AEW Dark Elevation Results: Roppongi Vice vs. The Factory


It’s Monday and you know what that means: a nine-game AEW Dark: Elevation taped last Wednesday at the HEB Center in Cedar Park, Texas. Excalibur, Mark Henry and Paul Wight were on the phone tonight.

Lee Moriarty (with Matt Sydal) defeated Serpentico (with Luther)

Moriarty started off very hot, but thanks to Luther’s guidance, Serpentico was able to control the match. Moriarty’s technical struggle regained the advantage as he won with a crossover submission, taking his record from 22 to 6-3.

Abadon defeated Danni Bee

It was Bee’s debut. Abadon won in a squash with the Black Dahlia, improving his overall record to 30-3.

Penta Oscuro (with Alex Abrahantes) defeats JPH

It was JPH’s debut. Oscuro was more aggressive since becoming more “sinister”. Oscuro used his armbreaker to win the match, going 60-30 overall.

Frankie Kazarian beats Brandon Cutler

Cutler is the perfect minion because his sale is so reminiscent of Pat Patterson and Jerry Brisco when they were minions in the attitude era of WWE. Kazarian dominated most of this match and stopped Cutler from using his cold spray. Kazarian submitted Cutler with the crossface of the chicken wing to improve his overall record to 67-29.

Jamie Hayter (with Rebel) defeated Rache Chanel

Hayter (3-0 in 22) won with a brainbuster in a short game.

Max Caster (with Anthony Bowens) defeated Sonny Kiss

Caster’s entrance rap was amazing this week due to a reference to Ed, Edd and Eddy. Kiss tried to control the flow, but the numbers game was not in his favor. Caster grounded his opponent for much of the match, hitting the Mic Drop and earning the win (with help from Bowens along the way).

Hikaru Shida defeated Madi Wrenkowski

Shida (53-12) won in a short match, using a combination of an ax kick and a hawk arrow to claim victory.

Anna Jay and Ruby Soho defeated the Renegade Twins

Soho and Jay started strong, but Charlette and Robyn used a few dirty tricks to stop the babyfaces. A combination of a No Future kick and the Queenslayer on Robyn secured Jay and Soho another win.

Roppongi Vice (with Chuck Taylor and Orange Cassidy) beat The Factory (with Nick Comoroto)

This match happened because The Factory invaded an NJPW Strong show with NJPW allowing the Roppongi Vice reunion to teach The Factory a lesson.

Aaron Solo and QT Marshall blindsided Trent Baretta and Rocky Romero and attacked them before the bell rang. The match was built around a Baretta hot tag and him then cleaning the house. Comoroto stepped in for The Factory and even stopped Barretta from taking a suicide dive on Marshall. Roppongi Vice used Strong Zero on Solo to win their first AEW match as a team.

The main event was delivered, and it was great to see Roppongi Vice again.


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