AEW Dynamite Results (11/2) – We are live from Chesapeake Arena in Baltimore, MD. where the commentators welcome us to the show.
Darby Allin vs. Jay Lethal
This one starts immediately with Darby Allin attacking Jay Lethal as he makes his way down the ramp, but that doesn’t work out for him as the veteran slams him into the ring apron with Allin’s taped ribs. Allin fires back though by jumping off the timekeeper’s table to attack him, and he then clotheslines Lethal over the top rope and out of the ring as Sonjay Dutt and Satnam Singh then make their way to ringside.
Singh blocks the potential dive from Allin, and that allows Lethal to regain control as he sends Allin into the steps. Lethal then places him under the barricade and applies the Figure Four Leglock, inflicting further damage. The two then begin fighting on the ring apron, but Lethal catches the leg and then stamps down on the back of the calf before launching him backwards onto the apron with a German release suplex.
The attack of the ribs continues as Lethal drops Allin down onto the steps again, then inside the ring Lethal spikes him down hard onto his shoulder. Allin then smartly rakes at the nose, and this allows him to hit the Coffin Splash off the middle rope, but when he tries to follow up, Lethal kicks him in the corner and then flatens him face-first. Lethal then goes for the King’s Elbow but it is reversed with a crucifix pin attempt, and the Lethal Combination is then reversed as well with Allin putting him into a choke submission.
Allin then releases the move and transitions straight into a Stunner, but as he goes to the top rope, Lethal rolls out of the ring. Allin then launches himself out of the ring, and he hits Singh but just bounces off him, yet the official throws Singh and Dutt out. However, with the official distracted a man with Sting’s jacket and mask appears, hitting Allin with a baseball bat. Allin then heads back into the ring as Lethal connects with the Lethal Injection for the win.
Winner: Jay Lethal
After the match, the masked figure is revealed to be Cole Carter from The Factory, and the four men beat Allin down until Sting’s music hits… but he doesn’t appear and instead Jeff Jarrett does as he nails Allin with a guitar! He tells Allin he just got a lesson from the Last Outlaw, as Allin bleeds. Jarrett says Sting has become his biggest weakness, and he explains that wherever the Jarrett’s went, they left an impact. He assures when he has got done with this place, there will be bodybags, and peple can choke on that.
Jon Moxley Addresses Lee Moriarty Ahead Of Title Eliminator
Jon Moxley talks backstage about having a fondness for Lee Moriarty but noted he and Bryan Danielson decided that he lacked a certain nastiness and violence that is required for the Blackpool Combat Club.
He says he’s got time for nothing else but exactly that. He says he’s looking forward to backing Moriarty into a corner and forcing him to dig down and fight his way out and use nasty, violent intentions that many don’t like to admit having.
Jon Moxley vs. Lee Moriarty (World Title Eliminator)
The two men start things out by exchanging holds and kicks, but Jon Moxley then drops his opponent with a big right hand, which he follows with more punches in the corner and then a bite for good measure. Lee Moriarty then uses the ropes to break things up as he takes a cheapshot at Moxley before charging into the corner with a couple of uppercuts as he then sends the champion into the ring post shoulder first.
The fight then continues outside the ring with Moriarty hitting a bodyslam as he then charges the champion into the steel stairs. Back in the ring Moxley fights back, but The Firm member wastes no time regaining control with a PK. Moxley once again fights back, throwing his opponent across the ring as they trade blows until Moriarty comes in with a springboard to take him down.
The upcoming star then lands several elbow strikes straight after, and he then brings out the classic Blackpool Combat Club move by stomping down on the face of Moxley, and he then focuses on the arm of Moxley but he reverses with a cutter. The two then throw hands once again, with Moxley then slapping his opponent around, but he lands some of his own, catching Moxley with a knee strike.
He hits a back suplex but the champion pops up straight away and gives him one back, as Moxley then looks for a submission only for Moriarty to reverse with the Bordercity Stretch. Moxley gets out with a pinfall attempt and then hits the hammer and anvil elbows before locking in a submission to force a tap out.
Winner: Jon Moxley
Post-match Ethan Page hits the ring and lays out the AEW World Champion as Page is confirmed for an upcoming eliminator tournament.
Renee Paquette Interviews Saraya
Renee Paquette is then shown with Saraya as it is explained Britt Baker didn’t turn up, despite this being a scheduled interview with both women. Saraya claims she is used to that as she knows what it is like to be a star, but Baker doesn’t care about anybody but herself, the division, or anything in Saraya’s opinion. Meanwhile, she had to wrestle the same day she was hit by a car and had to build divisions everywhere, and she believes that Baker should have been lucky to have this interview at all.
Paquette wants to know why she’s back and why AEW, and she thinks it is a rebel company and you see amazing faces join the company, she wanted to be part of that. The former WWE Superstar compares it to a motorycle club and you just want the leather jacket.
She thought it was perfect and the division could used some help to give more, even though she stresses the division was doing fine anyway, but Saraya thinks she can help take things to a new level for the company moving forward. Paquette then asks about her medical situation, and whether or not she can wrestle, and the Englishwoman says she will save that answer for next week because there is one more doctor that she needs to consult on that matter, seemingly hinting about the Baker herself.
Tony Schiavone is then shown backstage with William Regal, and he says after last week it showed MJF has potential, but he has a long way to go before being a true villain. He doesn’t think potential will help him be a champion when he has to face a real demon in Jon Moxley.
William Regal’s Message For MJF
We see the Baltimore Ravens quarterback sitting ringside and then we shoot backstage where Tony Schiavone is standing by with William Regal. He mentions how MJF will soon have to face a real demon in Jon Moxley.
The Acclaimed’s “Daddy Ass Birthday Bash” For Billy Gunn
Max Caster and Anthony Bowens make their way out to a normal freestyle rap for “Daddy Ass” Billy Gunn’s birthday, which included a diss line to Shane “Swerve” Strickland, who recently savagely attack “Daddy Ass.”
Anthony Bowens wraps up with his scissors line and then the commentators point out Gunn’s hands being taped up as a result of the Strickland attack.
They go on to present Billy Gunn with a ton of compliments while sharing stories and giving him multiple gifts, such as a present that helps him do the scissor me daddy gimmick despite having his fingers cut off by Strickland. They also present him with a trophy for being the greatest daddy ass.
We hear the segment drone on for a bit too long, but they ultimately get down to their final few quips, including one about special guests cancelling because they’re mad that he didn’t come to the reunion, which popped the crowd.
The final gift is a framed showing of the adoption papers which are missing only the signature from “Daddy Ass” Billy Gunn himself. The fans chant “sign it! sign it!” He asks, “I get to be your daddy?”
To which we hear someone from the back yell, “Hold on!” Out comes the real children of Billy Gunn — The Gunn Club — Austin and Colten Gunn. The fans chant “ass boys” at the duo, who ask if their invitations were lost in the mail.
Now they present their father with a gift, which is an ass-whooping from behind by W. Morrissey. They join him and The Firm members beat down Gunn and The Acclaimed until the theme for FTR hits. Dax Harwood and Cash Wheeler make their way out and run off The Firm members.
We see an uncomfortable staredown between The Acclaimed and FTR as Harwood and Wheeler hand back the AEW World Tag-Team Championships to Caster and Bowens.
Tony Schiavone Talks To Dr. Britt Baker, D.M.D.
We shoot backstage to Tony Schiavone who is standing by with Dr. Britt Baker, Rebel and Jamie Hayter. Baker says she’s hear with her interviewer and her people on her time. She says she’s not going to jump when Saraya says to. She asks for opponents for this week’s AEW Rampage to end the segment.
Chris Jericho’s Open Challenge
We hear the familiar sounds of “Judas” by Fozzy as ROH ring announcer Bobby Cruise introduces ROH World Champion Chris Jericho. Ian Riccaboni joins the gang on commentary as we see highlights from “The Ocho’s” most recent ROH World Championship defense.
As we settle back live, we hear the fans in B-More singing along with the lyrics of Jericho’s theme song as it wraps up. Jericho is holding Floyd the baseball bat and a microphone. He mentions how Claudio Castagnoli made him mad last week.
Jericho mentions how he said he’s ready for an open challenge tonight against any former Ring of Honor World Champion, Tag-Team Champion, Pure Champion, Women’s Champion — he doesn’t care. He says he’ll even whip Lavar Jackson’s ass, which is the Baltimore Ravens quarterback that was shown earlier, so this gets a big pop in Baltimore, obviously.
“The Ocho” vows tonight’s match in the latest chapter of the Ring of Jericho Era, will be another epic one. He asks who is going to accept his challenge. The theme for Colt Cabana plays and out comes “Boom Boom” to a big pop from the B-More crowd.
ROH World Championship
Chris Jericho (C) vs. Colt Cabana
The men shake hands to start things as Cabana then refuses to let go as he shoves Jericho into the corner and begins pushing him, as he then drops Jericho with a shoulder tackle several times. He continues his attack with several chops, and Jericho then opts to bail out of the ring, but the challenger follows and keeps up the attack. Jericho fights back and then looks to get on the top turnbuckle, but Cabana then picks up Jericho on his shoulders and the two men then spill to the floor as Jericho takes a hard landing.
Cabana nails an elbow and he then starts slamming him onto the turnbuckles, but a distraction from Daniel Garcia allows Jericho to hit a springboard dropkick. Back inside the ring Jericho continues his attack as he then poses with just one foot on him for the pin, but Cabana kicks out. He then fights back himself, dropping the champion and following up with a splash in the corner.
He goes for a moonsault but Jericho scouts it and pushes him onto the top turnbuckle before getting him on his shoulders, but he reverses with a victory roll, only for Jericho to kick out. Cabana starts throughing hands himself, but as he looks for the elbow, Jericho rakes the eye, only for Cabana to then lock in the Billy Goat’s Curse. He then goes for the Superman, but Jake Hager then pulls away his arms, while Cabana hits a moonsault outside the ring to both men. Cabana then looks to put attention back on Jericho, but as he hits the ropes he’s met with a Codebreaker.
Winner (and still ROH World Champion): Chris Jericho
Once the match ends, we see Matt Menard and Angelo Parker grab Ian Ricabonni from behind at the commentary desk. Chris Jericho gets in his face as Jake Hager and Daniel Garcia watch his back.
Jericho gets ready to do something but before he can, out comes Claudio Castagnoli taking out Jericho with a flying clothesline. The J.A.S. members attack Claudio from behind until Bryan Danielson runs out and helps out Castagnoli.
Sammy Guevara comes out and he holds down Claudio as the J.A.S. members attack him. Wheeler Yuta runs out and he helps out the babyface side. AEW security hits the scene and tries breaking everything up.
Renee Paquette Talks To Death Triangle
We see Renee Paquette backstage with Death Triangle, and the trio talks about Rey Fenix’s opportunity tonight in the AEW All Atlantic Championship three-way against Orange Cassidy and Luchasaurus.
PAC tries to give him advice about how the hammer can be his ticket tonight, noting he knows something about being a double champion. He walks off to end the segment and then we head to another commercial break.
AEW All-Atlantic Championship
Luchasaurus vs. Rey Fenix vs. Orange Cassidy (C)
The bell sounds and we’re off-and-running with this AEW Trios contest with the AEW All-Atlantic Championship on-the-line.
We see Luchasaurus dominating the offense early on until eventually we see Cassidy and Fenix team up and knock the big masked man out to the floor. Cassidy and Fenix turn their attention to each other and we see the “Freshly Squeezed” one do his slow sweet shin-music kicks before the two really engage and start flying all over the place.
Fenix ends up the victim of a long swinging DDT into a near fall from the champ. He reverses into a pin attempt of his own, but Cassidy kicks out and pops up, as does Fenix. The two stop and pose at each other as the crowd pops.
In comes the massive Luchasaurus and he takes out both opponents with a double-clothesline. A few more impressive one-on-two spots from Luchasaurus is followed by him gloating to the crowd as Excalibur talks us into a mid-match commercial break as the match continues.
We return from the break and after back-and-forth action and a ton of interferences, as well as the return of Jungle Boy, we see Cassidy retain the title. After the match, Shibata returns and signs a contract to face Cassidy on this week’s AEW Rampage.
Winner and STILL AEW All-Atlantic Champion: Orange Cassidy
Rick Ross With Shane “Swerve” Strickland & Keith Lee
We shoot backstage where Tony Schiavone is standing by with Shane “Swerve” Strickland and hip-hop legend Rick Ross. In walks Keith Lee and the three all talk about “Swerve in our Glory” being contenders for the titles. He talks about Shane’s assault on Billy Gunn.
Rick Ross tells them to focus on what’s important because they’re brothers and they’re number one in the world. Swerve convinces Lee to participate in an eight-man tag along with himself and The Gunn Club next week. They all have a toast to end the segment.
TBS Women’s Championship
Jade Cargill (C) vs. Marina Shafir
The bell sounds but then we hear Vickie Guerrero screech out “Excuse me!” and Nyla Rose begin a live special guest commentary on the house mic with Vickie, which is nails-on-a-chalkboard annoying.
We hear the two ramble on as Cargill easily beats down Shafir in and outside of the ring. Cargill beats down Shafir and rolls her into the ring and then heads up the ramp after Vickie and Rose. She tells her to pay attention to what the referee is saying, as she nearly lost for the first time in 41 matches.
Cargill runs into the ring where Shafir is back and starts getting in some offense until she runs into the pump kick from Cargill. Cargill hoists her up and hits her Jaded finisher for the pin fall victory.
Winner and STILL TBS Women’s Champion: Jade Cargill
Malakai Black Coming Back?
A video package is then shown for the House Of Black, with the three men being shown in bags as a voice asks if they have given up their faith so quickly. Julia Hart ends up burning, burying, and putting them in water, and glimpses of the three resurecting are shown, with the voice of Malakai Black being heard asking his father for forgiveness.
ROH TV Championship
Samoa Joe (C) vs. Brian Cage
Brian Cage starts out hitting a couple of big shots, but Samoa Joe then drops him to the floor with a huge running shoulder tackle. The challenger gets fighting straight away with several big uppercuts, but the champion comes back with jabs and chops of his own, taking Cage into the corner. Joe then launches himself into the corner, following it with an enziguri as he then chops Cage to the spine as he follows with an elbow drop.
Prince Nana then gets on the apron to distract Joe, and that works as Cage is able to begin the attack himself with kicks to the mid-section, and then a spinning kick, dropping the champion with a clothesline shortly after. Cage then gets Joe over with a German Suplex, but it isn’t enough to get the job done here. Cage then knocks the champion to the floor and launches himself over the top rope, wiping out the veteran.
Cage spends too long posing which allows Joe to hit some jabs, a kick and a senton combination, and that brings a near fall for the champion. Cage then brawls his way back and then drops from the top turnbuckel with the elbow, but Joe is able to kick out at the last second. Cage then pushes himself again, lifting up Joe with a pumphandle slam, dropping the champion face-first.
He looks for the discus lariat, but Joe avoids it and looks for the Coquina Clutch, but then Cage breaks free and hits the discus lariat himself, with Joe once again having to kick out. Joe escapes Cage’s next plan, and while Cage then tries to reverse the Coguina Clutch again, Joe smartly uses his other hand and the submission is in for the win.
Winner (and still ROH Television Champion): Wardlow
After the match The Gates Of Agony are on hand to jump Joe until Wardlow makes his way to the ring, with The Embassy having to retreat away. However, while he focuses on them, Powerhouse Hobbs appears and drops the TNT Champion with a Spinebuster, standing tall with the title to close the show.
AEW Dynamite Results (11/2) Baltimore, MD