AEW Collision was the third weekly show that AEW announced last year. The show airs every Saturday and features some of the talent who don’t get a chance on AEW Dynamite.

The matches for the show usually get announced on AEW Dynamite. On tonight’s episode of Dynamite, more matches were announced for this week’s episode of Collision.

Orange Cassidy will defend his AEW International Championship again against the winner of the Fatal 4-Way match on AEW Rampage between Kip Sabian, The Butcher, El Hijo Del Vikingo, and Komander. The winner of this match will face Cassidy on Saturday.

Another match announced during the show is the singles match between Bryan Danielson and Yuji Nagata. This match should be a technical masterclass.


Ever since her arrival in AEW, Mariah May has proven to be a promising young star in the company. She will get the chance to prove her mettle once again when she face off against Lady Frost.

FTR has been engaged in a personal rivalry with House of Black for the past couple of weeks. FTR will team with Daniel Garcia against the House of Black and both teams will have a chance to settle the score this weekend in an elimination Trios Steel Cage Match.

Serena Deeb started off her AEW career with promise but fell off the radar in recent months. Recently, vignettes of Deeb have been aired on AEW television and she will make her return this weekend on Collision.

AEW Collision Lineup (1/27/2024):

  • AEW International Championship
  • Mariah May vs. Lady Frost
  • Serena Deeb returns to action
  • Bryan Danielson vs. Yuji Nagata
  • Steel Cage Elimination Match: FTR & Daniel Garcia vs. The House of Black

It looks like AEW Collision will have a strong show this weekend and they will have to pull out all the stops as they will go head-to-head with the 2024 Royal Rumble.

Which match are you most excited about for Collision? Do you think this show will be able to compete with the Royal Rumble? Sound off in the comments section.

Sunil Joseph

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