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AEW Dynamite 05 22 2024 & AEW Rampage 05 24 2024

AEW Dynamite Results
May 22, 2024
Bakersfield, California (Mechanics Bank Arena)
Results by: Mike Tedesco of Wrestleview.com

It’s Wednesday. You know what that means.

Tag Team Grudge Match
Orange Cassidy (12-1) and Will Ospreay (13-0) vs. Trent Beretta (9-6) and AEW International Champion Roderick Strong (8-0) w/ Undisputed Kingdom (Matt Taven and Mike Bennett)

Will Ospreay will start the match against Roderick Strong. The bell rings, and Orange Cassidy gets off the apron and goes after Trent Berretta. In the ring, Strong takes it to Ospreay, but Ospreay takes him down and hits Beretta with a planca. Cassidy goes to the top rope and hits Strong with a cross-body block. Cassidy hits a suicide dive on Beretta. Ospreay then comes off the top rope with a diving clothesline on Strong for a two-count. Ospreay goes for a move, but Matt Taven slides the AEW International Championship in the ring. Ospreay kicks it away, and Strong takes him down. Beretta tags in and is not happy with Ospreay. Beretta punches at Ospreay, but Ospreay punches back. Beretta quickly hits a back elbow and tags Strong in. Strong punches and stomps Ospreay. Strong punches Ospreay in the corner and chops him. The crowd is willing Ospreay on. Ospreay punches back, but Strong hits a dropkick for a one-count. Strong quickly hooks a rear chin lock. Ospreay fights up, but Strong cuts him off with a knee to the midsection. Strong lifts him, but Ospreay slides off and sends him into the ropes for a back body drop.

Cassidy tags in and jumps over Strong before punching Beretta. Cassidy goes for a satellite DDT, but Strong gets out. Strong sends him to the corner, but Cassidy goes to the apron. Cassidy bounces him off both turnbuckles before going to the top rope. Beretta sweeps Cassidy’s legs. Strong hits a gutbuster on the turnbuckles. Beretta grabs Cassidy and goes for a piledriver on the steel steps, but Ospreay puts a stop to it. Strong takes Ospreay down and hits Cassidy with a back suplex on the apron. Beretta then takes Cassidy out with a spear.

-Commercial Break-

Back from the break, Cassidy is getting fired up. Cassidy, with his hands in his pockets, hits Strong with a dropkick. Cassidy scoots over to his corner and tags Ospreay in. Beretta is also tagged in. Ospreay hits some punches. Beretta reverses a whip, but Ospreay hits a running forearm. Strong comes in, but Ospreay takes him and Beretta down with a backflip kick for a two-count on Beretta. Ospreay charges him in the corner, but Beretta sidesteps him. Beretta goes for a tornado DDT, but Ospreay puts the brakes on. Beretta quickly comes back with a half nelson suplex.

Strong tags in, but Ospreay catches him with a pin attempt. Strong goes back and forth with strikes before hitting a modified flapjack for a two-count. Ospreay gets out of a suplex and tucks his head in the corner for a superkick. Cassidy tags in. Ospreay hits an electric chair into a powerbomb, followed by a twister off the second rope. Cassidy hits a top rope elbow drop for a two-count. Cassidy gets the crowd going, but Beretta grabs the ankle. Cassidy knocks him back, but Strong cuts him off. Strong has him on the top rope and sets up for a superplex. Ospreay runs over and knocks Strong off the middle rope. Beretta goes for a German Suplex off the second rope, but Ospreay backflips through. Cassidy hits Beretta with a diving tornado DDT. Strong attacks Ospreay and hits the ropes, but Ospreay hits a backflip dropkick and a step-up enzuigiri. Cassidy hits Strong with a tornado DDT and covers, but Beretta knocks Ospreay onto him to break up the pin.

The crowd chants, “This is awesome!” Beretta tries to remove the top turnbuckle pad, but the referee stops him. Strong grabs Cassidy, but Don Callis gets off commentary and pulls Cassidy away. Cassidy hits Stundog Millionaire on Strong. Ospreay follows up with an Oscutter. Bennett and Taven get in the ring and charge, but Ospreay pulls the top rope down to get them out of the ring. Ospreay takes them out with a somersault senton. Wardlow then runs down and clotheslines Ospreay in the back of the head. The referee apparently didn’t see it. Cassidy goes for an Orange Punch on Strong, but Strong ducks. Beretta hits a running knee strike. Strong follows up with End of Heartache for the win.

Winners by Pinfall: Trent Beretta and AEW International Champion Roderick Strong

Ospreay is put in the ring, and the Undisputed Kingdom is beating both him and Cassidy. Wardlow gets in the ring. Strong hits Ospreay in the head with the AEW International Championship. Beretta is choking Cassidy out on the ramp. Ospreay is busted wide open. Strong is talking trash to him. Strong hooks Ospreay’s head and hits End of Heartache. Strong celebrates with the Undisputed Kingdom.

Backstage Segment

Matthew and Nicholas Jackson are standing backstage with security. They are barring Darby Allin from the building. They want to have the safest locker room in the business. Sonjay Dutt comes up to them and commends them for taking care of problems. They took care of 2/3rds of their problem with Lance Archer. His Indian Giant will destroy the American Dragon. Dutt tells them to make sure the money is in the envelope.

The Bang Bang Gang addresses Pac

Unified World Trios Champions the Bang Bang Gang head to the ring. Jay White says the crowd is lucky to see the greatest three-man team in the business. White knows what they want, and the Bang Bang Gang poses for the crowd. White is confused about how to say Pac’s name. White says Pac has made three big mistakes. When the Bang Bang Gang is strolling down the corridors, he should go the other way. Instead, he looked at them with that face. Mistake number two was when they were handling business in the ring a few weeks ago, an ugly bastard stuck his ugly face where it didn’t belong. His biggest mistake of all was begging them to make him care. They gave him what he asked for.

Pac appears on the screen. Pac says they warmed him up a little bit. He’s not even mad. He did provoke them. Three-on-one isn’t fair, though. Pac introduces his amigos…

The lights go out in the arena. Rey Fenix and Penta El Zero M join Pac. Death Triangle is back! They charge the ring and take it to the Bang Bang Gang. They stomp away at them in the corner and clear the ring. Death Triangle stands tall in the ring. Pac grabs a microphone. At Double or Nothing, they want the Unified World Trios Championship.

-Commercial Break-

FTW Champion “The Learning Tree” Chris Jericho heads to the commentary table with Big Bill. Jericho and Taz disagree about whether FTW stands for “For the World” or something else.

#1 Contender’s Triple Threat Match
Hook (35-4) vs. “The Bounty Hunter” Bryan Keith vs. “The Wrestler” Katsuyori Shibata (6-4)

The bell rings, and Keith takes it right to Hook with a boot. Shibata chops away at Keith in the corner, but Hook pulls him away and punches away at Keith. Hook and Shibata go face-to-face before Keith takes them down. Keith punches Hook back, but Hook hits a takedown. Hook goes for a submission, as does Shibata, but Keith escapes with a double jawbreaker. Shibata attacks Hook before Keith hits a suplex on him. Hook suplexes Keith, and Shibata takes Hook down.

-Commercial Break-

Back from the break, Keith hits Hook with a double underhook powerbomb. 1… 2… Shibata breaks it up. Shibata hits Hook with a running boot in the corner. Shibata then hits Keith with a running boot. Shibata punches away at Keith before hitting Hook and Keith with running basement dropkicks. Shibata hits a snap suplex on Keith and covers, but Hook breaks it up. Hook connects with a t-bone suplex on Shibata. Hook grabs Keith and applies a Tazmission, but Keith backs him into the corner. Hook grabs him, but Keith head-butts him down. Keith hits Diamond Dust on Hook, and Shibata stuns Keith with a penalty kick. Shibata hits a backbreaker on Keith and applies a heel hook. Hook runs in and applies a Tazmission. Keith taps out to both men. The referee calls the match for both men.

Winners by Submission: Hook and Katsuyori Shibata

The crowd chants, “Let them fight.” Jericho gets on the microphone and acts goofy. Jericho says he wanted to get a little camera time. Jericho says two winners on a double submission makes his job a little harder, but such is life. Jericho says he’s proud of them both for picking up so much from the Learning Tree and being part of the Jericho Vortex. Jericho says he’s just getting started. He’ll leave Las Vegas as the champion. He’s not losing to anyone ever. Jericho cornily says, “Thanks, guys!”

Video: TBS Champion Willow Nightingale vs. Mercedes Moné at AEW Double or Nothing.

-Commercial Break-

Video: IWGP Champion Jon Moxley vs. Konosuke Takeshita in an Eliminator Match at AEW Double or Nothing.

Konosuke Takeshita (30-12) w/ Don Callis vs. Matt Sydal

The bell rings, and Takeshita knees and clubs Sydal down. Takeshita grabs the head and squeezes a bit. Takeshita hits a neck snapper before connecting with a brainbuster. Takeshita goes for a back suplex, but Sydal counters into a hurricanrana. Sydal hits a low dropkick and a DDT. Sydal goes to the top rope, but he jumps over Takeshita. Takeshita connects with a Blue Thunder Bomb. Takeshita crushes him with a forearm for the win.

Winner by Pinfall: Konosuke Takeshita

After the match, Takeshita helps Sydal up only to take him down with a release German Suplex. Don Callis likes what he is seeing. Takeshita stomps away at Sydal. IWGP World Heavyweight Champion Jon Moxley’s music hits, and he comes into the ring through the crowd. Moxley has a microphone and stands up to Takeshita. Moxley goes to speak, but he instead smashes him with the microphone. Moxley kneels over him and says, “I’ll see you at Double or Nothing.” Moxley celebrates in the ring.

Backstage Segment

Matthew and Nicholas Jackson continue to hand out fliers with Darby Allin’s image. They tell everyone they’re banning him from the building. AEW World Champion Swerve Strickland casually comes up to them, wrinkles one of the fliers, and says his match is next.

Non-Title Match
AEW World Champion Swerve Strickland (12-1-1) vs. Nick Wayne (2-1)

Replays are shown of the brutal attack on Swerve Strickland last week. He was hit with a portrait of his family, and Christian Cage rubbed the photo in his blood.

The bell rings, and Nick Wayne talks trash before bailing out of the ring. Strickland follows him out, but Wayne gets in the ring. They do this a few times before Strickland tricks him. Strickland sends him into the LED barricade and takes his belt off before whipping away at Wayne’s rear end and back. The crowd chants, “One more time,” so Strickland obliges them. Strickland pulls him onto the apron and tries to bang him on the turnbuckle connector, but Wayne blocks it. Strickland sends him into the ring and hits a snap dropkick. Wayne soon puts him on the apron and bounces him off the turnbuckle connector. Wayne kicks him in the chest from the apron and goes for a moonsault off the second rope, but Strickland catches him! Wayne then counters into a tornado DDT on the floor!

-Commercial Break-

We come back from the break to see Strickland chop Wayne to the corner. Strickland takes him down and goes for a suplex, but Wayne knees him in the head. Wayne sends the AEW World Champion out of the ring and goes to the second rope. Strickland cuts him off and hits a back suplex off the second rope and onto the apron! Strickland gets on the apron and looks down at Wayne, who is writhing in pain on the floor. Strickland then crushes him with a double stomp. Strickland gets Wayne in the ring and slowly heads to the top rope. Strickland goes for another double kick, but Wayne counters with an up-kick. Wayne rolls him up and puts his feet on the ropes for a two-count. Wayne connects with a rolling thunder code red for a near fall.

Wayne talks a little trash and charges, but Strickland blocks a kick. Strickland hits a backbreaker, followed by a beautiful powerslam. Strickland says he’s sorry and hits a House Call for the win.

Winner by Pinfall: AEW World Champion Swerve Strickland

KillSwitch attacks Strickland from behind. Christian Cage makes his way down to the ring with Shayna Wayne. Strickland gets the better of KillSwitch and chases Cage to the back. Cage gets in an SUV and tries to drive off, but a black SUV stops him. It’s driven by Prince Nana! Strickland pulls Cage out of the car and attacks him. Cage pulls Strickland into a car and climbs to the roof of his car. Cage and Strickland fight on the roof of the car before Strickland hits a DDT. Nana hands Strickland a steel chair. Strickland goes for a con-chair-to on the hood of the car, but Cage escapes.

-Commercial Break-

Malakai Black (11-2) vs. Kyle O’Reilly (14-7)

The bell rings, and they stand across the ring from one another for a few moments, sizing each other up. They circle the ring and feign jabs and kicks. Black grabs O’Reilly and presses him into the ropes before giving a clean break. They cautiously approach one another again, and O’Reilly grabs the wrist. Black gets out, and they trade some kicks before taking each other down with stereo knees to the gut. They get to their feet, and Black hooks a side headlock. O’Reilly whips him off, but Black shoulder tackles him. Black takes him down with a pair of knees and heads to the ropes for a springboard, but O’Reilly kicks the legs out. O’Reilly takes it to Black before Black sweeps the legs. Black kicks O’Reilly in the legs a few times before kneeing him in the face. O’Reilly falls out of the ring.

-Commercial Break-

We come back from the break to see O’Reilly applying a cross arm breaker, but Black gets out. Black grabs a waistlock, but O’Reilly fights out with a wristlock. Black kicks O’Reilly back, but O’Reilly tries to fight back with a rebound clothesline. Black blocks it and goes for a suplex, but O’Reilly knees him in the head. O’Reilly kicks him a few times before hitting an arm-wrench slam. O’Reilly avalanches him in the corner, but Black fights back. O’Reilly comes back with a snap German Suplex. O’Reilly hits a rolling elbow for a two-count.

The crowd appreciates what they’re seeing. O’Reilly kicks away at Black, who is still on the mat. Black gets to his feet, and O’Reilly catches him with a kick in the ribs. Black starts to strike back, and they get into a beautiful strike exchange. O’Reilly takes him down and goes for a cross arm breaker. Black fights it, so O’Reilly applies an ankle lock. Black is in a lot of pain, but he pulls himself up in a last-ditch effort and knees him in the face. Black hits a brainbuster for a near fall. Black shakes his head in frustration. Black grabs O’Reilly, but O’Reilly knees him and stomps the head. O’Reilly strikes away at him before Black fakes a kick and surprises him with The End for the win!

Winner by Pinfall: Malakai Black

The lights in the arena start flashing red before stopping. Black then gets drenched with a Bloodbath! TNT Champion Adam Copeland appears on the screen and laughs as he tells Black to be careful what he wishes for. A discombobulated Black gets out of the ring.

-Commercial Break-

Video: The Elite vs. FTR, Darby Allin, and “The American Dragon” Bryan Danielson in Anarchy in the Arena at AEW Double or Nothing.

The commentators run down the rest of the AEW Double or Nothing card.

Tag Team Match
AEW Women’s World Champion “Timeless” Toni Storm and Mariah May vs. The Outcasts (Saraya and Harley Cameron)

Toni Storm wore the Deeb’s Dojo flag out to the ring.

It’ll be Mariah May starting against Harley Cameron to start the match. May grabs a waistlock, but Cameron reverses it. May takes her down and forearms her. Cameron goes to the apron and shoulders her back. Cameron hits the ropes, but May follows her in and hits a sweep, followed by a basement dropkick. May hits a spinning sidewalk slam before lifting her. Cameron slides off and retreats to her corner.

Saraya tags in. She points at the AEW Women’s World Champion Toni Storm. Storm tags in. Saraya and Storm exchange forearms before Storm sends her into the ropes for a Lou Thesz Press. Storm punches away at her and tags May in. Storm scoop slams May onto Saraya for a two-count. Storm tags back in. May tries to slam Storm, but she can’t lift her. Storm slams May onto Saraya and drops an elbow for a two-count. May tags back in and hits a snapmare, followed by a knee to the face. Cameron runs in and wildly attacks May. Saraya stomps May and does some jumping jacks.

-Commercial Break-

Back from the break, Storm runs wild on Saraya and Cameron. Storm sends Cameron and Saraya into each other in the corner. Storm hits Cameron with a Sky High, but Saraya breaks up the pin. Storm puts Cameron on the top rope. On the opposite corner, May puts Cameron on the top rope. Saraya and Cameron attempt stereo sunset flip powerbombs, but they mistime it. Storm and May each kiss Saraya and Cameron on the lips. Storm hits Saraya with Storm Zero, while May hits Cameron with a May Day. Storm hits Cameron with Strom Zero for the win.

Winners by Pinfall: AEW Women’s World Champion “Timeless” Toni Storm and Mariah May

Serena Deeb runs in and hits Luther with a chair to the spine. Deeb takes out May and hits Storm with a high-heeled shoe to the head. Deeb puts the chair on Storm and applies a single-leg crab over the chair. Storm screams in pain and taps out. AEW referees run down and get Deeb off Storm.

Backstage Segment

The Bang Bang Gang is backstage. They’re not sweating Death Triangle. They agree to a non-title match at AEW Double or Nothing.

“The American Dragon” Bryan Danielson (15-2) vs. Satnam Singh (1-0) w/ Sonjay Dutt, Jeff Jarrett, and Jay Lethal

The visual of the size differential is amazing. Singh shoves Danielson back. A “YES” chant picks up. Singh grabs Danielson and throws him to the corner. Danielson kicks away at Singh and climbs the ropes, but Singh shoves him back and hits a big boot. Singh bounces Danielson off the top turnbuckle. Singh chops the chest, and Danielson collapses in pain. Singh hits a delayed vertical suplex. Danielson rolls out of the ring to recover. Singh follows him out and sends him into the steps. Sonjay Dutt clears the commentary table, and it collapses like paper. Danielson quickly takes control, as it’s clear from Singh’s face he’s panicking over this big spot being ruined. Danielson kicks him from the apron and charges. Singh soon chokeslams him on the apron. Singh gets in the ring and puts a foot on Danielson’s chest to pin him for a one-count.

Sonjay Dutt tries to take the turnbuckle pad off, so Singh walks over and rips it off. The referee stops Singh from bouncing Danielson on the exposed turnbuckle. The referee yells at Dutt, and Danielson low blows Singh! Danielson hits a Busaiku Knee into the exposed turnbuckle. Danielson backs up and charges, but Singh grabs him by the throat. Danielson kicks him in the knees and kicks away at the chest. Danielson hits a kick to the head, but Singh doesn’t feel it. Singh chops the chest and goes for a suplex, but Danielson elbows away at the head. Danielson gets him on the mat and struggles to apply the LeBell Lock on the big man, but he is ultimately successful. Jeff Jarrett and Jay Lethal run in and attack Danielson.

Winner by Disqualification: “The American Dragon” Bryan Danielson

Jarrett goes to hit Danielson with the guitar, but he stops when Danielson moves. Danielson hits Lethal with a Busaiku Knee and takes Jarrett down. Danielson grabs the guitar and threatens to hit Dutt, but Singh obliterates the guitar with a right hand. They take it to Danielson.

AEW World Tag Team Champions Matthew and Nicholas Jackson come to the ring and hand over the envelope full of cash. Singh, Dutt, Jarrett, and Lethal leave the ring. Matthew and Nicholas stomps Danielson in the corner before pulling him to the center of the ring. “CM Punk” chants pick up. Danielson avoids an EVP Trigger and kicks away at the Jacksons. Danielson punches away at Matthew. AEW Continental Champion Kazuchika Okada comes out, and Jack Perry attacks Danielson from behind. Okada hits Danielson with a Rainmaker.

The Jacksons pull Danielson out of the ring and drag him up the ramp. Okada reveals a table set up on the floor. They set up for a powerbomb off the stage, but Darby Allin is shown arriving at the arena on the screen. Tony Khan is driving the vehicle. They could have powerbombed Danielson off the ramp a few times at this point. Darby Allin walks out with a flamethrower. Danielson then flips Nicholas off the ramp and through the table. Allin and Danielson stand tall on the ramp with the flamethrower going off. Matthew’s side was busted open from going through the table.

Below are quick results and some highlights from the 5/24/24 edition of AEW Rampage, two days before the Double Or Nothing pay-per-view from MGM Grand Garden Arena near Las Vegas, Nevada.

  • PAC def. Rocky Romero.
  • Samoa Joe def. Dom Kubrick.
  • Rush def. Isaiah Kassidy.
  • Willow Nightingale and Kris Statlander def. Alex Windsor and Anna Jay.