AEW Dynamite Results (4/06) Boston, MA

AEW Dynamite Results (4/06) Boston, MA

AEW Dynamite Results (4/06) Boston, MA – We shoot insidet he Agganis Arena in Boston, Massachusetts, after the theme intro plays. Jim Ross welcomes us to the show with his usual catchphrase and then sends things down to the ring for our opening contest.

Adam Cole vs. Christian Cage

The two men lock up early and it is Christian Cage who takes control to start, but Adam Cole quickly reverses it by taking the veteran into the corner, abusing the full five count. Cole then rolls to the outside and then spits at Christian. However, as he tries to run around, Cage goes under the ropes and then drops him with a clothesline.

Cage then unloads a series of chops, but Cole reverses when being put on the top turnbuckle. He escapes out and hits a kick to the legs, which sees Cage drop and hang, allowing Adam to get a free superkick shot to the face. Outside the ring, Cage is then sent into the guard rail and the steel steps.

Cole continues putting pressure on inside the ring, standing down on his neck while Christian’s head is stuck on the bottom rope. The veteran once again turns things around with a dive to the outside, and then they go back and forth with punches inside the ring. Cage is able to connect with a swinging DDT, but Cole then kicks out.

The veteran then looks for an inside cradle, and then he transitions into a reverse DDT, but misses wildly with a top rope splash. Cole then follows up with a series of kicks to the fact, and he then hits the Boom, but he doesn’t drop the knee pad. This allows Christian to kick out, just before the three count!

Cage ends up hanging Cole onto the middle rope as he leaps to the outside and slaps him. But as he tries to jump from the second rope, Christian once again gets caught, this time by a superkick. Cage kicks out and then Cole looks for Panama Sunrise. However, Christian slaps him and follows up with a hurricanrana, and this time it is the Undisputed Elite star kicking out.

Cage looks for a Spear, but eats a kick to the knee, although Cage then reverses the Panama Sunrise. However, Cole reverses the Spear with a Pump Kick. The reversals continue after an attempted Boom, and Cage finally hits the Spear! But Cole kicks out, and they gain a huge standing ovation.

Cage goes after his opponent, but he hides through the ropes with the referee stuck in the middle. Cole hits an eye rake and then nails the Boom, this time without the kneepad.

Winner: Adam Cole

After that, reDRagon head to attack Christian, but Jurassic Express makes the save and they fight to the back. Cole is left alone in the ring and Hangman Page comes out. Cole tells him he won’t face Hangman unless the title is on the line, as Page is scared of him. However, Hangman says he will give him it, and it will serve as his punishment.

Hangman Page says next week, AEW is live in Texas for Rampage. He tells the Undisputed Elite star he will defend the title… in a Texas Deathmatch! He tells Cole to get his affairs in order.

— We get highlights form Samoa Joe appearance at ROH Supercard Of Honor.

Owen Hart Foundation Men’s Qualifying Match
Samoa Joe vs. Max Caster

We return live inside Agganis Arena for the first qualifying match for the men’s Owen Hart Foundation tournament. The theme for Samoa Joe hits and the crowd gives him a standing ovation that lasts for a while.

Finally, the hip-hop theme for The Acclaimed hits and out comes Max Caster with his “listen! listen!” freestyle rap. He throws out a few lines about Joe playing with himself too much …. and some shots about how AEW was beating NXT in the ratings when he was their world champion.

In the ring, both guys are ready to go and the bell sounds to get this one off-and-running.

Caster runs his mouth to Joe, and he headbutts him and then starts unloading with strikes into the corner as he then dances before unloading a big chop.

Joe charges into the corner and follows it with his classic enziguri. Joe then chops the back of Caster and follows it with an elbow drop. The Acclaimed regroup outside the ring, but Joe then charges out with a tope suicida, dropping Caster again, while Anthony Bowens managed to escape.

Joe then follows Bowens and that allows Caster to blast his opponent from behind. Caster hits a few chops, but then Joe drops him with a charge. He follows that up with the Muscle Buster, and this one is over.

Winner: Samoa Joe

After the match, Sonjay Dutt and Jay Lethal are shown, saying they won’t ruin his moment, because they’ve got more class. Last week, they changed their outcome on life, and Lethal wonders if he’d have that outlook if Joe actually answered his phone. Jay says he called Joe for four months asking for advice. However, Jay says Joe only answers the phone to billionaires. He says he respects Joe, and he’d have rolled out the red carpet. Sonjay says it isn’t too later, and Lethal agrees, so next week there will be a present that Samoa Joe will never forget.

– Tony Schiavone is backstage with the Blackpool Combat Club, and William Regal hypes up the Rampage matches that his men will be having. Jon Moxley says the forecast is bones cracking like thunder and raining blood.

Shawn Spears vs. Shawn Dean

Joining the commentators on special guest commentary for this match will be MJF.

We hear MJF getting razzed by the commentators, most notably Excalibur, while Spears takes it to Dean early on. He dumps him out to the floor and then points out a “Wardlow banned from the building” poster to the camera.

Back in the ring, we see Spears “playing with his food,” beating down Dean with ease some more but refusing to let him get pinned for a three count, as he lifts his shoulder at the count of two.

As the fans chant “Wardlow! Wardlow!” we see some activity on the big screen from backstage. A couple of security guards are shown laid out. Excalibur says, “This can’t be right,” and then says he’s just gonna let Maxwell Jacob Friedman find out for himself.

On that note, we see Wardlow quickly heading to the ring from backstage. He takes out a couple more security guards and then emerges and begins making a B-Line to the commentary table to finally get his hands on MJF.

Eventually three more security guards stop him just as he was about to get to MJF. While he is being carried off, Dean surprises Spears from behind with a roll-up for the three-count, picking up another upset victory.

Winner: Shawn Dean

— Backstage, Tony Schiavone is with The Best Friends. Trent argues with Wheeler Yuta about not loving him, despite Chuck saying the opposite. He says Wheeler can become what he wants, which is the best wrestler he can be, while being part of The Best Friends. He ends up walking off upset and telling both Chuck and Trent not to touch him.

– Eddie Kingston and Santana/Ortiz are shown brawling the JAS earlier tonight, with Jericho’s group running away and driving out of the arena.

– Kingston and his group then make their way to the ring as he calls Chris Jericho a two-faced coward. He says if Jericho is with his wife and kids, he’s attacking them, and the same goes for the rest of them. Santana says that this is what they do, and Ortiz tells them to turn up next week for a six-man tag match. Kingston says they will be in New Orleans and they will beat their ass.

— When we return from the break, Tony Schiavone is standing on the entrance ramp. His guest at this time, TBS Women’s Champion Jade Cargill, makes her way out.

Cargill tells Schiavone to cut the sh*t first of all. She’s here to introduce her “Baddy” (or Batty?) section. A couple members of said-crew are shown sitting in the front row. She brings up Marina Shafir and says she’s sick of MMA washouts making their way over to wrestling. She says Shafir calls herself “The Problem,” and points out that she is “The Problem Solver.”

– MJF and Shawn Spears are shown backstage, as Spears tells Wardlow he is pissing up the wrong tree. MJF says if Wardlow shows up net week, there will be twice as many security members. MJF then tells Shawn Dean he will face him next week, and there will be a purple heart, as he is going to hurt him more than he could have done in the service.

Tables Match
The Hardys vs. The Butcher & The Blade

The Butcher and The Blade get out tons of tables immediately, and they then rip the legs from one of them and use them as weapons to take advantage early on. Inside the ring, The Blade sends Jeff towards a table that is propped in the corner, but he doesn’t hit it. Blade then charges into and Jeff sidesteps as Blade crashes in.

Outside the ring, Butcher drops Matt with a chair to the face. He then sets a table in the middle of the ring on just one led so it is slanted. He tries to suplex Jeff through it, but Matt makes the save and they hit a double DDT. Butcher is then propped on that table, but Blade pulls Jeff off the top rope.

He then hits a neck breaker to Matt as the heels regain control. Butcher then lifts up Blade and he leaps off the top rope to send him crashing through the table. They then turn their attention to Matt in a two-on-one situation. Outside Butcher charges into a table, which Matt avoids. Blade then continues the attack on Matt himself.

Jeff then grabs the foot of Blade (even though he should be eliminated), and that allows Matt to turn things around. He uses the chair to attack Butcher, who gets set on a table. Matt connects with a Leg Drop, eliminating him as well. Matt then dives to the outside, but Blade avoids it and Matt crashes and burns through a table.

Matt then gets launched outside, onto the concrete. They then suplex him back over, slamming Matt onto the floor, but Jeff had pulled the table out of the way.  Jeff charges into Blade, and he then begins fighting with Butcher outside the ring. He connects with a Twist Of Fate to Blade, and Matt does another.

The Hardys then bust out a ladder, setting Blade onto the tables below, while Jeff hits the Swanton through the table to win it for his team”

Winners: The Hardys

After the match, Andrade, Jose, and Private Party head out, but Sting comes down to level things up. Andrade puts The Bunny between them so he is able to escape.

— We see a video package hyping up Nyla Rose and Thunder Rosa.

– Backstage, Jamie Hayter and Toni Storm are shown. Jamie hopes she faces Toni, as she says all the momentum she has stops with her. However, Storm says this has only just begun.

Owen Hart Foundation Women’s Qualifying Match
Julia Hart vs. Hikaru Shida

After that, we head back to the ring for our Owen Hart Foundation Women’s Qualifying match. Julia Hart makes her way to the ring. Out next is her opponent in this qualifier for the women’s tourney, as Hikaru Shida makes her way to the squared circle as well.

The bell sounds and we see Hart jump off to an early offensive lead, taking it to Shida. She even tells The Varsity Blonds to head to the back because she doesn’t need help.

Right at that point, however, Shida starts to take over on offense. On the floor, Shida opens up a chair and sets it up and then runs and leaps off of it for a kick to Hart.

Back in the ring. Shida looks to capitalize on the momentum she just established, however she takes too long catering to the fans and ends up walking into a kick from Hart.

We head to a mid-match commercial break. When we return, we see Hart still controlling the action against the former AEW Women’s Champion.

She misses a high spot off the top, leading to Shida catching her with a kick and a falcon arrow for the pin fall victory. With the win, Shida advances to the tourney.

Winner: Hikaru Shida

Serena Deeb then tries to take a cheap shot by attacking from behind, but Shida is ready and has her kendo stick, while Deeb holds her chair. They face-off but don’t fight.

– Swerve is then backstage talking about being at the Grammy’s. He hasn’t forgotten about the last match. He heads away to the locker room, but Hobbs and Starks head in and jump him. Keith Lee then appears and he charges Hobbs through a thin wall.

The Young Bucks vs. FTR II

Cash Wheeler and Matt Jackson start this out hot, with some shoves in the corner. But the FTR star then brings Matt down to the mat several times. He keeps things hot with a shoulder tackle and then he mocks the Bucks by doing their pose. Jackson charges in, but Wheeler brings him down again and Dax Harwood comes in.

However, Nick Jackson manages to tag in, but Harwood keeps control with a headlock, as he then starts working the arm. Dax pulls the head gear of Nick, puts it down his pants, and then throws it at Matt, following up with a scoop slam to Nick. They keep the pace fast, but Nick then tags out, only for Dax to roll away. All four end up in the ring facing off.

All four men end up brawling, and it’s the challenges who come out on top, taking both men down with a double hip toss and dropkick combination. But Wheeler responds with a double clothesline, and he tags in then locking in a Sharpshooter. Nick tries to break it with a superkick, but Wheeler avoids it and then gets put in a Sharpshooter by Harwood.

Nick gauges the eye of Wheeler, and that breaks things up. The Bucks then hit several combination attacks in the corner, including a cannonball/enziguri. Matt heads to the second turnbuckle and drops down with an elbow drop, and Nick then comes in, pushing Cash’s head into the ropes.

Nick gets slingshotted over the top rope, landing on Wheeler, as they maintain control here. Cash is able to sidestep Matt though, sending him outside, but as he looks for a tag, Nick takes down Harwood with a dropkick, stopping it just in time. Matt charges to the corner looking to hit Wheeler, but he avoids it and Matt eats an enziguri from his brother. This time a tag happens!

Dax comes in hot taking down both of his opponents, sending Nick to the outside as he unloads with hops and strikes on Matt. He then nearly catches Matt out with an inside cradle, and they then go through several pinning combinations back and forth. When that ends, Harwood just stops things with a piledriver, but Matt kicks out!

Nick gets dropped onto the apron by Wheeler, while inside the ring Dax and Matt go to the top turnbuckle. Dax hits a superplex, but as Cash aims to dive onto him after a tag, Nick stops him with a hurricanrana and everyone is down! Nick tags in and hits a great knee strike and then a bulldog-dropkick combination for the Bucks.

Nick takes out Dax with a big kick to the face, but then he holds onto Nick’s next move as he rocks him with a brainbuster to the floor. Matt dives out with a dropkick, but as he comes back in, Wheeler drops Matt face-first to the mat, and somehow The Young Bucks star kicks out! FTR look for the Big Rig, but Nick blocks it and then distracts the official, allowing Matt to hit a low blow. They then hit their own versions of the Big Rig, but Wheeler fights out!

Nick then grabs an ROH belt, but Dax starts a tug of war with it. Nick fights out and ends up clocking Cash in the head with it as the official doesn’t see. He falls back into a roll-up, but Harwood breaks it up! He gets sent out with a double superkick, and they then hit the BTE Trigger to Cash, but he gets his foot on the rope at the last second.

FTR fight back and then hit a slingshot powerbomb/tombestone combination! They then nail Matt with a BTE Trigger of their own, kissing Matt for added effect. That is followed by the Big Rig as they retain their titles in an incredible tag team match.

Winners: FTR

The show goes off the air during FTR’s post-match celebration.

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