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AEW Collision: Huge guest confirmed for this weekend’s show (15/07/23)

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In a thrilling revelation, Jushin Thunder Liger, the WWE Hall of Famer, has confirmed his presence at the upcoming AEW Collision event.

Liger, renowned for his classic matches with the late great star, Owen Hart, will be attending the Owen Hart Foundation Tournament finals for both the men’s and women’s tournaments.

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AEW Collision: Liger’s Anticipation for the Event

Liger expressed his excitement for the event on Twitter, stating that he was looking forward to returning to Calgary, Canada, after a long time.

He was invited as a guest to the memorial tournament for Owen Hart, a place where he had previously showcased some of his most memorable matches.

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Card Update

The AEW Collision event is set to be a thrilling spectacle with a lineup of exciting matches. The AEW Tag Team Champions FTR will defend their title against Jay White & Juice Robinson.

The Owen Hart Tournament Final will see CM Punk face off against Ricky Starks in the men’s category. The women’s final will feature Willow Nightingale or Athena against Skye Blue or Ruby Soho.

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AEW Collision: A Must-Watch Event

With the confirmation of Jushin Thunder Liger’s presence, the anticipation for the Collision event has reached new heights.

Fans are eagerly awaiting the event, which promises to be a thrilling spectacle with a mix of high-octane matches and the presence of a legendary figure in the world of wrestling.

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