AEW Fight For The Fallen Results – July 13, 2019

AEW Fight For The Fallen Results - July 14, 2019

The pre-show opened with a video pushing the All In Pay-per-view on 8/31.

Alex Marvez and Excalibur are your announcers. They discussed some of the top matches for the event tonight.

Peter Avalon (with Leva Bates) vs. Sonny Kiss

The crowd booed the hell out of the Librarians. Sonny Kiss came out with several cheerleaders and the mascot of the Jaguars, dancing with them.

Kiss able to use his agility to avoid Avalon, gets taken down, Avalon “shushes” Kiss, but ends up taking a hurricanrana. Kiss with multiple back handsprings into a slap to the face. Kiss twerks at Avalon, goes for a kick, blocked, goes down into a split, kick to the face, Avalon with a pin attempt, two. They tried to suplex each other, Kiss finally get it, cover, two. Avalon right up and hits a dropkick.

Avalon ends up sending Kiss to the floor. Bates helps Kiss up and gently puts Kiss back in the ring. Avalon barks at Bates, thinking she’d do more than that. Kiss sent into the corner, kicks Avalon, kick to the chest, elbow, exploder suplex, kip-up. Avlon tries for a bicyle kick, Kiss ducks him, lands a kick of his own. Kiss with a standing moonsault. Bates up on the apron, distraction with a book, Avalon tries for the roll-up. Crowd with a “reading sucks” chant. Avalon with a rolling senton, tries for a moonsault, nobody home. Kiss catches him with a kick, goes to the second rope, drops down with a leg split for the 1-2-3.

Winner: Sonny Kiss via


Jen Decker talks with Cody and Dustin Rhodes. He’s asked about tonight’s show and giving back to victims of gun violence. Cody said he couldn’t be happier to give it back to a community that needs it. Cody is then asked about facing The Young Bucks. He says they are west coast offense, new schools, flips and all, but if they latch onto a body part, what will they do? Dustin says he plans on slamming them both to the mat so hard that their souls will leave their bodies. Cody is asked if he’s feeling 100% for tonight’s match after taking that chairshot from Shawn Spears at AEW Fyter Fest. Cody said he wouldn’t be here if he wasn’t 100%, and says the brotherhood is better than the bucks.

Britt Baker and Riho vs. Bea Priestley and Shoko Nakajima

Nakajima and Britt Baker starting things off, This is both Bea Priestley and Nakajima’s debut matches in AEW. Baker taken down with a side headlock, Nakajima is able to transition into a single leg boston crab, Baker able to easily get to the bottom rope. Nakajima tries to sneak through Baker’s legs, Baker grabs Nakajima by the tail, and kicks her. Nakajima uses some misdirection to fly all around Baker, dropkick brings her down. Priestley is tagged in, stomp to the back. Baker sent into the corner, dodges Priestley. Baker with an arm drag, roll-up, one-count. Baker looks for the tag, ends up going to the wrong corner, goes to the corner and tags in Riho. Riho flies off the top rope, but Priestley is back up and hits a power slam.

Priestley stomps down on Riho’s arm and then chokes her over the bottom rope. Riho continues to get worked over as Nakajima is tagged in. Nakajima wrenches down on Riho’s arm. Priestley back in and keeps focusing on that arm, then just forearms the hell out of Riho. Preistley brings Riho over to the corner and they double team her a bit. Baker runs over to help, referee moves her back and Riho continues to get beat up in the corner, crowd booing that. Nakajima locks her legs around Riho’s head and drives her face first into the mat over and over. Riho finally gets in some offense with a dropkick. Baker tags herself in, big forearms, sends Nakajima into the corner, rising knee strike into the jaw, hanging neckbreaker, cover, two.

Nakajima went to the top and nailed a missile dropkick, but sent Baker into her own corner. Riho tagged in and began cleaning house. Riho worked over Nakajima and nailed Priestley outside on the apron. Riho nailed a 619 on Nakajoma and attempted a Northern Lights suplex. Riho went for another 619 but Priestley kicked her in the face.

Everyone battled. It settled down into Baker and Priestley finally facing off. The crowd popped for this. They went back and forth drilling each other before brawling in the center of the ring. Baker went for a Fisherman’s suplex but Priestley avoided it. They battled into the corner. Priestley nailed a springboard into a knee strike for a two count. It didn’t look pretty but as they say, it was effective. Baker nailed a superkick and a butterfly suplex for a two count. They all turned on the athleticism with lots of hot action and a few dives.

Baker caught Priestley with a DDT off the ropes and Riho covered her for a two count. Nakajima drilled Riho with a running forearm but was caught with a knee strike and a Northern Lights suplex that would have made Hiroshi Hase for a two count. Lots of near falls. Nakajima missed a big senton off the top but Nakajima scored the pin with a rana into a pinning combination.

Winners: Bea Priestley and Shoko Nakajima

Priestley and Baker got into it briefly after the match.


Jenn Decker interviewed Kip Sabian. He said he didn’t come here to collect checks and watch what is happening. He said that he likes Adam Page outside the ring but as a member of the Elite, he’s getting preferential treatment. Page seems to be forgetting who Sabian is coming into their match. He’s just talking about Chris Jericho instead of Sabian. He said that after he beats Page, if Page wins the AEW title, he’ll be the first in line for a title shot. He warmed Page to bring the best he has tonight because that’s what he’s going to be doing.

– They did the big introduction for Jim Ross. He joined Alex Marvez and Excalibur to discuss the main event matches tonight. This was a WAY better pre-game show than Fyterfest was.

AEW Fight For The Fallen:

We are live from Jacksonville, Florida, and your announcers are Jim Ross, Alex Marvez and Excalibur. After a brief introduction we are ready for our first match of the night!

MJF, Shawn Spears, and Sammy Guevara vs. Joey Janela, Darby Allin, and Jimmy Havoc

Shawn Spears is calling himself the Chairman. There was no explanation as to why Cody’s pal MJF was teaming with Spears, so we will see if it comes up over the course of the match.

MJF and Janela started off. Havoc tagged in and controlled MJF’s arm and bit at his fingers. Havoc snapmared MJF and controlled him on the mat. Guevara tagged in but was caught by Janela with a German suplex into the bottom turnbuckle. The crowd chanted for Joey. Havoc attacked Guevara from behind. Spears and Allin faced off. The crowd was into Allin getting into the ring, due to the story that Allin’s moment with Cody was ruined by Spears. Spears, of course, tagged back out.

Darby, who had his ribs taped up, looks strong with a cool looking springboard armdrag on Guevara. Janela tagged in and worked over Guevara. MJF cut him off and snapped him over the top, then drilled Janela to the floor with a big forearm smash. Spears tossed Janela into the ring and kicked the hell out of him in the corner. Janela was trapped in the corner, where Guevara raked him in the eyes and locked on a side chinlock. MJF finally had enough of Spears and gave him the double bird. Spears went after him but Janela nailed him with a big elbow smash. Havoc worked over each of them, nailing a DVDR on MJF onto Spears.

Havoc nailed a superplex off the ropes on Guevara, standing on MJF’s back, for a two count. Allin tagged himself in but was nailed by Guevara with a leaping knee. Guevara drilled Allin over his knee but it was broken up. Everyone battled. Havoc nailed the Acid Rainmaker but Guevara caught him with a Codebreaker. Guevara nailed some dives to the outside that got nice reactions. He caught Allin with a standing Spanish Fly for a two count. The crowd chanted, “AEW.” Janela cut off Guevara on the ropes and nailed a DVDR on the apron.

Spears tagged himself back in and went after Allin’s bad ribs. He nailed a DVDR and scored the pin.

Winners, Shawn Spears & MJF & Sammy Guevara

Post-match, Spears soaks up the win, gives the “ten” taunt to the crowd and then eyes MJF who looked like he was going to try and attack Spears. MJF backs off.

– They showed Shad Khan and Calais Campbell of the Jacksonville Jaguars watching the show. They then showed Private Party, noting they are scouting the competition. They then showed Alex DeBailey from CEO Gaming in the crowd and as a comedy spot, they had Atlas Security’s Joe toss them out of the building.

– They aired a video feature on Brandi Rhodes vs. Allie with the story of Brandi having self-doubts in her career and questioning whether she can compete in a high pressure situation.

Brandi Rhodes vs. Allie

Just as the bell rang, out came Awesome Kong. Rhodes tried to nail Allie, who ducked it and took control early. Allie nailed a back senton splash for a two count. Allie brought her into the corner and nailed a big chop before looking at Kong. Allie came off the ropes with a high crossbodyblock for a two count. Rhodes was nailed with a kick. Allie went to the floor to confront Kong. They had a staredown before Allie went to return to the ring, only to be nailed by Brandi with a kick through the ropes.

Brandi poured a bottle of water on Allie to mock her, then slammed her into the apron. Allie made a comeback with the shots in the corner. Brandi nailed a kick to the jaw for a two count. Allie made a comeback but Kong grabbed her leg. Brandi nailed her from behind and scored a two count. Brandi nailed a neckbreaker. Allie came back with a series of offensive maneuvers, hitting a big forearm as she dove in the corner. Allie nailed a bulldog for a two count.

Rhodes kicked off Allie in the corner. Rhodes caught her with a snap suplex for a two count. Allie nailed a superkick and a running DVDR but when she made the cover, Kong pulled Rhodes to the ropes. Allie argued with Kong. Brandi grabbed her for a small package for a two count. Allie locked in a Dragon Sleeper. Brandi tapped but Kong had distracted the referee. Allie let the move go and argued with Kong and the referee. Brandi raked her in face and nailed a spear for the pin.

Winner: Brandi Rhodes

Kong was going to beat down Brandi but Aja Kong’s music played and out she came. They faced off. Brandi told Awesome Kong to wait and pulled her from the ring. Aja looks over at Allie and helps her up.

The Dark Order vs. Jungle Boy & Luchasauras vs. Jack Evans & Angelico

The Dark Order were accompanied by a bunch of minions, called the Creepers. Someone is a Minecraft fan. The winners here face Best Friends at All Out on 8/31.

Stu Grayson and Angelico started out. Grayson nailed a big Uranage with authority. Jungle Boy tagged in and looked great with his athletic offense. Uno cut him off with a big neckbreaker. Luchasaurus tagged in, so the two big monsters faced off. The crowd chanted for Saurus. Lots of back and forth action. Jungle Boy really shined here. He has ways to go but you could see the glimpses of greatness when he was on offense. He was nailed with a backbreaker on the apron. Grayson nailed a double stomp on the apron for a one count.

The Dark Order worked over Jungle Boy for a long time. He tried to make a tag out but everyone was taken out off the apron. Uno hit a senton off the top for a two count. Jungle Boy finally speared Uno through the ropes and made the hot tag to Luchasaurus. Grayson was worked over with big kicks. Luchasaurus then pulled Evans and Angelico into the ring. They tried to fight him off but he exploded with offense. He chokeslammed Evans over the top onto Angelico on thbe floor.Jungle Boy hit a cool shooting star press to the floor on them.

Luchasaurus nailed a wheelbarrow slam on Grayson but Uno broke it up. He fought off Uno and chokeslammed him. Jungle Boy tagged back in but Angelico and Evans took control of the ring. They nailed a double team stomp on Jungle Boy. Angelico locked in an inverted figure four but Luchasaurus broke it up. Everyone got involved. It came down to Evans nailing a 450 splash on Jungle Boy for a close two count.

Angelico tagged in, looking for the black tiger bomb, launching Jungle Boy into the turnbuckle. Evans tagged in, 630. Stunt yanks Angelico off, climbs up on Evans and hits a hurricanrana off the top rope. The referee then kicks Stunt out from ringside. Luchasaurus then lifts Stunt and tosses him high in the air and down on Angelico. Jungle Boy/Luchasaurus with a flipping powerbomb combination on Evans, cover 1-2-no! Uno with a chop block on Luchasaurus’ knee, dropkick by Grayson. Jungle Boy gets launched into Luchasaurus. Grayson with a 450 splash on Jungle Boy, flipping over Uno who hits a running cannonball senton in the corner. Uno lifts Jungle Boy on his shoulders, Grayson hits fatality for the win.

Winners: The Dark Order

Adam “Hangman” Page vs. Kip Sabian

They had a slower pace early on, trying to feel each other out before nailing big shots to the other. It broke down into a back and forth slugfest. It was a good physical match early on. Adam Page picked up Sabian for a Fireman’s Carry and slammed him down to the mat. He picked up Sabian and nailed a Fallaway Slam into a bridge for a two count. They battled to the floor. Some fan got in Sabian’s face giving him grief, so Sabian tried to kiss him on the lips. That was hilarious.

He continued to work over Page and brought him back into the ring. Sabian nailed a big diving foot stomp off the ropes for a two count. My feed died for a minute and when it returned, Page was back in charge, scoring a two count. Sabian came back with a swinging DDT for a two count. Sabian nailed a running kick to the chest for a one count. He nailed another stomp and a knee for another two count. Sabian and Page fired back and forth with chops. Sabian drilled a hammer shot to the face but was killed with a discus lariat.

They battled to the top rope. Sabian fought off a superplex attempt with a headbutt that sent Page to the apron outsode the ring. Sabian missed a big stomp onto the apron and was snapped down to the apron by Page back-first. Page went to the top and came off with a big moonsault to the floor. Page began grabbing at his “injured” knee.

Page brought Sabian back into the ring for a two count. Page tossed Sabian to the entrance ramp outside. Sabian was almost counted out but returned at the last second to the ring. Page brought him to the top rope. He nailed a swinging neckbreaker off the top but Sabian still kicked up.

Sabian went to the apron and nailed a Dragon Screw Legwhip on Page’s bad knee, despite Page trying to fight him off with big shots. Sabian hit a springboard rana for a two count but Page rolled through. Sabian and Page kept reversing near falls until Page nailed the Deadeye and scored the pin.

Winner: Adam Page

A masked Chris Jericho hit the ring and attacked Page after the match. He unmasked. Page was busted open around the eye. Jericho nailed him with the Judas Effect. The crowd chanted, “Thank you Jericho”, which didn’t speak well for what the crowd thought of Page vs. Sabian.

SCU’s Frankie Kazarian and Scorpio Sky (with Christopher Daniels) vs. The Lucha Brothers

Missed a portion of this match due to blackout. Kazarian was working Fenix when I picked up the feed. Sky and Kazarian tagged in and out, working over Fenix. Fenix finally escaped a Kazarian charge and nailed a spinkick to Kazarian. He hit a Pele kick on Kazarian and tagged out to Pentagon. Pentagon nailed a Slingblade on Kazarain and wiped out Sky. but was caught from the side. The Lucha Brothers nailed kicks on Sky.

They sent Kazarian into the corner, where he collapsed, then put Sky into the Tree of Woe. They did a monkeyflip into a senton for a two count on Sky. Fenix leapt to the floor, nailing Kazarian, who was against the guard rail. Pentagon scored a two count on Sky. Kazarian returned to the fray but Pentagon nailed kicks and chops. SCU nailed a double team stomp off the ropes into a Tomakaze. Fenix made the save. Sky nailed a cutter on the apron on Fenix. Kazarian nailed a running dropkick on Pentagon, then placed Fenix on the ropes. Fenix fought him off but Sky attacked with shots to the mid-section . They nailed a double team elevated DDT for a two count. The crowd chanted “AEW.”

Pentagon returned to the fray but was caught with a DDT. He began kicking everyone in sight, saving Fenix. Fenix walked the ropes and nailed a stomp on Kazarian on the apron. Pentagon nailed a Canadian Destroyer for a close two count. They nailed a double team package piledriver/double stomp on Sky and scored the pin.

Winners: The Lucha Brothers

After the match, The Lucha Brothers got a ladder from under the ring and ran it into Christopher Daniels as he was checking his partners after the match. They set the ladder up and demanded a microphone. Pentagon said they were the best tag team on the planet and called out The Young Bucks. Fenix challenged them to a ladder match for All Out. What’s going to be at the top of the ladder? They didn’t say.

Kenny Omega vs. CIMA

CIMA getting the best of Omega early on, multiple arm drags and lands a double stomp on Kenny Omega. CIMA tied up Omega on the mat but Omega made it to the rope. They plugged Omega would be wrestling in Mexico for the first time at Triplemania. CIMA was sent to the floor. Omega set up for a dive but CIMA hit the ring and cut him off. CIMA nailed a DDT for a two count. Omega grabbed at his nose as if he had broken it again. CIMA nailed the Perfectdriver for a two count.

They battled to the corner with Omega gaining control. Omega set him up for an Electric Chair but CIMA turned it into a sunset flip powerbomb off the ropes. CIMA missed a Meteora off the ropes. Omega worked over CIMA’s legs. Omega came back with a snap Dragon suplex. CIMA made a comeback but missed a pescado to the floor. Omega worked him over on the floor. They battled near a table, teasing they were going to drive the other’s knees into it, but instead CIMA nailed a suplex on the floor. CIMA went up to a stage and dove off with a Meteora onto a table. That looked brutal. The crowd chanted for “AEW.”

Omega was brought back into the ring. CIMA nailed a pair of two Meteoras, including one of the back of the head, for a close two count. CIMA went for another off the ropes but was caught and hit with a bucklebomb and a V-Trigger for a two count. Omega drilled him across the knee and nailed another V-Trigger. He went for the One-winged angel but CIMA slipped out and went for an Air Raid Crash. Omega slipped out but was caught with a big DDT for a two count.

CIMA controlled the ring and scored with more Meteoras. He tried to set up for the Air Raid Crash on the apron and drilled it. That looked brutal. The crowd chanted, “You killed Kenny.” He nailed another for a close fall, but Omega put his leg on the ropes. They began killing each other with back and forth kicks and shots. Omega nailed a V-Trigger and scored a CLOSE two count with Tiger Driver ’98. Omega finally scored the pin with the One-Winged Angel.

Winner: Kenny Omega

In the Arena:

Chris Jericho makes his way to the ring and, as you know, he has something to say.

Jericho showed the blood of Adam Page on his hand. He said that a thank you from Jacksonville didn’t mean anything to him and crapped all over the city on the mic. He said the entire white trash Riviera in Jacksonville could boo him tonight. He said that a thank you doesn’t mean anything. He’s going to get his thank you one at a time for beating the hell out of every single person in AEW.

Jericho said that if he wasn’t here, all the fans would be searching for bottles for make money tonight. He said the company was legitimatized by him and will be on TNT this October because of him. He said that ever since he learned the winner of the Double or Nothing Battle Royal would face the winner of him vs. Omega. He watched waiting to see what freak would be the winner, making fun of a number of them. They were all eliminated one by one until The Hangman was left.

The crowd chanted for Hangman. Jericho said he was one of the hottest prospects in the world. Every night, he’s been up worrying about that match. If he beats Page, he’s got another notch in the career of the great Chris Jericho, but if he loses, not only is it the beginning of the end of AEW but also Jericho’s illustrious career. If he loses to Page, where does he go from there? He realized he HAS to beat the Hangman. That’s why he attacked him and showed him you can’t trust Chris Jericho.

Jericho said that he will become the AEW Champion and if it wasn’t for him, AEW wouldn’t exist. He then says Page is nothing but a “little b—-,” Page charges the ring and takes down Jericho. Officials and referees try to pull them away from each other and Page takes out some of the officials. Now some wrestlers have come out to stop things. Jericho ends up out on the floor and makes his way to the stage. Avalon is out there and the crowd is “shushing” as Jericho heads backstage. Page is still pissed off as he makes his way to the back.

Cody and Dustin Rhodes vs. The Young Bucks

Cody and Nick shake hands as we get things started. Cody shoots for a single leg takedown, Nick finds his way to the ropes. Nick with some side headlock takeovers, couple counters. Cody claps and looks for another handshake, Nick kicks it away this time. Cody challenges Nick to take him down, doesn’t happen, Cody flexes in front of Nick and gets slapped in the face. Nick slides out to the floor, tries to catch Cody with a move, no. Back in the ring, both look to finish each other off, but no luck. Matt and Dustin get in the ring for a moment. Dustin tags in, facebuster on Nick, uppercut on Matt, Cody does the same, double clothesline sends Matt out to the floor.

They drop Nick, but Matt leaps off the top rope for a crossbody, taking out both Rhodes. Nick with a pop-up dropkick on Dustin. Another kick sends Cody off the apron and to the floor. Nick and Matt with stereo planchas over the top rope. They mock the Rhodes yet again. Crowd with an “older brother” chant. Dustin back in the ring with Matt, punch to the face, Nick trips up Dustin, allowing Matt to hit a dropkick. Nick with a facebuster, then moonsault off the apron on Cody.

Matt with some hard shots in the corner on Dustin. Dustin really getting worked over, needs to tag out. Young Bucks both knock Cody off the apron. Dustin with a double back body drop on Matt and Nick. Dustin gets to his corner, but Cody isn’t there. Dustin hits a spinebuster on Matt. Dustin looks to tag out, Nick then trips Cody off the apron. Nick then mockingly says “Tag me!” Dustin punches him in the face. Matt then drops Dustin. Dustin heads to the top rope and hits twisting crossbody on both opponents. Cody gets the tag, drops both brothers, dragon leg screw on Nick. Lifts and dumps Matt to the mat. Cody heads to the top rope and hits a moonsault on a standing Nick Jackson. Matt out to the ramp, Cody slingshots himself over and slams into Matt.

Cody takes off the weight belt and whacks Matt over the back with it. Matt is now sat on the top turnbuckle, super reverse suplex hits, cover, two. Matt recovers, tries to charge into Cody in the corner, nobody home and Matt goes all the way into the ring post. Dustin tagged in and he continues to focus on that damaged shoulder. Cody back in there, stomping away at Matt. Cody spits towards Nick (who spat at Cody earlier on). Rhodes brothers in control of the match at the moment, still working on Matt’s bad shoulder, slowing things way down.

Cody throws Matt, and Matt ends up going towards Dustin, sending him off the apron. Matt then sends Cody on the ramp, Cody gets back in the ring and eats a spear from Matt. Nick looking for the tag, gets it and takes down both Cody and Dustin. Nick with a kick to Dustin, stomp to the back, then hits a rolling backstabber on Cody. Double figure-four leg locks on The Young Bucks. All four wrestlers hit lariats on each other and are down until about seven. Dustin tags himself in, spinning power slams on Nick and then Matt. Dustin with a flipping senton off the apron while Cody flies over him with a crossbody. Dustin sets Nick up for shatter dreams. Matt tags himself in, Matt sneaks in with a superkick. Meltzer driver, Cody with a kick on Nick to break that up, then a disaster kick on Matt. Assisted cross rhodes hits, cover, Nick with a senton off the top rope to break up the pin.

Dustin punching Nick in the face, Nick gets in there with Cody and they all swing away wildly. The referee ends up getting popped during that sequence and is down. Cody and Dustin go for stereo shatter dreams while Rick Knox is down. Cody looks for another step-up crossbody and eats double superkicks. The Young Bucks now eye Dustin in the ring. Dustin fights them off for a moment, but then gets popped with a superkick, another kick, elbow drop off the top rope by Matt, cover, two. Dustin with a Yoshi tonic.

The Bucks were set up for stereo Shattered Dreams and kicked low. They each hit suplexes but the Bucks kicked up at two. The Bucks regained control and Matt scored a two count with a flying elbow at two. They nailed superkicks on Cody for a two count They went to do superkicks on the Rhodes but instead mocked them and did the drop-down uppercuts. Rhodes came back with superkicks on the Bucks. Matt scored a two count with a CrossRhodes. Nick nailed a springboard dive to Dustin on the floor. The Bucks nailed the Meltzer Driver and scored the pin.

Winners: The Young Bucks

After the match, Dustin helped up Cody. The Bucks didn’t let their hands get raised. The crowd chanted AEW as they all stood in the ring. Matt said that it got a little competitive out there and for weeks, they’ve sort of been making fun of them. He said that he wanted to let them know it was all in the spirit of competition. They’ve been all over the world and wrestled everyone and heard this myth about the Rhodes Brothers. Matt doesn’t watch much of the other product, so he didn’t see it, but damn, they are one of the best tag teams they’ve ever been in the ring with.

Music began playing. Matt said they must be short on time. Members of the roster came to the ring Shad Khan and a giant check to donate $150,000 check for the Victim Assistance Advisory Council. The crowd chanted for AEW. Cody said they wanted to help. He asked that those involved make sure the money is responsibly sources and said it is a donation to the city of Jacksonville. He said he didn’t know if they are still on the air, but you can’t counter-program what AEW is doing. You might be able to do so to him, Nick, Matt or Brandi but not the real, legitimate, love that is the revolution of All Elite Wrestling. Big AEW chant.

Cody said that he had one question. He asked if everyone if they are coming with them when they go to TNT this fall. Big pop. He said that he doesn’t have a signature line, so he passed it off to Kenny Omega. Omega thanked everyone for coming out and supporting a big cause. He said he felt the biggest statement they made today was that were giving back to the community. He thanked the fans for that. He said they were in a conundrum, today would be inappropriate for him to sign off. He said as much as he would like to big everyone goodbye and goodnight. He instead said goodnight, BOING! He thanked everyone for staying with them through the heat, for supporting them and asked everyone to drive home safe.


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