AEW Dynamite “Blood & Guts” Results (6/29) Detroit – MI

AEW Dynamite

AEW Dynamite “Blood & Guts” Results – We are live inside the Little Caesers Arena in Detroit, MI. where the commentators welcome us to the show.

Orange Cassidy vs. Ethan Page

Orange Cassidy makes his way out to new entrance music for the opening contest on this week’s post-Forbidden Door edition of the show. He’s accompanied by The Best Friends.

Out comes “All Ego” accompanied by Dan Lambert. The American Top Team founder then gets on the microphone as they head to the ring and he demands that The Best Friends be sent to the back, as they do not have the proper managers license to warrant a position at ringside for this match.

Lambert gets his way and the tye-dye wearing Best Friends are forced to head to the back as fans in the arena chant “Bullsh*t! Bullsh*t!”

Page enters the ring as Lambert settles at ringside. He and Cassidy stare each other down as the fans break out in loud chants and cheers waiting for this one to get started.

Page slammed Cassidy to the mat and posed for the crowd. Orange hopped up with his hands in his pockets and connected with a Dropkick. Cassidy then flexed for the crowd and went for a Body Slam but couldn’t lift Page. Orange transitioned into an Arm Drag that sent Ethan out of the ring.

Cassidy connected with a dive through the ropes and then a Crossbody in the ring for a two count. Page reigned down several elbow strikes to Cassidy’s head and went for a Powerslam but Orange escaped. Ethan connected with a shoulder tackle and Cassidy crumbled to the canvas.

 

Ethan shoved Orange’s hands in his pockets and unloaded a punch to the midsection. Page followed it up with an impressive vertical Suplex and once again flexed for the crowd. Ethan threw Cassidy out of the ring and Lambert mocked him as Dynamite went to a commercial break.

When Dynamite returned, Ethan connected with a Powerslam for a two count. Page went for the Ego’s Edge but Orange escaped. Page went for the Ego’s Edge again but Cassidy countered into a Hurricanrana. Cassidy climbed to the top rope but Page caught him with a right hand to the face. Page delivered another Powerslam for a two count.

Cassidy battled back with the Stundog Millionaire and fired up the crowd. Orange followed it up with the Tornado DDT and went for the cover but Page kicked out at two. Dan Lambert hopped on the ring apron with the bottle of OJ. Cassidy hit some lazy punches before taking a sip of the orange juice. Cassidy then spit the juice in Lambert’s eyes and hit Ethan with an Orange Punch, followed by a massive Body Slam for the pinfall victory.

Winner: Orange Cassidy

Cassidy and Best Friends shared a hug in the ring after the match.

— Tony Schiavone is on the entrance ramp to interview Christian Cage. Cage was sporting a black turtleneck and a jacket this evening. Christian got booed out of the building before he even said anything due to his remarks last week.

Cage stated that AEW management asked him to apologize for mentioning Jungle Boy’s deceased father, Luke Perry. Christian shouted that he’s sorry Jungle Boy’s entire family isn’t dead, except for his mom and motioned for her to call him.

Christian blasted Detroit before saying that he requested a match this week but he never said it was for him. Cage then introduced the heel version of Luchasaurus and he marched to the ring with Christian as his manager.

Luchasaurus vs. Serpentico

Luchasaurus then demolished Serpentico in a squash match. Cage posted with Luchasaurus after he tapped out Serpentico. Christian asked Luchasaurus to inflict more damage and he planted Serpentico with a Chokeslam on the floor. Cage then disrespectfully dusted off his boots in Serpentico’s face.

Winner: Luchasaurus

Wardlow & Scorpio Sky Street Fight Set For TNT Title

We shoot backstage where Tony Schiavone is standing by with Wardlow and TNT Champion Scorpio Sky.

The two trade some barbs back-and-forth before ultimately setting up a Street Fight against each other with Sky’s TNT Championship on-the-line.

Max Caster & The Gunn Club vs. Danhausen & FTR

We head back inside the arena where Max Caster makes his way out to The Acclaimed hip-hop theme song. Caster freestyle raps his way to the ring as he is accompanied by “The Ass Boys” from The Gunn Club — Austin and Colten Gunn. Anthony Bowens in a wheelchair and Billy Gunn settle at ringside as Caster, Colten and Austin settle inside the ring.

Danhausen’s theme hits and out comes the charismatic babyface performer. He settles at the top of the entrance ramp and reveals his two partners for this AEW Trios bout. FTR’s theme hits and out comes the unified ROH and IWGP Tag-Team Champions to join Danhausen.

The bell sounds and we’re off-and-running with this AEW Trios contest here on the post-Forbidden Door edition of AEW Dynamite: Blood & Guts.

Cash Wheeler and Austin Gunn started off the match. Austin tripped Cash up but Wheeler responded with a Back Body Drop. Cash followed it up with an Atomic Drop and an Armdrag. Dax Harwood tagged in and bounced Austin’s face off the top turnbucke.

Harwood connected with a Suplex and tagged in Danhausen. He hit a running Elbow Drop for a two count. Colten Gunn tagged in and beat Danhausen down in the corner. The crowd chanted Danhausen as he battled back with a Hurricanrana. Danhausen followed it up with a couple Armdrags before turning around into a Clothesline from Austin Gunn as Dynamite went to a commercial break.

When Dynamite returned, Danhausen hit a Northern Lights Suplex but turned around into another Clothesline from Austin. Gunn went for a Suplex but Danhausen escaped and tagged in Harwood. Dax hit a bunch of punches and Cash joined the party. FTR planted Gunn Club with three German Suplexes in a row. Wheeler hit Austin with a Crossbody as Harwood hit three more German Suplexes on Colten.

Gunn hit Dax with an awkward Neckbreaker and both wrestlers fell to the mat. Danhausen tagged in and delivered a pump kick to Colten’s face. Anthony Bowens emerged from the wheel chair with a crutch. He accidentally hit Colten in the face as Danhausen ducked. FTR dragged Bowens out of the ring and Danhausen pinned Colten for the victory.

Winners: Danhausen & FTR

Gunn Club and The Acclaimed argued after the match. Billy Gunn shoved Colten down and the Gunn Club exited without their dad.

TBS Championship Match
Jade Cargill vs. Leila Grey

Stokely Hathaway and Kiera Hogan accompanied Jade to the ring. Cargill and Grey locked up to start off the action. Jade got in some knee strikes and then a slam. Cargill hit a Splash in the corner and followed it up with a Fallaway Slam. Cargill kipped up with ease and stared at Grey as she crawled across the canvas.

The champ delivered an uppercut before taking a break to taunt the crowd. That backfired as Grey rolled her up for a two count before getting in some knee strikes in the corner. Grey went for a Bulldog but Jade blocked it and hurled the challenger across the ring. Cargill hit the pump kick and then Jaded for the pinfall victory.

Winner: Jade Cargill

After the match, Stokely Hathaway accused Athena and Kris Statlander of being lazy. They rushed the ring and battled with Cargill and Hogan. Statlander and Athena isolated Cargill but then Grey broke it up. Jade and Kiera then beat Statlander down and rolled Athena out of the ring. Cargill and Leila Grey then argued to end the segment. So, it is unknown if Grey is a part of “The Baddies” or not.

Young Bucks Match Announced For Rampage

Matt and Nick Jackson cut a backstage and noted that all of their friends are injured. AEW Tag Team Champions noted that they can’t find anyone that relates to them in the locker room. Matt and Nick boasted about being the first two-time AEW Tag Team Champions and challenged Yoshi-Hashi and Hirooki Goto to a match Friday on Rampage. Jim Ross made his way to the commentary team to call the Blood & Guts main event.

Blood & Guts Match
Jericho Appreciation Society vs. Blackpool Combat Club, Eddie Kingston, Santana, & Ortiz

Claudio Castagnoli and Sammy Guevara started off the match. Castagnoli hit Sammy with a series of uppercuts and posed for the crowd. Sammy responded with a chop and Claudio no sold it. Claudio hammed Sammy with some more uppercuts and a chop to the chest. Guevara retreated to the other ring but Claudio caught up to him. Guevara climbed up the cage and Claudio followed him.

Guevara started hopping on the ropes and gave Claudio the middle finger. Claudio hit him with another uppercut but Sammy responded with a Cutter as Tay Conti cheered him on. Sammy even got out of the ring to give Tay a kiss through the cage. Claudio got up and tackled Sammy. He went for the Swing but Daniel Garcia entered the match next. Garcia stomped on Cesaro in the corner of the ring as Dynamite went to a commercial break.

When Dynamite returned. Garcia and Sammy were in control. Wheeler Yuta then entered and hit Sammy with a Crossbody. Yuta delivered a Nothern Lights Suplex and three German Suplexes to Daniel Garcia. Wheeler then did the same to Sammy and Claudio caught him with another uppercut. Jake Hager entered the match as Claudio launched Garcia across the ring.

Claudio and Jake Hager had a “we the people!” reunion and had a stare down in the middle of the ring as the crowd erupted. Claudio leveled Hager with a corkscrew uppercut and beat him down in the corner. JAS had the advantage and the numbers game caught up to Claudio as they beat him and Wheeler down.

Interim AEW Champion Jon Moxley entered the match and brought a steel chair into the ring. Jon launched the chair at Hager before sending Sammy flying across the ring. Moxley clubbed Garcia across the face as Blackpool Combat Club took back control of the match. Jon raked Garcia’s face across the steel and unloaded some punches. Claudio beat Sammy down in front of Tay Conti as Daniel Garcia was busted open.

Moxley held up Garcia and Wheeler caught him with a lariat. Claudio lifted Sammy up and Jon dropped him with a Cutter. Wheeler followed it up with a Splash on Guevara and some elbow strikes. Claudio and Moxley started reigning down elbow strikes as well as Cool Hand Ang (Angelo Parker) entered the match.

Parker tried to run away but Blackpool Combat Club cornered him. Claudio caught Ang and planted him with a Gutwrench Suplex. Moxley, Yuta, and Claudio all took turns hitting Ang with uppercuts until he collapsed. Hager launched Claudio into the cage as Jericho Appreciation Society battled back. Jake then bashed Claudio’s ankle with a steel chair as Garcia leveled Wheeler with a Dropkick.

Ortiz entered the match and started unloading Clotheslines. He must have hit about twenty of them before Dynamite went to a commercial break.

JAS was in control when Dynamite returned and Moxley was busted open as well. Santana entered the match next and brought a table, and a barbed wire-wrapped baseball bat with him. Santana unloaded some chops and hit Daddy Magic with a Suplex. Parker sent Wheelr into the cage as Claudio unloaded a massive uppercut. Moxley started stabbing Daddy Magic with spokes before he hit Jon with a low blow.

Chris Jericho entered the match with Floyd the baseball bat and quickly bashed Claudio over the shoulder with it. Ortiz planted Jericho with a DDT and shoved the baseball bat in his throat. Guevara planted Ortiz with a Cutter but got dropped with a Suplex from Yuta. Hager hit Yuta with a slam but Claudio showed off his power with a slam on Hager. Garcia slammed Claudio down but he hopped up and hit Daniel with a massive uppercut. The Wizard Chris Jericho hit a Codebreaker on Claudio and posed in the ring.

Eddie Kingston entered the match with a kendo stick and started bashing JAS with it. The crowd loudly chanted for Eddie as he bashed Jericho over the head with it over and over. Eddie pulled out a bottle of something but Hager leveled him with a forearm to the face. Conti shoved the bottle through cage and back to Jericho.

Eddie Kingston then Powerbombed Hager through a table as Claudio delivered an uppercut to Parker. Moxley and Yuta brought out the thumbtacks and poured them in the ring. Claudio ripped up the canvas to expose the wood under the ring. Moxley slammed Daddy Magic on the tacks as Dynamite went to a break.

Jericho sprayed Kingston in the face with a fire extinguisher when Dynamite returned. Tay Conti tried to interfere in the match but Ruby Soho rushed down the ramp to a pop from the crowd. Ruby and Tay battled backstage as Jericho climbed to the top of the cage. Eddie Kingston and Sammy Guevara followed. Kingston hit Jericho with the Backfist to the Future but Sammy attacked from behind.

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