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AEW Dynamite Results (6/7/23)



Welcome to the eWn’s live coverage of AEW Dynamite. Here’s what’s on tap for tonight’s show:

  • Tony Khan to announce the main event of AEW Collision premier episode.
  • We’ll hear from MJF
  • AEW International Championship: Orange Cassidy vs. Swerve Strickland
  • TBS Championship: Kris Statlander vs. Anna Jay A.S.
  • Texas Tornado match: JungleHook (Jack Perry & HOOK) vs. Preston Vance & Dralistico
  • Blackpool Combat Club (Jon Moxley, Claudio Castagnoli & Wheeler Yuta) vs. CHAOS (Rocky Romero, Trent Beretta & Chuck Taylor)
  • Jay White vs. Ricky Starks [Juice Robinson & FTR banned from ringside]

Stay tuned and chat it up in the comments below!


#1. Orange Cassidy vs. Shane “Swerve” Strickland (AEW International Championship) – Winner: Orange Cassidy

After the match, the Mogul Affiliates attacked Cassidy, and the lights suddenly went out. Sting and Darby Allin made the save as the heels retreated.


Out next is Bryan Danielson on commentary, and after we are shown a video package were for Danielson vs. Okada at Forbidden Door 2, Danielson addresses the match on commentary. That’s followed by the rest of the Best Friends ad the rest of the Blackpool Combat Club making their entrance…

#2. Blackpool Combat Club vs. CHAOS – Winner: BCC

We cut backstage to Hangman Page and the Young Bucks, who issue a trios challenge to Mox, Claudio and Yuta. Danielson accepts the challenge on their behalf on commentary.


We see a video package hyping up Kenny Omega vs. Will Ospreay at Forbidden Door 2.


Out next is the AEW World Champion, MJF. He f***s with the Colorado crowd, before Adam Cole music hits.  Before he can do his “BOOM!” and “Adam Cole BAY-BAY!” routine with the crowd, MJF demands his music be cut off. The fans chant “Piece of sh*t” at him.

MJF shares that he did respect Cole and takes a trip down memory lane as he often does, touching on Cole’s time in ROH before and NXT, describing Cole as Shawn Michaels’ handpicked guy, the greatest champion in NXT history. “And that my friend, is undisputed,” says MJF, and then he compliments himself on his clever word play. (I love word play but God, what a masturbatory prick.)

Max draws parallels between Cole and himself, highlighting his own accomplishments in CZW. He too became the hottest free agent in the industry, just like Cole was. He says he looked forward to sharing the ring with Cole but then, he points to Cole and says, “this guy showed up.”

Max talks about how Cole has slipped in years and takes a shot at him for letting Britt Baker walk out of the house everyday with Cole’s balls in her purse. He criticizes him for his deteriorating and poor physique. He’s so frail he makes crack whores jealous.

MJF says that he read that the reason Cole came to AEW was because a certain someone did not see him as a true main event talent. Namedropping Vince McMahon, he quips, “Big fan, by the way.” Max adds that standing opposite Cole now, he totally concurs.

Cole fires back, asking Max if that’s the best he’s got, before saying he’s coming off as no better than a social media troll. He says he’s gonna let the Britt Baker comments slide, since she can kick his ass anytime. He mocks MJF’s failed engagement before getting a “world class douchebag” chant going.

Cole says they are nothing alike, because the AEW locker room and fans respect him. He says they think that MJF is jealous, selfish, lazy and does the least amount possible to be champion and get his paychecks. As the crowd chants “no respect,” MJF says, “Oh you guys don’t respect me … let me cry in my money about it.”

MJF says that’s a lot of tough talk coming from Keith Lee’s manager. Cole calls MJF a coward.  He says MJF won’t fight him because he’s better than him — and they know it.

Maxi-pad is beside himself and yells in Cole’s face that he’ll beat his ass. Cole says, “That a boy, champ. Looks like we got ourselves a match.” He finishes by doing the “Adam Cole — BAY BAY!” routine that MJF robbed fans of at the start of this segment.

Incredible, incredible segment!!


Backstage, The Hardys are shown messing with Ethan Page.


#3. HOOK & Jungle Boy vs. Dralistico & Preston Vance (Texas Tornado Match) – Winner: JungleHOOK


“Thanks guys.” Next up is the focal point of the show… live (taped) from The Bridge on The Starship, Tony Khan announces the main event for the inaugural episode of AEW Collision – Samoa Joe, Jay White & Juice Robinson vs. FTR & CM Punk!!


#4. Konusuke Takeshita vs. Job Guy – Winner: Konusuke Takeshita

Don Callis was on commentary for the “match”, and after Take-a-shit’s win, he got on the mic, but the crow “took-a-shit” on him, booing him out of the building.


Alex Marvez is outside Christian Cage’s locker room, who issues a warning to Arn Anderson. Luchasaurus is seen laying waste to Brock inside Christian’s locker room.


#5. Kris Statlander vs. Anna Jay (TBS Women’s Championship) – Winner: Kris Statlander


Excalibur cums all over himself announcing lineups for the upcoming episodes of Rampage and Dynamite.


In a quick interview, Toni Storm hypes her title defense on next week’s Dynamite, with a No. 1 Contenders match between Britt Baker, Skye Blue, Mercedes Martinez & Nyla Rose set for Rampage.


#6. Jay White vs. Ricky Starks – Winner: Jay White

The finish saw the ref get knocked down, allowing AUstin & Colten, The Gunns, to run interference and attack ‘Absolute,’ thus allowing ‘Switchblade’ to pick up the win. Bullet Club celebrated as Dynamite went off the air…



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