AEW Collision Spoilers – June 1st, 2024

Will Ospreay in AEW

The results for AEW Collision are in.

On May 30th, AEW rolled into Palm Springs, California for Collision. The taping took place at the Acrisure Arena and will air on Saturday, June 1st.

The show featured Will Ospreay making the first defence of his International Title since defeating Roderick Strong at Double or Nothing, while the likes of Claudio Castagnoli, Thunder Rosa, Daniel Garcia, and Brian Cage were all in action.

You can find the full results for the show below.

  • Claudio Castagnoli defeated Johnny TV
  • Brian Cage and The Gates of Agony defeated KM, Danny Gee, and Danny Rose
  • Tony Schiavone interviews FTR, who say that while they lost at the PPV, they aren’t dead yet. They promise that Bryan Danielson, Darby Allin, and FTR will be back, and they will whip The Elite’s ass.
  • Roderick Strong defeated Lio Rush
  • Daniel Garcia and Katsuyori Shibata defeated The Workhorsemen (JD Drake and Anthony Henry)
  • Thunder Rosa defeated Reina Dorada from CMLL
  • Shane Taylor and Lee Mortiarty defeated The West Coast Wrecking Crew
  • AEW International Champion Will Ospreay defeated Kyle O’Reilly

All spoilers come courtesy of PWInsider

Could Tony Khan Expand AEW TV Schedule?

During a recent interview, Tony Khan said he was wary of adding another hour to AEW Dynamite, suggesting the move has not always worked out well for others in the past. Khan said his main aim is to keep Dynamite strong, and that might not be possible if the run time is increased.

However, he didn’t rule out adding to the five hours of TV time the company already enjoys. Khan said five hours of television was now the absolute minimum, before stating he could “easily be sold” into adding another hour.