Former friends collide in a huge main event as TNT Champion Scorpio Sky defends his TNT Championship against Frankie Kazarian.
Plus, the highly anticipated Owen Hart Foundation Tournament Quarter Final bout between Ruby Soho and Riho and so much more.
Death Triangle def AFO’s Butcher, Blade and Mark Quen-
A reunited Death Triangle looked to get back on track in trios competition after the return of Rey Fenix. With revenge on The House Of Black in their sights, they looked to dispose of the AFO quickly.
There were some good spots in the match, with Death Triangle showcasing their impressive athleticism.
The closing moments saw Penta and Fenix hit moonsaults to the outside in stereo before Pac planted Quen with a devastating Black Arrow to pick up the victory.
Post-match saw the lights go out and The House Of Black appear on the apron, exerting mind games onto Death Triangle before disappearing.
Shawn Spears def Bear Boulder-
With Wardlow in his sights, Spears was ready to make an example out of the powerhouse Bear Boulder.
The Chairman had a tough time at the beginning of the bout, as the power of Boulder seemed too much, with Boulder planting Spears with a huge powerslam.
However, Spears soon regained momentum and demonstrated some power of his own, as he planted Boulder with an impressive C4 to pick up the victory.
Post-match would see spears taunt Wardlow and send a message by levelling Boulder with a series of sickening steel chair shots.
Ruby Soho def Riho- Owen Hart Foundation Tournament Quarter-Finals
Soho and Riho looked to join Toni Storm in the semi-finals of the Owen Hart Tournament. Storm cemented her place after a huge victory against Jamie Hayter on Dynamite.
Both women scouted each other from the get-go, however, Riho would take control after escaping a roll-up and levelling Soho with a devastating double foot stomp.
Riho looked to do anything to win as she targetted and dissected the knee of Soho, trapping her in a submission after a failed No Future attempt from Soho.
The closing moment saw Soho regain control and drop Riho with the Bladerunner to cement her place in the semi-finals.
Scorpio Sky ( c ) def Frankie Kazarian- TNT Championship
Once SCU brothers and former AEW Tag Team Champions Scorpio Sky and Frankie Kazarian collide for the TNT Championship after Sky granted Kazarian his wish to challenge for the title.
Both men demonstrated their history as the bout began, with both men scouting whatever the other threw at them.
Kazarian was close to dethroning the face of TNT and capturing his first singles title in AEW by countering a springboard lariat attempt from Sky and catching him mid-air with a devastating cutter.
However, this wouldn’t be enough for Kazarian, as a distraction from Dan Lambert on the outside allowed Ethan Page to hit Kazarian with the TNT Championship which gave Sky a moment to capitalise and hit the TKO, retaining his title.
Post-match saw a heated confrontation between Sky and Page, with Page admitting that he did it. Just as it looked like the two were about to brawl, Sky dropped Kazarian with the title showing where his allegiance truly lies.
Sammy Guevara and Tay Conti would storm the ring but The Men Of The Year and Dan Lambert would evade just in time.
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