AEW Collision 25th of May

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AEW Collision results – May 25, 2024

This week’s episode of AEW Collision kicks off IWGP World Heavyweight Champion Jon Moxley coming to the ring. Before he can say anything, he’s interrupted by Don Callis.
Don Callis says he has something important to say. He didn’t come out here to cause any trouble; he just wanted to talk about his history with Moxley. Don reminds everyone that on his second night in AEW, he cost Moxley the world title. Callis says Mox got his revenge, though, and shows the footage of Moxley busting him open backstage.
Callis then plays the footage of him helping Mox beat Kenny Omega in a steel cage match. Don claims he and Moxley changed the trajectory of AEW that night. Don Callis says he and Mox aren’t like most people. Callis claims Mox checked on him in the ambulance the night he busted him open and said he was one of them now.
Callis says Moxley was right because the two of them are a lot alike. Don says it’s killing him inside that he has to face Konosuke Takeshita tomorrow. Callis tries to sell Moxley on the idea of joining the Don Callis Family instead.
Jon Moxley says he just has one question: if the two of them are going to trust each other, he’s gonna need more of a commitment than the scar in his head and says he’s about to put 24 more stitches in his head right now. Takeshita attacks Moxley from behind and lays him out.
Takeshita “Pillmanizes” Moxley’s arm with the steel chair. Bryan Danielson and Claudio Castagnoli hit the ring, but the damage has already been done. The Doctor and BCC check on Moxley.

A video recap of the attack on Will Ospreay plays from Dynamite followed by his promo response that aired on social media afterward.

Hiroshi Tanahashi is revealed as the mystery partner for Castagnoli and Garcia.
Claudio Castagnoli, Daniel Garcia, and Hiroshi Tanahashi defeated Lance Archer and The Righteous
Hiroshi Tanahashi hits Vincent with High Fly Flow to score the pinfall victory for his team.

Another campaign-like package plays for Matthew and Nicholas Jackson.

The Lucha Bros (w/ Alex Abrahantes) defeated The Gunns
The Lucha Bros hit a double Fear Factor on Austin Gunn. Penta scores the pinfall victory for his team.
Jay White comes out on the stage and yells at the Lucha Bros at the gold isn’t going anywhere tomorrow night.

Chris Jericho and Big Bill are backstage. Big Bill says Jericho has taught him when you face adversity you need to dig deep to pull out the light. Chris Jericho says he wasn’t expecting to have two opponents, but after 33 years of being on top of the business, he knows he’s gonna have to work extra hard to retain his title. Jericho says he believes he’s gonna come out with the win. Bryan Keith comes in and says he might have missed his shot, but that’s not the last Jericho has seen of him.

Kyle O’Reilly defeated Kevin Matthews
Kyle O’Reilly locks Kevin Matthews in the cross-arm breaker to win the match by submission.

A video package airs hyping up tomorrow’s TBS Championship match at Double or Nothing between Willow Nightingale and Mercedes Moné.

Willow Nightingale comes to the ring to speak. Nightingale says she’s thinking about Rampage last night when Mercedes attacked her and put her hands on her TBS Championship. Nightingale says she respects Mercedes, but she’s way past that now.
Willow says at Double or Nothing, she’s going to make Mercedes long for being back on the shelf, and she’ll be damned if her title reign ends tomorrow. Nightingale says she will prove that she’s the better woman when they meet in the ring tomorrow.

Trent Beretta is backstage. Beretta says tomorrow night, he will show the whole world something he’s already known for a really long time. Rocky Romero comes in and tries to make peace with Beretta and hopes they can put everything in the past after Double or Nothing. Beretta says that’s not happening and to never interrupt him again.

House of Black defeated The Acclaimed (w/ Billy Gunn), Gates of Agony (w/ Brian Cage), and The Infantry (w/ Trish Adora)
Brody King hits a flipping cannonball attack on Carlie Bravo in the corner. Buddy Matthews pins Bravo to score the pinfall victory for his team.
Adam Copeland appears on the Tron. Copeland says House of Black took away the one item that kept him tethered to his comfortable world. Copeland says he knew it was only a matter of time until they set their sights on him. Adam says they wanted this version of him that has a devil on one shoulder but no angel on the other.
Copeland says it’s fitting that this match will take place in Vegas. He says if he loses, he has to join House of Black and talks about the force they could be. However, Copeland doesn’t deal in dreams; this is a horror story.
Copeland wants to know what happens if he defeats Black and the House joins him. Copeland says he’s been known to be a master manipulator, and that’s something he can sink his teeth into. He says when you see evil in a man’s eyes…it’s already too late.

They replay Toni Storm’s comments following AEW Dynamite on Wednesday night ahead of her match with Serena Deeb at Double or Nothing.

Mariah May defeated Leyla Hirsch
Mariah May hit Leyla Hirsch with a running V-Trigger to score the pinfall victory.

Serena Deeb is backstage. Deeb says tomorrow is the biggest match of her life. Deeb says Toni Storm has had a lot of fun and games in recent weeks, but she’s sure it wasn’t fun having to throw the towel in for Mariah May. Serena says she’s going to stretch Storm and become the new champion tomorrow.

A video package plays hyping up the AEW World Championship match at Double or Nothing between Swerve Strickland and Christian Cage.

Bryan Danielson and FTR defeated Jeff Jarrett, Jay Lethal, and Satnam Singh
Bryan Danielson hits the Busaiku knee on Jeff Jarrett to score the pinfall victory for his team.
Cash Wheeler gets on the microphone and talks about FTR’s debut with AEW in 2020. Wheeler says AEW is his home, and he will die for this company. Wheeler says fans and wrestlers are better off because of AEW. Cash says they’re beat up, and they might limp into Anarchy in the Arena tomorrow night, but they’ll be the only ones walking out.
Dax Harwood explains why FTR is fighting for the company. Harwood says they get to be their heroes every week, and if they die tomorrow, they’ll be their heroes one more time. The three men celebrate their win as AEW Collision goes off the air.

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