AEW Revolution 2024 Results 3/3: Sting's Final Match, AEW World Title Triple Threat, Storm Faces Purrazzo

The fifth annual AEW Revolution event is set to kick off tonight on PPV, broadcast live from the Greensboro Coliseum at 8 pm ET, with a "Zero Hour" preshow starting at 6:30 pm ET.

Tonight's show is heavily focused on Sting, with this being his final ever night as a professional wrestler. The Young Bucks have tried to make his retirement as difficult as possible, and tonight Sting and Darby Allin get the chance to finally deal with them as Sting aims to end his AEW career undefeated as they collide in a tornado tag team match for the AEW World Tag Team Championships.


Elsewhere there are another five title matches set to take place as Samoa Joe defends his AEW World Championship against both Swerve Strickland and Adam Page. Toni Storm will also be defending her title against her long-time friend turned rival Deonna Purrazzo. Meanwhile, Will Ospreay will compete in his first match as an official AEW star against Konosuke Takeshita. 

Here is the full card for tonight's show:

  • The Bang Bang Scissor Gang vs. Jeff Jarrett, Satnam Singh, Jay Lethal, Private Party, & Willie Mack (Pre-Show)

  • Julia Hart & Skye Blue vs. Willow Nightingale & Kris Statlander (Pre-Show)

  • Chris Jericho vs. Wardlow vs. Magnus vs. Dante Martin vs. Powerhouse Hobbs vs. Lance Archer vs. HOOK vs. Brian Cage (All-Star Scramble Match)

  • FTR vs. Jon Moxley & Claudio Castagnoli

  • Will Ospreay vs. Konosuke Takeshita

  • Christian Cage (c) vs. Daniel Garcia (AEW TNT Championship Match)

  • Eddie Kingston (c) vs. Bryan Danielson (Continental Crown Championship Match)

  • Orange Cassidy (c) vs. Roderick Strong (AEW International Championship Match)

  • "Timeless" Toni Storm vs. Deonna Purrazzo (AEW Women's World Championship Match)

  • Samoa Joe (c) vs. Swerve Strickland vs. Adam Page (AEW World Championship Match)

  • Sting & Darby Allin (c) vs. The Young Bucks (Tornado AEW World Tag Team Championship Match)

The Bang Bang Scissor Gang vs. Jeff Jarrett, Satnam Singh, Jay Lethal, Private Party, & Willie Mack

Isiah Kassidy starts with Austin Gunn, with the Private Party star getting the best of the early exchanges with a dropkick, but Gunn responds with a series of jabs that drops his opponent as he brings in his brother. The Gunns hit a double team as Kassidy then brings in Marq Quen, but it is Colten Gunn who dominates with a dropkick and Max Caster comes in to slam Quen down as Anthony Bowens introduces himself with Scissor Me Timbers. 


Colten comes back in, but a distraction at ringside allows Quen to hit a dropkick as Jeff Jarrett gets involved and attacks him from behind. Lethal tags in and hits a swinging neckbreaker with Willie Mack then nailing a massive lariat. Private Party works together with some double-team action, but Kassidy then fails to hit Gunn when leaping off his partner's back, and instead, he wipes out his own partners. 

Bowens then tags in and starts taking everyone in sight down with a series of strikes as Quen eats a Famouser. However, the distractions eventually become too much and he's dropped with Lethal Combination. Satnam Singh introduces himself with some chops as he then just launches Bowens across the ring. Jarrett and Bowens then exchange punches, and Jarrett then overcommits and lands on the ropes before eating a big boot and a neckbreaker.


Billy Gunn tags in and cleans house, but Singh swipes his leg which allows Mack to hit him with a Stunner as Lethal nails a Cutter. Both Private Party hit top rope moves, but somehow "Daddy Ass" kicks out. Mack then goes for a Six-Star Frog Splash but misses, and Jay White then tags in, but he gets out of the ring as everyone begins nailing finishers on each other in sequence to clean the ring out. 

Inside the ring, Singh stares down White, but Gunn pulls his partner away and Singh then pushes them both, but they work together to take him down. Mack nails a superkick to Gunn but gets dropped with a Bladerunner. 

Winners: Bang Bang Scissor Gang

Post-match, White puts over the fans and says in Boston he might handle some big business of his own. 

Backstage, Orange Cassidy tells Best Friends to stay in the back as he's sick of them getting hurt for him.

A video package then airs for PAC.

Skye Blue & Julia Hart vs. Willow Nightingale & Kris Statlander

Skye Blue attacks Wilow Nightingale to start, but she quickly responds with some chops that allow Kris Statlander to come in with big elbow strikes and chops of her own. Julie Hart gets involved, but that leads to Statlander and Nightingale hitting delayed vertical suplexes to both women. Hart then avoids Nightingale and attacks her leg from behind as they isolate her in their corner. 


Blue and Nightingale's exchange strikes, but Blue grabs the hair to pull her down to the mat as the TBS Champion tags in and connects with some chops. Blue then pushes Nightingale onto the ropes as Hart stomps down on Nightingale in the corner. They then work together pulling Nightingale into the turnbuckles, but she then avoids them and kicks away to bring Statlander in. 

The former champion fires punches to both as she slams their heads together before nailing a double back elbow from the second turnbuckle. Statlander then charges into them in each corner, sweeps their legs, and hits a double senton to get a near fall. Hart then makes a blind tag which allows her to attack Statlander from behind, but she drives the House Of Black member into the corner. 


Blue looks for a diving crossbody only to be caught by both of her opponents who launch her across the ring. Statlander then stacks Hart on the top turnbuckle while Blue is below, Nightingale attempts to charge into both but Hartt avoids it. While Blue eats a splash, Hart ends up being taken out with a Death Valley Driver. Outside the ring, Blue hits a superkick to Statlander while Hart hits Nightingale with an elbow. 

Blue then makes another blind tag and rocks Nightingale with a superkick, but she responds with a missile dropkick as both women tag out. Statlander and Hart then throw hands, but Hart stomps Statlander down in the corner and follows it with the Moonsault Press, but Nightingale breaks it up. Blue nails Nightingale with a thrust kick, but they both eat a double lariat from Statlander. 

Nightingale tags in and misses with the enziguri, but she does connect with a pounce. She follows it with a Doctor Bomb, pinning Blue.

Winners: Willow Nightingale & Kris Statlander

Christian Cage (c) vs. Daniel Garcia (AEW TNT Championship Match)

Daniel Garcia looks to work the arm of Christian Cage early on, and then drops the champion with a shoulder tackle. However, Cage then fakes an ankle injury which allows him to get a cheap shot on Garcia and he then yanks Garcia back onto the top rope and follows up with a few kicks. Cage hits a neckbreaker, but Garcia kicks out at one as Cage then drives Garcia into the second rope. 


Garcia tries to fight back, but Cage dumps him from the top turnbuckle to the outside and then follows up by diving from the top turnbuckle into him. However, as they get back into the ring Garcia nails a chop block and a dragon screw as he focuses on the ankle, but Cage dumps him out of the ring and gives himself some time. Nick Wayne then charges at him, but Garcia launches him into the timekeeper's area. 

Back inside the ring, Garcia takes Cage down and then pulls the turtleneck over his head, and hammers down with punches in the corner before dancing. Cage goes for a shot to the midsection and then stands on Garcia while pulling the middle rope. However, he doesn't connect with his trademark slap after, and Garcia launches him into the steel stairs, but back inside the ring, it is Cage who drops Garcia down to the mat. 


Cage's top rope move doesn't work though, and Garcia puts in an Ankle Lock but Cage gets out. While Cage ends up scaling to the second rope, Garcia rips him off and then hits a delayed German suplex. Cage sends him back into the corner and distracts the official, allowing Killswitch to hit a Chokeslam which is followed by the Five Star Frog Splash, but Garcia kicks out.

Daddy Magic then attacks Killswitch, and that leads to Mother Wayne getting involved. Killswitch comes back, but Magic fights him to the back. Meanwhile, inside the ring Cage looks for a Spear but his ankle gives way, and Garcia nails the piledriver, but Cage just kicks out. The official then gets distracted and Nick Wayne gets involved, allowing Cage to hit the Killswitch. 

Winner (and still TNT Champion): Christian Cage

Eddie Kingston (c) vs. Bryan Danielson (AEW Continental Crown Championship Match)

The two of them exchange strikes early on, with Eddie Kingston goading Bryan Danielson in as he attempts to unload some upper-body strikes, but the "American Dragon" avoids it and hits some of his own as he then brings the champion to the mat. Kingston does connect with some strikes though, and that leads to  his rapid chops in the corner, but the brawl continues as Danielson is sent out of the ring and Kingston follows with a suicide dive. 


Kingston nails several chops on the apron, but then Danielson avoids one and Kingston slaps the ring post a Danielson suplexes Kingston off the apron to the floor. Danielson continues to pick Kingston apart with different strikes as he follows with a missile dropkick as he then works the hand and wrist of the champion, bending them out of place. However, he gets caught trying to attack from the top turnbuckle as Kingston catches him and nails a suplex before hitting a DDT.

Kingston then hammers down with elbow strikes to Danielson, but he responds with a big running dropkick in the corner of the ring. Danielson goes to the well too much though as Kingston avoids the next dropkick, and then gets suplexed which leads to a near fall. Danielson and Kingston then fight to the top turnbuckle, and Danielson then comes in with a running dropkick while Kingston's on the top turnbuckle. 


Danielson then launches his opponents down to the mat and sets in an arm submission, and he then starts nailing the hammer and anvil elbow strikes. Kingston responds with some of his own and then hits the Uraken, but it hurts his injured hand. He still follows it with the Northern Lights Bomb, but Danielson kicks out. Kingston hits another Uraken, but it hurts his hand again and he drops to his knees, so Danielson runs and boots the hand.

Danielson connects with the Busaiku Knee, but Kingston kicks out! Danielson then stomps down on the head of the champion and then sets in the triangle sleeper hold, but Kingston refuses to quit. Danielson then nails his kicks, and hits a German suplex, but Kingston pops up and hits a suplex of his own. The two of them trade slaps to the face and Kington comes out on top, but as Danielson then goes for the Busaiku Knee, Kingston blocks it and he stacks Danielson with a powerbomb.

Winner (and still AEW Continental Crown Champion): Eddie Kingston

After the match, Danielson shows his respect to Kingston. He shakes his hand and raises it and gets the fans chanting, "Eddie."

All-Star Scramble

Immediately all the big men clear out the rest of the ring which leads to a "Meat" chant from the fans. They all pose and then start running into each other to try and dominate, and in the end, it comes down to Lance Archer and Wardlow. They trade forearms and Archer comes out on top, but he then gets caught with a Spinebuster from Powerhouse Hobbs only for Brian Cage to drop him with a Death Valley Driver. Wardlow sends him out of the ring with a hurricarana only to be taken out by a Codebreaker. 


HOOK breaks up the pinfall and they go back and forth as Dante Martin and Magnus do the same as the meat wrestlers. It eventually all comes down to HOOK being in the ring after the other wrestlers dive outside to wipe out the bigger men, and he then does the same from the top turnbuckle. Martin and Magnus then go back and forth with the masked man catching Martin with an enziguri.

Several wrestlers nail superplexes as Martin hits a Frog Splash on Cage, but it's not enough to get a pinfall. However, he then gets dropped with a cutter from Magnus, and that is followed by running knees. Magnus goes to the top rope, but Archer cuts him off with a hip toss from up there, and he follows it with a Chokeslam, but that's not enough. Jericho and Magnus then work together with a double suplex to Archer and then stereo Lionsaults, but that doesn't get the job done. 


Hobbs cleans out both men and then takes down Archer with a power slam. Cage launches him across the ring and then drops HOOK with a clothesline, but Wardlow takes him and Archer and Magnus out with different suplexes. Martin then eats one for good measure as Wardlow then looks for a Powerbomb to Cage, but HOOK comes from behind to lock in a sleeper. Jericho sets in the Liontamer at the same time, but Cage breaks up both. 

HOOK and Jericho go back and forth, and the younger wrestler comes out on top. However, Hobbs sends HOOK out of the ring, only for Jericho to drop Hobbs with a springboard dropkick. As the fight spills outside, Jericho gets dropped with a World's Strongest Slam, but Jericho then sprays him in the face with a fog machine. Wardlow hits his Powerbomb to Cage but Martin stops the pinfall. 

Martin drops Magnus, but Archer then pulls him off and hits a clothesline. He gets sent out of the ring and Wadrdlow drops HOOK with a lariat before Powerbombing Martin. 

Winner: Wardlow

Orange Cassidy (c) vs. Roderick Strong (AEW International Championship Match)

Orange Cassidy avoids the sick kick to start and almost catches Roderick Strong with a roll-up. However, Strong finally gets hold of Cassidy, lifting him into the air and dropping him down onto his knees. Strong then takes the fight outside the ring with a backbreaker onto the barricade, and while Cassidy fights back and hits a suicide dive, back inside the ring Strong immediately focuses on the taped-up ribcage again. 


Cassidy responds to all the chops by driving Strong head-first into the top turnbuckle consistently. However, as they fight on the top turnbuckle, Strong connects with a gut wrench that sees Cassidy driven onto the top turnbuckle as the champion bounces back down to the floor. Strong looks for the End Of Heartache, but Cassidy responds with a Stundog Millionaire, but he doesn't get enough on it. 

That allows Strong to respond straight away, with the Strong Hold being set, but Cassidy makes it to the ropes. Cassidy manages to hit a DDT, and he then hits his slow kicks which then become more aggressive as he stomps down his opponent. Cassidy hits the Panama Sunrise, but it's not enough to win. Strong hits another backbreaker, but then Cassidy hits an Orange Punch. 


He tries for the Beach Break but his back gives way, however, he grabs the ropes and pulls himself up to hit the move. Cassidy attempts an Orange Punch, but gets caught with a knee to the face and then the End Of Heartache. 

Winner (and new AEW International Champion): Roderick Strong

After the match is over, Kyle O'Reilly gets into the ring and the two men embrace. They instantly offer him an Undisputed Kingdom shirt, but O'Reilly gives it back to Strong as he whispers something to him.

Jon Moxley & Claudio Castagnoli vs. FTR

Dax Harwood and Claudio Castagnoli trade pinfall attempt early on, but then the Blackpool Combat Club star connects with several strikes which fire up the FTR star and they begin trading uppercuts. Both men then tag out, and Jon Moxley unloads chops on Cash Wheeler, who responds with a dropkick. Castagnoli tags in, but he gets taken into the corner as Wheeler hammers down punches on him, but Castagnoli manages to successfully dump him out of the ring. 


Moxley comes from behind and charges him into the barricade, and he then places him onto it and clotheslines him into the fans. As they head back to the ring, the Blackpool Combat Club continues to isolate Wheeler, with Castagnoli stomping on him on the apron, which is followed by Moxley biting him and nailing a superplex. Moxley starts slapping Wheeler and talking trash, but he fights back and both men tag out. 

Harwood unloads chops and jabs on Castagnoli, and while Moxley tries to get involved he eats a short-arm lariat for his troubles as he follows it with a crossbody to Castagnoli. Wheeler tags in, but Moxley gets a cheap shot on him as Castagnoli sends Harwood into the ring post which busts him open, and he then drops Wheeler with a clothesline. A bloodied Harwood comes back in and goes back and forth with Moxley. 


Harwood hits him with a piledriver as Wheeler dives out of the ring to wipe out Castagnoli, but BCC responds with a Doomsday Device, only for Wheeler to dive from the top turnbuckle to break the pinfall. FTR fights back and try for the Shatter Machine but BCC blocks it. Wheeler is dropped with a cutter while Harwood is taken on the giant swing, but it's not enough to give them the win.

Moxley nails elbow strikes to Harwood's cut head, and even bits the area. However, as BCC both look to take out Harwood, Wheeler fights back and then holds Moxley up so Wheeler can dive and take him out. It's followed by a Shatter Machine, but Castagnoli pulls Harwood out of the ring. He uppercuts Wheeler as he dives into him, but Harwood plants him outside the ring only for Moxley to hit a Death Rider which Harwood gets out of. Both BCC members then hit the ring and lock FTR into submissions as the official calls it. 

Winners: Blackpool Combat Club

Toni Storm (c) vs. Deonna Purrazzo (AEW Women's World Championship Match)

Mariah May comes out first in Toni Storm's old gimmick, getting people to think it was the champion, but she then appears in her Timeless character. Storm sends Deonna Purrazzo across the mat as soon as they lock up, getting the best of the first exchange, but the challenger then does the same. Purrazzo then takes control of the match with some mat-based wrestling, but Storm responds with a big forearm strike. 


Purrazzo meets her with some of her own and they then trade strikes until Purrazzo clotheslines the champion, who rolls out of the ring. Purrazzo keeps up the attack with a sliding dropkick, but as they get back into the ring Storm charges her opponent into the corner and then gets a low blow when the official isn't looking, and she slows the pace down to take control herself. 

Purrazzo then hits a knee lift and a Russian Leg Sweep, then focusing on the arm of Storm, and while she rolls out the champion is immediately dropped wth a thrust kick. However, she then trips Purrazzo and follows it with a hip attack and then a DDT, which Purrazzo manages to kick out from. The challenger then sends Storm out of the ring into Luther's arms, but she dives from the top turnbuckle into both of them. 


Purrazzo then locks in the arm bar, the official then gets distracted and doesn't see Storm tapping out. Purrazzo releases the hold to attack May, but as she turns around Storm connects with a Piledriver.

Winner (and still AEW Women's World Champion): Toni Storm

Will Ospreay vs. Konouke Takeshita

Will Ospreay catches Konosuke Takeshita with a slap to start, following it with a head scissors that sends him flying across the ring. The Englishman then connects with some chops, but that's something that his opponents respond to with a Takeshita Line. The two then head to the top turnbuckle as Takeshita hits a delayed vertical suplex, but Ospreay kicks out. 


Takeshita then drives him down to the mat with a forearm strike, and the two of them then trade chops, but as Takeshita looks for a hip toss it gets blocked into an abdominal stretch. Ospreay then leaps off the top rope to hit an elbow strike, he then launches himself over the top rope to hit a crossbody, but back in the ring, it is Takesthita's turn to shine. He connects with a big kick of his own and then dives over the top rope to wipe out Ospreay.

As they get back in, Takeshita folds up his opponent with a German suplex, but he's able to kick out of the following pinfall attempt. He then tries to keep up the attack, but Ospreay reverses with a Spanish Fly, and the two men then just trade forearm strikes, and Ospreay then connects with a huge elbow strike that leads to the official checking on him. Takeshita then responds with a massive forearm of his own, and when he looks for another Ospreay blocks it and kicks him in the head. However, Takeshita finally nails the strike himself, and he then looks for a clothesline, but Ospreay counters, and Takeshita counters that. Ospreay then reverses and hits a series of kicks and then the Tiger Driver.


Takeshita then showcases his strength and nails a Blue Thunder Bomb, but Ospreay kicks out. Ospreay then nails several kicks, and despite Takeshita blocking the first Oscutter, the second one hits its mark. Ospreay aims for the Hidden Blade, but Takeshita responds with a strike of his own, and he almost gets the win, but Ospreay kicks out just in time. Takeshita hits a headbutt, but Ospreay responds with Cheeky Nandos Kick, but as they fight on the top turnbuckle Takeshita hits a brainbuster that drops the Englishman onto the ropes. 

Takeshita connects with a huge running knee, and he then look for another but Ospreay catches it. Ospreay connects with a poisonrana, and Takeshita then drops Ospreay down onto his neck to which the Enlgishman hits a big running forearm. They then exchange strikes until Takeshita hits a huge clothesline. He tries for a jumping knee, but Ospreay reverses into a Styles Clash only for it not to be enough. Ospreay hits a Tiger Driver 91 and then the Hidden Blade to wrap things up. 

Winner: Will Ospreay

Samoa Joe (c) vs. Swerve Strickland vs. Adam Page (AEW World Championship Match)

Swerve Strickland and Adam Page staredown to start, so Samoa Joe takes advantage and takes the fight to both of them. He eventually dives out of the ring to attack Strickland, while as Page tries to jump out of the ring, Joe kicks him in the head. Page then sends Joe to the ropes, and Swerve pulls the ropes and that sends him out, allowing Swerve to nail Page with a big boot to the face.


Strickland then goes back and attacks Joe by diving into his back from the ring apron before coming back into the ring with a dropkick to Page. Joe gets back in and attacks Page, he plants him down to the mat and while the pinfall doesn't work, Joe transitions straight into an STF. Joe goes to Swerve and tries to set him for the Muscle Buster, but instead headbutts Strickland which takes him down. However, after a distraction fighting Page away, Swerve can come back to him. 

He and Page then hit a double powerbomb to take the champion out, while Strickland and Page then go back and forth. Strickland almost has it won with a roll-up, but Joe comes in and breaks it up. Page nails Strickland with a Tombstone Piledriver, and once again Joe is the right place to break it up at the end. They take down the champion again as Strickland powerbombs Strickland, and he follows it with a vertical suplex, but for the third time, Joe breaks the pinfall attempt.


Joe goes back and forth attacking both his challengers as Strickland gets chopped out of the ring. Meanwhile, inside the ring, Joe hits Page with a Muscle Buster, but then is immediately hit with a Swerve Stomp and then the House Call. However, he doesn't want to cover Joe and instead focuses on Page, and he hits him with a House Call too, but Page kicks out. Strickland nails a DDT to Joe, and then hits a 450 Splash onto the back of the champion.

He follows it with a Swerve Stomp, but Page pulls out the official to keep the match going. Page then gets the AEW World title and nails Strickland with it several times to knock him to the floor as he tells his rival he will never have the title. He then gets back into the ring to nail a Buckshot Lariat on Joe, and he follows it with a second, but there's no official until one runs down, and that allows Joe to kick out. 

Page looks for a third, but Joe reverses into a sleeper only for Strickland to launch himself from the top turnbuckle to break it up. Prince Nana hands Strickland the crown to use, but he throws it away. Joe then locks in the sleeper, but Strickland reverses and is about to win until Page clobbers the official from behind to stop it. He beats up the official and throws him out of the ring. 


Joe then starts charging into both men, but Strickland blocks the Muscle Buster and sends Joe into a Buckshot Lariat from Page. Strickland then nails Page with the move and follows it with the JML Driver, but Joe throws Strickland across the ring and then locks in the Coquina Clutch on Page. 

Winner (and still AEW World Champion): Samoa Joe

Sting & Darby Allin (c) vs. The Young Bucks (AEW World Tag Team Championship Tornado Tag Match)

Ric Flair is welcomed to ringside, and then the special guest timekeeper, Ricky 'The Dragon' Steamboat. Sting makes his entrance with both of his sons dressed as older versions of him throughout the years. As soon as they get to the ring Darby Allin attacks The Young Bucks and then all four of them hit Stinger splashes on both of their opponents as Sting then locks in a double Scorpion Deathlock.


They wriggle out and the fight spills to outside the ring as Sting launches Nicholas Jackson and Matthew Jackson over the barricades. Meanwhile, his sons start setting up various tables as Darby Allin gets out a big ladder. Allin then launches himself from the top turnbuckle out to both of The Bucks with a Coffin Drop. Sting then pulls out some glass and they lay it on top of several chairs that are all upright next to each other. 

Sting tries to take out both men with his bat but they avoid it and The Young Bucks run away so the champions give chase. They brawl up to the stage, Darby Allin is sent through some tables, and Matthew Jackson manages to suplex Sting off the sage and through several tables down below. Back inside the ring, The Young Bucks throw Allin, who bounces off a ladder propped up in the corner of the ring.


However, Allin fights back and manages to hit Nicholas with a stunner as Matthew eats a Code Red. Allin bounces Nicholas head-first off the steps repeatedly, and Allin then scales a ladder inside the ring and launches himself off the top, but Matthew moves Nicholas and Allin smashes through the glass and the chairs with his back immediately bleeding heavily. The Young Bucks then isolate Sting, but he avoids their attack and they take each other out. 

Sting then scales the ladder, but Matthew gets up with him and drives him through a table below. However, Sting pops up immediately, and he starts throwing hands with both men, but they overpower him and throw him through more glass. Matthew hits a low blow and then a Scorpion Death Drop, but Sting kicks out! Nicholas tries to take the title from Steamboat, but Matthew hits him with a chair.

Matthew then wants to hit Sting with a title, but Flair covers him and says it's enough, so they nail him with a double superkick, and Steamboat then gets the same treatment. Matthew then nails Sting with the belt in the face, but Sting kicks out again! They then hit Sting with a pair of superkicks, but he no-sells it and wipes them both out. Matthew is hit with a Scorpion Death Drop, but Nicholas breaks the pinfall. He keeps fighting, but they hit the EVP Trigger, and Sting kicks out again. 


They hit another EVP Trigger, but this time Sting kicks out at one. He asks for more, and they hit another set of superkicks. The Young Bucks go for The TK Driver, but Allin pushes Nicholas and he goes through a table as Sting nails another Scorpion Death Drop, but Matthew kicks out. Allin then hits a Coffin Drop, and Sting sets in the Scorpion Deathlock, one last time. 

Winners (and still AEW World Tag Team Champions): Sting & Darby Allin

Sting takes to the microphone and thanks the fans, he says it's a night he will never forget. He thanks Darby Allin, and he wonders how many stitches his back will take to fix. Sting says he was a risk taker in his young days, and he still is now, but the show cuts off before he can finish his speech.