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AEW Collision live results, open thread (Feb. 3, 2024): Danielson vs. Hechicero

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Here’s a place to check results and comment along with the new episode of AEW Collision, airing live tonight (Feb. 3) at 8 pm ET on TNT.

This week’s show comes our way from Edinburg, Texas’ Bert Ogden Arena, and continue AEW’s build to next month’s Revolution PPV. It will feature the latest trios match for FTR & Daniel Gracia, this one against The Patriarchy — Christian Cage, The Prodigy Nick Wayne, and Luchasaurus Killswitch!

We’ll also get another Bryan Danielson match we never expected, this one against CMLL’s resident technical wrestling expert, Hechicero! Plus, Continental Crown champion Eddie Kingston goes one-on-one with the Bounty Hunter Bryan Keith, Serena Deeb is back in action against Queen Aminata... and more!

Come right back here at 8 pm ET when the Collision live blog kicks off once the show starts on TNT. It will be below this line here.

Enjoy the show!


AEW COLLISION RESULTS FOR FEB. 3

  • Eddie Kingston defeats Bryan Keith in a Continental Crown Proving Grounds match. Kingston takes a shot in his jaw that knocks his equlibrium off for a while. Keith flips onto Eddie from the ring apron to the floor below. He slams Eddie to the mat for a near fall. Kingston suddenly hits the Exploder suplex, but Keith comes back with one of his own. Keith blocks the spinning backfist and nails the Liger Bomb for a near fall. Eddie gets up and lands the spinning backfist this time, but Keith has more left in the tank. Eddie delivers the machinegun chops in the corner. He catches Keith in a sleeper hold and then a DDT for a near fall. Keith slaps Eddie repeatedly, but Eddie absorbs the strikes and comes back with the spinning backfist for the pin fall win.
  • Tony Schiavone is in the ring to interview Kingston, but Eddie tells him to talk to Keith. Schiavone announces that Bryan Keith is All Elite, and the graphic appears on the video board. Bryan Danielson suddenly makes his entrance and raises Keith’s hand. Bryan’s match is next.
  • Jon Moxley’s post-Dynamite promo is shown where he talks trash on the four CMLL guys who ambushed him on Dynamite.
  • Bryan Danielson defeats Hechicero. Bryan goes for the diving headbutt late in the fight, but Hechicero catches his arms rolls him around the ring just like he did to win on Rampage last night. Bryan escapes but is grabbed again for a choke against the ropes. Hechicero dives over the top to splash onto Bryan on the floor below. Bryan gets his knee up to block Hechicero’s next dive in the ring. With Hechicero down and vulnerable on the mat, Bryan applies the LeBell Lock. Hechicero manages to escape and twists over for his own submission. Bryan fights back but is caught in a backbreaker. Danielson regains his composure and goes for the running knee strike, but misses. Hechicero captures Bryan’s head with his right leg for another submision. Bryan rolls over and pins Hechicero down to the mat to escape with the win.
  • Hechicero attacks Bryan after the match is over, but Claudio Castagnoli runs out to make the save. Hechicero runs away.
  • FTR and Daniel Garcia are interviewed in the back about their future as a trios team. Garcia is happy to have them by his side. FTR said they closed the chapter on House of Black last week, and starting a new chapter tonight, especially now that the Rankings are back and they are listed in the trios division.
  • HOOK defeats The Outunners in a handicap match. The ring announcer botches The Outrunners’ names. The commentators say this is an impromptu match, as HOOK asked to fight two men when he arrived at the building. The Outrunners get the early advantage and pose in the ring. HOOK stands right back up and stares at them from behind as they pose. He isolates them and delivers vicious crossface blows. The redrum is locked in and the match is over.
  • Tony Schiavone is in the ring and welcomes Mark Briscoe to the ring for an interview. Briscoe puts over Schiavone and talks about coming to the aid of FTR and Daniel Garcia last week at the end of the cage match. The lights go out and House of Black appear on the video board. Malakai Black likes magic tricks, especially ones that make the person disappear. And that’s what they plan to do to Briscoe. The lights go out. Briscoe is on high alert when the lights come back on. Malakai says they will eradicate him from pro wrestling, and are already in his head.
  • There is a video package hyping up The Cope Open and Adam Copeland’s chase for the TNT championship. We’ll hear from him next week.
  • Serena Deeb defeats Queen Aminata. Aminata uses her leg strength to gain an advantage, then delivers a snap suplex heading into the commercial break. Deeb fights back and takes Queen down with a lariat. She nails a rolling forearm, and then a swinging neckbreaker for a near fall. Aminata escapes a backslide and knocks Deeb down with a headbutt. Aminata misses a running boot in the corner, allowing Deeb to apply the figure four on Aminata around the ring post. Deeb gets Aminata back in the middle of the ring and applies the Serenity Lock for the submission victory.
  • Tony Schiavone welcomes Swerve Strickland to the ring for an interview, introducing him as the number one contender to the AEW world title. Tony asks for Swerve’s thoughts on fighting Hangman Page next week on Dynamite for the world title shot at Revolution. Swerve acknowledges Black History Month and the people who paved the way for him to be in the ring, including wrestlers like Ron Simmons, Kofi Kingston, and Athena. Swerve’s name will join that list when he beats Hangman on Dynamite and goes on to win the world title. Swerve doesn’t regret any of the terrible things he’s done to get to this spot. He’s beaten Hangman twice already, and the third time’s the charm. He will put Hangman behind him and become Black history. Prince Nana is cut off when he tries to get a word in, with Swerve telling him the Mogul Embassy won’t be ringside for the match. No interference, no excuses.
  • “Timeless” Toni Storm cuts a promo on Deonna Purrazzo. She’s ready for a public workout.
  • Red Velvet defeats Vertvixen. Red Velvet hits a backstabber and the Stir It Up spin kick to get the quick win. Velvet has a title eliminator match next week on Dynamite against Toni Storm.
  • FTR & Daniel Garcia defeat Christian Cage, Killswitch & Nick Wayne in a trios match. Garcia makes the hot tag late in the match and takes the fight to Nick Wayne with a brainbuster for a near fall. Wayne gets Garcia in the eyes and comes back with a fisherman’s suplex. Wayne mocks Garcia’s dance and slaps him in the face. Garcia surprises him with a roll up for a near fall. Christian shoves Garcia off the top rope and into Wayne’s World for a near fall. Things break down in the ring with everyone getting involved. Killswitch chokeslams Wheeler. Dax gets Christian in the sharpshooter but is caught in Wayne’s World. Garcia then rolls up Wayne for the pin fall win.
  • Garcia stares down TNT Champion Christian Cage after the match is over, with the commentators hyping up Garcia as likely to move up in the rankings for a TNT title shot.
  • That’s the end of the show, folks!

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