3 Key Points
- Bryan Danielson progresses in the Continental Classic after a pivotal draw.
- Daniel Garcia secures his first win, disrupting Brody King’s tournament run.
- Eddie Kingston’s victory secures his place in the Blue League final on “Dynamite”.
AEW Stars Clash in Blue League Showdown
In a riveting evening at “Collision” in San Antonio, the stars of AEW competed in the Continental Classic tournament’s Blue League matches. These critical encounters set the stage for the upcoming Blue League final, which promises to be a game-changer in the professional wrestling landscape.
Blackpool Combat Club’s Internal Battle
The night opened with a clash between allies turned adversaries from the Blackpool Combat Club. Bryan Danielson and Claudio Castagnoli battled fiercely, knowing the stakes were high. In an intense struggle, it was Danielson who emerged the victor by drawing the match, an outcome that simultaneously extinguished Castagnoli’s aspirations in the tournament.
Garcia Stuns King in Upset
A fierce bout saw Daniel Garcia face off against Brody King, with intentions clear – King aimed for victory to advance. Yet it was Garcia, despite having no hopes left in the draw, who managed an astonishing win, claiming his first points and halting King’s progression. The scenario intensified as the House of Black intervened, only to be countered by the timely arrival of FTR.
Main Event: Kingston vs. Andrade El Idolo
The anticipation peaked when Eddie Kingston confronted Andrade El Idolo in the main event, with both wrestlers aware of the high stakes. Both competitors displayed cautious wrestling early on, but it was Kingston who maneuvered to a decisive victory with a back fist and a Northern Lights suplex. The win propelled Kingston forward in the tournament, setting up an intriguing clash with Danielson on “Dynamite” for the Blue League final spot at AEW Worlds End.