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Summary of Frenzy and Reactions: Street Fighter!


AEW frenzy (January 13, 2023) Emerged from the Kia Forum in Los Angeles, California. The show featured Robbie Soho and Willow Nightingale getting into a vicious street fight with Ty Milo and Anna Jay, Darby Allen as the TNT fighting champion, Jeff Jarrett smashing his guitar, and so much more.

Let’s jump right in with a summary of the show followed by feedback.

Excalibur, Jim Ross, Tony Schiavone, and Chris Jericho were on commentary. Ring announcer duties were taken over by Justin Roberts.

TNT Championship: Darby Allen (c) vs. Juice Robinson

Juice dominated with a back body drop sending Allen over the ropes to the floor. The smoothie was rocky with Irish whips in the barricade and the ring steps. Allen shot some rallies, but Goss held the lead for the most part. Allen dodged a corner cannonball to score a code red. expelled with juice. Allen was climbing very slowly to get the Coffin Drop, so Juice was able to knock his legs off. This led to a jump giveaway from Juice as Allin got tangled up on the ropes. Jackhammer suplex from Joss. kicked out by Allen. The juice went for the superplex. Allen made a midair save as the scorpion dropped to the mat. Allen finished with the Coffin Drop for the win.

Darby Allen defeated Joss Robinson.

“It bites!” He will never get old hearing Tony Schiavone shout that. Sting celebrated with Allen.

Will Hobbes spoke of the phoenix rising from the ashes. In Hobbs’ book, he broke his neck and took that ashes to spread on everyone who hurt him in AEW.

Renee Paquette presented The Acclaimed with their star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. Max Custer criticized Gavin Newsom’s scandals, Joe Biden’s concealment of documents, and his failure to sell him for blood money (reference WWE selling in Saudi Arabia).

The sons of djinn cut off the ceremony. They claimed to be bigger stars. The only reason Acclaimed is more popular is because they stole Daddy Ass. Billy tricked his boys, so that the spectators could take their pants off and Billy could push them into the wet cement.

Swerve Strickland’s plans for 2023 will be the most violent and gruesome in AEW.

Malakai Black & Brody King vs. Eddie Kingston & Ortiz

The story was Kingston in his feelings and his refusal to point in Ortiz. Ortiz did his best to be a good partner.

Although the Blacks cut off their attack on Kingston, he still maintained his haymaker. Kingston shot a Saito suplex to Black and a back spinner to hit King through the ropes. Buddy Matthews and Julia Hart ran to the ring. Matthews got in with a chair, so Kingston snatched his chair away. Hart came from behind and screamed in fake fear. Ortiz assumed that Kingston planned to hit her with a chair. This led to an argument. Black threw a kick to the head, Ortiz pulled away, and Kingston ate the connection. Black threw Ortiz out of the ring and then pinned Kingston.

Malakai Black & Brody King defeated Eddie Kingston and Ortiz.

The House of Black told Ortiz that he played his role well. He is shown to be an unwitting pawn. Ortiz was frustrated with Kingston’s situation and walked out on his own.

Jade Cargill has claimed that Red Velvet is jealous that she made Leila Gray an even bigger star than Red Velvet. Red Velvet is out of the bad guys.

Paul Walter Hauser was in the ring with Renee in a golden pepper mill. Oh, that’s a Golden Globe. He talked about his love of professional wrestling and AEW. Enter Danhausen airing himself as AEW’s #1 Merchandise Seller, but he didn’t take home an award. He wanted to receive the Hauserhausen Prize. Enter Jeff Jarrett, Jay Lethal, Sonjay Dutt and Satnam Singh to interrupt. Hauser spoke, and Jarrett hit him on the head with his guitar. A deadly threat to smash Danhausen with a Golden Globe. Orange Cassidy and best friends came onto the scene to even the odds. The villains are released, and Lethal departs with the prize.

Women’s Main Event Hype Pack. Mark Henry suddenly appears on screen due to his signature, “Time for the main event!”

Tye Milo & Anna Jay vs. Robbie Soho and Willow Nightingale

Street fight! He attacked Suho and Nightingale from behind on stage with hockey sticks. A brawl broke out around the ring. The first blood came from Suho when she was placed inside a trash can on the floor and Milo fell jumping off the apron.

He advanced extreme violence to Anna Jay by using barbed wire to strangle the killer queen on the Nightingale. Suho successfully countered with bound fist punches.

Another painful bump came from the Tower of Doom on the chairs with the Nightingale at the base of the suplex.

The worst of the bunch was a powerbomb from Nightingale offstage through a table. Because of the positioning, she couldn’t see to shoot, and Jay went flat on the ground. Yikes. Let’s hope Jay is okay.

The fight continued with Milo executing Gooch Silver to Suho from the apron through a table. Milo rolled Suho into the ring for a pin. 1, 2, Sohu kicked out!

Milo emptied a bag of nails and tried to shove Suho’s face into the sharp objects. Suho’s defense was to throw a bunch of punches at Milo’s face. That set up Destination Unknown on the pins for victory.

Robbie Soho and Yellow Nightingale defeated Tye Milo and Anna Jay.

Suho gave Nightingale a boost of respect as a street fighter partner.


What a generous, what a street fight. This main event lived up to the requirement. It was wild, bloody and intense. Applause to Robby Soho, Willow Nightingale, Ty Milo, and Anna Jay for taking those bumps. Suho’s bloody visage was a behold. Credit for bleeding in the fight with the cause of bleeding. (Cough cough, Cody Rhodes and Jon Moxley looking at you.) The Nightingale was boisterous in street-fighter mode while still being energetic. Milo and Jay played the mean girls really well. They were deceitful and evil in their plan of attack. The finale was a feel-good moment for Suho fans, as it reigned supreme in this heated feud. As the match went on, I was sufficiently impressed with Milo and Jay that I hoped they would win. Showing up as unlikely street fight queens would have been fun for bragging rights. But, the right decision was made to bypass Soho.

I don’t buy this House of Black story. So, am I supposed to believe they let Eddie Kingston convince them to set up an elaborate trick with the chair so that Ortiz would misread the situation and increase the rift with Kingston? Bo rent. Honestly, Malakai Black and Brody King must be embarrassed. Kingston is ham and eggs compared to them. Cleaning their watches with it makes them look weaker than their strong images.

As for Ortiz, I’m all on his side. He’s the person I support in this story. A Kingston punk was treating Ortiz that way when he refused to come out. His assumption that Kingston would beat Julia Hart was a bit exaggerated. Since he knows Kingston so well, I think this shows just how much Kingston can really be. Ortiz must have assumed the worst for some reason.

On the plus side for that match, the action was huge. As far as Kingston’s case got, he still brought the ruckus to life in an entertaining way. Black and King moved well as a unit. I could see them hone their work into being a huge force in the tag team division. The black money throne kings will be as featured attractions.

Darby Allen vs. Juice Robinson was a tough match. Allen thrives as a fighting hero. His style is never boring. I really like juice jump guards. Perform a full-body move with an emphasis on visual effect. Juice falls into that AEW trap of a notable name and loses all of his notable matches. Rock Hard has moved the L to Jon Moxley, Samoa Joe for the ROH TV title, and now Allen for the TNT title.

Grade: B+

Street Fighting’s main event was the slobberknocking sports entertainment. The rest of the show was solid. Jeff Jarrett smashed his guitar, and that never disappoints. Inclusive, frenzy It was a fun hour of programming.

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