AEW Dynamite Results: Elite All In

The go-home show for Double or Nothing was a solid one. A war of words between Arn Anderson and Jake Roberts was a sight to behold. The stage is set for Cody and Lance Archer to clash over the TNT Championship on Saturday.

Matches:

Ten w/ “The Exalted One”: Brodie Lee and the Dark Order vs. the AEW World Champion: Jon Moxley: Ten got his licks in but a pissed off Mox would not be stopped. The Champ put his opponent down with a Paradigm Shift and then some after the bell.

MJF w/ Wardlow vs. Marko Stunt: Stunt’s momentum from Dark couldn’t carry him through dynamite against MJF. Friedman dropped Mr. Fun Size with a double Chickenwing Shoulderbreaker. The Long Island native sent his opponent at Double or Nothing, Jungleboy, a message by giving Stunt a stiff right with the diamond ring.

“Freshly Squeezed” Orange Cassidy: Trent and Chuck Taylor vs. Rey Fenix: Kip Sabian came out and distracted Cassidy allowing Fenix to hit a low blow followed up with a Rolling Cutter for the win. After the bell, SCU, Coly Cabana, Jimmy Havoc, and Best Friends ran in and brawled at ringside.

Kris Statlander and Hikaru Shida vs. Dr. Britt Baker D.M.D. and the AEW Women’s Champion: Nyla Rose: Rose dropped Shida with a Beast Bomb to pick up the pinfall victory. After the bell, the Champ tried to teach Shida a lesson and put her through a table, but Shida got the last laugh and Superplexed Rose through it instead.

Sammy Guevara vs. “Broken” Matt Hardy: Hardy planted Guevara with a Twist of Fate to earn the win but after the match, Inner Circle appeared on the Titantron beating down Kenny Omega in a football stadium. The Young Bucks came out of nowhere to make the save followed up with Hardy himself. The two factions brawled until “Hangman” Page made his return to even the odds, forcing Inner Circle to back down.

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