AEW Dynamite Coverage: Sting Arrives, Omega Wins AEW Title and Jumps Ship to Impact

The arrival of Sting, more drama in The Inner Circle, plenty of depth in the mid-card, Tag Team and Women’s Division and an excellent main event that saw Kenny Omega win the AEW World Title (and the promise of his appearance on Impact Wrestling on Tuesday) capped off a special episode of Dynamite this week.


Dynamite Diamond Battle Royal: MJF and Orange Cassidy advanced to see who gets the ring next week.

Chris Jericho vs. Frankie Kazarian: Drama between Sammy Guevara and MJF nearly cost Jericho the match, but the Judas Effect ended it.

Dr. Britt Baker, DMD w/Reba vs. Leyla Hirsch: Baker won with Lockjaw over a very game Hirsch. After the match, Thunder Rosa hit the ring and she and Baker mixed it up.

Cody Rhodes and TNT Champion Darby Allin vs. Team Taz: “Absolute” Ricky Starks and “Powerhouse” Will Hobbs: Allin won with The Coffin Drop, but Brian Cage got involved and Dustin Rhodes, turning it into a brawl. That’s when Sting appeared and confronted Darby Allin.

AEW World Champion Jon Moxley vs. Kenny Omega: This was a war- one that saw Omega win with the One-Winged Angel and four V-Triggers after Impact Wrestling’s Don Callis (who was originally at the announce table) got involved (allowing Omega to use the microphone on Moxley). After the match, Calls announced Omega will speak on Impact Wrestling next week.

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