AEW Dynamite “Quake By The Lake” results – The usual commentary team welcomes us to the show and then we head down to the ring for our opening contest.
Darby Allin vs. Brody King
Allin attacked during Brody’s entrance and hit him with a bunch of punches. Darby bashed Brody over the back with his skateboard and revealed he had thumbtacks on the bottom of it. Allin busted Brody open right away and the big man rolled out of the ring. Allin chased after him and Brody sent him flying over the barricade. Brody broke the skateboard but turned around into a dive off the steps from Allin.
Allin slammed Brody into the steel steps and rolled him back into the ring. Darby climbed to the top turnbuckle but Brody grabbed him by the throat. Darby escaped and hit a Sunset Flip Powerbomb off the middle turnbuckle. Allin rolled Brody out of the ring and started dragging him towards the coffin. Brody battled back and bashed Darby into the barricade several times before Allin crashed to the floor. Brody continued the beatdown outside the ring as Dynamite went to a commercial break.
When Dynamite returned, Brody went for a Splash off the top rope but Allin got out of the way and the big man crashed through a table. Darby set up for a dive but the lights in the arena went out. When they came back on, Malakai Black and Buddy Matthews were ringside. Julia Hart tripped up Allin from behind and Buddy planted Darby with a slam. Malakai held up Darby against a table and Brody hit him with a Cannonball.
Buddy Matthews opened the casket and it was revealed that Sting was in there waiting. The Icon hit Buddy with the baseball bat a couple of times before getting into the ring. Sting bashed Brody in the midsection and had a stare-down with Malakai Black. He gave Malakai the bat and dared him to swing. Malakai declined and exited the ring. Sting chased after him as Darby hit Brody with a dive. Brody sent Darby into the barricade and then lifted him onto his shoulders. King made his way to the ring apron but Darby escaped. Darby then choked Brody out with a chain and got him in the coffin to end the match.
Winner: Darby Allin
— In a backstage promo, Jon Moxley says that he is unhappy with people referring to him as interim champion every two minutes. He says that we have seen the last survivor of the Hart Dungeon, The Lionheart for two decades but tonight he is going to test him and bring him an unimaginable amount of pain.
— In another backstage promo, Jericho says after two and a half years, he will take back what was his. He warns Mox that he will stretch him and break him tonight and promises to walk out as the new champion.
Rush launched Fenix into the turnbuckle and traded words with Pentagon Jr. Andrade tripped up Penta from outside the ring as Fenix caught Rush with a Suicide Dive. Rey followed it up with another one on Andrade on the entrance ramp.
Penta connected with a Powerbob for a near fall and tagged in Fenix. Rey climbed to the top rope but Andrade broke it up. Andrade hit a Dropkick on Fenix for a near fall. Andrade and Rush then flipped onto Lucha Bros on the entrance ramp. El Idolo brought Penta back into the ring and went for the cover but he kicked out at two.
Lucha Bros battled back and hit Rush with a double Superkick. Rey hit a Splash off of Pentagon Jr.’s shoulders in a cool spot. Lucha Bros knocked Andrade and Rey out of the ring with a couple of Superkicks before flipping onto them outside the ring. Fenix went for a Splash but Andrade got his knees up.
Rush caught Penta with a Dropkick and Andrade followed it up with Double Knees. Rush hit a Powerbomb but turned around into a Cutter from Pentagon Jr. Penta connected with a Destroyer on Andrade on the ring apron. He went to give a Piledriver to Rush but he blocked it. Rey climbed to the top turnbuckle and started to walk across the top rope but El Idolo tripped him up.
Rush delivered a knee to Penta’s face and Andrade hit a DDT for a two count. Rush tried Penta to the ropes and hit Fenix with a Dropkick. Rush went for the cover but Pentagon unmasked himself to break it up at two. Andrade grabbed the mask and threw it into the crowd as the two managers brawled. Rush hit another Dropkick on Fenix and Andrade took out Penta. El Idolo then planted Fenix with the Hammerlock DDT for the pinfall victory.
Winners: Andrade El Idolo & RUSH
— The Young Bucks are backstage with Adam Page and Dark Order. The Bucks thank Hangman for saving them last week. They apologise to him for treating him the way they did in the last year and a half. They say that became selfish. They remind him that he won the World title in the very building that they are in now. They say that at that moment he was The Elite. They ask him to be their partner for the trios tournament. Page says he doesn’t want to refuse their offer but he won’t be a part of the Trios tournament because he will be in Dark Order’s corner.
As The Young Bucks leave, Brandon Cutler pipes up from behind the camera and says maybe Page was alluding to wanting him to be his partner. The Young Bucks tell him to shut up and turn off the camera.
Luchasaurus vs Anthony Henry
Luchasaurus delivers a German Suplex. Henry lands an Enziguri but can’t get Luchasaurus off of his feet. The latter hits a headbutt and drives Henry into the mat for the win.
After the match, Christian Cage taunts Luchasaurus and Jungle Boy on the titantron. The latter heads to the back to attack Christian. A bunch of security guards stop Jungle Boy, Luchasaurus takes them all out.
— Jay Lethal, Satnam Singh, and Sonjay Dutt are in the ring. Dutt says they are not done with Wardlow by a long shot. Lethal wants Wardlow to defend the TNT Championship against him one more time or they will find him and take it away from him.
Wardlow interrupts and accepts Lethal’s challenge before making his way to the ring. He is joined by FTR. Satnam, Sonjay and Lethal flee the ring.
Lethal tries to blindside Wardlow but it doesn’t end well for him as Wardlow chugs him out of the ring.
Ricky Starks vs Aaron Solo
Starks hit a Jawbreaker and followed it up with a Tornado DDT. Starks set up for a move but Solo countered into a Hurricanrana. Starks quickly responded with a Spear for the pinfall victory.
Winner: Ricky Starks
Nick Comoroto rushed the ring with a steel chair and Ricky planted him with a Spinebuster. Solo attacked from behind but Ricky was able to escape through the crowd as The Factory chased him. Powerhouse Hobbs was shown throwing a TV monitor to the floor backstage as Ricky celebrated in the crowd.
— In a backstage segment, Stokely Hathaway tries to recruit The Gunn Club but Billy Gunn chases him away.
— Back from the break, Orange Cassidy and Best Friends are interrupted by Trustbusters. Ari Daivari wants to recruit OC but the latter refuses his offer.
Madison Rayne vs Jade Cargill (C) (TBS Championship)
Stokely Hathaway and Kiera Hogan accompanied the champ to the ring. Jade patted Madison on the head before sending her to the corner. Jade went for a shoulder thrust but Madison dodged it and connected with a Dropkick that sent the TBS Champion out of the ring.
Jade got back in the ring and dominated the next few minutes of action. Cargill took a break to do some push-ups in the middle of the ring as the crowd chanted along. Jade lifted Madison above her shoulders and dropped her to the mat. The champion followed it up with a Splash in the corner and Madison fell to the canvas.
Rayne responded with a Neckbreaker and climbed to the top turnbuckle. Madison hit a Blockbuster off the middle turnbuckle but couldn’t keep the champion down. Rayne planted Jade with a DDT and went for the cover but she kicked out at two and the title match continued. Kiera Hogan hopped on the ring apron for a distraction but Jade accidentally booted her in the face.
Madison went for the Cross Rayne but Cargill countered into Jaded for the pinfall victory.
Winner: Jade Cargill
Jade Cargill is now 36-0 and remains the TBS Champion. After the match, Athena attacked Jade from behind but Kiera got the champion out of the ring.
— Tony Schiavone interviewed Toni Storm and AEW Women’s Champion Thunder Rosa backstage. Toni is the #1 contender for the AEW Women’s Championship at the moment.
— Bryan Danielson will have a promo Friday on Rampage and will battle Daniel Garcia in a 2 out of 3 Falls match next week on Dynamite.
Jon Moxley vs. Chris Jericho
William Regal joined commentary for the match. Chris vowed to wrestle as the Lionheart tonight and “stretch the sh*t out of Jon Moxley”.
Jericho and Moxley locked up in the middle of the ring to begin the action. Chris got the champion in a headlock in the middle of the ring. Jon escaped and the two circled each other. Jericho dominated and ripped out one of Moxley’s earrings. Jon was bleeding profusely and Chris elbowed him several times in the ear. Jericho dominated the next few minutes but couldn’t put the champion away as the blood poured down.
Jon hit a German Suplex but Jericho immediately responded with a Clothesline. Jericho perched Moxley up on the top rope and sent him down with a Hurricanrana for a near fall. Chris wrapped Jon’s leg around the ring post and applied a Figure Four. Back in the ring, Jericho went for the Judas Effect but Moxley was ready for it. Jon countered into a Crossface in the middle of the ring. Chris escaped and applied the Walls of Jericho.
Chris had Moxley in the Walls for a long time but he refused to quit. Moxley tried to escape but Chris booted him in the face a few times before locking in the Walls of Jericho once again. Moxley began to fade but somehow managed to get to the bottom rope to break the hold.
Moxley sent Jericho out of the ring and climbed to the top turnbuckle. Jon hit a Crossbody on the floor before bringing Chris back into the ring. Moxley made his way back to the top rope but leaped into a Codebreaker this time. Jericho went for the cover but Jon kicked out at the last moment.
Jericho got annoyed and started taking off the turnbuckle padding. He threw one out of the ring and Aubrey Edwards cartoonishly went out of the ring to get it. Sammy Guevara launched a tire iron into the ring for Jericho during the distraction from the crowd. He overshot Jericho and Chris had to go get it on the outside of the ring as referee Aubrey Edwards continued to be distracted by a turnbuckle pad somehow. Jericho bashed Moxley over the head but Moxley kicked out at two. Jon got Jericho in the Bulldog choke in the middle of the ring for the submission victory.
Winner: Jon Moxley
After the match, Jericho Appreciation Society rushed the ring before Blackpool Combat Club made the save. ROH Champion Claudio Castagnoli unloaded some strikes along with Wheeler Yuta. Some more members of JAS ran to the ring to continue the brawl. AEW Champion CM Punk made his return and beat up JAS before punching Jericho in the face a couple of times. CM Punk Clotheslined Jericho out of the ring as the crowd erupted. CM Punk trash talked with JAS as they retreated.
The crowd broke out in a CM Punk chant as he stood in the ring with Jon Moxley. Jon turned around and stared at CM Punk. The Interim Champion gave the AEW Champion the middle finger before exiting the ring. Moxley celebrated with the Blackpool Combat Club as CM Punk hopped around to show his foot is fine to close the show.
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