AEW Dark Results: A Massive Card

Eleven great matches with no breathing room between them. 


Fuego Del Sol and Rembrandt Lewis vs. Dark Order: Evil Uno and Stu Grayson w/ Dark Order: Grayson broke Del Sol in half with a Nightfall Backbreaker and fed him to Uno for an Inside Out Flatliner and the pinfall victory. 

“Absolute” Ricky Starks vs. “The Fallen Angel” Christopher Daniels: Starks took the vet to his limit and then picked up the shock win with a Spear. 

Puf and Calvin Stewart vs. The Butcher and The Blade w/ Eddie Kingston: BnB got straight to the beating. Puf tagged Stewart in and Butch capitalized with Full Death for the win.

Serpentico w/ Luther vs. Will Hobbs: Serpentico gave #Willpower the room to flatten him with an earth-shattering Spinebuster for his third win in AEW.

Dontae Smiley and Maxx Stardom vs. The Lucha Bros.: Penta El Zero M. and Rey Fenix w/ Eddie Kingston: Stardom spent most of the match getting mugged. Lucha Bros. decided to be merciful and put him away with an assisted Package Piledriver.

Ryzin and Xander Gold vs. Dark Order: Five and Ten w/ Dark Order: Five and Ten’s cohesion won them the match. Ten set Gold up for a diving Double Stomp from Five and finished him off with a Powerslam. 

Kevin Blackwood and Daniel Garcia vs. “The Bad Boy” Joey Janela and “The Concrete Rose” Sonny Kiss: Janela drilled Garcia with a DDT for Kiss to hit the Split Legdrop for the pinfall victory. 

Billy and Austin Gunn w/ Colton vs. M’Badu and Cruz: The Ass Man still has it and proved that by dropping Cruz with the Famasser. 

KiLynn King vs. Serena Deeb: Deeb locked King’s arm and forced her to tap with the Serenity Lock Single Leg Crab. 

Lee Johnson vs. Ben Carter: A top rope Spanish Fly into a Superkick didn’t get the job done for Carter so he followed up with a Frog Splash to seal the deal in his debut match.

Eddie Kingston vs. Brian Pillman Jr.: Kingston cracked Pillman with the Spinning Back Fist to put the second-generation wrestler away in the Dark main event.

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Born and raised in Brooklyn, New York, Matt Hirsch discovered his love for video games when his father brought home a Nintendo GameCube, along with Luigi’s Mansion when he was five years old. Since then, his passion for games, as well as professional wrestling, music, anime and movies has inspired him to pursue a career in media and journalism. He graduated from Midwood High School in 2014 and spent three of those years as captain of the varsity Bowling team. These days you’ll be able to find him in comp queue in Overwatch, or Squadding up with some friends in Fortnite.

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