Luchasaurus and Wardlow threw down in the opening match of AEW Collision for the TNT Title. That was quite a match, and it ended in historic fashion.

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Luchasaurua and Wardlow were not the only two people involved in the match. Christian Cage was at ringside, and he got into the action many times.

During the closing spot of the match, Christian Cage stole a ringside photographer’s camera and he smashed it over Wardlow’s head. That caused Wardlow to go crashing to the mat.


Before fans knew it, Luchasaurus pinned Wardlow’s shoulders to the mat for three seconds, and he is the new AEW TNT Champion.

This was a big way to kick off AEW Collision with a title change. Only time will tell how long it takes for Wardlow to get that title back, or move onto his next steps.

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