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AEW Collision Results (2/10/2024)

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Here are the full results for the episode of AEW Collision airing on February 10, 2024.

AEW Collision Results

#1. Star Jr. & Esfinge vs. BCC’s Jon Moxley & Claudio Castagnoli – Winner: BCC

Moxley tells the CMLL guys to send a message to anyone they want. If any team steps up, they will get stepped on. FTR’s music plays! There is a brief face off before bombs are thrown and a fight ensues. Officials and members of the locker room pour out to split up the two teams.

#2. Daniel Garcia vs. Shane Taylor (w/ Lee Moriarty) – Winner: Daniel Garcia via submission

Eddie Kingston says what The Young Bucks did to Sting & Darby Allin was disgusting. And the same to Bryan Danielson, who hurt Bryan Keith after he just signed a contract. He wants a match with Danielson, with the stipulation that if he loses, he has to shake his hand. Eddie hopes that eats him up inside.

#3. Brian Cage (w/ Prince Nana) vs. The Outrunners – Winner: Brian Cage via submission

Brian Cage beats up the mascot of the Las Vegas Golden Knights, so Hook shows up to fight him. It spills to the back.

The Undisputed Kingdom wish luck to Tomohiro Ishii before his International Championship match with Chaos stablemate Orange Cassidy.

Tony Schiavone gets a word with Adam Copeland in the ring. As far as top contenders are concerned, Copeland is #3 in the rankings, so what is going on in the mind of the Rated R Superstar? Adam thanks the crowd, before telling Nigel to shut up before he says anything. He warns The Young Bucks after what they did to Darby & Sting.

Adam thinks about which titles he could go after, including Eddie Kingston’s dozens of titles. But he gets back to the TNT Championship and Christian Cage. Daniel Garcia is back out to say something. It sounds to him like he deserves a TNT title shot. Title shot opportunities should be earned with a lot of wins, but he also been picking up a lot of wins. He doesn’t mean any disrespect, when he beat The Patriarchy, maybe he deserves a shot at the TNT title.

Maybe he will do the typical thing by losing when it counts, but he will fight toward that line a million times before he picks up a championship. Adam says FTR helped him, but they speak highly of him, so it is no insult. How about they fight each other and the last man standing faces Christian.

Adam says Garcia already had a match tonight, which is the only reason he isn’t taking his head off right now. But know that he is getting in the way of putting food on his families table, so he will do that next week.

Backstage, Renee Paquette has an interview with Kris Statlander & Willow Nightingale. Stokely Hathaway tells Julia Hart & Skye Blue that there are only two badass women on this roster. Statlander & Nightingale want Stokely to make a tag match official, but Tony Khan has him blocked, so he will need to borrow somebody’s phone to make it happen.

#4. Mark Briscoe vs. Brody King (w/ Julia Hart) – Winner: Brody King

After the match, Brody King holds Mark Briscoe for Julia Hart, who stabs him in the head with a metal spike. Briscoe is heavily busted open.

#5. Deonna Purrazzo vs. Kiera Hogan – Winner: Deonna Purrazzo

#6. “Timeless” Toni Storm vs. Queen Aminata – Winner: Toni Storm

While laying on her back in the middle of the ring, the champion announces there will be a new film released on Dynamite this week called “Wet Ink”. Toni tells Deonna Purrazzo that she will be remembered as a wart on her butthole.

#7. [AEW International Championship] Orange Cassidy (c) vs. Tomohiro Ishii – Winner: Orange Cassidy retains

Ishii is disappointed with the loss, so he starts walking to the back. While his back is turned, Undisputed Kingdom jump the rail to get in some offense because Ishii turns around and notices. He rushes back to the ring and Undisputed Kingdom bail.

Note: AEW Collision will not air next Saturday because of the NBA All Star Weekend. Therefore, live coverage for AEW Collision returns on February 24th. Thank you.

AEW Collision Results (2/10/2024)

AEW Collision Results (2/10/2024)

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