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AEW World Champion Kenny Omega vs. Matt Sydal with Mike Sydal (Non-Title Match)

If Sydal wins, he’ll receive a future title shot. Don Callis comes out with Omega and then goes to commentary. Back and forth action early on, Omega with a power slam, elbow drop, cover, two.-count. Omega continues to work over his opponent, hits a few short-arm clotheslines. Sydal finally returns fire with a couple of kicks, eats some forearms, but he trips Omega then lands a standing flip, cover, two-count.

Omega in the corner, Sydal with a running knee strike. He heads up to the top rope, but Omega chops him down and launches him off and ends up getting countered with a hurricanrana. Omega immediately takes Sydal down. They spill out to the floor, Omega with a side suplex on the apron. Back in the ring, Omega looks for a powerbomb, nope, takes a couple spinning heel kicks. Omega tries to go to the top and Sydal hits a standing hurricanrana, brainbuster, pin, two-count.

Sydal looks for a top rope hurricanrana, Omega slips under and Sydal goes up, bounces off the top turnbuckle crashes to the mat. Snap dragon suplex by Omega. Goes for a v-trigger, Sydal rolls through for a two-count. Sydal hits a roundhouse kick, lighting spiral, cover, two-count. Sydal tries for meterora, gets caught and bucklebombed, v-trigger, cover, two. Another v-trigger, tries for one winged angel and Sydal hits a poisonrana. Sydal goes up top, but Omega shakes the top rope and crotches him. Omega tries for one winged angel, gets countered into a tricky pin. Very close three count, but Omega is up, nails a v-trigger, one winged angel, 1-2-3.

Winner: Kenny Omega via Pinfall

– Backstage, Alex Marvez talks with John Silver (surrounded by Dark Order) and asks him how ready he is for tonight’s title match against Darby Allin. Silver says he’s ready to go and boots Marvez from the room to continue training. The guys all try falling coffin drops (basically trust falls), which Silver dodges. Hangman shows up and asks him how he’s feeling. Silver says “Johnny Hungry!” and is ready to go. Page responds that he knows the other guys will be behind Silver no matter what happens and heads out for his match.

Hangman Page vs. Cezar Bononi

Action spill out to the floor, Page tries for a splash, caught in midair, Bononi tosses page down on the apron. The two back in the ring. Bononi cracks Page, but he gets right in his face and throws some strikes. Page tires for a powerslam, nope, gets thrown across the ring. Bononi misses a clothesline, Page with a few of his own. Page with a high collar suplex, buckshot lariat lands, cover, and we’re done here.

Winner: Hangman Page via Pinfall

– In a random warehouse, Lance Archer says without Sting there would have been no Archer. Lance says with the bat, everybody paid close attention to Sting back in the day. Archer says now people are going to pay attention to him, or the walls are going to come crashing around them. People will remember his name, and sooner or late, it will be showtime.

– Last week, Thunder Rosa talks with Tony Schiavone about her big victory over Britt Baker in theirs Lights Out Match. Rosa was thankful for the match and being able to show women wrestlers should be put over all over the world.

– On the stage, Tony Schiavone is with Britt Baker. He tells everyone they should give a round of applause for one of the best matches they have seen in AEW. Baker didn’t think they were loud enough, considering how much she gave last week! She says the fans don’t give her enough respect, just like Thunder Rosa didn’t. Rosa should be thanking her because everybody will remember her after she was a part of history that Baker wrote with her own blood! Baker brought up Rosa saying she put the women on the map, but why is everybody talking about Britt Baker? Britt brings up Mick Foley giving her a thumbs up. She says it took him 20 years to be a hardcore legend and she did it in one night. Baker continues that Tony Khan is looking for every legend he can find, but he has one standing here under his nose. “I put AEW on the map.”

– Dasha talks with Christian Cage (who is hanging with Varsity Blonds and Dante Martin). Cage says they were just talking shop, and about the trios upcoming match tonight. Frankie Kazarian shows up and tells Cage he has time for them, but doesn’t say to an old friend? Kazarian notices Cage’s shirt and says that’s been his thing since he’s been here. He wonders when the work actually starts for Cage? Cage tells him he knows how good Frankie, and the work starts next week. He says he doesn’t have an opponent, so Frankie steps up. He then jokingly asks Cage if he works Monday? He tells Cage to check out Elevation where he has a match.

Varsity Blonds and Dante Martin vs. FTR and Shawn Spears (with Tully Blanchard, Wardlow, and MJF)

Spears getting worked over as things get started. Harwood able to tag in and put Pillman down with a clothesline. Harwood tosses him in the corner and throws a few strikes. Spears tags back in, but Pillman able to fight them off as Martin gets the blind tag, then hits a moonsault on both opponents. Garrison tags in and drops both guys with a spear. Pinnacle leave the ring for a breather. The three wrestlers look to fly, but Wardlow gets in their way.

Back and forth action as The Pinnacle gets control of the match. Back in the ring, Martin gets rid of Spears, but Harwood drops Martin with a brainbuster. Spears tags in, pop-up C4, cover, 1-2-3.

Winners: Shawn Spears and FTR via Pinfall

– Post-match, Tony Schiavone heads into the ring to talk with the group. Wardlow hits knee strike (?) on Pillman and sends him out to the rest of his tag partner. “You suck!” chant from the crowd as Tony introduces the group. Wheeler grabs the mic and says they aren’t just a group, they are a family. Harwood then brings up Santana and Ortiz, says they have done well for themselves, but they don’t fool FTR. He then says Inner Circle do too much comedy and this is professional wrestling! MJF makes a fat joke about Chris Jericho. He then tells them to come out and fight right now. MJF says they are terrified and won’t be out. Tony says MJF knows full well they are hurt and aren’t coming out. Wardlow puts his hand on Tony’s shoulder, MJF asks him if he has something to say? Tony stays quiet. MJF then says next week he has a gift for them because when you’re in The Pinnacle, you’re always on top.

– Taz says he knows there a lot of conspiracy theories out there that there’s something wrong with the group. Taz says things are fine and Cage apologized to the group for what he said last week with Sting. Taz asks the other guys if they are good. Ricky Starks seems less “good” than the others. Cage seems to be okay now.

– Tony talks with QT Marshall on the stage. QT says he’s frustrated, and is known as Cody’s friend. QT says Cody talks about “doing the work” and there’s nobody in AEW (outside from Tony Khan) who has worked as much as him. QT says he is given a match here and there, but talks about all the work that fans don’t see when he’s up all night or getting Cody his coffee. Cody gets to go back to a nice hotel, while QT’s wife sleeps alone (she’s shown sitting in the crowd). QT says next week he wants there to be an exhibition in the ring between himself and Cody.

He doesn’t want to take any more meaningless bumps if it means he has to be in Cody’s shadow. Out comes Cody and says while his heart is not into this, he will gladly accommodate QT for next week’s exhibition, and Arn Anderson will be the referee. Cody says he has a name and reputation to uphold, but ultimately he’s not going to hurt QT. If he gets one of his finishers in, he’s not going to follow through because QT has been a great friend. Crowd with some “Cody’s friend!” chants. Cody says it will be friend to friend, and the two shake hands.

The Lucha Brothers and Laredo Kid vs. The Young Bucks and Brandon Cutler

Nick and Fenix get us started as each trade wrist locks. Multiple reversals that lead to a stalemate. Penta and Matt tag in, Penta puts Matt down, but Matt tries to lock in the sharpshooter. Penta quickly gets to the ropes. Fenix fighting off the brothers with a slingshot armdrag, sending them to the floor. Penta with an ice step-up senton on the two. Fenix then looks to fly, but Cutler kicks him in the back and nails Fenix with a slingshot elbow. Cutler then land a flip down to the floor. Laredo Kid with a moonsault down on a couple guys. Cutler thrown back int othe ring, Kid looks to fly, but Nick kicks him.

Nick and Matt with a sliced bread/powerbomb combo, cover, two. A bunch of aerial moves done by nearly everyone in the match, finishing with Fenix hitting a senton, cover, and it’s broken up. Cutler and Matt are sent out of the ring as Fenix hits a step-up spinning heel kick on Nick. Nick blocks a cutter, hits a rising knee strike. More kicks from both guys until Nick turns him inside out with a big lariat.

Kid tags in, as did Matt. Kid looks for a DDT, but Matt catches him and hits two suplexes. Penta jumps in and Matt nails a double suplex on both wrestlers. Matt and Nick with a buckle bomb/enziguri combo. Risky business lands on Kid. Cutler tags in with a springboard elbow drop, cover, Penta breaks it up. He’s thrown out of the ring and eats a kick from Nick. Fenix flipping all over the place, but ends up getting hit with an assisted IndyTake. Nick with a step-up flip out to the floor on Penta. Matt nails a huge DDT on the apron on Fenix. Kid then nails a spanish fly off the top rope on Cutler for the win.

Winners: The Lucha Brothers and Laredo Kid via Pinfall

– Post-match, Kenny Omega jumps in and nails Laredo Kid with a microphone and hits him a few times with the title. Omega gets on the mic and says he’s getting flashbacks to 2019 at Fyter Fest when they all had a choice. Omega says three years ago, he had a choice, he could have stayed at home with people that loved him? No. Did he go to “Greener pastures in New York?” No! Omega says he didn’t pick AEW, he chose the Young Bucks. They were here to make this the best wrestling promotion on the planet. Omega says he picks them, and they picked Brandon Cutler. They never picked him. Omega says he knows Callis can be a bit much sometimes. Omega will give them one more chance and offers up the “too sweet” hand gesture. The brothers decide to leave the ring. Omega tells Cutler to go be their cameraman! “We are done!” Omega turns around and eats double superkicks from Penta and Fenix. They hit the double stomp/piledriver on the champ and leave with Laredo Kid. Omega bleeding from the mouth. The Good Brothers come out help him up as Omega gives a thumbs up.

– Jade Cargill promo, where she calls out Red Velvet for asking for a rematch after Jade already beat her ass. Jade says they are both undefeated in singles action and there can be only one winner. She continues that she is money and if Red Velvet steps in the ring she is stepping to “that b****!”

– Last week, we see Eddie Kingston get his ankle crushed after Good Brothers and Omega wrapped a chair around it and stomped down. Backstage, Kingston has his foot wrapped up and says it’s a broken something, but he’ll come back. Kingston tells Omega and Good Brothers that they are going to pay for this. He wonders how far they are going to take this. Moxley continues and wonders if those guys will really want to go as far as they want to take it. Moxley says he doesn’t know the Young Bucks and doesn’t really like them, but guesses he owes them one after last week.

Nyla Rosa with Vickie Guerrero vs. Tay Conti

The Dark Order come out to the stage to show support (she’s Anna Jay’s buddy), then head to the back. Rosa immediately drops Conti. Rosa continues to work over her opponent, snaps her fingers, then chokes her down in the corner. Rosa with a cover, two, then hits a big lariat.

Rosa drapes Conti over the top rope and climbs to the top rope. Rosa hits the big knee to the back of the head, cover, 1-2-nope. Conti is just barely able to kick out. Rose with a running senton, Conti with the knees up. She hits some shots in the corner, big running knees. Conti looks for her finisher, no, but she gets Rosa draped on the second rope. Conti out to the apron and up to the second rope. She hits a flying knee to the head, cover, two. Conti with a high kick to the back of Rose’s head, jumps over Rose, pump kick, but Rose drops her with a lariat, cover, two. Rosa looks for beast bomb, Conti rolls through. Conti with a bunch of kicks, but eats a knee lift. Conti with another kick, running knees to the face in the corner. Conti with a big DD-Tay, cover 1-2-3!

Winner: Tay Conti via Pinfall

– Post-match, Vickie grabs Tay’s foot and Rose beats her up a bit. Looks for a beast bomb, but Hikaru Shida runs out and hits Rose with a kendo stick. The Bunny then runs out and nails both Shida and Conti with the kendo stick. Matt Hardy, The Blade, and The Butcher walk out to the stage. Hardy says the women’s tournament title was terrible because The Bunny wasn’t even in it! Hardy says his clients have been overlooked for far too long and that ends now.

– Hype package for Orange Cassidy and Chuck Taylor vs. Miro and Kip Sabian in their Arcade Anarchy Match. The match takes place next week.

– Next week:

* Christian Cage vs. Frankie Kazarian* Cody Rhodes vs. QT Marshall (Exhibition Match – Arn Anderson to be referee)

* Orange Cassidy and Chuck Taylor vs. Miro and Kip Sabian (Arcade Anarchy)

* Hikaru Shida and Tay Conti vs. The Bunny and Nyla Rose

* Kenny Omega and The Good Brothers vs. The Lucha Brothers and Laredo Kid

– Scorpio Sky says he’s getting screwed over and over in AEW. He says he’s tired of being called underrated — he’s the face of the revolution. On Monday’s Dark: Elevation is till be Sky vs. Mike Sydal (with Matt Sydal).

Darby Allin (c) vs. John Silver with Dark Order (AEW TNT Championship)

Dark Order walks out with Silver. Some shoving as things get started. Allin with a side headlock, bringing Silver down to the mat. Silver gets away and smashes Allin out of the ring. Silver collects him and brings Allin back into the ring. Silver with a european uppercut and then launches Allin across the ring. Silver launches Allin head-first into the second turnbuckle, running knee strikes, brainbuster, cover, two-count.

The two out to the floor, Silver charges Allin and he goes crashing over the barricade and down to the floor. Allin looks for a suicide dive and 5 ends up taking the shot for Silver. Sting comes out to the ring with his bat and the group quickly scatters. Matt Hardy and Private Party are ringside, looking on. Silver is selling an arm injury after going over the barricade. He throws some strikes, Allin with a backslide, no, Allin takes a bunch of kicks. Allin with a tricky pin for two.

Allin looks for an over-the-top stunner, but Silver counters with the Queen Slayer (Anna Jay’s rear naked choke). Allin is able to work the injured arm and get out of it. Silver nails a modified DDT on the champ, cover, two. Allin slides out of the ring. Dark Order approaches, but Sting watches over his friend. Silver with kicks to the chest, but Allin rises back up. He blocks the third, throws some strikes. Silver blocks a move and sits down for a pin, two-count.

Back and forth shots in the middle of the ring. Allin with a slingshot coffin drop, but eats a pump kick that sends him to the corner. Allin put up to the top rope, Silver looks for a superplex, Allin lifts and drops him. Allin goes up and nails a coffin drop on Dark Order. Allin goes back up top and takes a kick to the head. Silver climbs up, nails a leap F-5. Slow to cover, Allin gets his foot on the rope. Silver with the powerbomb, but Allin flips over for code red, 1-2-3.

Winner: Darby Allin via Pinfall

– Post-match, Sting walks into the ring and lifts up John Silver. Allin offers a fist bump and Silver gives it back to him. Matt Hardy pulls Allin out of the ring, and an all out brawl breaks out with Hardy’s guys and Dark Order involved. Allin hits a suicide dive on Hardy. Tay Conti comes running out and attacks The Bunny and more fighting happens as the show comes to a close.