AEW Dynamite Results: Tag Team Drama

Another Dynamite in the books, another week of top tier Professional Wrestling. It seems the Young Bucks decided to do what they want, when they want, consequences be damned. FTR will have their hands full when the Jackson brothers decide to strike.

Matches:

Jurassic Express: Jungle Boy and Luchasaurus vs. FTR: Dax Hardwood and Cash Wheeler: The Young Bucks came out before the match to Superkick Ref Mike Posey and went backstage to throw another $10,000 at Tony Khan. Jungle Boy had Hardwood’s shoulders pinned but Wheeler flipped the script and added a little leverage to earn the win for FTR.

Frankie Kazarian vs. “Hangman” Adam Page: Kazarian whiffed a Guillotine Leg Drop and opened the door for a Buckshot Lariat. Page got the clean win.

MJF w/ Wardlow vs. Shawn Dean: Friedman immediately poked Dean’s eyes and applied the Salt of the Earth Armbar for the quick and dirty submission victory.

Private Party: Isiah Kassidy and Marq Quen vs. Inner Circle: “Demo God” Chris Jericho and “Big Hurt” Jake Hager: The two teams went the distance until Jericho rocked Kassidy with a Judas effect for the win. Le Champion tried to beat Kassidy down after the bell but Quen intercepted with a Pele Kick.

NWA World Women’s Championship Match: “La Sicaria” Ivellisse w/ Diamante vs. The NWA World Women’s Champion: Thunder Rosa: Rosa and Ivellisse tore it up until the Champ put her challenger in the ground with a vicious Tombstone Piledriver. Diamante attacked Rosa after the bell but Shida made the save. 

Parking Lot Brawl: Best Friends: Trent and Chuck Taylor vs. Santana and Ortiz: Santana was ready to murder Taylor with a steel pipe butwas interrupted by Orange Cassidy who emerged from the trunk of a car and KO’d him with an chain link Orange Punch. Trent used the distraction to put Ortiz through plywood into the bed of a pickup with Crunchy to score the win in a brutal match and drive off into the night in Trent’s mom’s minivan. 

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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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