After the usual greetings from Taz and Exacalibur at the commentary table, we start with the first match of the evening: an angry Eddie Kingston confronts Jake Hager, a member of the Jericho Appreciation Society. Eddie Kingston vs Jake Hager.
The two are given a lot of reason and, despite the physical difference, Eddie Kingston wins after a powerful powerbomb and two spinning backfists. A great personal revenge after what happened to Double or Nothing. The cameras move backstage where we find Tony Schiavone together with Britt Baker, Rebel and Jamie Hayter.
The former AEW World Women's Champion takes the floor and turns to Toni Storm, guilty of having turned her attention to the belt currently held by Thunder Roda. The two powerhouses clashed in the middle of the ring to start things off.
Nyla Rose took the early advantage with a drop toehold and a dropkick. Max The Impaler tried to make a comeback, but Rose stopped her in her tracks. The latter went for the Beast Bomb, but The Impaler countered with a back body drop.
Nyla Rose def. Max The Impaler
Toward the end of the match, Nyla Rose put Max The Impaler on the top turnbuckle and followed up with Beast Bomb to get the victory. Britt invites her to be careful, stating that the next champion will be a member of her stable, Team DMD.
Satnam Singh & Jay Lethal (with Sonjay Dutt) vs. Davey Vega & Mat Fitchett. Practically a one-way tag team match dominated by the Indian-born wrestler and Jay Lethal, who hits the mark with the licensed Lethal Injection.
At the end of the match the two rage on the unfortunate Fitchett. Backstage curtain with Hook and Danahusen, who have now become a real tag team after what happened to Double or Nothing. Currently, the Hall of Famer is a ‘free agent’ as his current contract with WWE expired at the recent PPV.
Interestingly, AEW President Tony Khan is also making his way around the pro-wrestling industry. Multiple reports suggest that the AEW President is about to give a ‘massive update.’ “Possibly my final mission in the wrestling world.
As you can tell I’m quite weary from the long flight as I stated that we are in Riyadh when in fact we are in Jeddah. Kind of a bittersweet trip as it may be my last here as a performer”. he wrote. AEW President Tony Khan recently signed former NXT Champion, Keith Lee.
The entire pro-wrestling industry was shocked by this move; however, it looks like Khan is circling his way around to make one more ‘massive update’.