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AEW Dynamite Results-February 28th.2024
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Blackpool Combat Club vs. Eddie Kingston & FTR

When we return from the break, we see highlights from Collision to explain the build-up to our next match, which is a featured Trios bout. “The Dapper Yapper” Justin Roberts begins the formal ring introduction for the Blackpool Combat Club.

With that said, Jon Moxley, Bryan Danielson and Claudio Castagnoli all make their way to the ring through the crowd to the tune of Mox’s “Wild Thing” theme music. They settle inside the squared circle for our first match of the evening.

FTR’s theme hits next and out come Top Guys Dax Harwood and Cash Wheeler. The theme for “The Mad King” hits next and AEW Continental Crown Champion Eddie Kingston makes his way out. The bell sounds and we’re officially off-and-running with this one.

Kicking things off for their respective teams are Kingston and Danielson. A preview of this Sunday’s showdown ends before anything happens, as Danielson pulls the heel move and tags right out. Castagnoli comes in and he and Kingston begin to mix it up as fans chant “Eddie! Eddie!”

After some back-and-forth early action, we head into our first of two mid-match commercial breaks. Upon returning from the second break, this lengthy match wraps up after two super close near falls for each team, with Danielson doing the Nate Diaz double biceps pose with a triangle choke on Kingston for the win.

Winners: Blackpool Combat Club

AEW Collision Results – February 24, 2024
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Blackpool Combat Club Accepts FTR’s Challenge For AEW Revolution

When we return from the break, we see Jon Moxley and Claudio Castagnoli backstage. Mox talks about how FTR challenged the Blackpool Combat Club duo for a match at AEW Revolution. Mox goes on to accept the challenge. He then does a callback to last week and asks Claudio what he’s thinking. Claudio chimes in with a few comments and then this brief backstage segment wraps up.

Bryan Danielson vs. Jun Akiyama

It’s main event time!

As soon as we return from the commercial time out, we hear the familiar sounds of Eddie Kingston’s theme music. “The Mad King” emerges to a big pop. The AEW Continental Crown Champion heads down to join Tony Schiavone, Kevin Kelly and Nigel McGuinness on the call for our main event.

Fans chant “Eddie! Eddie!” as he takes his seat at ringside alongside Tony, Kevin and Nigel. We then hear the equally familiar sounds of the theme song for Bryan Danielson. Out comes “The American Dragon” and member of the Blackpool Combat Club to a good reaction from the crowd.

Danielson settles in the ring for our final match of the evening. Jun Akiyama’s theme hits and out comes the Japanese legend for this headline bout against Danielson. The commentators talk with Kingston about his admiration for Akiyama. The bell sounds and we get this one officially off-and-running.

Akiyama and Danielson mix it up early on, and after some early offense from the Japanese legend, we see “The American Dragon” ground him and start to utilize his superior submission-based skills. The commentators talk to Kingston about Danielson’s passionate comments earlier tonight about him wasting his potential.

“The Mad King” makes a sarcastic remark about how he’s got three titles right now and boy that’s really wasting his potential. Meanwhile, we see Akiyama escape a Danielson submission and now he has the BCC member grounded. Akiyama focuses his attack on the arm of Danielson.

Danielson goes for a dive through the ropes but runs into a big forearm from Akiyama as he soars through. On that note, we shift gears and head into our final commercial break of the evening as the action continues in our main event with Akiyama taking it to Danielson at ringside right in front of Kingston on commentary.

When we return from the break, we see Akiyama still controlling the action, but not for long, as Danielson starts to come to life and take over. The two trade shots in passionate fashion back-and-forth in the center of the ring. Danielson stalks Akiyama in the corner and hits his Busaiku Knee for the pin fall victory.

He celebrates his win over Kingston’s mentor and hero Akiyama right in front of “The Mad King,” who stares daggers back at him from the commentary desk. Danielson then smirks and voluntarily shakes Akiyama’s hand, proving he respects him but not Kingston. He turns back and grills Kingston. He flips him off.

He turns around and Akiyama, who saw that, slaps the hell out of Danielson in the face. Danielson pretends like he’s sorry and looks to shake hands with Akiyama again. When Akiyama tries to, Danielson blatantly kicks him with a low blow. Kingston has finally seen enough and he storms into the ring and takes Danielson down.

He begins flurrying on him with ground and pound, pummeling “The American Dragon” until Jon Moxley and Claudio Castagnoli of the BCC hit the ring to make the save for Danielson. The three beat Kingston down until the FTR duo of Dax Harwood and Cash Wheeler run out to make the save.

Tony Schiavone announces per Tony Khan that there will be a Trios match on Dynamite next week with Eddie Kingston and FTR taking on BCC trio Danielson, Mox and Castagnoli. After the announcement is made, this week’s AEW Collision goes off the air. Thanks for joining us!

Winner: Bryan Danielson

AEW Rampage Results-February 16th,2024
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Blackpool Combat Club’s Jon Moxley and Claudio Castagnoli were backstage!

Moxley: “You know what they say: you can’t fix stupid, but you can choke it. FTR—they are the standard bearer, they are the benchmark of great tag team wrestling. You don’t think we know tag team wrestling? You don’t think we are every bit the artists when it comes to tag team wrestling that you are?

Claudio: “We don’t walk around calling ourselves Top Guys. We don’t have to. We get results. We don’t play this. We are this.”

AEW Dynamite Results-February 14th,2024
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Jon Moxley vs. Dax Harwood

Now we hear the familiar sounds of “Wild Thing” as Jon Moxley makes his custom entrance through the crowd and to the ring for our opening match of this week’s show. As he settles in the ring, we see highlights from Collision of the BCC and FTR brawl.

From there, the Midnight Express-sounding entrance tune brings out FTR to a big pop. Cash Wheeler wishes Dax Harwood good luck and heads back to the backstage area as Harwood makes his way down and settles inside the squared circle.

The bell sounds and we’re officially off-and-running with this one. A dueling “Let’s go Moxley” and “FTR!” chant breaks out as the two circle each other and eventually lock up. Harwood backs Mox into the corner. Mox, circles, backs out and flips Dax the double birds.

Mox backs Dax into the corner and gives him a big Valentine’s Day smooch before backing off and giving him a cocky clean break. He then puts his hands behind his back and welcomes open shots from Dax, who happily obliges as the crowd explodes.

After some more back-and-forth action, Mox bites Harwood on the top of his chrome dome in the corner. The two trade a million chops and then Mox looks for the Bulldog Choke. Dax avoids it but gets clotheslined over the top-rope and out to the floor.

On the floor, Mox sends Dax into the ring post. Back in the ring, we see Harwood send Moxley sailing over the top rope, where he crashes and burns back out on the floor as we head into a mid-match commercial break as our opening contest continues.

When we return from the break, we see Mox working over Harwood in the ring as the fans chant “Moxley! Moxley!” Mox kicks out of a pile driver attempt from Dax and then hits a Seth Rollins-style Stomp before following up with a pile driver of his own for a close two count.

Mox ends up getting the choke for the win. After the match, he doesn’t let go of the bell. This leads to Cash Wheeler running down and beating the crap out of Mox until Claudio Castagnoli runs down and takes him out. The fans chant “BCC! BCC!” and then Mox slaps the choke back on Dax.

Winner: Jon Moxley

AEW Collision Results – February 10, 2024
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Jon Moxley & Claudio Castagnoli vs. Esfinge & Star Jr.

Tony Schiavone welcomes us to the show as we settle down to the ring. “Wild Thing” plays and out comes Jon Moxley and Claudio Castagnoli from the locker room, with the camera following them through the crowd for their custom ring entrance. Claudio looks in rough shape as he heads to the ring with Mox.

The CMLL duo of Esfinge and Star Jr. make their way out with masks and capes on to a very light reaction from the crowd. They settle into the ring and the bell sounds to get us started. Mox and Star Jr. kick things off for their respective teams. Mox grounds Star Jr. and works him over early on.

Now the duo from CMLL start to fight back and take over with double team action. Claudio comes in to help but gets sent to the floor. Mox does as well. The two go for a big dive, but pump the breaks when they reach the ropes and decide against it. Back in the ring, Esfinge and Claudio are the legal men.

Claudio hits the big swing to wake the crowd up. Star Jr. and Esfinge hit some double-team action again and this time they do connect with a double dive to the floor on the Blackpool Combat Club duo. Back in the ring, Castagoli takes over again as we head into a mid-match commercial break.

When we return from the break and see the match still in progress. After some back-and-forth action, we see Mox finish this one with an armbar for the tap out victory.

Winners Jon Moxley & Claudio Castagnoli

Blackpool Combat Club & FTR Involved In Wild Brawl

Once the match wraps up, we see Mox and Claudio still in the ring. Mox gets on the mic. “Gracis, amigos,” he says to the CMLL duo. He then talks about how any team that wants it can get it.

With that said, FTR’s theme hits and out comes Dax Harwood and Cash Wheeler. We see the two head to the ring to a big pop as their Midnight Express-sounding theme rocks and rolls. The foursome stare each other down and then a wild brawl breaks out.

We see security and wrestlers from the back rush out to try and break things up. They seem to have order restored but then the four start going at it again. As they continue to try and separate these four, we head into another commercial break.

AEW Dynamite Results – February 7, 2024
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Jon Moxley, Bryan Danielson & Claudio Castagnoli vs. Volador Jr., Hechicero & Mascara Dorada

Backstage, Orange Cassidy is interviewed with The Best Friends standing behind him. Renee Paquette asks him about his upcoming AEW International Championship defense against Tomohiro Ishii. She also mentions him having a match 24 hours before the Collision title defense, as he’ll also be in action on Friday’s Rampage.

We head to another commercial break after the backstage interview wraps up. When we return, “Wild Thing” plays and out comes the Blackpool Combat Club trio of Jon Moxley, Bryan Danielson and Claudio Castagnoli. The three make their custom ring entrance through the crowd and head to the ring to a loud pop from the Phoenix fans.

Out next are their opponents, the trio from CMLL consisting of Volador Jr., Hechicero and Mascara Dorada. The six men are all in the ring and ready to rock and roll. The bell sounds and we’re officially off-and-running with this one. Kicking things off for their respective teams are Danielson and Hechicero. The commentators talk about their recent match on AEW Collision.

Hechicero takes Danielson down, but Danielson comes back and takes Hechicero down. Hechicero counters out and goes for a bow-and-arrow submission, but Danielson gets free. They shove each other away, and then Hechicero drops Danielson with a shoulder tackle. Hechicero applies a crucifix hold and rolls around the ring with him.

Now we see Hechicero go for the cover, but Danielson kicks out at the count of two. Castagnoli and Dorada tag in and Dorada delivers a chop. Dorada delivers more chops, and then stomps on Castagnoli’s foot. Castagnoli comes back and takes Dorada down. Dorada comes back with a hurricanrana, and then Moxley and Volador tag in.

They exchange elbow strikes and Volador takes Moxley down with a hurricanrana. Volador sends Moxley into the barricade with a dive through the ropes, but then Castagnoli and Danielson attack Volador on the floor. Hechicero and Dorada make the save, and then Moxley gets Volador back into the ring.

Volador goes after Moxley, but Moxley sends him to the floor and takes him out with a dive. Hechicero and Dorada attack Moxley this time, but then Castagnoli and Danielson make the save. The referee separates everyone as the show heads to a commercial. When we return, we see Mox dominating the offense in the ring.

Things build to a spot with Mascara Dorado hitting a Shooting Star Press off the top-rope to a giant pile of bodies on the floor. The fans react with a loud “This is Awesome!” chant as Danielson and Hechicero go back to work as the legal men in the ring. After some more back-and-forth action, we see Castagnoli pick up the win for the BCC in an excellent match. We head to another break.

Winners: Jon Moxley, Bryan Danielson & Claudio Castagnoli

AEW Collision Results – January 20, 2024
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Eddie Kingston & Ortiz vs. Bryan Danielson & Claudio Castagnoli

It’s main event time!

When we return from the commercial break, we immediately hear the familiar sounds of Bryan Danielson’s theme music. Out comes “The American Dragon” and fellow Blackpool Combat Club member Claudio Castagnoli for our tag-team headline bout of this week’s show.

After the BCC duo settle in the ring, their music dies down and the entrance theme for their opponents hits. The crowd goes bonkers as AEW Continental Crown Champion Eddie Kingston and his friend and tag-team partner Ortiz make their way out to the ring.

They settle inside and the bell sounds to get this one officially off-and-running. Kingston and Danielson kick things off for their respective teams. Danielson avoids locking up with Kingston at all costs early on, leading to “The Mad King” playing to the crowd quite a bit in a fun scene.

Danielson finally does start to engage and he blasts Kingston with some vicious kicks and then does some jumping-jacks to add insult to injury. Kingston fights back and takes over again and then tags in Ortiz. Ortiz hits the ring but Danielson immediately takes over and tags in Castagnoli, who picks up where he left off, taking it to Ortiz.

Castagnoli heads over to taunt Kingston, who flips him off, while Ortiz recovers on the mat. Claudio blasts Ortiz with European uppercuts and then a vicious head butt and some chops. Danielson joins Claudio for a double team spot but Ortiz hits them with a double drop kick.

Claudio ends up catching him from behind and rag-dolling him into the corner to take back over. After this, we shift gears and head into a mid-match commercial break as our main event of the evening continues. When we return, we see Claudio controlling Ortiz on the mat in a hold as the fans try and rally behind him.

We see an eager Kingston looking for the tag from the apron in the corner. Claudio stops Ortiz from crawling for the tag by scooping his legs up and getting him in the giant swing. He heads over and glares at Kingston after letting him go. Danielson tags back in and goes to work on Ortiz, while also taunting Kingston.

Kingston finally gets the hot tag and the crowd goes absolutely insane as “The Mad King” starts taking out any-and-everything that moves. He beats Danielson and Castagnoli down as the crowd roar continues to grow. He tags Ortiz back in and Ortiz comes close to finishing off Danielson, however the BCC member hangs in to keep this one going.

As the action continues, we see Danielson beating down Ortiz while Castagnoli holds onto Kingston on the floor and forces him to watch. Things end up wrapping up like this, with the BCC duo picking up the win. Danielson spits in Kingston’s face before leaving the ring. He talks into the camera vowing to make his life miserable as this week’s show goes off the air. Thanks for joining us!

Winners: Bryan Danielson & Claudio Castagnoli

AEW Dynamite: Homecoming Results – January 10, 2024
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Hangman Page vs. Claudio Castagnoli

Excalibur welcomes us to the show as the camera pans the home venue for AEW, Daily’s Place in Jacksonville, FL. The theme for Hangman Page hits and out comes the popular fan-favorite AEW original to a loud pop.

Hangman Page settles in the ring and his music dies down. The entrance tune for Claudio Castagnoli hits next and out comes his opponent from the Blackpool Combat Club. He makes his way into the ring and his music dies down.

The bell sounds and off we go with this week’s opening contest. Fans immediately break out in “Cowboy Sh*t! Cowboy Sh*t!” chants as Page takes it to Castagnoli straight out of the gate. The action spills out to the floor where Castagnoli starts to take over.

Castagnoli taunts the crowd as Page is down and out on the floor. Hangman gets in a shot and then brings Claudio back into the ring as fans rally behind him with loud “Let’s go Hangman!” chants.

He works over Claudio for another minute before the BCC member blatantly rakes the eyes to shift the offensive momentum back in his favor. After some more back-and-forth action over the next few minutes, Page sends Claudio to the floor.

The purveyor of “Cowboy Sh*t” then slingshots over the top and splashes onto him at ringside. He continues to beat him down on the floor and then stops to take a gulp of a ringside fans’ beer. Back in the ring, Claudio catches Page with a big counter shot.

As Castagnoli starts to take back over control of the offense, we shift gears and head into a mid-match commercial break as our opening contest continues.

When we return from the break, we see Page and Castagnoli duking it out on the floor at ringside until Page backs way up. He gets a full-head of steam running start and clotheslines Claudio back into the ring with authority.

He then looks for his Buckshot Lariat finisher, but Claudio counters by launching him in the air and catching him on the way down with a vicious European uppercut. He goes for the cover, but Page kicks out after the count of two.

The two end up on the floor again moments later, with Claudio catching Page in an impressive display of strength. He runs him into the barricade and post but then goes to the well one too many times, as Page counters in mid-sprint with a twist-around DDT to Claudio face-first on the floor.

Page follows that up with a big moonsault to Claudio on the floor. Fans loudly chant “AEW! AEW!” as Page brings Claudio back into the ring. Page hits a big tombstone pile driver on Claudio for a close near fall attempt. Claudio fights back and pummels Page with repeated forearms.

Claudio continues to bombard Page with forearm-after-forearm blow until he is slumped over in the corner of the ring. Page hits a big counter move seconds later. He goes for the cover, but Claudio kicks out just in time. Fans chant “AEW! AEW!” again as Page leaps into another uppercut from Claudio.

Both guys end up on the ropes in the corner. Claudio looks for a big avalanche power bomb off the top-rope, but Hangman counters in mid-move and hits a hurricanrana to bring Claudio off the ropes and back onto the mat. He hits his Buckshot Lariat finisher and then hits it a second time for the win in a great opener.

Winner: Hangman Page

AEW Collision Results – January 6, 2024
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Claudio Castagnoli vs. Andrew Everett

Now we return inside the arena where the theme for Claudio Castagnoli hits. The Blackpool Combat Club member heads to the ring as an “earlier today” split-screen interview airs. He settles inside the squared circle and his entrance tune dies down.

The giant in his own mind, Andrew Everett, makes his way out next as Claudio’s opponent. He settles in the ring and the bell sounds to get this one started. Castagnoli dominates him from the word “go.”

He hits a big swing and ultimately blasts him coming off the top-rope for the win. After the match, Castagnoli vs. Hangman Page is announced for AEW Dynamite: Homecoming.

Winner: Claudio Castagnoli

ROH Death Before Dishonor 2023 Results
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ROH World Championship Match!

Claudio Castagnoli (c.) vs. “The Bastard” PAC!

The champ hoisted up Pac and drove him into the barricade. Pac kicked Claudio before Claudio could put him in the Big Swing. Pac left the ring and crawled up to the stage. Claudio followed him and put him in the Big Swing…on the stage! Claudio did it a second time!

Claudio was going to try the Neutralizer on the entrance ramp, but Pac back dropped the champ. Pac moonsaulted onto Claudio on the arena floor. Pac set up a table, but Claudio clocked Pac with a European Uppercut.

Pac connected with a shotgun dropkick. Pac rocked Claudio with thrust kicks. Pac nailed Claudio with a super brainbuster from the top turnbuckle! Claudio press slammed Pac and threw him over the top rope and through a table on the arena floor!

“We are speechless here,” said Ian.

Claudio jumped off the top rope with an elbow on Pac for a near fall. Claudio battered Pac with the hammer and anvil elbows. Pac escaped the Neutralizer and fired off a kick to Claudio. Pac went for a springboard rana, but Claudio countered with a flipping flapjack. Claudio smashed Pac with the Neutralizer, but Pac kicked out at the two-count!

Champ and challenger traded strikes in the center of the ring! Pac German Suplexed Claudio but Claudio answered with a vicious lariat! Pac superkicked Claudio twice. He followed up with a German Suplex on Claudio for a two-count.

Claudio was attempting the Ricola Bomb off the top rope, but Pac countered with a Splash Mountain Frankensteiner! Pac climbed to the top rope for the Black Arrow, but Claudio dodged it. Claudio turned Pac inside-out with a clothesline. Claudio went for the Ricola Bomb, but Pac countered with a standing Brutalizer, bringing Claudio to his knees. Claudio used his raw power and reestablished his vertical base. With Pac on his back and refusing to let go of him, Claudio climbed up the turnbuckles and jumped back with an Air Raid Crash on Pac!

The fans chanted “R-O-H! R-O-H!”

Wheeler Yuta ran down to the ring and distracted Pac! Claudio planted Pac with the Ricola Bomb and pinned Pac!

Penta El Zero Miedo and Rey Fenix sprinted to the ring and helped Pac to his feet!

“The Death Triangle stand united!” said Ian.

The Death Triangle stood toe to toe with Claudio and Wheeler! The Death Triangle attacked Claudio and Wheeler. Best Friends came to the ring and attacked the Lucha Bros! Orange Cassidy came to the ring and drilled Pac with the Orange Punch!

Orange jumped at Wheeler Yuta, but Yuta ducked, and Cassidy clocked Claudio with the Orange Punch!