AEW Collision 16th of March 2024

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AEW Collision results – March 16, 2024

This week’s episode of AEW Collision kicks off with the dream match between Bryan Danielson and Katsuyori Shibata.

Bryan Danielson defeated Katsuyori Shibata
Bryan Danielson caught Katsuyori Shibata in a series of back-and-forth roll-ups to score the pinfall victory.

A video package plays recapping the debut of Mercedes Moné on AEW Dynamite.

Julia Hart defeated Trish Adora to retain the TBS Championship
Julia Hart hits Trish Adora with a top rope moonsault to win the match via pinfall.

Zak Knight is backstage. Zak says he refuses to accept Cool Hand Ang’s challenge for tonight on Collision. Knight says they’ll fight on his terms.

Daniel Garcia defeated Lee Moriarty (w/ Shane Taylor)
Daniel Garcia locks Lee Moriarty in a heel hook to win the match via submission.

PAC defeated Aaron Solo
PAC hits Aaron Solo with the Black Arrow and rolls him over into a submission hold to get the win.
The Bastard gets on the microphone and says he’s back and looking for trouble. PAC says that Aaron Solo isn’t what he had in mind. PAC says he’s looking for trouble, so find him some, or he’ll find it himself.

Bryan Danielson is backstage meditating. Danielson says he is so thankful that he got to wrestle Shibata tonight. Danielson says both of them were told they would never get to wrestle again, and they beat the hell out of each other tonight.
Bryan talks about Will Ospreay’s promo from Dynamite and believes that someone like Ospreay has never been able to walk in his shoes because he’s never been told that he would never wrestle again. Danielson says Ospreay isn’t ready for what he’s going to do.

Claudio Castagnoli vs. Lance Archer ends in a no contest
The Righteous interfered while Castagnoli had Archer in the Giant Spin, and the match gets thrown out.
Bryan Danielson hits the ring to assist Castagnoli, and eventually, Shibata comes out with a steel chair to even the odds.

Cool Hand Ang and Ruby Soho are backstage. Ang says he’s upset about Knight not accepting his challenge and says he’s going to go find him backstage and fight. Soho talks him down and convinces him that he’s walking into a trap. Ang reluctantly agrees, and they leave together.

Kyle O’Reilly defeated Bryan Keith
Kyle O’Reilly locks Bryan Keith in an armbar to win a match by submission.
Members of The Undisputed Kingdom come out and celebrate with O’Reilly over his big win.

Deonna Purrazzo and Thunder Rosa are backstage. Purrazzo says the enemy of her enemy is her friend and that she trusts Rosa. Purrazzo says Toni Storm tapped out in their match, and if not for Luther and Mariah, she would be champion. Rosa says she never lost the AEW Women’s World Championship and says the games will end this Wednesday at Dynamite.

The Infantry defeated House of Black (w/ Julia Hart) in an AEW World Tag Team Title Tournament Wild Card Match
Mark Briscoe interferes and costs House of Black the win as Shawn Dean pins Buddy Matthews.

Adam Copeland comes to the ring with the case that says “SPIKE” on it. Copeland says the last time he performed in Ottawa, he never knew if he’d ever be back here. Copeland says that reaction just gave him one more memory, and he thanks them for it.
The Rated R Superstar says he never knew if he’d get to perform in Toronto again either, and the crowd boos, Adam laughs and says it’s his hometown and to relax. Copeland says his former friend Jay Reso turned into the character Christian Cage.
Copeland says they talked about him coming to All Elite Wrestling, and Cage was on board. Adam says he didn’t come here to take away his spotlight or his shine, regardless of what he and Nigel McGuinness think.
Copeland says he got a call from Mick Foley to remind him of who he is and introduces “SPIKE,” which is a 2×4 with a bunch of nails sticking out of it. Copeland says the phonecall from Foley worked because he remembers who he is, the Rated R Superstar.
Adam says Cage will be in the hospital after Dynamite, and he will force him to say he quits and that will never allow him to look his kids in their eyes again. Copeland says everything began for them in Toronto, and that’s where things will end on Wednesday as Collision goes off the air.

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