AEW Dynamite Results: October 9, 2019


Here are the results for the October 9th, 2019 edition of AEW Dynamite.

The Young Bucks vs. Private Party

We start with Kassidy and Nick. They trade a series of reversals before Nick spits in his face. Eventually, Kassidy is sent to the corner, where Matt sentons onto Kassidy and kicks Quen out of the ring.

Matt and Nick start to work over Kassidy’s left arm and Nick sends Quen out of the ring again. Kassidy escapes a double suplex and gets an enziguri on Nick and a moonsault on Matt.

Eventually, Quen gets the tag and dives onto Nick and Matt on both sides of the ring with a series of dives, which the crowd pops for. 450 splash on Nick gets a close 2 count.

Matt gets a superkick on Quen and The Young Bucks hit a double superkick on Kassidy. Matt gets a sunset flip powerbomb and powerbombs Kassidy on the entrance ramp.

The Young Bucks hit a double team move on Quen that gets 2. Nick gets Quen into the Sharpshooter, but Quen escapes to the ropes. Matt and Nick then begin to work over Quen while Kassidy recovers on the outside.

Quen briefly escapes but Matt intercepts him. He goes for the tag to Kassidy, but Nick drags Kassidy off the apron. Matt gets a spear on Quen from behind for a 2 count. Quen gets a double backflip kick on the Young Bucks and Kassidy gets the hot tag.

Kassidy runs wild, but he is selling his back. Eventually, Matt gets a shot to Kassidy’s back and gets three consecutive Northern Lights Suplexes on Kassidy. He eventually brings Quen along for the ride and gets a northern lights suplex on both men for a 2 count.

A powerbomb/enziguri combo connects on Kassidy and it leads to Kassidy getting a Sharpshooter by Matt. Nick gets a superkick on Quen on the outside. Nick gets a facebuster on Kassidy while the Sharpshooter is still applied, but Kassidy fights to the ropes.

Quen gets the blind tag while Kassidy gets an inverted hurricanrana on Matt. Then, Private Party get a hurricanrana/cutter combo. Quen goes to the top rope and gets the shooting star press on Matt for a close 2 count.

Matt and Nick go for the piledriver, but Kassidy brings Nick off the mat at the last moment, and Quen rolls up Nick for the 3 count.

Winners: Private Party

Out comes Jericho with Sammy Guevara, Santana, Ortiz and Jake Hager.

Jericho gives himself credit for AEW having the highest rated debut in TNT history. Jericho says the faction isn’t next, but they are now. Jericho says Sammy Guevara looks like a Spanish God and puts him over and LAX. He then introduces Jake Hager before the crowd before the crowd cuts him off with “We The People” chants.

Chris responds by saying that it was stupid idea from creative that is dead and buried, a clear shot to WWE. He puts Hager over with his undefeated record. Jericho says that they are the Inner Circle and says they are in charge.

Chris then talks about his challenger Cody, and says that he’s been entitled from day 1 and that he doesn’t like his family. Jericho says he will beat up his brother, Dustin, tonight and he will beat the sh*t out of him at Full Gear.

Jimmy Havoc vs. Darby Allin – AEW World Championship #1 Contender’s Match

Allin offers a handshake, but Havoc attempts a clothesline which misses. Allin gets a quick roll-up for 2 and taunts him. Havoc thens pits at him before Allin gets a rope assisted arm drag.

Allin gets a running dropkick before Havoc bites Allin’s hand and suplexes him onto the outside. Allin then starts to work over Allin’s left hand. He bites Allin’s hand a second time. Allin gets some corner uppercuts before Havoc gets a jumping sleeper and turns that into a suplex.

Jimmy gets a rolling elbow for 2. A Death Valley driver also gets 2. Then, a Tiger Driver connects but Allin gets to the ropes. A brief Crucifix by Allin gets 2 before Havoc regains the advantage. Allin eventually bites Havoc’s finger before getting a stunner and a top rope coffin drop for the win.

Winner: Darby Allin

Emi Sakura and Bea Pristley vs. Riho and Britt Baker

We start with Sakura and Riho in a tug of war that results in a slam by Sakura. Riho comes back with a jumping dropkick. Eventually, Sakura gets the advantage and works over Riho with the Romero Special. Pristley tags in and takes out Baker on the outside.

Baker comes back with a press and right hands. Everyone starts brawling with each other before Riho gets a top rope dive onto Pristley and Sakura.

Back from commercial, Sakura gets an underhook backbreaker and a running crossbody in the corner for 2. Eventually, Baker gets a cutter. Riho takes out Pristley and Baker gets a swinging neckbreaker for 2. Eventually, Baker gets the submission for the win.

Winners: Riho and Britt Baker

After the match, Pristley and Baker brawl some more before they are separated.

Jon Moxley vs. Shawn Spears (w/Tully Blanchard)

Moxley gets in Spears’ face and the two brawl to start. Spears starts with some shark knife edge chops before Moxley responds. Elbow drop by Moxley gets 2. He follows with kicks and then knee drops for 2. Spears lays in chops, Moxley fires back and then walks into a dropkick as Spears covers for 2.Back to he floor and Spears spits water at Moxley, Moxley fires up and delivers rights as they work back into the ring.

Spears counters into a sky high for 2. The half crab follows, dumps Moxley and hits a suicide dive. Moxley battles back, and then he hits a suicide dive. Back in and Moxley unloads with strikes, knee strikes, and the knee trembler for 2. Spears fires back, they trade and Moxley rebounds with the lariat. Tully distracts Moxley and Spears hits ushigoroshi for 2. Moxley counters the second try into death rider for the win.

Winner: Jon Moxley

After the match, Kenny Omega appears with weapons in hand. He slides a barbed wire bat down the ramp for Moxley to use. The two are about to fight before PAC leaves commentary and strikes Omega from behind.

Dustin Rhodes and Adam Page vs. Chris Jericho and Sammy Guevara

Hager is at ringside. Dustin and Jericho begin. They brawl to he floor with Dustin controlling and posting Jericho. He then cuts off Guevara who flies out after him and backing the ring, Dustin works over Guevara and tags in Page. They follow with double teams, Page then hits the fall away slam and plancha. Page then hits the pump handle bridging slam on Guevara for 2. he follows with chops, tags in Dustin and he whips Guevara to the buckles.

He follows with strikes, tags in Page and double teams follow as Page hits the running shooting star press for 2 as Jericho makes the save. Page hits a slam, heads up top and Jericho distracts him allowing Guevara to pancake Page off of the buckles and he covers for 2. Post break and Jericho is choking out Page.

He follows with the running knee and then chokes him out again. Jericho misses the knee and crotches himself in the ropes. Guevara in and cuts off the tag, hits the double stomp and covers for 2. He grounds Page, but Page powers up into a belly to back suplex. Jericho tags in and they trade strikes until Jericho hits the back elbow.

The lionsault eats knees and Page fights of Guevara with a huge rolling lariat and gets the hot tag to Dustin. Dustin runs wild on Guevara, hits the dropdown uppercut and follows with a high cross onto the heels. Guevara fires back, gets dumped and Page follows with the moonsault to the floor until Hager runs him over.

Dustin hits code red on Jericho for 2. He sets for shattered dreams, snap slams Guevara and Hager attacks behind the ref’s back as Guevara held the ref down. Jericho hits the Judas effect and picks up the win.

Winners: Chris Jericho and Sammy Guevara

After the match, the Inner Circle beats down Dustin while Page brawls with Hager on the outside. The lights go out and Cody is here. He gets a Cross Rhodes on Guevara. LAX blindsides him before MJF arrives with a chair and cleans house on the Inner Circle. He celebrates too much and Jericho gets the Code Breaker from behind. Now it’s the Young Bucks who come out to brawl with LAX.

Jericho escapes, but Darby Allin comes down on the skateboard and hits the flying knee and shots to the back with the skateboard. Jericho says he’ll see Allin next week and that it’ll be his funeral.

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