AEW Collision Goes Off The Air With Unique Ten-Bell Salute

AEW Collision Goes Off The Air With Unique Ten-Bell Salute AEW

To end tonight’s episode of AEW Collision (January 6) a ten-bell salute, typically reserved for memorials, this time in honor of a severe beating.

While there was a grudge match in the main event of AEW Collision, the show would go off the air with a haunting tone.

While the main event saw FTR taking on House of Black (Malakai Black and Buddy Matthews), the match would nearly end in pandemonium.

With Dax Harwood’s wife and young daughter at ringside (and continually referenced and shown throughout the match) the stakes were high for FTR.

When Brody King appeared seemingly poised to interfere, instead Daniel Garcia ran out to intercept and attack King himself.

Then remaining at ringside to encourage FTR and celebrate with them after their eventual win, no good deed would go unpunished.

While FTR was able to hit the Shatter Machine and pick up the victory in the match, their celebration was very short-lived as they were attacked from behind by Brody King and eventually all of House of Black.

With Malakai Black attacking Dax Harwood after the match in front of his family, at first the ringing bell went slightly unnoticed until it was clear that it wasn’t the timekeeper.

Julia Hart from the House of Black had commandeered the hammer and proceeded to hit a ten-bell salute on behalf of FTR and Daniel Garcia who were left laid out to end AEW Collision at the hands of the dark faction.

Elsewhere on tonight’s Collision, an open challenge from Adam Copeland. You can click here to read more about that. 

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