AEW Dynamite “Grand Slam” Results (9/21) Queens, NY

Preview For Tonight's AEW Dynamite

AEW Dynamite “Grand Slam” Results – We are live from The Arthur Ash Stadium in Queens, New York, as Chris Jericho’s theme hits and out he comes as the ROH ring announcer brings him out.  The commentators are joined by Ian Riccaboni for the call of our first match of the evening.

ROH Championship
Claudio Castagnoli (C) vs. Chris Jericho

Chris Jericho agrees to start with the code of honor, but then the two men waste no time as Claudio Castagnoli just batters him with a series of uppercuts before lifting him up and dropping him on the top rope, and booting him to the floor. The champion continues the attack on the floor, sending Jericho into the ring apron, but Jericho then puts Cary Silkin in the way to take advantage, throwing Silkin to the floor afterward.

Despite that, Claudio regains control when they get into the ring, and they then begin trading chops. The two brawl to the apron and they go back and forth with forearms as Jericho then rakes the eye, and suplexes the champion to the floor. Jericho then sidesteps a running uppercut attempt, and he follows up with a boot to the head and a catapult underneath the bottom rope. 

Castagnoli is able to connect with some uppercuts though, and he then drops Jericho with a dropkick in the corner, but as he goes to the top turnbuckle Jericho swipes his legs. The JAS leader heads up and aims for a hurricanrana but Castagnoli catches it, only for Jericho to reverse back into the move during an avalanche attempt! Jericho tries a Codebreaker, but he gets caught and thrown into the air for an uppercut, leading to a near fall. 

Castagnoli then brings in the hammer and anvil elbow strikes, and he then stomps down on him before locking in the Sharpshooter. Jericho gets out and aims for a low blow but that is blocked and turned into a Ricola Bomb, which forces Jericho to kick out yet again. Castagnoli then looks to springboard off the second rope, but he does so directly into a Codebreaker, and this time it’s the champion having to kick out.

The Walls Of Jericho then gets locked in, but Castagnoli rolls through and then stomps away on his opponent before busting out the Giant Swing! He catapults Jericho into the turnbuckle, following up with a lariat, but it still isn’t enough. Jericho then grabs his bat, but Castagnoli catches it, yet he is then sent toward the referee which leads to him checking himself. Jericho then hits a low blow and the Judas Effect to add to his legacy!

Winner and NEW ROH World Champion: Chris Jericho

The JAS come out to celebrate with Jericho and Daniel Garcia does not look happy to be there.

– A special video package airs to hype up the main event of the evening for the vacant AEW Championship airs now showing the paths that Bryan Danielson and Jon Moxley took to get to the finals of the Tournament of Champions. We then tease the upcoming AEW tag-team title rematch coming up after the break.

AEW Tag-Team Championship
Swerve In Our Glory (C) vs. The Acclaimed

We return from the break to a sky blimp shot outside of Arthur Ashe Stadium in Queens, N.Y. before the commentators talk us through a quick recap of the opening contest, which saw the ROH title change hands.

From there, we return live and hear the theme for Shane “Swerve” Strickland playing. Out he comes along with his tag-team partner, Keith Lee

The crowd goes wild as The Acclaimed make their way out. Max Caster does his rhyme gimmick while Anthony Bowens closes and Billy Gunn accompanies them all-the-while.

Anthony Bowens instantly tries to take down Keith Lee, and he just uses his power to throw him across the ring, and he then shows his athleticism to take him down again, this time with a hurricanrana. Max Caster then comes in, and he smartly reverses the throw with an arm drag, which leads to a scissoring attempt as Swerve Strickland gets in and dropkicks them. 

The champions then slow the pace down and isolate Caster, but he continues to fight, attempting to suplex Lee which doesn’t work out as he gets nailed with a forearm strike. However, in their corner Caster fights out, and this time he nails a brianbuster to Lee! Bowens is able to tag in and he drops Lee but Swerve connects with some smart strikes to regain control for his team. 

Lee then powers Bowens up as Strickland waits on the top turnbuckle but he fights it off by sending the Limitless One across the ring, as he avoids a stomp from Strickland, and launches Swerve into the buckles, only to eat a headbutt from Lee. He then launches Bowens over the top rope onto the ramp, and Caster gets dropped by the champion as well. Lee heads to the second rope, but misses with the moonsault press. 

Swerve then appears with a boombox, but he ends up nailing Lee with it instead, leading to The Acclaimed scissoring as Bowens hits a flipping neckbreaker. However, Caster doesn’t hit the Mic Drop as he lands awkwardly and hurts his knee. The Acclaimed then get sent down as Lee tags out, but Swerve kicks Caster to the jaw, only to then be taken out with a back suplex from the challenger.

Caster once again goes for his finisher, but his knee slows him down, and Swerve blocks it. He drops him down from the top rope as Lee smashes into the back of him but their timing is off, so Lee throws Caster into a powerbomb from Swerve for good measure, but Caster still kicks out! Bowens pulls his partner out, but Swerve launches himself to take them out, only to come face to face with Billy Gunn. 

Lee pulls him away from Gunn, but as the official is distracted he hits a Famouser! Lee gets thrown to the outside while Caster connects with the Mic Drop, Bowens blocks Lee and new champions are crowned!

Winners and NEW AEW World Tag Team Champions: The Acclaimed

The Gunn Club Confronts FTR

Lexy Nair is standing by with FTR after the match. Dax Harwood and Cash Wheeler give props to The Acclaimed for winning the AEW tag-team titles. The reigning AAA, IWGP and ROH Tag-team Champions give them praise but say they want a shot at the titles. They are interrupted by The Gunn Club who mock them before walking off. The segment ends and we head to another commercial break.

– We return from the break to see Tony Schiavone standing in the entrance aisle with Wheeler Yuta. He asks him about his fellow Blackpool Combat Club teammates Jon Moxley and Bryan Danielson competing for the vacant AEW Championship in tonight’s main event. Before he can say anything, he is interrupted.

The theme for MJF hits and the Queens crowd goes nuts. “Questionable Queens, the Devil has arrived!” begins Maxwell Jacob Friedman. The fans chant his name and he says because the fans worship the ground he walks on, that makes them his loyal devil worshippers. He asks Schiavone, “the fat old prick” how he’s doing and then brings up Yuta standing in shock because of the reaction he just saw MJF get. He says he never will get that kind of reaction.

He calls him a mid-carder and then says the crowd worships him. He says there isn’t a single fan who wouldn’t let him sleep with their wife, noting the only reason he doesn’t do that is because he has standards. He calls himself a generational talent. Yuta tells MJF that what he says has some truth to it. He says he’s got more catchphrases than anyone and is the king of the low-hanging fruit. He says speaking of which, someone got engaged recently.

He tells MJF not to worry because he’s not as low as him and won’t go there. He tells MJF his soon-to-be wife is smart and smart enough to realize that MJF is a spineless, worthless piece of human garbage. He tells MJF that she’s gonna walk out on him the same way he walked out on all of them. MJF tells the fans to give it up for Wheeler. He says he’s gone from paint trying to pet rock personality.

He says the real reason he came out is to wish the men in the Blackpool Cuckhold Club good luck in their showdown for the title later tonight. He says they’re really just fighting to see who is going to lose the title to Maxwell Jacob Friedman. He says insulting things about each member and when he mentions William Regal teaching others how to pop-pills, Yuta blasts him with a cheap shot. MJF decks him back and then hits a cheap shot on Schiavone.

Yuta fires back and takes MJF down but is attacked from behind by W. Morrissey, who lays him out after choking him out. MJF follows up with some cheap shots for good measure and that’s how this segment wraps up.

AEW All-Atlantic Championship
Orange Cassidy vs. PAC (C)

It isn’t long before PAC takes over control of the offense. We see “The Bastard” take over at ringside, bringing the punishment to the “Freshly Squeezed” one. PAC rams Cassidy into the steel ring post and the commentators mention how Cassidy has a glazed over look in his eyes after taking the big shot.

We see some more back-and-forth action until PAC again starts to shift the momentum in his favor. After that, we head to a mid-match commercial break.

As we settle back in from the break, we see PAC dominating Cassidy, who is brutalized and battered. He starts defying PAC while on his knees, giving him the half-hearted thumbs up, which angers “The Bastard,” PAC blasts Cassidy with a big kick to the dome before heading to the top-rope with designs on connecting with his Black Arrow finisher.

Cassidy ends up avoiding it and after showing off once again how little he is phased by PAC, Cassidy starts to pick up the pace and shift the offensive momentum in his favor. He hits a diving DDT that levels PAC and the crowd lights up as he looks to close in on the potential win. Cassidy flies over for two DDTs in a row. PAC ends up cutting him off in his next offensive attempt, which also kills the noise from the crowd momentarily.

We see Cassidy avoid a couple of near falls and then he blasts PAC with an Orange Punch. He goes for another big spot into a pin attempt, but PAC makes it to the ropes before the count of three.

Soon after this, PAC manages to finish this one off and score the pin fall victory. With the win, PAC becomes the first champion to walk into the ring with his title and walk back out with it again after the bell sounds for a second time.

Winner and STILL AEW All-Atlantic Champion: PAC

AEW Interim Women’s Championship
Britt Baker vs. Serena Deeb vs. Athena vs. Toni Storm (C)

All four women are in the ring and the bell now sounds to get this one off-and-running. Our fourth of five scheduled title matches here tonight at AEW Grand Slam: Dynamite is now officially underway. Storm and Athena take out Deeb and Baker and then begin duking it out among themselves.

The crowd is into the action early on. We see Athena and Storm trading offensive leads early on until the other two make their way back into the action. Deeb takes Storm and Athena out before going for a near fall of her own. Tony Schiavone points out that we should watch for shenanigans as we see Baker and Rebel talking at ringside.

We build to a big stacked spot off the top-rope in the corner of the ring and then we head to a mid-match commercial break as the action in this four-woman interim title contest continues here in the co-main event of AEW Grand Slam: Dynamite from Arthur Ashe Stadium.

As we settle back in from the break, we see all four women going at it tooth-and-nail, as this one begins to ride into the finish. We see Athena nearly pull off the upset on a few occasions, but ultimately it is Storm with a simple roll-up that secures the three-count and allows her to retain the AEW Interim Women’s Championship. After the match, Britt Baker, with a badly busted nose or tooth according to Taz on commentary, attacks Storm from behind.

Winner and STILL AEW Interim Women’s Champion: Toni Storm

After the match, 

Britt Baker, with a badly busted nose or tooth according to Taz on commentary, attacks Storm from behind.

Out of nowhere, Saraya Jade-Bevis, better known to fans as Paige, makes her way out. She cleans house and as the commentators point out, the landscape of the AEW women’s division has just completely changed overnight. The crowd goes nuts as Saraya plays to the jam-packed house inside Arthur Ashe Stadium.

– We shoot to a quick vignette from Darby Allin. The video features a body bag on a bus or some sort of public transportation. Finally we see Darby Allin appear and he mentions that he is going to a funeral at AEW Grand Slam: Rampage. We return live and Excalibur plugs Darby Allin & Sting vs. The House of Black at this Friday’s show. From there, we head to another commercial break.

AEW Tournament Of Champions Finals (For Vacant AEW Championship)
Jon Moxley vs. Bryan Danielson

With Mox and Danielson both in the ring, we hear the ring announcer break down the official ring introductions and then the bell sounds to get this one off-and-running. Our final of the AEW Tournament of Champions is about to get underway.

As the first bell sounds to get this one started, we see these two collide in the center of the ring full-throttle. They aren’t hesitating in getting after it in this one despite being friends and fellow members of the Blackpool Combat Club. We see Mox fire away at Danielson, who ends up tripping him down before chopping the piss out of him standing.

He takes Mox down and works some submission attempts, however Mox hangs on and eventually escapes. The two trade back-and-forth shots in the center of the ring as the crowd reacts to each one that lands.

From there, we see Danielson settle into the offensive driver’s seat. He takes it to Mox with repeated “Yes!” kicks, and the crowd chants along with each shot as it connects. He ends up over-committing on a high spot off the ropes after this, and this allows Mox to take over control of the offense.

We see some back-and-forth shots landing from each guy and then Danielson takes over and hoists Mox up to the top turnbuckle. He follows up after him and looks for a flying cross-armbreaker, however Mox gets tripped up and crashes and burns. Danielson sends Mox heels-over-head on the floor at ringside.

The crowd pops as the referee begins his count on both guys outside of the ring. Danielson brings Mox back in and comes off the top with a missile drop kick that connects.

Danielson blasts Mox with some more shots as he settles into a comfortable offensive lead. On that note, we head to a mid-match commercial break as our main event of the evening continues.

When we return from the break, we see MJF seated and looking bored in the arena holding his big chip that he can cash-in for a future title shot, as Danielson and Mox continue to go at it in this, our main event of the evening here on the special annual edition of AEW Grand Slam: Dynamite.

Mox begins taking over and he focuses his attack on the leg of Danielson, which as the commentators point out was softened up in Danielson’s match against Chris Jericho on last week’s show. We see Mox slap on a single-leg boston crab and an ankle lock on “The American Dragon.”

Danielson take Mox over and the two head up to the top-rope. Danielson escapes out the back door and he crotches Mox on the top. Danielson takes Mox down the hard way off the top, but also hurts his own knee in the process. Danielson looks for the finish, but Mox counters and applies Danielson’s own LeBelle Lock on him.

He cranks back but Danielson ends up transitioning over into mount. He throws down ground and pound as Mox throws up elbow strikes from the bottom. The two turn and we see them both push-up while their legs are locked together. Danielson ends up hammering down on Mox. He locks in the cattle mutiliation submission and it looks back for Mox, however he manages to avoid being finished off.

We see Mox connect with a King Kong Lariat for a near finish, however Danielson avoids being finished and he hits a big running knee off the ropes for a close pin fall attempt of his own. We see even MJF looked surprised that this one wasn’t over there.

Now from his knees, we see Mox waving Danielson on, asking for punishment. Mox ends up chopping down the kick attempt of Danielson and he goes after the ankle of Danielson. He hits his death rider for a close near fall, but Danielson somehow kicks out before the count of three.

Danielson does the spot where he holds onto Mox’s hands and stomps all over him, ala “Rugged” Ronnie Garvin in his prime years. Mox ends up taking Danielson down but from his butt, Danielson slams kicks down onto Mox. Danielson ends up pulling Mox into a triangle attempt from his back. Mox rolls but Danielson then transitions into a LeBelle Lock. He cranks back as the crowd explodes. Mox crawls with his feet and makes it to the ropes, forcing the hold to be broken up.

Danielson comes off the top with a flying knee onto Mox on the entrance aisle. Mox ends up hitting his death rider on the aisle way to Danielson. He nearly scores the pin off of that, however Danielson hangs on. Mox locks in a rear naked choke on Danielson in the ring. Danielson fights it and makes it to his feet.

He pushes his feet off the ropes but Mox rolls with him. Mox still has the choke. “The American Dragon” fades and eventually is out. Mox wins and is once again the AEW Champion. Jon Moxley wins the Tournament of Champions finals to re-capture the title once again.

Winner and NEW AEW World Champion: Jon Moxley

We see MJF watching on still with his big chip. The commentators promote this Friday’s special two-hour AEW Grand Slam: Rampage show. That’s how this week’s show wraps up. Thanks for joining us.

WrestlingAttitude on Twitter FOLLOW US ON TWITTER!

AEW Dynamite “Grand Slam” Results (9/21) Queens, NY

Since 2001, WrestlingAttitude is your number one source for WWE wrestling news, rumors and results. Make sure to follow us on social media to get the latest news in real time! We are facebook, Twitter, Pinterest and Instagram at the following links:

WA on Facebook -
WA on Facebook (Women's Wrestling) -
WA on Twitter -
WA on Instagram (Women's Wrestling) -
WA on Pinterest -

Leave a Reply

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.