It’s Wednesday night and you know what that means! The season premiere and post-Revolution episode of AEW Dynamite will go down tonight, and Ringside News has got you covered with live play-by-play results coverage for the March 6, 2024 episode.

AEW Dynamite will start this week at 8:00 PM EST as always, match-by-match highlights and results from the show will take place on this very page. Feel free to leave any reactions in the comment section below. You can check out the lineup below.

AEW Dynamite Lineup (3/6/2024):

  • Kris Statlander vs. Riho
  • Kyle Fletcher vs. Will Ospreay
  • The Young Bucks are set to make a significant announcement
  • A new look and set will be unveiled
  • FTW Championship match: HOOK vs. Brian Cage

AEW Dynamite Results (3/6/2024):

The show opens up with commentary welcoming us to the season premiere of Dynamite following the introduction of a new theme and set. Swerve Strickland and Prince Nana then make their way down to the ring as Tony Schiavone introduces Strickland.

Swerve Strickland starts off by addressing his loss at AEW Revolution. Strickland then looks back on the day he joined AEW, when he vowed to win the world title. Strickland says maybe his lack of a title is karma for the bad things he has done. Strickland also says maybe he is not supposed to be a champion here as maybe he will have to settle for this. Strickland also says it felt like people were truly rooting for him at AEW Revolution. Strickland then makes it clear that nothing has changed as he is coming for Samoa Joe and the world title. Strickland then promises to win the gold.


AEW World Champion Samoa Joe then makes his way down to the ring and says Strickland is making promises he will never keep. Joe also says Swerve’s house exists in his world. Strickland then responds to Joe and challenges the AEW World Champion to a rematch tonight.

Adam Cole and the rest of the Undisputed Kingdom then interrupt. Cole starts off by highlighting the success of the group. Cole says the only reason Joe is the world champion is because they let it happen. Cole then says everyone will forget about Strickland and he will only swerve from the world title as there is no way he would win it, but Wardlow would capture the gold. Strickland then highlights Cole’s past failures and takes a shot at Cole by bringing up Britt Baker. Cole then challenges Strickland and Joe to face Mike Bennett and Matt Taven. Strickland then dares them to face Joe and himself now, but Cole refuses. Tony Schiavone then says that the match is happening.

Tag Match: AEW World Champion Samoa Joe and Swerve Strickland vs. The Undisputed Kingdom (Mike Bennett and Matt Taven)

The match starts off with Samoa Joe controlling the action and overpowering Taven and Bennett. Taven and Bennett then gain the upper hand and maintain the advantage. Joe then regains the momentum and Strickland tags in. Strickland then rallies and clears house with a flurry of offense. Strickland then hits his Swerve Stomp finisher on Bennett and stares down Joe. Strickland then hits Taven with the Big Pressure for the win.

The winner of the Tag Team Match, AEW World Champion Samoa Joe and Swerve Strickland!

After the match, Strickland stares Joe down. Wardlow then makes his way out on the ramp and Joe chokes Strickland out. Joe then stares Wardlow down and commentary announces that they will battle each other in a World Title Match next week.

We then head to the back, where Renee Paquette is interviewing FTW Champion HOOK. Paquette starts off by asking HOOK about his upcoming match with Brian Cage. Chris Jericho immediately interrupts and talks about his first match in ECW against HOOK’s father. Jericho says he always felt like he had a connection with Taz and after HOOK dropped him on his head at Revolution, he felt a connection with HOOK as well. Jericho then says maybe HOOK is the real deal. HOOK then gives Jericho a fist bump and walks off.

A video package highlighting “Hangman” Adam Page’s actions at AEW Revolution then airs, where he attacked a bunch of referees.

The Young Bucks (Matthew Jackson and Nicholas Jackson) are then shown backstage and they say they will make two huge announcements later in the show.

We then get the entrances of the next match, which is the FTW Championship Match.

FTW Championship Match: HOOK (c) vs. Brian Cage

The match starts off with HOOK taking the fight to Cage. Cage then nails HOOK with a kick. HOOK then goes to suplex Cage, but Cage counters. Cage then suplexes HOOK and takes control of the match with another suplex. HOOK then sprays Cage with a fire extinguisher and hits him with a garbage can lid. Cage then sends HOOK into the steel steps. HOOK then dodges Cage, who goes knee-first into the steel steps. Cage then slams HOOK on the steps. HOOK evades Cage again, this time sending him through a barricade. Cage then gains the upper hand and slams HOOK into the barricade. Cage then hits HOOK with a steel chair.

HOOK then counters Cage and hits him with a DDT onto a chair. HOOK then knocks Cage down with a clothesline and suplexes him. HOOK then hits Cage with a garbage can and suplexes him onto a guardrail. Cage then slams HOOK and hits him with the F-10 onto a steel chair. Cage then brings a bag of thumbtacks into the ring and scatters it all over the mat. HOOK then goes for the Redrum, but Cage avoids it by slamming HOOK into a chair. HOOK then hits Cage with a kendo stick and slams him onto the thumbtacks. Cage then tries to escape the Redrum, but HOOK holds on. Cage passes out and the referee calls for the bell.

The winner and still the FTW Champion, HOOK!

After the match, Bishop Kaun and Toa Liona attack HOOK, but “The Ocho” Chris Jericho makes his way down to the ring to make the save.

A video package then airs highlighting the upcoming tournament for the vacant AEW World Tag Team Titles.

We then head to the back, where “Freshly Squeezed” Orange Cassidy is standing by with Chuck Taylor and Trent Beretta. Cassidy says he will do whatever he can to win more gold. Taylor then says he is not cleared, but Beretta and Cassidy should enter the AEW World Tag Team Championship tournament. Taylor then reveals that they will compete on AEW Rampage.

We then get the entrances of the next match, which is a Singles Match.

Singles Match: Killswitch vs. “Daddy Magic” Matt Menard

The match starts off with Matt Menard going after Killswitch and unloading on him. Menard then keeps fighting, but Killswitch overpowers Menard and chokeslams him. Killswitch then knocks Menard down with a lariat and hits Menard with a second lariat for the win.

The winner of the Singles Match, Killswitch!

After the match, Killswitch attacks Matt Menard and Daniel Garcia makes the save. Killswitch and Nick Wayne then gang up on Menard and leave him laying. The Patriarchy then head up the ramp and “The Rated R Superstar” Adam Copeland makes his return and attacks them. Copeland then chases Cage into the crowd and follows him backstage. Cage then runs outside, where he gets into a car and drives away. Copeland then challenges Cage to an “I Quit” Match at Dynamite in Toronto.

We then head to the back, where Renee Paquette is interviewing Kyle O’Reilly. O’Reilly talks about his return at AEW Revolution and says he is grateful that he has received a second chance. O’Reilly also says he has nothing but love for the Undisputed Kingdom, but he has to do his own thing.

A video package then airs highlighting “The Icon” Sting’s retirement match at AEW Revolution.

The Young Bucks (Matthew Jackson and Nicholas Jackson) then make their way down to the ring to make their two huge announcements.

Nicholas starts off by saying “The Icon” Sting and Darby Allin cheated at AEW Revolution. Nicholas also says they ended Sting’s career and they are entering the tag team tournament. Matthew then talks about their two huge announcements and says they have to make the tough decisions and their hands were forced. Matthew then says “Hangman” Adam Page put his hands on officials, so he is suspended indefinitely from The Elite. Matthew then turns his attention to Kenny Omega and says Omega has been fired from The Elite.

Eddie Kingston then makes his way down to the ring and confronts The Young Bucks. Kingston says The Young Bucks might as well fine him now as he has some trash to talk. Nicholas then puts his hands on Kingston and Kingston fights back. The Young Bucks then hit Kingston below the belt and “The Rainmaker” Kazuchika Okada makes his way down to the ring. Okada turns on Kingston and hits him with a Rainmaker. Okada then stands tall with The Young Bucks as they announce he is the newest member of The Elite.

We then get the entrances of the next match, which is a Singles Match.

Singles Match: Kris Statlander vs. Riho

The match starts off with Statlander and Riho feeling each other out. Both women then go back and forth and they are evenly matched. Statlander gains the upper hand in the match and she grounds Riho, but the former AEW Women’s World Champion tries to get back into the match. Statlander then dodges a stomp attempt from Riho and blasts Riho with a lariat. Riho then sends Statlander into the ropes and kicks her. Statlander then rolls through a crossbody, but Riho hits Statlander with a dragon suplex.

Statlander then takes a chain from Stokely Hathaway and tosses it. Statlander then slams Riho, but Riho rolls her up and gets the three count.

The winner of the Singles Match, Riho!

We then head to the back, where Renee Paquette is interviewing AEW Women’s World Champion “Timeless” Toni Storm. Storm tells Paquette that it is award season and on AEW Collision she will be producing her first-ever Toni Award. Storm then hands Mariah May her first-ever AEW merchandise. Storm then lets May know she will get a percentage of all sales.

Renee Paquette then interviews Willow Nightingale and Stokely Hathaway, who says Statlander wanted to do things her way out there tonight, but is still one of the best in AEW and Hathaway’s favorite. Hathaway then says he just wishes she would accept the help from those who love her the most. Paquette then informs them Nightingale will be taking on Riho at Big Business. Nightingale then tells Hathaway they will do things her way and knows she can beat Riho and has her sights set on Julia Hart and the TBS Title. Nightingale then says she just has to get through Riho first.

Darby Allin then makes his way down to the ring to address the AEW fans.

Allin starts off by commenting on Sting’s retirement. Allin then reflects on his journey up to this point and says he wanted Sting to end his career the way he deserved and he thought he did that. Allin then says he will be leaving for Mount Everest on March 27 and there is no guarantee that he will come back alive. Allin then tearfully says that if his last match is next week, he will go out fighting. Allin then says as for the tag team titles, he can’t replace Sting, so he wishes the next champions luck as he puts his title down.

“Switchblade” Jay White and The Gunns then interrupt. White congratulates Allin for his win at AEW Revolution. White says he doesn’t really care and Sting is gone, so Allin is alone. White then wonders what Allin is without Sting and calls him a lost puppy. White then says nobody would think less of Allin if he backed out of the match. White also says Allin could hang with the Bang Bang Scissor Gang and he could be Darby Scissorhands. Allin then gets furious and says he doesn’t believe the hype about White. Allin then tells White to come alone next week. Allin then whispers something to White and puts Sting’s bat into his throat.

We then head to the back, where House of Black’s Julia Hart says it seems like Willow Nightingale has forgotten who she is, so on AEW Rampage she will issue an Open House Rules Match to remind people who she is.

The rest of the House of Black then send a message to Mark Briscoe and threaten to set him ablaze. Brody King says history will repeat itself on AEW Collision. King then asks whether they will need to dig one grave or three.

Mark Briscoe is then shown and he says he fears no man. Briscoe then challenges House of Black to an Atlanta Street Fight on AEW Collision. Jay Lethal then shows up and says he will have Briscoe’s back.

We then get the entrances of the main event, which is a Singles Match.

Singles Match: “The Aerial Assassin” Will Ospreay vs. ROH World TV Champion Kyle Fletcher

The match starts off with Ospreay and Fletcher feeling each other out. They are evenly matched early on and the match is a stalemate. Ospreay then dives onto Fletcher at ringside. Fletcher then counters the Os-cutter and hits Ospreay with a Brainbuster for a two count. Both men then trade chops and Ospreay counters Fletcher and nails him with a DDT. Ospreay then goes for the Hidden Blade, but Fletcher counters and sends Ospreay into the turnbuckles. Ospreay then hits the Os-cutter on Fletcher on the apron. Ospreay then continues to control the match and hits a slam on Fletcher.

Both men then continue battling and Ospreay and Fletcher trade shots and counters. Ospreay then hits Fletcher with a Poison-rana. Ospreay then counters Fletcher off the top rope and lands on his feet. Ospreay then delivers kicks on Fletcher and Fletcher responds with a slam for a two count. Fletcher then hits a powerbomb on Ospreay and gets a two count. Ospreay then hits a modified hurricanrana on Fletcher off the ropes and puts Fletcher down with a back elbow. Fletcher and Ospreay then trade counters until Ospreay hits Fletcher with an Os-cutter for a two count. Ospreay then hits Fletcher with the Hidden Blade and gets the 1-2-3.

The winner of the Singles Match, “The Aerial Assassin” Will Ospreay!

After the match, Ospreay and Callis checks on Fletcher until Bryan Danielson’s music hits and Danielson makes his way down to the ring. Danielson and Ospreay then stares each other down and the show comes to a close.

Sanjay Thakur

Sanjay Thakur has been a dedicated fan of professional wrestling since a very young age, and wrestling has played a significant role in his life since his childhood. His passions revolve around music and professional wrestling, and that is the life he leads.

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