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Jon Moxley vs. Ryan Nemeth

Nemeth goes for a DDT right off the bat, gets shoved away, tries for a shoulder tackle, no luck, and gets slapped in the face. Moxley throwing forearm to Nemeth’s face. Nemeth returns fire with some strikes, but of knees to the head, but he ends up running right into a release german suplex. Both trading shots, until Moxley hits a clothesline in the corner. Nemeth is able to land a dropkick, but ends up taking a paradigm shift shortly after.

Winner: Jon Moxley via Pinfall

– Post-match, Moxley gets a mic and chair to sit on. Moxley says the morning he woke up without the title he knew he’d do whatever it takes to get that back. He asks what images come to mind when you hear the words “exploding barbed wire deathmatch”? Moxley says he’s an addict, he’s addicted to being that close to the flame, every single night. Even if this is a trap put out by Kenny and his friends, this isn’t the first time an opponent has tried to take him out. He continues that win, lose, or draw all the people who have stuck with him over the years, they all know he has given them everything he had. Moxley says if it does come to an end at Revolution that seems like a hell of a way to go out.

– Video package shows the rivalry between AEW World Champion Kenny Omega and Jon Moxley.

– Last week, Alex Abrahantes talks with Lance Archer and Rey Fenix about their match tonight, and the ladder match at Revolution. Alex asks about their chemistry as team. Archer says no doubt it’s there, but he’s definitely going to kick Fenix’s ass next week. Fenix responds that Archer is the worst partner he’s ever had. They brawl for a bit until the cameras cut out.

– Last week, clip shown of Sting taking a powerbomb from Brian Cage. Sting apparently wants payback at some point tonight.

– Last week, Inner Circle attacked Young Bucks after their match. Earlier today, cameras caught up with The Young Bucks, along with their parents checking out an AEW truck with Matt and Nick on the back of it.

Varsity Blonds vs. Brian Cage and Ricky Starks with Taz

Taz heads over to commentary during the match. Starks and Pillman get things started with Pillman initially getting the best of his opponent. Garrison gets the tag, works over Starks’ arm, but quickly tags Pillman back in. Pillman tries to go up to the top rope, gets shoved down to the floor. Cage grabs Pillman and powerbombs him into the ring post.

Cage gets some work in the ring, nails a fallaway slam on Pillman before bringing Starks back in. Big missile dropkick, cover, two. Cage with some big shots that sends Pill right to the mat. Starks right back in, knocks Garrison to the floor, goes to hit Pillman, but misses. Garrison tags in, lands some big shots to both opponents. Splash in the corner on Stark, then hits a huge crossbody over the top rope and to the floor on Cage. Pillman with a springboard clothesline clear out Cage. Dropkick/powerbomb combo on Starks, cover, two-count. Cage with the blind tag. Spear by Stark on Garrison. Discus clothesline on Pillman, drill claw, and that will do it.

Winners: Brian Cage and Ricky Starks via Pinfall

– Post-match, lights go out. On the big screen, we see Sting driving a car through the desert with Darby Allin being dragged in a body bag behind the car. Sting stops, unzip the bag, Allin sits up and smiles. Back at Daily’s Place, Sting’s music hits and he drags out a body bag. He opens it up and Hook is inside it. Taz can’t believe it! Sting points to the rafters, Alin zip lines down to the ring from the nosebleed seats and nails both Starks and Cage with the skateboard when he gets to the ring. Sting swings away on Cage as Allin takes down Starks on the floor. Taz checking on Hook up on the stage. Sting nails a stinger splash in the corner, he chops Cage down with a kick to the back of the leg and hits the scorpion deathdrop. Sting’s music hits again as the snow falls.

– Tony Schiavone have a sit-down interview with Miro, Kip Sabian, and Penelope Ford. Sabian says their wedding was supposed to be the best day of their lives, but it was destroyed by Chuck Taylor and Orange Cassidy. Miro says the couple was so upset, they couldn’t even go on a honeymoon. Miro says he can’t wait to take down Orange Cassidy, but offers up Taylor can return to him. Tony is handed a note while Miro is talking. The guys are asked if they will wrestle Taylor and Cassidy at Revolution. Miro says Taylor needs to be a man, not a child, that’s what happens when he hangs out with Cassidy. They don’t say yes or no to the match.

Brandon Cutler vs. Jake Hager

Cutler lands a punch, and is immediately thrown into the corner. Hager tries for a splash, Cutler moves and hits a few punches. Hager tries for a big lariat, nope, but he does hit a wheelbarrow suplex, and then another one. More shots to Cutler’s midsection in the corner, big boot, Hager bomb lands, but Hager ends up out on the floor. Cutelr with a big suicide dive, runs back into the ring, and hits a big flip over the top on Hager. He throws his opponent into the ring, goes for a springboard, but is caught in midair and sent down to the mat. Hager hammers him with a big lariat for the 1-2-3.

Winner: Jake Hager via Pinfall

– Post-match, Santana, Ortiz, and Wardlow run out to stomp away on Cutler. Young Bucks run out and superkick Santana and Ortiz. They try to go for Hager, but he quick rolls out of the ring. Matt gets on the mic and calls out Chris Jericho and MJF. He says they don’t have to wait until the PPV, and tells them to come out now. Jericho and MJF’s music hits, but they show up on the big screen. They ask why waste time now when they will meet at the PPV? Jericho then says they saw someone walking around backstage and wondered if Matt and Nick knew who it was.

The camera pans down and it’s their dad (Papa Buck) covered in blood. Jericho throws him into the truck with the photos of The Young Bucks on it, and MJF does the same. Jericho tells them to come get the trash. They do the Young Bucks pose and run off. Young Bucks show to to find their dad. Matt runs after them, but MJF and Jericho laugh at him as the vehicle drives off.

– After the break, we see Papa Buck being loaded into the ambulance. Nick Jackson goes off with him with Matt staying at the venue.

– Video package shown of what’s led up to Shaq and Jade Cargill vs. Cody Rhodes and Red Velvet on next week’s show. Cargill says how convenient that when someone like her shows up to AEW, Brandi suddenly gets pregnant. Red Velvet says she has experience, grit, and passion — she’s a fighter. Jim Ross says Cody and Velvet will have to use every bit of their technique to win, but feels like Shaq and Jade will land that one big shot to win the match.

Hangman Page vs. Isiah Kassidy with Matt Hardy and TH2

TH2 comes out to the ring, so it looks like Hardy has some more people in his group. Page tries to big boot Hardy, but he drops down to the floor. Kassidy lands a shot, but that’s about it as Page swings away and stomps his chest in down in the corner. Kassidy recovers and puts Page down. Kassidy throws Page into the corner, but he explodes out of it and lands lariat.

Kassidy able to get up to the second rope, leaps, but is caught with a big kick, sending him to the floor. Page comes crashing down on Kassidy from the ring, and then makes his way over to Hardy. Page clotheslines Kassidy over the barricade and tries to powerbomb him on the timekeeper’s table. Hardy grabs Page’s ankle on the apron while TH2 distracts the referee. Hardy yanks Page down and throws him shoulder first into the ring post. Silver and Reynolds run out and tell her what Hardy just did. The ref tosses him from ringside!

Back in the ring, Page and Kassidy hit each other with strikes and locks in a submission on Page’s shoulder. Kassidy works Page over for a few minutes. Silver and Reynolds are still out at ringside for Page. Page yanks Kassidy’s arm over the top rope, Page to the apron, big boot, tries for his move, but is booted in the face. Kassidy hits the ropes and runs into a discus elbow, but lands a spinning heel kick.

Page with a death valley driver in the middle of the ring. Page misses a sliding lariat, able to catch Kassidy with a brainbuster, cover, two. Kassidy lands a flurry of moves ending with a poisonrana, cover, two-count. Kassidy goes right into a cross armbreaker. Page continues to get his right arm worked over and can’t quite put away Kassidy. Isiah to the apron, second rope springboard (tried for a canadian destroyer), but he’s caught in midair, deadeye hits, cover, 1-2-3.

Winner: Hangman Page via Pinfall

– Post-match, Matt Hardy talks to Page from the back. He says Page picked Dark Order over him. He’s now going to hurt every member of the group he loves so much. Hardy whacks 5 with a chair and then throws him off the stage and down through the timekeeper’s table.

– At a metalworking room, Alex Marvez catches up with Kenny Omega. Callis asks Marvez what he’s doing coming in here? The guys are working on the Jon Moxley extermination chamber. Omega if you want something done right, sometimes you just gotta do it yourself. Omega tells Marvez to get out of here and continues to work away on the explosive barbed wire.

Britt Baker with Reba vs. Nyla Rose (Women’s Title Eliminator Tournament)

Rosa immediately tosses Baker to the mat, and gives her a couple power slams. Baker rolls out to the floor and heads to the back as she throws some stuff around, basically throwing a fit. Baker comes back to the ring and kicks Rose in the midsection. Rose plants her opponent with a samoan drop. Rose looked to hit a cannonball senton in the corner to break Baker’s leg, but Baket moves. Rose gets a hold of her, military press to the mat.

Baker against heads to the floor for a breather. Rose follows and ends up getting yanked shoulder-first into the ring post. She then puts Rose’s arm in the barricade and kicks it. The two make their way back into the ring with each wrestler getting in some offense.  Baker and Rose up on the second rope, Rose with a superplex, but Baker ends up suplexing Rosa into the turnbuckle pads. Baker pulls away the turnbuckle pad on the top turnbuckle.

Baker runs right into a lariat, back elbow, then another lariat. Rose is really selling her shoulder at this point, heads up to the second rope and Reba with the distraction. Rose sends her down hard on the apron. Baker misses a kick and takes a hanging neckbreaker, cover, two-count. Baker hits a kick on Rose, gets glove for her finisher and walks right into a chokeslam. Reba back in the ring again, gets shoved into the corner and takes a cannonball senton. Rose charges Baker, Baker moves and Rose runs right into that exposed turnbuckle.

Baker rolls her up and looks for lockjaw. Rose ends up standing up and powering out of it, cover, two-count. Thrust kick by Baker and another one to the face. Baker hits a crucifix bomb for two. She goes right into applying lockjaw, but Rose throws elbows to get out of it. Rose with a big punch to Baker’s face. Beast bomb on Baker, weak cover, and it’s only two! Rose looks for tombstone piledriver, Baker fights out of it, and goes right into another beast bomb, cover, 1-2-3.

Winner: Nyla Rose via pinfall to advance.

– Tony Schiavone is going to be Paul Wight’s broadcast partner for AEW Dark: Elevation.

– FTR, Tully Blanchard, and Jurassic Express hype their six-man tag match on next week’s Dynamite.

– Also next week:

* Chris Jericho and MJF press conference

* Paul Wight to make his first appearance

* Cody Rhodes and Red Velvet vs. Shaq and Jade Cargill

* Dark Order (John Silver, Alex Reynolds, Stu Grayson, Evil Uno, and 5) vs. Matt Hardy, Private Party, and TH2

* 10 VS. Max Caster with Anthony Bowens (Face of the Revolution Ladder Match Qualifer)

* Finals of the AEW Women’s Title Eliminator Tournament

– New matches announced for Revolution: Tag Team Casino Battle Royale, also Kip Sabian and Miro vs. Orange Cassidy and Chuck Taylor

Lance Archer vs. Rey Fenix (Face of the Revolution Ladder Match Qualifying Match)

Back and forth action early on with Archer putting down Fenix. Rey sends Archer to the floor and hits a huge flipping senton out on his opponent. Fenix goes up to the top rope, Roberts pulls him down though. Fenix then runs and hits a huge flip off the ramp and down on Archer. Big chop to Archer’s chest. Back in the ring, Archer is looking pretty red from some of these attacks from Fenix.

Fenix tries to jump up on the ropes, but gets stopped, and then clotheslined off the apron and down to the floor. Back to the floor, Archer launches Fenix into the barricade. Archer with a big cannonball senton into Fenix, crushing him against the barricade. Archer tosses Fenix back into the ring, puts him on the second turnbuckle, looks for black out, but Fenix fights out of that and hits 619. Fenix up to the top rope and nails double foot stomp to the back of Archer’s head.

Archer heads to the top rope, walks it and hits a moonsault right on Fenix, cover, two. Fenix with more strikes, but gets whipped hard into the corner and eats a shoulder tackle. Archer with a back elbow in the corner, tries against and runs into a kick, another kick to Archer’s head. Fenix gets to the top rope, runs them and kicks Archer right in the head. Fenix with a rolling cutter, pin, two-count.

Archer recovers and brings Fenix up to the top rope. Looks for a chokeslam, Fenix able to counter with a Spanish fly! Cover on Archer, still only two! Fenix looks to lift, Archer, but Lance grabs at the mask to block that. Fenix with some chops, runs into a pounce. Archer powerbombs Fenix into the turnbuckles, chokeslam, cover, 1-2-no! Archer puts Fenix up on the top turnbuckle, looks for black out, hits it, cover, 1-2-3.

Winner: Lance Archer via pinfall to advance to the Face of the Revolution Ladder Match