AEW Dynamite Coverage: Thank You, Brodie

A wonderful tribute show for Brodie Lee was the perfect way to end a 2020 that saw AEW never falter. While the WWE has stumbled and fallen throughout the year, AEW has been fun and consistent for 52 weeks.


AEW Tag Team Champions The Young Bucks: Nick and Matt Jackson and Colt Cabana vs. Matt Hardy and Private Party: Isiah Kassidy and Marq Quen: Hardy wanted his team to use a chair, but they refused, allowing the Bucks to hit the Meltzer Driver and Cabana to win with the Superman Dive. After the match, The Acclaimed hit the ring, but SCU got involved and they were taken out.

Lance Archer, Stu Grayson and Evil Uno w/Jake Roberts vs. Eddie Kingston, Butcher and Blade: A fun back and forth again that saw Uno and Grayson hit their Double Team Finish Gory Bomb/Blockbuster for the win.

Hangman Page, Alex Reynolds and John Silver vs. MJF, Santana and Ortiz: Erick Redbeard hit the ring to even the odds as Wardlow got involved, but Page, Reynolds and Silver won with a Discus Lariat from Silver after Brodie Lee’s son hit MJF with a Kendo Stick.

Anna Jay and Tay Conti vs. Britt Baker and Penelope Ford w/Kip Sabian: Jay got the win with the Sleeper. After the match, Thunder Rosa attacked Baker.

Team Taz: Ricky Starks, Brian Cage and Powerhouse Hobbs w/Taz vs. 10, Cody Rhodes and Orange Cassidy: Starks got beat with the Finishers of all three of his opponents. Team Taz came back hard, but Darby Allin and Sting hit the ring to clean house to end the show.

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