AEW Dynamite Coverage: Danielson, Darby and Cassidy Steal the Show

One of the deepest cards in Dynamite history ensured this week’s episode was anything but passable.


All-Atlantic Champion Orange Cassidy vs. Jay Lethal: The Best Friends, as well as Dan Hausen, Jeff Jarrett, Satnum Singh and Sonjay Dutt were ringside for this banger. Lethal did everything but win and thanks to Dan Hausen, Cassidy won with Orange Punch.

Top Flight: Darius and Dante Martin vs. AEW Trios Champions The Young Bucks: Matt and Nick Jackson: Another banger with plenty of offense. The crowd loved it and Top Flight got the surprise clean win in one that absolutely elevates them.

Ricky Starks vs. Jake Hager w/Matt Menard and Angelo Parker: Starks got a huge surprise win with the Spear and managed to get out of dodge to avoid the JAS onslaught.

Bandido vs. Brian Danielson: Bandido always impresses and Danielson is the best worker in the company- so this was a great one. Danielson won with the Running Knee but damn it was fun.

Toni Storm vs. Willow Nightingale: Storm won with a School Boy and Saraya ended up beating up Willow after the bell with Storm before Ruby Riot made the save.

TNT Champion Darby Allin w/Sting vs. Kushida: Awesome main event that saw Kushida work over Allin’s shoulder and show off signature offense throughout. Allin was able to sneak out of the Hoverboard Lock and used a Cloverleaf-esque pinning combination to win.

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