In the opening sequence, Excalibur and Taz stand in front of various cities and greet people at home. After that, going to Joshi Pro for the Summer Sun Princess event last Saturday in Japan, we see Miyu Yamashita come to the ring. The next person mentioned is Thunder Rosa.
Thunder Rosa wins the AEW Women’s World Championship Eliminator Match
The bell rings and the crowd cheers in support of Thunder Rosa. The two women lock hands and they exchange submissions. After some struggle, Rosa gains the upper hand and delivers a chop to her opponent. Rosa hit an arm drag, followed by a rollup. Yamashita kicks out of the pin in turn, also delivering an arm dragging of her own. Rosa delivered an uppercut but only after she slapped a leg sweep to her opponent’s knee. She then went for the pin but Yamashita kicked out at that point. Yamashita then does a quick kick to Rosa’s back but doesn’t receive much from it since she delivers a roundhouse kick of her own counter.
A flurry of punches and elbows are exchanged, with Rosa gaining the upper hand before Yamashita delivers her finisher. Rosa goes for a traditional pin but Yamashita kicks out, and then Yamashita attempts to deliver a series of kicks before being stopped by Rosa.
Yamashita sends Rosa into the corner of the ring, but she kicks out and hits a gut buster on Yamashita. She hits a drop kick that sends Yamashita outside of the ring, followed by elbows to her back. Rosa then sends Yamashita onto the apron, but Yamashita responds with a knee to her face.
However, Rosa escapes. Yamashita shoots a couple of kicks, but Rosa counters with a stunner. Rosa sends Yamashita to the corner with a lariat, followed by two knee strikes. Then, she hits a drop kick to Yamashita’s neck, and then another with the other leg. She executes a Northern Lights suplex, leading into her pin attempt, only for Yamashita to kick out of the pinfall at the last second.
Rosa gains the upper hand and hits Yamashita with a double stomp. The two grapple with one another, and Yamashita kicks out of a pin attempt. Yamashita hits Rosa with a roundhouse kick to the head, followed by a front kick to the face. After that, she hit her with another roundhouse kick. Although Rosa was able to hit back with chops, Yamashita got back up by hitting her with the spine driver. As if that wasn’t enough for one shot though, she went for a pin which Rosa kicked out not too quickly either.
Rosa hits a German suplex, but Yamashita kicks out at 2. Yamaha gets up quickly and puts Rosa on her shoulders before Rosa slides through with a roll up. Yamashi counters the roll-up for one of her own and pulls off the win.
Winner: Miyu Yamashita
The players shake hands and stare down at one another.
After a quick news broadcast for tomorrow’s edition of Dynamite, Private Party comes to the ring followed by Bear Country.
Bear Country (Bear Boulder and Bear Bronson) vs. Private Party (Isiah Kassidy and Marq Quen)
Plucky, daring Kassidy and Bronson start the action. The bell rings and Bronson tags in Boulder. Boulder sends Kassidy into the corner, whacking her several times, and then tags in Quen.
Rushed by a side headlock, Queen slams Boulder to the mat, where he delivers a few lariats in the corner. After tagging in Bronson, Bronson returns with a chop, but Quen fires back with his own. He attempted to pin Boulder but was quickly thwarted by a foot on the chest and kicked out.
Kassidy tags in and drags Bronson down to the mat. He kicks him a few times, then tags in Quen. Quen puts the elbow drop on and then tags Kassidy back into the match. The two double teams on Bronson, delivering some kicks and shoulder strikes, but when he gets fired up, Bronson unleashes some punches of his own. Kassidy starts to kick him to get him down, but Bronson escapes and tags back in Quen.
Bronson sends Quen and Kassidy into one another, then sends them both to the mat.
Bear Country tag back in as Quen looks to hit a Shooting Star Press, but Kassidy is able to avoid it and pins Bronson for the win. Bear Country do the Boss Man Slam on Quen and Kassidy hits a springboard cutter on Bronson while they look for the Bear Bomb.
Winners: Private Party
“Captain” Shawn Dean and Conan Lucan are both waiting for one another inside the ring.
“Captain” Shawn Dean vs. Conan Lycan
The two start trading blows and Dean hits a shoulder tackle. He does some arm drags followed by a couple of drops on the mat before delivering a springboard kick from the outside. He sends Shepard crashing into the ring post too.
He springboards back into the ring and locks in a modified spinning backbreaker. He goes for a pin, but Dean kicks out. Dean hits him with some punches and then applies a clothesline before delivering a DDT. He hops up, and then smashes Lycan with a shoulder to the back.
Lycan hits a Blue Thunder Bomb, but Dean suddenly kicks out. Lycan looks for a 450 Splash, but Dean dodges and hits a drop kick. He wins with a Frog Splash.
Winner: “Captain” Shawn Dean
Acting as a presenter and expert on ‘settling our debts,’ Rohit Raju comes out to perform for the audience again, saying he’ll show them the real value of money by proving his ‘worth.’ He tells them he is someone’s son.
After the bell rang, Jericho Appreciation Society came to the ring. Two members were already waiting inside with Jake St. Patrick, a former WWE Superstar who is now on their side.
Jericho Appreciation Society (“Daddy Magic” Matt Menard and “Cool Hand” Angelo Parker) vs. Jake St. Patrick and Sage Scott
The bell rings and Menard and Parker go right after St. Patrick and Scott, hitting a DDT on them to pin them for the win.
Winners: Jericho Appreciation Society
Willow Nightingale, who needs a new opponent, enters the ring.
Willow Nightingale vs. Mila Moore
The bell rings and the two lock up. Nightingale hits a body slam, then hits a crossbody. She hits a Hip Attack, but Moore fires back with some kicks in the corner. Moore slams Nohtingale’s head into the top turnbuckle, then hits a couple of clotheslines. She sends Moore to the mat, but Moore fires back with a backstabbed. She goes for a pin but Nightingale kicks out. Nightingale hits a body shot on Moore, followed by a cannonball. She hits Doctor Bomb for the win.
Winner: Willow Nightingale
Joe Black and Rohit Raju duke it out at the squared circle
Baron Black vs. Rohit Raju
Black and Raju competed in a No Hold Barred match. When the bell rang, both men exchanged submissions before Black hit a Manhattan Drop. Raju fired back with a knee to the back, then hit a kick to the midsection of Black. Raju hit a clothesline to the back of Black’s head, then went for a pin but Raju kicked out. Black hit an elbow, followed by an uppercut. Black sent Raju to the mat with a chop, followed by a gut wrench. He went for a pin, but Raju was kicked out. Black locked in a cross face, but Raju escaped. He hit a rising knee to Black, followed by a cannonball. He hit one Diving Stomp for the win.
Winner: Rohit Raju
“Angelico” fights Logan Larousse in the Twilight Zone
Angelico vs. Logan Laroux
The two successfully lock in submission holds, before Angelico gains the upper hand. He pins Laroux, but Laroux kicks out. The two lock up and exchange waist locks before Laroux hits a flying forearm. He hits a spear followed by a pin attempt but Angelico kicks out. Laroux climbs to the top rope, but it is still not enough for Angelico, who waits for him and locks in the Navarro Death Roll. Laroux taps out and allows for win to be official to Angelico.
Nick Comoroto appears with QT Marshall, followed by Dante Martin adjacent to Matt Sydal.
Factory management picks up Marshall’s microphone, telling Martin that he believes there is a lot of potential in him. The Factory gives him good luck, and invites him back to join the team.
Nick Comoroto vs. Dante Martin
Comoroto sends Martin to the floor, following up a backbreaker and then a pin. However, Martin kicks out of the pin attempt. Comoroto goes for a tombstone piledriver but instead runs into the corner and eats an enzuigiri from Martin.
Comoroto attacks Martin suddenly, choking him and then hitting him in the back. The fight continues until Martin attempts a kick to Comoroto’s thigh. Comoroto then slams Martin into the corner and delivers two punches to his abdomen area. He goes for a pin though, but Martin kicks out.
Comoroto strikes a backbreaker, Martin fires back with a couple of forearms, then sends him to the mat. Martin hits an elbow, but Comoroto fires back with a knee to the midsection. Comoroto strikes a crossbody off the top. Martin strikes a missile drop kick off the top and goes for a pin, but Comoroto kicks out.
Martin misses a cross body, but Comoroto holds on to it. Comoroto then flips out of a neck breaker and executes a pin attempt, but Martin kicks out. In the end, Comoroto manages to roll Martin up for victory.
Winner: Dante Martin
After their match, QT Martin drops Sydal to the mat, and Comoroto fights off a fan favourite as Fuego beats down Martin.
We then go to a replay of the Rev Pro show from last weekend, with Shota Umino coming out to the ring followed by Pac.
All Atlantic Championship Match: Pac (c.) vs. Shota Umino
Umino pulls on Pac to try and throw him outside of the ring, then rolls him back in. Umino follows up with an elbow that was taken well by Pac who tries a DDT takedown, but it is blocked. Umino doesn’t go down easy and as they fight in the center of the mat, he sends nails across Pac’s jawline. He tries another DDT and this time one looks like it will stick until Umino failed to pin his foe
Pac rolls to the outside for a break. He slides back in and sends Umino into the corner. He hits a couple of kicks, followed by a boot to Umino’s throat. Pac delivers a knee, then locks in a side headlock. Umino escapes.
Umino hits a Snap Suplex and Pac fires back with a kick across Umino’s jaw. Umino hits an insiguri, but Pac fires back with a Thrust Kick. Umino hits a Strong Zero.
Pac hits a pump kick, then locks in a standing neck submission. He brings it down to the mat and Umino taps out.