AEW Dynamite Coverage: Omega and Mox Not Done Yet

More attention to the mid-card and the building of several storylines and more reasons to hate Kenny Omega (in the best way possible) made Dynamite a special one.

Matches:

FTW World Champion Brian Cage w/Rickey Starks and Tazz vs. Adam “Hangman” Page: The Dark Order and Team Taz fought on the ramp to start the match and before the bell, Cage got the upper hand with a Powerbomb on Page on the ramp. Although Page fought back, Cage ultimately got the win with the Drill Claw:

AEW Tag Team Champions Matt and Nick Jackson vs. Matt and Mike Sydal: Solid back and forth but The Bucks took over and won with a Low Blow and BTE Trigger.

Pentagon w/Alex Abrahantes vs. Orange Cassidy w/Trent: Cassidy won with Orange Punch (and the mic) in a surprise win.

Kris Statlander w/Orange Cassidy vs. Penelope Ford w/Kip Sabian: Ford was solid but Sabian wasn’t able to help as much as he wanted and Stratlander won with Big Bang Theory.

The Factory: QT Marshall, Nick Coromoro and Anthony Ogogo vs. The Nightmare Family: Dustin Rhodes, Lee Johnson and Billy Gunn: Gut punches from Ogogo allow QT to clean up, but after the match, Cody Rhodes returned and locked in the Figure-Four on QT.

TNT Champion Darby Allin w/Sting vs. 10 w/The Dark Order: Darby was able to get the pinning combination although 10 had the Full Nelson locked in. After the match Scorpio Sky got in some licks on Allin and Sting before Lance Archer made the late save.

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