AEW Dynamite Results (3/8) Sacramento, CA

AEW Dynamite Results (3/8)

AEW Dynamite Results (3/8) – We are live from the Golden 1 Center in Sacramento, CA, as Orange Cassidy makes his way to the ring. Jay Lethal is next, accompanied by Sonjay Dutt, Satnam Singh and Jeff Jarrett. A bunch of officials run down and stop them from coming to the ring. Lethal heads to the ring by himself as highlights are shown from the Cassidy-Lethal showdown back in January.

AEW All-Atlantic Championship Match
Orange Cassidy (c) vs. Jay Lethal

As the commentators continue talking, their microphones are accidentally projected over the house speakers, so the entire crowd reacts as they talk and feedback squeaks. Interesting.

The bell sounds and we’re officially off-and-running with this one.

Jay Lethal charges in to try and attack Orange Cassidy straight away, but it leads to the champion taking control straight away with some arm drags. The challenger aims for Lethal Injection after getting Cassidy to chase him around but that is countered, and when he tries it again Cassidy stops it once more by kicking Lethal as he attempts the move. 

Cassidy launches himself outside the ring but gets caught, however, he is able to counter that by sending Lethal into the ring post. Lethal wastes no time responding to that though by sending Cassidy into the steel stairs as he follows it with a dragon screw into the ropes. He hangs Cassidy onto the top rope and follows with a running sweep attack on the injured leg once again. 

Outside the ring, Lethal continues the attack by driving Cassidy’s knee into the ring post. The duo trade blows as Cassidy then manages to hit a Brainbuster and he then heads to the top turnbuckle only for Lethal to join him, but Cassidy is able to fight back and hit a diving DDT. That is followed by a tornado DDT, but Lethal is able to kick out. Cassidy goes for the Orange Punch but his knee buckles underneath him, and that leads to Lethal putting on the Figure Four Leglock, but Cassidy makes the bottom rope. 

They then brawl on the ring apron but as they get back into the ring Lethal slams him down onto his knee before running and kicking it away, nailing the Lethal Combination afterward. He then heads to the top turnbuckle for the Elbow Drop, but Cassidy counters with his knees only to be caught with a Cutter straight after as Cassidy kicks out at the last second. Once again the challenger aims for the Lethal Combination, but the damage done to his shoulder makes it impossible. He collapses down and Cassidy takes advantage by hitting the Orange Punch. 

Winner and STILL AEW All-Atlantic Champion: Orange Cassidy

Jeff Jarrett Shows Orange Cassidy Who Has “The Stroke”

Once the match wraps up, we see Cassidy celebrating with his title. Lethal throws a hissy fit at ringside and grabs his stolen Golden Globe. As he ties the referee up with his hissy fit, we see Jeff Jarrett appear in the ring behind Cassidy.

Jarrett hits Cassidy with The Stroke finisher and then grabs his guitar and blasts it over the injured knee of the champ. The Best Friends end up coming out to run off the heels, ending the quick post-match scene.

Powerhouse Hobbs With A Message For Wardlow

We shoot backstage where Renee Paquette is standing by with Powerhouse Hobbs after quick video footage of Wardlow’s car getting broken into and TNT Championship being stolen is shown.

Hobbs talks about Wardlow’s life being in shambles and tells him what he’s dealing with is only the beginning, because Hobbs vows to beat Wardlow and take his newly won title from him for good.

“Absolute” Ricky Starks Attacked By Juice Robinson

After that we head back inside the Golden 1 Center in Sac-Town where we hear the familiar sounds of the theme song of “Absolute” Ricky Starks. Out comes the promising AEW star to the ring in street clothes.

Starks settles inside the squared circle to a nice pop from the California crowd. His music dies down and he grabs a mic. He talks about the love he has received from the fans on Sunday night and again tonight. He says to top it all off, he beat Chris Jericho at AEW Revolution, so he’s having a hell of a week.

He says with that in mind, the question is, “What’s next for Ricky Starks?” He says he doesn’t know. As he continues to talk, the theme for The Bullet Club hits. We see Juice Robinson appear in the ring behind him.

Juice Robinson turns Starks around and decks him with what Tony Schiavone calls the man with the best right hand in the business. He lays out Starks and then stands over him with his hands raised as the crowd reacts.

Wardlow Makes Change To Tonight’s Main Event

When we return from the break, we see Tony Schiavone backstage with the new TNT Champion Wardlow. He asks Wardlow where his head is at right now and he says he’s dealing with a great deal of loss lately.

Wardlow then suggests that his TNT Championship defense against Powerhouse Hobbs be a falls count anywhere, anything goes showdown. He says he planned on showing Hobbs a lesson in respect tonight and says now it’s even more personal.

Renee Paquette Talks To Ruby Soho

Now we head back inside the Golden 1 Center, where Renee Paquette is standing in the ring. She introduces her guest at this time, Ruby Soho. Soho comes out accompanied by Saraya and Toni Storm as the commentators talk about her heel turn at Sunday night’s AEW Revolution 2023 premium live event.

Paquette asks her straight out of the gate about her actions at the show this past weekend. Soho says it should be obvious. She says it shouldn’t be a surprise to anyone. She says, “You all created this monster.”

Soho then tells a story about her first title defense being against Britt Baker. She says when she lost that match, these fans were thrilled. She fast forwards to the Owen Hart Tournament, where she faced another homegrown in Kris Statlander.

She asks Renee if she remembers the reaction when she beat her. She says they booed her out of the damn building. She says that brings her to Jamie Hayter. She says everyone loves Jamie. She then mentions how Toni Storm wasn’t appreciated.

She says people begged Saraya to come out of retirement. She did and then everyone came after her on a moment’s notice. She says the three of them have been outcasts since the day they joined AEW.

Skye Blue vs. Ruby Soho

She wraps up by saying to go ahead and send out her opponent for tonight, another homegrown talent from AEW, Skye Blue. With that said, Skye Blue’s theme hits and out she comes.

We see Soho immediately attack Blue and beat her down at ringside. She rams her into the steel ring post and drops her. She then walks by her and gives her a savage kick to the ribs while she’s down and out. She rolls her back in the ring and stalks her like a lion. She backs into a corner arrogantly and watches as the referee checks on her.

Blue finally gets up and she stumbles over to Soho, who catches her with an enzugiri. Soho continues to beat her down with ease and then hits a back-heel trip slam down to the mat. She goes for a follow-up cover but Skye kicks out after two. On that note, we head to a mid-match commercial break.

As we settle back in from the break, the match is still in progress, with Soho dominating and even at one point petting Blue right in front of the hard camera. We see Blue try and fight back but Soho lays her out and scores the pin fall victory.

Winner: Ruby Soho

Saraya, Toni Storm & Ruby Soho Dominate Two More “L’s”

Once the match wraps up, we see Saraya and Toni Storm come out to join Soho in a post-match beat down of Blue. Willow Nightingale ends up coming out so Saraya and Storm bail. Willow tries reasoning with Soho but then Saraya and Storm come in from behind and beat her down.

They drag Blue’s lifeless body next to Willow’s and they spray-paint “L’s” on them in green spray-paint. They pose together as the fans boo to end the post-match scene.

“Hangman” Adam Page Says He’s Done With Jon Moxley

From there, we shoot backstage to Renee Paquette, who is standing by with “Hangman” Adam Page. We see “Hangman” still sporting bad black eyes as a result of his Texas Death Match showdown with Jon Moxley from AEW Revolution.

Paquette asks how he’s doing. He says physically he’s been better but in his mind, heart and soul all is well. He says Sunday he had to go to a dark place. He says let that serve as a warning and looks into the camera and says the vicious things he’ll do if he has to.

He is asked if it’s safe to say things are done between he and Jon Moxley. Page says he’s given her a lot of flack for these interviews. He apologizes for what she had to see on Sunday. He says as far as Mox, after Texas Death, for him, he’s done. He walks off. We then head to another commercial break.

MJF’s Reign Of Terror Has Just Begun …

Once we return from the break, we see exclusive post-show footage from AEW Revolution 2023 of a bloody MJF with his AEW World Championship talking arrogantly about beating Bryan Danielson.

He says he’s gonna stroll into Winnipeg and have his re-Bar Mitzvah. He says his reign of terror has just begun and kisses his title belt. The quick video segment wraps up on that note.

Tony Schiavone Talks To FTR

Now we head back inside the Golden 1 Center in Sac-Town where Tony Schiavone is standing in the ring. He introduces his guests at this time, which he describes as one of the best tag-teams in the world — FTR.

With that said, Dax Harwood and Cash Wheeler make their way out to their Midnight Express-sounding theme song as the commentators remind fans of their surprise return and altercation with AEW Tag-Team Champions The Gunns at AEW Revolution this past Sunday night.

Schiavone welcomes the duo back and the crowd goes nuts with a sustained loud pop. FTR says he’ll need to speak up if he wants them to hear him. They say how good it feels to be back and hear that crowd noise.

Cash Wheeler begins and talks about how rough their recent history has been, losing all of their titles and then losing one of their best friends in the world, Jay Briscoe. The fans chant “Jay! Jay!”

He says he’ll be damned, though, if he’s gonna sit home and watch The Gunns refer to themselves as the best tag-team in wrestling. He says they might be talented, but they are disrespectful, entitled assh*les who had everything given to them by their daddy, Billy Gunn.

Dax Harwood then begins speaking. He mentions talking in the past about his love for his wife and his daughter but tonight, he’s gonna talk about someone else — the fans. He says they have never given up on him. He says this isn’t a rah-rah baby face speech but damn it, he loves the fans, too. The fans chant “FTR!” as he continues.

He says one of the last memories he has with his friend who is no longer with us, was ruined by The Gunns. He says now it’s personal and now it’s time for retribution. He says it’s time to beat The Gunns asses and finally win the AEW Tag-Team Championships. He says they have to do it for The Briscoes, for all the fans, and for themselves. “Top guys …out!” Dax can talk his ass off, folks.

Jade Cargill Throws Down The Gauntlet For Next Week In Winnipeg

We shoot backstage where Renee Paquette is standing by with Jade Cargill. She mentions her being 53-0 and asks if there are any challenges left for her in AEW. She says there aren’t.

She brings up them going to Canada next week. She says she wants the best Canadian wrestler there is and vows to stomp on them like they’re nothing. She throws down the gauntlet for next week’s Dynamite in Winnipeg.

Chris Jericho, Sammy Guevara & Daniel Garcia vs. Top Flight & AR Fox

Chris Jericho starts out pushing AR Fox, but he responds with several punches as he then avoids Jericho’s before nailing an enziguri. Fox follows that by diving out to Jericho and he then runs away and tags in Sammy Guevara who takes a low shot to take control as he and Jericho hit a double shoulder tackle to Fox. Darius Martin makes a blind tag and connects with a kick but Guevara runs to tag in Daniel Garcia. 

Dante Martin comes in as well but he gets distracted by the rest of JAS outside the ring and that allows Garcia to take control as he takes Dante back to his corner. They make frequent tags to remain in control as Jericho hits a dropkick. Guevara returns to action and he tries to keep Dante grounded, and Jericho comes back but as they go to the top rope, Dante is more comfortable and sends Jericho down, but Guevara blocks the tag out by attacking Martin’s partners. 

However, Dante flips Guevara across the ring and Fox comes in and starts attacking Garcia as he drops him with a cutter, but Jericho and Guevara then try and stop him until he sends Jericho outside while hanging Guevara on the second rope. He then dives out of the ring to take out Jericho while pushing onto Guevara, and he then runs up to the top turnbuckle before bouncing back to hit a double cutter. 

Darius tags in and connects with a stalling suplex, but Garcia responds by grabbing his hair so Jericho returns only to be hit with a Spanish Fly. The match then breaks down as Fox hits the implosion senton to the floor to wipe out Guevara. Meanwhile, inside the ring, Jericho gets rolled up and almost loses, but he kicks out and then eats a thrust kick. Jericho quickly grabs the official to distract her, and Jake Hager gets a cheap shot to Darius which is followed by the Judas Effect.

Winners: Chris Jericho, Sammy Guevara & Daniel Garcia

After the match, Garcia claims they’re the number one contenders for the trio’s titles now. Jericho says that they deem themselves the contenders so House Of Black can turn out their lights and get in this ring. The lights go out, but it is The Elite who appears! Omega says they’ve not gotten involved in each other’s business and he thinks that’s down to mutual respect, but as he keeps talking Don Callis takes the microphone. Callis says The Elite established the titles, and it’s obvious they’re the number one contenders.

Callis says he agrees that Jericho is one of the GOATs, but unfortunately, he’s only the second-best from Winnipeg. Jericho calls them out, but the lights go out again and House Of Black appears on the titantron. He says they’re both deserving and next week if they want them…and then the group appears inside the building and tells them to come and get them. 

Tony Khan Makes Level-Up Title Announcement

We shoot to Tony Khan backstage. He confirms Orange Cassidy vs. Jeff Jarrett for the AEW All-Atlantic Championship for next week. He says for the fifth time, it will be defended on international territory.

He then says next week, the title will level-up and become the AEW International Championship. In conjunction with the new Shazam movie, Khan says the new title will be defended for the first time when Cassidy defends against Jarrett.

Bryan Danielson Reacts To His Loss At AEW Revolution

Bryan Danielson is then shown after Revolution and admits he thought he was doing this for his kids. But he realized tonight MJF was right, he always thought it was best to fight, and when he was in the Lebell Lock his first instant was to fight. But then he couldn’t feel his arms, his leg didn’t have strength. When MJF said he wouldn’t be able to play with his kids he knew MJF was right, he was putting himself before his family and that made him more ashamed than anything. It’s time for him to go home. 

Jon Moxley & Claudio Castagnoli vs. John Silver & Alex Reynolds

The Blackpool Combat Club jump their opponents immediately with Reynolds being launched into the barricade. Silver attempts to fight back inside the ring, but Castagnoli drops him with a shoulder attack. Silver responds with a suplex but Moxley tags in straight away and stops Silver from tagging with a gator roll and then some stomps. Silver ends Castagnoli into the turnbuckles and tags out as Reynolds wipes out both of his opponents with big boots. 

He then dives out to Moxley before kicking Castagnoli again inside the ring, but when he goes to the top turnbuckle he just gets swatted down to the floor. A bodyslam from Castagnoli regains full control but Reynolds hits a stomp and tags out. Silver immediately stars nailing kicks to Moxley and then a pump kick and a German suplex but Moxley kicks out. Silver hammers knee strikes at Silver but Castagnoli then comes in and breaks it up, but Dark Order get rid of him. Reynolds comes in with a double team to Moxley, but he reverses Reynolds submission by throwing him across the ring. Moxley then locks in a submission and secures the win. 

Winners: Jon Moxley & Claudio Castagnoli

After the bell Moxley locks in the submission again until Silver breaks it up, but Castagnoli dumps him outside the ring. Evil Uno hits the ring to help out his friends, but Wheeler Yuta helps the BCC and they keep dominating until Adam Page charges down to the ring. He drops Castagnoli, but that leads to him snapping and BCC just attack Page three on one.

Falls Count Anywhere TNT Championship Match
Wardlow (c) vs. Powerhouse Hobbs

Powerhouse Hobbs and Wardlow are shown fighting in the parking lot as the TNT Champion gets launched into an open door of a car that almost snaps it off. Hobbs then launches a keg at him which Wardlow narrowly avoids, but he does then get suplexed onto the hood of a car. Wardlow responds with a back body drop which sees Hobbs smash the windshield, but he is able to kick out. 

They then continue to brawl as Hobbs grabs a 2×4 to hit Wardlow with, and the two men then end up inside a steel truck going back and forth as Hobbs is then slammed through some plywood. They keep fighting with Hobbs using a chair to the spine of the champion, but he responds with one of his own. They take the fight through the fans as Wardlow dumps Hobbs over the barricade and into the ring. 

Inside the ring, Hobbs hits a spinebuster but Wardlow gets back up and they then start throwing right hands until Wardlow hits a headbutt and then a big lariat and an F10, but Hobbs kicks out. The challenger fights back with several spinebusters, and this time it is up to the champion to kick out of the pinfall attempt. He then launches Wardlow through the barricade which crashes open while Hobbs sets up a table. 

Wardlow spits water in Hobbs’ face though and that allows him to set Hobbs onto a table as Wardlow hits a Senton from the top rope to the outside, crashing Hobbs through but he still manages to kick out. Wardlow then hits a Powerbomb on Hobbs, driving him down onto the ramp. They fight to the top of the ramp until QT Marshall appears as he attacks Wardlow with a steel chair, nailing him with a shot to the head. The two of them then lift Wardlow and throw him off the stage as he crashes through the set below, and he is unable to answer the count of 10. 

Winner and NEW TNT Champion: Powerhouse Hobbs

Hobbs celebrates with the title as the crowd reacts. That’s how this week’s show goes off the air. Thanks for joining us!

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