It was another “super-sized” episode of Dark. Eleven matches dragged after a while but there was some solid action throughout the night.
Capital Vices: Sin and Money and Jon Cruz vs. Jurassic Express: Marko Stunt, Jungle Boy, and Luchasaurus: Jurassic Express scored a big win with the Extinction Level Event.
SCU: Frankie Kazarian and “the Fallen Angel” Christopher Daniels vs. Brandon Cutler and “the Librarian” Peter Avalon w/ “the Librarian” Leva Bates: Avalon and Cutler gave SCU more of a fight than expected, but eventually fell to a Celebrity Rehab.
Dani Jordyn vs. Big Swole: Jordyn took a Dirty Dancing to the jaw that put her down for three.
David Ali vs. “The Murderhawk Monster” Lance Archer w/ Jake Roberts: Archer could have ended the match whenever he wanted but made sure to cause as much brutality as possible before dropping Ali with the EBD Claw.
“The Concrete Rose” Sonny Kiss and “the Bad Boy” Joey Janela vs. Musa and “the Captain” Shawn Dean: Janela and Kiss have great chemistry as a team and are on a roll, scoring the win with a Splitting Splash from the Concrete Rose.
Red Velvet and Kenzie Paige vs. Allie w/ QT Marshall” and Brandi Rhodes w/ “The Natural” Dustin Rhodes: Allie feigned a leg injury to let Brandi do all the work and then tagged herself in to steal the pinfall.
Lee Johnson vs. Shawn Spears w/ Tully Blanchard: Spears newfound aggression thanks to his new accessory has paid dividends. The Chairman locked in a Scorpion Deathlock to secure the submission victory.
Brady Pierce and John Skylar vs. Dark Order: Evil Uno and Stu Grayson: Grayson and Uno put their opponents down with Fatality for the rest of Dark Order and a round of applause from Mr. Brodie Lee.
Griff Garrison vs. Jimmy Havoc: Havoc’s sadistic nature was on full display, adding insult to injury by following up an Acid Rainmaker with Sing the Sorrow to put Garrison away.
Skylar Moore vs. Penelope Ford w/ “Superbad” Kip Sabian: Ford had a strong showing, scoring the pinfall victory with the Bridging Fisherman’s Suplex.
Scorpio Sky vs. Robert Anthony: Anthony had the best showing of his AEW career so far, but fell to a TKO from Sky to end a fantastic match.