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AEW Collision Results (6/8/24): Blackpool Combat Club Take On FTR

AEW Collision Results – June 8, 2024

This week’s episode of AEW Collision kicks off with tag team action between FTR and Blackpool Combat Club.

FTR vs. Claudio Castagnoli and Wheeler Yuta ends in a time-limit draw

  • Claudio Castagnoli has Cash Wheeler in the Rings of Saturn as the time expires.

Dax Harwood gets a microphone and asks for five more minutes, and Blackpool Combat Club agrees. Brandon Cutler comes out on behalf of The Young Bucks with the match contract, which states that this match was only scheduled for 20 minutes, not 25.

Cutler gets in the ring to show them the contract and gets a Giant Swing followed by a Shatter Machine for his troubles. Castagnoli says Cutler might have ruined it tonight, but they say they’ll take on FTR in a rematch in the future.

Kyle O’Reilly is backstage and is asked about his match tonight against Orange Cassidy. O’Reilly says it’s easy to see why Orange Cassidy is one of the faces of this company. Roderick Strong and The Kingdom come in and says since Kyle has come back, he looks good…but not great, and implies something or someone is missing. Strong tells O’Reilly he’s got this and says he can offer advice since he’s beaten Orange twice.

O’Reilly says they’ve been through this before, and he appreciates their support, but he doesn’t need it right now. Strong says O’Reilly needs to remember what he told him when he came back before walking off.

Stokely Hathaway has an important announcement on AEW Collision

Kris Statlander (w/ Stokely Hathaway) defeated Robyn Renegade

  • Kris Statlander hits Robyn Renegade with Saturday Night Fever to score the pinfall victory.

Stokely Hathaway gets on the microphone and puts Statlander over. Hathaway says he had a conversation with Tony Khan and said the two of them were in agreement that she’s the past, present, and future of AEW. Hathaway announces Statlander as the first woman in the Owen Hart Tournament Cup and says no one can stop her.

Willow Nightingale is backstage. She says it’s interesting that Statlander has entered the tournament, and as last year’s winner, she’s also entering. Nightingale says she’s in the arena tonight to keep an eye on the action.

Dustin Rhodes defeated Johnny TV (w/ Taya Valkyrie) defeated Dustin Rhodes

  • Dustin Rhodes hits Johnny TV with the Final Cut to score the pinfall victory.

The Natural has words for Jack Perry

Dustin Rhodes gets on the microphone and says he’s getting old. The crowd chants that he’s still got it. Rhodes says he has two things to say: he puts over the crowd for being behind him for six decades, and he thanks them for accepting him.

Dustin thanks everyone in the back, the production crew, and the cameramen. Rhodes says he wants to talk about Jack Perry and says we missed him when he left. When he came back, they were happy to see him, and then he attacked his boss, Tony Khan.

Rhodes says Perry disgusts him for joining The Elite. Dustin says Perry knows nothing about sacrifice because he was born with a silver spoon in his mouth and has never worked a day in his life. Rhodes says Perry hasn’t sacrificed shit. Rhodes says Perry is mediocre because he’s a follower and not a leader. Dustin says they have a match this Wednesday on Dynamite, and he’s gonna destroy his punk ass.

A video package plays hyping up New Japan Pro-Wrestling’s Zack Sabre Jr., who wants a rematch against Orange Cassidy at Forbidden Door.

The Premier Athletes (w/ Smart Mark Sterling) defeated Trent Jordy and Dante Leon

  • A quick squash match win for The Premier Athletes.

We get a quick video package message from Scorpio Sky, who says when he returns, he’ll be your hero, your voice, and your champion because he’s here for you.

AEW Women’s World Champion Toni Storm (w/ Mariah May and Luther) defeated Lady Frost

  • Toni Storm hits Lady Frost with Storm Zero to score the pinfall victory.

A third entrant announced for the Women’s Owen Hart Cup Tournament

Storm sits down on the ring apron with Mariah May and says she understands that it’s difficult for her that she’ll be facing her former partner, Mina, in a few weeks at Forbidden Door. Toni tells May that she loves her and she will look out for her and demands that May be entered into the Owen Hart Tournament. Storm says she’ll be with May every step of the way, and they’ll get through this together.

It’s announced that Lee Moriarty and Actoin Andretti will face each other next week on Collision for a spot in the Forbidden Door Ladder Match. Moriarty and Andretti are backstage with their respective friends Shane Taylor Promotions and Top Flight. Andretti tries to be a good sport about their match next week, while Moriarty and Shane Taylor show disrespect.

Katsuyori Shibata is the cameraman for Samoa Joe and HOOK’s segment. Joe gives him grief about Lacrosse before they charge into The Premier Athletes’ locker room and beat the hell out of them. Shibata tells Sterling that there’s no crying in wrestling.

Daniel Garcia defeated Tate Mayfairs

  • Daniel Garcia hits Tate Mayfairs with the Red Cross to score the pinfall victory.

A video package plays for CMLL’s Zeuxis ahead of her match this Wednesday night against Mercedes Moné for the TBS Championship on AEW Dynamite.

Orange Cassidy is backstage extremely stressed out about a lot of things. Between his friends being gone, the challenge from Zack Sabre Jr., and his upcoming match with Kyle O’Reilly, he isn’t sure what he’s going to do.

It’s time…for the main event of AEW Collision!

Orange Cassidy defeated Kyle O’Reilly

  • Orange Cassidy hits Kyle O’Reilly with two Orange Punches to score the pinfall victory.

Trent Beretta and Kyle Fletcher attack Orange Cassidy after the match. Kyle O’Reilly tries to make the save, but they are overwhelmed. Kris Statlander comes out to attack Cassidy but Willow Nightingale comes out to make the save as AEW Collision goes off the air.

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