AEW Collision Results (2/10/24): Orange Cassidy Defends Against Tomohiro Ishii

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AEW Collision Results – February 10, 2024

This week’s episode of AEW Collision kicks off with some in-ring action as Blackpool Combat Club takes on Star Jr. and Esfinge.

Jon Moxley and Claudio Castagnoli defeated Star Jr. and Esfinge

  • Jon Moxley locks a cross-arm breaker on Star Jr. to win the match for his team via submission.

Moxley gets on the microphone after the match. Moxley says to take that message back to CMLL in Mexico and tell any team anywhere in the world that if they want to step up, they’ll get stepped on.

This brings out FTR. The four men have a staredown and end up brawling. Security comes out to try and break up the fight as they go to a commercial break.

Daniel Garcia (w/ Daddy Magic) defeated Shane Taylor (w/ Lee Moriarty)

  • Daniel Garcia locks Shane Taylor in a grapevine leg lock to win the match via submission.

A video package plays recapping Sting and Darby Allin’s AEW World Tag Team Title win from Dynamite and the post-match attack by Matthew and Nicholas Jackson.

Eddie Kingston is backstage. Kingston says it’s disgusting what the Young Bucks did on AEW Dynamite to Sting on Wednesday night. Kingston compared it to what Bryan Danielson did last week, stealing Bryan Keith’s moment. Eddie challenges Danielson to a match at Revolution, and if Kingston beats Danielson again, he has to shake his head.

Brian Cage (w/ Prince Nana) defeated The Outrunners in a handicap match

  • Brian Cage locks Turbo Floyd in a submission hold to win the match.

Chance the Mascot gets laid out on AEW Collision

Prince Nana does his dance with the Las Vegas Golden Knights mascot Chance after the match. Cage attacks Chance from behind which brings out HOOK. The two men brawl on the stage and continue to brawl into the backstage area.

The Undisputed Kingdom confronts Tomohiro Ishii backstage. Matt Taven is upset that he used to be a member of CHAOS, and then suddenly he wasn’t anymore. Roderick Strong tells Ishii if he beats Orange Cassidy tonight he’ll be his opponent at Revolution next month.

Tony Schiavone is in the ring and brings out Adam Copeland. Schiavone asks Copeland which title he will challenge for at Revolution since he’s ranked third in the rankings. Copeland first lays out a warning to the Young Bucks for what they did to Sting and Darby Allin on Dynamite and says if he had been there, it wouldn’t have happened. Copeland says he’ll get in the ring with Eddie Kingston eventually, but he wants to challenge Christian Cage to get the TNT Championship back.

This brings out Daniel Garcia. Garcia says both of them have been picking up a lot of wins and they both deserve a shot at the TNT Championship. Copeland says FTR speaks highly of him so he respects him. Copeland challenges Garcia to a match on Dynamite where the winner will face Christian Cage at Revolution. Garcia accepts, and the two men shake hands, but Copeland doesn’t let go. Copeland says Garcia is now threatening to take food off his family’s table so he’s gonna beat his ass next week.

Stokely Hathaway says Tony Khan has him blocked

Kris Statlander, Willow Nightingale, and Stokely Hathaway are backstage. Hathaway puts over both women and the conversation turns to last night’s Rampage where they were confronted by Julia Hart and Skye Blue. Nightingale says she was hurt by Blue’s betrayal and challenges her to a match. Hathaway says he’ll try to get it done but Tony Khan has him blocked.

Brody King (w/ Julia Hart) defeated Mark Briscoe

  • Brody King hits Mark Briscoe with the Gonzo Bomb to score the pinfall victory.

King grabs Briscoe after the match and Julia Hart hits Briscoe in the head with a metal spike busting him open in the process.

Bryan Keith is backstage. Keith says he’s here to collect bounties and face the top stars in All Elite Wrestling. Keith says whoever steps in the ring with him better be ready to pay up.

Deonna Purrazzo defeated Kiera Hogan

  • Deonna Purrazzo locks Kiera Hogan in the Venus De Milo to win the match via submission.

Toni Storm and Purrazzo pass one another on the entrance ramp as Storm comes to the ring for her match.

AEW Women’s World Champion Timeless Toni Storm defeated Queen Aminata

  • Toni Storm hits Queen Aminata with Storm Zero to score the pinfall victory.

Toni Storm gets on the microphone and tells Schiavone to stop looking at her like that. Storm says she put on a technical show of brilliance against Aminata. Storm says she will debut a new film this Wednesday on Dynamite titled “Wet Ink.”

It’s time…for the main event!

Orange Cassidy defeated Tomohiro Ishii to retain the AEW International Championship

  • Orange Cassidy gets Tomohiro Ishii with a small package to retain the title.

The Undisputed Kingdom attacks Cassidy after the match before being run off by Ishii as AEW Collision goes off the air.

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What did you think of this week’s episode of AEW Collision? What was your favorite match or segment? Let us know your thoughts by sounding off in the comments section below.

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