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AEW Dark results: Top Flight vs. The Wingmen

This week's ten-match lineup also featured Private Party vs. Brock Anderson & Lee Johnson.
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Anna Jay (w/ -1) defeated Marina Tucker

Jay ran through the motions early on, eventually nailing Tucker with a no-look superkick after dropping her to her knees. Tucker tried to execute some offense, but failed and tapped to the Queenslayer shortly after.

Scorpio Sky defeated Sonny Kiss

Kiss overwhelmed Sky with a flurry of fast-motion offense when the bell rang, capped off with a standing knee moonsault from "The Concrete Rose."

Sky regained his focus after recovering, hitting a trifecta of backbreakers on Kiss. Sky followed that up with a high boot that Kiss sold very well. Shortly after, Kiss fell victim to Sky's signature TKO.

Red Velvet defeated Kiera Hogan

Hogan cracked Velvet with a basement dropkick to literally kick off the match. Hogan would try to string together more offense but Velvet caught her with the Final Slice for a quick three count.

Top Flight defeated The Wingmen (Peter Avalon & Ryan Nemeth)

Darius Martin and Avalon started things out. Avalon got picked on as the two Martin brothers exchanged tags and high flying maneuvers. Nemeth would eventually halt the momentum after throwing Dante Martin into the ringside steps.

Nemeth showboated and worked Dante down with multiple strikes on the ground. Avalon would eventually come in to assist, but cost the team in terms of momentum as Dante sent both Wingmen crashing into one another.

Darius came in off the hot tag and bulldozed both Avalon and Nemeth while Dante recovered on the outside. When he was ready to go, Dante tagged in and hit the Nosedive springboard moonsault on Nemeth for the win.

Kris Statlander defeated Kelsey Raegan

Raegan slapped Statlander in the face which led to Statlander beginning a sequence of moves that concluded with the Big Bang Theory and a pinfall victory for the "Galaxy's Greatest Alien."

Ruby Soho & AQA defeated Diamante & Emi Sakura

Diamante and AQA started, but the two didn't last long before Soho and Sakura came in. Sakura confused her opponents and tied them up together, allowing Diamante to dropkick them.

AQA was worked on by Sakura before Soho got the hot tag and delivered a flurry of kicks. Soho attempted a pin after a russian leg sweep, but was unsuccessful. When Sakura tagged out to Diamante, AQA came back in and hit a series of clotheslines. Shortly after, AQA hit her signature shooting star press for the victory.

The Butcher & The Blade defeated Dark Order (Alan Angels & Colt Cabana)

Angels tried to take out The Butcher at ringside, but was caught and swung head first into the steel steps. This would lead to Butcher and Blade dominating the first portion of the match, specifically working on Angels.

Cabana eventually found his way in the match and took down Butcher with a middle rope moonsault. Cabana's efforts wouldn't be enough for his team to get back into things as Angels fell victim a Butcher powerslam just a few moments later that gave them the win.

Nyla Rose (w/ Vickie Guerrero) defeated Skye Blue

Rose lifted up Blue for a Beast Bomb as soon as the bell rang, but Blue was able to counter. Rose was obviously upset by this, but Blue followed it up with a nice superkick. Rose shifted gears after recovering and eventually nailed Blue with the Beast Bomb for the pin and win.

Jay Lethal defeated Serpentico (w/ Luther)

Serpentico tried to put together some type of cohesive offense, but Lethal seemingly had a counter for everything. After clocking Luther off the apron, Lethal hit a Lethal Injection for the quick victory.

Private Party (w/ Matt Hardy) defeated Lee Johnson & Brock Anderson (w/ Arn Anderson)

Johnson and Isiah Kassidy started out. With some assistance from Matt Hardy, Kassidy took control and worked over Johnson while tagging in and out to Marq Quen. 

Anderson came in off the hot tag and planted Quen with a spinebuster. Anderson then tried to apply a headlock to Quen, but Kassidy sprinted in the ring out of nowhere and rolled up Anderson with a foot on the rope for the victory. Kassidy had made a blind tag while Anderson was charging at Quen.