Darby Allin vs. Cole Karter
We are live! Jim Ross, Excalibur, and Tony Schiavone greet audiences at home as Darby Allin and Cole Karter wait in the ring, with Nick Comoroto at ringside. Allin beats down Comoroto, then goes after Karter and tosses him into the ring. The bell rings and Allin delivers a drop kick to Karter. Karter tosses him out of the ring and powerbombs him into the apron. He tosses him into the ring, then throws him into the top turnbuckle. He delivers a Bucklebomb, followed by a drop kick and a suplex.
Back from the break, Karter delivers a knee. Allin fires back with a chop block, but Karter delivers an elbow. Allin manages to hit a Code Red, then ascends to the top and goes flying. He delivers the Scorpion Death Drop, then climbs to the top and hits the Coffin Drop for the win.
Winner: Darby Allin
We head backstage to Renee Paquette and Keith Lee. Paquette asks Lee for an update on him and Swerve Strickland, but before he can answer, Shane Taylor walks in and asks what it is with him leaving behind his partners, like he did with him six years ago. He then challenges him to a match against him and JD Griffey, and tells him he may want to find some help. Swerve appears behind him and Lee asks him if he can count on him.
Back from the break, we head to a video of Dark Order and La Faccion Ingorenable addressing one another.
Back at ringside, The Acclaimed and Billy Gunn head to the ring to join Renee Paquette.
We Hear From The Acclaimed and Billy Gunn
Paquette says the titles look good around their waists, then asks them what’s next. Anthony Bowens addresses Jeff Jarrett and Jay Lethal after they interrupted their scissoring on “Dynamite”, and tells them they can’t cut the line. He says they’ll have to wait, because there’s another team who’s been waiting a long time for their shot. He says that since they’re fighting champions and the people’s voice, they will listen
The Gunn’s music hits and they head to the ring. Austin says if they want the best team, they’re looking at them. Jeff Jarrett, Jay Lethal, Satnam Singh, and Sonjay Dutt head to the ring. Dutt says when he looks at the Gunn Brothers, he sees a couple of ass boys. He says they will show them why they’re the greatest tag team in their upcoming match.
Billy Gunn cuts them off and says they’ve all misunderstood because they want the best. FTR’s music hits and Dax Harwood and Cash Wheeler head to the ring. They shake The Acclaimed’s hands, then walk off.
Jarrett and Lethal then get in the ring as Private Party and Matt Hardy head to the ring.
Jay Lethal and Jeff Jarrett vs. Private Party
Lethal and Kassidy begin the action. The bell rings and the two lock up. They exchange submissions before Kassidy delivers an arm drag. Lethal beats down Kassidy, then tags in Jarrett. Jarrett delivers a right hand to Kassidy, but Kassidy fires back and tags in Quen. Quen beats down Jarrett, then tags Kassidy back in.
Back from the break, Kassidy delivers a back body drop. Quen tags in and delivers a drop kick. Private Party hits the Silly String, but Jarrett gets the upper hand and beats him down. Lethal tags in and delivers the Lethal Injection for the win.
Winners: Jay Lethal and Jeff Jarrett
We Hear From Saraya
We head backstage to Saraya and Renee Paquette. Paquette asks Saraya how she’s feeling two weeks after her Full Gear match, and Saraya says it was crazy and bizarre. She says she feels incredible. Paquette asks what it was like to have her family there, and she says he was there for her and has been since the beginning. She says she was proud he was there. Paquette asks what her big takeaway was and she says it was a big moment for all women in AEW, as there were three matches from the women’s division. She says she’s gunning for the AEW Women’s Championship.
Athena then heads to the ring, with Dani Mo already waiting inside.
Athena vs. Dani Mo
The bell rings and Athena clocks her with a vicious forearm. She delivers a pair of suplexes, then goes for a pin but pulls her up. She gets in the referee’s face, allowing Mo to roll her up. Athena kicks out and Mo hits a roundhouse kick. Athena fires back with several right hands and a knee across her chest, then gets her up and delivers Wrath of the Goddess for the win.
After the match, Athena sends Mo out of the ring. She tosses her into the barricade and the ring steps before officials tell her to go to the back. She doesn’t listen and delivers a meteora to Mo.
We then head to a video of AEW’s newest acquisition, Juice Robinson, introducing himself and challenging Samoa Joe to a match at Final Battle for the ROH Television Championship.
Back from the break, commentary announces the card for next weeks “Dynamite” and “Rampage”.
The Factory heads to the ring, followed by Orange Cassidy, Best Friends, and Danhausen with the Lumberjacks already surrounding the ring.
Orange Cassidy (c) vs. QT Marshall In A Lumberjack Match for the All-Atlantic Championship
The bell rings and Cassidy puts his hands in his pocket. He delivers a drop kick and Marshall rolls to the outside. The lumberjacks toss him back into the ring before Marshall throws him to the outside. Cassidy delivers his signature kicks to the lumberjacks before Marshall tosses him back in the ring and delivers a backbreaker. Marshall tosses Cassidy back to the outside once again near Matt Hardy, and Ethan Page orders him to beat him down. Hardy helps him back inside and Page ejects him from ringside. Private Party wants to go with him, but Page tells them to stay put.
Back from the break, Marshall sends Cassidy’s head repeatedly into the top turnbuckle. He goes for a pin, but Marshall kicks out. The Factory gets into the ring, but Best Friends clothesline them over the top rope and deliver a crossbody over the top. Marshall tags advantage and delivers a handspring cutter, but Cassidy manages to hit the Stun Dog Millionaire. Marshall delivers a vicious right hand, but Cassidy hits a hurricanrana and a Tornado DDT. Marshall knocks Cassidy onto the apron and looks for a Piledriver, but Danhausen curses him. Marshal flips him off, and The Factory pulls him off the apron. The lumberjacks begin to brawl as Cassidy delivers the Beach Break and takes out all the lumberjacks. Penelope Ford comes to the ring and distracts the referee as Sabian appears behind Cassidy and pushes him off the top. Marshall catches him with the Diamond Cutter, then goes for a pin but Marshall kicks out. Cassidy manages to hit the Orange Punch and a second Beach Break for the win.
Winner (and still): Orange Cassidy
After the match, Cassidy hits Sabian with a tope suicida and the two men brawl to the back as the lumberjacks brawl amongst themselves. Josh Woods and Tony Nese beat down Isiah Kassidy and Ortiz in the ring before the lights go out and when they come back on, the House of Black appears. Malakai Black and Buddy Matthews beat down everyone in the ring as Brody King takes out everyone at ringside and gets in the ring. Matthews and King look for Dante’s Inferno on Ortiz, but Black tells them not to hit it on him. They hit it on Serpentico instead and continue to beat everyone down on the outside as the show goes off the air.