6 Ups & 4 Downs For AEW Collision (Oct 7 - Results & Review)

A shocking title change, an exceptional match, and Adam Copeland's AEW Collision debut.

AEW Collision Timeless Toni Storm

Live from Salt Lake City, Utah's Maverik Center, another edition of AEW Collision is now in the books.

Going into this week's Collision, the main talking point was a first appearance on AEW's Saturday show for a certain Rated-R Superstar. Heading out of Collision, though, it may well be a shocking title change that steals the headlines.

As for that title change, Ricky Starks and Big Bill dethroned FTR to become the new AEW Tag Team Champions. Elsewhere, Bryan Danielson and Aussie Open's Kyle Fletcher put on an excellent battle; Bullet Club Gold's Juice Robinson and the Gunns took on Angelico, Gravity and Metalik; 'Switchblade' Jay White continued to present himself as the AEW World Champion; the Acclaimed and Daddy Ass defended the AEW Trios Titles against the Iron Savages and Jacked Jameson; Kiera Hogan went up against 'Timeless' Toni Storm; and the Mad King himself, Eddie Kingston, put his ROH World Title on the line against the high-flying Komander.

A somewhat mixed bag of an episode for Collision, but still nevertheless an episode with plenty of positives.

With all of that in mind, then, Saturday night's alright for fighting...

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