AEW Dynamite Coverage: Mox Makes a Statement

A new TNT Champion and the promise of another FTR/Briscoes bout made this week’s Dynamite interesting but far from impactful.


Street Fight: TNT Champion Scorpio Sky w/Dan Lambert vs. Wardlow: Sky used the title and got help from American Top Team but couldn’t put Wardlow away. Eventually three Powerbombs later and Wardlow won the title.

The Butcher and The Blade w/The Bunny vs. Swerve Strickland and Keith Lee: A good back and forth encounter that ultimately saw Strickland and Lee hit the Swerve in Their Glory for the win. After the match, Powerhouse Hobbs and Rickey Starks hit the ring to build drama for the three-way for the AEW World Tag Team Titles.

Penta Oscuro w/Rey Fenix vs. Rush w/Andrade: Great back and forth until Rush hit the Low Blow and the Rollup (all while taking Penta’s mask) for the win.

The Acclaimed and The Gunn Club vs Bear Country, Fuego Del Sol, and Leon Ruff: The Gunns and Acclaimed got the win, but Billy Gunn apparently turned his back on Acclaimed after it was over, taking both Caster and Bowens out.

Nyla Rose and Marina Shafir vs. Toni Storm and AEW Women’s Champion Thunder Rosa: Rose and Shaifir dominated for a spell, but Rosa and Storm hit the Assisted Fire Thunder for the win.

Interim AEW World Champion Jon Moxley vs. Brody King: Mox won with the Bully Choke in a match that King showed some dominant spots but never was the beast he could have been.

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