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AEW Dynamite Results (2/28/2024)



Here are the full results for the episode of AEW Dynamite airing on February 28, 2024.

AEW Dynamite Results (2/28/2024)

Hangman Adam Page opens the show, limping to the ring with a crutch. He is injured and not looking good. Page feels like saying when All Elite Wrestling started, it was a goal and opportunity for him to make the most of the world. He will never forget winning the title in 2021. That was the biggest accomplishment of his career, and it is why it hurts to have that chance to repeat it. He didn’t like it when the title match was made in to a triple threat, and he wanted as a singles, but now it looks like it will be with different competitors. Page will be honest and say he won’t be able to compete at Revolution.

Swerve Strickland enters. He says they have been to war the last six months, but he didn’t expect this to happen. Swerve respects what Page has done, and unfortunately, this is his fate, while his destiny is to move on and become AEW World Champion. Samoa Joe does not like the sound of that. There are a lot of lies being told, so Joe tells some truths. They were just tearing in to each other to avoid looking in the eyes of the real man around here. Joe hears people calling them young and hungry competitors, but he says they are hungry, accomplished wrestlers. And the only reason they are hungry is because he makes it so. He is Samoa Joe and AEW World Champion. And whoever he faces at Revolution, he will whip both their asses.

Strickland says he will do whatever it takes to become champion. He is a career changer, and when he takes that title, Joe won’t have a clue what to do with himself. Swerve is on the verge of making history. And this Sunday, he will become AEW World Champion. Hangman Page hits Swerve from behind with the crutch! He was lying the whole time. Page knocks out Swerve, and that means it will still be a three way at Revolution.

Earlier today, The Young Bucks talk about Sting & Darby Allin. They are dying to see Sting and thank him (while holding their baseball bats) with an interview.

#1. Eddie Kingston & FTR vs. BCC’s Claudio Castagnoli, Jon Moxley & Bryan Danielson – Winners: BCC via technical submission

We get some backstory on the match between Chris Jericho and Atlantis Jr. When Jericho started wrestling in Mexico, he got put in there with some of the greatest. One of those was Atlantis Sr. When AEW began working with CMLL, Jericho requested a match with his son to repay the favor. He will teach him a lesson in violence.

Will Ospreay arrives to officially proclaim himself all elite. Tony Schiavone gets a word. He has fulfilled his obligation to New Japan, had a quick holiday, and now it’s all good. He is here for full-time work baby. But some forget that this isn’t the first time he has been here. He beat Orange Cassidy on PPV. Then he beat Kenny Omega in Canada. And if that wasn’t good enough, he beat Chris Jericho in Wembley Stadium.

He was rolling with the Don Callis Family, and he is ready to pick up where he left off. Speaking of which, here comes the Don Callis Family. Callis says he doesn’t like anything more than a reunion. When he thinks about talent, he thinks about Fletcher, Takeshita, Hobbs, and Ospreay. How are we going to top what they have done? By having the match of the year. The match of the decade. And we will do that by having the two best wrestlers in the world, Will Ospreay and Konosuke Takeshita.

How can he put two family members against each other? Some of the greatest athletes have done it, and then come together to win championships. The best thing is no matter who wins, the winner is the Don Callis Family. Ospreay and Takeshita shake hands, but neither will let go. Still, they show enough respect to one another.

#2. [AEW International Championship] Orange Cassidy (c) vs. Nick Wayne (w/ The Patriarchy) – Winner: Orange Cassidy retains with help from Daniel Garcia & Best Friends following interference from the Undisputed Kingdom

#3. Kris Statlander (w/ Willow Nightingale & Stokely Hathaway) vs. Skye Blue (w/ Julia Hart) – Winner: Skye Blue with an assist from Julia Hart

#4. “Lionheart” Chris Jericho vs. Atlantis Jr. (w/ Atlantis) – Winner: Chris Jericho via submission

Atlantis Jr. father threw in the towel while he was in the Walls Of Jericho. A lot of respect shown afterward.

The Young Bucks come to the ring to look for Sting. Darby Allin surprise attacks them, but is double teamed. They call out Ric Flair, who shows up with a big smile on his face. Flair turns on them, but they low blow him. Sting repels down from the rafters (like he used to in WCW) and takes on The Young Bucks with his bat! Sting, Ric Flair, and Darby Allin stand tall on the Final Dynamite for The Stinger.

AEW Dynamite Results (2/28/2024)

AEW Dynamite Results (2/28/2024)

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