It’s Saturday night and you know what that means! AEW Collision will go down tonight and Ringside News has got you covered with live play-by-play results coverage for the February 10, 2024 episode.
AEW Collision will start this week at 8:00 PM EST as always, match-by-match highlights and results from the show will take place on this very page. Feel free to leave any reactions in the comment section below. You can check out the lineup below.
The show opens up with Kevin Kelly, Nigel McGuinness and Tony Schiavone welcoming the fans and we get the entrances for the first match of the evening, which is a Tag Team Match.
The match begins with Moxley and Star Jr., with Star Jr. putting Moxley in a reverse bow and arrow maneuver. Castagnoli then kicks Star Jr., which allows Moxley to escape the hold. Esfinge then delivers a kick to Moxley and the CMLL stars sent the BCC to the outside as they were looking for dives, but the BCC is able to get away. Castagnoli and Esfinge then exchange submission holds until Esfinge gets caught in a Big Swing and Moxley tags himself back in.
Moxley then places Esfinge in the corner and beats him down with punches. Castagnoli then tags back in as does Star Jr. Star Jr. then pushes Castagnoli into Moxley and does a luchador move that sends BCC to the outside. The CMLL stars then lands the stereo tope con hilo. Castagnoli then nails Star Jr. with a European uppercut and Esfinge is tagged into the match as he places Moxley in the corner. Esfinge nearly pins Moxley, but Castagnoli breaks it up. Star Jr. then hits Moxley with a running lariat and follows it up with a twisting dive on Castagnoli. Esfinge then gets another near pinfall on Moxley, but Moxley hits him with a clothesline and rolls him up.
Moxley and Esfinge then exchange forearms and Esfinge hits Moxley with a running knee strike and Star Jr. gets tagged into the match. Esfinge then nails both members of BCC with chops, but Castagnoli answers back with the Ricola Bomb, although he is unable to put him away. Moxley then locks in an arm bar on Star Jr. and forces him to tap.
The winner of the Tag Team Match, The Blackpool Combat Club!
After the match, Moxley grabs the mic and tells the CMLL stars to take that message back to their locker room. Moxley says that any team could step to them if they wanted to take a shot, which leads to FTR making their way out. Moxley pie-faces Harwood, which leads to the locker room making their way down to stop the brawl between the four men.
We then get the entrances of the next match, which is a Singles Match.
The match begins with Garcia putting Taylor in a waist lock. Taylor then attempts a huge shot, but misses. Garcia goes on to focus on Taylor’s arm, but Taylor answers back by punching Garcia in the face. Taylor then lands a massive shot on Garcia and follows it up with a nasty slap on Garcia’s chest. Garcia then takes Taylor down and put him in an ankle lock submission. Garcia then stands on his leg, but is knocked off the apron.
Taylor then takes Garcia down with a headbutt and goes for a leg drop, but Garcia escapes. Garcia then throws in a few punches and sends Taylor to the opposite corner. Garcia then continues to focus on Taylor’s knee and hits several running dropkicks. Taylor then hits Garcia with a pop-up haymaker, but Garcia kicks out at two. Taylor then goes for a package piledriver, but Garcia takes out Taylor’s knee. Garcia then tries to lift Taylor, but Taylor reverses it into a back body drop. Garcia then twists Taylor’s knee until he submits.
The winner of the Singles Match, Daniel Garcia!
We then head backstage, where Eddie Kingston calls the Young Bucks out for what they did to Sting and Darby Allin. Kingston also calls Danielson out for taking away Bryan Keith’s moment. Kingston then challenges Danielson to a match at Revolution and says when he wins, Danielson has to shake his hand.
We then get the entrances for the next match, which is a 2-on-1 Handicap match.
The match stars off with Cage laying waste to Truth and Floyd is then tagged in. Cage then nails Floyd with a clothesline and hits a double suplex on both Truth and Turbo before putting Truth in a deathlock.
Cage then pushes the Vegas Golden Knights mascot down and repeatedly beats him down until HOOK makes his way out. A brawl then ensues between the two until the backstage area.
The match ends in a No Contest!
We then head backstage, where The Undisputed Kingdom and Tomohiro Ishii are being interviewed by Lexy Nair. Taven and Bennett are upset at being dropped from the CHAOS group a few years ago. Strong tells Ishii that he would be going after him if he won the title, noting that he lost the ROH World Television Title to Ishii six years prior. Strong then shakes Ishii’s hand, but Ishii pulls back.
Tony Schiavone introduces “The Rated R Superstar” Adam Copeland and Copeland then makes his way down to the ring to address the AEW fans. Schiavone says that with both Swerve Strickland and “Hangman” Adam Page facing Samoa Joe at Revolution for the AEW World Title, Copeland was next in the rankings and could choose which championship he wants to challenge for. Copeland says that if he was at Dynamite, the attack on his friends Darby Allin and “The Icon” Sting wouldn’t have happened and he sent a warning to the Young Bucks. Copeland then said that the other champions were otherwise booked, all except Christian Cage.
Daniel Garcia then makes his way down to the ring. Garcia says that both of them had been picking up a lot of wins lately, with him having scored a win over the Patriarchy last week. Garcia also says that he wanted a shot at Cage and the TNT Title, noting that he would fight through the line if it meant holding gold. Copeland then says that something had to give, so he challenged Garcia to a match on Dynamite where the winner gets the shot at Cage. Garcia accepted and shook Copeland’s hand. Copeland then pulls Garcia close and tells him that he would kick his face in on Wednesday.
We then head backstage, where Kris Statlander, Willow Nightingale and Stokely Hathaway were with Renee Paquette. Hathaway then says that Skye Blue and Julia Hart could hang out at all the Hot Topic’s that they want, but that doesn’t make them badasses. Statlander and Nightingale then wants Hathaway to get a match signed, but Hathaway says that Tony Khan had his number blocked.
We then get the entrances for the next match of the evening, which is a Singles Match.
The match starts off with Briscoe chopping King. Briscoe then hits King with more chops and punches. King then carries Briscoe forward and tosses him and follows that up with a cannonball. King then steps on Briscoe’s face and chops him. King then hits a back body drop on Briscoe. Briscoe then goes to the corner, buts is chopped again. King then sends Briscoe to the other side, but Briscoe pulls King down over the second rope for a guillotine and kicks King in the face through the ropes. Briscoe then gets a chair and does a running dive onto King. Briscoe then goes for a table, but Rick Knox tells him he can’t use it. Briscoe then dives onto King again, but was caught in the air. King then smashes Briscoe into a security’s chair.
Briscoe then hits some chops on King and some Redneck KungFu. King is then in the corner and Briscoe runs at him and King lands across Briscoe’s leg on the top rope. Briscoe then stands on the turnbuckle to land some punches before biting his head. King is then knocked to the outside and Briscoe does a moonsault onto King. Briscoe then stands on the barricade to celebrate and puts King back in the ring.
Briscoe then uses the ropes to try to knock King down. King then puts Briscoe down with a lariat. Briscoe then answers back with forearm chops. Briscoe then tries a Froggy Bow, but is distracted by Julia Hart. King then pushes Briscoe off onto a table. King then sends Briscoe back in the ring and hits a Gonzo Bomb for the win.
The winner of the Singles Match, Brody King!
After the match, King holds Briscoe up for Hart, who pulls out a railroad spike and nails Briscoe in the head. King then smears Briscoe’s blood on his arms before shouting that the House Always Wins.
We then head backstage, where Bryan Keith cuts a promo. He says that he was all about his paydays and was going after all the stars. Keith also says whether they were good, bad, or ugly, they had better be ready to pay up, sucka.
We then get the entrances for the next match, which is a Singles Match.
The match starts off with Purrazzo working on Hogan’s arm and dominating Hogan for several minutes. Purrazzo continues to be in control of this match, putting a stop to any attempt on Hogan’s part to mount a comeback before hitting the Venus Di Milo submission to secure the win.
The winner of the Singles Match, “The Virtuosa” Deonna Purrazzo!
After the match, AEW Women’s World Champion “Timeless” Toni Storm, Mariah May and Luther make their way down to the ring as Purrazzo was leaving and we get the next match of the evening, which is a Non-Title Match.
The match starts off with Storm trying to intimidate Queen Aminata before putting her in a waist lock. Aminata then wrenches Storm’s arm, but is taken to the mat and Storm goes on to work on Aminata’s arm. Storm then puts Aminata in a side headlock and takes her to the mat again. Aminata then puts Storm in a scissor lock and clinches Storm’s arm, then rubs her backside on Storm’s head.
Storm then has Aminata in a full nelson, but Aminata powers out and hits Storm with a back body drop. Aminata then rolls Storm up and hits her with a clothesline. Aminata then suplexes Storm and follows it up with a running knee. Storm then hits Aminata with a snap DDT. Aminata then tries to suplex Storm, but Storm escapes to the corner. Aminata then goes for a hip attack, but is knocked down. Storm then hits a hip attack on Aminata and puts Aminata in a small package piledriver for the 1-2-3.
The winner of the Non-Title Match, AEW Women’s World Champion “Timeless” Toni Storm!
After the match, Storm grabs the mic and applauds her show of technical brilliance. She announces that she would be premiering a new film on Dynamite this Wednesday.
Commentary then runs down the card for Dynamite, including Skye Blue vs. Willow Nightingale and we get the entrances of the next match, which is the main event.
The match starts off with Cassidy putting his hands in his pockets and hitting Ishii with a dropkick, but Ishii didn’t budge and he sends Cassidy to the floor with a shoulder block. Cassidy then hits Ishii with a shoulder block of his own, but hits forearms that had no effect on Ishii. Ishii then backs Cassidy him into a corner and hits Cassidy with chops.
Cassidy then hits a Stundog Millionaire on Ishii as well as a tornado DDT. Cassidy then hits a dive to the outside on Ishii before delivering another tornado DDT and scoring a close pinfall victory. Cassidy then hits a diving DDT on Ishii off the top rope for another close pinfall. Cassidy then hits Ishii with the soft kicks before laying into Ishii in the corner. Cassidy then hist a hesitation dropkick on Ishii and the two trade shots until Ishii hits a shoulder block that turns Cassidy inside out.
Ishii then hits Cassidy with a forearm for another close pinfall. Ishii then takes Cassidy to the top rope and hits him with a hesitation superplex for another close pinfall. Ishii then hist a German suplex on Cassidy and lands several chops on the champion, but Cassidy is able to withstand them. Ishii then goes for a big chop, but Cassidy collapses. Cassidy then goes for a Beach Break, but Ishii reverses it into a powerbomb. Ishii then goes for a sliding lariat, but Cassidy reversed it into multiple rollups. Ishii then hits Cassidy with a headbutt, but gets hit with an Orange Punch. Cassidy then hits a Beach Break, but Ishii kicks out.
Cassidy then goes for the Orange Punch, but Ishii catches him and delivers a half-and-half suplex and a lariat for a close pinfall. Ishii then hits a sliding lariat for a close pinfall. Cassidy then escapes an attempted Vertical Drop Brainbuster and hits the Orange Punch, but Ishii withstands it. Ishii then hits another headbutt and catches an Orange Punch from the champion, but Cassidy puts Ishii into an inside cradle to score the win and retain his title.
The winner and still the AEW International Champion, “Freshly Squeezed” Orange Cassidy!
After the match, The Undisputed Kingdom makes their way out and puts Cassidy down with a Hail Mary piledriver. Ishii and Trent Beretta then make their way down to the ring to make the save, but the damage was already done as the show comes to a close.