AEW Collision Sees Big Babyface Turn

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Powerhouse Hobbs stunned the wrestling world when he joined up with the despised QT Marshall as part of QTV but now it looks like the former Team Taz member has turned the page on that chapter of the Book of Hobbs.

The alliance between Hobbs and Marshall began when the 32-year-old challenged Wardlow for the TNT Championship back in March in a Falls Count Anywhere bout. Wardlow looked to have the match won before QT Marshall interfered and helped Hobbs launch Wardlow off the stage to pick up the win and the first AEW Title of his career.

However, the bloom was off the rose when the combined forces of QTV couldn’t keep Wardlow from reclaiming the TNT Title from Hobbs just 42 days later with Hobbs becoming increasingly incensed that the group lost more than it won.

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On Collision in Regina, Saskatchewan, Powerhouse Hobbs had the chance to move on to the final of the Owen Hart Foundation Tournament against his old partner Ricky Starks. Hobbs looked to have the match won when QT Marshall inadvertently distracted the referee which in turn distracted Hobbs.

Ricky Starks then delivered a vicious spear to Hobbs to move on to the final where he will face former AEW World Champion CM Punk.

Following the miscommunication, an enraged Hobbs shoved Marshall to the ground before Aaron Solo tried to stop the attack. Solo received a spinebuster for his efforts as the fans showed their approval for Hobbs’ actions as his association with QTV looks to be over.

QTV recently added to its ranks as Johnny TV – the former John Morrison in WWE – returned to AEW as part of the segment that went viral as Anthony Bowens had to let Harley Cameron down gently by informing her that he’s gay.