An unexpected star made their All Elite Wrestling in-ring debut on the first of the company’s ‘House Rules’ non-televised events.
AEW’s Vice President of Talent Development Pat Buck made a surprise return to the ring to face off against QT Marshall.
The match came about after the pair got into a war of words over who had the best wrestling school between Marshall’s Nightmare Factory and Buck’s Creat-A-Pro.
The end of the match came after TNT Champion Powerhouse Hobbs distracted Buck, allowing Marshall to get the win.
Great promo with Pat Buck and @QTMarshall putting over their students from @CreateAPro and @NF_Training#AEWHouseRulespic.twitter.com/hCSvzE33V6
— Tim Rogers (@TheTimRogers) March 19, 2023
Before becoming All Elite in April 2022, Pat Buck worked in WWE and was involved with Talent Relations as well as being a producer. He served as a liaison between the company and independent wrestlers who were used as extras on shows. On top of this, he also acted as a talent scout and made occasional appearances on WWE TV as an Official.
AEW House Rules results
Thanks to F4WOnline for the results below:
- Ethan Page defeated Shawn Dean. After the match, Page asked for another match.
- FTW Championship match: Hook (c) defeated Ethan Page
- Jeff Jarrett defeated Brian Pillman Jr.
- Ruby Soho defeated Hollywood Hayley.
Following the bout, Soho spray-painted Hayley before Skye Blue made the save. Soho took a microphone and said she was saving Blue for her friend Toni Storm on Dynamite and left the ring.
- QT Marshall defeated Pat Buck after a distraction from Powerhouse Hobbs.
- Britt Baker defeated Anna Jay AS in Jay’s first match since being injured back in January.
- TNT Championship match: Powerhouse Hobbs (c) defeated Christopher Daniels
- Jon Moxley and Claudio Castagnoli defeated Lee Moriarty and Big Bill