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Tonight, NXT US and NXT UK will collide in 6 matches that could potentially steal the show over Royal Rumble weekend.
On the pre-show, NXT UK Women’s Champion Kay Lee Ray will take on the HBIC Mia Yim. This rivalry dates back to the ladder match to determine advantage in the first-ever women’s WarGames match when Kay Lee Ray interfered in Mia Yim’s match against Io Shirai to declare herself as the fourth member of Team Baszler and cost Yim the match. Will Mia Yim get her retribution, or will the NXT Women’s Champion continue to gain momentum at Yim’s expense?
On the main card, NXT Cruiserweight Champion Angel Garza will defend his championship against Isaiah “Swerve” Scott, Jordan Devlin, and Travis Banks. With the amazing amount of talent in the this match, there is not much of a storyline between Garza and any of his challengers, but this is still going to be a very fun, fast-paced, high-energy match.
Finn Balor will have his first match on the WWE Network since making his return to NXT when he takes on NXT UK’s new upstart Ilja Dragunov. The Prince has been in peak form, as we saw in his match just three days ago when he decimated Joaquin Wilde, but Dragunov is unlike anyone Balor has faced lately. Will Balor emerge victorious tonight, or will the Manacing Muscovite pull out an upset?
NXT Women’s Champion Rhea Ripley will also defend her title tonight against former NXT Women’s Champion Toni Storm. With Ripley riding high after dethroning Shayna Baszler, Ripley would love to score a win in her first major title defense since winning the championship, but Toni Storm will not be a pushover. Will the Nightmare continue her reign as champion, or will it be Toni Time tonight?
Two of the most influential tag teams in NXT history will take on each other and Tyler Bate and Trent Seven of Mustache Mountain will take on Johnny Gargano and Tomasso Ciampa, #DIY. This is the first time Gargano and Ciampa have teamed together in ten months, and it was sparked when Gargano came down to the ring to save Ciampa from an Undisputed Era beat down and Trent Seven challenged them to a match on Twitter. Which of these two teams will come out with the win tonight?
Finally, in what is sure to be the main event, all four members of Undisputed Era, Kyle O’Reilly, Bobby Fish, Roderick Strong, and Adam Cole will take on all four members of Imperium, Alexander Wolfe, Fabian Aichner, Marcel Barthel, and WALTER. With Roderick Strong fresh off of his loss to Keith Lee over the NXT North American Championship, Undisputed Era are looking to regain momentum, but will Imperium and the Ring General prove to be too much for them? Find out tonight.
Tonight’s Worlds Collide is set to be the biggest and best yet in the event’s three-year history, and it all begins tonight at 6:30 PM EST!
Charly Caruso, Sam Roberts, and Andy Shepherd are on the pre-show panel, talking about how big of a moment the Worlds Collide tournament is this year.
We get a video package about the rivalry between Undisputed Era and Imperium. Undisputed Era and Imperium are shown entering the arena earlier today.
After discussing who will win between Imperium and Undisputed Era among the pre-show panel, we head into our first match.
Mia Yim vs. NXT UK Women’s Champion Kay Lee Ray
Yim immediately hits Lee with a dropkick, then stomps away at her in the corner. Yim backs up and hits a cannonball, covering her for two. Ray slaps Yim in the chest, but Yim is unphased. Yim returns fire with chops of her own, taking Lee down and hitting her with an ax kick.
Ray whips Yim into the ropes, but Yim chop blocks her and dropkicks her, sending her to the mat. Ray hits Yim with a Tornado DDT for a two count. Lee locks in an abdominal stretch on Yim while wrenching on her head and neck. Lee releases and pulls Yim’s head while stomping on her hair, keeping her down. Ray whips Yim into the corner, then hits her with a huge chop.
Yim fights out of the corner with her own chops, but Ray takes Yim out with a superkick, covering her for a two count. Ray goes to the top rope and goes for a senton, but Yim rolls out of the way. Both women are tired and slow getting to their feet, but Yim takes down Ray with a neckbreaker, enziguri, and a DDT, covering Kay Lee Ray for two.
Yim hits Ray with a a series of jabs. Ray goes for a Gory Bomb, but Yim hits her with a back body drop instead. Ray rolls to the outside, but Yim hits her with a suicide dive. Yim follows to the outside and rolls Ray back in the ring, but Ray catches Yim with a superkick while Yim is on the apron, sending her back down to the floor. Ray goes to the top rope and hits a cannonball on Yim from the top to the outside.
Both women get back in the ring and club away at each other. Ray goes for the Gory Bomb, but Yim reverses into a Code Blue for two. Yim goes for Eat Defeat, but Ray reverses and hits her own Eat Defeat, pinning Yim for two. Yim goes for a Gory Bomb again but Yim blocks. Ray goes for a hurricanrana, but Yim catches her and hits a powerbomb, pinning her for two.
Yim hits a Code Blue on Ray again, but Ray kicks out at two again. Ray rolls up Yim for two. Yim goes for a german suplex, but instead rolls up Ray for a pin for two. Ray reverses leverage and pins Yim, grabbing the ropes for leverage and getting the three count pinfall victory.
Winner: Kay Lee Ray
Yim walks up the ramp, looking very disappointed with the outcome of the match.
Caruso, Roberts, and Shepherd discuss the title match between Rhea Ripley and Toni Storm.
British Strong Style are shown arriving in the arena backstage. Ciampa is shown getting ready for his match, and Gargano throws him a new #DIY t-shirt with a new design from offscreen. Then, we get a video package for the upcoming tag team match between the two teams.
Caruso, Roberts, and Shepherd discuss the tag team match.
We begin the main show with a video package mostly hyping up the Imperium and Undisputed Era feud, but it moves to hyping up all of the matches on the card.
Finn Balor vs. Ilja Dragunov
Ilja and Finn lock up. Finn and Balor size each other up, but Finn gets him in a headlock and takes him down. Ilja tries to push off, but Finn takes him back down. Ilja gets Finn in a scissor hold and forces a break, then locks in a headlock of his own.
Finn pushes off and sends Ilja into the ropes, but Ilja hits Finn with a cross body block. Ilja poses at Finn in the ring, and Finn tries to counter-pose with finger guns, but Finn slaps him. Finn dumps Ilja to the outside, then hits a suicide dive to the outside.
Finn tosses Ilja back in the ring, and chops at him in the corner. He goes to whip Ilja into the ropes, but Ilja takes him down and hits a senton, covering him for two. Ilja immediately goes for Finn’s left arm, but Finn gets in a croner, forcing a break. Balor goes to the outside and goes for an enziguri kick on Ilja from the apron, then chased Finn out and hits a dive on Finn from the apron.
Ilja tosses Finn back in the ring, but Finn rolls back to the outside, Ilja goes for a diving ax handle, but Finn moves out of the way, making Ilja pay with kicks and chops. Back in the ring, Finn hits Ilja with a snapmare and a dropkick to the head, covering him for two. Finn locks in a headlock. Ilja fights back to his feet, but Finn doesn’t let up easily.
Finn hits Ilja with a scoop slam and a standing elbow drop for two. Finn stomps away at Dragunov’s chest and upper midsection, only relenting when the referee forces him to back up. Finn chops away at Ilja, sending him corner to corner with chops, then pins him for two again.
Finn locks in another headlock, but Ilja fights to his feet. Finn goes for 1916, but Ilja gets back to his feet and hit a suplex. Ilja hit Finn with a running knee to the face in the corner, then turned Finn inside out with a lariat. Ilja whips Finn into the corner, then hits a lariat. Ilja hits Finn with Bombs Away, getting a very close two count.
Ilja chops away at Finn’s head and neck. Finn grounds Ilja and goes for the double stomp, but Ilja rolls out of the way and hits Finn with a knee to the face, getting a close two count. Ijla picks Finn up in a fireman’s carry, but Finn fights out and hits Ilja with a double stomp on Dragunov’s chest.
Finn and Ilja trade strikes. Ilja hits Finn with a kick and Finn goes for a Pete kick, but Ilja catches it. Finn goes for 1916, but Ilja blocks that two, and Finn instead hits him in the midsection, sending Ilja down to the mat. Finn hits Ilja with a slingblade, then does the finger guns and goes for a dropkick, but Ilja catches him and hits a high angle german suplex on pin, covering him for two.
Ilja hit Finn with a rebound clothesline, then hits Finn with a dive to the outside. Ilja gets Finn on the inside on the ropes, and hits a coast to coast dropkick on Finn, covering him for a two count. Dragunov goes back to the top and goes for a senton from the top, but Finn gets his knees up. Finn hits Ilja with a dropkick into the corner, then follows it up with a Coup de Grace. Finn then hits Dragunov with 1916, covering him for the three count victory.
Winner: Finn Balor
Rhea Ripley and Toni Storm are shown backstage, getting ready for their match.
Cathy Kelley is ringside, where the Grizzled Young Veterans and the BroserWeights are both seated at ringside. Kelley announces that the winners of the Dusty Rhodes Tag Team Classic will go on to TakeOver: Portland and challenge for the NXT Tag Team Championships.
Kelley asks Gibson what he thinks about the upcoming finals match, and he says that Dunne and Riddle are a joke of a team, while getting heavily booed. Riddle responds, saying that the Grizzled Young Veterans shouldn’t be so serious and should be happier. Dunne says that he’ll “be blunt,” and “Matt Riddle is going to smoke the two of you,” and that their “hopes and dreams will come to a Bitter End.” Riddle adds a “Bro,” and we move on to the next match.
NXT Cruiserweight Champion Angel Garza vs. Isaiah “Swerve” Scott vs. Jordan Devlin vs. Travis Banks for the NXT Cruiserweight Championship
All four men stare each other down for a minute. All three men go after Angel Garza and he goes to take off his pants, but all three kick him. Devlin hits a standing moonsault and a back suplex, covering Garza for a two count. Scott kicks Devlin and rolls up Travis Banks for two. Scott hits Devlin with a flatliner and a dropkick to Graza.
Devlin tosses Scott to the outside and goes for a moonsault on Scott to the outside, but Scott catches him and drops him. Banks catches Scott with a PK from the apron on Scott. Garza dives onto Scott on the outside, and Banks hits a double stomp on Garza to the outside.
Banks goes around the outside an chops away at Scott, Garza, and Devlin. Scott tries to chop at Banks, but Banks is unphased and rolls Scott back in the ring. Banks hits Scott and Garza with kicks to the chest. Scott hits Garza with a roundhouse kick, and Banks throws Scott in the corner, running into them both from side to side. Banks hits a suicide dive on Devlin, then hits Devlin with an overhead belly to belly suplex into both Garza and Scott.
Devlin hits a DDT on Scott and a Spanish Fly on Garza, but Banks breaks up the pinfall by diving onto the pinfall attempt from the top turnbuckle. Scott and Garza and Bans and Devlin are hammering away at each other. Garza tosses Scott out of the ring, then takes off his pants.
Garza chops away at Scott, but Scott chops back. Scott catches Garza with a knee strike and goes for a House Call, but Devlin broke it up with a superkick. Devlin hit Banks with a headbutt, but Banks responds with Canadian destroyer and all four men are down.
Banks goes to the top turnbuckle, but Garza pushes him off the top to the outside of the ring. Garza instead goes to the top turnbuckle, but Scott knocks him down. Garza hangs on to the middle rope and Scott joins him on the middle rope. Devlin goes to the top and hits both men with a supersuplex. Banks hits Devlin with a Slice of Heaven and a Kiwi Crusher, covering him for a very close two count.
Devlin rolls to the outside and Scott and Banks trade chops. Scott catches Banks with a powerbomb and covers Banks for a two count. Scott gets Travis Banks in an electric chair, and Garza takes down both men. Garza tosses Banks to the outside. Garza goes for the Wingclipper on Scott, but Jordan Devlin breaks it up. Devlin instead hits Devil Inside on Isaiah Scott and covers him for the three count pinfall victory.
Winner: Jordan Devlin
Devlin stands on the Spanish announce table and cuts a promo, saying that he is, pound for pound, the best sports entertainer. He says, “You never bet against an ace,” blows a kiss at Isaiah Scott, who is still in the ring, and Devlin poses on the top turnbuckle, then walks to the back.
Mia Yim is sitting in the audience ringside with the new NXT North American Champion Keith Lee, and Chelsea Green and Robert Stone are also shown sitting in the audience.
Moustache Mountain vs. #DIY
Gargano and Bate start the match. Gargano and Bate lock up, but Gargano escapes and goes for Bate’s wrist. Bate reverses and tries to take Gargano down, but Gargano instead takes Bate down and sticks to the wrist, moving then to the left arm of Bate. Bate tries to take down Gargano, but Gargano rolls through on Bate and Bate finally escapes the wrist hold.
Gargano gets a headlock on Bate. Bate gets to his feet and takes Gargano down, going for Gargano’s wrist. Gargano takes down Bate and locks in a front chancery. Bate and Gargano get to their feet and Bate goes for a suplex, but does not hit it.
Gate tried to hit the Tyler Drive early on, and Gargano tried to reverse it into a Gargano Escape, and both men instead continue to reverse each other’s moves untilBate catches Gargano’s leg and sets Gargano’s leg on the ground. Gargano responds to that show of respect by shaking Tyler Bate’s hand. Gargano and Bate both tag out to Seven and Ciampa.
Seven tries to touch Ciampa’s beard, but Ciampa isn’t having it. He tries to mock Seven’s moustache twirl, but Seven shows him how it is done. Ciampa decides to flex on Seven, and Seven shakes his hand. Ciampa takes down Seven with a shoulder tackle. Seven catches Ciampa in a crucifix pinfall attempt for two.
Seven tags in Bate and both men stand in the ring momentarily, until Bate tells Seven to leave. Bate and Ciampa trade poses. Ciampa and Bate engage in a Test of Strength, and both men trade advantage. Bate escapes and hits a monkey flip on Bate but holds his grip, and both men escape the pin attempt by lifting their shoulders.
Ciampa and Bate run the ropes, and Ciampa catches Bate with a strike. Ciampa tosses Bate to the outside, and Gargano hits Seven with a superkick from the apron. Ciampa tosses Seven over the announce table and sits on the apron, clapping and patting himself on the back. Gargano sits next to him and does the same.
Back in the ring, Ciampa tags in Gargano and tosses Bate into the boots of Gargano. Johhny hits Bate with a dropkick to the back of the head. Gargano tags Ciampa back in, and Ciampa sends Bate to the mat with a chop. Ciampa runs the ropes and takes down Bate with an elbow strike to the jaw of Bate.
Ciampa locks in a headlock on Bate, but Bate gets to his feet. Bate reaches out and tries to get to Seven for the tag, but Ciampa drags Bate back to the center of the ring. Bate finally gets away from Ciampa and tags in Seven. Seven runs corner to corner, chopping Gargano and Ciampa. Seven hits Ciampa with a powerbomb for two, then a lariat for another close two count.
Seven goes for the Seven Star Lariat, but Ciampa ducks and hits Seven with a jumping knee strike. Gargano and Bate tag in. Gargano hits Seven and Bate with a facebuster/DDT. Gargano then chops at Bate in the corner. Bate sends Gargano onto the apron, but Gargano hits Bate with a spear from the apron for a close two count. Gargano tries to dive to the outside, but Seven grabs Gargano’s leg and stops him. Seven hits a sliding dropkick to Seven, then a knee to the face of Bate. Gargano hits a dive on Bate to the outside.
Gargano hits a springboard DDT from the apron on to Bate as Ciampa hits a draping DDT on Seven. Gargano pins Bate for two. Ciampa tags in and Bate catches Ciampa with a kneelift. Bate dives at Ciampa, but Ciampa catches him with a knee. Ciampa goes for the Project Ciampa, but Bate reverses it. Bate hits Ciampa with the Tyler Driver, but Ciampa kicks out.
Ciamapa tags Gargano back in. Gargano goes for the lawn dart, but Bate escapes. Bate goes for a standing Shooting Star Press, but Gargano gets his knees up. Bate goes for a rebound lariat, but Gargano escapes. Gargano goes for a Gargano Escape, but Bate tries to get out of it. Gargano locks in the Gargano Escape anyway and Seven goes to break it up, but Ciampa catches Seven and goes for an armbar.
Seven and Bate escape and hit Gargano and Ciampa with duel Airplane Spins. Seven drops Gargano and pins him for two. Seven tags Bate in. Bate holds up Gargano and they try to hit a lariat on Gargano, but Gargano ducks and Seven takes out Bate. Gargano and Ciampa set up a superkick/knee strike combo, but Bate and Seven counter. They hit a burning hammer/knee strike combo, covering Ciampa for two.
Seven tries to hold Ciampa in place while Bate dives onto him, but Ciampa pulls Seven on top of him to absorb Bate’s dive and covers Seven for a two count. All four men are in the ring. Seven hits Ciampa with German, but Gargano catches him with a superkick. Bate tries to dive onto Gargano and Ciampa, but they catch him with a double superkick. They finally hit the combo superkick/knee strike on Trent Seven in the middle of the ring and Ciampa covers Seven for the pinfall victory.
After the match, Moustache Mountain and #DIY shake hands. All four men hold up each other’s hands and celebrate in the ring.
Imperium are shown getting ready for their match. Mercedes Martinez are shown in the audience. Dakota Kai is also shown in the audience, but Tegan Nox tackles Kai and attacks her and they brawl at ringside. Security comes out and separates them.
Bianca Belair is also shown in the crowd.
NXT Champion Rhea Ripley vs. Toni Storm for the NXT Championship
Ripley and Storm lock up, but Ripley pushes Storm into a corner. Ripley gets in a wrist lock on Storm, but Storm escapes and hits Ripley with a series of strikes and kicks. Ripley chops away at Storm and then takes her down with a clothesline. Ripley hits Storm with a shoulder tackle in the corner.
Strom hits Ripley with a German suplex, with Ripley’s neck hitting the turnbuckle. Ripley goes to the outside and Storm gives chase. Storm sends Ripley back in the ring and hits Ripley with a suplex, covering her for a one count. Storm locks in a Figure Four STF submission hold in the center of the ring. Ripley powers her way to the bottom rope, forcing a break.
Storm kicks away at Ripley’s head. Storm picks Ripley up and chops at her, then hits her with a huge DDT for a two count. Storm continues to stomp away at Ripley, getting her in a chokehold. Ripley gets to her feet, but Storm grounds her with a strike to the back of the head. Storm kicks away at Ripley on the ground and covers her for a one count.
Back on their feet, Storm and Ripley trade strikes, then club away at each other. Ripley takes Storm down with a series of clotheslines, then a dropkick to the side of the face. Ripley hits Storm with a jumping pump kick, then picks her up and slams her down face first. Ripley locks in a standing cloverleaf submission on Toni Storm, but Storm eventually powers out of the hold.
Ripley goes for Riptide, but Storm reverses into a cross body and covers Ripley for two. Storm goes for Storm Zero, but Ripley gets out of it. Ripley goes for a PK on Storm but Storm catches Ripley’s leg and hits German suplex, covering her for a two count. Storm picks up Ripley, and Ripley catches Storm with a kick to the face and a standing dropkick. Ripley runs the ropes, but Storm stops her cold with a headbutt.
Storm goes to the top turnbuckle and goes for a frogsplash, but Ripley avoids it. Ripley hits Storm with a Riptide and covers her for the three count pinfall victory.
Winner: Rhea Ripley
Bianca Belair and Rhea Ripley stare each other down as Ripley poses on the top turnbuckle.
We see a moment backstage of Finn Balor attacking Johnny Gargano while Gargano was giving an interview. Tyler Bate, Trent Seven, Travis Banks, and others pull Balor off of Gargano.
Undisputed Era vs. Imperium
Fabian Aichner and Kyle O’Reilly start things off. Aichner has a clear strength advantage on O’Reilly. O’Reilly goes for an armbar on Aichner, but Aichner blocks, so O’Reilly goes for an ankle lock, but Aichner gets to the ropes.
O’Reilly teees off on Aichner in the corner, then hits him with a power slam. Marcel Barthel comes in and goes for a PK on O’Reilly, but O’Reilly stomps him and gets a knee in Barthel’s midsection. Strong tags in and hits a gutbuster on Barthel, followed by a diving knee from O’Reilly.
Barthel headbutts Strong and gets him in Imperium’s corner. Alexander Wolfe tags in and hits an uppercut on Strong. Strong fights back and gets Wolfe in the Era’s corner, tagging in Bobby Fish. Fish and Strong hit Wolfe with a combo kick and chop and Fish pins Wolfe, but Wolfe seems to be legitimately knocked out.
The referee puts up the “X” and the medical team comes out to help Wolfe out of the ring and to the back. WALTER comes in for his team, and Adam Cole tags in. Cole gets WALTER in the Era’s corner and kicks away at WALTER, then tags in Roderick Strong. Strong runs the ropes, but WALTER takes Strong out with a boot to the face.
WALTER gets Strong to Imperium’s corner and tags in Fabian Aichner. Aichner strikes away at Strong, then tags in Marcel Barthel, who also grounds Strong with stomps. Strong kicks Barthel in the face and Cole tags in, going after Barthel’s knee, then face. Cole strikes away at Barthel’s face, then gets him in the corner.
Bobby Fish tags in and strikes away at Barthel. O’Reilly tags in and strikes at Barthel, then Strong tags in and Strong and O’Reilly trade kicks and chops on Barthel. Bobby Fish tags in and hits a senton on Barthel, then Adam Cole tags in. Cole covers Barthel for a two count.
Cole puts a headlock in on Barthel. Barthel gets to his feet, but Cole hits a backbreaker on Barthel, then covers him for a two count. Cole tags Kyle O’Reilly in, who hits Barthel with a knee to the ribs, then continues to throw knees at Barthel’s midsection. O’Reilly tries to do a running kick on WALTER to take him off the ring, but WALTER is unphased. Barthel hits O’Reilly with a back suplex and then tags in WALTER.
WALTER clears house, taking down every member of Undisputed Era. O’Reilly tries to fight back, but WALTER manhandles O’Reilly. WALTER goes for a suplex, but O’Reilly locks in a sleeper hold. WALTER goes for a German suplex on O’Reilly, but O’Reilly grabs Roderick Strong. WALTER hits a german suplex on both of them, and Barthel and Aichner tag in, hitting Kyle O’Reilly with an elevated DDT from the top rope, covering him for a two count.
Aichner is legal, and he hits a butterfly suplex on O’Reilly, then goes into a headlock. O’Reilly fights to his feet, but Aichner takes him down with a knee to the midsection. Aichner tags in WALTER, who hits a scoop slam and seated senton on O’Reilly.
WALTER gets O’Reilly into Imperium’s corner and chops at his chest, but O’Reilly fights out of the corner until WALTER levels O’Reilly with a chop and covers him for two. Aichner tags in and O’Reilly momentarily fights back until Marcel Barthel tags in. Barthel and Aichner hit O’Reilly with a double team move. WALTER tags in and Strong tags in. Strong takes out Barthel and Aichner, but WALTER is not impressed.
Strong goes for the running forearm strikes to WALTER, but WALTER stops him. Aichner tags in and Stong hits him with a powerbomb into a cover. Aichner kicks out at two, but Strong reverses the kick out into a Stronghold. Aichner fights out of the hold, then levels Strong with a clothesline.
Fish tags in and Barthel tags in. Barthel hits Fish with a PK and an Air Raid Crash for a two count. Barthel picks up Fish and go for a European Bomb. Fish fights out of it and tags in Adam Cole. Cole goes fora Panama Sunrise on Barthel, but Barthel fights out of it. Barthel goes for a suplex, but Cole reverses it and hits an enziguri. Cole hits an ushigoroshi on Barthel and covers him, but WALTER breaks up the pin.
Cole, Fish, Strong, and O’Reilly all pounce on WALTER and get him on the outside. Undisputed Era clear off the announce table and WALTER almost hits Kyle O’Reilly with a powerbomb through the table, but Fish blocks it. WALTER takes on Strong, Fish, and O’Reilly on the outside. WALTER clears off the Spanish announce table and puts Kyle O’Reilly on it. O’Reilly and WALTER fight on the table, but Strong eventually gets behind WALTER, hitting an Olympic Slam on WALTER through the English announce table.
Back in the ring, Marcel Barthel hits a diving European Uppercut on Cole. O’Reilly comes in, but Aichner and Barthel hit an assisted brainbuster on O’Reilly. Strong comes in, but Barthel eliminates him. Cole catches Aichner and Barthel with superkicks, then hits another ushigoroshi on Barthel for a two count.
Cole tags Roderick Strong in, who picks up Barthel and hits a gutbuster, followed by a knee to the face on Barthel. Strong covers Barthel for a two count. Bobby Fish tags in, who tags in O’Reilly. O’Reilly and Fish takedown Barthel and Aichner.
O’Reilly goes to the top rope and hits a diving knee on Barthel, then locks in a leg lock on Barthel in the center of the ring. Barthel fights to the bottom rope and forces a break. O’Reilly doesn’t break the hold, and Aichner hits a moonsault on O’Reilly, forcing a break.
Fish and Aichner fight on the outside, but Strong joins the mugging on Aichner. WALTER has made his way to the apron, but Coel and O’Reilly are trying to keep Barthel from his corner. Barthel hits an enziguri on O’Reilly and tags ni WALTER, who cleans house and takes down all fou members of Undisputed Era.
WALTER hits Strong with a powerbomb and a frogsplash, but Cole comes from behind and hits WALTER with a Last Shot, covering him, but the pinfall attempt is broken up Barthel and Aichner. All seven members of this match are exhausted and are having trouble standing even, but they all brawl in the ring anyway.
Fish and O’Reilly lock in a sleeper on WALTER and hits a High-Lo on WALTER. Barthel takes out Cole and O’Reilly on the outside, but Strong hits Barthel with a dive. Aichner then dives onto all four men on the outside. Fish and WALTER are in the ring. Fish goes for a moonsault but WALTER avoids the move and hits Fish with a powerbomb, covering Fish and getting the pinfall victory.
WALTER, Marcel Barthel, and Fabian Aichner stand in the middle of the ring and pose, then pose at the top of the entrance ramp.
And that is the end of Worlds Collide! Come back tomorrow for our coverage of the 2020 Royal Rumble!