The stacked card and big time wins for the youth of the company prove that AEW is set on building something special.
AEW Interim World Champion Jon Moxley vs. Rush: The challenger had his entourage with him and was in the match for most of it until Mox choked him out Bulldog Style. After the match, things got spicy though as Chris Jericho made a challenge for the Interim Title for Quake by the Lake.
FTW Champion Ricky Starks vs. Danhausen: Starks won quick, but soon enough, Hook got a shot.
FTW Champion Ricky Starks vs. Hook: Starks was in control until Hook countered a Powerbomb into Redrum for the submission win.
Dante Martin vs. Sammy Guevara w/Tay Conti: Guevara won with his Springboard Cutter thanks to Conti before a flurry of competitors got involved after, which included Eddie Kingston, Anna Jay and Ruby Soho.
AEW Tag Team Champion Swerve Strickland vs. “Smart” Mark Sterling and Tony Nese: Swerve got the easy win, but Josh Woods took out Keith Lee backstage.
AEW World Women’s Champion Thunder Rosa vs. Miyu Yamashita: Rosa won, but Yamashita’s strikes and Suplex variations put her over with the crowd.
Bryan Danielson vs. Daniel Garcia: Wow. Garcia hit a Piledriver (that kayfabe injured Danielson’s neck) then followed it up with a Sharpshooter and got the win on a passed out Danielson. Jake Hager helped matters, but this was a huge win for Garcia.