AEW Dynamite Results (4/27) Philadelphia, PA – We are live from the Liacouras Center in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, as CM Punk makes his way to the ring. He will be at the commentary table for our opening contest of the night.
Dax Harwood vs. Cash Wheeler in an Owen Hart Tournament Qualifier
FTR theme song hits and out together comes the tag-team consisting of Dax Harwood and Cash Wheeler. The fans give them a big pop coming out. They both settle into the ring for this rare match that will feature tag-team partners competing against each other in one-on-one action.
The two men lock up early on, and then they work each other’s arm, with Cash Wheeler taking his opponent down to the mat. They go back and forth with more wrestling, and then come up to a standing ovation as they shake hands. Wheeler drops his partner with several shoulder tackles, but he then responds with an arm drag.
Dax Harwood ends up poking the eye of Wheeler, and that leads to Cash firing up and shoving him as he then responds with a knee strike. The two then scale to the top turnbuckle as Harwood nails a superplex, which leads to both men being down. Dax misses with a diving headbutt, and then Wheeler connects with a baseball slide to send him to the floor.
Wheeler then continues the attack inside the ring, sending Dax sternum first into the turnbuckles. He then hits a German suplex, maintaining the waist lock as he hits another two. However, as Cash looks for a fourth, Dax reverses and hits one himself. The two men then have the same thought, hitting the ropes and colliding in the middle of the ring.
FTR then go back and forth with punches, and then they exchange a couple of near falls. Harwood looks for the slingshot powerbomb, but Wheeler reverses it with a hurricanrana, almost catching him with a pinfall afterward. Dax then goes for the same move, and this time he connects, but Cash is able to kick out!
Dax cuts Wheeler off on the top turnbuckle, but Cash then slides underneath and pushes his partner down, leading to his knee brace being caught on the turnbuckle. Wheeler then looks to launch Harwood off the top rope, but he adjusts in mid-air, landing on Cash instead, who then has to kick out.
The two men then spill to the outside, with Wheeler tweaking his knee. FTR get into the ring just before the 10 count, and Harwood then goes for the Sharpshooter, but he then comes out of it as he doesn’t want to hurt his partner. However, he then decides to go for it, but Wheeler goes for a roll-up pinfall, only for Dax to then reverse and get the win!
Winner: Dax Harwood
CM Punk Addresses Title Shot At AEW Double Or Nothing 2022
We are informed after the opening match that CM Punk will, in fact, be the next challenger for the AEW World Championship. He will be challenging “Hangman” Adam Page for the title at the pay-per-view event, which is scheduled to emanate from the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada on May 29, 2022.
With that said, “The Best in the World” leaves his spot at the commentary table and hops on the house microphone to address the title shot in front of the live crowd in Philly.
Punk says when he returned to the ring about seven months ago, he had one question to answer for himself, which was, “Can I still do this?” He says he can confidently say, “Yes.”
He then talks about how no matter what, Hangman Page will know at AEW Double Or Nothing that he has been in a fight. He vows to keep going until the wheels fall off and exits the ring to head to the back.
Scorpio Sky Vows To Recapture TNT Title In Ladder Match
We head backstage for a message from Scorpio Sky of The Men of the Year. We see Sky standing alongside Dan Lambert behind-the-scenes in the Liacouras Center. He talks about his former TNT Title reign and vows to recapture the championship when he squares off against current title-holder Sammy Guevara later tonight in their scheduled ladder match.
Blackpool Combat Club vs. The Factory
Blackpool Combat Club start out just attacking their opponents, with brawls happening outside the ring while Jon Moxley attacks Nick Comoroto. He dominates and Aaron Solo tags in and gets the same treatment from Mox with his forearm strikes. Wheeler Yuta then comes in and he lights up Solo with a dropkick.
Nick comes in again, but he eats another dropkick only for Comoroto to respond with a big back body drop. He charges Yuta in the corner, and QT Marshall then tags in, and he starts picking him off, as The Factory make frequent tags to remain in control. Comoroto dumps Yuta out of the ring before slamming him into the ring apron.
Solo begins attacking Yuta, and Moxley tries to help, but he gets knocked to the floor for his efforts. Marshall comes back in and mocks the Yes chant, but Yuta responds with a suplex. Bryan Danielson tags in and he starts lighting up Solo with uppercuts, chops, and kicks. Bryan nails a tope suicida, taking out the other members before coming back in with a missile dropkick to Solo.
Solo avoids the kick, but he instantly gets put into the LeBell Lock which QT breaks up. Moxley then launches him across the ring, and he and Bryan then go back and forth to the opposing corners to attack their opponents. Bryan then gets pushed off the top turnbuckle, but as Solo dives down he eats a dropkick to the face.
Yuta and Comoroto tag in, and The Factory member dominates again, throwing him around. Wheeler counters with several submissions, and he then reigns down with elbow strikes to the bigger man. Bryan and Moxley come in and they lock submissions on their opponent’s while Yuta smartly sets Nick into a pinning submission for the win.
Winners: Blackpool Combat Club
Ruby Soho & Toni Storm Exchange Insults With Britt Baker & Jamie Hayter
Tony Schiavone is standing by with Britt Baker and Jamie Hayter, as well as Toni Storm in the interview zone. He thanks them for promising not to get physical in this segment. Baker and Hayter taunt Storm by promising her they won’t hurt her so she doesn’t have to run away. Storm responds by saying she’s not going anywhere. She ends up bringing in a friend of her own in Ruby Soho. Soho and Storm make some comments which Baker and Hayter respond to with jokes about catering. They walk off and we head to a commercial break.
– Backstage Jungle Boy says he knew he could have won last week. Christian Cage says he sounds like a loser, but that was a teachable moment. He says they can right a wrong, and they put out a challenge, but that leads to Ricky Starks appearing. He challenges them to a match against him and Powerhouse Hobbs.
Lance Archer vs. Wardlow
Before the match, MJF and Shawn Spears are shown in the box. He claims women in Philadelphia use their personalities as birth control, and then he claims Archer will beat the pig (Wardlow) now. He has to come out to no music once again with a security escort. While the security starts taking off his handcuffs, Lance launches himself into them to take down Wardlow.
However, in the ring, Wardlow leaps into a hurricanrana, who then leaps over Archer as he drives him into the corner repeatedly. Wardlow then slams his opponent down, but Archer looks for a Chokeslam. Wardlow powers out, and both men think about a clothesline and drop each other.
When they rise the two men trade blows, but Archer then scales the ropes old school style to drop down and take out Wardlow. He follows it with a huge Chokeslam, but Wardlow kicks out. Lance then sets up the Blackout, and he nails it, only for Wardlow to reverse the pinning attempt with one of his own.
Archer gets out of the situation, and he tries to set up his finisher again. Wardlow starts fighting back from the turnbuckle with a series of headbutts, and he then hits a huge senton, and Archer kicks out! Wardlow then nails a Powerbomb, and the symphony begins. He follows it with another three moves before getting the win.
– Angelo Parker kicks things off, claiming they had to agree that to no physicality, which the JAS have done, and so have the ‘rats.’ Eddie Kingston, Santana, and Ortiz then hit the ring. Chris Jericho tells everyone they’re lucky enough to be living in his era. He says they deprived the world seeing him last week.
Jericho demands an apology, but Ortiz says he has something better, and he flips the bird.Santana does the same, and he says Jericho turned his back on the two men who know him best. Daniel Garcia interrupts and mocks the eyebrows of Kingston. He says the threats mean nothing as they can’t hit them.
Eddie Kingston says he hates all of this sports entertainment crap. He says they’re going to get Chris regardless, he doesn’t care if it’s five on three. Jericho says that is the problem, as they’re not smart enough to realize it’s five on three, so they’re putting a hit on them, and will take them out one by one.
Kingston asks him if he knows what a hit miss, he says in his world that means he ends things. Jericho says no wrestling company wants him, it’s his last chance, so he needs to stand and do as he is told, b—h. Eddie says he isn’t going to hit him, he can smell the fear coming off him. Eddie says they’ve done it before, they’ll put them in the ground, as he tells Jericho they’re not prepared to do that.
Serena Deeb vs. Hikaru Shida (Philly Street Fight)
Serena Deeb hits several uppercuts to start, but Hikaru Shida then drops her, and this turns into an all-out brawl. They head to the outside, and Shida sets up a chair to run and jump, but Deeb just gets out of the way. Shida is able to catch her, slamming Serena into the top turnbuckle several times.
Hikaru sets Deeb across the top ropes, and she then charges in with a knee strike. Shida tries to catch Deeb with a knee strike, but she blocks it with a chair. Serena then hits the knee breaker, dropping her onto the chair. Deeb then hits a swinging neckbreaker, but Hikaru kicks out. Serena then continues attacking the knee, wrapping it up in the bottom ropes as she locks in a submission, and then just stomps down on her.
The Professor continues to use the chair, swinging it at the knee of Shida. Hikaru hits a great reversal though, launching Deeb face-first into the chair. Deeb then launches some powder into Shida’s eyes, and she follows it with several big kendo stick strikes. Shida hits a body drop, and she gets hold of a kendo and swings blindly as she can’t see. This hits Deeb, and she then cleans up with some water.
Shida launches off the steps with a missile dropkick, and she follows that with some kendo stick attacks. Deeb counters well with the chair, but as she goes to the top rope, Shida uses the weapon herself. She then hits an Avalanche Falcon Arrow, but Deeb kicks out! Hikaru lifts her opponent up, but Deeb uses a thumb to the eyes and she plants Detox on the chair, but Shida kicks out.
Deeb sets up the Serenity Lock, and she adds insult to injury by hammering the knee down to the chair. Deeb then gets the Texas Cloverleaf locked in, and that earns her a submission win.
Winner: Serena Deeb
MJF Bringing W. Morrissey In To Challenge Wardlow
MJF and Shawn Spears are backstage, and he says he has a plan. MJF says he has a plan, and it’s a good one. He gets on the phone to someone and asks how they’d feel about making six figures in one match. He says next week, Wardlow faces a man who is smarter, and taller… and you can’t teach that! This was a clear reference to IMPACT Wrestling star W. Morrissey.
– The lights go out, and Fuego Del Sol is shown laid out. Malakai Black looks to pull the mask off him, but Alex Abrahantes then appears in the ring, he says they’ve been waiting for the moment to blindside the House Of Black. Penta and PAC then appear, but Alex then appears dressed normally, and the person behind them is Rey Fenix!
He swings a shovel, and Death Triangle begins the attack, with Fenix lighting up Buddy Matthews with his pace, hitting a foot stomp. Death Triangle then all launch themselves out of the ring, taking down the House Of Black, standing tall in this spot.
– Swerve Strickland is backstage with Darby Allin. Swerve says friends is a strong term, they’re rivals who beat each other up, and he’s looking forward to making Rampage Swerve’s house. Darby says he hates to break it to him, but AEW is Darby’s house, as he’s been here since day one, and he will show him why the tournament is his as well.
Undisputed Elite vs. Varsity Blondes, Dante Martin, Brock Anderson, & Lee Johnson
The Undisputed Elite get the jumpstart on their opponents, attacking them from the start. Dante Martin is able to take down Matt Jackson and Kyle O’Reilly though, and he brings in Brian Pillman Jr, who attacks Kyle, alongside his partner. Griff Garrison works with his partner, but The Young Bucks then come in and get ring of them.
Lee Johnson and Brock Anderson deal with them, and they all start taking each other out one by one. The babyfaces stand tall, and Martin and Johnson leap outside to take down their opponents.Brock Anderson then gets distracted, and that allows Bobby Fish to take advantage. He takes him down and then launches himself back into the ring with a senton.
Once again the action spills out of control in the ring, but this time it is Undisputed Elite that take control, and Nick Jackson plants Johnson face-first before diving outside against the rest. The Young Bucks attack them again with more dives, taking complete control. They hit a four-way BTE Trigger as Cole comes in with the Boom.
Winners: Undisputed Elite
J.A.S. Attack Eddie Kingston With Fireball
We shoot out to the parking lot after the commentators point out that they are hearing about some comotion going on out there. The cameras catch up with the action and we see the Jericho Appreciation Society taunting Eddie Kingston, who is on the ground holding his face rolling around after taking a fireball to the grill. He yells in pain as J.A.S. members taunt him a bit more and walk off. Santana & Ortiz finally arrive and check on Kingston, who is still writhing around the ground in pain holding his face.
TNT Championship (Ladder Match)
Sammy Guevara (C) vs. Scorpio Sky
The bell sounds and we’re off-and-running with this one. After some early back-and-forth action, we see the match head out to the floor where they start trading big shots. Sky takes over on offense and starts using nearby tools as weapons, ramming Guevara into the steel barricade.
He then heads up to the top of the entrance ramp and grabs a ladder. He brings it down the ramp but Guevara has recovered by then. He goes for a dropkick but Sky is one-step ahead of him, as he avoids it and then blasts him with it.
Guevara takes over shortly after that and he hits a big German suplex on the floor. He then heads into the ring and begins climbing the ladder looking to retrieve the title. Sky ends up recovering and hitting the ring to stop him.
Sky leaps up onto the ladder in a single jump and is now attempting to wrap this one up as well. He is also stopped and then Guevara takes him out and begins climbing again. Once again we see Sky recover in time to stop him.
This time we see Guevara knock Sky off and then instead of going back up after the title, he stops and looks around before going for an absolutely insane 450-splash attempt off the ladder.
He just barely avoids paralyzing himself as he lands nearly right on his head / neck. We head to a mid-match commercial break right after this as the action continues in our TNT Championship ladder match main event of the evening.
As we settle back in from the break, we see Guevara is on the floor at ringside being checked by doctors as a nervous Tay Conti watches over him. The commentators remind us of the scary landing that Guevara took just before we went to the break.
Meanwhile, back in the ring we see Sky ascending the ladder with intentions of finishing this one off. Guevara somehow recovers and heads to the top-rope. He leaps towards Sky but Sky notices him coming and hits a crazy high-spot off the ladder, catching “The Spanish God” in mid-air.
Guevara is once again laid out and lifeless. Sky exits the ring and grabs another ladder that is covered in barbed wire. He brings it into the ring and hoists Guevara up with intentions of hitting his finisher on the barbed-wire covered ladder.
Instead, Guevara counters and hits a big spot on Sky that sees Sky take the bump on the barbed wire ladder. With Sky laid out, we see Guevara looking to wrap this one up. Dan Lambert hits the ring, so Tay Conti enters and blasts him with a low blow to drop him.
This brings in Paige Van Zant, and the two begin duking it out. Paige beats Conti down into the corner of the ring and leaves her laying. She celebrates a bit too early with Sky, as Conti recovers and nearly kicks her head off. Guevara takes out Sky at the same time.
Guevara and Conti now lock lips for a big makeout session in the ring, which elicits some boos from the mostly pro-Guevara crowd. He exits the ring and with the help of Conti, brings another ladder from under the ring into the squared circle.
He ends up leaping into a flatliner from Scorpio Sky, who recovered while they retrieved the latest ladder. Sky goes to climb the ladder, but Conti jumps on his back to try and stop him.
On the other side of the ladder, we see Guevara try and climb up the ladder with Paige Van Zant jumping on his back. They both keep climbing with their opponent’s lady friend on their backs.
The two ladies start duking it out like a game of chicken in a swimming pool until finally both take bumps. Guevara grabs Sky by the mouth and yanks. He ends up knocking Sky off the ladder and now “The Spanish God” is at the top of the ladder by himself. He goes to take down the title, but is stopped by Sky who shoves the ladder over enough to knock Guevara off.
He lands back-first onto a ladder laying long-ways across the ring ropes. Ouch. Sky now goes up to retrieve the title but somehow Guevara recovers in time to stop him before he does. Sky ends up knocking him off the ladder again and now he finally unhooks the title.
Winner and NEW TNT Champion: Scorpio Sky
As soon as Sky begins his post-match celebration with the title, we see Frankie Kazarian head down to the ring as the commentators remind us that Sky vowed to give Kaz the first shot at the TNT title if he were to win it back from Guevara in tonight’s ladder match.
The two shake hands and Sky continues his title celebration as this week’s show wraps up.
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