AEW Double Or Nothing (5/26/2024) Results: Willow Nightingale vs Mercedes Mone, Team AEW vs The Elite

On May 26, 2024, All Elite Wrestling hosted the 2024 edition of "Double Or Nothing" from the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada on Triller TV, Bleacher Report & DAZN (Internationally).

The show was headlined with a triple Main Event as Team AEW faced The Elite in Anarchy in The Arena, Swerve Strickland defended his AEW World Title against Christian Cage, and Mercedes Moné challenged Willow Nightingale for the TBS Championship in her debut match. The full results of the show are listed below.

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AEW Double Or Nothing (5/26/2024).

  • Buy-In: "Daddy Ass" Billy Gunn & The Acclaimed (Anthony Bowens & Max Caster) vs. Brian Cage & Gates of Agony (Kaun & Toa Linoa).
  • Buy-In: Thunder Rosa vs. Deonna Purrazzo.
  • FTW Championship Match: Chris Jericho (c) vs. HOOK vs. Katsuyori Shibata.
  • AEW Undisputed World Trios Championship Match: Bang Bang Gang (Jay White, Austin Gunn & Colten Gunn) (c) vs. Death Triangle (PAC, Rey Fenix, & Penta El Zero Miedo) (w/ Alex Abrahantes).
  • Trent Beretta vs. Orange Cassidy (w/ Don Callis).
  • IWGP World Heavyweight Championship - Eliminator Match: Jon Moxley (c) vs. Konosuke Takeshita.
  • Anarchy In The Arena Match: The Elite (Kazuchika Okada, Jack Perry, Matt Jackson & Nick Jackson) vs. Team AEW (Darby Allin, Bryan Danielson, Dax Harwood & Cash Wheeler).
  • AEW Women's Championship Match: Toni Storm (c) (w/ Luther & Mariah May) vs. Serena Deeb.
  • AEW International Championship Match: Roderick Strong (c) vs. Will Ospreay.
  • AEW World Heavyweight Championship Match: Swerve Strickland (c) vs. Christian Cage (w/ Nick Wayne, Killswitch & Mother Wayne).
  • TBS Championship Match: Willow Nightingale (c) (w/ Kris Statlander & Stokely Hathaway) vs. Mercedes Moné.

Live Coverage.

Buy In Pre-Show.
  • Renee Paquette, Jeff Jarrett & RJ City previewed the card for the show.
  • Lexy Nair interviewed AEW Match Coordinator Charlie Ramon, who talked about setting up the Barbed Wired Steel Cage for the match between Adam Copeland and Malakai Black for the TNT Title. Ramon said it was a surprisingly unpleasant experience and that the match would be extremely personal.
  • After a preview of the card, the commentary team of Excalibur, Tony Schiavone & Menard welcomed the audience to the opening contest.
  • Deonna Purrazzo def. Thunder Rosa via Pinfall (Stacked Side Pin while holding the ropes).
  • Lexy Nair interviewed "Daddy Ass" Billy Gunn & The Acclaimed (Anthony Bowens & Max Caster), where Gunn said that they would show that they were better than Cage of Agony. Caster then continued by saying he was not aware of Kaun & Toa Linoa's names, while Anthony Bowens responded by saying he was a gay in agony for having to still deal with Cage of Agony.
  • Renee Paquette, Dr. Marta Hart & AEW President Tony Khan appeared to announce the 2024 edition of the Owen Hart Foundation Tournament to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the foundation. Hart & Khan said that because it was the 25th anniversary, the winners of the tournaments will earn opportunities for both the AEW World Championship and the AEW Women's World Championship at AEW All In at Wembley Stadium in London, England.
  • "Daddy Ass" Billy Gunn & The Acclaimed (Anthony Bowens & Max Caster) def. Cage of Agony (Brian Cage, Kaun & Toa Linoa) via Pinfall (Inside Cradle from Billy Gunn on Kaun).

Main Card

- Tony Schiavone, Excalibur, Don Callis & Taz welcomed the audience to the broadcast before transitioning into the opening match.

AEW International Championship Match: Roderick Strong (c) (w/ Matt Taven & Mike Bennett) vs. Will Ospreay.

The match immediately began with Ospreay going for the Hidden Blade, but Strong evaded and they brawled. Ospreay then took out Taven & Bennett on the outside as Strong & Ospreay brawled on the outside, with Ospreay sending Strong crashing into the ring post with a Catapult. Back in the ring, Ospreay hit a backbreaker on Strong for a pin, but Strong kicked out at one. While the referee checked on Strong for an injury, Bennett & Taven got Ospreay on the outside and hit a Doomsday Device on the outside. Back in the ring, Strong dominated the proceedings of the match, with Strong locking in a chin lock on Ospreay. Ospreay tried to break the hold with forearm strikes, but Strong responded with a vicious knee strike on Ospreay’s back.

Ospreay locked in an Abdominal Stretch, but Strong broke the hold by hitting a hip toss and locking in the Crossface before Ospreay got a rope break. Strong hit a chop on Ospreay, but Ospreay responded by exchanging chops with Strong. Strong then hit a knee lift on Ospreay before catching him with a side backbreaker for a near fall. Ospreay hit a jawbreaker on Strong before hitting a series of chops and connecting a corkscrew kick on Strong. Ospreay then hit a Yakuza Kick on Strong before luring Taven & Bennett in. Wardlow then tried to powerbomb, but Ospreay pulled the referee to notice Wardlow. The referee kicked out all members of the Undisputed Kingdom, but not before Ospreay caught them all with a Sky Twister to the outside.

Back in the ring, Ospreay hit a Phenomenal Forearm on Strong for the pin, but Strong kicked out. Strong hit a series of chops on Ospreay, but Ospreay responded with a gamongiri kick before hitting a Northern Lights Suplex for a near fall. Ospreay climbed to the top rope, but Strong pushed Ospreay to make him lose balance. Ospreay pushed Strong off the top rope and went for a Sky Twister on Strong, but Strong evaded to tweak his knee. Ospreay then went for the Hidden Blade, but Strong evaded and locked in the Strong Hold before locking in the Texas Cloverleaf, but Ospreay got to the ropes. Strong fired away with a series of vicious jabs & chops before hitting drive-by forearm strikes and a face slam on The Aerial Assassin for a near fall.

Strong got Ospreay and hit a Superplex on Ospreay before hitting a Torture Rack Backbreaker on Ospreay for a near fall. Strong hit a Gutbuster before going for the Sick Kick, but Ospreay caught him mid-air and hit a Powerbomb for a near fall. Ospreay & Strong then exchanged strikes before Ospreay hit a thrust kick, but Strong responded with a dropkick on Ospreay’s injured knee. Strong went for a Uranage, but Ospreay evaded with a stack pin before hitting the Oz Cutter on Strong for a near fall. As the referee checked Strong for a possible injury, Callis went to Ospreay and told him to hit the Tiger Driver 91. The referee tried to stop Ospreay, but Ospreay pushed the referee aside. Ospreay stopped himself and went for the Storm Breaker, but Strong evaded and hit the Gut Buster and a Sick Kick for only a near fall. Strong went for End of Heartache, but Ospreay evaded before Strong caught him with a Jumping Knee. Strong went for the End of Heartache, but Ospreay landed on his feet and hit the Hidden Blade before connecting with the Storm Breaker for the win, becoming the AEW International Champion.

Winner & New AEW International Champion: Will Ospreay.

- Adam Cole made his AEW Return for a promo immediately after the match. Cole said Las Vegas almost sucked because he did not want to be in the building and called himself one of the greatest wrestlers of his generation. Cole. said he would make everyone give "the devil" his due. As Cole was going for his pose, the lights went out before a video appeared on the screen. The video was of someone entering a room with a red suit and a Burberry scarf before showing a torn photo of Adam Cole & MJF. And welp, this led to the return of The Devil Himself, Maxwell Jacob Friedman. MFJ confronted Cole and immediately hugged Cole before catching him with a low blow. MJF followed that by hitting a Sheer-Drop Brainbuster before grabbing the microphone. MJF then demanded someone to take Cole out of the ring and said he had given him trust before and would never trust anyone again. MJF declared he was the greatest wrestler in the world and said Cole made him finally make him remember who he was before declaring that he did not need NJPW or Vince McMahon to be a top guy. MJF said there would no longer be any bullshit and that he was going to be driven by hate from here on out. MJF said he was done hiding from admitting he was the best and he did not need a mask to prove no one was on the level of the devil before saying that the devil mask and everything it symbolizes can go straight to hell. MJF then hit an elbow drop on the mask and tossed it to the crowd before revealing a tattoo saying "Bet on Yourself" with the AEW Logo before declaring the following: "You can call me the Wolf of Wrestling because I am not fucking leaving".

AEW Undisputed World Trios Championship Match: Bang Bang Gang (Jay White, Austin Gunn & Colten Gunn) (c) vs. Death Triangle (PAC, Rey Fenix & Penta El Zero Miedo) (w/ Alex Abrahantes).

Jay White & PAC began the match, but Colten Gunn tagged in. PAC hit two hip tosses on Colten Gunn before hitting another two hip tosses on Austin Gunn before clotheslining him to the outside. Austin Gunn got back in the ring before Penta tagged in, who hit two Sling Blades on Austin Gunn before hitting an assisted wheelbarrow splash on Colten Gunn. Death Triangle then attacked Colten Gunn before they caught him with Triple Dropkicks on Colten Gunn. Fenix then hit a modified Death Valley Driver before Penta hit a dropkick on Austin Gunn’s yam bag. Penta then hit a Tope Suicida on Colten Gunn while Fenix hit a Crossbody on Austin Gunn. PAC then went for a Tope, but White intercepted him before spiking The Bastard with a DDT. White then hit a neckbreaker on PAC for a near fall. Colten Gunn then tagged in and kicked PAC in the chest, leading to Bang Bang Gang dominating proceedings by cornering PAC.

White then continued to attack PAC’s chest with a series of chops before dropping neck first on the top rope, hitting PAC with a Catapault onto the bottom rope, and locking in a Single leg Crab. PAC took White in the face to break the hold and evaded The Gunns before tagging in Penta, who hit a double crossbody before firing away with chops on the Gunn Brothers. Fenix tagged in before catching Austin Gunn with a Run Rope Punt before hitting a Splash off Penta’s shoulders for a near fall, thanks to Colten breaking the pin. Penta tagged in a Penta hit a gut kick, followed by Fenix hitting a Black Mass on White before Penta hit a Spinning DVD on White for a near fall. PAC & White continued to exchange strikes before PAC hit a Snap-German Suplex. Austin hit a lariat on PAC, but Penta caught him with a Destroyer. Colten hit a jumping forearm, but Fenix caught him with a dropkick before White spiked Fenix with a Uranage. PAC hit a thrust kick on White and went for the Black Arrow, but he leaped over Colten Gunn before hitting consecutive Snap-German Suplexes on The Gunn Brothers. Penta, Fenix & PAC got White cornered, allowing Penta & Fenix to hit the Fear Factor. Penta & Fenix hit dives on The Gunns but this allowed Juice Robinson to take down PAC off the top rope. White then hit the Blade Runner on PAC for the win

Winners & Still AEW Trios Champions: Bang Bang Gang.

AEW Women's Championship Match: Toni Storm (c) (w/ Luther & Mariah May) vs. Serena Deeb.

Storm & Deeb began the match with some chain wrestling before Storm backed Deep into the ropes. Storm then smelled Deeb to taunt her, but Deep was unamused. Deeb them got Storm in the Paradise Lock before booting Storm in the bum. Storm then got Deeb on the apron before catching her with a hip attack to send her crashing into the floor. Storm then got Deeb on the ring, but Deeb responded with a rope-assisted Dragon Screw before sending her crashing to the floor.

Deeb got a near fall on Storm before locking in the Octopus Hold. Storm broke the hold with a rope break, but Deeb immediately responded by locking in an Abdominal Stretch before hitting another Dragon Screw. Storm tried to fire back with strikes, but Deep responded with another Dragon Screw before going for another, but Storm reversed it with a pin for a near fall. Deeb went for multiple rotations into a backslide pin, but Storm kicked out before hitting a vicious headbutt on Deeb.

Storm got Deeb in a rope-assisted backstabber before hitting a Fisherman’s Suplex on Deeb for a near fall. Storm went for a Sky High, but Deeb reversed it mid-air with a Juji Gatatme, quickly transitioning into a Triangle Choke. Storm then broke the hold by hitting a Sky High before locking in the Cloverleaf Hold on Deeb, but Deeb got a rope break to break the hold. Storm went for Storm Zero, but Deeb backed Storm in the corner before hitting a series of slaps on Storm’s head followed by a Running Lariat. Deeb then hit a series of corner lariats before hitting a reversed Stunner on Storm into the middle rope. Deeb & Storm evaded each other’s Suplex attempts before Deeb catching Storm with a neck breaker. Deeb sent Storm to the ropes for a Snap-German Suplex before catching the “Timeless One” with a Pepsi Plunge for a near fall.

Storm & Deeb then exchanged strikes before Deeb hit an uppercut and a Headlock Takeover for a near fall, but Storm responded with a Sky High for a near fall. Storm went for a Hip Attack, but Deeb evaded and locked in a Single Leg Crab. Deeb cinched the hold in, but Storm hit a series of up-kicks to break the hold. Deeb responded with a vicious knee strike before attacking Storm’s knee and locking in another Single Leg Crab. Storm got a rope break as Mariah May & Luther argued. Storm called Luther a bastard and spiked Deeb with a German Suplex. Storm went for the Hip Attack, but Deeb evaded and went for a Jack Knife Cover, but Storm reversed it with a Storm Zero for a near fall.

Storm then went for the Storm Zero on Deeb on the apron, but Deeb hit two vicious Dragon Screws on the apron before hitting two consecutive Deebtox Facebusters on Storm for a near fall. Deeb then went to the top rope for a final push, but Storm intercepted her and slammed her head into the turnbuckle pad before hitting an Avalanche Storm Zero and a standard Storm Zero for the win.

Winner & Still AEW World Women's Champion: Toni Storm.

Orange Cassidy vs. Trent Beretta.

Trent & Cassidy began the match with an immediate punch exchange before exchanging forearm strikes. The two former stablemates continued to trade strikes before Trent hit a cross-chop on the neck of Cassidy. Cassidy then responded by slamming Trent’s head on the turnbuckles repeatedly before hitting a diving crossbody and a Tornado DDT on Trent to send him to the outside, to which Cassidy responded by hitting a Tope Suicida on Trent to the outside. Trent & Cassidy continued to brawl on the outside, but Trent wrapped Cassidy’s arm into the turnbuckle before slamming him into the throat.

Back in the ring, Trent continued attacking Cassidy before hitting a German Suplex on Cassidy. Cassidy tried to fire back with some back elbows, but Cassidy responded with another German Suplex. Cassidy got to the top rope, but Trent pulled him down and hit a vicious Saito Suplex before hitting Cassidy with another German Suplex. Trent continued to dominate the proceedings of the match, blasting Cassidy with forearm strikes and slaps before demanding Cassidy get back up but Cassidy responded by putting his hands on his pockets. Trent continued to fire back with strikes on Cassidy, but Cassidy rolled over and hit a shotgun dropkick on Trent before catching Trent with another dropkick on the corner. Cassidy followed that up with a series of stomps in the corner before hitting another running dropkick. Cassidy went for a dive, but Trent rolled to the apron. Cassidy went for a diving Orange Punch on Trent, but Trent caught him and hit a Gotch-Style Piledriver on Cassidy on the apron.

Trent then pulled the stairs to the side and went for a piledriver on the steel stairs, but Cassidy slammed Trent to the edge of the stairs before catching him with the Beach Break on the outside. Both rolled back in the ring as Cassidy asked for a hug, but that was bait as Cassidy caught Trent with a Michinoku Driver before hitting a Penalty Kick. Trent responded with a forearm strike before blocking the Stundog Millionaire and hitting a Half-and-half Suplex, a Lariat, and the Strong Zero on Cassidy for a near fall. Trent then went for a Running Knee, but Cassidy caught him flash with a jab before hitting the Beach Break on Trent for a near fall. Cassidy then went for the Orange Punch, but Trent responded with a Code Breaker and locking in a Triangle Choke, but Cassidy reversed it with a Pin for the win.

Winner: Orange Cassidy.

FTW Championship Match: Chris Jericho (c) vs. HOOK vs. Katsuyori Shibata.

Jericho was immediately attacked by HOOK. Shibata & Jericho exchanged strikes, but HOOK got them down with a series of Suplexes. HOOK then got a table from under the ring and went for a suplex on Jericho to the table, but Shibata caught them with a boot wash to send them crashing onto he floor. Jericho, HOOK & Shibata continued to brawl on the outside before Jericho hit a suplex on HOOK onto the floor before bring him back into the ring. HOOK then got a velvet bag full of Dice, but he paid for it as HOOK hit a Saito Suplex while Shibata hit a suplex on Jericho before they started tossing Dices on Jericho and spiking him with a vicious Double Back Drop Driver, which Shibata followed up by hitting a Belly-to-Belly Suplex on HOOK into the dice. Shibata & HOOK then got the kendo sticks to the ring before Jericho entered the ring with a kendo stick of his own. Jericho strikes Shibata & HOOK with a kendo stick, but Shibata & HOOOK were unamused before firing away with the kendo sticks on Jericho, but Shibata immediately caught HOOK with an STO into he dice. Shibata then got a table from under the ring.

Jericho then got back in the ring and went for a Powerbomb on HOOK onto the table, but HOOK evaded and slammed Jericho onto the dice. HOOK & Shibata got on the top rope before Shibata hit an Avalanche Death Valley Driver on HOOK onto Jericho, who was laid out on the table before Shibata went for a pin on HOOK, but HOOK kicked out. Jericho tried to toss Shibata to the table, but Shibata tossed Jericho to crash the table before catching him with the running dropkick in the corner. Shibata fired away with strikes on Jericho before locking in the Deathlock on Jericho while locking in an ankle lock on HOOK, but HOOK broke out of the hold and slammed Jericho on the mat. HOOK then hit an Overhead Suplex on Shibata, but Jericho caught HOOK immediately with a Code Breaker. Jericho went for the Judas Effect, but HOOK evaded before locking in the Redrum before Big Bill broke the hold. Big Bill went for a Chokeslam on HOOK, but HOOK picked him up and slammed Big Bill from the apron onto a table on the outside with a T-Bone Suplex.

Back in the ring, Jericho locked in a Boston Crab on Shibata, but Shibata reversed it by locking in the Figure Four while HOOK locked in the Redrum, but a masked man attacked Shibata & HOOK before he hit a seton on Shibata while he was in a trash can. The masked man was revealed to be Bryan Keith, who was laid out by HOOK. Jericho then hit the Judas Effect on HOOK but opted to pin Shibata for the win.

Winner & Still FTW Champion: Chris Jericho.

IWGP World Heavyweight Championship - Eliminator Match: Jon Moxley (c) vs. Konosuke Takeshita.

Moxley & Takeshita began the match locking up before immediately exchanging forearm strikes in the corner. Moxley hit a series of chops on Takeshita, but Takeshita responded with an arm breaker on Moxley’s injured arm, followed by racking his eyes. Moxley then hit an elbow strike on Moxley before catching him with the Takeshita Line. Takeshita then continued to attack Moxley’s injured left arm before hitting a hammerlock slam on Moxley’s left arm. Takeshita climbed to the top rope, but Moxley hit him with a forearm to send him crashing into the apron before going for a Piledriver on the apron, but Takeshita reversed it by slamming Moxley’s left shoulder into the apron. Takeshita slammed Moxley into the barricade, but Moxley fired back and attacked Takeshita on a chair. Takeshita got back up and slammed Moxley’s arm into a chair before slamming his shoulder into the stairs.

Back in the ring, Takeshita blasted Moxley with a vicious forearm strike before hitting a Wrist Lock Bulldog on Moxley. Takeshita then hit a vicious slap on Moxley before hitting a Deadlift Brainbuster and locking in a headlock, but Moxley broke the hold by racking Takeshita’s nostrils. Takeshita & Moxley exchanged strikes before Moxley hit a forearm strike. Takeshita caught Moxley with a Boot Kick, but Moxley responded with a Cutter. Takeshita got back up and then locked in a Fujiwara Arm Bar on Moxley. Moxley rolled off the hold and locked in the Triangle Choke on Takeshita, but Takeshita gauged Moxley’s eyes before hitting a Liger Bomb and locking in the Disarmer Arm Bar, but Moxley broke the hold with a rope break.

Moxley tossed Takeshita out of the ring before catching Takeshita with a Tope Suicida. Back in the ring, Takeshita went for a Helluva Kick but Moxley caught him with a vicious King Kong Lariat before going for the Death Rider, but Takeshita reversed it with the Strong Zero and hit a Wheelbarrow German Suplex. Takeshita went for a V-Trigger, but Moxley reversed it with a Paradigm Shift DDT. Moxley & Takeshita exchanged headbutts & strikes before Takeshita hit a firearm shiver on Moxley’s shoulder and a vicious swinging forearm strike on Moxley’s head before hitting a vicious V-Trigger for a near fall.

Takeshita went for another Swinging Forearm Strike, but Moxley evaded and locked in the Bulldog Choke before attempting the Death Rider, but Takeshita reversed the move by transitioning out of it and tossed Moxley shoulder first into the ring post before hitting another vicious forearm strike and hit the Death Rider on Moxley to try and get the pin, but Moxley kicked out in the last second. Takeshita then rolled out of the ring and tossed a bunch of chairs out of the ring, but Moxley caught Takeshita with a Curb Stomp as Takeshita rolled into the ring with a chair. Moxley then ended proceedings by hitting the Death Rider on Takeshita for the pinfall win.

Winner: Jon Moxley.

TNT Championship - Barbed Wire Steel Cage Match: Adam Copeland (c) vs. Malakai Black.

Black & Copeland began the match with strikes before engaging in a chair battle. Copeland & Black evaded each other’s moves before Copeland hit a Flapjack on Black and caught him with a boot kick onto the cage. Black went for a Powerbomb on Copeland, but Copeland responded by grabbing barbed wire and smashing Black’s head with the barbed wire and hitting a diving shoulder tackle. Black tried to return the favor and slam Copeland’s head into the barbed wired, but Copeland evaded and slammed Black’s back into the cage before hitting a Liger Bomb for a near fall. Copeland went for a boot wash, but Black responded with an elbow strike before he ate an Impaler DDT from Copeland. Black then got up and tossed Copeland with a Catapult in the corner before slamming Copeland’s head into the barbed wire.

Black then continued to attack Copeland’s open wound before hitting a vicious Roundhouse Kick. Black then grabbed a barbed wire bat and scrubbed the barbed wire on Copeland’s head. Black then put a chair under Copeland’s head before attempting to smash Copeland’s head, but Copeland evaded and took the barbed wire bat from Black, striking Black in the abdomen and hitting him with the bat on the head, leading to Copeland scrubbing Malakai’s head with the barbed wire on the bat. Copeland then put Black on the table before climbing the cage, but Black got up and kicked Copeland’s legs to send him crashing into the top rope. Black met Copeland on the top rope before Black hit a Sunset Bomb off the top rope through the table for a near fall.

Black then went for the Black Mass, but Copeland immediately caught him with a Spear for a near fall. Copeland then caught Black with a stalling Piledriver before placing Black on a table and wrapping in on the table with barbed wire. Copeland then climbed to the top of the cage before hitting a Diving Elbow Drop off the top of the cage onto Black for a near fall only. Copeland got Black back up and went for another Spear, but Black caught him with the Black Mass for only a near fall after not being able to get the pin instantly. Black then got a barbed-wired Spool and tried to stab Copeland with it, but Copeland evaded it. Black then got Copeland on the apron and booted him out of the cage to send him crashing to the floor. Black then tried to chase Copeland outside, but Copeland caught him with a spear on the floor.

Brody King & Buddy Matthews appeared and joined Black for a second but then got next to Copeland. That brief interaction was a rouse, as this led to King catching Copeland with a vicious lariat. King & Matthews got in the cage and continued to attack Copeland and wrapped him in barbed wire before Black put a necklace with Copeland’s wedding ring. Black was going for a Black Mass, but the lights went out. When the lights came back, something attacked King from out of nowhere. That something was revealed to be none other than Gangrel. Gangrel cleaned house and laid out Matthews & King. After Black caught Gangrel with the Black Mass, Copeland caught Black with a spear before locking in a barbed-wired version of The Crossface to make Black pass out for the win.

Winner & Still TNT Champion: Adam Copeland.

- Lexy Nair interviewed Don Callis backstage, where he revealed that he would present a contract for the Don Callis Family on the 5/29 edition of AEW Dynamite.

TBS Championship Match: Willow Nightingale (c) (w/ Kris Statlander & Stokely Hathaway) vs. Mercedes Mone.

The match immediately began with Willow storming at Mone’s corner, but Mone wrapped herself on the ropes. Mone rolled out of the ring. Willow chased One from outside of the ring, but this was Mone baiting Willow into the ring before catching her with multiple arm-drags and a wheelbarrow arm drag. Mone then went for a walk rope Arm drag on Willow, but Willow blocked it and got Mone into the corner before catching her with a vicious chop. Willow then went for a crossbody on Mone, but Mone evaded to send Willow crashing to the outside. Mone then went for a dropkick through the ropes, but Willow caught her and hit a Doctor Bomb on Mercedes onto the apron.

Back in the ring, Willow hit Mone with a Stalling Suplex for a near fall. Mone hit an elbow strike on Willow before trying to leap over Willow, but Willow caught her before folding Mone with a vicious German Suplex before getting Mone on the top rope. Mone evaded and sent Willow crashing into the middle rope before clipping Willow’s leg with the middle rope. Mone followed up by hitting a Chop block before locking in a leg lock and hitting a Meteora on Willow for a near fall. Mone then locked in a leg lock on Willow. Willow evaded the hold, but Mone caught Willow with a Crucifix into a Heel Hook. Willow tried to break out of the hold with a series of strikes, but Mone caught Willow with a DDT on Willow’s injured ankle before hitting a Dragon Screw and locking in a Cravat Ankle Lock on Willow, but Willow reversed it by slamming One’s face into the mat.

Willow got back up, but Mone caught her with a backstabber for a near fall. Mone went for the Mone Maker, but Willow evaded and tried to send Mone into the ropes, but Mone locked in the Octopus Hold on Willow. Willow managed to escape the hold before locking in an Ankle Lock on Mone, but Mone tossed Willow into the middle turnbuckle. Mone went for a running move, but Willow caught Mone with a vicious POUNCE to send her crashing across the ring. Willow hit a seton in the corner on Mone before hitting a series of corner lariats, but Mone responded with a slap and went for a top rope move, but Willow caught her into a Spinebuster for a near fall. Mercedes went for a Hurricanrana, but Willow rolled over and hit a One-Hand Powerbomb followed by a Fisherman’s Suplex on Mone for a near fall.

Willow got Mone on the top rope and one for a Superplex, but Mone slipped under Willow before hitting a Powerbomb for a near fall, which Mone immediately followed up by locking in a modified Figure Four before Willow got a rope break. Mone went for a Top Rope Meteora, but Willow evaded before chopping One’s injured leg and hitting a vicious Back Drop Driver on Mine’s leg. Willow then locked in the Prism Lock before tossing her across the ring and slamming her into the corner with a DVD onto the corner. Willow went for a Cannonball on Mone, but Mone evaded to send Willow crashing into the corner before attacking Willow’s leg and hitting a Meteora on Willow for a near fall. Mone then sent Willow out of the ring before catching Willow with a Meteora on the outside. Mone then pushed Statlander at ringside, leading the referee to confront Hathaway & Statlander. Willow then hit a Doctor Bomb on Mone and went for the pin, but only got a near fall thanks to Hathaway distracting the referee. Willow went for another Doctor Bomb, but Mone evaded and locked the Bank Statement on Willow, but Willow got a rope break. Mone then slammed Willow into the corner before hitting the Mone Maker for the pinfall win, winning the TBS Title in her debut match.

Winner & New TBS Champion: Mercedes Mone.

- Kris Statlander slammed Willow onto the ramp after the match before throwing her the friendship bracelet.

AEW World Heavyweight Championship Match: Swerve Strickland (c) (w/ Prince Nana) vs. Christian Cage (w/ Nick Wayne, Killswitch & Mother Wayne).

Swerve & Cage locked up to begin the match before Cage backed Swerve in the corner. The two locked up again before Swerve returned the favor and backed Cage in the corner before making Cage flinch. Cage then hit a gut kick, but Swerve responded with a series of jabs before locking in a headlock on Cage, holding a tight grip on the hold. Cage attacked Swerve’s abdomen to break the hold, but Swerve responded with a shoulder tackle and stomping Cage’s back. Swerve went for the Rolling Suplex, but Cage reversed it with a Reversed DDT. Cage went for a Diving Headbutt, but Swerve evaded and locked in an elbow lock on Cage before Cage got to the ropes and rolled out of the ring. Swerve got on the apron and hit a pump kick from the apron on Cage before going for a dive on Cage, but Cage evaded to send Swerve crashing into the barricade.

Cage then threw Swerve on the barricade before slamming his head into the apron and hitting a series of chops on Swerve. Back in the ring, Cage flexed his muscles for the camera before choking Swerve on the middle rope with his feet. Cage then hit a Snap-mare before raking Swerve’s eyes and nose, which was followed by locking in a neck vice. Swerve broke the hold and hit a chop on Swerve, but Cage responded with a Diving Tornado DDT before hitting a Frog Splash for a near fall. Nick Wayne attacked Swerve while the referee was distracted, which allowed Cage to maintain control of the bout. Cage then went for a Hammerthrow on Swerve, but Swerve reversed and tossed Cage into the corner. Cage & Swerve climbed to the top rope, but Cage reversed it with a Sunset Bomb. Cage then went for a Spear, but Swerve caught him and transitioned from a Powerbomb position into a Powerslam on Cage for a near fall.

Swerve then hit a kick on Cage before catching Cage with a Diving Uppercut on Cage’s neck, which he followed by Hitting the Gritty. Swerve then pulled Cage from the turtleneck before hitting two neck breakers and hitting a Reversed Stunner on Cage while blinding Cage with his turtleneck. Cage did not know his position, which Swerve took advantage by hitting a Pele Kick off a Fosbury Flop Dive on Cage to the outside, which Swerve followed by hitting a Diving Crossbody on Cage for a near fall. Swerve went for another move, but Cage caught him and Locked in the Sharpshooter on Swerve. Swerve broke the hold and hit a series of strikes before getting an Inside Cradle on Cage for a near fall, but the two collapsed by punching each other.

Mother Wayne grabbed the AEW World Title, but she tossed it to Prince Nana. The referee only saw Nana with the title before ejecting Nana from the match. This allowed Killswitch & Wayne to attack Swerve at ringside before tossing him to the ring, which Cage followed by getting a pin for a near fall. The distraction strategy from The Patriarchy briefly backfired as Swerve took out Wayne & Killswitch, but Cage caught Swerve with a spear for a near fall. Cage tried to get Killswitch to attack Swerve, but referee Paul Turner caught them and kicked out the entire Patriarchy from the match.

After all of that, Swerve hit a gut kick on Cage before hitting a Rolling Flatliner for a near fall, which Swerve followed up by rolling himself & Cage out of the ring before hitting a Superplex on Cage on the ringside floor. Swerve grabbed the stairs and caught Cage on the apron when Cage was trying to get back in the ring. Cage went for a powerbomb on Swerve on the stairs, but Swerve responded by hitting a Double Stomp on Cage onto the apron. Swerve got back in the ring and went for a move on Cage, but Cage evaded to send Swerve crashing into the stairs. Nick Wayne appeared from out of nowhere and hit the Cutter on Swerve before sending him back in the ring and allowing Cage to hit the Killswitch on Swerve for only a near fall. As Prince Nana chased Wayne from the arena with a giant lead pipe, Swerve hit a Cave-In on Cage onto the Spanish Announce Table.

Back in the ring, Swerve evaded the Killswitch from Cage, but Cage got Swerve and slammed his neck into the top rope. Cage went for a Spear, but Swerve caught him with a House Call mid-air before hitting another Swerve Stomp. Swerve then ended proceedings by hitting a House Call on Cage for the win. Strickland then celebrated with Floyd “Money” Mayweather at ringside after the match.

Winner & Still AEW World Champion: Swerve Strickland.

Anarchy In The Arena Match: The Elite (Kazuchika Okada, Jack Perry, Matt Jackson & Nick Jackson) vs. Team AEW (Darby Allin, Bryan Danielson, Dax Harwood & Cash Wheeler).

The match began with Team AEW immediately attacking The Elite at ringside as Darby Allin’s theme was playing in the arena. Darby Allin tried to headbutt anyone in his sight because he was wearing a mask with thumbtacks. Matthew Jackson then demanded to stop the music and play their theme music, but he was immediately attacked by Bryan Danielson. Danielson demanded to “turn that shit off” before asking to play the greatest theme ever, which ended up being “The Final Countdown” by Europe. Team AEW & The Elite brawled from across the arena. Dax attacked Matt Jackson in the mini bar before drinking two shots at the same time and tossing a trash can onto Matthew. Danielson & Okada brawled in the crowd before demanding the crowd to chant the chorus of the song. The start of the match was full-on chaos before Matthew Jackson demanded the crowd to cut the music because of how expensive that song was to play.

Meanwhile, Jack Perry & Darby Allin brawled backstage while Bryan Danielson & FTR brawled with The Young Bucks & Okada on ringside. Okada held up a “Rainmaker Blvd” sign before hitting a running crossbody on Danielson from ringside into the crowd area. Meanwhile, backstage, Allin tossed Perry into a water pool full of ice, but Perry got back up and got a lead pip before swinging it on Allin’s ribs. Perry then choked out Allin with the pipe before he departed ringside. Back in the ring. The Young Bucks hit a Shatter Machine on a bloody Harwood for a near fall. Okada & The Young Bucks tried to attack Danielson in the corner, but they caught Okada instead. Danielson went for a Tope Suicida on Okada, but Okada responded by tossing a chair onto Danielson’s head. Meanwhile, backstage, Perry ran over a pile of trash with the Scapegoat Van, but it was not shown if Allin was in the pile of trash.

Back in the ring, Dax & Cash hit an Assisted Piledriver on Nicholas Jackson before hitting Power & Glory on Matthew Jackson for a near fall. Okada came back to the ring and cleaned house by attacking both Dax & Cash before hitting an elbow drop on Dax. Okada then showed the middle finger to the crowd, but Cash Wheeler bit his finger before he ate a dropkick & a Tombstone Piledriver.

Darby Allin then reappeared on the ring and immediately went after Okada, but Okada stomped on Allin’s broken ankle. Allin racked Okada’s eyes before hitting a Code Red for a near fall. Allin went for a Tope on Okada to the outside, but The Young Bucks caught him and hit a Double Powerbomb onto a stack of chairs before placing him on the Cody Vapor and sending him down. Bryan Danielson appeared back there with a bloody head to attack The Young Bucks, but Matthew Jackson neutralized him before tossing Danielson into one of the stage poker chips. The Young Bucks then got Danielson up and hit the TK Driver on Danielson onto a poker chip. Nicholas Jackson then hit a Back Drop Driver on Wheeler onto a Poker Chip, but Harwood responded by hitting a DDT on Matthew Jackson onto the Poker Chip too. Wheeler laid out Matthew Jackson before getting a table from the stage, but Okada attacked Wheeler and hit a DDT on the stage.

Okada then placed Wheeler on the table before he went and hit an Elbow Drop on Dax off the stage, to which Nicholas Jackson responded by hitting a Swanton Bomb off the stage tunnels onto Wheeler on the table. Perry got Tony Khan from the production seat and tried to attack him, but Allin reappeared and set Perry on fire with a goddamn flamethrower, but The Jackson brothers put the fire out with a fire extinguisher. Back in the ring, The Young Bucks tried to lay Allin out, but Allin evaded them and tossed Matthew out of the ring before hitting a low blow on Okada and hitting a Coffin Drop to try and get the pin, but The Young Bucks broke the pin. The Young Bucks then laid out Allin with a trash can lid. The Jackson Brothers and Okada tried to hang Allin from his legs, but FTR made the save before hitting Matthew Jackson with a Shatter Machine for a near fall, thanks to Okada breaking the pin. Harwood tried to make the save, but Matthew Jackson hit Dax with an exploding steel chair before Okada hit Wheeler with a barbed-wired Rainmaker. The Young Bucks put on a barbed-wired Reebok Pump before hitting a Double Superkick on Allin while he was hanging upside down.

Danielson came to the ring and hit a Busaiku Knee on Okada before spiking Matthew & Nicholas Jackson with the barbed-wired Reebok Pump. Danielson then hit a series of Yes Kicks before stomping Matthew Jackson’s head in before hitting a chair-assisted Busaiku Knee on Nicholas Jackson for a near fall. Okada then got up and hit the Rainmaker on Danielson, which The Jacksons followed up by hitting the EVP Trigger. Danielson tried to pull Allin from the spot he was on, but Jack Perry appeared and hit a Busaiku Knee on Danielson for the pinfall win. The Elite stood tall to end the broadcast.

Winners: The Elite (Kazuchika Okada, Jack Perry, Matt Jackson & Nick Jackson).

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