AEW Dynamite Results (6/8) Independence, MO

AEW Dynamite Results (6/8) Independence, MO

AEW Dynamite Results (6/8) Independence, MO – We are live from the Cable Dahmer Arena in Independence, Missouri, ready to begin with the AEW Title Eliminator Series Battle Royal.

AEW Title Eliminator Series Battle Royal

As noted, the winner is gonna face Jon Moxley in tonight’s main event. That winner going on to AEW & NJPW: The Forbidden Door pay-per-view to face the man who emerges from the NJPW Title Eliminator Series match that will determine the Interim AEW Champion in the absence of AEW World Champion CM Punk.

First 5 entrants are: Darby Allin, Daniel Garcia, Tony Nese, Lance Archer, & Eddie Kingston.

Kingston immediately charges at Daniel Garcia and the two men just brawl until they go down, while Allin grabs his skateboard. Tony Nese takes trash to Lancer Archer, who drops him with a Chokeslam. Allin hits Archer on the back with the skateboard and he sends him out of the ring, and Allin follows it with a tope suicida.

Back inside the ring it is Allin and Kingston squaring off as they both throw hands with huge slaps and forearms.

Next 5 entrants: Ricky Starks, Jake Hager, Rey Fenix, Swerve Strickland, & Keith Lee

Starks immediately gets wiped out with a Code Red while the Jericho Appreciation Society members work together to attack Kingston. Keith Lee and Swerve Strickland work together to attack Nese with some smooth teamwork. Nese and Strickland then fight on the ring apron as Mark Sterling grabs Swerve’s leg to help him. Lee comes in with a clubbing blow to Nese though and then shoves him out to eliminate him.

– Tony Nese eliminated by Keith Lee

Archer attacks Lee with a big crossbody, and he almost eliminates him but Lee hangs on just in time. He then gets back into the ring and lifts Archer, and he manages to push him out.

– Lance Archer eliminated by Keith Lee

Next 5 entrants: John Silver, Konosuke Takeshita, Max Caster, Austin Gunn, & Colten Gunn

Max Caster hits his usual rap on the way to the ring which takes the focus away from the in-ring product. Everyone begins to find their corners as the ring fills up, but Fenix goes close to being eliminated by Strickland. He then tries to throw out Silver, but The Dark Order star hangs onto the bottom rope.

The Gunn Club then begin working on Silver, but he shows plenty of fight back against them. Austin is almost eliminated, but he clings onto the tope.

Next 5 entrants: Powerhouse Hobbs, Bobby Fish, Kyle O’Reilly, Dante Martin, & Wheeler Yuta

Allin immediately attacks reDRagon, including hitting his Coffin Drop to the outside while everyone continues brawling inside the ring.Gunn Club and Caster take the time to scissor but they get broken up by Fenix, and he dropkicks Caster off the top turnbuckle.

– Max Caster eliminated by Rey Fenix

Lee delivers a double chop to the Ass Boys, which is followed by a double cutter from Fenix, and Lee charges from behind o eliminate him. He and Strickland laugh t them, but Swerve then lives up to his name and eliminates his tag team partner.

– Austin & Colten Gunn eliminated by Keith Lee

– Keith Lee eliminated by Swerve Strickland

The Joker entrant is: Andrade El Idolo

Andrade immediately goes for Allin, and he and O’Reilly work together in order to attack the face-painted wrestler. Kingston and Garcia brawl on the ring apron, but at the other side of the ring Hobbs blasts Silver off the apron and out of the match, while Garcia, Kingston, and Hager all go out in a flurry.

– John Silver eliminated by Powerhouse Hobbs

– Daniel Garcia eliminated by Eddie Kingston

– Eddie Kingston eliminated by Jake Hager

– Jake Hager eliminated by Wheeler Yuta

Takeshita and Hobbs then go back and forth with some huge forearm strikes, but in the end Hobbs gets help from Starks to rush him off the apron. They then work together to eliminate Martin, with Hobbs sending him to the apron as Ricky pulled it down.

– Konosuke Takeshita eliminated by Powerhouse Hobbs/Ricky Starks

– Dante Martin eliminated by Powerhouse Hobbs/Ricky Starks

Fenix then lights up Starks, springboarding with a kick to knock him out.

– Ricky Starks eliminated by Rey Fenix

Swerve and Darby then work together in order to attack Andrade, but reDRagon come in and take control, only for their High/Low to be intercepted by Swerve who takes them both out. Allin continues to fight against reDRagon, and he managed to drag Fish out of the ring.

– Bobby Fish eliminated by Darby Allin

However, Swerve once again goes against someone he’s been working with as he lifts Allin out of the ring using his own momentum. But he can’t brag for long as Andrade connects with a big boot to eliminate him as well.

– Darby Allin eliminated by Swerve Strickland

– Swerve Strickland eliminated by Andrade El Idolo

Hobbs smashes Fenix from behind and follows it with a huge spinebuster as he then looks to dump him out, but Yuta comes from behind and sends Hobbs out.

– Powerhouse Hobbs eliminated by Wheeler Yuta

Final four: Fenix, O’Reilly, Yuta, Andrade

The heels work together early on, taking control of both opponents, but Yuta fights back with a missile dropkick to Andrade, and O’Reilly eats a German Suplex but he charges back with a lariat. Andrade then catches Fenix in mid-air, but he then swings off the ropes to kick Andrade. He then goes for a high-flying move but Andrade nails a low blow and then throws him out of the ring.

O’Reilly and Andrade then work together, but as El Idolo charges in, Yuta and O’Reilly end up throwing him out.

– Kyle O’Reilly eliminated by Wheeler Yuta/Kyle O’Reilly

The two final men then brawl back and forth, but in the end it is O’Reilly who wins, smashing the Lucha Bros star out.

Winner: Kyle O’Reilly

Jon Moxley’s Pre-Main Event Promo

We shoot to a special message from Jon Moxley. The Blackpool Combat Club member talks about why he is going to beat Kyle O’Reilly later tonight and how his destiny will be made at The Forbidden Door, noting it has always belonged to him. He says, “I love you, mom” to wrap up the segment. The commentators hype Moxley vs. O’Reilly in tonight’s main event and then we head to another commercial break.

Jim Ross Gives Post-Surgery Update On CM Punk

We return from the break and we shoot directly to the commentary section. Jim Ross informs us as he talks directly into the camera that CM Punk has undergone successful surgery to repair the injury in his lower-leg that put him on the sidelines and created the AEW Title Eliminator Series that we are watching play out on tonight’s show.

AEW All-Atlantic Championship Title Belt Debuts

We shoot to a pre-recorded special message narrated by Tony Schiavone, who announces the introduction of the new All-Atlantic Championship title belt.

We return to the commentators again who promote the launch of a tournament to determine the two men who will square off at AEW & NJPW: The Forbidden Door to crown the inaugural champion.

AEW All-Atlantic Championship Tournament Match
Buddy Matthews vs. PAC

The bell sounds and we’re off-and-running with this qualifier in the AEW All-Atlantic Championship Tournament. We see PAC taking it to Matthews coming straight out of the gate. The fans break out in a dueling “Let’s go Buddy!” and “Let’s go PAC” chant.

PAC takes Matthews down to the mat and slaps on a side-head lock. The two work their way back up and the same thing happens, but with Matthews controlling the action. They battle back to a vertical base once again and stop-and-stare at each other as the fans roar in appreciation of the athleticism.

The Death Triangle member and House of Black member get after it again. Matthews is whipped into the ropes. He comes off of them with a ton of momentum and shoulder blocks PAC down to the mat with authority. He gets back up after kipping-up and landing on his feet.

The fans give them an applause break once again and J.R. touts this as a classic in the making just before we head to a mid-match commercial break.

Both men then end up on the outside as Matthews is sent over the timekeeper’s table. They then get up to the top turnbuckle, and Matthews drops to the mat while launching PAC in the air as he bounces off the top turnbuckle to the floor. Buddy then repeatedly drops PAC onto the ring apron, as he remains in control.

PAC makes an impact as they re-enter the ring though, connecting with a big DDT from the ropes. The two men then begin lighting each other up with strikes and uppercuts, while Matthews then nails a big rising knee strike only for PAC to fire back with a German suplex and lariat combination.

Once again they head to the top turnbuckle, and Matthews dumps PAW to the floor and then rolls through a sunset flip to connect with a Liger Bomb, which almost gets the job done! PAC then spikes his opponent with a poisonrana, immediately following it with a pump kick in the corner. He heads to the top again, connecting with the Black Arrow to progress to Forbidden Door.

Winner: PAC

Eddie Kingston Cuts Timed Promo

We return from the commentators section after the tourney brackets are shown to Eddie Kingston delivering a message to Chris Jericho. He starts off by saying he knows he’s got 30 seconds.

He addresses a couple of his foes with not-so-choice words and then wraps up by warning the off-air producer not to “count him down.” He delivers his final words and then we cut to a commercial break.

Will Ospreay, United Empire Arrive In AEW

We return from the break to Trent Baretta in the ring talking about how he’s kind of bummed out because today is International Friends Day and the other members of The Best Friends aren’t here with him tonight.

He then talks about how he and Rocky Romero were robbed, telling FTR that Rippongi Vice deserves another shot at the tag-team titles.

FTR’s theme hits and out comes the ROH Tag-Team Champions Dax Harwood and Cash Wheeler. Wheeler talks first, saying Trent isn’t wrong because he feels FTR did not deliver their best effort in their title defense against Rippongi Vice.

Dax Harwood follows up by saying that Trent should be airing his beef with the men who interfered in their match. He then says Trent’s friends and tag-team partner in Rippongi Vice are probably in Japan with “Will Ospreay’s b*tch boys.”

To the shock of everyone in the arena, Will Ospreay emerges from the entrance area. He struts his way down to the ring and then from the back side of the ring, we see members of United Empire hit the ring.

They all attack the AEW stars in the ring and leave them laying. The commentators do the hard-sell on the shock value of Ospreay arriving in AEW and then the segment ends on that note.

William Regal Confronts Adam Cole & reDRagon

We shoot backstage where Tony Schiavone is standing by with Adam Cole and the reDRagon duo of Kyle O’Reilly and Bobby Fish. Before they can say much of anything, they are confronted by William Regal.

Regal tells them to think about their wives and kids before stepping into the ring with any of the Blackpool Combat Club members again, specifically warning them ahead of the Kyle O’Reilly vs. Jon Moxley match in tonight’s main event.

O’Reilly responds, in fired-up fashion, saying he always thinks of his wife and kids every time he steps into the ring. He makes a few more comments and then Adam Cole mentions needing to go get ready for his special guest commentary gig ahead of our next match.

“Hangman” Adam Page vs. David Finlay

The former AEW World Champion starts out dropping his opponent with a shoulder tackle, but David Finlay responds with a pin-point dropkick. Page then drops Finlay with a body drop, following it up with a big boot and some chops. He sends the New Japan star outside the ring, and then leaps out of the ring to smash Finlay into the barricade as he then takes a swig of beer from a fan.

Finlay responds back inside the ring though, catching Page’s knee and jarring it over his shoulder before nailing a chop block. He then keeps focusing on the knee, but Page sees it coming and kicks him out of the ring, yet when Page slides out of the ring David pays tribute to his father. He pulls the ring apron, trapping Page as he beats him down with several shots.

Finlay keeps exploiting the injured leg, hitting a body slam directly onto the bottom rope, but once again Hangman tries to fight back, kicking away at him. Page caches the crossbody attempt and then connects with the fallaway slam, and he then charges into the corner with a clothesline.

Page hits a springboard clothesline which knocks Finlay to the floor and he then throws himself over the top rope to take out Finlay once again on the outside. Back inside the ring Page hits a powerbomb, but that only gets a near fall. Finlay responds well with a backbreaker, which gets him a near fall as well, with this one continuing to go back and forth.

Finlay looks for a German suplex but Page lands on his feet, and he then gets an uppercut which has Finlay stumbling. This provides an opportunity, and Page connects with the Buckshot Lariat to get the win.

Winner: Hangman Page

Adam Page Calls For IWGP Title Match, Adam Cole Reacts

After the match, “Hangman” Adam Page grabs a microphone and begins speaking. He talks about coming to the realization after losing his AEW Championship to CM Punk at AEW Double Or Nothing that it wasn’t the only title in wrestling.

He goes on to call out Kazuchika Okada for an IWGP Championship match at the upcoming AEW & NJPW: The Forbidden Door pay-per-view. He wraps up on that note but is then addressed by Adam Cole.

Cole tells Page that if anyone deserves a shot at the IWGP Championship it should be him, the man who just won the first-ever Owen Hart Foundation Tournament.

Cole says whether Page or anyone else wants to admit it, AEW is all about “Adam Cole — BAY-BAY!” He says if anyone here in AEW doesn’t like it — move.

AEW Women’s Championship Open Challenge Issued, Accepted By …

We then head to a pre-taped vignette hyping tonight’s AEW Women’s Championship match. We see Tony Schiavone standing by with reigning champion Thunder Rosa.

She issues the challenge and it is immediately accepted by top-five women’s contender Marina Shafir. We have our match and it will go down later tonight.

Wardlow Explains Not Competing In AEW Title Eliminator Series Battle Royal

We now head to the ring in more live action, as Tony Schiavone is standing by once again. He introduces his guest at this time, Wardlow.

Wardlow makes his way to the ring in street clothes. He enters the ring and is asked by Schiavone about not competing in the AEW Title Eliminator Series Battle Royal earlier tonight.

Wardlow welcomes everyone to “Wardlow’s World” and then says he didn’t participate in the aforementioned battle royal because he knows CM Punk is the real champion and he wants him. He says he does, however, have his sights set on another title and that is the TNT Championship.

Scorpio Sky emerges without any music playing in his street clothes. He raises up the title that Wardlow has designs on, hoisting the TNT Championship high in the air before heading down to the ring with a limp.

Out comes Dan Lambert and Ethan Page, who catch up with Sky before he makes it to the ring. Lambert scolds Wardlow for trying to get a shot at a champion who only has one healthy leg right now.

“Smart” Mark Sterling Gives Wardlow Two Options

We then shoot backstage to a message from “Smart” Mark Sterling. He addresses Wardlow and announces an elimination match with 20 opponents, unless Wardlow wants to face him in the court of law.

The opponents will be, the 20 security guards that Wardlow attacked after illegally ripping up documents for a class-action lawsuit that he served Wardlow with last week. After he wraps up, we head to another commercial break.

“Cutler Cam” With The Young Bucks, The Hardy Boyz & Jurassic Express

We return from the break to a Cutler Cam segment with Brandon Cutler. He has the camera pointed at The Young Bucks. Nick and Matt Jackson talk about beating their childhood idols at AEW Double Or Nothing and now they want their titles back.

In walks Matt Hardy and Jeff Hardy, who claim to deserve a title match more. When Matt finishes up, we see Christian Cage and the reigning AEW Tag-Team Champions Jurassic Express enter the picture.

Christian Cage ends up announcing a match that will give everyone what they want. Next week on Dynamite it will be The Hardy Boys vs. The Young Bucks vs. Jurassic Express in a Ladder Match for the AEW Tag-Team Champions. Different teams both like and hate the idea.

AEW Women’s Championship
Thunder Rosa (C) vs. Marina Shafir

The early action isn’t pretty, with the two bumping into and not meshing well. Jim Ross covers for it on commentary by mentioning how styles make fights and these two have styles that are clashing with one-another.

That aside, we see the momentum in this one shifting back-and-forth, with neither developing a clear-cut offensive advantage thus far. A few more botched spots later, we see Shafir finally connect with a big suplex. After this, Excalibur talks us into a mid-match commercial break as the action continues.

When we return from the break, we see Shafir still dominating the action, which she has been doing throughout the duration of the commercial time-out. Rosa, however, is now slowly starting to fight back into competitive form as the fans in the Cable Dahmer Arena try and rally behind her.

Rosa continues firing up and eventually completely takes over on offense for the first time since the initial bell sounded to get this one started. She splashes onto Shafir after knocking her into the ropes, where she remains draped over. She goes for another big spot after that and connects, immediately trying for the pin afterwards.

Shafir kicks out before the three count and then starts to fight back and ultimately shift the offensive momentum back into her favor. Again we hear J.R. and Schiavone trying to cover up for some of the botched spots and clunky-looking offensive mixture of styles in the ring.

We see some pin attempts and reversals back-and-forth from the champion and the challenger, the last of which sees Rosa manage to keep Shafir’s shoulders pinned to the mat for the three count. With the win, Rosa retains her AEW Women’s Championship.

Winner and STILL AEW Women’s Champion: Thunder Rosa

Marina Shafir Attacks Thunder Rosa After The Match, Toni Storm Makes Save

Once the match wraps up, we see Rosa celebrating with her title to the fans in attendance when out of nowhere, Shafir attacks her from behind with a big kick. She locks her in her “Greedy” submission hold on the mat and cranks away at her until finally Toni Storm runs down to make the save.

Storm and Rosa work over Shafir a bit and then Storm picks up the AEW Women’s Championship to hand to Rosa. She stops, pausing and staring at the title, clearly alluding to her own interest in it before ultimately handing it to the champion, who yanks it out of her hands.

Kris Statlander vs. Red Velvet Announced For AEW Rampage

We shoot backstage to Stokely Hathaway, Jade Cargill and The Baddies standing by with Tony Schiavone. They boast a bit and then close with a Keith Sweat “Nobody” rendition while claiming no one can mess with Jade Cargill or The Baddies.

AEW Title Eliminator Series
Jon Moxley vs. Kyle O’Reilly

As J.R. puts over Kyle O’Reilly as one of the best in the business, Regal agrees. J.R. then mistakenly mentions the WWE ring name of “Daniel Bryan” when saying O’Reilly reminds him of the Blackpool Combat Club member. Regal tells J.R. that he invented that name when he was on the executive side working in WWE, which is true, and says he can say it as much as he wants.

The bell sounds soon after this and we see Moxley and O’Reilly getting this main event contest underway. The two trade takedowns and reversals, with both ultimately resulting in the two working their way back to their feet. The fans break out in loud dueling chants, with half of the crowd chanting “Let’s go Moxley” and the other half cheering in favor of the reDRagon member.

The two slowly continue to go after it on their feet, which is coming off like an MMA exhibition, giving the match a different-than-usual feel. Mox takes O’Reilly back down and gets a wrist lock on O’Reilly, with his knee in the back of his head to maintain control.

Mox then yanks back the fingers of O’Reilly before releasing his grip. He slaps on an armbar on O’Reilly before he has a chance to get back to his feet. O’Reilly counters this submission attempt and tries to get up, only for Mox to take him back down.

O’Reilly finally escapes the grasp of Mox and exits the ring for a quick breather. He re-enters the ring and starts peppering Mox with leg kicks. The MMA exhibition feel has continued throughout the contest thus far.

We see the two trading strikes back-and-forth while standing up, like rock’m sock’m robots. O’Reilly starts to emerge in the offensive driver’s seat. He gets Moxley, who has a busted mouth at this point in the match, tied up in the ropes.

From there, he climbs up in the corner and leaps off the top-rope, connecting with a big knee drop on the way down to bring Moxley back into the ring the hard way. On that note, Excalibur talks us into a mid-match commercial break as our main event of the evening continues.

We return from the break and see the match still in progress inside the ring. The commentators mention that this one will continue even if it dips into the 10 o’clock hour on TBS.

In the corner of the ring, we see Moxley and O’Reilly heading up to the top-rope. We see a big superplex spot from there as Excalibur points out that there was a ton of action at ringside on the floor between these two during the break.

We see Moxley, with a bloody nose, slap a rear naked choke on O’Reilly just as O’Reilly was looking to isolate his arm for a submission of sorts Moxley ends up kicking the middle rope just as O’Reilly was biting on it, which means he technically “got to the ropes” and forced the referee to break the hold he was locked in by Mox. The kick momentum blasted the reDRagon member’s mouth big time, which we see via slow-motion replay.

The intensity and pace picks up a bit as the two both look to finish this one off. We see the action hit the mat, where both guys trade submission attempts and escapes. Moxley was stuck in a good leg lock by O’Reilly, and uses the last resort punch-to-the-mouth good old-fashioned offense to escape. The two get back up to their feet, where Mox hooks O’Reilly and connects with a devastating pile driver.

The two are slow to get back to their feet from there. They do and the fans erupt with applause. They start trading shots toe-to-toe, with the crowd cheering “boo” anytime O’Reilly would land a shot and “Yay” everytime Moxley connected. Mox ends up firing up more on offense, dumping O’Reilly on his noggin with a stiff suplex. They both get up and exchange strikes back-and-forth some more.

They both end up fading at the same time and going down to one knee, slumping over into each other. The fans give that an applause break and then they start firing up for another exchange. This time, Moxley slaps a choke on O’Reilly, who begins fading.

As he does, Mox starts mixing in some knees to the dome. This ultimately leads to Mox finishing off O’Reilly for the win. Mox now advances to AEW & NJPW: The Forbidden Door PPV where he meets the man who emerges from NJPW Dominion for a match that will determine the Interim AEW champion in the absence of Undisputed AEW Champion CM Punk due to injury.

Winner and ADVANCING to Interim AEW Title Match: Jon Moxley

The commentators plug some action scheduled for Friday’s AEW Rampage and then take us off the air. That will do it for this week’s show, thanks for joining us.

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