What Happened After AEW Dynamite: Grand Slam Went Off the Air – At AEW Dynamite: Grand Slam held at Arthur Ashe Stadium on September 20, the show concluded with a special moment.
After the official broadcast ended, Isiah Kassidy and Daniel Garcia took to the stage to engage with the enthusiastic crowd. Garcia playfully encouraged AEW President Tony Khan to join in the fun and show off his dance moves. Initially hesitant, Khan humorously expressed concern about potentially embarrassing himself in front of fans, especially those who may have been attending an AEW event for the first time. However, the crowd’s chants and Garcia’s dancing enthusiasm eventually persuaded Khan to give it a shot. Khan then showcased his dance skills and shared a high-five with Garcia.
Garcia’s dance has gone viral, as Arizona Cardinals LB Dennis Gardeck used it during the Washington Commanders vs. Arizona Cardinals NFL game on September 10.
Garcia also made an appearance on AEW Dynamite, where he had a brief backstage confrontation with Sammy Guevara after his former stablemate turned on Chris Jericho and aligned with Don Callis during the show’s main event.
What Happened After AEW Dynamite: Grand Slam Went Off the Air