AEW Dynamite Results for December 30, 2020


AEW begins with the entire roster gathered on the stage as they honor Brodie Lee with a 10 bell salute, with Lee’s wife and son being in the middle. Miro is crying in the background.

We get a tribute from Jon Moxley, reminiscing on the stories he spent with  Brodie Lee. Ordering Chinese food at 2 AM and sharing hotel rooms with him. He calls pro wrestling a community and not just a support. Everyone support and love each other brought together by this one thing we love. And everyone comes together to celebrate a great human being and to inspire others to love and appreciate the people gathered around them everyday. Every day Jon spent with Brodie was all the more special. He loves him and will never forget him.

Matt Hardy and Private Party vs. The Young Bucks and Colt Cabana

Cabana and the Young Bucks win when the Young Bucks hit the Indy Taker and Cabana covers with the Superman pin.

Winners: Colt Cabana and The Young Bucks

Post-match: The Acclaimed come out. Max Caster says he has something to say about Dark Order, but SCU come running in! Young Bucks hit The Acclaimed with dual superkicks and a Boom Boom Drop take The Acclaimed out as they hold up The Dark Order pose.

A Darby Allin testimonial opens with Darby admitting that he wanted to wrestle Brodie once he met him at Brodie’s debut. He talks about how “there was no ego with Brodie.” He says Brodie wanted “to lift everyone up.” He ends by saying, “he was the man by far. I wished I could’ve wrestled him.”

Before the match, Eddie Kingston says, “Brodie! I love you. I miss you. The DarkOrder’s nothing without him, and we’re gonna prove it you cowards.”

The Butcher and The Blade vs. The Dark Order

The Dark Order win with Fatality.

Winners: The Dark Order 

Post-match: Kingston makes his way into the ring. Dark Order and Archer hit Kingston with strikes. Then Jake Roberts takes out Kingston with a strike!

Another testimonial begins with a slideshow of Brodie Lee and pictures of him and his family. Arn Anderson, Colt Cabana, and Arn Anderson share their memories of Brodie and how much of a family man he was. Referee Bryce Remsburg emotionally remembers Lee and their memories together of talking about their families. He ends by saying, “If there was a Mount Rushmore of wrestling dads. I think Brodie Lee should be on that face”

The Inner Circle vs. The Dark Order and Adam Page

The Dark Order wins when John Silver hits Brodie’s discus clothesline.

Winners: The Dark Order and Adam Page

Post-match: Silver is emotional as Erick RedBeard joins Dark Order in the ring and holds up a sign that says, “Goodbye for now my brother. See you down the road.”

– An Eddie Kingston testimonial plays as he expresses how much he’ll miss Brodie. He tells Brodie’s kids that he’ll never be gone as long as you remember him. He tells Brodie’s kids about how much Brodie loved them.


Dr. Britt Baker and Penelope Ford vs. Anna Jay and Tay Conti

Anna Jay makes Ford tap out for the win.

Winners: Tay Conti and Anna Jay

Tony Schiavone comes in as he interviews Britt Baker. Baker who called him into the ring. Baker says she’s sick of “the conspiracy around here.” She says everything’s rigged. Thunder Rosa runs in! Rosa beats down Baker as Rebel and the referees try to break things up.

Chris Jericho leads another tribute video where he notes that he and Brodie Lee wrestled 27 times. He recalls wrestling him at Saudi Arabia and talks about how smart Brodie was where he noted that an arrow in the hotel room pointed to Mecca. He notes that he brought Lee to AEW and he proved that he could be a main event level star. He said Lee came to his house one day and his dog, who normally doesn’t like strangers, greeted him warmly proving how great of a person Lee was. He ends saying, “I love you, Brodie. We are gonna miss you. We promise to take care of your family.

Before the match, Orange Cassidy gives -1 a fist bump as he, Cody Rhodes and Ten were hand picked for this match because they are Brodie Lee Jr.’s favorite wrestlers.

Orange Cassidy, Cody Rhodes and Ten vs. Team Taz

Cody Rhodes launches Ricky Starks into Ten for a spine buster for the win.

Winners: Cody Rhodes, Orange Cassidy and Ten

Post-match: Cody hugs Ten and whispers in Ten’s ear. Cody tells Ten to pose on the corner. Team Taz come in and take out Cody, Orange and Ten. Lights go dark, and it’s Darby Allin! Darby emerges from the back with his skateboard, and the lights go out again. It’s Sting! Sting also emerges from the back as he and Sting make their way to the ring. Team Taz are on the ramp covered in snow as Sting and Darby join Cody, Orange and Ten. The two sides stare each other down.

Cody is now in the ring alone with a mic in hand. A “Brodie” chant breaks out from the crowd as Cody fights back tears. Cody talks the many stories everyone has told about Brodie Lee and the positive impact he’s had on everyone. Cody notes that there aren’t many people that have that kind of impact across many companies. Cody introduces -1, Brodie Lee Jr. who comes out with his mother, Ten and Tony Khan.

Cody gestures for -1 to leave Lee’s boots in the center of the ring as Cody leaves his bandana on top of it. A spotlight is shown on the memorial. Tony Khan calls Lee “the greatest TNT Champion they’ve ever had” and announces Brodie Lee Jr. as TNT Champion for life. Khan thanks the crowd and ends the show on a tribute video showing clips and pictures from Brodie’s wrestling career and his life.


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