AEW Revolution (3/3/2024) Results: Sting's Last Match Headlines, Samoa Joe Defends AEW Title, More

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Match Card.

  • Kris Statlander & Willow Nightingale vs. Julia Hart & Skye Blue.
  • Bang Bang Scissor Gang (Jay White, Anthony Bowens, Max Caster, Billy Gunn, Austin Gunn & Colten Gunn) vs. Jeff Jarrett, Satnam Singh, Jay Lethal, Willie Mack & Private Party (Isiah Kassidy & Marq Quen) (w/ Karen Jarrett, Sonjay Dutt & Cheesecake).
  • AEW World Championship Match: Samoa Joe (c) vs. Hangman Page vs. Swerve Strickland.
  • AEW International Championship Match: Orange Cassidy (c) vs. Roderick Strong.
  • AEW Women's World Championship Match: Toni Storm (c) vs. Deonna Purrazzo.
  • AEW Continental Crown Championship Match: Eddie Kingston (c) vs. Bryan Danielson.
  • Will Ospreay vs. Konosuke Takeshita (w/ Don Callis)
  • All-Star Scramble: Chris Jericho vs. Wardlow vs. Powerhouse Hobbs vs. Lance Archer vs. Hook vs. Brian Cage vs. Magnus vs. Dante Martin.
  • Blackpool Combat Club (Jon Moxley & Claudio Castagnoli) vs. FTR (Dax Harwood & Cash Wheeler).
  • AEW World Tag Team Championship - Tornado Tag Match: Sting & Darby Allin (c) vs. The Young Bucks (Matthew Jackson & Nicholas Jackson).

Zero Hour

  • Renee Paquette & RJ City previewed the card for the show.
  • Excalibur & Nigel McGuiness welcomed the audience to the in-ring action before transitioning into the opening contest of the Zero Hour.
  • Bang Bang Scissor Gang (Jay White, Anthony Bowens, Max Caster, Billy Gunn, Austin Gunn & Colten Gunn) def. Jeff Jarrett, Satnam Singh, Jay Lethal, Willie Mack & Private Party (Isiah Kassidy & Marq Quen) (w/ Karen Jarrett, Sonjay Dutt & Cheesecake).
    • After the match, Jay White cut a promo for the crowd, where he called Bang Bang Scissor Gang the best faction in all of AEW and promised to take care of business in AEW Big Business.
  • Orange Cassidy & CHAOS (Trent Barretta, Chuck Taylor & Rocky Romero) were interviewed backstage by Lexy Nair & Doc Samson, where Cassidy asked CHAOS to stay at the back because he did not want his friends getting injured again.
  • There was a video vignette of "The Bastard" PAC, where he said that he would be back very soon.
  • Kris Statlander & Willow Nightingale (w/ Stokely Hathaway) def. Julia Hart & Skye Blue.

Main Card.

Tony Schiavone, Nigel McGuiness & Excalibur welcomed the audience to the broadcast before transitioning into the opening match.

AEW TNT Championship Match.

Christian Cage (c) vs. Daniel Garcia.

Cage & Garcia locked horns to open the contest before leaning Garcia into the ropes. The two locked up again before Cage got Garcia in a Choke, but Garcia got out of it and hit a shoulder tackle on Cage. After talking strategy with The Patriarchy, Cage got Garcia with a lock up once again. Cage got a headlock on Garcia before Garcia tripped Cage on his ankle. The referee checked on Cage for an injury, but it was a set up from Cage, who poked Garcia in the eye before slinging his neck on the top rope.

Cage continued to maintain control of the bout before hitting a neck breaker on Garcia for a near fall. Cage locked in a submission on Garcia, but Garcia got out of the hold and laid in the punches on Cage in the corner. Cage pushed Garcia to the outside of the ring before climbing off the top rope and hitting a crossbody on Garcia to the outside. Back in the ring, Cage went for the Killswitch, but Garcia evaded before hitting a chop block. Garcia started to concentrate on Cage’s ankle before going for an ankle lock, but Cage evaded and tossed Garcia out of the ring. Garcia tried to get back in, but Cage pushed Garcia off the apron before slinging his neck on the top rope once again. Garcia got back on the apron and hit a series of punches on Cage before hitting a Busaiku Knee on Cage.

Garcia hit a series of punches on Cage in the corner before hitting an Avalanche Dragon Screw on Cage.

Garcia continued dominating the match proceedings by tossing Cage through the stairs. Back in the ring, Cage got back up and regained some offense before going for a diving headbutt, but Garcia evaded and got an ankle lock before hitting a backdrop driver for a near fall. Cage distracted the referee, allowing Killswitch to hit a choke slam before Cage hit a Splash for a near fall. Matt Menard attacked Killswitch, and Garcia hit a Piledriver on Cage for a near fall. After Garcia got a near fall on Cage, Nick Wayne hit a Cutter on Garcia, allowing Cage to hit Garcia with the Killswitch for the pinfall win.

Winner & Still TNT Champion: Christian Cage.

AEW Continental Crown Championship Match.

Eddie Kingston (c) vs. Bryan Danielson.

The two analyzed each other’s movements to begin the match before Danielson kicked Kingston in the thigh, Danielson went for another leg kick, but Kingston blocked it and backed Danielson into the corner. Kingston went for a chop, but Danielson evaded and caught Kingston in a Fireman’s Carry Takeover. Kingston laid in kicks on Danielson’s back before firing away with the chops on Danielson’s chest. Danielson intercepted one of Kingston’s chops, but Kingston responded with a headbutt, a Back drop driver and a Tope Suicida on Danielson. Kingston & Danielson got on the apron Kingston hit a series of chops, but Danielson evaded the final one before hitting. Suplex on Kingston off the apron to the floor.

Back in the ring, Danielson targeted Kingston’s arm by stomping the shoulder and hitting a dropkick on Kingston’s injured shoulder. Danielson continued to target Kingston’s right arm before going for a dive, but Kingston caught him and hit an Exploder Suplex on Danielson. Kingston hit another chop before hitting a DDT and locking in the Stretch Plum on Danielson, but Danielson broke out of it. Danielson went for an arm hold on Kingston, but Kingston evaded and hit a series of Anvil Elbows on Kingston. Danielson evaded Kingston’s grasp before firing away with the running dropkicks on Kingston on the corner. Danielson kicked Kingston’s back before hitting a Dragon Suplex for a near fall.

Danielson got Kingston in the corner and hit a series of chops and kicks before hitting Kingston with an Avalanche Butterfly Suplex, quickly transitioning into the Modified LeBelle Lock but Kingston was able to get a rope break. Danielson responded by hitting a series of Anvil Elbows before going for a shoulder capture, but Kingston evaded and hit a series of elbows, a Back Fist, and the Northern Lights Bomb for a near fall. Danielson evaded Kingston’s powerbomb, but Kingston responded with the Back Fist. Danielson got back up and kicked Kingston’s arm before hitting the Busaiku Knee to get the pin, but Kingston kicked out at two.

Danielson hit the Yes Stomps on Kingston before locking in the Triangle Choke. Kingston started to fade from the choke, but he was able to break the hold with a rope break. Danielson started to kick Kingston in the chest before going for a roundhouse, but Kingston blocked it before Kingston & Danielson exchanged Half-Dragon Suplexes. Kingston tried to hit body shots on Kingston, but Kingston responded with a series of strikes and a slap. Danielson hit two vicious slaps, but Kingston responded with a series of back fists. Kingston went for the Kawada Bomb, but Danielson reversed it with a backdrop. Danielson went for another Busaiku Knee, but Kingston responded with a lariat before hitting the Kawada Bomb for the win.

After some teasing from Danielson, Danielson finally shook Kingston's hand as agreed upon.

Winner & Still AEW Continental Crown Champion: Eddie Kingston.

All-Star Scramble.

Chris Jericho vs. Wardlow (w/ Adam Cole, Mike Bennett & Matt Taven) vs. Powerhouse Hobbs vs. Lance Archer (w/ Jake "The Snake" Roberts) vs. HOOK vs. Brian Cage (w/ Prince Nana) vs. Magnus vs. Dante Martin.

The match started in all-out chaos, as everyone brawled with each other before Archer tossed Magnus to the outside and Cage tossed HOOK onto Jericho on the outside. The four biggest dudes (Hobbs, Wardlow, Archer & Cage) were in the ring as they collided with shoulder tackles as the crowd chanted “MEAT”. Cage & Archer exchanged kicks while Wardlow tossed Hobbs with a lariat to the outside. Archer & Wardlow exchanged punches before Archer hit a back elbow and the “Old School” Moonsault on Wardlow. Archer went for another Old School on Hobbs, but Hobbs caught him with a Spinebuster. Cage hit a DVD on Archer, but Wardlow responded with a Hurricanrana. Jericho hit a code breaker on Wardlow, leading to HOOK, Martin & Magnus to get in the ring. Jericho hit a splash on Hobbs to the outside, leading to Martin to hit a Tope on Wardlow. After Magnus hit a Tornillo on Archer, HOOK hit a Sledge on Cage to the outside.

Back in the ring, everyone laid out their Superplexes before Martin hit Cage with a Splash for a near fall. Jericho went for Martin, but Martin evaded and hit a toss on Cage before hitting a splash onto the rest of the competitors on the outside. Magnus hit a 619 on Martin before hitting a Rolling Cutter on Martin for a near fall, which he followed with a backbreaker. Magnus caught Martin with a lariat in the corner and hit a Meteora, but Archer caught Magnus with an Avalanche Hip Toss on Magnus before hitting a Chokeslam for a near fall. Archer went for the Blackout on Magnus, but Jericho stopped him before he & Magnus hit a Double Suplex and a Double Lionsault on Archer for a near fall.

Hobbs came back in and attacked Magnus & Jericho before hitting a lariat and a Running Powerslam on Archer, followed by a Snap-Slam on Martin for a near fall. Cage hit a German Suplex on Hobbs, but he was confronted by HOOK. HOOK went for a T-Bone, but Cage caught him with a lariat. Wardlow came to the ring started firing away with German Suplexes on everyone in sight before going for a power bomb on Cage, but HOOK attacked him from behind by locking in the Redrum. Jericho came back tot he ring and locked Wardlow with a Boston Crab on Wardlow while he was on the redraw, but Cage broke the hold. After HOOK hit a German Suplex on Cage, Jericho & HOOK exchanged strikes before HOOK hit a Northern Light Suplex on Jericho for a near fall. Hobbs tried to interfere, but Jericho laid Hobbs out with a springboard dropkick.

Hobbs & Jericho brawled on the outside before Jericho fired the fog machine on Hobbs. After Cage hit the F5 on HOOK, Wardlow came back and hit a headbutt and a rebound lariat on Cage. Cage hit a Powerbomb on Cage, but Dante got him in a pin for a near fall. Martin hit the Full-Nelson Slam on Magnus before hitting the Nose Dive on Archer, but Archer kicked out. Martin went for a dive, but Wardlow just tossed him out of the way before clotheslining Archer to the outside. HOOK tried to interfere, but Wardlow caught him with a Swinging Lariat. Wardlow was all on his own before he hit Martin with the Last Ride Powerbomb for the win.

Winner: Wardlow.

AEW International Championship Match.

Orange Cassidy (c) vs. Roderick Strong.

The match began with Strong going for the sick kick, but Cassidy evaded and got a pin on Strong for a near fall. Strong grabbed Cassidy by the pockets and slammed him with a backbreaker and a chop. Strong continued to attack Cassidy on the outside before slamming him with a backdrop driver onto the barricade. Cassidy got out of Strong’s grasp before hitting a tope suicida on Strong to the outside and a crossbody on Strong inside in the ring. Cassidy tried to run the ropes, but Strong pulled him back and slammed Cassidy to the mat before hitting five vicious backbreakers on Cassidy for a near fall.

Strong backed Cassidy in the corner and hit a vicious chop on Cassidy in the corner before hitting another one and slamming him into the opposite corner with a vicious Irish Whip. Cassidy slammed Strong’s head into the top turnbuckle repeatedly before climbing to the top rope, but Strong caught him and drove Cassidy onto the top corner with a Gut Wrench right on Cassidy’s back. Strong hit the taunt kicks on Cassidy before catching him with two vicious chops on Cassidy before he collapsed.

Cassidy got back up and went for a Tornado DDT, but Strong responded with a vicious gut buster. Cassidy hit the Stundog Millionaire, but Strong quickly responded with a Uranage Backbreaker before locking In the Stronghold on Cassidy. Cassidy got a rope break, but Strong responded with. Deadweight backbreaker and locked in he Strong Hold. Cassidy escaped the hold and hit a Tornado DDT on Strong before hitting. Diving DDT on Strong for a near fall. Cassidy hit the Taunt Kicks on Strong before stomping away at The Messiah of The Back Breaker.

Cassidy climbed to the top rope and hit the Panama Sunrise on Strong, but Strong kicked out at two. Cassidy went for the Orange Punch, but Strong caught him with a backbreaker. Strong went for the Sick Kick, but Cassidy caught him with an Orange Punch before hitting the Beach Break on Strong to get the pin, but Strong broke the pin with a rope break. Strong hit another vicious Knee Strike before hitting the End of Heartache for the win, becoming the new AEW International Champion.

Winner & New AEW International Champion: Roderick Strong.

After the match, Kyle O’Reilly appeared in the ring and confronted Roderick Strong. Strong & O’Reilly embraced after the match before Taven & Bennett gifted O’Reilly a t-shirt. Instead, O’Reilly gifted the shirt back to Strong and left the ring.

Blackpool Combat Club (Jon Moxley & Claudio Castagnoli) vs. FTR (Dax Harwood & Cash Wheeler).

The match began with Dax & Claudio running the ropes before locking in Inside Cradles on each other for a near fall. Claudio & Dax continued to exchange pins before they had a staredown. Dax hit two chops on Claudio before going for a Suplex, but Claudio backed Dax to the corner. Dax & Claudio exchanged vicious slaps before Dax backed to the corner. Dax & Claudio exchanged chops & uppercuts before Claudio hit a swinging uppercut on Dax, leading to Moxley & Cash proceeding to tag in.

Wheeler hit a shoulder tackle on Moxley before locking in a headlock on Moxley, but Moxley backed Wheeler in the corner and fired away with chops, but Wheeler responded with a backdrop & a dropkick for a near fall. FTR double-teamed Moxley in the corner before Dax hit a vicious chop on Moxley. Claudio tagged back in and regained control of the match, but Dax responded with a knee strike and a Russian Leg Sweep. FTR hit a drop toe-hold/ elbow drop combo on Claudio before Wheeler fired away with chops on Claudio in the corner, but Claudio responded by dumping Wheeler to the outside.

Moxley tagged in and slammed Wheeler into the barricade before tossing him to the floor once again. Claudio tagged back in and hit a Gut Wrench on Wheeler to get a near fall. Wheeler hit a backdrop on Claudio, but Moxley tagged back in and locked in a Guillotine Choke before transitioning into a leg scissor/ headlock combo. BCC continued to take over the bout by neutralizing Wheeler to stop him from tagging in Harwood.

After many attempts, Dax tagged back and came in like a house on fire on BCC, hitting a lariat on Moxley and a crossbody on Claudio. As Claudio tossed Dax to the ring post (busting him open in the process), Wheeler tagged back in, but Moxley caught him with a jab before Claudio hit a lariat for a near fall. FTR went for a Doomsday Powerbomb on Claudio, but Claudio caught mid-air and slammed him with a powerslam before he & Moxley hit an Assisted Air-Raid Crash for a near fall on Dax. Dax & Moxley exchanged strikes before Dax hit a Pop-Up Powerbomb for a near fall. Dax got Moxley in a backslide before he & Cash spiked Moxley with the Spike Piledriver for a near fall.

Moxley got Dax on his shoulders before he & Claudio hit Dax with a Doomsday Uppercut to get the pin on Dax, but Cash broke the pin with a splash.

FTR went for the Shatter Machine on Claudio, but Claudio blocked before he & Moxley hit the Giant Swing/ dropkick combo on Dax for a near fall. Moxley licked the blood off Dax’s head before going for a suplex, but Dax & Cash caught him and hit the Bulldog/ Powerbomb combo. Wheeler went for a dive on Claudio to the outside, but Claudio caught him mid-air with an uppercut before hitting a Neutralizer on Cash, but Dax caught him with a Piledriver. Dax & Moxley exchanged multiple holds, but Moxley responded with the Death Rider for a near fall. Dax quickly reversed the DDT with a pin, but Moxley reversed it with the Bulldog Choke. Claudio stopped Wheeler from breaking the hold, leading to Dax tapping out.

Winners: The Blackpool Combat Club (Jon Moxley & Claudio Castagnoli).

AEW Women's World Championship Match.

Toni Storm (c) (w/ Mariah May & Luther) vs. Deonna Purrazzo.

Storm hit a takedown on Purrazzo to begin the match. Purrazzo got a Greco-Roman Lock up with Storm before Purrazzo hit a takedown of her own on Storm. The two exchanged wrist locks before Purrrazzo got a headlock takeover on Storm. Purrazzo & Storm got another Greco-Roman Lock up before Purrazzo got the head scissor hold on Storm. Storm left the hold and went for a headlock, but Purrazzo reversed it with a wrist lock. Purrazzo evaded Storm and went for the Fujiwara Arm Bar on Storm, but Storm immediately got a rope break.

Storm & Purrazzo exchanged strikes before Purrazzo hit a toe kick and a lariat on Storm. Luther tried to calm Storm down, but this allowed Purrazzo to hit a dropkick on Storm to the outside. Back in the ring, Storm backed Purrazzo in the corner with a series of strikes before hitting a kick on Purrazzo’s inner thigh and getting a pin on Deonna for a near fall. Storm got Purrazzo in an Inverted S-Grip on Purrazzo before stomping her stomach and hitting an uppercut. Storm went for a Suplex, but Purrazzo reversed it with an inside cradle before Storm caught her with a lariat.

Storm hit a series of taunt kicks, but Purrazzo responded with a vicious slap before firing away with forearm strikes and hitting two lariats, a toe kick, a running knee lift, a Russian Leg Sweep, and a Fujiwara Arm Bar on Storm. Storm rolled over the hold, but Purrazzo caught her flush with a vicious boot kick before hitting the Blade Runner for a near fall. Storm tripped Purrazzo in the corner before hitting a vicious Hip Attack & a DDT on Purrazzo for a near fall. Storm went for a Piledriver, but Purrazzo reversed it with a Jack-Knife Pin for a near fall.

Storm got Purrazzo and locked in the Ankle Lock on Deonna, but Deonna rolled out of the ring. Storm was caught by Luther, but Purrazzo responded with a splash to the outside. Purrazzo hit La Mistica on Storm before locking in the Venus Di Milo. Luther distracted the referee, leading Mariah May to distract Purazzo. This allowed Storm to catch Purrazzo with Storm Zero for the win.

Winner & Still AEW Women’s Champion: Toni Storm.

Will Osprey vs. Konosuke Takeshita.

The match began with Osprey getting a wrist lock on Takeshita before getting a headlock on Takeshita. Ospreay slapped Takeshita twice before running the ropes and hitting a Hurricanrana on Takeshita. Ospreay hit two vicious chops on Takeshita, but Takeshita walked it off before hitting a Diving Lariat on Ospreay. Ospreay was tossed with a Bandera by Takeshita before catching him with an elbow strike and a Delayed Superplex off the top rope on Ospreay for a near fall. Takeshita got a headlock on Ospreay before hitting the Green Bay Plunge and a Diving Senton on Ospreay for a near fall.

Takeshita got Ospreay in a Reverse DDT position before hitting him with a forearm strike, but Ospreay responded with two vicious chops and an Abdominal Stretch on Takeshita. Takeshita reversed it with a hip toss, but Ospreay responded with the Phenomenal Forearm on Takeshita before hitting the Corkscrew Kick. Takeshita rolled out of the ring, but Ospreay caught him with a Crossbody to the outside. Back in the ring, Ospreay hit a Back Drop Driver on Takeshita for a near fall.

Ospreay got Takeshita and hit the Kawada Kicks before hitting a chop, but Takeshita responded with an F5 and a running kick to send Ospreay to the outside before Takeshita hit a Tope Con Giro on Ospreay to the outside. Takeshita went for another seton, but Ospreay blocked it with his knees. Ospreay went for the Sky Twister, but Takeshita evaded before hitting a German Suplex for a near fall.

Ospreay caught Takeshita with an enziguri kick, but Takeshita responded with a German Suplex; however, Ospreay popped back up and hit a Spanish Fly on Takeshita. Takeshita & Ospreay exchanged forearm strikes, but Ospreay responded with a thrust kick and an elbow strike. Ospreay hit a forearm strike before hitting a Rolling Elbow on Takeshita, which left the former DDT Champion dizzy.

Takeshita got Ospreay’s boot and caught him with a vicious forearm strike. Ospreay survived another forearm strike before hitting the Kawada Kicks on Takeshita, but Takeshita responded with a vicious, nasty, and disgusting forearm. After multiple Powerbomb Reversals, Ospreay caught Takeshita with a Tiger Driver 97 before going for the Os-Cutter, but Takeshita caught him with a Blue Thunder Bomb for a near fall.

Takeshita went for the Chaos Theory, but Ospreay evaded that and a lariat attempt before hitting the Os-Cutter on Takeshita for a near fall. Ospreay went for the Hidden Blade, but Takeshita caught him with a vicious forearm strike before going for a pin, but Ospreay barely kicked out. Ospreay got on the top rope, but Takeshita caught him with a headbutt on the midsection. Ospreay evaded and hit the Cheeky Nandos Kick. Ospreay went for a Frankensteiner on Takeshita, but Takeshita kept his position before hitting a vicious Turnbuckle Brainbuster and a Knee Strike for a near fall.

Takeshita went for the Kamigoye, but Ospreay blocked it before hitting a Stundog Millionaire & a Poison Rana. Ospreay went for the Storm Breaker but Takeshita escaped and hit the Strong Zero followed by the German Suplex; however, Ospreay got back up and hit the Front Blade on Takeshita to get the pin, but Takeshita kicked out at one. Takeshita went once again for the Jumping Knee, but Ospreay caught him with a Liger Bomb and a Styles Clash for a near fall. Ospreay was insulted by this and hit a vicious Tiger Driver 91 before connecting the Hidden Blade for the pinfall win.

Don Callis & Kyle Fletcher joined ringside after the match, with Fletcher & Ospreay embracing after the match.

Winner: Will Ospreay.

AEW World Championship Match.

Samoa Joe (c) vs. Hangman Page vs. Swerve Strickland (w/ Prince Nana).

The match began with Swerve & Page arguing with each other, but Joe caught them with a double headbutt before hitting an enziguri kick on Page. Swerve went for a spinning kick on Joe, but Joe walked it off before hitting a Tope Suicida on Swerve to the outside. Page went for a Tope of his own, but Joe caught him with a kick. Back in the ring, Joe got Page cornered and hit a vicious chop on Page in

Joe got pushed out of the ring by Page & Swerve, leading to the two foes brawling. Page hit a Toss on Swerve, but Swerve popped back up and hit a boot wash on Page.

Swerve hit the Tijeras on Page before hitting a diving Uppercut on Page followed by hitting the Griddy. Swerve then proceeded to hit a diving Uppercut on Joe to the outside before hitting the greedy. Swerve got back in the ring and hit a slingshot Sick Kick on Page for a near fall.

Page hit a Belly to Belly on Swerve, but Joe broke up the pin and started firing away with punches on The Hangman before catching him with a boot wash. Joe hit a powerbomb on Page before locking in an STF, which he quickly transitioned into a Crossface before Swerve broke the hold. Joe & Swerve exchanged forearm strikes, but Joe responded with a jab. Joe got Swerve on the top rope before going for a Superplex but hit a headbutt to send Swerve crashing to the outside. Page & Swerve tried to powerbomb Joe, but Joe took them down. Instead, Page & Swerve teamed up and hit a double powerbomb on Joe.

After that powerbomb, Page & Swerve locked eyes before firing away with strikes before Page hit a vicious back lariat on Swerve. Swerve went for a pin on Page, but Joe broke the pin. Swerve tossed Joe out of the ring before catching him with a bootkick from the apron. Page got Swerve back up and went for a Tombstone, but Swerve rolled over. Page popped back up and dove with a Moonsault before hitting a Tombstone on Swerve for a pin, but Joe cut the pin. Joe went for a Uranage on Page, but Page reversed it with an Arm Drag and hit a boot wash on Joe.

Page went for the Deadeye, but Swerve caught him with a Flatliner before hitting a Suplex on Page for a near fall. Joe got back up and started firing away at Page & Swerve before tossing Swerve out of the ring. Joe got Page back up and hit the Muscle Buster on Page, but Swerve caught Joe and hit the Swerve Stomp before hitting the House Call on Joe. Swerve got back up and stared daggers at Page before catching Page with the House Call to get the pin, but Page kicked out at two. Joe got back up and hit a series of Kawada kicks on Swerve before locking in the Coquina Clutch, but Swerve reversed it with an up kick before hitting a Pendulum DDT on Joe and a 450 Splash on Joe’s back.

Swerve climbed to the top rope and hit Joe with the Swerve Stomp, but Joe kicked out before Page pulled the referee out of the ring. Page got the AEW Championship and hit Swerve in the head with the belt. Swerve rose back to the apron, but Page slammed the title on Swerve’s head again before shouting at Swerve to say that he would never be champion. Page then hit two Buckshot Lariats on Joe to get the pin on the champion as the referee rolled into the ring, but Joe kicked out at two. Page went for a 3rd Buckshot Lariat, but Samoa Joe caught him with eh Coquina Clutch. Joe got Page on the mat to make him submit, but Swerve broke the hold by hitting the Spiral Tap on the two.

Nana gave Swerve his crown and got Joe in the Victory Roll, but Page broke the pin by viciously attacking the referee. Swerve tried to toss Page out of the ring, but Page responded with a lariat. Joe hit a lariat on Page and went for the Muscle Buster on Swerve, but Page caught him with a Buckshot Lariat. Swerve popped back up and hit a Buckshot Lariat of his own on Page before hitting the JML Driver on Page, but Joe caught Swerve with the Half-Dragon Suplex. This led Joe to pick up the scraps by locking in the Coquina Clutch on Page for the submission win.

Winner & Still AEW World Champion: Samoa Joe.

AEW World Tag Team Championship - Tornado Tag Match.

Sting & Darby Allin (c) (w/ Ric Flair) vs. The Young Bucks (Matthew Jackson & Nicholas Jackson).

Ricky "The Dragon" Steamboat was announced as the timekeeper for the match. Magnum TA & Nikita Koloff were in the crowd for Sting's final match.

The match began with Allin hitting a vicious tope suicida on The Jacksons. Sting then brought in his two sons to hit Stinger Splashes on Matthew Jackson & Nicholas Jackson. Sting got Matthew & Nicholas Jackson in the double Scorpion Deathlock, but they escaped the hold immediately. Sting brawled with both Jacksons on the outside before attacking Matt with a chair as his sons set up two tables at ringside. Sting tossed Nicholas & Matthew Jackson over the barricade. Nicholas tried to fight back against Sting, but Sting tossed Nicholas over the barricade to the floor before Allin hit a Coffin Splash on both Jacksons.

Sting then pulled outdo paints of glass from under the ring before placing them on a stack of chairs. After breaking a film of glass, Sting & Allin chased down Nicholas Jackson in the crowd area. The Jacksons, Sting & Darby Allin got to the ramp. Nicholas Jackson hit a Chin Breaker before hitting Allin with a Falcon Arrow onto a stack of tables off the stage. On the other side of the stage, Matthew Jackson gauged Sting’s eyes before hitting Sting with a Suplexes off the stage onto a table.

Back in the ring, Matthew Jackson & Nicholas Jackson got Allin in the ring before hitting a powerbomb on him through a ladder. Allin got up and pushed the Jacksons onto each other before hitting a Stunner on Nicholas Jackson and a Code Red on Matthew Jackson. After setting up the ladder in the center of the ring, Allin got Nicholas Jackson and went for a Swanton on Nicholas, but Nicholas rolled out of the way to send Allin crashing into the stack of chairs and the film of glass, cutting his back fully open.

Back in the ring, Sting was being attacked by Nicholas Jackson & Matthew Jackson before they went for the corner splash/ enziguri combo; however, Sting got out of the way and placed Matthew on the table. Sting tried to climb the ladder, but Matthew Jackson caught him and powerbombed him through the table; however, Sting got immediately back up and tried to attack The Young Bucks, but they tossed Sting right onto a film of glass for a disgusting visual. Matthew Jackson tried to put the final blow with the Scorpion Death Drop on Sting for the pin, but Sting kicked out.

After Nicholas Jackson attacked Ricky Steamboat on ringside, Ricky Flair tried to make the save to protect Sting from getting pinned; however, The Jackson Brothers responded by hitting a double Superkick on Flair to send him out of the ring. After they hit Steamboat with a double superkick, Matthew Jackson hit Sting with the title to get the pin, but Sting kicked out. Matthew Jackson & Nicholas Jackson then told Sting that they were not sorry and that they hated him before hitting a Double Superkick on Sting, but Sting held his position before hitting a double lariat on The Jacksons and hitting the Scorpion Death Drop on Matthew Jackson.

The Jacksons got back up and hit Sting with the EVP Trigger, but Sting kicked out at two. After that, The Jacksons thanked Sting for doing business with him before hitting him with another EVP Trigger, but Sting kicked out at one. The Jacksons hit a double super kick on Sting and went for the Tony Khan Driver, but Darby Allin came back to the ring and tossed Nicholas Jackson through a table. Sting hit a Scorpion Death drop on Matthew Jackson, but Matthew kicked out at two. To end the proceedings, Allin hit a Coffin Drop on Matthew Jackson before Sting locked in the Scorpion Deathlock on Matthew Jackson. With nowhere to go or nowhere to hide, Sting made Jackson tap to get one last submission win and to retain the title.

Winners & Still AEW World Tag Team Champions: Sting & Darby Allin.

After the match, Sting thanked the crowd for making the show a night he and wrestling fans would never forget. Sting asked how many stitches it would take for Sting's back, but Allin said that he was willing to die in the ring if need be. Sting & Darby Allin stood tall to end the broadcast.

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