darby Allin defeated Lance Archer (w/ Jake Roberts)

  • Darby Allin hits a top rope destroyer on Lance Archer to secure the pinfall victory.

A new faction is formed on AEW Collision

Jake Roberts says Darby Allin isn’t going to get away with things like this forever. Roberts introduces The Righteous as his latest clients. Roberts says Allin is about to go straight to hell. Lance Archer attacks Allin from behind and hits him with the Blackout.

Kris Statlander, Willow Nightingale, and Skye Blue are backstage. Statlander thanks Skye Blue for what she did to Julia Hart on Dynamite. Hart says she didn’t do it for her; she did it for Nightingale because she always has her back. Blue wishes Nightingale luck in her match later tonight. Statlander seemed upset by this as Nightingale tried to play peacemaker.

Alex Abrahantes is backstage. He’s confronted by Swerve Strickland and Prince Nana. A match is set for Dynamite between Swerve and Penta El Zero Miedo.

The Acclaimed celebrate 69 days as Trios Champions in the ring on AEW Collision.

Anthony Bowens says he has a surprise for Max Caster, and they play a video from MJF saying he’s kinda starting to like The Acclaimed after what took place on Dynamite this week. Caster says he’s very happy and thanks Billy and Anthony.

The 69-day celebration is eventually interrupted by Dalton Castle and The Boys. Castle destroys The Acclaimed’s trophy, and everybody brawls. This leads right into a Trios Title match.

The Acclaimed and Daddy Ass defeated Dalton Castle and The Boys to retain the AEW World Trios Titles

  • Max Caster hits the Mic Drop on one of The Boys to score the pinfall victory for his team.

Andrade El Idolo’s business is his own…until next week!

Andrade El Idolo is backstage. Nair asks if he’s given any more thought to CJ Perry’s offer. El Idolo says his business is his business, but he’ll give Perry his answer face to face next week on Collision.

Mark Briscoe, Dustin Rhodes, and Keith Lee defeated Kip Sabian and The Workhorsemen

  • Mark Briscoe hits the Froggy Bo on Kip Sabian to secure the pinfall victory for his team.

Lexy Nair is backstage is Mark Briscoe. Briscoe says Jay White is walking around with a title that doesn’t belong to him and challenges him to a match this Wednesday on AEW Dynamite.

Willow Nightingale defeated Emi Sakura

  • Willow Nightingale hits Emi Sakura with the Babe with the Powerbomb to score the pinfall victory.

Samoa Joe is backstage. Joe says he still hasn’t heard from MJF in response to his assistance. Joe says eventually, MJF is going to realize he has no other choice but to accept his help. Samoa Joe goes on to say he’s beaten everyone there is to challenge him for the Ring of Honor World Television Championship. This brings in Keith Lee, who challenges Joe to a match; Joe accepts and says they’ll do it Wednesday on Dynamite.

FTR and LFI defeated Ricky Starks, Big Bill, and Gates of Agony

  • RUSH hits Bishop Kaun with The Horns to score the pinfall victory for his team.

A wild ending to AEW Collision

LFI doesn’t shake FTR’s hands after the match and leave up the aisle. A House of Black video plays. They show up behind Dax and Cash and attack. Claudio Castagonli and Wheeler Yuta come out to make the save as AEW Collision goes off the air.

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