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Bounty Match Headlines AEW Collision with a Rampage Chaser

The Elite placed a bounty on Bryan Danielson & FTR last night on Collision, but Lance Archer & The Righteous failed to collect.

Executive VPs Matt & Nick Jackson already took Eddie Kingston out of the Anarchy in the Arena match at next Sunday’s Double or Nothing pay-per-view, only to see Darby Allin take his place.

Last night, FTR hit their Shatter Machine finisher to pin Vincent and keep their team strong heading into the PPV.

Speaking of bounty hunters, Bryan Keith defeated Boulder (from the Iron Savages) to qualify for a three-way match on Dynamite for a shot at Chris Jericho’s FTW title.

Keith’s opponents will be Hook and Katsuyori Shibata. Hook beat Johnny TV with the Redrum submission, while “The Wrestler” used a figure-four leglock to beat Rocky Romero.

Will Ospreay won a hard-fought opener with Shane Taylor. He overcame a body punch from Olympic medalist Anthony Ogogo before hitting the Stormbreaker on the 315-pound Taylor.

Serena Deeb pulled “Half Boston Crab” out of her bag of 1,000 holds to defeat Anna Jay. Deeb will challenge Toni Storm at Double or Nothing.

Orange Cassidy defeated almost-namesake Isiah Kassidy (of Private Party). Orange will face archrival Trent Baretta at the pay-per-view.

Teenage prodigy Nick Wayne beat Jack Cartwheel with Swerve Strickland’s House Call kick. Wayne will face Swerve in a non-title match on Dynamite this Wednesday.


Rampage provided a third hour to the wrestling block, but next week it will back on Friday night with a start time of 6:30 p.m. Eastern.

Kyle O’Reilly used an armbar to win a technical wrestling battle with Lee Moriarty. O’Reilly will face Malakai Black on Dynamite.

Deonna Purrazzo also won with an armbar, defeating Robyn Renegade. After the match, Purrazzo brawled with Thunder Rosa.

Mexican star Rush squashed Cody Chhun in less than a minute with the Bull’s Horns dropkick in the corner.

Anthony Bowens of The Acclaimed showed off his skills as a singles wrestler, but Brian Cage scored the win with the Drill Claw piledriver.

(Jeff Gorman is a 30-year veteran wrestling announcer and writer. Check out his WCW history book, “King of Atlanta” at his Twitter page, @JeffDGorman.)


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