AEW Collision

AEW Collision Results for September 2, 2023


AEW Collision Results for September 2, 2023. The program begins with Tony Khan at the microphone explaining that CM Punk was left out of All Elite Wrestling and assured that he feared for his life before tonight’s show. For More Details Click Here.

The Contract Signing –

Already in the ring, Tony Schiavone introduces Ricky Starks for his challenge to Ricky Steamboat for a strap fight. Schiavone asks him if he isn’t crazy for challenging a 70-year-old man. Starks snatches the microphone from him and assures that he will continue with the chaos he started. He points to Big Bill and thanks him for accompanying him and trusting him. Ricky complains that at All In he was sitting in his chair and couldn’t be in London, at Wembley Stadium, so he wants this strap fight at All Out and wants an answer now.

Steamboat comes out on the ramp, with a contract and an angry gesture. The Dragon tells him that more than three weeks have passed since what happened and that he has been growing all this time, so it is time to give him what he wants, so he will sign the contract to shut his mouth once and for all. He shows her the contract to sign and once she does he gives her a surprise.


BRYAN DANIELSON IS BACK. Starks becomes angry as Bryan signs the paper but reconsiders and assures Danielson that she will not forget him. Steamboat snaps, “I wanted a strap fight, you got it!”

Moxley Backstage –

Jon Moxley backstage addresses Orange Cassidy and his International title. He assures him that he is ready because in All Out it will be once in a lifetime and since he found himself on his path he will know his true side in the ring, he already knows his moves but his specialty is destroying his soul and his honor, something that will hurt him. a lot. And he ends by warning him that many people believe in him, so he shouldn’t let them down.

AEW World Trios Championships

The Society (Angelo Parker, Daniel García and Matt Menard) vs. The Acclaimed (Anthony Bowens, Daddy Ass and Max Caster) ©

Bowens starts well and keeps up with him but the villains use his tactics to distract and thus take Bowens to their corner and attack him in turns. In the center of the ring, Garcia connects a Piledriver to Bowens and Menard with Parker apply their finisher to him so that if Daniel’s submission but he manages to touch the rope. Bowens recovers from the trio’s beating and relieves Caster. This applies several Lariats and a Dive. He springboards García but he responds with an Uranagi. Daddy wants to apply the Fameausser but Jake Hager distracts him. He manages to connect it and with the help of Bowens they finish off Parker for the end of the fight.


Victors and STILL champions: The Acclaimed.

Dark Order heads to MJF and Adam Cole for their ROH World Tag Team Championship match backstage. They know that they are more popular and have reached the top since they arrived but tomorrow at All Out the tables will turn and they will begin their reign.

Aussie Open (Mark Davis and Kyle Fletcher) vs. Komander and Nick Wayne (with Alex Abrahantes)

Davis throws his entire body at Wayne and bounces him off the canvas to tag in with Komander. The flyer uses his agility to stop Davis but the Australian takes over with his colleague and thus they neutralize Komander. The Australians dominate Komander in their corner but he makes the comeback and Wayne enters with kicks and speed. Frog Splash but the count remains at two. Aussie Open looks for his finisher but Komander applies a Superkick to Fletcher. Brutal piledriver from Davis to Komander. Wayne dodges his Lariats but when he wants to apply the Os-Cutter, they take him out of the air and end the fight with the Corealis and the count of three.

Winners: Aussie Open.

After the fight, Wayne claims that because he was a loser, Darby Allin didn’t choose him. Allin appears on the ramp and tells him the opposite, that he is very fond of his father but that he must let him go to make his own way. But he assures her that it will be an honor to have her in his corner for All Out. Christian Cage appears and addresses Wayne, mocking his mother. And when addressing Allin he tells him that the people of Chicago smell like a loser a mile away and he is one. This Sunday will be a massacre and he won’t stop it if he messes with the monster in the ring.


Backstage at AEW Dynamite –

Claudio Castagnoli shows Eddie Kingston that Wheeler Yuta endures all of his punishment, so his threats don’t make a dent in him, which is why he will regret it this Sunday. Kingston responds along with Katsuyori Shibata, claiming that they both stink and will see them at the PPV.

Tony Schiavone presents him with his Chicago Bulls numbers to Dennis Rodman. He greets the entire audience, with a cigar in his mouth, and when Schiavone asks him what he’s doing there, Jeff Jarrett and his group interrupt him. He begins to name each of his colleagues, like the best basketball player Satnam Singh and Jay Lethal as champion from day one. In order that everyone is great except Rodman.

Jarrett asks if he has the balls to join his family. Rodman assures that it is a great day and that after 13 years he returned to wrestling. Jarrett shuts him up by saying they’re not in 1998, to which Rodman blurts out that Shaq kicked Singh’s ass. Raj tries to shake his hand to get him to join but Rodman attacks him. The Acclaimed arrives just to save him and they ask for a fight with them.


The Outcast (Ruby Soho, Toni Storm and Saraya) vs. Dr. Britt Baker DMD, Hikaru Shida and Kris Statlander

The villains dominate Shida in their corner, with constant tags and not letting him get away. But the Japanese responds with forearm blows and changes with Statlander. They all enter and attack one by one until Kris irons Saraya and looks for the account that she closes in two thanks to Storm. Baker’s neckbreaker but Storm distracts the referee so Soho sprays Baker in her eyes and Saraya covers her for the count of three.

Winners: The Outcast.

Backstage, Cole assures that Dark Order is a great tag team but not better than them. Cole, since MJF is not there, receives a message of what he should say but there is so much profanity and he is upset that he does not read it.

Powerhouse Hobbs and Miro engage in a fight when The Reedemer enters the ramp and punches each other in the center of the ring. Miro crashes him at ringside and then throws him into the audience, where Hobbs escapes.


Jay White (with Bullet Club Gold) vs. Dax Harwood (with Cash Wheeler)

White controls the fight well, with several chops and suplexes that leave Dax on the canvas for several seconds. But little by little Harwood wakes up and blocks the attacks. Tremendous superplex by Dax that cannot continue but White manages to prevail again to take him to his territory, the lock. Dax breaks free and lands several chops that leave White staggering. A series of suplexes from White in the ring and a brutal Death Valley Driver but the count remains at two. White’s teammates get involved but Dax manages, after a Blade Runner, to recover and cover White but escapes. Another Blade Runner and final.

Winner: Jay White.

After the end of the fight, Todo Bullet Club Gold wanted to attack Cash Wheeler but The Young Bucks appeared and defended FTR. As AEW Collision went Off air. We’ll be covering more on this so stay tuned and remember…the home of professional wrestling is All Elite Wrestling! For more updates follow

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