AEW Dynamite Results (11/20) – Indianapolis, IN

AEW Dynamite Results (11/20) - Indianapolis, IN

We are live from Farmers Coliseum in Indianapolis, Indiana, and ready for our first match of the night!

Nick Jackson vs. Fenix

Back and forth action early on. The two end up on the floor pretty quickly, lots of reversals, Fenix stops Nick from getting in the ring, Nick stops Fenix from getting in the ring. Both jump in the ring and go for stereo dropkicks that leads to a stalemate. Crowd enjoyed that spot. Both trade chops to the chest. They end up back on the floor again, Nick with a step up twisting senton, Fenix ducks it and hits a cutter on the floor. Back in the ring, Fenix with a hard senton down on Nick. Crashed right down on his chest, ouch.

Nick recovers and hits a flurry of kicks, bulldog, running knee strike, cover, two. Dual superkicks, Nick selling his leg injury. Both end up dancing on the ropes, Nick with a second rope hurricanrana! Cover, two. Crowd is really feeling this match. Multiple reversals from both wrestlers, Nick tries for a superkick, nobody there, Fenix with one of his own that lands flush. Nick with a superkick, Fenix with a kip-up and lands a superkick of his own. Both guys down and Rick Knox starts up his ten-count.

Fenix walks the second rope and hits a hurricanrana, sending Nick crashing down to the floor. Back in the ring, Fenix with a step-up moonsault, lands on his feet, but Nick with three kicks to the heads. Fenix up and hits a cutter as Nick charges in, pin, two. Both fight on the apron, trading strikes, Nick with a stalled german suplex on the apron!

Nick sends Fenix into the ring, springboard facebuster. He goes back to the apron, springboard canadian destroyer, cover, two. Nick goes right into the sharpshooter in the middle of the ring. Crowd with multiple “AEW” chants. Fenix with a superkick, springboard spinning heel kick, spinning muscle buster, cover, 1-2-3.

Winner: Fenix

After the match, Nick puts his hand out, Fenix looks at it, then heads out of the ring. Crowd boos that move.

Britt Baker vs. Hikaru Shida

Commentary noting Baker is number one, Shida is number two in the women’s rankings. Multiple arm drags to get things started. Each try for pin attempts, but don’t even get one-counts. Shida with a penalty kick, misses. Crowd with a “She’s a dentist” chant for Baker. Britt looks for the lock jaw early, but Shida is able to fight it off and then roll out of it. We go to a split-screen commercial with Baker working over Shida, german suplex, cover, two.

Both end up on the floor with Shida throwing Baker into the barricade. Crowd with a fairly split chant for Baker and Shida. Shida goes under the ring and pulls out a chair, she sets it up on the floor, but uses it as a launch pad for a rising knee to Baker. Baker’s nose is slightly busted open during the break. Shida charges in, gets knocked to the apron, Baker with a draping DDT, cover, two. Shida with a judo throw, fireman’s carry into a backbreaker, cover, two. Shida with a running knee strike, cover, Baker reverses right into lockjaw though! Baker with a swinging neck breaker, pin, two. Baker tries for a low thrust kick, blocked, Shida with a thumb to the eye, rolls Baker up, two. Shida with a falcon arrow, pin, two. Shida with another running knee strike, cover, and that will do it.

Winner: Hikaru Shida

– Vignette for the Dark Order. A guy is walking in the subway, checking his glasses. Another guy bumps into him on purpose and steps on his glasses. They laugh at him and walk away. The guy gets on the subway and listens to a commercial for The Dark Order, which is looking like basically a cult. “There is strength in numbers,” the spokesman says. “We will help you become like just one of us.” He puts out a #JoinDarkOrder hashtag, “Join us…or we will find you.”

Dynamite Dozen Battle Royal
Adam Page vs. Jimmy Havoc vs. Joey Janela vs. MJF vs. Pentagon Jr. vs. Billy Gunn vs. Chuck Taylor vs. Orange Cassidy vs. Sonny Kiss vs. Kip Sabian vs. Marko Stunt vs. Jungle Boy

The two wrestlers left at the end of this battle royal will face off next week with the winner earning an AEW diamond ring, for some reason.

Christopher Daniels distracts Pentagon as the bell rings and Pentagon gets dumped over the top to be eliminated right off the bat! Pentagon and Daniels brawl up the ramp. Taylor dives to the floor onto Sabian on the floor but he didn’t go over the top.

Kiss distracts Gunn by twerking but then MJF grabs him and tosses him to the floor to eliminate him! Everyone jumps on Gunn and beats him down but he lays everybody out! Gunn clotheslines Havoc over the top to eliminate him! Stunt jumps on Gunn’s back but gets dumped to the floor, too.

Havoc grabs a staple gun and starts stapling everybody!

During the break, Spears came out with a chair and knocked Janela off the top rope with it eliminating him. Gunn catches fire with right hands for everybody until he gets to Cassidy. Cassidy does his lazy kicks and then gets dumped to the floor by MJF to eliminate him to GIGANTIC heat!

Gunn gets in MJF’s face and even shoves him only to eat a Fameasser for his troubles! MJF sold it like death, too! Gunn tosses MJF over the top but he catches himself. Gunn grabs MJF by the head but Wardlow walks down to distract him. MJF rakes his eyes and then Page hits the Buckshot Lariat on Gunn and eliminates him!

Page catches fire now and lays everyone out with clotheslines. Page eats a Flying Knee from Taylor and then he goes to the apron but Penelope Ford grabs his leg and Sabian dropkicks him off the apron to eliminate him.

Jungle Boy hits an insane Flying Rana over the top eliminating Sabian! Jungle Boy hangs on to the ropes to save himself from elimination but MJF grabs him from behind and slams him to the floor to elimainte him!

Winners: Page & MJF

After the match, MJF and Page start fighting but referee’s get between them.

– During a commercial, we see Chris Jericho and Jake Hager walking in the backstage. They end up bullying Peter Avalon and Leva Bates a bit as they head there from the backstage area. Y2J will make his announcement next!

– Back from the break and we see how Jericho got pinned for the first time last week.

In the Arena:

“Le Champion” Chris Jericho makes his way to the ring accompanied by Jake Hager.

Chris Jericho comes out for what is being described as a “major announcement.” Jericho admits he had a “temper tantrum” last week and says he had to pay for everything because of it. He says it wasn’t conduct that a champion should display and starts to apologize but just can’t bring himself to say the words. He finally gets Hager to say it for him. Hager almost cracks up at one point.

Jericho says that next week he finally get the ‘thank you’ he deserves and says he will have the “Chris Jericho Thanksgiving Thank You Celebration.” SCU’s music interrupts him and they come down to the ring.

Scorpio Sky says that it takes a “paragon of virtue” to apologize when someone does something wrong and Jericho has proven that he is that and more tonight. Sky says that Jericho forgot to mention why he threw a tantrum. He reminds him that Sky pinned him.

A “you got pin” chant breaks out which does not amuse him. Sky says that it was one of the greatest moments of his life. He says that his DM’s blew up after that and even his high school crush “Melanie Parsons” DM’d him and asked him out.

Sky apologizes to Jericho for embarrassing him last week, sarcastically. Jericho says he isn’t embarrassed and Melanie gained a lot of weight since high school. “I like big butts and I cannot lie,” Sky retorts. Jericho says that he thinks it’s “cuter than Baby Yoda” that Sky thinks he beat him fair and square but says he isn’t in his league.

Jericho says he wants to rectify the loss to Sky in a one-on-one match. Daniels says that they need at least a one or two months to train for the match but Jericho gets pissed and walks right into what they wanted, which is a match next week! Kazarian jumps in, “You have to make sure it isn’t for the AEW Title because we know how crazy Jericho gets over that title.” Sky says he doesn’t deserve or want a title shot, which Jericho takes the bait on again and says the title will be on the line!

They shake on it and Sky gets in Jericho’s face. “You may think I don’t have a chance but maybe I’ve been waiting 15 years for an opportunity just like that,” Sky says. “Maybe next week I’m going to beat you for the AEW Championship and turn ‘La Champeon’ into “Le Bitch!”

The Inner Circle hits the ring and beats down SCU. Jericho hits the Judas Effect on Sky as the Inner Circle forces the rest of SCU to watch. Marko Stunt and Jungle Boy – who were bullied by Jericho during the break – hit the ring and get laid out, but Luchasaurus hits the ring and comes face-to-face with Hager!

Hager makes out like we’re about to get a “hoss fight” but backs down and retreats with the rest of the Inner Circle instead.

Luchasaurus vs. Peter Avalon (with Leva Bates)

Avalon cuts a quick promo about being glad Luchasaurus is back in the ring. It’s a quick one with Luchasaurus giving Avalon a roundhouse kick to the head, cover, 1-2-3.

Winner: Luchasaurus

Private Party vs. Santana & Oritz

Santana and Cassidy getting things going, Santana drops Cassidy a few times, and calls him “baby boy.” Back and forth action, Santana with a german suplex with the bridge on Quen, Cassidy with a double stomp to break that up. Santana with a stalled vertical suplex. Ortiz tags in, they switch off with Ortiz taking over, Quen is up in the air for a long time. Santana then tags back in and takes over again! Ortiz tags back in, Quen has been up there for a minute, Ortiz plants him on the mat, lazy cover, two.

Santana hits a Backbreaker on Quen and then holds him over his knee in a kind of modified Bow-and-Arrow submission. Santana hits a series of Rolling Vertical Suplexes capped off with Santana handing Quen off to Ortiz for a Delayed Suplex. Santana comes back in and Ortiz hands Quen over to him as well and they do the hand off yet a third time before Ortiz drops Quen with a Falcon Arrow for a nearfall.

Ortiz starts raking the back of Quen and then locks him in a Boston Crab. Santana tags himself in and kicks Quen in the head before locking him in a Camel Clutch while Ortiz holds onto the Boston Crab at the same time! Santana transitions into a rollup for a nearfall before we go to another break.

PNP are still working Quen over in their corner as we come back from a breakup. Ortiz locks Quen in a Bear Hug but he manages to roll him up and dive to tag in Kassidy! Kassidy hits a Hurricanrana on Ortiz and dropkicks Santana off the apron.

Kassidy hits an Enziguri on Ortiz and then a Asai Moonsault onto Santana on the floor! Kassidy hits a Slingshot Code Red for a nearfall but Ortiz wasn’t legal. Quen hits a Somersault Plancha onto Santana on the floor. Private Party goes for the Silly Sling but Quen’s back is injured.

Ortiz hits a Powerbomb on Kassidy followed by a Roundhouse Kick from Santana for a nearfall. Santana tags in and kills Kassidy with a Pump Kick followed by a Hanging Cutter from Ortiz for another nearfall.

Santana grabs a slapjack from under the ring as Ortiz distracts the referee but Nick Jackson runs out and takes it away. Kassidy Superkicks Ortiz and then one for Santana. Gin & Juice to Santana for the pin!

Winners: Private Party

Sammy Guevara runs out and attacks Nick Jackson but Dustin Rhodes makes the save!

Kenny Omega is working out, then talks to the camera. Says he’s not a promo guy, nor a hardcore guy, but he’s been doing things he hasn’t done previously. Omega says people feel like he’s lost his marbles, and he feels like it came from losing to PAC. Omega says he’s getting a chance for revenge next week. He goes back to working out and there’s only like 5-10 pounds of weight on the bar.

Jon Moxley vs. Darby Allin

Before the match gets rolling, we see footage of Allin skateboarding around with a body bag that has “Mox” on it. At a concert, Moxley gets in the bag and it’s crowd surfed through the audience. A group of guys bring the body bag out and put it on the floor, Moxley rolls over in it, unzips it, gets on his board and skates down to the ring with the bag. Moxley heads to the ring through the crowd. Right when he gets to ringside, Allin nails him with a suicide dive. Allin dumps Moxley into the crowd and they start brawling out in the crowd for a moment. Moxley looks to suplex Allin, he lands on his feet, leaps back over the barricade to drop Moxley.

Moxley picks up and dumps Allin on the floor, he then drives Allin into the ring post. This is a #4 vs. #5 match in the men’s rankings. Moxley tosses Allin in the match and the bell finally rings to make this one official. Allin goes up top, goes for a crossbody, but ends up just bouncing off Moxley, who has a big size advantage. Moxley launches Allin across the ring, then kicks his feet up in the corner for a moment.

We go to a split-screen commercial with Moxley just beating up Allin pretty much the whole time. Allin with a big crossbody and ends up going over the top rope, but Moxley got caught up in the top rope, eventually flopping down to the mat. Allin with some shots to Moxley’s face and just shoves Moxley into the steps. Allin slams Moxley’s hand down on the steps. They end up in the ring, but Allin dropkicks Moxley back to the floor. Crowd fairly split for this match. Allin heads up top, but Moxley stops him, Allin is able to jam Moxley’s fingers down on an exposed turnbuckle, Moxley just shoves Allin down, falling awkwardly down on the top rope and into the ring.

Allin tries to focus on the hand, but eats a release suplex. The body bag has made its way into the ring. Moxley rolls Allin into it and zips it up. Moxley then kicks away at Allin, referee Bryce Remsburg shoves him away, once, and then twice. He unzips the bag, crowd boos. Moxley pulls him out of it. Allin is able to hit an over-the-top stunner, but eats a sidewalk slam. Moxley tries for paradigm shift, no, Moxley charges in the corner, hits the ring post, Allin with a cover, two. Yoshi tonic by Allin, pin, two. Allin up top, coffin drop, but he goes right into a rear naked sleeper. Allin leans back for a pin attempt, two-count. Moxley and Allin on the second rope, he twists Moxley’s fingers, but Moxley bites his face and hits a second rope paradigm shift for the win.

Winner: Jon Moxley

We go to credits with Moxley celebrating in the ring.


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