AEW Deadly Draw Results (8/10): Nicole Savoy Debuts As Lil' Swole, Two Teams Advance In Week 2

AEW Results Photos & Videos |By Matt Boone |Tue, August 11, 2020 - 12:35PM EDT
AEW Women's Tag-Team Cup: The Deadly Draw Results (Week 2)

Week two of the first-ever AEW Women's Tag-Team Cup Tournament: The Deadly Draw took place on Monday, August 10, 2020 and streamed live via the official All Elite Wrestling YouTube channel.

Featured below are complete results of week two of the AEW Deadly Draw tournament from 8/10/2020:

AEW WOMEN'S TAG TEAM CUP: THE DEADLY DRAW WEEK 2 RESULTS


Results by Matt Boone (@MattBoone1984) for eWrestling.com

The ring announcer for the evening was Shaul Guerrero, and the commentary duties were handled by the two-person team of Tony Schiavone and Veda Scott.

Backstage: Big Swole Meets Lil' Swole

This week's show opened up with a Big Swole backstage interview and there was a surprise for her, as "Lil' Swole" was introduced, played by independent pro wrestler Nicole Savoy.

Big Swole & Lil' Swole vs. Leva Bates & Rache Chanel

It was then announced that the Swole-duo would be facing off against the newly announced team of Leva Bates and Rache Chanel.

That would be the opening bout represented in the two-match card for week two, as the team of Big Swole & Lil' Swole would go on to defeat the duo of Leva Bates & Rache Chanel when the Swoles hit a combination flatliner and blockbuster on Bates for the pin fall victory.

With the win, the team of Big Swole & Lil' Swole will move on to the semi-finals of The Deadly Draw tournament.

Winners and ADVANCING to The Deadly Draw semi-finals: Big Swole & Lil' Swole

AEW Heels Promo

After the first round match concluded, we shot to a commercial advertisement promoting the new women-focused wrestling community established by Brandi Rhodes, AEW Heels.

Ivelisse & Diamante vs. Dasha Gonzalez & Rachael Ellering

We get the chip-selections to determine the next team and it will be Ivelisse and Diamante end up being the next announced team for the tourney.

Next, Dasha Gonzalez is told by Shaul Guerrero that she will be competing in the tourney, which appeared to catch her off guard. She then draws her chip and we see Rachael Ellering show up. They seemed to recognize each other from their WWE days. They will be teaming up against Ivelisse & Diamante in the main event, which took place right after this segment wrapped up.

The match was pretty good, with Dasha actually coming off well in her AEW in-ring debut.

When all was said-and-done, however, it was a running Yoshi Tonic from Ivelisse that secured the victory for she and Diamante.

With the win, they advance to the semi-finals of The Deadly Draw.

Winners and ADVANCING to The Deadly Draw semi-finals: Ivelisse & Diamante

Alex Marvez Interviews Week 2 Competitors

Once the main event for week two wrapped up, the show as a whole wrapped up following a series of interviews, as AEW broadcast team member Alex Marvez spoke with the competitors who wrestled on this week's show.

Announced For The Deadly Draw Semi-Finals In Week 3 ...

From there, we are informed that week three of The Deadly Draw will feature the following pair of matches, as the semi-finals of the tournament will officially get underway on the Monday, August 17, 2020 episode of the show, which streams live on the AEW YouTube channel at 7/6c.

    * Big & Lil Swole vs. Nightmare Sisters
    * Ivelisse & Diamante vs. Tay Conti & Anna Jay.

And that was it for week two of the AEW Women's Tag Team Cup Tournament: The Deadly Draw. Check out the complete video archive of the Monday, August 10, 2020 episode of the show below courtesy of the AEW YouTube channel.

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