Detailed AEW Collision SPOILERS: Taped 2/28 to air on 3/2

This Saturday’s AEW Collision, which is the go-home show for Sunday’s Revolution was taped on Wednesday night at the Propst Arena at the Von Braun Center in Huntsville, AL.

Below are the detailed spoilers for this Saturday’s show, courtesy of Josh Boutwell.

Collision opened with Brian Cage, Killswitch, Christian Cage and Roderick Strong beating Trent Barretta, HOOK, Orange Cassidy and Daniel Garcia. Good match with everyone getting a chance to shine. Trent looked to have Killswitch beat but Nick Wayne interferred allowing Killswitch to hit a Lariat to the back of the head for the pin. They had a huge brawl at the end with Matt Menard getting involved and Chokeslammed onto a chair by Killswitch.

-Mark Briscoe and Buddy Matthews were supposed to have a match but Briscoe jumped Buddy as he was making his entrance and put him through a table. House of Black tried to get involved but Briscoe went nuts and laid them out with chairs. Briscoe eventually dove off the stage onto Buddy and took the controls to the pyro and literally attempted to set Buddy on fire but security stopped him. Great brawl.

-Dante Martin beat Penta el Zero M and Bryan Keith in a great three-way. Awesome stuff from all three, Martin pinned Keith.

-Thunder Rosa beat Cassandra Golden (local Alabama/Florida talent that has worked on ROH and AEW Dark in the past) in a squash match.

-Private Party beat Matt Sydal and Christopher Daniels. Fun tag team match that it looked like Daniels was going to win with the Angels Wings but Jeff Jarrett, Satnam Singh, Sonjay Dutt and Jay Lethal ran out and interferred allowing Private Party to get the win. It looked like Private Party joined forces with them at the end, which got an… interesting reaction from fans on my Twitter.

Mariah May won in a squash match (I didn’t catch her opponent’s name). May looked good in the win. Toni Storm came out and called out Deonna. They talked trash to each other and eventually brawled, which ended up in Deonna laying out Mariah.

-Wardlow came out for a promo and ran down each of the World Title 3-Way saying he would beat any of them. He was interrupted by Chris Jericho (they will both be in the All-Star Scramble at Revolution) and said Wardlow isn’t jumping over him. He said that Wardlow whined about being held down but said that he just wasn’t good enough. Wardlow got passionate and said Jericho and other “outsiders” that come in try and hold down the “originals” in AEW. Jericho teased fighting Wardlow but Powerhouse Hobbs laid him out from behind.

-Austin Gunn and The Acclaimed beat The Dark Order in the main event with the Mic Drop from The Acclaimed. All in all a great night of wrestling that got pretty tiresome by the end of Collision. Two, two-hour shows back-to-back on a week night is tough.

I estimated probably 3,500 people but by the time the main event of Collision took place it probably half the crowd was left.