Back from the break, Melo and Hayter begin the action. The bell rings and the two lock up. Hayter delivers a pair of shoulder tackles before Jay runs in the ring. The two look for a double suplex, but Hayter reverses it. She follows it up with a Snap Suplex, then tags in Baker. Baker delivers a pair of forearms, then follows it up with a sling blade. Melo hits a forearm, then tags in Jay. The pair hit Baker with a double suplex before Baker tags in Nightingale. Nightingale delivers a hip attack to Jay, then follows it up with a high boot and a body slam. Blue gets in the ring and the duo hit Jay with a cazadora.
Back from the break, Blue delivers a step-up knee and a thrust kick to Jay. Baker tags in and delivers a swinging neck breaker to Blue. Baker delivers a kick to Blue’s head before Hayter runs in and delivers a Hayte Breaker. Baker follows it up with a Curb Stomp for the win.
Winners: Jamie Hayter and Britt Baker
Commentary then announces that Toni Storm’s time as AEW Interim Women’s Champion is officially being recognized as a normal championship reign, and she is officially a former AEW Women’s Champion.
We then head backstage to Top Flight, FTR and Renee Paquette. FTR compliments Top flight before Darius says that they’ve always dreamed of facing them. He then challenges them to a match for the ROH World Tag Team Championships this Friday on “Rampage” and FTR accepts.
Back at ringside, The Acclaimed and Billy Gunn head down as Caster raps and takes shots at the roster for what went down at Full Gear, including Jeff Jarrett and Jay Lethal’s loss to Darby Allin and Sting.
Bowens says it’s good to be back in Chicago and says there’s a lot to be thankful for. He says they proved that everyone loves The Acclaimed after retaining their AEW Tag Team Titles. Billy Gunn then unwraps his hand and Bowens calls for him to scissor him.
Sonjay Dutt, Jay Lethal, Jeff Jarrett and Satnam appear on the tron. Jarrett says that if they want to talk smack, then he’ll give them something to talk about.
Gunn then grabs a mic and says no one wants to see ‘the old man’ on the screen. He then says this is the moment everyone has been waiting for. The trio then scissor one another in the ring.
Commentary then runs down the card for this Friday’s “Rampage” and next Wednesday’s “Dynamite”.
Back from the break, Tomohiro Ishii heads to the ring, followed by Chris Jericho.