AEW x NJPW Forbidden Door 2024 Results

AEW x NJPW Forbidden Door 2024 Results

AEW x NJPW Forbidden Door 2024 Results – We are live from the UBS Arena in Elmont, NY, where Renee Paquette welcomes us to the official pre-show for tonight’s AEW, NJPW, CMLL and STARDOM co-promoted event.

Backstage, The Acclaimed and Daddy Ass talk about their match alongside Hiroshi Tanahashi against The Young Bucks and Kazuchika Okada. Back inside the arena, we shoot back to the pre-show panel, who are joined by Amanda Huber and -1 to talk about the new Reebok shoe dedicated to the late Mr. Brodie Lee (Jon Huber).

Serpentico vs. Kyle Fletcher

Inside the arena, Excalibur, Nigel McGuinness and Matt Menard welcome us in at ringside as Serpentico’s theme hits to bring him out for our first match on the pre-show. Out next is his opponent, Kyle Fletcher. As he comes to the ring, we see footage of him losing the ROH TV title to Atlantis Jr. at the CMLL show at Arena Mexico.

The bell sounds and we’re officially off-and-running with this one. Fletcher charges across the ring and blasts Serpentico with a big boot to the face. He follows up by going to work on him with kicks and stomps in the corner of the ring.

Serpentico tries to fight back, but Fletcher overwhelms him with another onslaught, ending with a long stalled suplex. He hits a tombstone pile driver but decides against pinning him. He takes him up to the top rope and hits a stalled buckle brain-buster for the pin fall victory.

Winner: Kyle Fletcher

Malakai Black & Brody King vs. Isiah Kassidy & Marq Quen vs. Gabe Kidd & Roderick Strong vs. Tomohiro Ishii & Kyle O’Reilly

Malakai Black and Kyle O’Reilly get things started as the first two legal men in the ring. They trade a variety of kicks before landing at the same time a few times in a row. They hit the mat and the two trade submission attempts and reversals. O’Reilly hits a knee off the ropes and tags in Ishii.

Ishii and Brody King go at it as the crowd goes ballistic. Clearly seeing the two big boys colliding is what they were waiting for in this one. After the others in the bout get a few moments to shine, it comes down to Private Party and The Kings of the Black Throne trading high spots in the ring until King and Black get the pin.

Winners: Malakai Black & Brody King

Kris Statlander & Momo Watanabe vs. Willow Nightingale & Tam Nakano

Nightingale starts things off and calls for Statlander to do the same, but when she won’t, Nightingale tags in Nakano. When she does that, suddenly Statlander is willing to tag in and she does, starting things off with Nakano. She takes Nakano down and hits the double biceps pose.

Willow finally tags in, so Kris quickly tags out. Hathaway distracts the referee, allowing Watanabe to take over on offense for her team. She tags Statlander back in, who picks up where she left off, taking it to Nakano. Things build until Nightingale finally gets the hot tag.

For the first time, she gets her hands on her former friend turned rival Statlander. Statlander eats some shots from Willow and then quickly tags back out, which brings Watanabe in to endure more punishment from Nightingale. She ends up taking over and Statlander tags in.

Statlander picks the bones of the already beaten down Willow until Nakano tags back in. Nightingale and Nakano go for the Doomsday Device off the ropes, but it is countered. Nightingale ends up hitting an Avalanche Death Valley Driver off the ropes for a super close near fall attempt.

Watanabe hits a modified Styles Clash for a super close near fall of her own on Willow moments later. Willow fights back and hits a pounce on Watanabe before clotheslining Statlander over the top-rope. Nightingale splashes onto Kris on the floor after tagging Nakano in. Nakano hits a hammer-lock German suplex into a bridge for the pin fall victory.

Winners: Willow Nightingale & Tam Nakano

Owen Hart Foundation Women’s Tournament
Saraya vs. Mariah May

We see some basic back-and-forth action, with Saraya largely in the offensive driver’s seat throughout. Hikaru Shida is shown watching on backstage. Harley hops on the apron for a distraction, but Storm comes over and beats her down.

May is distracted by this and almost finished off by Saraya, but she gets her hand on the ropes just in time before the count of three. May then gets a roll-up out of nowhere for the win. She will now move on to face Shida in the semifinals. Mina Shirakawa comes outto celebrate with May, and has a pull-apart with Storm.

Winner and ADVANCING in the Owen Hart Foundation Women’s Tournament: Mariah May

Yota Tsuji, Titan & Hiromu Takahashi vs. Penta El Zero Miedo, Rey Fenix & Mistico

Fenix and Titan kick things off for their respective teams. After they brawl briefly, we see a series of tags and hot spots that brings everyone in the building to their feet. Multiple wild spots elicit “This is Awesome!” chants.

Things wrap up when Penta hits a Fear Factor with Fenix hitting a stomp off the top at the same time. Mistico follows up with his armbar for the win in an excellent pre-show main event. Excalibur and Nigel McGuinness run down the lineup for the pay-per-view as the match graphics flash across the screen and then the pre-show wraps up shortly afterwards.

Winners: Penta El Zero Miedo, Rey Fenix & Mistico

AEW x NJPW Forbidden Door 2024 Results

Excalibur, Nigel McGuinness and Taz welcome us to the show. The theme for Hechicero hits and out comes the big masked man to kick things off with our first pay-per-view match of the evening.

After he settles inside the squared circle, we get a slight delay and then the familiar sounds of MJF’s entrance tune hits. Out comes Maxwell Jacob Friedman to an absolutely explosive crowd reaction from his hometown fans here in the Long Island area. MJF takes a page out of Cody Rhodes’ book and hops on some fans for quick crowd surfing. He didn’t really move, though.

Hechicero vs. MJF

Inside the ring, MJF soaks up the hometown atmosphere some more and then the bell sounds to get this one officially off-and-running. The Long Island crowd chants “He’s our scumbag!” as MJF settles into the early offensive lead, stopping for some goofy comedy spots and routines as always in the early goings.

Hechicero lands a boot on MJF’s midsection. He looks to land a cross arm bar on MJF, but MJF avoids it and offers his hand to Hechicero. Hechicero shakes it, but MJF responds with a boot to his midsection. Hechicero uses the referee as a shield, then dumps MJF to the outside.

MJF sends Hechicero crashing into the barricade twice, then sits him in a chair and lands a running knee on Hechicero. He dumps Hechicero back inside the ring, but Hechicero sends his arm bouncing off the top rope and stomps on it. He wears it down with an arm submission, then lands a Tornado on MJF. He follows it up with a tilt-a-whirl backbreaker and an elbow drop, then lands a jumping knee on him in the corner.

MJF lands a back body drop on Hechicero, then connects with a piledriver. Hechicero lands a dropkick on MJF, then looks to cinch in a cross arm bar. MJF transitions into the Salt Of The Earth Arm Bar, but Hechicero avoids it by transitioning into a pinfall. MJF kicks out, and Hechicero locks in a cross arm bar. MJF escapes by getting his foot on the bottom rope before he and Hechicero level one another with clotheslines.

MJF rains down right hands on Hechicero, then bites him and lands the Panama Sunrise. He follows it up with a Sheer Drop Brainbuster for the win.

Winner: MJF

The Young Bucks & Kazuchika Okada vs. The Acclaimed & Hiroshi Tanahashi

Caster and Okada begin the action. The bell rings and Okada clocks Tanahashi on the apron. Tanahashi tags in, but Okada tags out to Nicholas. Nicholas and Tanahashi lock up, and Tanahashi lands a springboard crossbody on Nicholas. Bowens tags in and locks up with Nicholas, then fires off a couple kicks on his face and follows it up with a snapmare. Bowens rolls up Nicholas, but Nicholas kicks out. Caster tags in and double teams on Nicholas with Bowens. Caster bodyslams Nicholas and an interfering Matthew, then holds them both in place with Tanahashi as Bowens delivers the Scissor Me Timbers.

Okada makes the blind tag in, and The Elite deliver a triple enzuigiri to Caster. Okada follows it up with a shoulderbreaker before Matthew tags in. Nicholas locks Caster in a Camel Clutch as Matthew runs the ropes several times, then tags in Okada. Okada delivers a running basement dropkick to Caster, then whips him into the corner. Nicholas tags in and sits Caster on the top rope, but Caster bites Nicholas and lands a crossbody on him off the middle rope.

Okada tags in and Caster lands a jawbreaker on him. Matthew tags in, and Caster lands a back body drop on him. Bowens tags in and double teams on The Young Bucks. He delivers a Famouser to Nicholas, then gets Matthew up on his shoulders and sends him crashing into the mat. He goes for a pin, but Nicholas breaks the fall. Caster goes after Matthew, then levels him as Bowens does the same thing to Matthew.

Okada and Tanahashi tag in, and Tanahashi lands a pair of strikes on Okada. He follows it up with a bodyslam and a senton off the ropes, then delivers a Dragon Screw to Okada’s leg and locks in a Texas Cloverleaf. Nicholas breaks the fall, and Caster levels him. Tanahashi ascends to the top and delivers a splash to Okada. The Bucks land superkicks on Bowens and Caster, then land one each on Tanahashi.

Okada delivers an elbow drop off the ropes to Tanahashi, but Tanahashi rolls him up. Okada kicks out, then delivers a Dragon Screw to Nicholas and runs the ropes. Okada catches Tanahashi with a dropkick, then lands the Rainmaker for the win.

Winners: The Elite

Owen Hart Foundation Men’s Tournament
Bryan Danielson vs. Shingo Takagi

The bell rings and the two lock up. They take turns wearing one another down with submission holds before Danielson wears down Takagi with a Bow and Arrow. Takagi lands a shoulder tackle on Danielson. He follows it up with an elbow drop and a senton and a dropkick that sends Takagi crashing out of the ring, then connects with a tope suicida. Takagi responds with a twisting neckbreaker to Danielson off the ring apron.

Takagi delivers a jumping knee to Danielson, then lands a series of strikes on him. Danielson lands a roundhouse kick on Takagi’s head, and the two exchange chops and uppercuts with one another. Danielson delivers a low German suplex to Takagi, then lands a kick on him and ascends to the top. Takagi fires off chops on him and joins him up there, but Danielson trips him and rains down Hammer and Anvil Elbows on him. He then delivers a back suplex to him off the middle rope and goes for a pin, but Takagi kicks out.

Danielson connects with The Yes Kicks on Takagi, then looks to cinch in a cross arm breaker. Danielson blocks it and Danielson transitions into a Triangle. Takagi counters into a powerslam to escape, then delivers a lariat to Danielson in the corner and a superplex off the top. Takagi lands a sliding lariat on Danielson and goes for a pin, but Danielson kicks out. Takagi then lands a lariat on Danielson and connects with Made In Japan, then goes for a pin but Danielson kicks out once again.

Takagi rains down more Hammer and Anvil Elbows on Danielson, but Danielson cinches in a Fujiwara Arm Bar on Takagi. He looks to transition into the LeBell Lock, but Takagi avoids it. Takagi gets Danielson up on his shoulders, but Danielson escapes and lands a kick on Takagi. Danielson then connects with a suplex on Takagi and follows it up with the Busaiku Knee, then goes for a pin. Takagi kicks out.

Danielson fires off stomps on Takagi and locks in a Triangle on Danielson. Takagi makes his way up to his feet, but Danielson transitions into a Fujiwara Arm Bar. Takagi fades.

Winner: Bryan Danielson

After the match, Danielson pays his respects to Takagi.

AEW Women’s World Championship
“Timeless” Toni Storm (C) vs. Mina Shirakawa

Before the match, May gives Storm and Shirakawa a bunch of flowers each. The bell rings and the two lock up. Storm fires off right hands on Shirakawa, then levels her and lands an overhand double chop on her. Shirakawa then delivers a baseball dropkick to Storm, then drives her knees into the mat and cinches in a Figure Four Leg Lock on her using the ring post.

Shirakawa drives Storm’s knee onto the floor, then gets her back in the ring and uses the ring rope to wear down her knee further. She then lands a dropkick on her knee, then connects with a suplex and lands a Hip Attack that sends her crashing out of the ring. She looks to land a second one on Shirakawa, but Shirakawa moves out of the way and Storm collides with the ring post.

Shirakawa delivers a crossbody to Storm on the outside off the ropes before she trips her in the ring with a kick and gets her up in an Electric Chair position. She sends her crashing into the mat and cinches into a Figure Four Leg Lock. Storm reverses the submission hold, but Shirakawa reverses it once again.

Storm and Shirakawa exchange forearms with one another, but Shirakawa connects with a rolling elbow on Storm and ascends to the top. Storm joins her up there and the two exchange strikes before Shirakawa lands a diving DDT on Storm and lands a second DDT. She goes for a pin, but Storm kicks out. Storm delivers a German suplex to Shirakawa, then connects with a Hip Attack on her in the corner. Shirakawa pins Storm, but Storm kicks out and lands a boot on Shirakawa. Shirakawa lands a back fist and a rolling elbow, then lands a Falcon Arrow and goes for a pin. Storm kicks out.

Shirakawa lands a roundhouse kick on Storm, but Storm rolls her up. Shirakawa kicks out and Storm lands a German suplex on her, then delivers Storm Zero for the win.

Winner (and still): Toni Storm

After the match, May joins Storm in the ring as she still looks torn up about what just happened. Storm helps up Shirakawa, but Shirakawa pulls away from her. She offers her hand to Storm, and Storm shakes it. Storm and Shirakawa then hug one another and both kiss May.

Zack Sabre Jr. vs. Orange Cassidy

They take turns locking one another in submission holds before Cassidy lands an arm drag on Sabre Jr. from the apron. Cassidy and Sabre Jr. then take turns rolling up one another, but Sabre Jr. delivers a neck crank to Cassidy and follows it up with an uppercut. He locks in a Boston Crab, then transitions into another submission.

Sabre Jr. mocks Cassidy by landing his signature kicks on him, then connects with a second neck crank. Cassidy responds with a Dragon Screw on Sabre Jr., then lands a tope suicida and delivers two more Dragon Screws. He gets Sabre Jr. back inside the ring and lands a fourth Dragon Screw, then looks to land Stun Dog Millionaire. Sabre Jr. avoids it and Cassidy sends him crashing into the mat.

Cassidy delivers a diving DDT to Sabre Jr. and goes for a pin, but Sabre Jr. kicks out. Sabre Jr. delivers a boot to Cassidy’s forearm, then begins wearing down his wrist. Sabre Jr. locks in an Arm Bar, but Cassidy fires off strikes on Sabre Jr.’s knee and locks in a Texas Cloverleaf. Sabre Jr. escapes and continues wearing down Cassidy’s wrist.

Cassidy lands Beach Break on Sabre Jr. and goes for a pin, but Sabre Jr. kicks out. Cassidy lands an Orange Punch, but Sabre Jr. comes back and levels Cassidy. Cassidy and Sabre Jr. then take turns pinning one another, and Sabre Jr. locks in a full body submission on Cassidy. Cassidy taps out.

Winner: Zack Sabre Jr.

Chris Jericho, Big Bill & Jeff Cobb vs. Samoa Joe, Katsuyori Shibata & HOOK

Bill and Shibata begin the action. The bell rings and Shibata fires off forearms on Bill. Bill intercepts him with an open palm strike and a boot, then lands a Brainbuster and tags in Jericho. Shibata fires off several chops on Jericho, then tags in HOOK. HOOK rains down right hands on Jericho, then sends him crashing into the top turnbuckle.

Cobb and Joe tag in, and Joe runs Cobb over with a shoulder tackle. He fires off right hands on Cobb, then whips him into the corner and lands an enzuigiri. He fires off more right hands on him, but Cobb sends him crashing into the mat with a chokeslam and tags in Bill. Bill rains down right hands on Joe, then tags in Jericho. Cobb tags in, and Jericho holds Joe in place as Cobb fires off a few strikes on him. HOOK tags in and dumps Bill out of the ring, but Bryan Keith distracts him and Cobb takes advantage. He lands a chop on HOOK, then tags in Jericho.

Jericho jams his knee into HOOK’s neck and Bill fires off right hands on him from the apron as the referee is distracted. Bill tags back in and lands a bodyslam on HOOK, then lands a pair of elbow drops on him and tags in Cobb. Cobb lands a standing moonsault, but Shibata tags in and fires off chops on Cobb. Cobb lands a Fallaway Slam on Shibata, then tags in Jericho. Jericho looks to land a Lionsault, but Shibata gets his knees up as Bill sends Joe crashing into the barricade. HOOK flies off the top to level Joe.

Jericho locks in the Walls of Jericho on Shibata, but HOOK tags in and double teams on Jericho with Joe. Bill and Cobb take down Joe and HOOK, but Shibata levels Bill. Cobb takes out Shibata, and HOOK lands a T-Bone suplex on Cobb. Jericho lands a Codebreaker on HOOK, but HOOK locks in Redrum on Jericho as Shibata and Joe lock in Sleepers on Bill and Cobb. Jericho rolls up HOOK, but HOOK escapes and lands the Judas Effect on Jericho for the win.

Winners: HOOK, Samoa Joe and Katsuyori Shibata

TNT Championship Ladder Match
Mark Briscoe vs. Konosuke Takeshita vs. Jack Perry vs. Dante Martin vs. Lio Rush vs. El Phantasmo

Now the pre-match video package airs to tell the story leading up to our next match of the evening, which is our second championship contest of the evening. The package wraps up and it’s time to find out who is going to become the brand new TNT Champion, as the vacant belt will go home with someone when this one is said-and-done.

“Reach for the sky, boy!” hits and out comes ROH World Champion Mark Briscoe first to the ring for this highly-anticipated, high stakes ladder match for the vacant TNT Championship that former champion Adam Copeland was stripped of after suffering an injury in the Barbed Wire Steel Cage match against Malakai Black.

After Konosuke Takeshita, Dante Martin, Lio Rush and El Phantasmo make their respective ring walks after Briscoe, “The Scapegoat” Jack Perry comes out last and heads to the ring.

The bell rings and Takeshita levels Perry with a headbutt. Everyone else then goes after Takeshita and lands strikes on him in the corner, then each grab a ladder. ELP, Briscoe, Martin, and Rush then all grab ladders and hit each other with them. ELP and Martin brawl on the outside as Briscoe and Rush do the same. Rush uses a chair to fly, but Briscoe intercepts him.

Briscoe grabs a table from under the ring and sets up one leg of it. Perry sets up a ladder in the ring and climbs it, but Rush pulls him down and ascends up it. Perry lands a stomp on Rush in the corner, then sets up a ladder in the opposite corner. Rush sends Perry crashing into the ladder, then lands a kick on him and levels Briscoe with a second ladder. ELP gets Rush on his shoulders and sends him crashing through a ladder. Martin ascends up a ladder, but ELP intercepts him and gets him up on his shoulders. Martin escapes and lands a jumping knee.

Takeshita lands a Brainbuster on the side of a ladder, and Briscoe tosses a ladder on Rush. He sets Takeshita up on the table on the outside, then places a ladder on top of him and grabs a chair. He then flies to send Takeshita crashing through the table. Perry ascends up a ladder looking to grab the TNT Championship, but Rush pulls him down. Perry then sets up a ladder between the corner and the one set up into the ring. ELP meets Perry up on top of the ladder that’s set up and sends Perry crashing off it. Martin jumps over Perry to join ELP on top of the ladder, but Perry sends both men crashing off the ladder.

Perry grabs another table from under the ring and sets it up on the outside. He looks to send Rush through it, but Rush escapes. Martin lands a dropkick on Perry, then sets Perry up the table and fires off right hands on him. Briscoe ascends to the top of a ladder, then delivers a splash to Perry on the table. Martin sets up a ladder and climbs it, but Rush joins him up there. The pair look to grab the TNT Championship, but Takeshita pulls down Martin and connects with a powerbomb.

Takeshita powerbombs Rush on top of a ladder, then climbs up one that’s already set up. ELP lands a pair of superkicks on Takeshita, but Takeshita rocks him with a knee and lands the Blue Thunder Bomb on him through a pair of tables set up on the outside. Takeshita ascends up the ladder, but Briscoe cracks a chair across his spine to stop him. He sets up a ladder in the corner, then sends Takeshita crashing through it. Briscoe ascends up the ladder, but Perry uses a second ladder to send Briscoe crashing off it. He then cracks a chair repeatedly across Briscoe’s spine, then climbs the ladder to grab the TNT Championship.

Winner (and new): Jack Perry

TBS & NJPW STRONG Women’s Championships
Mercedes Mone (C) vs. Stephanie Vaquer (C)

Vaquer lands a headbutt on Mone. The bell rings and Mone lands a Monkey Flip on Vaquer. She fires off right hands on her, then sends her crashing into the corner and lands a double arm drag on her. Vaquer delivers an arm drag to Mone off the top rope, but Mone responds with one of her own and delivers a tijeras to Vaquer on the outside under the bottom rope. She gets Vaquer back in the ring and delivers a meteora off the bottom rope, then looks to land a Tornado DDT on Vaquer on the outside off the ring apron.

Vaquer intercepts Mone, then delivers Sole Food on her through the ropes and lands a knee off the turnbuckle. She lands a crossbody off the top rope to level Mone on the outside, then gets her back inside the ring and fires off boots on her. She goes for a pin, but Mone kicks out.

Mone lands a boot on Vaquer, then connects with a suplex. Vaquer locks in a full body submission on Mone, then sends her head repeatedly crashing into the mat. Vaquer looks to fly off the ropes, but Mone sees her coming. She then lands a Tornado DDT on Vaquer, but Vaquer connects with a leg drop on Mone. She looks to land a second one, but Mone avoids it.

Vaquer intercepts Mone with a neckbreaker, and both women then kip up. They fire off forearms on one another before Vaquer rolls up Mone. Mone kicks out, and Vaquer transitions into a crossface. Mone locks in one of her own, but Vaquer then catches Mone with a gutbuster. Mone lands a pair of backstabbers and ascends to the top rope, then looks to fly. Vaquer gets her feet up and lands a pair of double knees on her in the corner. She goes for a pin, but Mone kicks out.

Mone locks in a crossface on Vaquer, but Vaquer escapes with a jackknife pin. Mone escapes and lands the Mone Maker, then locks in a crossface on Vaquer. Vaquer taps out.

Winner (and still TBS Champion/new NJPW STRONG Women’s Champion): Mercedes Mone

After the match, Britt Baker’s music hits and she makes her way down to the ring to put Mone on notice.

– January 5, 2025 at the Tokyo Dome in Japan is when the AEW Wrestle Dream pay-per-view wiil take place, as we learn in a video package that premieres before the next title match of the evening.

IWGP World Heavyweight Championship
Jon Moxley (C) vs. Tetsuya Naito

Jim Ross takies his seat alongside Excalibur and Taz for this, our co-main event of the evening.

The bell rings and the two waste no time firing off forearm strikes on one another. Moxley delivers a series of stomps to Naito in the corner, but Naito catches him with a boot. Moxley sends Naito’s leg bouncing off the ring post, then thumbs his eye and sends the same leg of Naito’s bouncing off the ring post once again.

Moxley sends Naito crashing on top of the announce desk, then rains down right hands on him. He locks in a Half Boston Crab on Naito back inside the ring, then transitions into a crossface. Naito makes his way over to the bottom rope to break the hold, then connects with a piledriver on him and goes for a pin. Naito kicks out and Moxley rains down right hands on him. He connects with a suplex on Naito and goes for a pin, but Naito kicks out.

Moxley sits Naito on the top rope and rakes his back. Naito pushes Moxley off the top rope, then sends him crashing between the commentary desk and the barricade near the timekeeper’s area. The pair get back in the ring, and Naito lands a kick on Moxley. He connects with a neckbreaker on him, then goes for a pin. Moxley kicks out and sends Naito crashing into the mat.

Naito rolls up Moxley, but Moxley kicks out. Moxley powerbombs Naito off the middle rope. Naito lands a Tornado DDT on Moxley, then uses the ropes to level Moxley. Moxley locks in a sleeper on Naito, but Naito sends Moxley crashing into the corner face first. Moxley connects with a double underhook on Naito, and the two exchange strikes with one another.

Moxley runs over Naito with a clothesline, then connects with Death Rider and goes for a pin. Naito kicks out, and Moxley gets in the referee’s face. Moxley then grabs a chair and sets it up, then looks to land Death Rider on Naito through it, but before he can, the referee grabs the chair. Moxley lands a boot on Naito’s head, but Naito sends Moxley crashing into the mat and lands a Sliced Bread on him for the win.

Winner (and new): Tetsuya Naito

AEW World Championship
Swerve Strickland (C) vs. Will Ospreay (C)

A cool pre-entrance video montage plays with various NJPW footage of Jushin Thunder Liger and many others, which the commentators point out were influential, game-changing type performers, just like the man whose theme hits after it wraps up, Will Ospreay. The AEW International Champion emerges and heads to the ring to a big rock star crowd reaction.

The bell rings and the two lock up. They exchange forearm strikes and kicks with one another before Ospreay fires off chops on Strickland in the corner. Strickland and Ospreay look to land boots on one another, but both intercept the other’s boot. Ospreay then delivers a crossbody over the top rope to level Strickland on the outside, then connects with a chop and a forearm. He fires off right hands on Strickland through the bottom rope, then lands a running kick on him.

Strickland and Ospreay get back inside the ring, and Ospreay ascends to the top. Strickland trips him and flies to level him, then he lands a series of neckbreakers on him (the last of which being through the middle rope). Strickland and Ospreay end up back on the outside and Ospreay looks to fly off the barricade. Strickland catches him, then looks to send him crashing into the barricade. Ospreay catches Strickland with a hurricanrana.

The pair get back inside the ring, and Ospreay takes down Strickland. Strickland connects with a backbreaker on Ospreay before he sends him crashing into the mat and looks to lock in a cross arm breaker. Ospreay blocks it and makes his way over to the bottom rope to force Strickland to relinquish the hold.

Strickland fires off kicks on Ospreay, and the two exchange forearms. Ospreay then lands a Styles Clash on Strickland and goes for a pin, but Strickland kicks out. We see Daniel Garcia watching the action from the crowd as Strickland lands a knee on Ospreay. Strickland then delivers a T-Bone suplex on Ospreay off the top and goes for a pin, but Ospreay kicks out.

Ospreay looks to land the Os-Cutter on Strickland, but Strickland sees him coming and ascends to the top. He lands a Swerve Stomp on Ospreay that sends him crashing into the announce desk, then connects with a piledriver on him on top of the barricade. He gets Ospreay back in the ring and sends him crashing into the mat, then goes for a pin. Ospreay kicks out.

Strickland ascends to the top, but Ospreay trips him and joins him up there. He lands an Os-Cutter off the top, then lands a second one and goes for a pin. Strickland kicks out and Ospreay connects with Hidden Blade. Strickland avoids it and Ospreay looks to land another Os-Cutter, but Strickland sees him coming. Ospreay then manages to land another Os-Cutter and Stormbreaker before he goes for a pin.

Strickland kicks out as we see MJF watch the action from backstage. Ospreay looks to land Stormbreaker once again, but Strickland avoids it. Strickland then lands Hidden Blade and loos to land the Swerve Stomp, but Ospreay avoids it and looks to land Hidden Blade. Ospreay accidentally collides with the referee, and Strickland lands a poisonrana on Ospreay. Ospreay responds with a Hidden Blade and pins Strickland, but there’s no referee to count the fall.

Don Callis appears at ringside and hands his client a screwdriver. Ospreay takes it, but Nana clocks Callis. Ospreay looks to use the screwdriver on Nana, but reconsiders it and throws it away. When he slides back in the ring, Strickland is waiting with House Call. He follows it up with Swerve Stomp as another referee shows up. Strickland goes for a pin, but Ospreay kicks out. Strickland then lands a second House Call and goes for a pin, but Ospreay manages to kick out. Strickland then lands a third House Call and the JML Driver for the win.

Winner (and still): Swerve Strickland

After the match, Strickland shows his respect to Ospreay as Kyle Fletcher appears at ringside. Fletcher hugs Ospreay, and Strickland celebrates another successful defense of the AEW World Championship as the show goes off the air.

–– Here is what’s in store for the PPV ––

AEW World Championship
Swerve Strickland (c) vs. Will Ospreay

IWGP World Heavyweight Championship
Jon Moxley (c) vs. Tetsuya Naito

AEW TNT Championship Ladder Match
Konosuke Takeshita vs. Mark Briscoe vs. Jack Perry vs. Lio Rush vs. Dante Martin vs. El Phantasmo

TBS Championship/NJPW STRONG Women’s Championship
Mercedes Mone (c) vs. Stephanie Vaquer (c)

AEW Women’s World Championship
Toni Storm (c) vs. Mina Shirakawa

Zack Sabre Jr vs. Orange Cassidy

MJF vs. Hechicero

Jeff Cobb, Chris Jericho, & Big Bill vs. Samoa Joe, HOOK, & Katsuyori Shibata

Owen Hart Cup Tournament First Round Match
Bryan Danielson vs. Shingo Takagi

The Elite (Kazuchika Okada & The Young Bucks) vs. Scissor Ace (The Acclaimed & Hiroshi Tanahashi)

Zero Hour
Kris Statlander & Momo Watanabe vs. Willow Nightingale & Tam Nakano

Women’s Owen Hart Foundation Quarterfinal
Mariah May vs. Saraya

Lucha Bros (Penta El Zero Miedo & Rey Fenix) & Mistico vs. Los Ingobernables de Japon (Hiromu Takahashi, Yota Tsuji, & Titan)

Kyle O’Reilly & Tomohiro Ishii vs. Gabe Kidd & Roderick Strong vs. Private Party (Isiah Kassidy & Marq Quen) vs. House Of Black (Brody King & Malakai Black)

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