AEW Dynamite Results
September 9, 2020
Jacksonville, Florida (Daily’s Place)
Commentary: Jim Ross, Excalibur, and Tony Schiavone
Results by: Josh Boutwell of Wrestleview.com
Earlier today, a pair of SUVs arrive as Tony Schiavone discusses “All Out.” MJF and Jericho get out of the vehicles and Jericho says that MJF was robbed by Moxley because everyone saw him cheat behind the referee’s back. He guarantees MJF will be the AEW Champion “very soon.” MJF says that coming from Jericho means the world to him and he knows it’s genuine. MJF says that the fact Jericho had to even tough Orange Cassidy – let alone lost to him – is criminal. He promises that Jericho will one day regain the AEW World Title, too. They both call one another “losers” as they walk away, though.
The Lucha Brothers (1-3) w/Eddie Kingston, The Butcher &T he Blade vs. Jurassic Express (7-4) w/Marko Stunt
Fenix and Jungle Boy start things off with some nice counter wrestling. They take turns with Lucha Armdrags and rope walk spots. Fenix decides to just deck Jungle Boy and tag his brother. Fenix hits Jungle Boy with a dropkick followed by the Wheelbarrow Assisted Splash from the brothers. AEW is officially referring to Pentagon as “Penta el Cero M.” AAA owns the Pentagon name, so it seems that partnership may be over.
Luchasaurus and Penta square off and exchange chops and kicks. Pentagon hits a Springboard Flying Cross Body but Lucha is able to tag out. Jungle Boy hits a Flying Rana and Penta tags Fenix. Jungle Boy catches both Penta and Fenix with a Double Headlock Takeover/Headscissors combo sending Fenix to the floor. Jungle Boy hits a Tope Suicida onto Fenix and then sets up for something on Penta but Penta shoves him over the top right into a Superkick in midair.
Penta gets a nearfall on Jungle Boy and then just blatantly chokes him in the ropes. Penta puts Jungle Boy in a submission hold before tagging Fenix back into the ring. Fenix and Penta attempt a Double Suplex but Jungle Boy lands on his feet and rolls under Fenix and then over Penta into a tag to Lucha.
Lucha hits a Pump Kick to Penta and then a Pop-Up Fireman’s Carry Slam on Fenix. Lucha goes for a Powerslam but Penta pulls Fenix off only to eat a knee from Lucha. Fenix goes for a springboard move but Lucha catches him in midair with a Chokeslam followed by a Standing Moonsault for a nearfall. Penta broke up the pin with a boot to the face.
Lucha hits Penta with a Tail Whip and tags Jungle Boy. Fenix catches Lucha with a Springboard Flying Headbutt and then hits a Gory Bomb on Jungle Boy hitting a Leg Drop on Lucha at the same time. Penta tags in and hits a Slingblade on Lucha but misses it on Jungle Boy. Penta still manages to catch Jungle Boy with a Backstabber, though. Penta and Fenix hit the LB Driver on Jungle Boy and then Fenix hits a Somersault Plancha onto Lucha on the floor. 1…2…NO Jungle Boy kicks out!
Penta goes for a Mexican Destroyer off the top but Jungle Boy pulls Fenix into it and then covers him for the pin!
Winners: Jurassic Express via pinfall (Mexican Destroyer from Penta onto Fenix by mistake)
Fenix and Penta argue after the match but Kingston breaks them up and berates them for their arguing. Kingston asks Penta and Fenix where their “little British friend is” and says he is there for them unlike PAC. Kingston asks Blade where his wife is and says he is here and not here. Kingston says they were five strong in the Battle Royal and should have been dominating it but they wanted to fight each other. Kingston says they should be running AEW and demands that Fenix and Penta shake hands.
Penta shoves Fenix and Kingston demands again that he shake his hand. Fenix again offers the hand and Penta accepts it this time. Lucha Brothers hug and Kingston says that he was never actually eliminated from the Battle Royal.
Jake Roberts says that he and Archer aren’t here to play or drive around in fancy cars like Moxley. He says they are here to hurt people. He says that Moxley is going to sweat and piss himself when Archer gets his hands on him. Archer says that Moxley has nothing but despair to look forward to when he gets in the ring with him.
Matt Hardy comes down to the ring fresh off his very controversial injury at “All Out” this past weekend. Hardy thanks the fans that are here for their reaction to him and he says that it is amazing to be an arena with actual fans again. Hardy says he suffered a very scary fall at “All Out” and he understands that it frightened a lot of people. He says the love and support he’s felt from fans has been mind blowing and thanks everyone for that.
He says that he is very happy that after a myriad of tests that he is expected to make a full 100% recovery. Reby Hardy and their child are shown in the crowd as Matt apologizes to her and the fans for putting everyone through. Matt says the Broken Rules Match wasn’t what he intended it to be but maybe that was for the better because someone could have gotten better.
Matt says he is going to get healthy and when he’s healthy he will be back and he wants to chase the AEW Championship. Hardy says his journey is not over and it’s because of the fans.
Angelico (0-1) w/Jack Evans vs. Orange Cassidy (6-4)
This is Angelico’s first match on “Dynamite” since February. Angelico kicks OC from behind as Evans was talking trash to him. Angelico puts OC in a series of wristlocks but OC keeps countering him. Angelico trips OC up but OC nips back up and attempts an Armdrag, but Angelico catches him in the Navarro Dos submission.
OC fights out of the hold but eats a knee from Angelico only for OC to roll back away from a charging Angelico. OC goes for a Satellite DDT but Angelico blocks it and counters into a Navarro Dos Milo but OC gets to the ropes. Angelico charges at OC in the corner but he ducks and Angelico flies over the top to the floor. OC hits an Elbow Suicida and then tosses Angelico back into the ring where he connects with a Flying Cross Body and then a Satellite DDT! OC hits the Orange Punch for the pin.
Winner: OC via pinfall (Orange Punch)
Santana and Ortiz attack OC from behind. Best Friends run out and chase PNP off. Chuck Taylor says this whole thing needs to end and challenges them to a Parking Lot Brawl next week. Trent says that they are coming to hurt PNP next week.
Alex Marvez tries to interview the Young Bucks backstage but gets invited to a Superkick Party instead.
Kip Sabian and Penelope Ford make their way to the ring and Sabian but Sabian kicks Schiavone out of the ring immediately. Sabian says that everyone wants to know who he is best man is going to be for his wedding with Ford. Sabian introduces his best man but a fat guy walks out only for Sabian to ask him what he is doing. The person says that Sabian told him last night he could be the best man but Sabian says he told him he was “the best, man” for signing up to his Twitch. He tells him to go do something he’s good at, like taking up space.
This time Brian Pillman Jr. walks out with his sweet ass mullet, but Sabian asks him what he’s doing. Sabian says he also told him he was “the best, man” because Pillman wouldn’t stop pestering him. He says they aren’t even friends and kicks him out of the ring, too. Finally, “Miro” comes out to be the best man. Miro is none other than the former WWE superstar Rusev.
Miro cuts a promo, not using the exaggerated accent, and talks about being in the “same house” for 10 years with a brass ring hanging above him. He says that you can shove that brass ring up your ass. Miro says he loves Sabian and he picked Miro because he is THE best man. Miro says you will see him devour people in the ring every single night. “My name is Miro and I am All Elite,” Miro says.
Adam Page talks about “All Out” in a sit-down interview with Schiavone. Page says that everyone thought it was inevitable that he and Omega was inevitable, but it didn’t have to happen. Page says that it is his fault that FTR were No. 1 Contenders in the first place and Omega was right. He says the Bucks are the best tag team in the world and it is his fault that he lost two of his best friends and it is his fault that he trusted FTR.
Page says that he feels like he’s full of poison inside himself. Schiavone asks about the look on Omega’s face at the PPV and how it looked like he would attack Page. Page says that he and Omega have had a lot of problems but a lot of victories, too. He said that they were the best tag team in the world and now it’s just about climbing back to the top and getting another shot.
No DQ Match
The Inner Circle (Chris Jericho & Jake Hager) (1-0) vs. Joey Janela & Sonny Kiss (7-5)
Jericho and Hager dominate the early part of the match but Kiss and Janela connect with Double Dropkicks on Hager and Jericho. Janela hits a clothesline on Hager sending him to the floor. Kiss then kicks Hager and Janela hits a Tope Suicida onto Jericho on the floor. Janela whacks Jericho with a chair and then dives off the chair right into a Back Suplex onto the chair from Jericho.
Hager holds Janela by the hair as Jericho hits a knee to the face in the heel corner. Jericho charges at Janela but he moves and shoves Janela’s face into a chair in the corner. Hager and Kiss tag into the match and Kiss hits a Dropkick Salto followed by an Enziguri. Hager goes up top but Hager pulls him off into a split. Kiss ducks a round kick attempt and rolls Hager up for a nearfall. Kiss hits a big Roundhouse Kick for a nearfall.
Jericho hits Kiss with a trashcan but eats a nut shot as he tries to hit him again. Hager hits Kiss from behind and then lays the trashcan on top of Kiss. Hager goes for the Hager Bomb but Kiss throws the trashcan at him. Janela then clotheslines Hager over the top onto the ramp. Janela and Jericho fight on the stage.
Jericho tosses Janela into a lighting rig and then Catapults Janela into the arms of Hager, who then Spinebusts Janela off the ramp through at able! Kiss hits a Double Plancha onto Hager and Jericho on the ramp. Kiss drags Jericho back in the ring and hangs him up in the corner. Kiss then hits a Cartwhele into a Back Kick followed by an Axe Kick to Jericho in the corner. Kiss hits a Roaring Elbow on Hager!
Kiss goes to the top but Jericho sprays a fire extinguisher in his face. Hager hits a Urange Suplex and hangs on to an Arm Triangle to get the pin.
Winners: Inner Circle via pinfall (Urange Suplex)
Jericho complains about All Out but says that is the past and now it is all about the future. Jericho says he and Hager are going to build up their wins in the tag team division so they can get a shot at the tag team titles.
MJF cuts a promo backstage and says he doesn’t blame Moxley for cheating because it is in his nature. MJF says his campaign is truly at blame because it was supposed to make him a champion and they blew it. He fires all of his campaign workers and Nina smiles about that. MJF says he is sick of her disgusting yellow teeth and screams at her to get out.
MJF then says that Wardlow cost him the World Title because he threw the ring to him at All Out about as efficiently as he reads a book. Wardlow gets in MJF’s face but MJF asks if they have a problem and reminds him that he is the one that signs his checks, not Tony Khan. MJF says that he is the only person on the planet that has ever seen his potential and tells him he better get it together or he will put Wardlow and his whole family on the street. Wardlow backs down. MJF says now is not the time for confrontation, it’s time to plan to get back on top.
Jon Moxley says that defending his title isn’t getting any easier but it’s not supposed to be. He says that anything worth having isn’t easy. Moxley says that the only way to be AEW World Champion to crawl through a mile of crap and be ready to climb a mountain on the other side. Moxley says that people might think that Archer is going to tear him apart but he says that he is unstoppable. He says he just sees a man when he sees Archer and there is only one question you should ask, “you really want to bet against me?”
FTR and Tully Blanchard are in the ring with a bunch of tag teams surrounding ringside. Blanchard says that FTR are the best tag team in the world and tells everyone that they will “Fear the Revelation.” Blanchard says it was 103 degrees in the ring this past Saturday and they battled the champs for 30 minutes. He says that Page and Omega fought hard but that 31st minute was owned by FTR as they became the best team in the world.
Cash says that AEW has the deepest and best tag team division in the world and says they have had to fight for every single one of their victories. He says they grew up watching SCU and mockingly asks what it would be like if SCU was still in their prime. Cash starts to talk about Private Party but stops and ignores them.
Dax says that FTR represents the deepest tag team division in the world and says they are now the locker room leaders in AEW. Dax says that Billy Gunn is a tag team legend but he needs to realize that just because he is in a “second rate hall of fame” that he and his son will jump to the front of the line.
FTR says that Jurassic Express has the once in a lifetime opportunity to face them next week but it won’t be for the belts because they will have to beat them to get that shot. Dax says that they would never let some “comedy gimmick” run the tag team division. Jurassic Express gets in the ring but Cash says that this isn’t about having a fight and says they’re just trying to celebrate tag team wrestling.
Cash proposes a toast to the “dumbass dinosaur” and then tosses wine in his face. FTR and Tully bail as Jurassic Express go after them. As FTR retreats, Marko Stunt dumps their cooler out on their heads.
Taz joins commentary as footage of Team Taz at All Out is shown. Darby Allin’s music hits but Ricky Starks comes out dressed as him again. Starks mocks Allin and then he says that Allin writes “Darby is relentless” but says he is reckless instead. He says that is why no one will team with him and why he is always alone. Starks says the next time Darby Allin shows his face in AEW he will beat his ass.
“The Native Beast” Nyla Rose w/Vickie Guerrero vs. Tay Conti
This is Conti’s “Dynamite” debut. She teamed with Anna Jay during the Women’s Tag Team Cup. Conti was a top Judo player and Brazilian jiu-jitsu practitioner before she signed with WWE back in 2016.
Conti jumps on Rose but as she gets in the ring but Rose runs her into the turnbuckles before tossing her across the ring. Conti hits a series of kicks and then rolls Rose up for a sloppy nearfall. Conti manages to roll Rose up into a Kneebar but Rose quickly breaks it with a poke to the eyes. Rose Splashes Conti in the corner and tosses her to the floor where Vickie chokes her.
Conti goes for a Diving Sunset Flip but Rose blocks it and deadlifts her up into the air for a Choke Bomb. Rose goes for a Chokeslam but Conti catches her in a Hanging Armbar. Rose breaks the hold with a Beast Bomb for the pin.
Winner: Rose via pinfall (Beast Bomb)
Guerrero tells Rose to continue the beat down but Hikaru Shida runs out with a kendo stick and backs Rose down.
Earlier today, Ross sat down with Omega. Omega says that you win belts and you lose belts and it’s just part of the game, especially when you have been in it as long as he is. Omega says that he and Page had a chemistry that held their team together. He talks about all the expectations that were placed on him to be the singles star and Ace of the company and he lost his way. He says that he found his way with Page as a team and gave himself a new purpose.
Ross asks Omega what is next for him and Omega says that AEW has one of the deepest tag team divisions in the world and for them to reach the top means that they had to dig deep to reach that. Omega says he enjoyed their team together but he has his own dreams and goals now and Page should probably look for something else to do. “I think it’s time for me to go back to singles action and give everyone what they’ve wanted since day one,” Omega says.
“The Natural” Dustin Rhodes (3-3) vs. “The Exalted One” Brodie Lee (c) (6-1) w/Jon Silver
As Lee is being introduced Rhodes attacks him from behind and they brawl out to the floor immediately. Rhodes backdrops Lee through a table in the crowd. Rhodes slams Lee into the ring steps. Back in the ring, Lee lights Rhodes up with chops in the corner. Rhodes mounts Lee in the corner and rains down right hands but Lee rakes his eyes. Lee catapults Rhodes in between the ropes.
Rhodes hits a series of clotheslines and then connects with his uppercut followed by a Bulldog. Rhodes hits a Snap Powerslam and then goes for the American Destroyer, but Lee backdrops him and charges into a boot from Rhodes. Rhodes dives off the top with a Flying Rana followed by a Code Red for a nearfall!
Dustin hits the CrossRhodes but Lee still kicks out at two. Lee comes back with a Thrust Kick followed by a Jackknife Powerbomb for a nearfall. Lee goes for a Pump Kick but Rhodes moves and Lee crashes over the top rope. Dustin hits a Somersault Plancha off the apron. Back in the ring, Rhodes hits the Unnatural Kick and Silver dives off the top right into a Powerslam. Lee goes for the Spinning Lariat but Rhodes kicks him and hits a Spike Piledriver! 1…2…NO Lee grabs the bottom rope to break the pin attempt.
Lee and Rhodes exchange slaps and chops capped off by Rhodes hitting Lee’s own Spinning Lariat for a close nearfall. Rhodes hits the ropes and Lee goes for the Blackhole Slam but Rhodes counters only to eat a series of Thrust Kicks followed by the Spinning Lariat for the pin.
Winner & STILL TNT Champ: Lee via pinfall (Spinning Lariat)
The rest of the Dark Order drag QT Marshall out to the ring to celebrate but Lee gets pissed when he sees Colt Cabana and starts shoving him around and makes him leave. Lee kicks Rhodes in the balls and then poses with the title over his fallen body.