• Carlos Astorga

AEW Dynamite Results (09/07/2022)

Updated: Sep 7


All Elite Wrestling will deliver what promises to be a must-see episode of AEW Dynamite on September 7.


In the aftermath of the All Out pay-per-view, AEW president Tony Khan will address the World Championship and the World Trios Championship. CM Punk reportedly suffered an injury at All Out after he won the world title. After the show, he was involved in a physical confrontation with Kenny Omega and the Young Bucks, who won the trios titles at the pay-per-view.


Plus, Orange Cassidy and the Best Friends will battle Death Triangle. Elsewhere on the show, Toni Storm will face Penelope Ford in an AEW Interim Women’s World Championship Eliminator match, Daniel Garcia will challenge Wheeler Yuta for the ROH Pure Championship, and fans will hear from both Chris Jericho and MJF in separate addresses.


Keep checking Indy Pro Wrestling as the show results come in.


We Hear From Tony Khan

The opening for All Out fallout edition of AEW Dynamite started with AEW President Tony Khan announcing that he had no choice but to vacate the AEW World & Trios Championship. Khan then announced that the Trios match of Death Triangle vs Best Friends & Orange Cassidy is now for AEW Trios Championship. Tony Khan also announced a tournament to crown a new AEW World Champion. Over the next two weeks the matches will take place and conclude with a championship match at Grand Slam.


In-Ring Segment: MJF

MJF comes out wearing a Buffalo Bills jersey and gets a big pop. He says “the devil” is back and gets a big pop. He also calls Bills quarterback Josh Allen a great quarterback. MJF says he said some regrettable stuff, but he was kidding. He says he loves AEW and he’ll never leave. He says he loves the fans and tells them to give themselves a round of applause. MJF notes that the world title has been vacated, and there will be a new champion. He says he deserves a shot at the title, and his chip guarantees him a title match. MJF says Khan is paying him a boatload of money. He shares a story about a wise man who split the sea open and walked his people to the promiseland. He says he’s not saying he’s Moses; he’s better than Moses. He says he’s better than you, and the crowd finishes his catchphrase.


Jon Moxley interrupts and says he’s full of crap. MJF calls the fans poor lardasses who have the “worst football team in the history of the United States of America.” He tears the jersey off and says Josh Allen sucks. MJF notes he could view the world title as a bargaining chip and teases he could take the title to a “real wrestling company.” MJF says he could go work for the only Khan who really matters, “Jolly Old Saint Nick”. He references Cody Rhodes, calling him his hero, and Triple H, quoting his “Best for Business” line. Moxley tells him to leave the ring, but MJF takes his shirt off, but he leaves.


Moxley says he’s pissed off and embarrassed. He says he’s pissed off that he doesn’t have the title because what the title represents means a lot to him. Moxley says the title means a lot to a lot of people, noting that it stands for the heroes who stood tall during the COVID-19 pandemic. Moxley says the title represents slaying demons and everything he loves about the business. He notes that he lost on Sunday, and that’s on him. Moxley points out that he’s supposed to be on vacation, but now he has the chance win the gold. He previews the title tournament and says he wants “the ball”, so he’s going to take the shot. He says it’s time to be a legend.


AEW World Trios Championship: Death Triangle (Pac, Rey Fenix, and Penta Oscuro) vs. Best Friends (Chuck Taylor and Trent Beretta) and Orange Cassidy (with Danhausen)

Cassidy and Oscuro start the bout and feel each other out. Death Triangle briefly take control, but the trio gets dumped out of the ring. Cassidy gets launched onto them at ringside. The two teams brawl around the arena. Taylor dives off the ramp onto everyone. Back in the ring, Cassidy gains the upper hand. The Best Friends double-team Penta, but he rallies and tags Pac. He grounds Beretta. Fenix tags in and maintains the advantage. Beretta catches Pac with a stomp and tags Cassidy. He droops the Lucha Brothers with a hurricanrana but eats an elbow from Pac. Danhausen gets on the apron and distracts Pac. Alex Abrahantes pulls him off the apron, and Danhausen hits him below the belt. Pac confronts him, and Cassidy dives onto “The Bastard.” Cassidy nails Pac with a tornado DDT. Taylor tags in and gets double-teamed by the Lucha Brothers, but he fights them off.


Penta plants him with a backstabber. Cassidy dumps Pac with a German suplex. Penta hits him with a modified piledriver. Pac and Penta superkick Beretta, and Fenix gets a two count. Beretta gets a two count with the Awful Waffle on Penta. All three members of Death Triangle hit Canadian Destroyers. The Lucha Brothers hit the Fear Factor on Taylor, and Pac pins him with the Black Arrow.


Winners and new AEW World Trios Champions: Death Triangle


Tony Schiavone notes that the Dark Order is unable to compete for the trios titles due to injuries. Jose the Assistant again tries to recruit 10, and they reject him. Andrade El Idolo shows up, and John Silver is ready to fight, but Andrade and Jose walk away.


AEW Interim Women’s World Championship Eliminator: Toni Storm (c) vs. Penelope Ford

The two competitors feel each other out early on. Storm gains the upper hand with a flurry of offense, sending Ford to the outside. Ford slams her into the steel steps. She takes control and grounds Storm. The champion rallies with a series of strikes. She hits a running hip attack in the corner and plants Ford with a DDT for the win.


Winner: Toni Storm


A video package recaps Action Bronson saving HOOK from Matt Menard and Angelo Parker, with promos from both teams. They heavily tease a tag team match at Grand Slam.


The Acclaimed come down the ramp, but Swerve Strickland interrupts before Max Caster can start rapping. The fans chant “asshole” at him and he says The Acclaimed winning the titles would be a joke. Billy Gunn says this isn’t Swerve’s house anymore; it’s “Daddy Ass’ house. Anthony Bowens vows that The Acclaimed will win at Grand Slam.


We Hear From Chris Jericho

Chris Jericho is backstage with Sammy Guevara, Tay Melo, and Anna J-A-S. Jericho says he’s better than ever, and he’s drinking from the fountain of youth. He says that’s why he was able to beat Bryan Danielson on Wednesday. Jericho says he’s the best wrestler ever and he’s the “B-We-B-C”. Jericho says he’s going to win the title because it’s his company, it’s his locker room, and no one will take that from him. Sammy Guevara says he’s going to beat Darby Allin’s “turtle-loving ass.” Jericho emphasizes that Daniel Garcia will have to beat Wheeler Yuta without them tonight.


TNT Championship: Wardlow (c) vs. Tony Nese (with “Smart” Mark Sterling)


Wardlow immediately overpowers Nese and powerbombs him. He powerbombs him two more times for the win.


Winner and still TNT Champion: Wardlow


Sterling distracts Wardlow after the match, and the champion goes for a powerbomb, but Josh Woods pulls “Smart” Mark out of the ring. Wardlow says he hears people saying he’s lost it and the momentum is gone. He says it’s time to remind everyone that this is Wardlow’s World.


A video package recaps the history between Sammy Guevara and Darby Allin ahead of their tournament match on AEW Rampage.


AEW Dynamite Wild Card for the Grand Slam Tournament of Champions: Hangman Page vs. Bryan Danielson

The two men start out exchanging holds until they get to the corner, where Bryan Danielson just slaps the chest of his opponent. The two men then get down to business, exchanging chops, with Danielson then laying in with his kicks in the corner. "Hangman" Adam Page eats a boot to the face, but he then knocks Danielson off the turnbuckles as he hits a springboard lariat to send Danielson to the floor. 


He then tries to follow up by diving to the outside, but the veteran scouts it and sends Page into the ring post shoulder first. Danielson continues working the arm inside the ring, and then they head back out with Page being sat on a chair as Bryan nails more kicks and then hits a huge dropkick. Danielson continues to target the arm, stomping down on it, but Page then catches him and connects with the fallaway slam, as he then launches himself over the top rope with a crossbody.


Inside the ring, Page connects with a Death Valley Driver, but Danielson manages to kick out of it. Danielson then trips Page into the second turnbuckle, and that allows him to come in with several running boots in the corner, and then another round kick to the head which Page kicks out of.


Danielson then gets cut off on the top rope and Page launches the former WWE Superstar down to the ring, but somehow he is able to kick out! Page heads straight out of the ring for the Buckshot Lariat, but Danielson rolls out of the ring instead. Page then sends Danielson to the chair on the outside, and he runs in with a big boot to give a receipt from earlier on. 


Both men then get back into the ring and once again unload chops on each other, but Page comes out on top with a powerbomb, yet Danielson kicks out. Page then sets Danielson onto the top turnbuckle, but he then sneaks under the legs and sets the tree of woe to hammer more kicks in. Then he takes him back up to deliver a barrage of elbow shots, but Page lands on his feet from the top rope attempt, and Page then hits a rolling elbow!


Bryan kicks out, and smartly transitions straight into the LeBell Lock, but he escapes and then sends him into the ropes only for Danielson to skin the cat. He then immediately brings the LeBell Lock back again, but Page rolls out and connects with some knee strikes to the head to break it up. They hit several big forearms again, only for Page to hit Deadeye, and still, Bryan kicks out of the pinfall! Danielson then nails his Busaiku Knee finisher, but Page rolls out of the ropes, Bryan aims for a suicide dive but gets caught into a powerbomb onto the ring apron. 


Page hits the moonsault from the top rope to the outside, and then aims for the Buckshot Lariat, but Danielson reverses into the roll-up, and he bridges to stop Page kicking out to get the win. He now faces Chris Jericho in the semifinal match. 


Winner: Bryan Danielson


A taped promo from Jungle Boy notes that he’ll be waiting while Christian Cage is recovering from his surgery. He says he carried Christian Cage on his back and notes that he has been freed of a massive anchor. He vows to destroy Cage.


Stokely Hathaway, Ethan Page, Austin and Colten Gunn, Lee Moriarty, and W. Morrissey come out. Hathaway says All Out was the greatest night of his career. A stagehand tries to tell him that he’s low on time, and the group attacks him. Morrissey blasts him with a big boot.


Pure Rules Match For The ROH Pure Championship: Wheeler Yuta (c) vs. Daniel Garcia

The two men feel each other out with technical holds, and they’re evenly matched. Garcia takes control, but Yuta rallies with a diving elbow drop. They trade chops, and Yuta suplexes Garcia. Garcia slaps him and suplexes the champion. He blasts Yuta with a lariat. Garcia suplexes Yuta multiple times and holds onto the champion’s waist to maintain his grip. Yuta fires back with his own German suplexes. Both men are down after a German suplex off the top rope. Garcia drops Yuta with a superplex, and again both men are down. They trade strikes, and Garcia wins the exchange. He locked in a Sharpshooter, but Yuta reaches the ropes. Yuta punches Garcia with a closed fist and gets a warning. Garcia rolls through and locks in the Dragon Tamer, but Yuta escapes and locks in a crossface. Garcia kicks out of the Seatbelt and locks in the Dragon Tamer again. Yuta taps out, so Garcia wins the bout.


Winner and new ROH Pure Champion: Daniel Garcia


Bryan Danielson comes to the ring, and Yuta shakes hands with Garcia. Danielson wraps the title around Garcia’s waist and raises his hand. Chris Jericho comes to the stage, looking quite upset with what has just transpired.