Rey Fenix returns to the ring, Tony Khan update on AEW Collision

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Rey Fenix returns to the ring on tonight’s live edition of Collision while AEW will provide an update on Tony Khan.

Saturday’s edition of Collision from Daily’s Place will have a later-than-usual start time as it follows TNT’s coverage of Game 3 between the Boston Celtics and Miami Heat with an approximate start time of 8:30 p.m. ET.

The promotion has announced Rey Fenix will be in action against The Beast Mortos (formerly Black Taurus) on tonight’s show from Jacksonville, Florida.

Fenix has been out of action since October due to injury. This past January, he shared a status update during an interview with Denise Salcedo.

AEW has also announced that they will have an update regarding Tony Khan after Wednesday’s injury angle when The Young Bucks hit Khan with a TK Driver, which generated publicity when Khan sold the injury by wearing a neck brace throughout coverage of the NFL Draft this past week.

Collision will be followed by a live edition of Rampage with AEW running three consecutive hours on TNT tonight.

Below are the lineups:

AEW Collision
*New AEW Champion Swerve Strickland to speak
*Unified World Trios Championship: Bang Bang Gang © vs. Action Andretti & Top Flight
*The Acclaimed vs. Grizzled Young Vets
*Timeless Toni Storm vs. Anna Jay
*Rey Fenix vs. The Beast Mortos
*An update on Tony Khan

AEW Rampage

*Parking Lot Fight: Trent Beretta vs. Chuck Taylor
*Deonna Purrazzo vs. Thunder Rosa

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