AEW Dark Results: Lengthy

Dark was a long one this week at an hour and a half. The nine inconsequential matches began to drag, though there were a few highlights worth tuning in for.


“The Real Mean Girl” Dani Jordyn vs. Hikaru Shida: Shida planted Jordyn with a Michinoku Driver for a pinfall victory and momentum heading into Double or Nothing on Saturday.

Clutch Adams vs. QT Marshall: Marshall found a standing Cutter to put Adams down for a much-needed win.

Jason Cade vs. Marko Stunt: As usual, Stunt took a beating. But the kid fired up was able to hit a 450 Splash to pick up his first singles victory in AEW.

Musa and Lee Johnson vs. Jimmy Havoc and “Superbad” Kip Sabian w/ Penelope Ford: Havoc took Johnson’s head off with an Acid Rainmaker and followed up with a Fisherman’s DDT to earn his team the victory. 

“The Captain” Shawn Dean vs. Rey Fenix: The Captain is prime material for an AEW-made wrestler but Fenix was too much to handle. Fenix hit a modified sit-out Musclebuster Driver to put the Chicago native down for the count. 

Jon Cruz vs. “The Original Death Dealer” Luther: Luther put his sadistic tendencies on full display with a modified Camel Clutch to force Cruz to tap out.

Ryan Rembrandt and Mike Reed vs. Private Party: Isiah Kassidy and Marq Quen: Despite a little miscommunication, Private Party still got the win when Kassidy hit Rembrandt with a Swanton Bomb. 

Alan Angels vs. Sammy Guevara: Guevara put Angel’s lights out with his version of the Feast Your Eyes he calls the GTH or the Go To Hospital. 

Serpentico vs. Darby Allin: Serpentico gave the relentless one all he could handle but handle it he did. Allin locked the Luchadore in the Last Supper pinning combination to pick up a win.

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Born and raised in Brooklyn, New York, Matt Hirsch discovered his love for video games when his father brought home a Nintendo GameCube, along with Luigi’s Mansion when he was five years old. Since then, his passion for games, as well as professional wrestling, music, anime and movies has inspired him to pursue a career in media and journalism. He graduated from Midwood High School in 2014 and spent three of those years as captain of the varsity Bowling team. These days you’ll be able to find him in comp queue in Overwatch, or Squadding up with some friends in Fortnite.

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