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 24, 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.

AEW Collision Lineup (2/24/2024):

  • Singles Match: “The American Dragon” Bryan Danielson vs. Jun Akiyama
  • Thunder Rosa will be in action
  • Serena Deeb will be in action
  • Tag Team Match: FTR (Cash Wheeler and Dax Harwood) vs. Shane Taylor Promotions (Shane Taylor and Lee Moriarty)
  • Singles Match: House Of Black’s Malakai Black vs. “The Bounty Hunter” Bryan Keith

AEW Collision Results (2/24/2024):

The show opens up with Sammy Guevara making his way down to the ring for the first match of the night. Powerhouse Hobbs then makes his way down to the ring for this No DQ Match.

No DQ Match: Sammy Guevara vs. Powerhouse Hobbs

The match starts off with Sammy Guevara hitting a running kick on Powerhouse Hobbs even before the bell rings, then Guevara follows that up with a knee. Guevara then hits Hobbs with a springboard cutter before clotheslining him over the time rope. Guevara then grabs the camera and says “I’m a freaking Collider now.” Hobbs then reverses an Irish Whip from Guevara into the ring steps, but Guevara jumps over them and sends Hobbs into the ringside barrier. Guevara then jumps towards Hobbs, but Hobbs catches Guevara and slams him into the steps.


Hobbs then hits Guevara with a number of slams onto the ring apron and sends Guevara into the barrier. Hobbs then asks the crowd if they want more and they do, but he doesn’t follow up. Hobbs then sends Guevara into the barricade again, then heads over to commentary and asks Kevin Kelly for his belt. Hobbs then begins whipping Guevara’s back with the belt. After a few shots, Guevara hits Hobbs with a couple of superkicks, then grabs a steel chair. Guevara then hits Hobbs in the arm and then in the head with a chair, then dropkicks the chair into Hobbs’ face. Guevara then goes for a move onto the steps, but Hobbs counters and sends Guevara onto the barricade again. Hobbs then has Guevara on his shoulder and wants to smash him into the steps again, but Guevara counters and delivers a cutter onto the ring steps.

Guevara then grabs Kelly’s belt and whips Hobbs with it, then pulls out a table. Guevara then sets up the table, then swings a chair across Hobbs’ midsection. Guevara then pulls out and sets up a second table. Hobbs is now on the ring apron as Guevara goes to the top rope. Guevara jumps on top of Hobbs, but Hobbs hits Guevara with a massive spinebuster off the apron to the floor through both tables.

Hobbs then hits several Irish Whips on Guevara. Guevara then manages to get Hobbs up on his shoulders and hits a big move that gets him a two count. Guevara then goes outside and gets a monitor, then re-enters the ring and smashes it into Hobbs’ face. Sammy then goes for another weapon under the ring and pulls out a third table. Guevara then puts the third table inside the ring, but Hobbs knocks Guevara down with a lariat. Hobbs then sets up the table in a corner, but Guevara hits Hobbs with a superkick. Guevara then goes for another springboard cutter, but Hobbs catches him and delivers a World’s Strongest Slam. Hobbs then jumps from the ropes and kicks Guevara in the head, then goes outside for a fourth table.

Both men are now outside as Hobbs sets up another table. Hobbs then takes out yet another table and sets it up next to the one already on the outside. Hobbs then picks up Guevara and gets him up on his shoulder, but Guevara pushes Hobbs into the ring post. Guevara then grabs a bottle of beer from the crowd, drinks from it and smashes it over Hobbs’ head. Hobbs is now lying on the two tables on the outside and Guevara pulls out a ladder and places it into the ring. Guevara then sets up the ladder inside the ring and begins to climb. Guevara then poses on top of the ladder, then hits a huge Senton Splash onto Hobbs through the tables.

Guevara then sends Hobbs back into the ring and sets up the remaining table. Guevara then punches Hobbs so Hobbs remains on the table, then he climbs to the top rope. Hobbs then pushes the referee into the ropes, which leads to Guevara falling. Hobbs then climbs to top rope, picks up Guevara and hits a World’s Strongest Slam on Guevara off the top rope through the table to secure the win.

The winner of the No DQ Match, Powerhouse Hobbs!

We then head backstage, where Jon Moxley and Claudio Castagnoli cut a promo. Moxley tells the fans a story about how when Castagnoli first came to the U.S. he walked 20 miles from the airport because he’s a freak. Moxley then says nobody can beat the two of them in a war of attrition, but they don’t get paid by the hour and a time limit draw is unsatisfactory. Moxley then says FTR has pissed the BCC off and accepts FTR’s challenge for AEW Revolution. Moxley then says they are the elite of the elite and Castagnoli lists all the legendary tag teams of the past. Castagnoli then says FTR looks to the past, while the BCC looks to the future, creating the wrestling they want to see. Castagnoli then challenges FTR to step into the future by going through the BCC. Moxley then says that can’t be all FTR had in their time limit draw because it feels like he and Castagnoli never went through their entire arsenal. Castagnoli then tells FTR to bring their whole back of tricks because they will need it.

We then get the entrances for the next match, which is a Tag Team Match.

Tag Team Match: FTR (Cash Wheeler and Dax Harwood) vs. Shane Taylor Promotions (Shane Taylor and Lee Moriarty)

The match starts off with Dax Harwood and Lee Moriarty. Harwood immediately tags in Cash Wheeler. Moriarty gets wrist control and rolls up Wheeler for a two count. Wheeler then drives Moriarty into the corner. Wheeler then sends Moriarty into the ropes and hits an elbow on Moriarty, then tags Harwood back in. Harwood and Wheeler then double team Moriarty, but Moriarty makes it to the corner and tags Taylor in. Harwood then tries to knock Taylor down, but is unable to. Taylor then sends Harwood into the ropes, but Harwood hits a dropkick on Taylor.

Taylor then hits a leg drop and a lariat on Harwood and tags Moriarty back in. Moriarty then hits Harwood with some strikes, but Harwood gains control of the match and chops Moriarty in the chest. Harwood and Moriarty then exchange blows and Harwood picks up Moriarty, who makes a blind tag to Taylor. Harwood is still dealing with Moriarty when Taylor slides into the ring and knocks him down.

Taylor then has Harwood in a bear hug, but Harwood escapes. Taylor then picks Harwood up again and slams him down for a two count. Moriarty then tags into the match and Harwood immediately rolls him up, but only gets a two count. Harwood then puts Moriarty in a sleeper hold, but Moriarty backs him into his own corner so Taylor can tag himself in. Taylor then delivers a knee to Dax’s head, then hits a side slam. Taylor then goes to the top rope and hits a splash, but Harwood gets out of the way.

Moriarty then tags in and prevents Harwood from tagging Wheeler, but still manages to get the tag. Wheeler then starts rallying and hits uppercuts on both of his opponents before delivering a running clothesline to Taylor and an uppercut to Moriarty followed by a cutter for a two count. Moriarty then goes to the outside and Wheeler tries to suplex him back into the ring, but Taylor grabs his feet. Taylor then clobbers Wheeler with a big punch, but Wheeler is able to make the tag and get Moriarty up for the Doomsday Device to score the pinfall victory.

The winner of the Tag Team Match, FTR!

After the match, FTR cuts a promo and Wheeler begins by saying that a few weeks ago Moxley told them to step up or get stepped on. Wheeler then says the BCC are like a couple cockroaches as it takes more than stepping on them to kill them. Wheeler also says if the BCC has anything to say them tonight, they know where FTR will be. Harwood then takes the mic and references Moxley’s promo about the past and history. Harwood then says that is not what this is about. Harwood then says Moxley is the king in AEW and this is his castle. Harwood then says when people see the BCC walking in the back, they cower out of fear. Harwood then says they are pissed off because FTR isn’t scared of them. Harwood then says he has heard that to be a king, you have to kill the king and at Revolution they are coming for the BCC’s head.

We then get a video package hyping up the main event match later tonight between “The American Dragon” Bryan Danielson and Jun Akiyama.

We then get the entrances for the next match, which is a Singles Match.

Singles Match: Thunder Rosa vs. Lady Bird Monroe

The match starts off with Rosa immediately grappling Monroe and taking her down. Both women then exchange standing switches. Monroe then gets the advantage and hits several forearms to Rosa in the back of her head, then nails Rosa with a big chop to her chest. Rosa then fires back with a chop of her own, then hits some forearms on Monroe. Rosa then slams Monroe’s head into the turnbuckle pad. Monroe then comes back with some chops and a running kick, but Rosa takes her down once again and hits a low dropkick. Rosa then has Monroe on her shoulders in a fireman’s carry and puts her down. Rosa then hits her Tijuana Bomb finisher for the 1-2-3.

The winner of the Singles Match, Thunder Rosa!

We then head backstage, where Renee Paquette is interviewing Kris Statlander, Willow Nightingale and Stokely Hathaway about their feud with Julia Hart and Skye Blue. Hathaway takes the mic and rambles for a few minutes before Statlander challenges Skye Blue to a match for next week’s episode.

We then get the entrances of the next match, which is a Trios Match.

Trios Match: The Bang Bang Scissor Gang (“Switchblade” Jay White, Colten Gunn and “Daddy Ass” Billy Gunn) vs. The Iron Savages (Bronson, Boulder and Jacked Jameson)

The match starts off with Daddy Ass and Boulder. Boulder takes control of the match for a moment until Daddy Ass pokes him in the eye. Colten Gunn then comes in and whips Bronson, then runs towards him, but Bronson moves. Colten then jumps all the way to the ring post, but falls to the floor. Bronson then gets Colten back in the ring and starts working over his back, then puts him on the top rope.

Boulder then tags into the match and picks up Colten, then puts him down. Boulder then tags Jacked Jameson in, but Colten gets the advantage over all three members of the opposition and tags White in. White then chops Jameson and chops Bronson. White then hits Jameson with more chops and strikes. Bronson then runs towards White, but White moves and Bronson hits his partner instead. Bronson then misses a running splash and goes to the outside, then White hits Jameson with a uranage. Billy Gunn then hits his Fame-Ass-Er on Bronson and White hits Jameson with his Blade Runner finisher for the 1-2-3.

The winners of the Trios Match, The Bang Bang Scissor Gang!

We then head backstage, where Bryan Danielson is being interviewed. Danielson talks about how much he respects Jun Akiyama, but he doesn’t respect Eddie Kingston. Danielson then imitates Kingston doing a promo and says he is not a professional. Danielson then says he has known Eddie Kingston for over 20 years and Eddie has wasted his potential until the last year. Danielson then says not only does he not respect Kingston, but Kingston’s wasted potential pisses him off and that’s why he is going to beat Kingston at Revolution.

We then get the entrances of the next match, which is a Singles Match.

Singles Match: House Of Black’s Malakai Black vs. “The Bounty Hunter” Bryan Keith

The match starts off with both men exchanging takedowns and countering each other’s holds. Keith then escapes the back and forth and taunts Black before they lock up again. Black and Keith then bounce each other off the ropes before Keith his Black with a big boot. Keith then delivers some punches and chops to Black, then kicks Black. Black then nails Keith with a kick of his own, but Keith hits a snap suplex on Black for a two count. Keith then counters Black, but ends up on the apron and Black attempts to kick him.

Keith then rolls up Black for a two count. Both men then exchange standing strikes and Keith knocks Black down twice. Black then answers back with a vertical suplex. Keith then gets a two count after hitting Black with a neckbreaker across the knee. Keith then grabs Black, runs up the ring post and hits a tornado DDT. Black then climbs to the top rope, but Keith hits a rising headbutt on Black to stop him. Keith then climbs the ropes and is looking for an exploder, but Black knocks Keith to the mat and jumps from the top rope, hitting a double stomp. Black then hits Keith with a pump kick, a rising knee strike and a German suplex with a bridge, but only gets a two count.

Black then lifts Keith’s head up with his foot, but Keith dodges the spin kick and hits the Liger Bomb on Black, but only gets a two count. Keith then runs towards Black, but Black hits his spin kick out of nowhere to score the win.

The winner of the Singles Match, Malakai Black!

After the match, the lights go out and when they come back on, Mark Briscoe is in the ring with a kendo stick. Black bails while the rest of the House of Black makes their way out, but Briscoe blasts them with the kendo stick. Briscoe then pulls out a spike, but Black dodges and Briscoe gets the spike stuck in the turnbuckle pad. The House of Black then takes advantage and drops Briscoe.

A video package then airs featuring the feud between Sting and Darby Allin vs. The Young Bucks.

We then get the entrances for the next match, which is a Singles Match.

Singles Match: Serena Deeb vs. Lady Frost

The match starts off with Lady Frost tripping Serena Deeb and going for the pinfall attempt several times, but Deeb kicks out every single time. Deeb and Frost then exchange standing holds. Deeb then puts Frost in a submission, but quickly lets it go. Frost then counters Deeb and hits Deeb with a dropkick, then flips Deeb over as Deeb is coming at her.

Deeb then hits a shoulder tackle on Frost and puts Frost in a leg submission. Lady Frost then jumps over Deeb, but runs right into a leg whip. Deeb then hits Frost with a lariat. Deeb then hits Frost with a number of left hands. Frost then hits Deeb with a gut kick and Irish Whips Deeb into the ropes, but Deeb hits a running clothesline on Frost. Deeb then picks up Frost, but Frost counters Deeb and sends her into the corner. Frost then attacks Deeb, but Deeb counters and hits Frost with a neckbreaker over the second rope on the apron. Deeb then returns to the ring and hits a swinging neckbreaker on Frost, but only gets a two count.

Deeb then gets Frost up for a piledriver, but Frost counters with a backdrop and a big kick. Frost then misses a cyclone kick and Deeb hits a back elbow on Frost, then an arm capture clothesline. Deeb then puts Frost in a single-leg crab submission and Frost taps.

The winner of the Singles Match, Serena Deeb!

After the match, Serena Deeb cuts a promo and says the women’s division is heating up, but she has put the locker room on notice. Deeb also says anyone who wants to come to the ring or join the division are welcome to Deeb’s Dojo because she’s here to elevate the division. Deeb then says when she wrestles, the lights don’t go out and the picture doesn’t go black and white. Deeb then says she’s here to put the wrestling back in All Elite Wrestling.

We then get the entrances of the main event, which is Bryan Danielson vs. Jun Akiyama.

Singles Match: “The American Dragon” Bryan Danielson vs. Jun Akiyama

The match starts off with Danielson and Akiyama feeling each other out, then Danielson takes Akiyama down and gets on his back. Akiyama counters Danielson and gets back to his feet. Danielson then presses Akiyama against the ropes, but does a clean break. Akiyama then puts Danielson in a side headlock and Danielson sends Akiyama to the ropes. Akiyama then hits Danielson with a couple of shoulder tackles. Danielson then takes Akiyama down and puts him into a surfboard position, then stomps on Akiyama’s knees. Danielson then works on the left knee of Akiyama and drops an elbow on Akiyama’s knee. Akiyama then puts Danielson into a cross arm-breaker. Danielson then reverses it and ties Akiyama’s legs again, then puts Akiyama in the Muta Lock.

Akiyama then escapes by raking Danielson’s eyes, then gets to his feet and lands several kicks and punches to Danielson. Akiyama then bends Danielson’s arm over his shoulder and twists Danielson’s fingers, then wrenches Danielson’s arm down over his shoulder. Akiyama then puts Danielson in a hammerlock, but Danielson is able to send Akiyama out of the ring. Danielson then goes for a dive, but Akiyama counters the move with a forearm.

Akiyama then hits Danielson with a knee while Danielson is lying across the ring apron and he sends Danielson to the outside. Akiyama then gets Danielson up and goes for a vertical suplex, but Akiyama hits a knee to the head of Danielson to counter, then he hits Danielson with a vertical suplex of his own. Danielson then goes up to the ring apron and takes Akiyama down with a diving knee strike to the outside. Danielson then sends Akiyama back into the ring and jumps off the top rope, hitting a dropkick. Danielson then delivers running dropkicks to Akiyama, but Akiyama counters the third one with a lariat. Danielson then takes Akiyama down and puts him in the Lebell Lock, but Akiyama gets to the ropes.

Danielson then climbs to the tope rope again, but Akiyama gets up and punches Danielson. Akiyama then climbs up, but Danielson punches him back down. Danielson then jumps off the top rope, but Akiyama counters with a piledriver for a two count. Akiyama then nails Danielson with several knee strikes and goes for a running knee, but Danielson counters the move into a single leg crab, then transitions into an ankle lock. Akiyama then tries to fight out of it, but Danielson turns the hold into a German Suplex.

Danielson then delivers kicks to the chest of Akiyama, but Akiyama counters one of them by grabbing the leg of Danielson and hitting Danielson with an exploder suplex for a two count. Akiyama then gets Danielson into a triangle choke hold, but Danielson gets his foot on the bottom rope. Danielson then hits more kicks on Akiyama, but Akiyama hits a massive knee strike on Danielson and both men are down. Both men then run at each other going for knee strikes, but they land awkwardly. Both men then exchange standing forearms. Akiyama then goes for an exploder, but Danielson counters with an arm drag and hits the Busaiku knee. Danielson then hits Akiyama with another Busaiku knee strike to win the match.

The winner of the Singles Match, “The American Dragon” Bryan Danielson!

After the match, Danielson celebrates and looks at Kingston. Danielson then offers Akiyama a handshake and Akiyama accepts. Danielson then turns to Kingston on the outside and offers a handshake, but quickly turns it into a middle finger. Akiyama then saw what Danielson did and got upset. Akiyama then pushes Danielson, then Danielson apologizes to Akiyama, but hits Akiyama with a low blow. Eddie Kingston then attacks Danielson, but Claudio Castagnoli attacks Kingston. FTR then make their way down to the ring to make the saw. Commentary then announces that this coming Wednesday on AEW Dynamite we will have a Trios Match between Eddie Kingston and FTR vs. The Blackpool Combat Club (Bryan Danielson, Claudio Castagnoli and Jon Moxley) as the show comes to a close.

Sanjay Thakur

Sanjay Thakur has been a dedicated fan of professional wrestling since a very young age, and wrestling has played a significant role in his life since his childhood. His passions revolve around music and professional wrestling, and that is the life he leads.

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