2/28 AEW Dynamite Results

2/28 AEW Dynamite Results

2/28 AEW Dynamite Results – We are live from the Propst Arena at Von Braun Center in Huntsville, AL, as Hangman Page’s theme hits the house speakers and out he comes on crutches as highlights are shown of the injury he sustained in his last in-ring appearance. He settles in the ring looking dejected for his AEW Revolution 2024 announcement.

He addresses being on crutches and points out the obvious, which is that this isn’t a promising start. He talks about how when AEW was created, it was a chance for him. He mentions becoming AEW World Champion in 2021.

Hangman then brings up the scheduled three-way for the title at Sunday’s PPV and how he mentioned how it should’ve been a singles match. Page says he will not be able to compete at AEW Revolution this weekend. Before he can continue, the theme for Swerve Strickland hits.

Swerve settles in the ring and the fans do a loud “Who’s house? Swerve’s house!” chant. He laughs and talks about how he and Hangman have been trying to kill each other. Swerve tells Hangman he can’t escape fate, and his destiny is to win the title this Sunday.

Samoa Joe’s theme hits and out comes the AEW World Champion. He questions Swerve talking about destiny. Joe tells the two they are hungry because as champ, he’s making sure they starve. He says when it comes to dinner time, there’s no meals left for them. He says whether it’s one or both, he’s winning on Sunday.

Strickland talks about his journey and some of the savage things he’s done as of late to ensure he gets to the title. He tells Joe he might only have a job as a commentator in a pauncho waiting for him again when he’s done with him. He finishes by leading fans in a “Who’s house?” chant.

Hangman attacks him from behind with his crutch as the commentators react, “He’s not injured at all!” Hangman yells to Joe that he’s winning the title this Sunday. That’s how our eventful opening segment wraps up.

The Young Bucks Looking For Sting

We are shown footage of Matthew and Nicholas Jackson, The Young Bucks, arriving to the building earlier today. We follow them from the parking lot into the building, where Renee Paquette stops them for a quick word.

She mentions their match against Sting and Darby Allin this weekend and brings up their meeting with Ric Flair. They said it went great and they’ll leave it there. They ask if she’s seen Sting yet. She says no.

They say with tonight being his final Dynamite, they want to see him. They show bats and say they want to conduct his exit interview. They head off with the camera man to look for him. We head to a break on that note.

Blackpool Combat Club vs. Eddie Kingston & FTR

Kicking things off for their respective teams are Kingston and Danielson. A preview of this Sunday’s showdown ends before anything happens, as Danielson pulls the heel move and tags right out. Castagnoli comes in and he and Kingston begin to mix it up as fans chant “Eddie! Eddie!”

They then throw some headbutts and forearms in until their partners pull them apart only for all six men to then start brawling all around the ringside area. The fighting continues until Kingston and Moxley broker some peace and things head back into the ring. Danielson traps Wheeler to allow Moxley to hit him with a right hand, but he fights back and brings in Harwood who starts rocking all three of his opponents with different shots. 

Moxley takes a shot to Harwood’s throat, but he responds with a Tiger Driver only for the pinfall attempt to be broken by Danielson. Behind the official’s back Castagnoli drops Harwood with a clothesline, and Moxley follows it by driving him into the ring post. Kingston then gets in the way and tries to protect Wheeler, but Danielson brings him down and starts beating on him outside the ring. 

Harwood and Castagnoli go back and forth with forearms and chops, but Castagnoli eventually drops him with a lariat. Moxley then tags in and puts Harwood in the Figure Four Leglock, and while he gets out of it, Moxley works together with Castagnoli to take him down again as Danielson then hits a diving headbutt. Kingston makes the tag and he and Danielson trade chops until Danielson pokes the champion in the eye, but Kingston follows it with an exploder suplex, and Castagnoli gets one too. Moxley tries to drop Kingston with a lariat but he pops straight back up and they start brawling. 

Moxley then plants Kingston with a piledriver, but Wheeler stops the pinfall. Harwood sends Moxley and Castagnoli out of the ring, with FTR dropping Danielson with a big double team, but his partners stop the pinfall attempt. All six men then start brawling inside the ring as BCC hit their elbow strikes at the same time. THey break the submission holds by charging their opponents into the corner, and that leads to rapid fire chops by them.

Everyone begins hitting their finishers and it comes down to Danielson and Kingston as the “American Dragon” nails the Busaiku Knee. He then says he will kick his head in and he hammers down his kicks to the face before locking in a triangle sleeper and he fades out. 

Winners: Blackpool Combat Club

Chris Jericho With A Message For Atlantis Jr.

Chris Jericho is backstage with Renee Paquette. We hear him talk about his history with the Atlantis family and how when CMLL started working with AEW, he asked for a match against Atlantis Jr. He vows to give him a lesson in violence tonight and wraps up with a quick line in Spanish. We head to another commercial.

Will Ospreay Has Arrived!

Tony Schiavone is in the ring when we return. He introduces Will Ospreay. Out comes “The Aerial Assassin,” who declares he has finished up business with NJPW and is here full-time now. The crowd is eating him up and giving him loud pro-chants.

The Don Callis Family comes out and we see Konosuke Takeshita and Powerhouse Hobbs staring down Ospreay, particularly Takeshita. Callis talks about the two competing for the good of the Don Callis Family at AEW Revolution. The two shake hands but keep pulling the other towards themself for heated stare downs.

– Backstage, Renee Paquette is with Eddie Kingston when up comes The Young Bucks asking where Sting is. They also threaten Kingston for talking bad about him on Collision. Back inside the arena, Orange Cassidy makes his way out for his latest International title defense.

AEW International Championship
Orange Cassidy (C) vs. Nick Wayne

Nick Wayne’s theme hits and out he comes as Cassidy’s opponent. Christian Cage, Wayne’s mom and Killswitch are at ringside with him. The bell sounds and off we go with this title tilt. The two immediately get after it. Cassidy goes for Beach Break early, but Wayne avoids it. Wayne goes for Wayne’s World, but Cassidy avoids that as well.

The two spill out to the floor. Wayne hits a moonsault off the ropes onto Cassidy on the floor. Wayne leaps off the apron for another high spot, continuing to focus his attack on the ribs of the champ. Cassidy starts to fight back, but Cage gets involved. The ref sees this and ejects The Patriarchy from ringside for a big pop.

On that note, we shift gears and head into a mid-match commercial break as the action continues.

When we return, we see Wayne still dominating the action. Cassidy takes over but out comes Matt Taven and Mike Bennett from The Undisputed Kingdom to try and distract him.

Roppongi Vice runs out to make the save. Cassidy hits an Orange Punch for the win. Roderick Strong hits the ring after the match but Cassidy runs him off. We head to another break.

Winner and STILL AEW International Champion: Orange Cassidy

Kris Statlander vs. Skye Blue

When we return, we see Renee Paquette backstage with the Bang Bang Scissor Gang. The group makes fun of Max Caster for bailing on his freestyle during the group’s entrance last week. Back inside the arena, Kris Statlander makes her way to the ring.

Skye Blue’s theme hits next and out she comes as the opponent for the former TBS Women’s Champion. The bell sounds and we’re officially off-and-running with this one. We see Statlander start off strong. As Blue starts to take over, we shift gears and head into a mid-match commercial break as the action in this women’s singles bout continues.

As we settle back in from the break, we see some more shifts in momentum leading to some close near-falls for both ladies. On the floor, we see Julia Hart and Willow Nightingale in a stare down.

This leads to Statlander being slammed into the ring steps. Back in the ring, Blue goes for the roll-up but Statlander kicks out. Stokely Hathaway offers Statlander a chain at ringside. She doesn’t use it. Julia Hart sneaks a title shot into Statlander. Blue follows up with Code Blue for the win.

Winner: Skye Blue

The Young Bucks Continue Search For Sting

Backstage, we see The Young Bucks with their bats outside of Sting’s locker room. They remind each other to be mindful of the fact that when it comes to Sting, the only thing that’s for sure is nothing’s for sure.

They walk into his room ready to attack and see a hundred bats hanging from the ceiling, swinging. They walk up to a mirror and look nervous. We head to another commercial break.

“Lionheart” Chris Jericho vs. Atlantis Jr.

When we return from the break, the name “Lionheart” Chris Jericho appears on the big screen. Out he comes to some Rob Zombie music instead of his usual “Judas” sing-along entrance. He comes out in the vest and yellow/black tights like in his days in Mexico and in the original ECW.

He settles in the ring and his Lionheart ring entrance wraps up. Now CMLL star Atlantis Jr.’s theme hits and out comes the masked man accompanied by his father, Atlantis, also in a mask. Excalibur explains the history between Jericho and Atlantis as the two head to the ring.

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

Atlantis tries to shake hands but Jericho sucker-attacks him for the early start. Jericho takes control of Atlantis, who starts to fight back with wild kicks.

He hits a high cross body off the top and the two continue to mix it up as we head into a mid-match break, right after Atlantis nearly drops Jericho on his head on the floor going for a power bomb. Back from the break, Jericho gets Atlantis in the Walls of Jericho and Atlantis Jr. throws in the towel.

Jericho and Atlantis Jr. help Atlantis up after the match. Jericho and Atlantis Jr. stare each other down and have words off-mic and then hug. They all pose together for one final big pop to end the feel-good moment.

Winner: Chris Jericho

The Young Bucks Finally Find Sting

It’s main event (segment) time!

After Excalibur does a speed-read through the updated lineups for this week’s AEW Rampage, AEW Collision and AEW Revolution 2024 shows, we head back inside the Von Braun Center where The Young Bucks’ theme hits. Out comes AEW EVPs Matthew and Nicholas Jackson with bats in-hand.

They make it down to the ringside area and start punking fans wearing Sting masks. One removes his mask to reveal he is Darby Allin, and the fight is on. Allin dukes it out with both Bucks, who eventually take over and start beating him down in two-on-one fashion. They take him in the ring and hit an EVP Trigger.

From there the two get their baseball bats and start beating him down with the bats. The theme for Ric Flair hits and out comes “The Nature Boy” with a big smile on his face. The Bucks clap and then continue putting the boots to Allin.

Flair comes in the ring and they hand him their bat. He takes his jacket off and grabs the bat as they hold Allin. Flair drops the bat and starts punching both Bucks. The Young Bucks take over and now they are beating down the legend in two-on-one fashion. They taunt the crowd as they continue to boo.

The theme for Sting finally hits and the crowd roars. The Bucks head up the ramp with their bats but Sting never comes out the entrance way. Sting is lowered down from the ceiling like he used to do in WCW. The crowd explodes. He makes it down safe, unhooks himself and the Bucks finally notice what is going on.

The Young Bucks run down to deal with Sting, who pulls out his trademark black bat and goes to work beating them both down. Fans chant “Holy sh*t! Holy sh*t!” Darby comes out of nowhere off the top-rope to the floor with a picture-perfect Coffin Drop.

Sting, Darby Allin and Ric Flair stand tall in the ring as Sting’s theme plays again and The Young Bucks back off and head up the ramp. The crowd roars as Sting soaks in the moment and Excalibur wraps things up on the broadcast by plugging Sting’s retirement this Sunday and the shows that precede it on Friday and Saturday. That’s how this week’s show wraps up. Thanks for joining us!

–– Here is what’s on store for tonight’s show ––

  • Blackpool Combat Club (Bryan Danielson, Jon Moxley & Claudio Castagnoli) vs. Eddie Kingston & FTR (Dax Harwood & Cash Wheeler)
  • Will Ospreay to appear
  • Sting’s final AEW Dynamite
  • Hangman Page announces his status for AEW Revolution
  • Kris Statlander vs. Skye Blue
  • Atlantis Jr vs. Chris Jericho
  • AEW International Championship: Orange Cassidy (c) vs. Nick Wayne

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