Welcome to Ringside News’ results for AEW Dynamite.

Tonight’s show will feature a major announcement from World Champion, Chris Jericho. It’s unclear what the announcement will be; it could be about his next opponent; it could be about his Rock ‘n’ Wrestling cruise; or it could be about a new brand of bubbly. We’ll know soon enough!

The marquee match announced for tonight is that of Darby Allin Vs. Jon Moxley. Of course, there’s no real story here except that Moxley said nobody in AEW had the balls to face him but Allin accepted the challenge. Regardless this should be a fun, albeit rough, match-up.

The other announced matches tonight are Private Party Vs. Santana & Ortiz, Nick Jackson Vs. Ray Fenix, a 12-man Battle Royal, and Dr. Britt Baker Vs. Hikaru Shida. So it’s a fairly stacked card for tonight’s two hour show, but perhaps AEW feels pressure from NXT’s go-home show for Survivor Series.


That’s the preview for tonight’s episode of Dynamite. Remember to follow along here, on the Ringside News app, or on our Instagram or Twitter. Enjoy the show!

AEW Dynamite

Dynamite opens with the commentators running down tonight’s card. Nick Jackson of The Young Bucks makes his entrance, followed by his opponent.

Ray Fenix Vs. Nick Jackson

The match gets underway and both men look sideways at the crowd to get them into it. Jackson takes a headlock but Fenix shoots him off and they exchange shoulder tackles. Fenix connects with a dropkick, then looks to his a 619 to Nick on the apron but the Buck backflips off to the floor to avoid it. Ray goes out after him and they go reversal-for-reversal until they’re back in the ring and staring at each other.

Fenix chops the chest of Jackson, who fires one right back. Nick gets hit with a handspring diving headbutt, followed by a springboard headbutt and a rope-assisted arm-drag. Nick rolls to the outside and Ray runs but Jackson slides back in and hits an enziguiri. Fenix rolls outside and Nick runs off the ropes and dives to the floor but Ray isn’t there. Fenix then hits a forward roll into a cutter on the floor and both men are down.

Fenix gets Jackson back in the ring and heads up top where he hits a killer senton for a near-fall. Fenix looks for the tight-rope kick but Nick avoids it and gets him in the corner for a few big kicks and a bulldog. Running knee-strike from Nick earns a two-count. Ray and Nick both swing for superkicks at the same time, then both head to the middle rope with springboards but Nick gets the better with a hurricanranan for a near-fall.

More fast-paced reversals and superkick after superkick. Both men exchange shots on their feet before Nick gets put on the apron and Ray hits a hurricanrana to the floor. Back in the ring, Fenix counters Nick with a cutter for a near-fall. Again Nick is on the apron and he drags Fenix out with him, where they trade shots until Nick hits a German suplex.

Nick sends Fenix inside and hits a springboard X-Factor from the apron, then heads right back to the apron and hits a flipping Canadian Destroyer. Nick applies a Sharpshooter but Ray gets to the apron. Fenix connects with a superkick, then hits a springboard sola kick, followed by the Black Fire Driver for the win.

Winner: Ray Fenix

After the match, Fenix and Nick meet in the centre of the ring and the latter looks for a handshake but Ray blows him off and leaves.

Dr. Britt Baker Vs. Hikaru Shida

The match begins with a lengthy feeling-out process of reversals, until Baker tries to apply the Lockjaw but Shida fights her off as we head to a commercial.

*Commercial Break*

We return to find Baker and Shida on the outside, and Hikaru slams her into the ring post. Shida grabs a chair from under the ring but the referee forces her to not use it. So she sets it up on the floor, runs off of it, and delivers a flying knee to Baker.

Back in the ring, Shida goes to the middle rope but Baker pulls her off by the arm and into the ropes. Baker hits a reverse Russian leg sweep to target the arm. Shida looks for a running knee inn the corner but Baker dodges it. Baker hits Shida with a draping DDT for a near-fall. Shida catches Baker with a switch knee and both women go down.

They get to their feet and exchange shots, with Shida hitting a Judo hip toss, followed by a fireman’s carry backbreaker. Running knee striker from Shida and goes for the pin but Baker counters into Lockjaw but she can’t get it all. Baker releases and hits a swinging neckbreaker for a near-fall. Shida pokes Baker in the eye and looks for an inside cradle but Baker kicks out. Falcon arrow from Shida, then she hits another running knee and wins.

Winner: Hikaru Shida

We see a video of a fat guy on a train platform and two people walk past and knock his glasses off. The fat guy gets on the train and examines his glasses, then sees a video on the train inviting him to join The Dark Order, like a cult commercial.

Hangman Page makes his entrance for the Battle Royal.

*Commercial Break*

It’s time for the Dynamite Dozen Battle Royal. The remaining two men in this match will face-off next week for a chance to win a diamond ring.

Dynamite Dozen Battle Royal

Pentagon Jr. is the last man to enter the Battle Royal and Ray Fenix is with him on the apron…but it’s actually Christopher Daniels and he distracts Jr. until Kip Sabian tosses him out!

Billy Gunn is in there and he’s the biggest guy by a mile. Sonny Kiss turns her back to Gunn and twerks and we all know Billy loves him some behind. MJF grabs Sonny and throws her out! All the remaining guys in the match pile-up on Gunn until he shrugs them all off like Big Show. Marko Stunt jumps on Billy’s back but the former DX member whips him over the ropes and out.

Jimmy Havoc then runs riot on everyone in the match with a stapler until referees force him out of the match altogether.

*Commercial Break*

We’re back live and Joey Janela was eliminated during the break by Shawn Spears, who isn’t even in the match. Kip Sabian stomps Billy Gunn in the corner, then chops him but Gunn no-sells it. Gunn takes out everyone with right hands but Orange Cassidy kips-up. Cassidy puts his hands in his pockets and delivers some devastating kicks to Billy but MJF returns and tosses him out.

MJF is mocking the disdain of the fans but backs-up into Billy Gunn. MJF shoves Gunn, who responds with a suck-it and hits a Fameasser before tossing MFJ over but he hangs on. Gunn grabs MJF on the apron but out comes Wardlow to distract Gunn. Hangman Page hits a Buckshot Lariat and tosses Gunn out, much to the dismay of the crowd.

Hangman Page runs riot on the remaining members; Kip Sabian, Chuck Taylor, and Jungle Boy. Sabian puts Taylor on the apron and eliminates him with an enziguiri. Sabian then kisses his girlfriend but Jungle Boy takes the opportunity to hit a hurricanrana and eliminate him. Jungle Boy stands on the apron and stares at Page, seemingly the last two and therefore the winners, but MJF pulls out Boy off the apron and he wins with Page.

Winners: ‘Hangman’ Adam Page & MJF

After the screwy finish, Hangman is held back by referees but Wardlow stands in front of MJF anyway. Next week, Page will face MJF for the diamond ring. Up next though, Le Champion, Chris Jericho has a major announcement.

AEW Le Champion, Chris Jericho, makes his way to the ring flanked by Jake Hager.

Jericho says he has a huge announcement but he wants to address something first. Last week he threw a little tantrum last week but it wasn’t behaviour befitting of Le Champion. Because of that, he’s out here to apologise. He tries to say he is sincerely sorry but he can’t say the last word, so he gets Jake Hager to do it. Which leads him to his announcement; next week in Chicago he will finally get the thank you he deserves from AEW’s executives and fans alike. And he’s glad that will take place in Chicago and not Indianapolis. He tells them all to tune-in to Jericho’s big thank you celebration because there will be fun, games, an aquarium, and maybe even some clowns.

SCU come out before Jericho can leave however. The fans cheer for SCU and Scorpio says what Jericho did was very admirable because it takes a real man to come out and apologise. However, Jericho forgot to mention why he threw the tantrum; he was pinned by Scorpio Sky himself. Sky says his life has changed since, with his high-school crush Melody even asking him out and he accepted. The fans chant “Melody”. Scorpio says he’s a huge Chris Jericho fan and he didn’t mean to embarrass him.

Jericho says he wasn’t embarrassed, and also he’s seen Melody lately and she’s gained a lot of weight. Sky says he’s likes big butts and he can’t lie. Jericho says he thinks it’s cuter than baby Yoda that Sky thinks he’s on his level. Jericho says he will be having a one-on-one match with Scorpio Sky and he will wipe him the floor with him. Daniels steps-in and says they can’t do this next week because they need a full month to prepare. Jericho says well that’s too bad because he’s only got a week. Daniels and Kazarian then say that match had better not be for the AEW World Title. Kazarian says Jericho gets crazy about that title, and Sky says he agrees, he doesn’t deserve a shot anyway. Jericho falls for it and says in that case the match will be for the title!

Jericho grabs Scorpio’s hand and shakes it, saying it’s official. He tries to turn but Scorpio pulls him in close and says Jericho may not think he has what it takes, but he’s waited fifteen years for a chance like this. And next week he will win that match and turn Le Champion into Le Bitch. Jericho decks Scorpio, then The Inner Circle all appear and beat the hell out of SCU. Brandon Cutler runs down to help out but don’t even make it to the ring. Jericho clocks Scorpio with the Judas Effect.

Marko Stunt runs down and gets dropped with a lariat from Jericho. Jungle Boy comes next and he ducks Jericho, kicks him, but then gets dropped as well. Finally, Luchasauras comes out and all of The Inner Circle leave the ring except for Hgger. Jake and dino come face-to-snout and it’s Hager who blinks first. The Inner Circle retreat up the ramp.

*Commercial Break*

Luchasauras W/Jungle Boy & Marko Stunt Vs. Peter Avalon W/Leva Bates

The bell rings and Luchasauras drops Avalon with a question mark kick. Luchasauras hits a modified Tombstone Piledriver for the win.

Winner: Luchasauras

Santana & Ortiz make their entrance for some tag team action. They are currently the number two ranked team in AEW.

Proud & Powerful Vs. Private Party

The match begins with both teams paying tribute to Matt Travis, an indie wrestler who was tragically killed in New York City earlier this week. The match itself begins with Ortiz taking control of Mark Quen and bossing him around.

*Commercial Break*

Back from the break and Ortiz tags Santana before whipping Quen into the corner but Mark leaps to the top rope. Ortiz meets Quen on the top and hits a super Russian leg sweep, followed by a deadlift German suplex from Santana for a near-fall, with Kassidy breaking it up with a Ghetto Stomp.

Santana hits a backbreaker on Quen, then applies a modified bow-and-arrow submission. Santana hits a rolling suplex, then another, before literally giving Quen to Ortiz for a delayed suplex. Santana tags back in and Ortiz hands Quen over to him as well and they do the hand off yet a third time before Ortiz drops Quen with a falcon arrow for a near-fall. The crowd loved that spot.

Ortiz rakes the back of Mark and then locks him in a Boston crab. Santana tags himself in and kicks Quen in the head before applying a Camel clutch while Ortiz holds onto the Boston crab at the same time! Santana transitions into a roll-up for a near-fall before we go to another commercial break.

*Commercial Break*

Ortiz is in control of Quen as we come back from the break. Ortiz locks Quen in a bear hug but he manages to dive to tag in Kassidy! Kassidy hits a hurricanrana on Ortiz and dropkicks Santana off the apron. Kassidy connects with an enziguri on Ortiz and then a asai moonsault onto Santana on the floor!

Kassidy hits a slingshot code red for a near-fall but Ortiz wasn’t legal. Quen hits a dive onto Santana on the floor. Private Party goes for the Silly Sling but Quen’s back is injured and he can’t stay upright. Ortiz takes advantage and hits a powerbomb on Kassidy followed by a roundhouse kick from Santana for a near-fall. There was a real weird spot where they tried pinning Quen but Ortiz wasn’t legal and the referee stopped it.

Santana tags in and kills Kassidy with a Pump Kick followed by a Hanging Cutter from Ortiz for another near-fall. Santana grabs a sock with baseballs from under the ring as Ortiz distracts the referee but Nick Jackson runs out and takes it away. Kassidy Superkicks Ortiz and then one for Santana. Gin & Juice to Santana for the pin!

Winners: Private party

After the match, Proud and Powerful starting beating on Private Party but Dustin Rhodes comes out to make the save! He hits Ortiz with a right hand, then Sammy Guevara comes out and gets hit with an atomic drop. Rhodes poses with Private Party.

Next week on AEW Dynamite, Chris Jericho faces Scorpio Sky for the AEW Championship, while Adam Pages faces MJF for the diamond ring.

We see Kenny Omega in a training room doing some light bench-pressing as physiotherapy. He sits up and says he doesn’t often get to talk, he’s never been known as a promo guy. Nor has he been known as a hardcore guy but look at him now. Kenny says he’s done a lot of unusual stuff since joining AEW and it can all be traced back to his loss to PAC. For whatever reason though, the powers-at-be have given him a chance at redemption. Next week he pushes the reset button and it comes at the expense of PAC.

*Commercial Break*

Darby Allin gets a video package of him being put in a body bag and crowd-surfing. Allin is then brought out in the bag and laid on the ramp. The bag says Mox on it. He gets out of the bag and skateboards down the ramp. Jon Moxley comes out next, through the crowd, and before he can get in the ring Darby hits him with a suicide dive! Allin fights Moxley into the crowd and dives over onto him. Moxley hits ALlin with a slam at ringside to take him out. Moxley puts Allin in the ring to start the match.

Jon Moxley Vs. Darby Allin

The bell rings and Moxley waits for Allin to get to his feet. Allin punches Moxley back and looks for a crossbody from the top but Jon doesn’t budge and Allin hits the mat. Moxley hits a front dropkick that knocks Allin into the turnbuckles. Moxley then hits Allin with a big biel across the ring as we head to the final break of the evening.

*Commercial Break*

We’re back live and Moxley has Allin in a tight STF. Darby crawls to the bottom rope and Moxley let’s go. Darby ducks a clothesline and hits a fast running crossbody to knock Darby over the ropes to the floor. On the outside, Allin dives on Moxley’s back and tries to choke him, causing Jon to drop to a knee. Darby pounds the back of Moxley and gets back in the ring. Moxley prevents a suicide dive.

Both men wind-up on the top rope and Darby falls hard to the mat accidentally. Moxley somehow has a dislocated finger and the referee pulls it back in. Moxley hits a release suplex before tossing Darby to the floor. Moxley punches Darby on the outside, then throws him back in. Moxley lifts the bodybag but Allin comes flying with a flip through the ropes.

Allin sends Moxley back into the ring but gets immediately turned inside out with a lariat. Moxley gets the bodybag and places Allin inside it and zips it up – just like Cody did some time ago. Moxley stomps on Allin repeatedly and the referee pushes him backm telling him he has to stop. The referee helps him out of the bag and Darby bites the hand of Moxley. Allin hits a float-over stunner but then gets caught with a spinning sidewalk slam.

Moxley looks for the Paradigm Shift but Allin escapes and sends him into the ring post. Allin hits a Canadian Destroyer for a near-fall. Darby heads to the top rope and looks for the Coffin Drop but Moxley catches him on the mat with a sleeper! Allin flips backwards for a pin attempt but Moxley kicks out. They end-up on the top rope and Moxley bites the forehead of Darby before hitting an avalanche Paradigm Shift!

Winner: Jon Moxley

After the match Moxley holds his hand and says into the camera that he broke it. He poses on the top rope and punches his chest as the show ends.

That’s it for this week’s Dynamite. Let us know what you thought and be sure to come back tomorrow for more news and results. Until then, safe travels!

Curtis Dillion

Curtis does our weekly live match-by-match coverage of WWE RAW and SmackDown for Ringside News. In addition to SmackDown, Curtis also does WWE & NXT special event coverage as well. He has been helping out at for Ringside News for many years.

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