AEW Collision is shaping up to be another Saturday night for Tony Khan’s company. It appears that they have made a change to the expected card as well.

AEW has updated a match that was originally scheduled for Saturday’s Collision event, introducing a new opponent for Anthony Bowens. Initially, it was revealed that Bowens, 1/3 of the AEW Trios Champions, would face off against Evil Uno following a suggestion on Rampage that a member of the Acclaimed should take on a member of the Dark Order.

Tony Khan has now clarified that John Silver will be facing Anthony Bowens, contrary to the expectations of many who anticipated Evil Uno’s participation in Collision.

When Bowens said he’d fight any Dark Order member, they’d implied he’d face Dark Order “I”, but they’ve added a “V” at the end, number IV John Silver!


Tony Khan has some plans for Collision, and it is only a matter of hours away at this point. Apparently, Anthony Bowens is in for quite a match as the Dark Order inches closer to a Trios Title shot.

We will have to see how AEW Collision turns out this week. We will have full coverage of the entire event, right here at Ringside News. As always, we appreciate your clicks and can’t wait to see you there for the show.

What’s your take on AEW Collision plans for this week? Will this match pop a rating? Sound off in the comments to let us know what you think!

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