4/10 AEW Dynamite Results

4/10 AEW Dynamite Results

4/10 AEW Dynamite Results – Tonight’s AEW Dynamite comes to you from the Charleston Coliseum in Charleston, WV, where Justin Roberts is shown in the ring and he begins the introductions for our opening contest, which is an AEW World Championship Eliminator bout. Samoa Joe’s theme hits and out comes the AEW World Champion for the first match of the evening.

As he makes his way out, he is attacked from behind by Swerve Strickland, Joe’s scheduled opponent for AEW Dynasty. Joe fights back but Swerve ends up spearing him through a table leaning against the guard rail. Joe is out as officials make sure Swerve heads to the back.

Orange Cassidy To Address Trent’s Actions On Rampage

We see security and officials helping Joe up. As they clear up the chaos, Excalibur sends us into a video package looking back at Trent’s recent heel turn. Back live, Renee Paquette is outside the locker room of Orange Cassidy. She says Friday at Rampage, Cassidy wil have a match and he will address the heartless actions of Trent.

TNT Championship
Adam Copeland (C) vs. Penta El Zero Miedo

The bell sounds and we’re officially off-and-running with this one. The two jaw at each other and then Penta shoves Adam. Adam shoves him back. Penta pie-faces him. Copeland goes after him but Penta ducks, hits the ropes and blasts him with a spear. He goes for the cover but Copeland kicks out. Penta hits a double stomp off the top-rope.

Copeland rolls out to the floor to re-group. Excalibur runs down what is scheduled for tonight’s show as the official match graphics flash across the screen. Penta blasts Copeland with a big chop that sends “The Rated-R Superstar” back out to the floor to re-group again as we head into a mid-match commercial break.

Back from the break, Penta delivers a kick to Copeland’s thigh. He follows it up with an enzuigiri in the corner, but Copeland responds with a tijeras. Penta delivers a kick to Copeland’s head and delivers a tijeras of his own before the two try leveling one another with clotheslines. They then manage to level each other with kicks and exchange chops with one another.

Penta connects with a Sling Blade on Copeland and flies over the top rope to level him on the outside. The referee subsequently begins a ten count, and both men beat it. Penta fires off stomps on Copeland and sets him up on the apron, then delivers a kick to his head.

Back from another break, Penta lands a chop on Copeland in the corner. Copeland gets Penta in an Electric Chair position and sends him crashing into the mat face first, then locks in a modified Sharpshooter. Penta makes it to the bottom rope to break the hold, then delivers a kick using the top rope for extra momentum and goes for a pin. Copeland kicks out.

Copeland locks in a crossface, but Penta gets his boot on the bottom rope to break the hold. Penta delivers an enzuigiri to Copeland, then looks to join him on the apron by flying. Copeland delivers a boot to his midsection mid-air, but Penta sets up for the Fear Factor. Copeland escapes and delivers a powerslam to him, and Abrahantes checks on him. Copeland delivers a spear to Abrahantes on the outside, and the two get back in the ring.

Copeland and Penta teeter on the top rope before Penta delivers a Canadian Destroyer to Copeland and goes for a pin. Copeland kicks out and Penta wrenches back on his arm, then goes for another pin. Penta kicks out once again and looks to fly off the ropes, but Copeland catches him with a spear mid-air for the win.

Winner (and still): Adam Copeland

After the match, the lights go out and Julia Hart is standing in the ring. Brody King blindsides Copeland and delivers a boot to his face in the corner, then fires off stomps on him. Willow Nightingale’s music hits, and she runs down to the ring to beat down Hart. Hart escapes, and Copeland low bridges King out of the ring.

Backstage With LionHOOK & Katsuyori Shibata

Backstage, we see Renee Paquette with Chris Jericho, HOOK and Katsuyori Shibata. Jericho talks in cocky fashion about how if they listen to him, they’ll breathe the rarified air that is Chris Jericho.

Jericho walks off and Shibata plays some translation audio on his phone to react. “What’s his deal?” He also tells Paquette through the phone app that he likes her necklace. After that, The Young Bucks’ exclusive ALL IN footage is promoted as coming up next. We head to another break.

The Young Bucks’ Exclusive ALL IN Footage, FTR Responds

When we return, we see Mark Briscoe and Eddie Kingston talking backstage when up comes Adam Copeland and Willow Nightingale. Copeland wants to make sure Briscoe and Kingston are still good to join him for Trios action at AEW Dynasty. They assure him they are. Copeland and Willow challenge Julia Hart and Brody King for next week.

Excalibur sends us to The Young Bucks, who are seated in front of a monitor. They talk about their upcoming match at AEW Dynasty 2024 and then mention their bout at ALL IN. This leads to them talking about the issue with Jack Perry “the scapegoat” at ALL IN. Then they bring up “the other individual, who happens to be best friends with FTR.”

They ask if FTR are the masterminds behind this whole thing. They decide it’s unprofessional to make assumptions on public platforms and take that back, a clear dig at CM Punk. They bring up respected journalists needing answers to what happened. They show the footage, for real, and it’s very much nothing.

With no audio, we see CM Punk storm up to Jack Perry after Perry’s match, in his ring gear, with Samoa Joe nearby waiting for their match, which was on next. Punk shoves Perry and snatches up a front choke as Joe ran up and held onto Perry from behind. It was very quickly broken up. Punk pushed past the security holding him and walked off after initially going off-camera to yell at someone, presumably Tony Khan.

They say the worst part was after this, with FTR trying to shake their hands. We head back inside the arena, where FTR comes to the ring. Dax Harwood and Cash Wheeler, upset, ask why we’re showing stupid crap like what we just saw. They say it’s because The Young Bucks can’t let go of the fact they lost at ALL IN. They bring up AEW Dynasty and call the Bucks petty little bitches.

Dax says “That’s our bosses, huh? Who we work for.” He mentions how the Bucks constantly remind everyone there wouldn’t be AEW without them. He says he doesn’t even disagree with that, because if it weren’t for them, hell, he might still be shaving Wheeler’s back, referencing the goofy crap they were made to do in WWE as The Revival. He says they do what they do for the fan who buys one ticket to get lost in their drama. “Top guys, out!”

Will Ospreay Addresses Bryan Danielson Showdown At AEW Dynasty 2024

The video package for the upcoming match between Bryan Danielson and Will Ospreay airs. The match will take place on Sunday, April 21 at Dynasty. Renee then interviews Ospreay. Ospreay says he is making ten-hour flights every week and still delivering some of the best professional wrestling matches anyone has seen, and then says no one is in position to tell him what the grind is all about.

Ospreay says you do not throw stones at an assassin with a machine gun. Ospreay says younger and better men have tried to take shots at him and failed, but Danielson is a living legend. Ospreay says he cannot call himself the best wrestler in the world until be beats Danielson at Dynasty. Ospreay says it is his time to show everyone what he is all about, what he brings to the table, and why he is the ace in AEW.

Chris Jericho, HOOK & Katsuyori Shibata vs. Shane Taylor Promotions

Back inside the arena, the theme for “Lionheart” Chris Jericho hits and out he comes. The HOOK bat symbol flashes on the ceiling as Action Bronson plays and out comes FTR Champion HOOK. Finally, with his trademark red towel, Japanese star Katsuyori Shibata makes his way out. The trio settle inside the ring for our next match of the evening.

Out next is the Shane Taylor Promotions trio of Shane Taylor, Anthony Ogogo and Lee Moriarty. The bell sounds and we’re officially off-and-running with this one. Chris Jericho and Lee Moriarty kick things off for their respective teams. Jericho drops Moriarty with a shot and follows with a few chops. Jericho drops Moriarty with a shoulder tackle and connects with the Lionsault for a two count.

Jericho sends Moriarty to the corner and follows with a few corner clotheslines. Jericho drops Moriarty with a hurricanrana and Shibata tags in. Shibata and Moriarty exchange shots and Shibata delivers a round kick to Moriarty’s back. Taylor tags in, as does Hook, and Hook delivers body shots. Ogogo kicks Hook in the back, and then Taylor drops him with a clothesline as the show heads to a commercial.

When we return from the break, Shibata gets the hot tag and helps his team fight back into competitive form. Moriarty comes back in for the STP team and shifts the offensive momentum back in his team’s favor as the crowd tries rallying behind Shibata. Jericho and HOOK get in a shoving match argument on the floor.

Meanwhile, Shibata slaps a choke on Moriarty. The ref, distracted, isn’t watching as Taylor hits a cheap shot. Moriarty follows up for the win. After the match, HOOK and Jericho argue some more. HOOK tells Jericho to take a hike. He does. HOOK helps Shibata up and poses with him for the fans.

Winners: Shane Taylor Promotions

Backstage, Renee Paquette is standing by with a fired up Dustin Rhodes, who talks again about having nothing to lose and everything to gain going into his title eliminator bout with Samoa Joe later tonight, which we learn is still on despite Swerve Strickland’s attack of Joe at the start of the show.

Kazuchika Okada vs. Cristiano Argenta

The bell sounds and we’re officially off-and-running with this one. After all of two minutes, the bell sounds again. The Japanese legend wins with ease in a nothing-happening squash match.

Winner: Kazuchika Okada

After the match, Okada gets on the mic. “Hey PAC … I accept your challenge. I’ll see you at Dynasty.” The crowd pops. It appears it’s official. The theme for PAC hits and out comes “The Bastard” to a nice pop. He stares down the AEW International Champion and then begins walking to the ring. The Young Bucks run down and attack him from behind. They bring him in the ring and all three beat him down.

The Bang Bang Gang Gloat Backstage

We are shown footage of the Bang Bang Gang’s attack at ROH Supercard of Honor 2024 and then we shoot backstage live to Jay White and The Gunns, who gloat about it, retaining their six-man tag championships and the beating White gave Billy Gunn.

He says he felt so good about it he thinks he’ll do it again on Rampage. If you ain’t down with that, we’ve got two words for ya, “Gunns up!” I’ve got two words for ya, “commercial break.”

“Timeless” Toni Storm’s Charleston Championship Champagne Toast To Thunder Rosa

When we return from the break, we see Renee Paquette on the entrance stage. She says it’s time for the “Timeless” Toni Storm Charleston Championship Champagne Toast to Thunder Rosa. Out first comes the woman who never lost the AEW Women’s Championship in the ring, Thunder Rosa.

From there, the reigning AEW Women’s Champion and Rosa’s opponent for AEW Dynasty 2024 makes her way out. Paquette pulls the bottle of champagne out and asks if she can have some, too. The cups are poured and then Storm throws her drink in Rosa’s face and attacks her. Deonna Purrazzo comes out to make the save. When Rosa comes to, she sees Purrazzo. Purrazzo just walks off.

Mariah May vs. Anna Jay

The bell sounds and we’re officially off-and-running with this one. After some back-and-forth action, we see May land a big headbutt that sends Jay out to the floor to re-group. As May goes out after her, we shift gears and head into another mid-match commercial break as the match continues.

When we return, we see some more action with May and Jay each having their moments. In the end, May wins via pin fall out of nowhere. There seemed to be some confusion with the finish. Afterwards, Anna, upset over losing, slaps the Queenslayer choke on May. STARDOM’s Mina Shirakawa runs out to make the save and then shares a big kiss with May.

Winner: Mariah May

Tony Schiavone Sits Down With Mercedes Mone

We shoot back to Tony Schiavone’s recent sit-down interview with Mercedes Mone. The “CEO” talks about arriving to the scene in AEW and confirms her in-ring debut for AEW Double Or Nothing 2024.

She talks about how devastating her match with Willow Nightingale was before she came to AEW because it resulted in an injury and cost her the chance at becoming the first-ever NJPW STRONG Women’s Champion.

As she continues to talk, the lights go out and we hear some chaos as Schiavone yells in the dark for someone to turn on the lights. When the lights finally come back on, we see Mone laid out as Schiavone yells for help as we head to another commercial break.

AEW World Championship Eliminator Match
Samoa Joe vs. Dustin Rhodes

The theme for “The Natural” hits and out comes Dustin Rhodes for his “nothing to lose, everything to gain” opportunity. He settles in the ring to a good reaction from the Charleston crowd, looking all business ahead of our main event of the evening.

Samoa Joe’s tune hits next and out fresh off of his attack at the hands of Swerve Strickland to start the show comes a beaten up Joe, who has Swerve’s chain with him. He settles in the ring for our main event of this week’s show as fans chant “Joe! Joe!” to the beat of his theme music.

After that, the final formal ring introductions get out of the way and the bell sounds to get this one officially off-and-running. Rhodes gets off to a good start, but it isn’t long before Joe is dominating the action. As we head to a mid-match commercial break, we see Joe beating on Dustin at ringside, as Dustin’s head is busted open and bleeding after being sent into the steel ring post.

When we return from the break, we see Dustin connect with a super-fast power slam as Joe was coming off the ropes. This allows “The Natural” to get his first prolonged offensive run of the bout. He hits a Code-Red for a close near fall attempt. He hits a Cross-Rhodes for another close pin attempt as he has blood flowing from his own dome.

Joe takes back over and then grabs Swerve’s chain from the corner that he brought to the ring. The ref stops him from using it, but as he is getting rid of the chain, Joe grabs the AEW World Championship and nails Dustin with it behind the ref’s back for the win.

Winner: Samoa Joe

After the match, Joe puts his choke on Dustin. Swerve runs out to make the save.

Swerve hits Joe with his House Call finisher. He grabs his chain and wraps it around his fist and then blasts the world champ with a knockout punch. He whips Joe with the chain, leading to Joe scrambling out of the ring. Swerve goes out after him but is held back by a ton of security.

Prince Nana hands Swerve the AEW World Championship, which he takes a close look at as Nana does his goofy dance and Joe’s eyes bulge out of his head seeing this. Swerve holds the title up in the air and poses with it as Excalibur runs down the lineups for other AEW programming later this week. That’s how this week’s show goes off the air. Thanks for joining us!

–– Here is the announced card ––

  • TNT Championship: Adam Copeland (c) vs. Penta El Zero Miedo
  • AEW World Championship Eliminator Match: Samoa Joe (c) vs. Dustin Rhodes
  • Mariah May vs. Anna Jay
  • Chris Jericho, HOOK, & Katsuyori Shibata vs. Shane Taylor Promotions (Anthony Ogogo, Shane Taylor, & Lee Moriarty)
  • Matthew & Nicholas Jackson will reveal backstage footage from AEW All In at Wembley Stadium
  • Toni Storm to toast Thunder Rosa

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