AEW Dynamite Results (4/13) New Orleans, LA

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AEW Dynamite Results (4/13) New Orleans, LA – We are live from the UNO Lakefront Arena in New Orleans, Louisiana, as CM Punk makes his way to the ring for our first match of the night.

CM Punk vs. Penta Oscuro

The bell sounds and we’re off-and-running with our opening contest. The fans are supporting both guys, and haven’t made one a heel by default — yet.

Punk and Penta begin wildly exchanging vicious chops back-and-forth for what seemed like forever. The fans dug that spot and let it be known with a loud “AEW! AEW!” chant. Punk misses a clothesline and Penta hits a superkick.

Punk grabs a knuckle lock on Penta, runs up the turnbuckle, and backflips into the ring to arm drag Penta.

Punk picks up Penta for the GTS, but Penta escapes. Punk is able to send Penta into the corner. Punk follows with his rising knee strike. Punk tries to pull Penta out into a clothesline but Penta reverses into a Slingblade for a 2-count.

Punk appears hobbled so Penta attacks his knee and sends him to the outside. Penta slides out but Punk is one step ahead and already back in the ring. He surprises Penta with a Tope Suicida to the floor as we go to the picture-in-picture break.

Back from the break, Penta is on the ring apron. Punk climbs to the top rope and Penta hits him with a kick. Penta goes up with Punk and they battle on the top rope.

Both men stood on the top rope. Punk appeared to go for a super Frankensteiner but he couldn’t get it and both men fell into the ring. A little delay while the referee checked on Punk, but the match continues.

Penta hoists Punk up onto the top rope. Punk turns the tables and puts Penta on the top rope. He climbs up and brings Penta down with a Frankensteiner from a lower altitude.

Punk goes for the GTS but Penta escapes and is looking for his arm breaker. Punk escapes and locks on the Anaconda Vice. Penta gets his foot on the ropes to break the hold.

Both men crawl out to the ring apron. They trade strikes. Penta kicks Punk in the gut and tries for a package piledriver on the ring apron. Punk escapes and a big kick sends Penta back into the ring. Punk follows with a springboard clothesline.

Punk hits his rising knee strike in the corner and pulls Penta out and into the clothesline. Punk signals for the GTS. He hoists up Penta, but Penta blocks it by grabbing Punk’s knee on the way down. Penta goes for a package piledriver. Punk escapes but Penta gets him in position for his arm breaker. Punk reverses into a rollup but Penta kicks out.

Penta goes for a springboard but Punk catches him on his shoulders and hits the GTS and that gets the pin.

Winner: CM Punk

Eddie Kingston, Santana & Ortiz Surprise J.A.S.

We shoot to a pre-taped “earlier today” segment, which shows the Jericho Appreciation Society, minus two of their members, making their way to their private jet for their trip to Louisiana for tonight’s show.

As we hear Chris Jericho talking arrogantly, we see a car pull up behind them and out through the window pops Eddie Kingston. He reminds Jericho that their beef is “on sight” before tossing out the two missing J.A.S. members — shoe-less. He tells J.A.S. that he, Santana and Ortiz will see them later tonight.

AEW Tag Team Championship Match: Jungle Boy & Luchasaurus vs. reDRagon

Christian Cage comes out on stage with the champs but heads backstage instead of following them to ringside.

The bell sounds and we’re off-and-running with this one. We see the champs pull off to a quick offensive lead, however it isn’t long before O’Reilly and Fish begin dominating the offense. They take it to Luchasaurus, working over his leg. They utilize quick, frequent tags and implement a game plan that sees them keeping the big man grounded.

A big knee from Luchasaurus ends up slowing down O’Reilly. He then tags in Jungle Boy. Jungle Boy takes out Fish and then O’Reilly, before hitting the ropes and connecting with a tope suicida. He re-enters the ring and does a second one.

He goes back into the ring a third time for a third one, but decides against it. Instead, Luchasaurus hits a moonsault off the ring apron to take out the challengers and then Jungle Boy follows up with a flipping splash from the ring to the floor.

Some illegal double-team offense helps reDRagon return to the offensive driver’s seat, just as we head to a mid-match commercial break.

When we return from the break, we see reDRagon still in control of the action. This doesn’t last for long, however, as Luchasaurus ends up tagging in and dominating both guys by himself.

He does his corner to corner splash spot over-and-over again before connecting with a tailspin and a double chokeslam for a close near fall. reDRagon fights back into the lead and hits a crazy falcon arrow spot off the ropes for a close near fall of their own.

The fans give this a standing ovation afterwards and then the action continues with O’Reilly taking it to Luchasaurus. He ends up walking into a super kick from Jungle Boy. Fish hits Jungle Boy with some offense but walks into a DDT.

Finally, Luchasaurus feeds him to Jungle Boy and their Jurassic Express finisher once again gives them a “W.” The popular duo retain their titles with a hard-fought, well-deserved victory.

Winners and STILL AEW World Tag-Team Championships: Jurassic Express

O’Reilly attacks Jungle Boy and Luchasaurus with a steel chair after the bell. He and Fish stumble away but here comes FTR to block their escape up the ramp. FTR pose with their ROH and AAA Tag Team Titles as they get in the face of reDRagon.

— Backstage with the Blackpool Combat Club who will face the Gunn Club on Friday’s AEW Rampage. Jon Moxley says the Gunn Club is a bunch of goofs and they need less of that in AEW. Wheeler Yuta says on Friday the real work begins.

MJF vs. Shawn Dean

We do get the Rat In The Kitchen promo during MJF’s entrance.

Excalibur there’s security all around the arena to keep Wardlow out of the arena.

MJF acts like he’s struggling to take off his jacket. Dean finally jaws at Spears and MJF attacks. His jacket wasn’t broken at all!

MJF ships Dean upside down into the corner and poses for the crowd.

We cut away to a group of unconscious security guards backstage.

MJF sends Dean to the outside and whips him into a ringside barricade. MJF poses with his back to the barricade and a security guard walks up and unmasks. It’s Wardlow!

MJF runs for it and Wardlow gives chase. Spears tries to hit Wardlow from behind with a chair but it has no effect. Wardlow goes to powerbomb Spears but security runs down. Wardlow just mows down a dozen security guards, including powerbombing one onto the ring apron.

Referee Bryce Remsburg is administering the 10-count but MJF either can’t or won’t get back in the ring as Wardlow is right next to the ring. MJF gets the microphone and tries to bribe Remsburg to stop his count but it doesn’t work and MJF is counted out!

Winner via count-out: Shawn Dean

MJF gets in Remsburg’s face after the match but Remsburg is having none of it. Spears gets between them.

Backstage, we see Wardlow still beating up security guards. He grabs a camera and screams that it’s not going to end until he’s released from his contract with MJF.

— We get a video with Darby Allin. Allin skateboards through the streets.

— Back from the break, we get a prerecorded video with Malakai Black. It is pretty creepy.

Chris Jericho, Daniel Garcia & Jake Hager vs. Eddie Kingston, Santana & Ortiz

Jericho and his crew enter to “Judas” and the crowd sings along. Garcia is wearing a backward Kanga hat for his entrance.

Kingston is wearing a “Thump” t-shirt. Santana and Ortiz are bringing the stolen shoes of Matt Menard and Angelo Parker with them to the ring.

Jericho and Santana start out. Santana quickly backs Jericho into the corner and rains down with punches.

Jericho runs into a boot from Santana. Jericho tries some chops but Santana answers right back. Double leg takedown by Santana and he lands more punches as everyone else brawl on the floor.

In the ring, Jericho is still taking a beating from Santana. He tags in Ortiz and they land a double team on Jericho.

Hager takes a cheap shot from the apron on Ortiz and Jericho takes advantage and tags in Hager. Double flapjack on Ortiz and Hager goes to work on Ortiz.

Ortiz goes low and attacks Hager’s knee and manages to get a sunset flip for a pin attempt. Hager powers Ortiz into his corner and Garcia tags in.

Garcia brings in Jericho who hits a belly-to-back suplex on Ortiz and the cocky “Come on baby!” pin attempt as we go to the picture-in-picture break.

When we return from the break, we see Kingston, Santana & Ortiz nearly finishing off the J.A.S. on a few occasions. Santana nearly scored the pin after an Eddie Guerrero frog-splash tribute spot off the top.

After some interference, we see Daniel Garcia steal the win by securing the pin on Kingston. As soon as the bell sounded to declare the J.A.S. the winners, Jericho hits the ring and immediately starts blasting Kingston with cheap shots.

The entire J.A.S., all five members, end up in the ring putting a hurting on Kingston. They eventually bring Santana & Ortiz in to give them a beat down as well.

Winners: J.A.S.

— We see Alex Marvez backstage with MJF. Marvez bring up “Captain” Shawn Dean picking up another upset victory tonight with his win over MJF and chuckles in doing so. This sets MJF off who asks if he thinks it’s funny. He asks if the fans watching think it’s funny and then asks if they think this is funny — he points out that he still has the contract over Wardlow and declares no more free rides and fun times showing up to arenas. He says he is going to put Wardlow to work and reveals that he will be squaring off against The Butcher. The Butcher appears and makes a scary face into the camera to end the segment.

Marina Shafir vs. Skye Blue

We get a quick look at Jade Cargill not watching the match backstage and her “Baddie Section”, which includes Kiera Hogan and Red Velvet.

Shafir is overpowering Blue. Blue tries to fire up but Shafir grabs her and puts her down with an overhead throw.

Cargill’s “Baddie Section” is taunting Shafir and distracts her for a moment. Blue tries to attack from behind but Shafir quickly retakes control and locks on a triangle submission for the finish.

Winner: Marina Shafir

The commentary team is implying that Cargill is not taking Shafir seriously.

— Backstage, Lexy Nair is with Hook. Next week, Hook will compete on Dynamite. Tony Nese and Mark Sterling stroll into the frame. Hook gets up and they quickly leave. Danhausen is behind Hook and tries to curse him. Hook casually tosses a medicine ball over his shoulder. Danhausen catches it and falls down.

— We see Dan Lambert, “All Ego” Ethan Page and TNT Champion Scorpio Sky standing together backstage. They talk briefly and then Sky announces that he will be defending his title against Sammy Guevara at the upcoming second installment of the AEW Battle of the Belts series. Sky ensures everyone watching that the title will not change hands and that the only thing that will change is his title streak — when it grows by one when he defeats “The Spanish God” at the special event.

Ricky Starks & Powerhouse Hobbs vs. Shane “Swerve” Strickland & Keith Lee

We return inside the arena after the backstage segment with The Men of the Year. The theme for Ricky Starks hits and the crowd nearly pops the roof off the building as the New Orleans native from Team Taz makes his way to the ring.

He gets emotional as he soaks in the love from his hometown fans while Excalibur informs the viewing audience of his background in the city and ties to Hurricane Katrina. Also in the ring is his partner, Powerhouse Hobbs.

Now the theme for Shane “Swerve” Strickland hits and out he comes, as does Keith Lee, for this advertised tag-team showdown. The bell sounds and we’re off-and-running with this one.

Starks and Strickland get after it from the word “go,” with the FTW Champion and Team Taz member putting it on the man who claims every building he enters as his legal residence. Who’s house is it?!

We see Starks stop briefly to soak in the love from the crowd as he continues to handle Strickland, however this ends up ultimately backfiring on him because it gives “Swerve” just enough time to recover. He gets in some offense and then tags in the powerful Keith Lee.

Lee takes it to Starks and then Strickland locks Starks’ arms behind him so Lee can give him a wide-open super-chop across the chest. The smack echos throughout the arena and then Lee continues to go to work on him.

The fans start to chant for Starks as he continues to get beat down by Lee and Strickland, the latter of which hits a crazy top-rope high spot just before we head to a mid-match commercial break while the action in this tag bout continues.

Back from the break, Hobbs is beating up on Strickland. Strickland escapes a slam and tags in Lee. He runs wild on Starks with shoulder tackles.

Lee is hit from behind by Hobbs. He shrugs him off, leapfrogging Hobbs charging at him. Hobbs spears Starks instead. Lee throws Starks into Hobbs.

Strickland tags in but Starks escapes a suplex. Strickland sends Starks to the floor and back into the ring. He pulls Hobbs down off the apron but when Strickland goes into the ring he runs into a spear from Starks. He gets a near fall on Strickland off a flipping DDT.

Starks puts Strickland on the top rope and goes up after him. Lee made a blind tag and Strickland tosses Starks from the top rope right into the path of a charging Lee.

Hobbs and Lee go face to face but referee Stephon Smith breaks it up and sends Hobbs back to his corner.

Starks tries to lift Lee for the Roshambo but can’t do it.

Taz makes his way down to ringisde.

Lee lifts Starks into a powerbomb position but Hobbs cuts off Strickland, who was on the top rope. Starks escapes Lee for a moment but is put back on the top rope. Starks pushes off Lee and hits a spear to Lee from the second rope. Strickland breaks up the pin attempt with a splash.

Hobbs comes in and Lee powers him up. Hobbs escapes. Lee goes off the ropes but Taz grabs his foot. Hobbs hits his spinebuster and pins Keith Lee to get the win.

Winners: Ricky Starks & Powerhouse Hobbs

— We shoot backstage after the match where we see Tony Schiavone standing by with AEW Women’s Champion Thunder Rosa. She talks a bit about her upcoming title defense against Nyla Rose at the AEW Battle of the Belts special event this coming Saturday night.

When she finishes up, we see Nyla Rose and Vickie Guerrero enter the camera shot. Nyla is holding a cake and she taunts Rose, telling her it’s to celebrate the shortest AEW Women’s title reign in history.

Rosa gets upset and ends up attacking the duo, smashing the cake in the face of Rose. The two brawl until security breaks them up. The commentators finish running down the lineups for next week’s programming and then we head to another commercial break.

Friday’s live edition of AEW Rampage (Special Start Time 7 PM ET)

  • AEW World Championship Texas Deathmatch: Hangman Page (c) vs. Adam Cole
  • Blackpool Combat Club vs. Gunn Club
  • Owen Hart Foundation Women’s Tournament Qualifier: Ruby Soho vs. Robyn Renegade

Battle of the Belts II on Saturday night

  • AEW Women’s Championship Match: Thunder Rosa (c) vs. Nyla Rose
  • TNT Championship Match: Scorpio Sky (c) vs. Sammy Guevara
  • Ring of Honor World Championship Match: Jonathan Gresham (c) vs. Dalton Castle

Next Wednesday night’s Dynamite

  • Wardlow vs. The Butcher
  • Hook’s Dynamite debut
  • Owen Hart Foundation Women’s Tournament Qualifier: Dr. Britt Baker vs. Danielle Kamela
  • Owen Hart Foundation Men’s Tournament Qualifier: Jungle Boy vs. Kyle O’Reilly
  • Coffin Match: Darby Allin vs. Andrade El Idolo
  • Tony Khan will make a huge announcement

ROH TV Championship
Minoru Suzuki (c) vs. Samoa Joe

The bell sounds and we’re off-and-running with this one, which gets off to a hot start as Joe and Suzuki trade back-and-forth chops for what seems like an eternity, stopping to let their chests recover enough to go at it again, as well as to let the crowd react.

Finally they mix in some additional offense, with Suzuki jumping into a flying armbar on Joe. He ends up hanging over the top-rope while still holding onto the submission attempt. He finally lets go and we head to a mid-match commercial break as the action continues.

We return from the break to see more chops. Joe now fighting from underneath, with the crowd cheering him on as he makes his big offensive comeback. He ends up taking over the lead and scores the victory to become the new ROH TV Champion.

Winner and NEW ROH TV Champion: Samoa Joe

Sonjay Dutt and Jay Lethal quickly take the microphone and taunt Joe. The lights go out. When they come back up, Satnam Singh is in the ring. He’s a 7′ 3″ former professional basketball player from India who signed with AEW last September.

Singh clotheslines Joe and helps Lethal and Dutt beat him up. Joe tries to fight back but Singh grabs him from behind in a head vice. Lethal finishes off the beatdown with a Lethal Injection. They stand tall as the broadcast goes off the air.

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