The Elite and The Blackpool Combat Club have been engaged in a longstanding war with each other for the past few weeks now. This week’s episode of AEW Dynamite further progressed their feud in a big way, especially after the show went off the air.

This week’s episode of AEW Dynamite featured several memorable moments from the very start of the show. It also featured matches such as Exodus Prime vs. Sammy Guevara and Jungle Boy vs. Rush.

The main event of this week’s show saw Jay White squaring off against Ricky Starks. White won via disqualification and then Don Callis made his way to the ring to talk about his betrayal of Kenny Omega.

When Omega came out to attack Callis, The Blackpool Combat Club appeared and stopped him. The Young Bucks tried to even the odds but to no avail. Finally, Adam Page came out and helped The Elite clear out the Blackpool Combat Club from the ring.


Adam Page cut a promo and announced that The Elite will take on The Blackpool Combat Club at AEW Double or Nothing in an Anarchy In The Arena match. After the show went off the air, Kenny Omega cut a passionate promo about how he did not think he and Adam Page would be on the same side again.

“I saw a sign out there in the crowd. ‘Where’s Hangman?’ I saw another sign in the crowd. ‘Who can you trust, Kenny?’ I think we found Hangman, and I also think I found who I can trust. There’s a lot to celebrate today. You brought up a new show coming, AEW Collision. That’s exciting news. That all pales in comparison to something more near and dear to my heart, and that’s catching up with someone that I thought I’d maybe never be able to be in the same room with again. If there’s one thing that this proves, Hangman, it’s that bitter enemies, bitter rivals, men that once hated one another, can sit in a room, can sit in a ring, and hash it out for the greater good. So call me old-fashioned, if you will, but to me, that sounds like a cause for a celebration.

Now hold the phone there, senior Page. Hold the tele-phone. Now there is a lot of things that I’m willing to try once, twice if I like it. But alcohol, now that might be a bridge too far, my friend. We just got back together, for goodness’ sakes. I’m straight-edge, hello.”

We will have to wait and see how the Anarchy In The Arena match will turn out at AEW Double Or Nothing. If the previous match is anything to go by, it will definitely be a very bloody affair.

What’s your view on The Elite vs The Blackpool Combat Club? Are you looking forward to their match at AEW Double Or Nothing? Let us know in the comments!

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