AEW Dynamite “Fight For The Fallen” Results (7/27) Worcester, MA

AEW Dynamite

AEW Dynamite “Fight For The Fallen” Results (7/27) Worcester, MA – We are live from DCU Center in Worcester, Massachusetts, as Rush’s theme hits and he emerges alongside Jose The Assistant. The two head to the ring for this Interim AEW Championship contest. Interim AEW Champion Jon Moxley is next.

Interim AEW Championship
Rush vs. Jon Moxley (C)

The leader of the Blackpool Combat Club, William Regal, joins the gang for special guest commentary.

Rush immediately jumps Jon Moxley, sending him out of the ring and into the barricade to get a quick start on the champion. When they get back into the ring the challenger ends up biting the head of the BCC member, which busts him open as they then head back out of the ring with Rush licking the blood from the champion.

Jose then distracts the referee which almost allows Rush to use a chair but he misses, and while he throws Moxley back into the ring the challenger waits too long, and that allows Moxley to hit a suicide dive to the outside. Moxley then connects with a few headbutts, following up by slamming Rush onto the steel stairs.

Rush responds with a superkick inside the ring, and the fight then spills back outside with Rush using some cable to choke the champion. Back inside the ring Rush attacks Moxley in the corner and then arrogantly kicks him, but he takes too long bragging, and Moxley responds with a rear choke, until Rush sends him into the top turnbuckle.

Once again this one spills to the outside, but Moxley gets the best of the situation by launching Rush into the steel stairs. He manages to meet the count, only for Moxley to hit a superplex to continue his control. The two men go back and forth with chops and forearms, and then they go for German Suplexes each, with the champion coming out on top with a King Kong Lariat.

Rush doesn’t waste long in taking down the champion again though, with Moxley bouncing off the ropes immediately into a German suplex. The champion responds himself with the classic stomps to the face, but as they get back up Rush hits the belly to belly, sending Moxley crashing into the turnbuckles.

They both head to the top rope, and this time Moxley is able to bite his opponent, but then Jose distracts the official which allows Andrade El Idolo to appear, pushing him onto the ropes. Lucha Brothers then appear and chase him away, taking this back to how we are as Rush eats another big lariat, only to respond with a knee strike to the jaw.

Ruah hits the Straightjacket Piledriver, but Moxley is able to kick out. He misses hit attempt to attack in the corner, and Moxley then hits the Death Rider, only for Rush to kick out! The champion wastes no time though, locking him into the Bulldog and the challenger fades out.

Winner: Jon Moxley

After the match, we see Mox in the ring celebrating his title defense as “Judas in my Mind” plays, out comes Chris Jericho and the rest of the Jericho Appreciation Society to the top of the entrance stage.

J.A.S. then boasts about the recent success of himself and the rest of his group. He mentions some by name, including Anna, whom he mentions took advantage of an opportunity that they gave her.

Anna Jay says she’s the new Anna Jay — Anna Jay.A.S. She claims to be the sexiest and toughest. Jericho then takes the mic back and brings up his own toughness displayed in the Barbed Wire Everywhere match against Eddie Kingston from last week’s show.

Jericho then gets to why he is out here. He says after two-and-a-half years, he is demanding his rematch for the title against Jon Moxley at Quake by the Lake.

Mox then responds and says he hates Jericho. He says he also hates the sports entertainment crap they’re doing right now. He takes issue with Jericho mentioning Mox only being an interim champion. He says he and anyone else who don’t respect the title and him as champion can shove it up their ass.

He mentions how he used to look up to Jericho and admits he’s still one of the all-time best. Mox says he isn’t the sports entertainment champion but instead, the AEW champion and says if Jericho wants to step into the ring with him, and he’s got the balls, leave all the J.A.S. members at home.

Mox says he doesn’t want the wizard or Le Champion or any of the nicknames he has this week. He says he wants the Lionheart. He says if the AEW title is going to be defended on his watch it will be Jon Moxley vs. “The Last Survivor of the Hart Dungeon, Lionheart Chris Jericho.”

AEW All Out To Feature AEW Trios Title Tournament

We shoot to the commentary table where Excalibur plugs the upcoming AEW All Out pay-per-view and mentions how it will feature a tournament that will crown the first-ever AEW Trios Champions.

Dante Martin To Have Skye Blue In His Corner

We shoot backstage where we see Dante Martin with Tony Schiavone. He mentions how he is going to have someone special in his corner tonight when he squares off against Sammy Guevara — none other than Skye Blue.

FTW Championship
Danhausen vs. Ricky Starks (C)

Danhausen charges across the ring and blasts Starks with a pump kick to the jaw. He follows that up with a t-bone suplex into a pin attempt, only for Starks to kick out.

Starks then hits Danhausen with a running pump kick to the face of his own. He follows that up shortly after with a running spear and goes for the cover.

Just like that, this one is over. Starks retains the FTW Championship with a very quick win over Danhausen.

Winner: Ricky Starks

Once the match wraps up, Starks gets on the microphone and says once again he’s still got some left in the tank. He says he’s for real this time when he says he’s ready to defend the title in another open challenge.

With that said, the familiar sounds of Action Bronson hits the house speakers and the DCU Center goes absolutely bonkers as “The Cold-Hearted Handsome Devil” Hook makes his way down to the ring.

FTW Championship
Ricky Starks (C) vs. Hook

The two go face-to-face and then the bell sounds to get the second FTW title bout in a row off and running. We see Hook connecting with all kinds of suplexes.

Starks ends up getting in a little offense of his own, but not much, as Hook counters a spot attempted by Starks into his own Red Rum finisher. He ends up getting the submission victory. We have ourselves a new FTW Champion as the crowd goes wild.

Winner and NEW FTW Champion: Hook

After Hook’s title victory, we head to a commercial break. When we return from the break, we see Tony Schiavone in the ring with Ricky Starks and Powerhouse Hobbs.

Starks talks about how he returned the prestige to the FTW Championship and he says no one but him could have done that.

The crowd cheers as Starks continues to talk. He says he deserves to talk for more than 40 seconds. He says he’s tired of hearing from people backstage telling him to be patient and that his time is coming.

Starks says his time was last year and his time is right now. As he continues to talk, he is blasted with a huge cheap shot from Powerhouse Hobbs.

Hobbs lays Starks out with a huge cheap shot clothesline and the crowd and commentators are all shocked. Hobbs then hits Starks with his finisher and stares down at him as even Taz on commentary sounds shocked at what just transpired.

The Acclaimed Taking Out The Ass Boys On Trash Day Friday

We shoot backstage to a special message from The Acclaimed.

Max Caster and Anthony Bowens address The Gunn Club and mention that Friday is trash day.

They hype a music video that Austin and Colten Gunn will need to watch to find out what kind of match they’ll be having at AEW Rampage later this week.

Sammy Guevara vs. Dante Martin

The two men go back and forth with reversals, but Dante Martin comes out on top with a dropkick as he then mocks his opponent, catching him with another kick as he then teases diving outside before coming back in. Sammy and Tay then start walking to the back, but Martin gives chase and attacks him.

He throws him off the ramp and then launches himself off himself, wiping Guevara out below. The two men then get back to the ring and the JAS member begins taking control with a few sharp kicks, but Martin sends him out of the ring. He tries to dive out by Sammy catches him with a knee strike, and he then hits a dive himself.

When we return from the break, we see “The Spanish God” go on an offensive spree, as he hits a crazy running, diving spot from the ring to the floor, blasting Martin with a flying knee to the grill.

Back in the ring, we see Martin start to fight back into competitive form before ultimately taking over control of the offense.

Eventually Guevara fights his way back into the lead and he ends up connecting with his GTH finisher for the victory, improving his record to 20-2 in AEW.

Winner: Sammy Guevara

Once the match wraps up, we see Guevara and Conti continuing to deliver punishment to Martin. Conti and Skye Blue end up bumping into each other and getting in each others faces.

As this happens, we see Anna Jay.A.S. run out from the back. She and Conti end up taking out Skye Blue until Ruby Soho runs out to make the save.

Daniel Garcia With A Warning For Bryan Danielson

We shoot backstage where Daniel Garcia delivers a message to the returning Bryan Danielson ahead of their main event clash later tonight.

He vows to send him back on vacation if he hesitates for even a second, and says he will then be referred to as the greatest technical sports entertainer in the industry. We head to another commercial break after this.

Jay Lethal, Sonjay Dutt & Satnam Singh Confronted By The Best Friends

We return from the break to Jay Lethal, Sonjay Dutt and Satnam Singh standing together backstage.

Dutt tries mentioning some of the happenings from ROH Death Before Dishonor from this past weekend.

Lethal jumps in and says he doesn’t want to talk about that but would rather talk about their recent issues with The Best Friends.

The Best Friends then appear on camera and ask why they’re talking about them like they’re not just a few feet away.

Ultimately a match is made for this coming week’s edition of AEW Rampage on Friday night. Sonjay Dutt isn’t happy about this.

Jungle Boy Calls Christian Cage Biggest P*ssy He Has Ever Met

Jungle Boy makes his way down to the ring accompanied by Luchasaurus. The two head to the ring to a huge pop from the fans in Worcester. They settle inside the ring and Tony Schiavone asks Jungle Boy about the recent comments and actions of Christian Cage.

Jungle Boy begins by calling Christian Cage the biggest p*ssy he has ever met in his entire life.

He brings up the origins of their beef, with him mentioning how Cage brought up being eliminated by him a while back in a battle royal. He says he guesses he cost him a bonus of some kind and realizes that’s what upset him because he needed the money due to his wife just divorcing his b*tch-ass.

He goes on to mention how Christian needed a monster, so he used Luchasaurus. He says that the monster, however, is his best friend. He brings up Cage using a steel chair on him. He tells him to swing a chair as hard as he can because he can take it.

Jungle Boy then goes on to talk about burying his famous father Luke Perry, but as he’s trying to tell the story, he is interrupted by Christian Cage who is standing backstage.

Christian Cage says Luchasaurus made a mistake by siding with Jungle Boy. He says his future was going to have gold and titles but he threw it all away to be Jungle Boy’s lap dog.

He tells Jungle Boy he didn’t run away because he was scared last week. He says he ran away because he was scared of what he would do to Jungle Boy if he stayed. He vows to drape a body bag over him and says he doesn’t have to worry about him talking about his father anymore. Instead, he can kick up some dirt and lay right beside him.

Christian Cage tells Luchasaurus he doesn’t have to do anything now because he already told him all of his secrets and says now he’s going to prey on him and use his weaknesses against him.

– It’s Cutler Cam time, and The Young Bucks hear about the trios tournament, but they make it clear Brandon would never be their partner. They end up walking into Hangman Page as they wish each other happy birthday. Matt says he has been wanting to talk to Page, but then The Dark Order appears and ruins the moment.

Tony Nese & Mark Sterling vs. Swerve Strickland

Swerve Strickland tries to attack Mark Sterling straight away, but that allows Tony Nese to attack him from behind. While he gets some heat in, the champion responds by slamming Nese across his knee. They then brawl outside of the ring, but once again Sterling gets involved and that allows Nese to drag him down to the floor with his hair.

Sterling then tags in and gets a few cheap shots in before tagging straight back out. Nese continues to stay in control, hitting a superkick as he then works the ribs of Strickland, he fights back and Sterling makes an accidental tag as Nese then gets dropped with a right hand. He follows with a back elbow and then a diving uppercut to Nese for added impact.

Nese then gets a kick to the face where his legs hand from the bottom rope, and Strickland dives over the top to take him out properly. Swerve and Sterling then get in the ring as he hits a big kick to the side of the head.

Winner: Swerve Strickland

– Backstage, Keith Lee has been taken out, and Josh Woods is stood over him looking dominant. As Strickland looks on, Nese charges in from behind and attacks him.

The House Of Black Addresses Miro, Darby Allin Issues Coffin Match Challenge

We shoot to a vignette that features The House of Black members talking about Miro and how they will turn him into the respected Redeemer he deserves to be. Darby Allin is then featured and he officially issues a challenge for a Coffin Match to Brody King. We head to a commercial break soon after this wraps up.

AEW Women’s Championship
Thunder Rosa (C) vs. Miyu Yamashita

Thunder Rosa looks to start confidently with a headlock, but the two then go back and forth with some chain wrestling to try and gain the upper hand. Rosa and Miyu then begin fighting on the ring apron, but it leads to the challenger swiping the leg of the champion to drop her onto the apron.

She then misses with a dive to the outside, and that allows Rosa to hit a dropkick and then several chops. Back inside the ring, Yamashita takes control until the champion hits her with a stunner. She then charges in and hits double knees in the corner, Miyu fires back with a roundhouse kick and then several knee strikes to the chest.

The challenger connects with a German Suplex, but Rosa is able to kick out anyway. Miyu then nails the Skull Kick, but the champion is just able to get out of it!  Miyu hits several more shots to the head, and she then catches a knee strike attempt from Rosa, but she uses the other foot to nail a big strike before hitting the Fire Thunder Driver for the win.

Winner: Thunder Rosa

Bryan Danielson vs. Daniel Garcia

Bryan Danielson hits the ring immediately and attacks Daniel Garcia, nailing his traditional kicks in the corners as well as his running dropkicks in the corner as he sends Garcia out of the ring, following it up with a tope suicida. Garcia halds the momentum outside the ring though, sending his opponent into the barricade as Garcia then exposes the concrete floor.

Bryan fights back though, sitting Garcia onto a chair as he nails his kicks, following up with a running dropkick that sends him flying into the barricade. Back inside the ring, Bryan hits a missile dropkick, but it appears to hurt Danielson as well and that allows the JAS member to pounce, stomping down on him, following up with some chops.

Bryan then leaps over Garcia in the corner, but as he looks to continue, Danielson collapses to the floor with Garcia taking this chance to throw him into the steps and then DDT him onto the concrete. Danielson is bust open following that, and Garcia continues attacking the BCC member back inside the ring, as he then sticks his fingers into the open wound.

Danielson then slides under his opponent on the top turnbuckle, attacking him from behind as he then launches Garcia back from the top turnbuckle, with the move taking it out on both men. When they get back up the two men go back and forth going blow for blow with strikes, and Danielson comes out on top with some harsh shots.

Garcia then counters Bryan and locks in a sleeper hold, but he rolls through and locks in with the Cattle Mutilation, which he then follows up with a tiger suplex, which gets a near fall. He tries to hit the elbow attack, but Garcia reverses out of it to hit some of his own, only for Danielson to respond with a suplex that almost gets the victory, but not quite.

Danielson looks for his finisher but Garcia reverses with a clothesline, and he aims for a Scorpion Deathlock but Bryan gets out and then gets slapped by Garcia. The two men go back and forth with strikes, but Danielson follows it with his Running Knee finisher, but he can’t set in the Lebell Lock as Garcia scrambles out.

Danielson follows with the diving knee from the ring apron, but as he tries to get back into the ring, someone appears from the ring apron and grabs the boot of Danielson. The distraction allows Garcia to lock in the Sharpshooter, and Danielson ends up passing out.  It is then revealed that Jake Hager was the man responsible under the ring.

Winner: Daniel Garcia

Once the match wraps up, we see Jake Hager in all black enter the ring. He raises Garcia’s hand and the two celebrate his big win. Chris Jericho runs down and joins the J.A.S. members in the ring for a continued celebration as they stand over a beaten Danielson.

We go to credits.

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