6 Ups & 1 Down From AEW Collision (15 July)

Another Match of the Year contender, the Owen wraps up, and was that a heel turn for Ricky Starks?

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Prior to this week's AEW Collision, it's fair to say that AEW's recently-launched Saturday show has been largely knocking it out of the park. And with a hugely anticipated title match and two tournament finals, expectations were high for another stellar Collision offering with this latest outing.

It may have featured only four matches, but man, did this week's Collision yet again deliver the goods.

In a rematch from last week, FTR and Bullet Club Gold's Jay White and Juice Robinson put on another Match of the Year candidate in an opening two-out-of-three-falls bout which ran for nearly an hour. After that, we had Ruby Soho facing off against Willow Nightingale in the final of the women's Owen Hart Cup Tournament, which itself was followed by a first Collision match for Malakai Black; Black and Brody King making short work of a couple of enhancement talents, all while the House of Black's rivalry with Andrade El Idolo bubbles away. In the main event spot of this week's Collision, it was Ricky Starks with the daunting task of besting CM Punk to win the men's Owen Hart Cup Tournament.

With all of that in mind, then, let's takes a look at the Ups & Downs of the latest episode of a show that's quickly proving to be the highlight of the pro wrestling week for many.

Saturday night's alright for fighting, indeed...

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