Wrestlingnews365. presents the results of AEW Dynamite, the final episode before the highly anticipated AEW Full Gear PPV. With tensions running high, the night promised action, drama, and intense face-offs as wrestlers geared up for the upcoming pay-per-view event.
The main event of the evening was the ‘Like A Dragon’ street fight, sponsored by SEGA. The star-studded match featured Kenny Omega, Chris Jericho, Kota Ibushi, and the returning Paul Wight joining forces to take on Don Callis’ formidable family – Konosuke Takeshita, Kyle Fletcher, and Powerhouse Hobbs alongside Brian Cage.
Main Event: ‘Like A Dragon’ Street Fight
The ‘Like A Dragon’ street fight lived up to its name as chaos ensued both inside and outside the ring. Paul Wight made a powerful return, Chokeslamming Kyle Fletcher off the stage through a table.
Meanwhile, in the crowd, the Golden Lovers attacked Brian Cage with baskets, adding to the bedlam. In the end, Kenny Omega, Chris Jericho, Kota Ibushi, and Paul Wight emerged victorious, setting the stage for a thrilling Full Gear PPV.
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Kenny Omega, Chris Jericho, Kota Ibushi, & Paul Wight
Tag Team Showdown: The Young Bucks vs. Penta El Zero Miedo & Komander
The tag team showdown between The Young Bucks and the formidable duo of Penta El Zero Miedo and Komander delivered high-octane action that had the audience on the edge of their seats.
The Bucks initially gained an advantage with swift superkicks, but Penta and Komander fought back fiercely. The match showcased a blend of athleticism and strategic maneuvers, with each team attempting to outdo the other.
Penta’s acrobatics and Komander’s resilience added layers of excitement. In a surprising turn, The Young Bucks secured the victory through a series of well-coordinated moves, leaving fans eager for the next chapter in this intense rivalry.
The Young Bucks
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Jon Moxley & Wheeler Yuta vs. Orange Cassidy & HOOK
The ongoing feud between Jon Moxley and Orange Cassidy escalated as they clashed in a tag team match. Moxley teamed up with Wheeler Yuta against Cassidy and HOOK. The match spilled into the crowd, with Moxley using innovative tactics, ultimately securing a victory for his team with a seatbelt pinfall.
Wheeler Yuta & Jon Moxley
TBS Championship Eliminator: Skye Blue vs. Red Velvet
The TBS Championship eliminator match between Skye Blue and Red Velvet was a hard-fought battle that unfolded with both competitors displaying remarkable skill and determination.
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The back-and-forth action spilled from the ring to the outside, with each woman unleashing a barrage of strikes and high-impact moves. Red Velvet’s athleticism and Skye Blue’s technical prowess created a compelling dynamic.
The contest intensified as they exchanged near falls, demonstrating their resilience. Ultimately, Skye Blue secured the victory with a well-timed counter, earning her a coveted spot in the upcoming triple threat match at AEW Full Gear.
Swerve Strickland Faces Off Against Adam Page
In a heated confrontation, Swerve Strickland faced off against Adam Page, with tensions rising between the two competitors, turning their confrontation into a war of words.
Accusations flew as Page labeled Strickland a coward, questioning his worthiness as a World Champion. Despite the heated exchange, Strickland remained composed, even smiling at Page’s provocations.
The tension escalated when Page delved into Strickland’s personal life, criticizing his associations and promising not just a victory in the ring but also revenge on Prince Nana.
The confrontation reached a boiling point when Page momentarily discarded the no-physicality rule, attacking Strickland and setting the stage for their highly anticipated clash.
No clear winner, as the confrontation ended in chaos.
Samoa Joe Dominates Jon Cruz
In a match that showcased the sheer dominance and prowess of Samoa Joe, the Samoan Submission Machine took on Jon Cruz in a contest that was more of a one-sided demonstration of skill and power. From the moment the bell rang, it was evident that Joe was in complete control of the situation.
Jon Cruz attempted to make an early statement with a swift kick, but it only served to incur the wrath of Samoa Joe. Responding with a thunderous big boot, Joe quickly established the tempo of the match. The jabs that followed were executed with precision, leaving Cruz staggering and vulnerable.
Attempting to capitalize on the situation, Cruz leaped from the top rope in a high-risk maneuver, only to be met by a well-timed evasion from Samoa Joe. The enziguri that followed left Cruz dazed, and Joe wasted no time in transitioning into his signature submission holds. The rapid sequence of Joe’s offense left Cruz with no room to counter or escape.
With a quick and efficient series of moves, Samoa Joe brought the match to a swift conclusion, forcing Jon Cruz to submit. The victory underscored Joe’s reputation as a force to be reckoned with in the AEW roster, sending a clear message to potential rivals that he is a formidable contender in any competition.
MJF and Jay White Exchange Verbal Barbs
MJF took center stage to address his past and the challenges he faces as AEW World Champion. Apologizing to The Acclaimed for recent attacks, MJF expressed his fears and determination to retain his championship.
Jay White interrupted, labeling MJF as the villain and emphasizing that MJF’s days are numbered. Bullet Club Gold attempted to ambush MJF, leaving the champion down and setting the stage for a potential showdown at Full Gear.
No clear winner, as it led to an ambush by Bullet Club Gold on MJF
The night was a rollercoaster of emotions and intense matchups, setting the tone for the upcoming AEW Full Gear PPV. With rivalries reaching boiling points and alliances forming, the AEW roster is poised for an unforgettable showdown at the pay-per-view event. Stay tuned for more updates as AEW continues to deliver thrilling and unpredictable wrestling action.