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  • Writer's pictureCarlos Astorga

AEW Dynamite Results (05/03/2023)


All Elite Wrestling will present the newest episode of AEW Dynamite on May 3.


The show featured the “Four Pillars” Tag Team match, the Tres De Mayo Trios Battle Royale, Roderick Strong’s AEW in-ring debut, and more.


Adam Cole, Roderick Strong, Orange Cassidy, and Bandido vs. Jericho Appreciation Society (Matt Menard, Angelo Parker, Daniel Garcia, and Jake Hager)


Chris Jericho, wearing the shirt showing Britt Baker’s black eye, comes out before the match and clearly frustrates Cole. Jericho joins the broadcast team for the bout. Strong and Garcia start the bout and battle it out. Strong gains the upper hand, and Cole tags in. He rocks Parker with a kick to the face. Bandido enters the match, but Menard comes in and blindsides him. The two teams brawl as the match breaks down. The fight continues at ringside while Hager is left in the ring with Cassidy. Hager overpowers the AEW International Champion. Cassidy rallies and goes for a dive, but Hager catches him. Bandido dives onto Garcia and Hager at ringside.


Cole starts walking up the ramp, as he wants to confront Jericho, and the JAS attacks him. Hager gains the upper hand and grounds Cassidy. The JAS maintains the advantage and isolates Cassidy. “Fresh;y Squeezed” counters with a Stun-dig Millionaire. Strong tags in and clears house. Cassidy tags back in, and Garcia puts him in the Dragon Slayer, but Cole breaks it up. The match breaks down as bodies start flying. Cassidy hits Garcia with the Beach Break. Cassidy and Bandido dive onto JAS members at ringside. In the end, Cole pins Parker with The Boom.


Winners: Adam Cole, Roderick Strong, Orange Cassidy, and Bandido


Cole charges the broadcast table and attacks Jericho.


In an interview, “Jungle Boy” Jack Perry and Darby Allin look ahead to the “Four Pillars” tag team match, as they bow to earn their spots in the title match.


Backstage, security escorted Adam Cole out of the building, and Chris Jericho yelled at him. Britt Baker slaps Jericho, and security escorts her away.


Bryan Danielson. alongside the Blackpool Combat Club. He says he’s the best wrestler in the world, and if it’s not him, it’s one of his stablemates. He says they want AEW to be the best wrestling company in the world, and they’ll do what it takes to make that happen. Jon Moxley says iron sharpens iron, and The Elite should be thanking them. He looks forward to his Steel Cage match against Kenny Omega and says 2020 might as well have been a decade ago. Moxley vows to leave a mark on Omega.


Saraya (with Toni Storm and Willow Nightingale) vs. Willow Nightingale


Saraya leaves the ring, and Willow chases her around ringside. Willow gains the upper hand. Storm interferes, and Saraya capitalizes. She dumps Willow to the floor. Storm and Saraya stomp Nightingale and attack her at ringside. Saraya slams Willow into the barricade, and The Outcasts continue to illegally gang up on the fan-favorite. Willow perseveres and fires up with a flurry of offense. Willow pounces Ruby when she tries to interfere. Saraya takes advantage of the situation and pins Willow.


Winner: Saraya


The Outcasts attack Willow after the bell. Hikaru Shida comes out and seemingly makes the save. She embraces The Outcasts and seemingly joins them. She’s about to spraypaint Willow, but Jamie Hayter and Britt Baker sneak up. Shida swerves The Outcasts and attacks them with a kendo stick. Shida spray paints The Outcasts.


In a promo, AEW World Trios Champions House of Black look ahead to the Trios Battle Royale.


Tres De Mayo Trios Battle Royale


The match comes down to John Silver of Dark Order, The Acclaimed and Billy Gunn and The Butcher, The Blade, and Kip Sabian. Silver gets eliminated, so the last two trios battle it out. In the end The Acclaimed and Gunn win.


Order Of Elimination


Varsity Athletes (El Hijo Del Vikingo)

Lucha Brothers & El Hijo Del Vikingo (Powerhouse Hobbs)

QTV/Powerhouse Hobbs (The Acclaimed)

Dark Order (The Butcher/The Blade)

The Butcher, The Blade, and Kip Sabian (The Acclaimed and Billy Gunn)

Winners: The Acclaimed and Billy Gunn


Backstage, AEW World Champion MJF tells Sammy Guevara he has back pain from carrying this company. They seemingly make up, and they’re back on the same page ahead of the main event.


Backstage, Kenny Omega discusses his upcoming Steel Cage match against Jon Moxley. Don Calllis points to the scar Moxley gave him and says Moxley will lose every time against him and Omega. The former world champion says it will all come to an end next week.


Wardlow (with Arn Anderson) vs. Logan Laroux


Wardlow dominates and levels Laroux with a clothesline. The TNT Champion powerbombs Laroux and wins the very short match.


Winner: Wardlow


Wardlow calls out Christian Cage and Luchasaurus after the match, as he is ready to face Luchasautrus. Cage and Luchasaurus come to the stage, and Cage reveals that the title shot belongs to him, not the powerhouse.


Jay Lethal, Jeff Jarrett, Satam Singh, and Sonjay Dutt visit Sandy Fork and offer to help Mark out on the farm. They do some chores, and Mark’s dad shows up. Papa Briscoe says he knows Mark has known Jay Lethal a long time, but he tells Mark to keep his eyes on the rest of the group. Lethal challenges AEW World Tag Team Champions FTR to a title match at AEW Double or Nothing.


Juice Robinson (with Jay White) vs. Ricky Starks


The match quickly spills out of the ring. Robinson sends Starks into the steel steps. “Rock Hard” slams Robinson onto the floor. Starks rallies, but Robinson takes control again and grounds him by attacking his leg. Starks keeps fighting and dumps Robinson with a DDT. Robinson blocks a splash and hits a cannonball in the corner. Starks hits the Spear and the Roshambo for the win.


Winner: Ricky Starks


Jay White attacks Starks after the match. Robinson saves White from a Roshambo, and the Bullet Club Gold duo escapes.


A video package hypes up The Firm Deletion match.


Backstage, MJF approaches “Jungle Boy” Jack Perry and tries to make a deal with him by offering him a spot next to the throne, but Perry turns him down.


Four Pillars Tag Match: “Jungle Boy” Jack Perry & Darby Allin vs. MJF & Sammy Guevara


Guevara ad Perry start the bout, and “Jungle Boy” gains the upper hand early on. Allin takes control when he and MJF face off. Perry hits Guevara when MJF ducks. A distraction from Guevara helps MJF ground Allin. MJF and Guevara use the scarf as a weapon, but Allin turns it around and chokes his opponents with the scarf. MJF takes Perry out at ringside by slamming him into the barricade. MJF and Guevara isolate Allin and gang up on him.


Allin tags in and clears house. Perry dives into MJF and Guevara at ringside. Allin rockets into Guevara with a dive. Perry gets a two count with a Tiger Driver on Guevara. “The Spanish God” gets a two count with a Spanish Fly. MJF tags in and takes the fight to Perry. Allin tags in and takes Guevara out with a Code Red. Perry locks in the Snare Trap, but Guevara breaks it up. Guevara dives onto Perry and Allin at ringside. MJF spikes Perry with a Hammerlock DDT. The team of MJF and Guevara breaks down, and Allin and Perry capitalize, as Allin pins Guevara with the Coffin Drop.


Winners: “Jungle Boy” Jack Perry & Darby Allin


With the win, Perry and Allin have been added to the world title match at AEW Double or Nothing.

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