7/10 AEW Dynamite Results

7/10 AEW Dynamite Results

7/10 AEW Dynamite Results – After some highlights of MJF’s promo from Collision explaining his heel turn, we shoot inside the Scotiabank Saddledome in Calgary, Alberta, Canada, where Will Ospreay makes her way to the ring to wstart the show.

He sits on the top turnbuckle and talks about how he was disgusted, but not surprised, at the despicable actions of MJF.

He says he’s heard rumors of MJF being the most insecure guy in pro wrestling. He says Daniel Garcia is sitting home unsure if he’ll ever wrestle again after MJF delivered a pile driver off the ropes where he’s standing right now. He talks about having ADHD and how it isn’t an excuse to be a prick, reacting to MJF’s ADD talk.

Ospreay says the Bidding War of ’24 didn’t go MJF’s way because Tony Khan would rather spend his money on talent like himself that will elevate the company, not bury it like him. He says, “I’ve got more talent in my left nut than MJF has in his entire body, bruv.”

He brings up MJF’s tattoo about betting on himself, but claims he’s just a selfish prick. He says the whole act is MJF is a scumbag. He says some people will cheer it because he’s “their scumbag.” He says that’s the best version of MJF, even if it’s been “the same old sh*t for five years.”

Will Ospreay tells MJF if he’s back there, he’s looking for a fight. He tells him to come out. MJF’s theme hits. Ospreay drops his mic and gets in a fighting stance. MJF never comes out. We hear some clanking and on the big screen we see MJF sipping some wine in a chair.

MJF says he isn’t coming out there because those people don’t deserve to be close to his greatness. He says Will is a flavor of the month, whereas MJF is the flavor of the millenium. He says he doesn’t have to kill himself for the fans. MJF just has to talk.

He says fans will see Ospreay’s routine after a while and throw him away like trash, just like they tried to do to him. He says he’s not replacable. Eventually Ospreay will go and the fans will jump on the bandwagon of the next “flippy guy.” He says he is a generational talent.

He says if Ospreay gets in the ring with him he’ll get exposed. He says he isn’t wrestling for fun or the amusement of the fans. He wrestles for a purpose. He suggests next week it’s MJF vs. Will Ospreay for the International Championship.

He says he won’t be wrestling for stars, he’ll be getting punched in the face until he starts seeing them. Ospreay responds, “Awww, adorable. Max … I’ll see ya next week, you little b*tch.” He drops the mic and walks off to end an explosively entertaining opening segment.

Owen Hart Foundation Men’s Tournament Finals
Bryan Danielson vs. Hangman Page

A video package airs to show Bryan Danielson’s journey to the finals of the 2024 Owen Hart Foundation Men’s Tournament Finals, which is our opening match of the week here this evening. After it wraps up, he makes his way out past the special enforcer of this match, Jeff Jarrett, and the Owen Hart Cup trophy.

Danielson settles in the ring and his music dies down. The new theme for his opponent, Hangman Page, plays next and out he comes with Jarrett trying to stare him down, but he was staring at the wrong tunnel, as Hangman came out of the opposite one. Whoops.

Hangman turns and glares at him and then heads to the ring as the commentators talk about Hangman’s new attitude. The ring announcer gets the final introductions out of the way and then this one gets underway.

The bell rings and the two lock up. Page rains down right hands on Danielson, then connects with a couple of chops. Danielson locks in a Half Boston Crab on Page, but Page quickly makes it over to the bottom rope to break the hold. Danielson delivers a tope suicida to Page on the outside, then gets him back in the ring and ascends to the top. He delivers a missile dropkick, then kips up. Page clotheslines Danielson from behind, then sends him crashing into the ring post.

Back from the break, Page lands a right hand on Danielson. Danielson connects with a kick on Page’s head, but Page lands another right hand on him. Danielson fires off more kicks on Page, but Page lands a series of his own. Page delivers a series of chops to Danielson’s chest, but Danielson cinches in a cross arm bar. He transitions into a crossface, but Page makes her foot on the bottom rope to break the hold.

Page lands a suplex on Danielson, but Danielson lands an avalanche German suplex off the middle rope. He looks to land a diving headbutt off the middle rope on Page, but Page moves out of the way and locks in a crossface of his own. Danielson makes his way over to the bottom rope to break the hold.

Back from another break, Danielson rains down Hammer and Anvil Elbows on Page. Page sends Danielson’s head bouncing off the top turnbuckle, then follows it up with a Tombstone and goes for a pin. Danielson kicks out, and Page sends Danielson tumbling out of the ring. He ascends to the top, but Danielson pushes him off. Danielson then flies off the top to take down Page on the outside, then hits the Yes Kicks on Page. Page responds with a piledriver, and Jarrett checks on Danielson along with medical officials.

Page gets in Jarrett’s face and shoves him, then gets back inside the ring as the referee begins a ten count. Danielson beats it, and Page fires off right hands on him back inside the ring. He rips off Danielson’s KT Tape on his trapezius, but Danielson connects with the Busaiku Knee on Page. Danielson lands a roundhouse kick on Danielson, but Danielson lands a suplex on him. He looks to land the Busaiku Knee on Page, but Page moves out of the way and Danielson is sent crashing into the referee.

Page removes his belt and starts lashing Danielson with it. He chokes him with it as Jarrett slides into the ring. Page pushes Jarrett over, and Jarrett removes his shirt to reveal a referee shirt. Danielson then rolls up, but Page kicks out. Page connects with the Dead Eye on Danielson and pins him, but Danielson kicks out. Page then lands a Buckshot Lariat on Danielson and looks to land a second one, but Danielson intercepts him and rolls him up. Page kicks out and locks in a crossface on Danielson, but Danielson transitions into a pinfall for the win.

Winner (and Winner of the 2024 Men’s Owen Hart Cup Tournament): Bryan Danielson

After the match, Martha Hart joins Jarrett, and they present Danielson with the Owen Hart Cup and the Owen Hart Cup Tournament Championship. Danielson’s opponent for All In and the reigning AEW World Champion, Swerve Strickland and Prince Nana, then make their way down to the ring.

Strickland says he was staring across from Will Ospreay a week ago, and recalls Ospreay telling him that the best wrestler in the world is the one holding the AEW World Championship. He says now that he’s defeated Ospreay, fans are looking at the best wrestler in the world. He congratulates Bryan Danielson on winning the Owen Hart Cup Tournament, then says he’s looking forward to main eventing All In with him. He says he hasn’t forgotten that Danielson has pinned him and says he holds grudges.

Strickland then addresses The Young Bucks. He says they tried recruiting him to Team Elite in the upcoming Blood & Guts match, and while he will be competing in the match, it will be on Team AEW. He declares himself as the leader of Team AEW, and says he will lead them to victory in Blood & Guts. He then challenges Kazuchika Okada to a match, and tells Danielson he’ll see him in his final countdown at All In.

Back from the break, we head over to the premiere of The Acclaimed and “Daddy Ass” Billy Gunn’s newest diss track about The Elite.

Samoa Joe then makes his way down to the ring. Chris Jericho and Bryan Keith follow.

Samoa Joe vs. Chris Jericho (w Bryan Keith) in a Stampede Street Fight

The bell rings and the two stare one another down. Joe takes off Jericho’s cowboy hat and uses it to land a right hand on Jericho, then fires off more right hands on him in the corner and connects with a pair of headbutts. Joe then whips Jericho into the opposite corner and hits an enzuigiri, then fires off another right hand and headbutt on Jericho. Jericho lands a right hand on his own on Joe, then delivers a few chops to him.

Joe connects with a tope suicida to level Keith on the outside, then dumps him over the barricade and into the crowd. Jericho surprises Joe, then sends him crashing into the barricade and grabs a chair. He hits Joe with the chair on the shoulder and parades it around, then takes another shot at Joe with it and dumps Joe back inside the ring. Jericho grabs another chair from under the ring and a bag, then dumps the bag out to reveal several horseshoes.

Jericho looks to send Joe crashing through the pile of horseshoes, but Joe blocks him. Jericho lands a boot on Joe’s midsection and runs the ropes, but Joe intercepts him and sends Jericho crashing through the horseshoes spine first. He follows it up with a senton and pins Jericho, but Jericho kicks out. Joe lands a few kicks on Jericho’s thigh, but Jericho catches one of them and trips Joe. He locks in the Walls of Jericho on Joe.

Back from the break, Jericho still has the Walls of Jericho locked in on Joe. Joe escapes and fires off right hands on Jericho, then sits him on the top rope. Jericho lands a dropkick on Joe off the top and looks to fly off the apron, but Joe moves out of the way and dumps Jericho over the barricade. Joe follows him, and the two brawl with one another in the crowd.

Joe throws a bag of popcorn at Jericho, then drags him backstage and lands a chop on him. Jericho tosses a cup of coffee at Joe, but Joe locks in the Coquina Clutch on him. Big Bill comes out of a room nearby and cracks a chair across Joe’s spine to break the hold. Keith joins him, and the two continue beating Joe down. They hold Joe in place as Jericho hits Joe with a cowbell. Keith and Bill place Joe on a pallet on a forklift, and Jericho gets on the forklift. He then drives Joe and the forklift through part of the drywall in the Saddledome, and the doctor calls for the match to be stopped.

Winner: Chris Jericho (via doctor’s stoppage)

Back from the break, we see Joe being loaded onto an ambulance as Jericho, Bill, and Keith happily wave him off to the hospital.

Back at ringside, Tomohiro Ishii, Claudio Castagnoli, PAC, and Kyle Fletcher are waiting inside.

Tomohiro Ishii vs. Claudio Castagnoli vs. PAC vs. Kyle Fletcher in a Global Glory Four-Way Match

The bell rings and Fletcher fires off right hands on Ishii. Ishii stays on his feet and runs over Fletcher with a shoulder tackle as Castagnoli lands an uppercut on PAC in the corner. Castagnoli and Ishii then begin brawling, but Fletcher blindsides Ishii. Ishii and Castagnoli land a double shoulder on Fletcher and clothesline him out of the ring before they exchange forearms.

PAC ascends to the top and delivers a missile dropkick to Ishii He runs the ropes looking to level him on the outside, but Fletcher trips him. PAC takes down Fletcher with a hurricanrana, but Ishii levels Fletcher and PAC with back suplexes. He looks to land one on Castagnoli, but Castagnoli blocks him and lands a T-Bone suplex. He then flies with a Tornillo over the top rope to level him on the outside.

Back from the break, all four men are down on the mat. PAC, Castagnoli, and Fletcher fire off forearms on Ishii, but Ishii responds with forearms of his own on the three of them. He sends Fletcher crashing into the mat, then lands a clothesline on PAC in the corner. PAC rocks Fletcher with a poisionrana, but Castagnoli catches him with a pop-up uppercut. Ishii runs him over, but Fletcher catches him with a Tombstone and goes for a pin. Ishii kicks out.

Castagnoli delivers The Swing to Fletcher, then locks in a Sharpshooter on him. PAC ascends to the top and lands an elbow drop on Fletcher, then locks in the Brutalizer on him. Ishii fires off right hands on Castagnoli and levels him with a suplex, then breaks up the Brutalizer. He turns Fletcher inside out with a clothesline and pins him, but Fletcher kicks out.

Castagnoli lands the Neutralizer on Fletcher and pins him, but PAC pulls Castagnoli off Fletcher and pins him himself.

Castagnoli pulls PAC off Fletcher, and the two begin to brawl. Ishii takes down Castagnoli, but PAC lands a German suplex on Ishii and hits one on Castagnoli. Fletcher rolls up PAC, but PAC kicks out and ascends to the top. He delivers the Black Arrow to Fletcher and locks in the Brutalizer on him. Fletcher taps out.

Winner: PAC

After the match, PAC grabs a mic. He says he’s made bold promises since returning to AEW, but he’s also suffered many failures. He says it’s All In season, and he will not be denied his moment at Wembley Stadium. He vows to be back.

We then head backstage, where “Hangman” Adam Page storms past Renee Paquette. Paquette stops him looking to get a little respect, but Page ignores her. He then knocks on the door of The Elite’s dressing room, and tells The Young Bucks and Kazuchika Okada he’ll be the fifth member of Team Elite in Blood & Guts.

Mercedes Mone Hosts A Second Celebration Party As TBS Champion and NJPW STRONG Women’s Champion

Back at ringside, Mercedes Mone makes her way down to the ring.

Mone tells Calgary to say hello to their CEO, then says she’s honored to be in the Saddledome to continue celebrating being both the TBS Champion and the NJPW STRONG Women’s Champion. She points out the extra security at ringside courtesy of The Young Bucks, and says she will not be interrupted tonight. Mone declares herself as “the best there is, the best there was, and the best there ever will be.” She tells Dr. Britt Baker D.M.D. that she will not be facing her at All in, then pours herself a shot and looks to toast to herself.

Baker’s music hits, and she makes her way down to the ring. Security looks to stop her from entering the ring, but she takes them down and pushes past them. Mone slides out of the ring, and Baker stands tall.

Back from the break, we see Darby Allin attack Brandon Cutler. Allin then sends a message to The Elite, and says he’ll see them next week because he’s just getting started with them.

Owen Hart Foundation Women’s Tournament Finals
Mariah May vs. Willow Nightingale

We are informed minutes before the fact that tonight’s show will have a special overrun, so expect tonight’s show to go long once again this week!

Nightingale and May shake hands with one another. The bell rings and the two lock up. They go back and forth, taking turns locking one another in submission holds. Nightingale connects with a chop on May in the corner, then runs her over with a shoulder tackle. May trips Nightingale, then lands a dropkick on her and hits a chop. May delivers a hurricanrana to Nightingale that sends her crashing into the ropes, then tangles her up in the ropes and delivers a dropkick to her spine. She goes for a pin, but Nightingale kicks out.

Back from the break, May delivers a missile dropkick to Nightingale off the top rope and follows it up with a Hip Attack. She then drives Nightingale into the mat, but Nightingale lands a splash on her in the corner and follows it up with a spinebuster. She looks to lock in a Sharpshooter on May, but May fights her way out and delivers a German suplex to Nightingale.

May lands an uppercut on Nightingale in the corner, then fires off forearms on her in the opposite corner. She charges at her, but Nightingale gets her boot up. May connects with a double chop on Nightingale, then pulls her down with a hurricanrana and goes for a pin. Nightingale kicks out and pins May, but May kicks out. May then rocks Nightingale with a headbutt.

A hooded figure looks to interfere as the referee is distracted by Storm, but Nightingale fights them off. Kris Statlander then appears out of nowhere and lands a kick on Nightingale, and the hooded figure reveals themself to be Stokely Hathaway. This opens the door for May to land a running knee on Nightingale. Nightingale kicks out, and May looks to land May Day on her. Nightingale escapes and rolls up May, but May kicks out. Nightingale then lands a lariat on May and follows it up with a cannonball. She sets up for the Doctor Bomb, but May counters into a roll up for the win.

Winner (and Winner of the 2024 Women’s Owen Hart Cup Tournament): Mariah May

After the match, May and Storm look to celebrate Storm’s win on the top of the ramp. May grabs the Owen Hart Cup Tournament Championship, but hits Storm with it out of nowhere and attacks her with it. Storm begins to bleed as May attacks Luther with the title and sends him crashing off the stage through a table. May then hits Storm repeatedly in the head with her shoe and jams it into her head. Officials show up to separate the two women, but May clocks Aubrey Edwards. She rubs Storm’s blood on her face, then stands tall over her as the show goes off the air.

–– Here’s what to expect on the show ––

  • Swerve Strickland returns
  • Women’s Owen Hart Foundation Tournament Finals: Willow Nightingale vs. Mariah May
  • Men’s Owen Hart Foundation Tournament Finals: Bryan Danielson vs. Adam Page (Special Enforcer: Jeff Jarrett)
  • Stampede Street Fight: Samoa Joe vs. Chris Jericho
  • Will Ospreay speaks
  • Global Glory 4-Way Match: Claudio Castagnoli vs. Kyle Fletcher vs. PAC vs. Tomohiro Ishii
  • Mercedes Mone Double Championship Victory Toast

7/10 AEW Dynamite Results

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