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– Excalibur welcomes us to a “Casual Tuesday” edition of AEW Dark. Taz is excited for Team Taz in action. Excalibur takes it to Justin Roberts who didn’t get the memo about Casual Tuesday.

Eddie Kingston & Jon Moxley vs. Milk Chocolate (Brandon Watts & Randy Summers)

Mox and Kingston go at Milk Chocolate right away. Kingston slams a member of Milk Chocolate taking him out. Kingston and Mox hit a Violent Crown combo for the win.

Winners: Eddie Kingston & Jon Moxley

Dark Order (Evil Uno, Alan “5” Angels, & Colt Cabana) vs. Spencer Slade, Cole Karter, and Andrew Palace

Palace and Uno start off this trios match. Uno quickly battles out of a side headlock and bounces off Palace’s shoulder tackle to hit one of his own. Palace using his hair to escape a standing switch as he hits a back elbow. Uno avoids a splash and stomps on Palace’s hands. 5 tags in and hits an an assisted axehandle. Cabana tags in, and they hit stereo punches. Dark Order cutting the ring in half putting the pressure on Palace.

Palace hits a jawbreaker and tags in Karter. 5 going to work on Karter. 5 drops him with a step-up enzuigiri and sets him up for This Is Gonna Suck. Karter goes at the eyes sending him to his corner. 5 trapped in the opponent’s corner as they try to rough him up. Slade hits an elbow drop for a one count. 5 gets a boot up in the corner and takes out Palace and Karter. Cabana tags in and hits a Flying Apple on Palace.

Cabana dodging Slade as he hits a Flying Apple on Karter then another Flying Apple on Slade. 5 hits a tope suicida on Palace and Karter on the outside! Uno hits a cross-arm flatliner for the win.

Winners: Dark Order (Evil Uno, Alan “5” Angels, & Colt Cabana)

– Tony Schiavone is backstage with Diamante. Diamante admits her success in tags and singles isn’t great. What pisses her off is that “little, alien bastard.” She says she’s going to send Kris Statlander farther away than wherever she’s from bemoaning her attitude after coming back after 10 months.

– Jake “The Snake” Roberts on commentary.

Lance Archer (w/Jake Roberts) vs. Angel Fashion

Lance Archer hits a springboard cannonball senton before the bell even rings! Archer putting the pressure on Fashion. Fashion tries to fight back, but Archer knocks him down and gets in his head in the corner. Archer hits a series of running back elbows in the corner. In the opposite corner, Archer hits multiple chops. In another corner, Archer misses a chop, and Fashion goes for his own chops, but Archer takes him down with a forearm.

Fashion avoids a boot and tries a roll-up, but Archer simply picks him up. Fashion avoids a chokeslam and hits a series of strikes. Fashion with a back elbow. He charges in the corner and hits a big forearm, but Archer cuts him off the ropes with a lariat. Archer hits a buckle bomb followed up by a chokeslam. Archer hits the Hellacoaster for the win.

Winner: Lance Archer

– Post-match: Roberts sends a warning to Sting.

– Nick Comoroto sets up QT’s steel steps throne as he takes his seat.

Jake Logan, Rick Recon & Ryzin vs. The Factory (Aaron Solow, Nick Comoroto & QT Marshall) (w/Anthony Ogogo)

Solow and Recon start this match off as the match is sort of a 2-on-3 handicap match with QT sitting outside with his ring jacket on. Solow with a suplex followed up by a back suplex. Logan tags in, and Solow suplexes him. Comoroto tags in and hits a boot on Logan. Logan hitting some overhand chops, but Comoroto is unfazed and hits a bodyslam. Comoroto working over Logan using his power to his advantage.

Comoroto and Solow each hit their own corner splashes followed up by a backbreaker from Comoroto as Solow tags in. Logan hits a dropkick as Ryzin and Comoroto tag in. Ryzin taking on Solow and Comoroto on his own as he’s getting the advantage over them. Ryzin tries for a splash in the corner, but Comoroto catches him and slams him down. Solow follows with a corkscrew kick. Comoroto press slams Ryzin onto Recon and Logan. Comoroto hits a powerbomb as QT calls for a tag. QT tags in and hits a Diamond Cutter for the win.

Winners: The Factory (Aaron Solow, Nick Comoroto & QT Marshall)

– Post-match: QT sends a message to Cody Rhodes by applying a figure-four leglock on Ryzin. The referee and officials ringside call for QT to break the hold, but QT isn’t listening as The Factory clap for their leader. QT releases the hold and poses in the corner.

– Peter Avalon and Cezar Bononi are backstage taking a selfie together. Ryan Nemeth and JD Drake compliment the “pretty picture”. Drake is confused whether they’re the “Pretty Picture” of the “Wingmen”. Bononi notes that he and Avalon are the Pretty Picture but they together are The Wingmen. They all put their pinkies together.

Varsity Blonds (Brian Pillman Jr. & Griff Garrison) (w/Julia Hart) vs. Jaylen Brandyn & Traevon Jordan

Jordan is quickly body slammed by Garrison leaving him staggered as Garrison shows off his dance moves. Garrison hits a clothesline before tagging in Pillman. Pillman hits a shoulder tackle followed up by an arm drag takedown. Pillman sets up Jordan on the ropes and hits a chop. Garrison tags in, and Varsity Blondes hit a dropkick combo. Brandyn tries to run in but runs into a boot. Jordan sends Garrison to the ropes. Garrison gets a boot up, but Brandyn holds onto Garrison’s boots allowing them to gain control.

Brandyn hits a dropkick then an assisted splash into a pin attempt for a two count. Jordan hits a second-rope axehandle. Garrison wiggles out of a bodyslam and hits a jawbreaker. He ducks a lariat and tags in Pillman. Pillman with a lariat on Brandyn then a thrust kick on Jordan then a powerslam on Brandyn. Varsity Blondes hit an assisted powerbomb for the win.

Winners: Varsity Blonds (Brian Pillman Jr. & Griff Garrison)

Diamante vs. Willow Nightingale

Diamante avoids a handshake and goes at Nightingale. Nightingale catches Diamante and dances with her before hitting a sideslam. Diamante avoids a leg drop and hits a Russian Leg Sweep and clobbers Nightingale. Nightingale catches Diamante, but Diamante escapes a fireman’s carry and hits a backstabber.

Diamante hits a corner dropkick, cover but only a two count. Diamante going for a casadora, but Nightingale avoids it and blocks a back elbow and hits a ripcord lariat. Nightingale with a pump handle, but Diamante escapes and rakes Nightingale’s eyes. Diamante hits a casadora Stunner followed up by a Code Red for the win.

Winner: Diamante

Dante Martin vs. Aaron Frye

Frye holds Martin’s hair on the side headlock as Frye and Martin exchange holds. Frye hits a series of shoulder tackles, but Martin fighting back and using his agility to hit a series of dropkicks, cover but only a two count. Martin going for a 450, but Frye avoids it, and Frye hits a series of strikes, cover but only a two count.

Frye hits a flurry of punches, but Martin fighting back. Martin bounces off the ropes but runs into a backstabber from Frye, cover but another two count. Frye going for a springboard elbow, but Martin avoids it. Frye hits a backbreaker, but Martin bounces off the ropes and hits a lariat, dropkick then a Gamengiri. Martin bounces off two ropes to hit a moonsault for a two count. Martin avoids Frye in the corner and hits another Gamengiri then a 450 splash for the win.

Winner: Dante Martin

– Vickie Guerrero interrupts Justin Roberts during his introduction of Nyla Rose. Guerrero tells Roberts to introduce his top lip to his bottom lip and “shut the hell up!” Guerrero introduces “The Native Beast” Nyla Rose.

Nyla Rose (w/Vickie Guerrero) vs. Ashley D’Amboise

Rose slams D’Amboise off the lock up, but D’Amboise rises up quickly and gets a side headlock in. D’Amboise using her athleticism, but Rose using her power to get the advantage. Rose hits a few body shots then a biel. Rose follows with a corner splash then a cannonball senton. Rose picks up D’Amboise and sends her to the corner and hits another lariat off the corner splash. Rose hits the Beast Bomb for the win.

Winner: Nyla Rose

– Alex Marvez is with the Dark Order. Marvez asks John Silver and Alex Reynolds about HFO’s attack on them last night at Dark: Elevation. Cabana says they’re sick of HFO. Reynolds reminds Matt Hardy that they’ve taken down factions before, and they’ll do it again. Uno puts over 10. He shows his respect to JD Drake but says, “We have the perfect plan for JD Drake, and that plan is number 10.”

Ryan Nemeth & Cezar Bononi (w/ “Pretty” Peter Avalon & JD Drake) vs. Liam Gray & Adrian Alanis

Nemeth and Gray start off this tag match. Nemeth showing off his skills early on and mocks Gray. Nemeth with another knock down as he mocks Gray again. Gray with a takedown then a series of arm drags. Nemeth escapes an armbar by grabbing Gray’s hair. Corner spear from Nemeth but Gray gets a boot up and hits a top rope cannonball senton. Bononi with a blind tag and takes out Gray with a lariat. Bononi hits a big overhand chop in the corner as he talks trash to Alanis. Gray hits a few body shots, but Bononi shuts it down and throws Gray across the ring.

Bononi hits a big running back elbow. Bononi hits a back suplex and tags in Nemeth. Gray flips out of suplex as Nemeth mocks Alanis. Alanis on fire as he takes out Nemeth and Bononi. Alanis hits a slingblade neckbreaker. Alanis ducks Bononi and hits an elbow. Nemeth hits a chop on Alanis as Gray blind tagged in and tries for a crossbody. Bononi catches him and sets up Nemeth for the Rude Awakening for the win.

Winners: Ryan Nemeth & Cezar Bononi

Kris Statlander (w/ Best Friends & Orange Cassidy) vs. Julia Hart

Statlander boops referee Bryce Remsburg. Remsburg boops Statlander in return. Statlander gets a side headlock takedown and starts working on Hart as Hart tries to escape with a quick pin. Statlander knocks Hart down with a shoulder block. Statlander catches Hart and boops her. Statlander then powerslams Hart as the Best Friends and Orange Cassidy give their approval. Hart avoids Statlander in the corner and hits a handspring elbow. Statlander ducks a kick and drives her face down off the electric chair position. Statlander hits the Big Bang Theory for the win.

Winner: Kris Statlander

– Post-match: Best Friends, Cassidy and Statlander give the people what they want.

Jungle Boy (w/Marko Stunt) vs. Marty Casaus

Jungle Boy quickly applies a side headlock on Casaus. Casaus pushes off and hits a shoulder block. Jungle Boy runs the ropes and sweeps Casaus off his feet and looks to apply the Snare Trap, but Casaus reaches the ropes. Casaus pressure Jungle Boy in the corner and hits a boot after the break. Jungle Boy elevates off the corner and hits an arm drag after bouncing off the middle rope ,a step-up rana then a dropkick.

Jungle Boy slams Casaus head on the turnbuckle, but Casaus is unfazed. Jungle Boy hits a few chops but gets sent outside. Casaus signaling a dive, but he feints a tope con hilo. Jungle Boy reverses Casaus and sends him to the guardrail and follows with a tope suicida! Jungle Boy dives in, but Casaus counters with a knee breaker. Jungle Boy gets a boot up in the corner, but Casaus counters with crossfaces while Jungle Boy is hanging on the ropes.

Jungle Boy fighting back with body shots, but Casaus cuts him off. Casaus now wrenching Jungle Boy’s neck as he puts his hands on Jungle Boy’s throat. Jungle Boy escapes and lands a flurry of strikes. He follows with a series of shoulder tackles, but Casaus is still standing but an axehandle takes him down. Casaus counters a monkey flip and a dive with a northern lights suplex for a two count. Jungle Boy dodges a moonsault and hits a back elbow and locks in the Snare Trap, and Casaus taps out.

Winner: Jungle Boy

Big Swole & Red Velvet (KiLynn King) vs. MK Twins

Swole and Steff start off this tag match. Swole working on Steff as she hits a big kick to the back. Red Velvet blind tags in and hits a blind side shot followed up by an axehandle from Swole for a two count. Steff shoves Red Velvet and tags in Ashley. Red Velvet sets up Ashley for a double knee strike on the middle rope. Swole tags in, and thye combine for stereo kicks and combo flatliner.

Swole hits a series of leg kicks taking Ashley down. Swole firing in elbows. Ashley avoids Swole’s combo but eats a leg kick. Ashley responds with a big headbutt. Ashley follows up another headbutt as Steff tags in. Steff hits a big splash in the corner. Ashley follows with a hip attack, cover but only a two count. Steff hits a big chop as Ashley tags in. Double back elbows from the MK Twins, cover but only a two count again.

Swole with a jawbreaker then a thrust kick as Steff and Red Velvet tag in. Red Velvet taking out the MK Twins with lariats. Red Velvet with a high knee in the corner then a Stunner, cover but Ashley breaks it up. Swole and Red Velvet hit combo upper cuts and Dirty Dancing on Ashley from Swole and Just Desserts on Steff from Red Velvet for the win.

Winners: Big Swole & Red Velvet

10 (w/Dark Order) vs. JD Drake (Pretty Picture)

10 and Drake at a standstill in a few lock ups. 10 sends Drake to the corner and offers a clean break. Drake is spooked by a punch attempt from 10. 10 hits a right hand then a pump kick. 10 with a lariat in the corner as he hits some clubbing shots on Drake. Drakes avoids 10 in the corner and takes him down with a lariat. Drake with an elbow drop for a two count. Drake follows with a kick to the back. 10 with a sunset flip cover, but Drake kicks out and hits a big chop.

Drake driving his knee on 10’s back as he applies a chin lock. 10 escapes with a few body shots, but Drake sends 10 outside as Pretty Picture take shots at 10 with Drake distracting the ref. Dark Order try to settle things as 10 is brought back, and he rolls up Drake for a two count. Drake responds with a back elbow then a diving headbutt for a two count. Drake now applying a side headlock as Dark Order and Pretty Picture bicker.

10 escapes with a jawbreaker, but Drake responds with a swinging neckbreaker for a two count. Drake tags 10 with a big chop. 10 countering a suplex and tries to apply the full nelson. Drake escapes each time and hits a leg lariat for a two count. Drake going at 10 as he rains down shots, but 10 counters with a powerbomb! 10 ducks a chop and hits a series of lariats. 10 with a back bodydrop. Drake counters a whip attempt into a short-arm lariat.

Drake runs into a spinebuster. Avalon gets on the ramp as 10 goes at him, but Bononi is there to catch him. Drake guillotine 10 on the top rope. Drake with a palm strike / roundhouse kick combo. 10 intercepts a clothesline and applies the full nelson and Drake passes out.

Winner: 10

– Max Caster rap highlights: “Acclaimed got the cake up. Sonny you should let Janela borrow the make-up…Let’s keep it old school and have sunny days. You ain’t that cute. I got a better ass. Booty pop. Booty pop. Booty pop jeans.”

Joey Janela & Sonny Kiss vs. The Acclaimed (Anthony Bowens & Max Caster)

Janela and Caster start this match off as Caster flexes showing off his skills. Janela calls for the crowd to get pumped as he stomps on Caster’s foot and hits a right hands. Caster tries to bait Janela in, but Janela was ready for it. Janela with a chop as he hits a shoulder tackle. Kiss tags in, and Kiss and Janela work together for a double back bodydrop. Bowens tags in, but Kiss ducks a lariat and rolls up Bowens.

Kiss with a step-up rana. Kiss follows with a handspring right hand. Bowens shakes it off, but gets hit with a boot. Bowens brings down Kiss who splits but eats a kick. Janela taken out as The Acclaimed hit a boot, neckbreaker leg drop combo. Caster working on Kiss as he hits a back suplex before tagging in Bowens. Bowens fires in elbow strikes as he lays in the pressure on Kiss. Caster tags in as The Acclaimed continue to cut the ring in half.

Bowens blind tags in but misses the neckbreaker. Kiss tries to tag out. He flips out and goes in between Bowens to tag in Janela. Janela slams Bowens onto Caster and hits a German Suplex as he takes his shirt off. Janela elevated over the top. Big right hand and Janela tries to springboard in, but Bowens pushes him off, and Janela lands right on his knee. Bowens with a blindside shot on Kiss. Bowens now targeting Janela’s left knee.

Caster blind tags in as Bowens is taken out. Janela tries to tag in Kiss, but Bowens sweeps Kiss out of his corner. Caster going at Janela as he hits a knee breaker followed up by a few Dragon Screw Leg Whips, cover but only a two count. Janela tries to fight off The Acclaimed, but Bowens has him up on his shoulders. Bowens with an airplane spin, but Janela catches Bowens in a DDT that also takes out Caster.

Kiss tags in and hits a twisting elbow, leg lariat then a jawbreaker. Caster dodges Kiss in the corner, but Kiss tags Caster and hits a corkscrew elbow. Bowens taken out as Kiss hits a standing moonsuault for a two count. Kiss with a split-legged Stunner, cover but Bowens breaks it up.

Bowens drags Caster over to tag himself in. Kiss breaks off Bowens’ grip and hits a rolling elbow. Janela tags in and goes for Greeting From Asbury Park but slips off the top rope. Caster takes out Kiss as Bowens applies an inverted cloverleaf. Kiss comes running in for the save. Janela and Kiss have The Acclaimed in opposite corners. Janela and Caster set up their opponents and hit double elbow drops on opposing members as Caster and Janela drop each other with clotheslines!

Bowens counters a brainbuster with a roll up for two. Caster drops Kiss as Bowens hit s scoop slam. Caster tags in and hits the Mic Drop on Janela’s head as Bowens applies an inverted cloverleaf for the win.

Winners: The Acclaimed (Anthony Bowens & Max Caster)

Brian Cage (w/ Hook) vs. Bear Bronson

Cage sends Bronson in the corner off a lock up and fires in corner spears and chops. Bronson fires up and lights up Cage with elbows. Bronson hits a corner splash and fires in punches. Cage and Bronson counters hip tosses as Cage hits a flatliner as Cage and Taz ask, “Who better?” Cage with an uppercut / enzuigiri combo. Bronson blocks a German Suplex and hits a dropkick sending Cage outside. Bronson tries for a tope, but Hook saves Cage. Bronson tries to take a shot at Hook, but Cage hits lariat.

Cage working on Bronson on the outside. Back in the ring, Cage hits a snap suplex then a leg drop for a two count. Bronson and Cage going back and forth after a Cage chinlock. Cage tries for a sunset flip, but Bronson simply sits on Cage. Bronson fires in punches and hits a series of lariats. Bronson with a Bossman Slam, cover 1-2-no! Bronson hits a couple of elbows on Cage as Taz expresses worry. Cage responds with a flurry of strikes on his own. Bronson ducks a strike and hits a backdrop driver for a two count as Taz admits he’s concerned.

Bronson sets up Cage up top. Cage escapes under and hits a kick to Bronson’s head. Cage sets up Bronson on his shoulders and flattens him, cover and Bronson barely kicks out! Cage has Bronson in a fireman’s carry, but Bronson fire in shots at Cage’s head to escape. Cage hits a discus clothesline, cover 1-2-no! Cage hits a powerbomb then a Drill Claw for the win and to the delight of Taz.

Winner: Brian Cage

Powerhouse Hobbs (w/ Hook) vs. Mike Sydal

Hobbs pushes Sydal in the corner and mocks him to tell him to “do something”. Sydal on the quick offensive. Sydal grabs Hobbs arm going down the ropes. Sydal creating distance, but Hobbs with a huge splash! Hobbs goes for quick covers, but Sydal kicks out each time. Hobbs sends Sydal into the corner and fire in right hands. He whips Sydal into the opposite corner and hits a hip check followed up by smothering Sydal.

Hobbs hits a bodyslam, but Sydal with a kick that stuns Hobbs. Hobbs with a flurry of strikes then a trust kick. Sydal going up top, but Hobbs meets him and sweeps his legs. Hobbs picks him up and tries to Town Business, but Sydal escapes. However, Hobbs just runs through Sydal and hits Town Business for the win.

Winner: Powerhouse Hobbs

– Post-match: Hobbs sends a message by hitting a short-arm clothesline on Mike. Hobbs shouts out Taz as Matt comes running in. Taz tells Matt to mind his own business and explains Hobbs was getting a little antsy. Taz tells Matt to keep walking and not look at him as that closes out another episode of Dark.