7/3 AEW Dynamite “Beach Break” Results

7/3 AEW Dynamite “Beach Break” Results

7/3 AEW Dynamite “Beach Break” Results – The post-Forbidden Door episode of AEW Dynamite kicks off with a live cold open shot of Renee Paquette, who introduces the man she calls the new backbone of AEW, Daniel Garcia.

Daniel Garcia & MJF Kick Off AEW Dynamite: Beach Break

In he comes with “Daddy Magic” Matt Menard. Garcia calls this one of the most important nights of his life. He sends a message to Will Ospreay. He vows he won’t lose tonight. He puts it on his mother’s life.

MJF comes in and commends him for that kind of attitude. He tells him he’ll be in his corner for the match. The two shake hands. Garcia walks off. Menard tells MJF he respects him for all he’s doing for Garcia lately. The two shake hands and Paquette welcomes us to Beach Break.

Men’s Owen Hart Foundation Semifinal: PAC vs. Bryan Danielson

The bell rings and the two lock up. They take turns locking one another in submission holds before Danielson fires off chops on PAC. Danielson and PAC then level one another with crossbodies and exchange strikes, but PAC lands a boot on Danielson that sends him crashing out of the ring. PAC connects with a springboard moonsault, then gets Danielson back in the ring and locks in the Brutalizer. Danielson gets his foot on the bottom rope to break the hold.Back from the break, PAC mocks Danielson by landing the Yes Kicks on him. He follows it up with a German suplex, but Danielson lands a roundhouse kick on PAC’s head and connects with the Yes Kicks. Danielson hits a running knee on PAC off the apron, then sits him on a chair near the timekeeper’s area and delivers the Yes Kicks. PAC intercepts Danielson with a thrust kick, then connects with an elbow drop on him off the barricade.

PAC gets Danielson back in the ring, then ascends to the top and delivers an elbow drop. He lands a Tombstone and goes for a pin, but Danielson kicks out. Danielson cinches in the LeBell Lock on PAC, but PAC gets his foot on the bottom rope to break the hold. Danielson then fires off strikes on PAC and follows it up with a running knee in the corner before he ascends to the top.

PAC trips Danielson, then delivers a superplex to Danielson and goes for a pin. Danielson kicks out and PAC climbs back up to the top. He looks to land the Black Arrow, but Danielson rolls out of the way and delivers the Busaiku Knee. He pins PAC, but PAC transitions into the Brutalizer. Danielson escapes with a pinfall, and PAC kicks out. Danielson cinches in the LeBell Lock once more, but PAC escapes with a pin. Danielson reverses into a pinfall of his own for the win.

Winner: Bryan Danielson

– Willow Nightingale is interviewed by Renee Paquette backstage. She essentially talks about how much she thinks life sucks, but she smiles anyways. She sends a message to Kris Statlander ahead of their Owen Hart Foundation Women’s Tournament tilt later tonight. After it wraps up, we head to another commercial break.

We Hear From Mark Briscoe

Mark says while they may call him a chicken, he’s not scared of anything. He says Jack Perry got lucky last week when he emerged victorious in the Six Man Ladder Match at Forbidden Door to win the TNT Championship. He says he’s no longer worried about last week, but he’s worried about Shark Week and AEW Blood & Guts. He officially announces himself as the first member of Team AEW in the match.

Perry blindsides Mark and clocks him with the TNT Championship. Kyle O’Reilly lands a kick on Perry, but Kazuchika Okada appears and lands the Rainmaker on O’Reilly. The Young Bucks make their way down to the ring to join Okada and Perry, and deliver the EVP Trigger to Mark. The Elite stand tall in the ring holding up their titles, but The Acclaimed’s music hit and they make their way down to the ring to even the odds along with “Daddy Ass” Billy Gunn.

Women’s Owen Hart Foundation Semifinal: Kris Statlander vs. Willow Nightingale

Nightingale and Statlander begin brawling on the ramp. Nightingale lands a shoulder pounce on Statlander, then sends her face repeatedly bouncing off the ring apron and delivers a suplex to her on the floor. Nightingale and Statlander get inside the ring and the bell sounds. Nightingale sends Statlander’s face bouncing off the turnbuckle.

Back from the break, Statlander delivers a jawbreaker to Nightingale. The two brawl on the apron, and Statlander looks to land a German suplex on Nightingale onto the floor. Nightingale hangs on to the top rope and lands a back elbow, then delivers a cannonball off the apron to Statlander. The pair get back in the ring, and Nightingale lands a dropkick on Statlander. Statlander hits a German suplex on Nightingale and looks to deliver a second one, but Nightingale avoids it and delivers a German suplex to Statlander off the middle rope.

Statlander delivers a boot to Nightingale as she sits on the top rope and sets up for Saturday Night Fever. Nightingale counters into a roll up, but Statlander reverses the pin. Nightingale kicks out, and Statlander sends Nightingale crashing into the mat off her shoulders. Hathaway places a chain in the corner for Statlander to use, and she grabs it as Hathaway distracts Nightingale. Statlander looks to hit Nightingale with the chain from behind, but Nightingale sees her coming. Statlander almost hits Hathaway, but puts a stop to her own momentum. Nightingale takes advantage of the miscommunication and rolls up Statlander for the win.

Winner: Willow Nightingale

– Backstage afterwards, Jeff Jarrett gives no comment when asked about the importance of his own Owen Hart Cup match against The Elite’s Wild Card later tonight. Instead, Jay Lethal talks for him after he leaves, saying it’s important for him to win to honor the legacy of his former best friend. We head to another break.

We Hear From Britt Baker

Schiavone introduces Baker, and she makes her way down to the ring. Baker tells AEW fans that she’s missed them, and says while she was thinking about what she wanted to say in her first promo back, she decided just to talk to fans. She says she wants to talk about three things tonight: the past, the present, and the future.

Baker says that fans surely have been wondering where she’s been for the last ten months. She says that she had a couple herniated discs and a torn hip labrum. She says she convinced herself she was good until she started feeling really sick one day. She says she looked to open a bottle of water, but she couldn’t because her entire right side wouldn’t work. She says she was diagnosed with a mini stroke, and says that she told Tony Khan she needed to stay at home for a while.

Baker says that in this present moment, she’s cleared to return to action. She says she’s never been more nervous than she was returning at Forbidden Door, and says she was worried no one would care if she walked through the curtain. She says that rejection is irrational, but it’s persistent. She says fans welcomed her back with open arms, and says she will always be in their corner.

Baker says that when one is going through a hard time, be present and feel it all because it will feel even better once you get through it. She says everyone possesses the impulse to be Elite, then says there’s a new Elite female face in AEW: Mercedes Mone. She says Mone worked hard to earn the three letters of CEO, and says it’s brilliant to manipulate fans into cheering them by incorporating them into her entrance music. She says fans don’t need music to tell Mone that the only three letters that matter in AEW are DMD.

We then see a car pull up to the Wintrust Arena, and Mercedes Mone gets out. She’s greeted by The Young Bucks, and makes her way out to the ring as the ring gets set up for her TBS Championship/NJPW STRONG Women’s Championship.

Mone tells Chicago it’s time to celebrate with their double champion. Baker says she outshined her moment at Forbidden Door, and now Mone is trying to do the same thing to her. Mone says she made Forbidden Door famous when she became a double champion, and says she should’ve known that Baker would try to steal her moment. She tells Baker to get a good look at what a star looks like.

Baker says she wrestled at the very first All In in Chicago, and says she was the first woman to sign with AEW. She recalls wrestling at Wembley Stadium at All In last year while Mone was injured, then challenges Mone to a match at All In. Mone cuts her off and tells Baker to go to the back of the line, and Baker asks Mone what line she’s referring to. Mone says since she’s a fan, she knows she’s about to say that there’s a pierce to pay when you mess with Mone. The two women stare one another down as Mone holds up the TBS Championship and NJPW STRONG Women’s Championship.

Will Ospreay Quits The Don Callis Family

We see highlights of Don Callis giving Will Ospreay the screwdriver in his match against Swerve Strickland at Forbidden Door. Don Callis comes in to his interview with Renee Paquette backstage. Ospreay tells Callis not to say anything. He says it’s not his fault he came up short. He says it’s his own for hitting the referee. He says he’s not the same guy he used to be. He doesn’t want to be part of The Don Callis Family any longer.

Callis says he’s not normally in the habit of letting people out of signed agreements with him. He says he’s proud of what Ospreay has done with his life, so he’s happy to do him the favor. He says maybe one day he’ll do a favor for him. Ospreay says thank you. The two hug but the camera closes in and shows Callis making a face like he’s not happy. He walks off and Ospreay smacks his own face to try and get focused before his big title defense later tonight.

Chris Jericho Gets Taz Kicked Off Commentary For The Night

The theme for Chris Jericho hits and out comes the longest-reigning “For The World” Champion of ALL-TIME, “The Learning Tree.” He gets on the ring and starts, “Hey guys! Hi!” He says HOOK did the ultimate no-no and stole his finish. “That doesn’t work for me, brother.” He calls Taz a mark and says if anyone knows about gimmick infringement, it’s him.

Jericho says he’s here for color-commentary, but he doesn’t want to be around Taz while doing it because he doesn’t trust him. He tells Taz, per The Young Bucks, that he is relieved of his announcing duties for the rest of the evening, and must leave the Wintrust Arena immediately. He has paperwork with him, which Taz demands to see as he stands up. Security comes over and makes him leave. Jericho says in cheerful fashion, “Thanks guys! Bye Taz!”

Samoa Joe, Katsuyori Shibata & HOOK vs. The Gates Of Agony & Brian Cage

Joe and Liona begin the action. The bell rings and the two lock up. Joe fires off forearms on Liona, but Liona lands a back elbow on him. He fires off right hands on Joe’s midsection, but Joe fires off right hands on Liona. Shibata and Cage tag in, and Shibata fires off forearms on Cage. Shibata cinches in a Figure Four Leg Lock, but Cage quickly makes his way over to the bottom rope to break the hold. HOOK and Kaun tag in, and Kaun lands a jawbreaker on HOOK. He then sends him crashing to the outside.

Back from the break, HOOK and Kaun tag in, and HOOK delivers a suplex to Kaun. Liona lands a strike on HOOK, and Kaun connects with a gutbuster on HOOK. HOOK lands a back elbow on Cage, then follows it up with a Tornado DDT and tags in Joe. Joe delivers a splash to the legal Liona, and Shibata follows it up with a kick. HOOK and Shibata deliver a double suplex, and Joe connects with a running senton. HOOK then locks in Redrum on Kaun as Shibata locks in a Sleeper on Cage and Joe locks in the Coquina Clutch on Liona. Liona taps out.

Winners: Samoa Joe, HOOK and Katsuyori Shibata

After the match, Bryan Keith and Big Bill join Jericho in the ring to beat down Joe, HOOK and Shibata. Keith uses a chair to target Shibata’s arm. Bill takes the chair and cracks it across Joe’s spine, and Jericho slides on a pair of brass knuckles. He hits HOOK with the brass knuckles, and Keith grabs a table from under the ring. Bill and Jericho set it up in the ring, and Bill chokeslams HOOK through the table.

Men’s Owen Hart Foundation Quarterfinal: Jeff Jarrett vs. Wild Card

As we settle back in from the break, we hear the iconic sounds of “My World” and out comes Jeff Jarrett to try and honor the legacy of his late friend and former tag-team partner, Owen Hart. The Owen Hart Foundation Men’s Tournament continues and he settles in the ring looking emotional and all business.

The theme for his opponent hits and it’s a modified, updated version of the theme for “Hangman” Adam Page. Out he comes to a big pop for this tourney tilt. The commentators talk about the past between The Elite and Hangman Page. The bell sounds and we’re officially off-and-running with this one.

The bell rings and the two lock up. Page fires off right hands on Jarrett, but Jarrett lands a right hand on him and connects with a knee. Page runs Jarrett over with a clothesline, then delivers a Fallaway Slam and powerbombs him on the ring apron. He sends his head repeatedly bouncing off the ring steps.

Back from the break, Page bites Jarrett and looks to land Dead Eye to him on the apron. Jarrett escapes and delivers a Russian Leg Sweep to Page. Jarrett fires off right hands on Page and lands a Russian Leg Sweep on Page, then connects with an enzuigiri, but Page hits a Dead Eye on Jarrett. He looks to land the Buckshot Lariat, but Jarrett sees him coming and locks in a Sharpshooter.

Page makes his way over to the bottom rope to escape the hold. He then lands the Buckshot Lariat and a second Dead Eye for the win.

Winner: “Hangman” Adam Page

After the match, Karen Jarrett checks on her husband.

– We then head backstage, where Bryan Keith blindsides HOOK as he’s being checked on by medical officials. Chris Jericho throws a fireball at HOOK, and Big Bill watches on.

– Renee Paquette is backstage with Hangman Page. The Young Bucks come in and hug him. He still doesn’t look happy. They tell him they will continue to scratch his back as long as they scratch theirs as well. They tell him they need a fifth teammate for AEW Blood & Guts.

Hangman snatches Jackson up by the collar and says he’s not a puppet and he doesn’t need anymore of their games. He says he’s in the Owen Hart Cup and he’s going to win the Owen Hart Cup. He storms off.

AEW International Championship
Will Ospreay (C) vs. Daniel Garcia (w/ MJF)

Back inside the arena, MJF’s theme hits and it is announced by Excalibur on commentary that he will be kicking off AEW Collision this Saturday night.

MJF stops half way down the ramp and waits. His music dies down and the theme for Daniel Garcia hits. Out comes the challenger for our championship main event of the evening. He makes his way to the ring looking determined, as MJF walks behind him to be in his corner, as promised. He soaks up the love from the crowd on the ropes in the ring.

Now the theme for the reigning, defending AEW International Champion hits and out comes Will Ospreay for his scheduled title defense. “The Aerial Assassin” gets a rock star reception from the Chicago crowd, the same way he does everywhere else at this point, and heads to the ring looking all-business as well. The bell sounds and off we go.

Ospreay lands a shoulder tackle on Garcia, but Garcia connects with a kick to Ospreay’s face and follows it up with a variation of a piledriver. Garcia lands a forearm on Ospreay, then delivers a dropkick on him and hits a neckbreaker. He delivers a clothesline in the corner, then lands a thrust kick on his face and delivers a crossbody over the top rope. He stares down MJF as the latter checks on Garcia.

Back from the break, Ospreay lands a couple chops on Garcia. Garcia gets fired up and lands a pair of twisting neckbreakers on Ospreay before spiking him with a DDT and delivering a third twisting neckbreaker. Ospreay fires off kicks on Garcia’s face, then exchanges open palm strikes with Ospreay. Garcia lands a back suplex on Ospreay, but Ospreay responds with a Spanish Fly. Gracia then lands a belly-to-back piledriver on Ospreay.

Garcia lands a boot on the side of Ospreay’s head, but Ospreay lands an enzuigiri and a Styles Clash. Ospreay looks to land the Hidden Blade on Garcia, but Garcia cinches in a submission on Ospreay. Ospreay escapes and looks to land the Os-Cutter, but Garcia sees him coming and delivers a piledriver. He goes for a pin, but Ospreay kicks out.

MJF hands Garcia his “Dynamite” Diamond Ring, and Garcia picks it up. Ospreay tries taking advantage and rolls up Ospreay, but Ospreay kicks out. Garcia levels Ospreay with a clothesline and debates using the “Dynamite” Diamond Ring. He opts not to and hands it back to MJF, opening the door for Ospreay to land the Hidden Blade for the win. MJF looks upset at ringside.

Winner and STILL AEW International Champion: Will Ospreay

After the match, we see MJF still looking upset at ringside. Garcia sits in the corner and starts crying. Remember, he promised on his mother’s life that he was winning and leaving tonight with the AEW International Championship. Ospreay heads over to give him words of encouragement as he cries. MJF is shown standing in the background watching this from the apron.

After Ospreay leaves and heads to the back, MJF comes over and tells him that loss is his fault, not Garcia’s. He says these people still love you. He leads the fans in cheering for Garcia. In the middle of the ring he stops and turns and low-blows Garcia, who crumbles to the mat as MJF gives a truly evil look out to the crowd.

He slides his Dynamite Diamond Ring on his own finger and stalks Garcia, waiting for him to get up. From behind, he sees Daddy Magic on the apron, so he drills him with the ring. He yells at Garcia to get up and then drills him with it as well. He holds his pinky up with the ring on and looks at the crowd evil. Fans chant his name anyways.

Schiavone tries selling it on commentary. MJF yells at the crowd to shut the hell up. Schiavone says he’ll have a lot of explaining to do when he opens up AEW Collision this coming Saturday. Garcia shown bleeding. MJF sees security coming and knocks them all out before running over and beating the crap out of a bloody Garcia some more.

MJF takes a bloody Garcia up to the ropes and hits a big high spot. Christopher Daniels and a bunch of officials run out. Daniels yells at MJF, who has blood stained all over his white t-shirt from a bloody Garcia. He pushes all the officials out of the way and beats Garcia up some more. Ospreay limps back out and MJF runs off through the crowd. Garcia is taken out on a stretcher as MJF nearly fights with fans for real.

That’s how this week’s show wraps up at 15 minutes past the hour. Thanks for joining us!

–– Here is the lineup for tonight’s show ––

  • Men’s Owen Hart Foundation Semifinal: PAC vs. Bryan Danielson
  • Men’s Owen Hart Foundation Quarterfinal: Jeff Jarrett vs. Wild Card
  • Women’s Owen Hart Foundation Semifinal: Kris Statlander vs. Willow Nightingale
  • AEW International Championship: Will Ospreay (c) vs. Daniel Garcia
  • Britt Baker to speak
  • Mercedes Mone double championship celebration

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