A major championship match has been made official for the July 22 edition of AEW Collision from Newark, New Jersey.
As announced by Max Caster on the July 15 Collision from Calgary, Canada, The Acclaimed (Max Caster & Anthony Bowens) and Daddy Ass (Billy Gunn) have now earned themselves a rematch for the Trios Championships against holders The House of Black (Malakai Black, Brody King & Buddy Matthews).
Despite coming short against House of Black at May 28’s Double or Nothing, The Acclaimed have gone on to win three trios matches since, last defeating the Bollywood Boyz (Guru Sihra & Harv Sihra) and The Blade on the July 7 Dynamite.
House of Black have now reigned as Trios Champions for over four months since defeating The Elite (Kenny Omega, Nick Jackson & Matt Jackson) at March’s Revolution PPV event.
Despite no official brand split being in effect, the House of Black have remained a fixture of Collision since the June 17 premiere of the show.
Recently, Malakai Black addressed the reasoning behind the decision to become exclusive to Saturday nights, for full details follow this link here.
Elsewhere on this weeks Collision (July 15) the winners of both the mens and women’s Owen Hart Foundation Tournament were crowned, as well as a near hour long classic for the AEW Tag Team Championship.
For all the fallout from this weeks Collision action and more follow this link here.
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