AEW Dynamite brought their Homecoming edition of the show at Daily’s Place this week. They had a lot in store for fans, including a big surprise at the end that alluded to Sting’s retirement match. After the show, they also taped Rampage, and we have those spoilers for you.
AEW Rampage airs every Friday at 10:00 PM EST on TNT. The show is typically not a huge ratings draw, but Tony Khan’s company still brings the action for fans every week.
Although AEW did announce some matches for Rampage during Dynamite this week, we can only imagine that they will have a lot of action for fans. That being said, you never know what Tony Khan will book, especially in Daly’s Place.
Eddie Kingston successfully defended his AEW Continental Crown Championship, defeating Wheeler Yuta in approximately eighteen minutes with a Northern Lights Bomb. It’s worth noting that the ROH Pure title was not up for grabs in this bout.
Swerve Strickland, accompanied by Prince Nana, secured a victory over Matt Sydal in a relatively quick four to five-minute match, sealing the win with a Storm Cradle Driver.
Hikaru Shida emerged victorious against Queen Aminata in a contest lasting about 7 to 8 minutes.
The Dark Order, consisting of Evil Uno, John Silver, and Alex Reynolds, with Negative One at their side, triumphed over 2.0’s Matt Menard and Angelo Parker, as well as Jake Hagar. Towards the climax of the match, Negative One playfully snatched Jake’s hat before Silver and Reynolds executed their tag team combination finisher.
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