Here are the results for this week’s episode of AEW Dynamite.
The Inner Circle are backstage and they wonder what they’re going to do with the Stadium Stampede Champion t-shirts that they had made but will now have to go to waste. There are a lot of boxes of the shirts in a truck backstage and Ortiz wonders what they’re going to do.
The Elite are backstage and Hardy expresses pride in fighting with The Elite last Saturday. Hardy says he and the Bucks of Youth will team up in glorious battle, but Nick asks if he can see a different version of Matt, and he comes back in regular gear attire.
Matt Hardy and The Young Bucks vs. Joey Janela and Private Party
Hardy and The Young Bucks hit a series of moonsaults on Isiah Kassidy and pin him for the win.
Winners: Matt Hardy and The Young Bucks
After the match, Matt Hardy looks to check on Mark Quen, who looks to have taken a spill. He’s limping and Matt helps him to the back. Then, The Butcher and The Blade ambush The Young Bucks, but then The Revival, or FTR, make their AEW debuts by driving to the ring. They approach The Young Bucks, but they attack The Butcher and The Blade and The Young Bucks follow up with superkicks. FTR and The Young Bucks stare each other down before FTR leaves.
Jon Moxley joins commentary to see Brian Cage in action.
Brian Cage vs. Lee Johnson
Cage jumps Johnson before the match started. He wins easily with the Drill Claw.
Winner: Brian Cage
After the match, Tazz takes the mic and gives Jon Moxley respect for what he’s done in his career, but warns him that at Fighter Fest, he wants to bring the fight, grit and heart that he’s known for, because Cage will take his heart out of his chest. Beat him if you can. Survive if he lets you.
Dr. Britt Baker is out on a wheelchair and Tony Schiavone announces The Rules of Being a Role Model segment. Don’t hurt the model. She says without her, ther eis no women’s division. She calls Kris Statlander a crock of shit, and calls Hikaru Shida a fraudulent champion. She then says Nyla Rose is a conspirator because she just so happened to botch a landing on her. She then brings out a chart with a web of women that caused her to be in a wheelchair.
She starts with Aubrey Edwards and doesn’t think it’s a coincidence she’s always there when she suffers from an injury. Britt says the joke is on us because we tried to take her out, but she’ll be back at All Out.
Chris Jericho is backstage and says that they are going to have a huge Pep Rally and will get back on track after they got robbed last Saturday. Orange Cassidy is backstage and just walked around a little. Jericho takes note of that, and says he’ll see him later.
Christi Jaynes vs. Hikaru Shida
Hikaru Shida picks up the victory with the Falcon Arrow.
Winner: Hikaru Shida
Cody is out and he says Tom Brady is his favorite quarterback because he was not picked first and his legacy endured. The parallel is that Tony Khan wanted to recruit the best of the best for AEW, and he wasn’t the first, second or even the third person called. But that doesn’t matter, because he’s the first TNT Champion ever.
His story may look like it’s one of nepotism, but he’s actually someone who was 21 year old who didn’t know how to hit the ropes, paid his dues and grew right in front of us. He’s someone who had hard work embedded in him by his mother and that he’ll outwork anyone. He’s about to cut a schedule like no wrestler before. He issues an open challenge, and every week with the TNT Championship, he will put it on the line. We’re still in the pandemic era of wrestling, but he still feels an obligation to give the fans his best because this is where the fun begins.
Kip Sabian and Jimmy Havoc vs. SCU
Kip Sabian dropkicks Scorpio Sky into a Mchinoku Driver by Jimmy and Jimmy pins Scorpio for the win.
Winners: Kip Sabian and Jimmy Havoc
MJF says that he’s perfection in the ring and he’s been undefeated for over a year, so it’s perplexing that he has yet to receive a title shot. He’s starting to think someone in the AEW office doesn’t like him. When he heard a Battle Royal was being held for a TNT Title opportunity, he figured why not make sure that certain someone gets good competition. Wardlow is going to be his insurance policy, and when it’s between him and MJF, he knows what to do. Wardlow seems to take offense to that, but MJF says he was just playing.
Battle Royal for Future TNT Championship Match
Jungle Boy and Orange Cassidy team up to eliminate MJF and Wardlow. Jungle Boy wins the Battle Royal when he eliminates Cassidy with a running hurricanrana over the top rope.
Winner: Jungle Boy
Cody vs. Jungle Boy for the TNT championship, Jimmy Havoc and Kip Sabian vs. Kenny Omega and Adam Page for the Tag Titles are announced for next week as well as Chris Jericho being in action. Also, Jon Moxley vs. Brian Cage for the AEW World Championship is official for Fyter Fest.
The pep rally for The Inner Circle begins and Vicky Guererro kicks us off. Jericho says the Inner Circle have come upon rough times, but like five sexy Pheonixes, they will rise again. Jerich ogot everyone Stadium Stampede merchandise. Sammy says they may not have won, but they participated so they got everyone participation trophies. Santana got a chopped Cheese, he got Sammy Guevara some medicine, Jake Hager some Timberland boots and Jericho a portrait of Marc Anthony.
Jericho got Sammy his own scooter and Ortiz some headphones so he can hear. Hager got everyone a hand-written poem. Chris Jericho eventually says what he truly wants is Mike Tyson’s head on a platter. He said he hasn’t forgotten what happened to him on a Monday Night on January 11th, 2010. He turned into a traitor and Chris has been dreaming of getting his hands on him ever since.
Jericho says he wants his head on a platter. Sammy couldn’t do that, but he got him a cheese platter with a little bit of the bubbly. The cheese platter is almost empty and the bubbly is empty. Jericho asks Sammy what the deal is before Mike Tyson comes out.
Jericho tells Tyson that he’s dreamed of this moment for 10 years and Tyson calls Jericho a sucker. He will give him one chance to apologize. Tyson takes off his shirt and flexes in front of him. Tyson shoves him before Jericho responds and the Inner Circle and Tyson’s posse brawl with each other. Security comes out to break the huge melee as AEW goes off the air.