AEW Dynamite 06 15 2022

AEW Dynamite Results
June 15, 2022
Chaifetz Arena in St. Louis
Results by: Jerome Wilen
 (Filling in for Josh Boutwell)

We go live to the Chaifetz Arena in St. Louis. William Regal joins the commentary team for the opening match which is the hair vs. hair match. It was noted on commentary that this is the 141st episode of Dynamite. It was also noted that the venue is sold out.

Hair vs. Hair Match: Chris Jericho vs. Ortiz

Ortiz goes for the quick pin, but only gets a two count. Jericho rolls to the outside and Ortiz goes to the outside as the action on the outside on the floor. Ortiz hits Jericho with right hands as the action continues on the outside. Ortiz tosses Jericho back into the ring. Ortiz hits Jericho with a dropkick and goes for a pin, but only gets a two count. Jericho is now in control. Jericho has Ortiz in the corner and up on the top rope. Ortiz counters and hits Jericho with a powerbomb. Ortiz goes for a pin, but only gets a close two count. Jericho hits Ortiz with an elbow and then suplexes Ortiz off the apron.


Back from the break, Jericho is still in control. Ortiz comes back at hits Jericho with chops and then clotheslines Jericho. Ortiz gets fired up and hits Jericho with forearms in the corner. Jericho is up on the top, and Ortiz hits Jericho with a cutter. Ortiz then goes for a pin, but only gets the two count. Ortiz continues the offense, Jericho then rolls up Ortiz, and then tries for a Walls of Jericho, but Ortiz counters and hits Jericho with a DDT. Ortiz goes for the pin, but only gets a two count. Jericho hits Ortiz with a code breaker, but only gets the two count after a pin attempt. The crowd begins to chant Ortiz. Jericho gets Ortiz in the Walls of Jericho is the center of the ring, and is able to get his hand on the rope. A brawl then breaks out between Santana, Eddie Kingston and the JAS. With the refs back turned, Eddie Kingston comes into the ring and nails Jericho with a spinning backfist. Ortiz then covers Jericho for the pin, but Jericho kicks out. Fuego Del Sol comes into the ring from behind and hits Ortiz from behind when the refs back was turned after being distracted. Jericho goes for the pin and gets the 1, 2, 3. The fans are shocked. Del Sol hugs Jericho and Sammy Guevara comes out to hug Jericho and gives the finger to Eddie and Ortiz. The fans begin chanting Sammy Sucks. Ortiz grabs the razor from the barber who is in the ring. Eddie then has the razor and has a mic. Ortiz grabs a scissors and cuts his own hair. Ortiz takes the razor and as he is shaving his hair chants Blood and Guts which is two weeks away in Detroit.


We go to a video package for Wardlow vs. the Plaintiffs in the 20-1 elimination handicap match.

20 on 1 “Class Action” Handicap Elimination Match: Plaintiffs vs. Wardlow

All the Plaintiffs are surrounding the ring as Wardlow eliminates four. The remaining Plaintiffs swarm Wardlow, who knocks them all away. Wardlow picks up one of the Plaintiffs and tosses him over the top rope to the outside as the others catch him. Wardlow pins and submits two of the Plaintiffs at the same time. Wardlow takes out six more and pins them all. Wardlow then powerbombs several of the remaining Plaintiffs. He pins three more. Wardlow takes out four more with powerbombs, stacks them up and pins them. The powerbombs continue on the more of the Plaintiffs. A Plaintiff comes off the top and gets caught in a powerbomb. Wardlow stacks them up and pins them all. It was announced the case against Smart Mark Sterling is dismissed. Wardlow has Sterling in the ring. From the rafters Dan Lambert and Scorpio Sky bad mouth Wardlow. A few UFC fighters are ordered by Dan Lambert to take out Wardlow. They are in the ring. Wardlow grabs a mic and asks them if they are from St. Louis. Wardlow tells the UFC fighters they are smarter than Dan Lambert. Sterling gets feed to Wardlow by the UFC fighters and Wardlow picks him up and powerbombs him. Wardlow and the UFC fighters stand tall in the ring.



Dax Harwood vs. Will Ospreay

Both men lock up. Hardwood has Ospreay in an armbar. The Crowd chants for both men. Ospreay has Harwood in an armbar. Both men are in the corner. Ospreay hits Harwood with chops. Harwood then reserves it and hits Ospreay with some crazy jobs. Harwood has Ospreay down on the mat as the sold out crowd chants for both men. Ospreay hits an elbow strike on Harwood. As both men are on the apron, Harwood chops Ospreay. Harwood’s leg got caught on the apron as Ospreay hits Harwood.


Back from the break, both men are back in the ring. Harwood gives Ospreay four German Suplexes. As Ospreay goes to the ropes, Harwood suplexes Ospreay. Harwood goes for the splash off the top, but Ospreay moves out of the way. Hardwood grabs Ospreay as both men are on the top rope. Both men crash to the mat. Harwood goes for a pin, but only gets the two. Harwood then goes for another pin, but only gets a two count. Ospreay leaps over the top rope and hits Harwood who is on the outside. Ospreay goes for the pin, but only gets the two count. Harwood grabs Ospreay and attempts a powerbomb off the top rope. Harwood makes a second attempt and connects, but only gets a two count. Both men are down exchanging headbutts. As both men are up, Harwood hits Ospreay with forearms. Harwood grabs Ospreay, but Ospreay counters, goes for the three count, but only gets a two. The near falls and action is all over the place in this match. Ospreay gets the pin with an elbow to the head as NJPW United Empire comes out and attacks Harwood. Cash Wheeler comes out for the save, but its just too much. Best Friends comes out to make the save as well. All of a sudden Orange Cassidy’s music hits, and out comes Orange as the crowd goes nuts. The crowd chants Freshly squeezed. Orange stares down Ospreay, who then stares at Cassidy. Best Friends stands behind Orange as Ospreay leaves out of the ring.



Face-To-Face Confrontation: Jon Moxley and Hiroshi Tanahashi

Back from the break, Jon Moxley’s music hits. Hiroshi Tanahashi comes out. Moxley grabs the mic. Moxley refers to Tanahashi as ace. The crowd begins to chant Tanahashi. Moxley says Tanahashi deserves respect and that he won’t be the ace for very long as Moxley says he is the best professional wrestler on the plant and that some people act it, but Moxley says he lives it. Moxley refers to Tanahashi’s previous injuries and says that Tanahashi will call Moxley ace. As Tanahashi was going to talk, Chris Jericho’s music hits and Jericho comes out with Sammy Guevara and Tay Conti. Jericho tells Moxley that the title match is his spot and that he may burn Moxley’s face with a fireball. Jericho then badmouths Tanahashi, who tells Jericho to shut up. Jericho then says get them boys as Lance Archer and Desparado takes out Moxley and Desprarado. Jericho introduces Sammy Guevara and Tay Conti and then Desparado and Lance Archer on loan to Jericho, who calls Eddie Kingston a piece of trash. Ortiz and Kingston come down and take out the heels. Tanahashi and Moxley clear the ring of the heels as the build to Forbidden Door continues.

We get a video package of Darby Allen and ReDRagon.


Back from the break, Tony Schiavone interviews Toni Storm back stage who tells Tony that everyone wants to see Toni Storm as champ.

AEW All-Atlantic Championship Tournament Qualifying Match: Miro vs. Ethan Page

Ethan Page heads the outside and consults with Dan Lambert. As Miro goes after Page, he heads to the outside again. As he comes back in he begins the offense on Miro. Page kicks Miro in the left arm. Page has Miro in the corner. Page continues to work on the left arm of Miro. As Page attempts to send Miro to the corner, Miro counters with a lariat. Miro then works on Page’s left arm and sends Page into the corner as we go into a commercial break.


Back from the commercial break, Miro continues the offense. Miro hits Page with a series of blows across the chest. Page goes to the outside, as Miro goes to the floor, but is sent into the steel steps by Page. Miro is back in the ring as Page goes to the top rope and hits Miro with a shoulder tackle. Page then hits Miro with a cutter and goes for the three count, but only gets a two. Page then grabs Miro’s arms. Miro comes back with a series of belly to belly suplexes. Miro then hits a running leg onto Page who is down. Dan Lambert attempts to interfere, but Miro takes out Lambert. Miro kicks Page in the spine and then locks in the Game Over as Page submits.


Toni Storm vs. Dr. Britt Baker, D.M.D.

As the bell rings, Baker goes after Storm, who hits Baker with strikes. Both women go to the outside as Baker sends Storm into the ring post. Baker tosses Storm back in the ring, who then goes out and pulls Baker out. Baker is back in the ring. Storm hits a cross body on Baker from the top rope, and then goes for the pin on Baker, but only gets a two. As Rebel and Jamie Hayter try to interfere, Thunder Rosa comes out to try to even the odds, as we go to a commericial.


Back from the break, Baker has Storm in the corner. Baker goes for the pin, but only gets a two. Jamie Hayter is gone from ringside, but Rebel is on the outside. As both women go to the floor, Storm hits Baker with a DDT on the floor. Back in the ring, Storm hits Baker with a suplex. As Baker is in the corner, Storm hits Baker hard int the corner. Paul Turner checks on Baker. As Baker seems to be having issues, she then reveals she was faking it and goes for the pin on Storm, but only gets a two. Storm then comes back with a spike pile driver on baker and get the win.


Tony Schiavone is backstage with Stokey Hathoway. Willow Nightingale comes in an interrupts. Willow tells Hathoway she accepts Jade Gargill’s open challenge for the TBS Title.

“Hangman” Adam Page’s music hits as he comes to the ring to a great ovation. Page grabs a mic and says he wants a match with Kazuchika Okada at Forbidden Door. He mentions that Okada lost the IWGP Title, but still wants to challenge Okada. Adam Cole comes out and interrupts Page. Cole says he should be the one to challenge the new IWGP Champion, which is Jay White. Cole says Okada won’t be at Forbidden Door. As Cole introduces Jay White, White appears from behind in the ring and attacks Page and tells Page that he is the Switchblade and is the IWGP Champion. As Page is down, he badmouths Page and mocks him losing to CM Punk. He tells White is won’t be against Page. Cole then tells White that it will then be him challenging White at Forbidden Door. White then tells Cole he won’t be challenging Cole at Forbidden Door because he (White) calls the shots. Cole looks confused as we go to a commercial break.


AEW World Tag Team Championship Ladder Match: Jungle Boy & Luchasaurus (c) vs. The Young Bucks

Young Bucks go right after Jungle boy. Luchasaurus hits the Bucks. He goes to the outside and grabs a ladder but gets hit by the Bucks. Back in the ring, Jungle Boy and Nick Jackson are on the ladder. Jungle Boy tosses Nick out. He climbs the ladder as Matt comes in. Nick then hits the ladder trying to get the belts. The Young Bucks grab the ladder to try to hit Luchasaurus with the ladder, but he ducks. Jungle boy and Lucha take out the Bucks. The Bucks recover, but as the ladder is folded up against the corner, Jungle Boy leaps on the ladder and hits the Bucks. Nick Jackson then comes back and hits Lucha on the outside. Matt Jackson tosses Jungle Boy to the outside who lands on the table. Lucha then tosses Matt onto the table. Before the commercial break, Nick does a flip to the outside and lands on Lucha who is in the midst of a broken table. The action is all over the place in this match.


Back from the break, The Bucks are in control as they attempt a double superkick on Lucha who ducks. Lucha moonsaults off the apron onto both Bucks on the floor. Lucha grabs a ladder and sets it up. As Lucha attempts to climb the ladder, Matt jumps on Lucha who falls down. All four men are up on the ladders attempting to grab the belts. Luch takes out the Bucks, but they come back and drop Lucha on his head. Matt Jackson goes to the top rope and hits Lucha with a huge elbow on the table. All men are down. Jungle Boy and Nick are on the ladder. Both bucks are on the ladder with Jungle Boy. The ladders go down and all three men are down. Lucha gets back in the ring and sets up the ladder. Lucha attempted to get the belts, but The Bucks push the ladder as Lucha goes down and falls through the tables. Its Jungle Boy and the Bucks in the ring, who take out Jungle Boy with the BTE trigger. Nick has a bloody nose. The Bucks climb the ladders and grabs the belts to become the two time AEW World Tag Team Champions.


As Jungle Boy is the in the ring, Christian Cage hits Jungle Boy with the kill switch. Cage grabs two chairs and hits Jungle Boy with a con-chair-to. Cage takes off his jacket and drops it on Jungle Boy as the crowd boos and the show goes off the air.

Josh Boutwell was unable to recap tonight’s Dynamite. He is expected to be back next week.

Tonight’s Road Rager wasn’t a bad show. It was one of the better episodes of Dynamite. I expected Chris Jericho to get his head shaved. The build to Blood and Guts was done well tonight. Eddie Kingston is so over with the fans. Wardlow winning was predictable. ‘

Dax Harwood vs. Will Ospreay was a great match. Both men put on a great performance tonight. The face to face with Jon Moxley and Hiroshi Tanahashi was blah. I expect Moxley to become the new interim champion at Forbidden Door. Miro winning was expected. Ethan Page is not being used like he should. He is better than what he is being presented as. He should have stayed in IMPACT. I don’t think Tony Khan expected Josh Alexander to re-sign with IMPACT and was hoping to bring The North to AEW.

I didn’t expect Toni Storm to go over Brit Baker. It will be interesting to see if this was a one off loss for Baker and what direction she goes next. The exchange with Adam Page, Adam Cole and Jay White was interesting. Cole was expecting to challenge Jay White, but with White saying no, it will be interesting to see what Khan does at Forbidden Door with these three.

The Young Bucks becoming two time Tag Champions is something I did not expect to see tonight. Jurassic Express are so over with the fans. Christian Cage turning on Jurassic Express is something I have been expecting for a while, I just didn’t see it coming tonight. I have never been a big fan of Christian Cage. It looks like he will be in a program with Jungle Boy. I have felt that Khan should give Jungle Boy a great singles run, if not as AEW World Champion, but the TNT Champion. The Bucks are great workers, but don’t need the belts again, unless they are transition champions for a title change at All Out in September.

Other thoughts – Sammy Guevara and Tay Conti joining the Jericho Appreciation Society is basically a newer version of the worn out Inner Circle faction, minus Santana and Ortiz, but with “Cool Hand Ang” Angelo Parker and “Daddy Magic” Matt Menard.

Thank you for reading. Please give us your thoughts of tonight’s AEW Dynamite “Road Rager.”