• Carlos Astorga

AEW Dynamite Results (11/23/2022)


All Elite Wrestling will present a new episode of AEW Dynamite on November 23, just a few days after AEW Full Gear.


On Thanksgiving eve, the show will feature two title matches. Chris Jericho will defend the ROH World Championship against Tomohiro Ishii, and Jake Hager will challenge Orange Cassidy for the AEW All-Atlantic Championship. Plus, The Elite will face Death Triangle in the second match of their Best of Seven series.


The results are as follows:


In-Ring Segment: William Regal


Regal says MJF will be here next week; he’s absent because he’s working on a movie. He brings up his new alliance with MJF and says he sent “The Salt of the Earth” of an email. He leaves it at that, noting that MJF will explain everything next week. Jon Moxley comes to the ring, but Bryan Danielson stops him from attacking Regal. Danielson says he doesn’t know why Regal did what he did on Saturday, but they’ve all done bad things. Danielson asks Mox not to hurt Regal. Moxley is clearly mad, and Danielson slaps him in the face. “The American Dragon” says his dad struggled with the same things that Moxley did, and Regal was the only person who could help him understand. He says Regal gave him the ability to love his dad and asked Moxley to imagine someone teaching his daughter to love him with his struggles. Danielson says he loves Regal. Moxley gets in Regal’s face. He tells him to run away and never come back. Moxley is clearly emotional as Regal walks away.


Backstage, Renee Paquette asks Keith Lee about what happened at AEW Full Gear. Swerve Strickland shows up and gets in Lee’s face. He says, “Let’s talk”.


AEW All-Atlantic Championship: Orange Cassidy (with Trent Beretta, Rocky Romero, and Chuck Taylor) vs. Jake Hager (with Matt Menard, Angelo Parker, and Danielson)


Hager puts Cassidy’s sunglasses on. Hager briefly gains the upper hand. Cassidy slams his head into the turnbuckle, and Hager gets mad when his hat gets knocked off. Garcia takes the hat from Cassidy. Romero pulls Garcia off the apron. Hager catches a diving Cassidy and slams him into the ring post. Parker puts the hat on Hager. The powerhouse grounds Cassidy and overpowers him. He wrenches “Freshly Squeezed” in a bearhug. Hager maintains the advantage. He punches Cassidy, who falls off the apron and into the waiting hands of Beretta, Taylor, and Romero. Cassidy dives onto the JAS members at ringside. The champion hits the Stun-Dog Millionaire and drops him with a DDT. Hager counters the Orange Punch and slams Cassidy.


Hager goes for an ankle lock, but Cassidy kicks the hat off. Hager releases the hold. Cassidy capitalizes by hitting the Orange Punch and rolling Hager up for the win.


Winner and still AEW All-Atlantic Champion: Orange Cassidy


The Factory comes to the ring, prepared to attack Cassidy. The lights go out, and The House of Black is standing in the ring when they come back on. The trio attacks everyone and leaves them lying. Malakai Black gets a microphone and tells the members of the House of Black to rise.


In a video package, “Jungle Boy” Jack Perry says his win over Luchasaurus at AEW Full Gear was cathartic.


AEW World Title Eliminator Tournament Finals: Ricky Starks vs. Ethan Page (with Stokely Hathaway)


Starks’ ribs are taped up, and he’s clearly not 100%. The two competitors feel each other out, and Page targets the injured ribs. Starks takes the fight to Page and unloads on him in the corner. Page gains the upper hand as he continues to hone in on the ribs. He stomps on the ribs in the corner, but Starks floors him with a Spear out of nowhere. Starks leaves the ring, and Page slams him rib-first into the barricade. Page brings Starks back to the ring and continues to control the action. He squashes a brief surge of offense from Starks and drops him with a suplex. Starks keeps fighting, and he goes for a dive, but Hathaway pulls Page out of the way, so Starks lands hard on the floor. Starks hits a superplex, and both men down. Page counters the Roshambo and gets a two count with a powerslam.


Starks hits a Spear and follows that up with another before he pins Page for the win.


Winner: Ricky Starks


In a video package, Wardlow discusses losing the AEW TNT Championship at AEW Full Gear. He claims he’s still the TNT Champion.


Footage of Jade Cargill’s confrontation with Bow Wow plays. In an interview, Cargill refuses to give more clout to that “whack-ass” rapper. She says they’re going to have a celebration next week. Mark Sterling reads her official statement, which is simply “no comment.” Sterling then informs Kiera Hogan that she failed to live up to what was expected of her as a Baddie, so her services are no longer needed.


Best of Seven Series – Match Two: The Elite (Kenny Omega and The Young Bucks) vs. Death Triangle (Penta El Zero Miedo, Rey Fenix, and PAC)


The match quickly breaks down into a brawl. The Elite take control. The brawl spills out of the ring, and Nick takes Penta down with a hurricanrana. Fenix hits a corkscrew dive to the outside as the champions gain the upper hand. PAC and Omega feel each other out. Omega hits PAC in the face, and it rocks “The Bastard”, who’s dealing with a broken nose. Matt Jackson dives onto the Lucha Brothers at ringside. Omega grounds PAC. The Elite isolate the former AEW All-Atlantic Champion for several minutes. PAC rallies by reversing a triple-team move and sending Omega face-first into the Bucks’ boots. Omega bites PAC’s arm, but Penta tags in and clears house with a flurry of offense. Fenix tags in and takes the fight to the Bucks. Fenix drills Matt with a superkick. Omega hits a V-Trigger and a snap dragon suplex on PAC. The Elite take control again and hit stereo superkicks for a two count. Nick dives onto Fenix and Penta at ringside. Omega drills PAC with the V-Trigger. PAC reverses the One-Winged Angel and gets a two count with a GTS.


Fenix dives onto Nick and Omega at ringside. Matt kicks PAC below the belt when the referee isn’t looking. Nick gets the ring bell hammer, but Penta blasts him with a hammer. PAC pins him for the win.


Winners: Death Triangle (Penta El Zero Miedo, Rey Fenix, and PAC)


Renee Paquette announces that AEW has asked Thunder Rosa to forfeit the AEW Women’s Champion, and the “interim” has been dropped from Jamie Hayter’s AEW Interim Women’s World Championship. Britt Baker answers for Hayter when she’s asked how she feels. Baker hypes up Hayter and says they never considered the word “interim”.


Jamie Hayter and Britt Baker vs. Anna Jay A.S & Tay Melo vs. Willow Nightingale and Skye Blue


Jay and Melo control the action. Willow makes a hot tag and drills Jay A.S. with a big boot. She slams Anna and dumps Blue onto her with an assisted splash. Jay A.S. sends Willow to the outside. Melo slams her into the barricade. Jay A.S. takes control. Willow keeps fighting, but the JAS duo gains the upper hand again. Blue tags in and gains momentum with a flurry of offense. Baker tags in, and Willow slams her. The match breaks down into chaos as bodies are flying. Blue and Melo kick each other. Blue hits a Code Blue. Hayter hits a back-breaker. Baker pins Blue with a stomp.


Winner: Britt Baker and Jamie Hayter


Backstage, FTR speak highly of Top Flight. Darius and Dante Martin challenge them to a title match on Rampage.


The Acclaimed rap about AEW Full Gear. Billy Gunn takes the medical bandages off his hands, and the trio is about to scissor, but Jay Lethal interrupts, alongside Sonjay Dutt, Satnam Singh, and Jeff Jarrett. The legend says The Acclaimed should be watching their backs. Billy Gunn gets the video screen turned off and scissors Bowens and Caster.


ROH World Championship: Chris Jericho vs. Tomohiro Ishii


Jericho and Ishii trade blows, and the challenger wins the exchange. Jericho leaves the ring. He gets back in the squared circle and keeps trading blows with Ishii. The challenger continues to control the action, but Jericho stands right with him as they keep hitting each other. Jericho is bleeding, seemingly from the chest. Ishii destroys Jericho’s chest with a barrage of chops. Jericho won’t go down, as he keeps hitting Ishii. His chest is a bloody mess. Jericho gains the upper hand and punches Ishii in the corner. Ishii gets a two count with a powerbomb. Jericho rallies, but Ishii drops him with an elbow strike. Ishii dumps Jericho with a German suplex. Jericho fires back with two of his own. A Codebreaker earns Jericho a two count. Ishii floors Jericho with a headbutt and gets a two count with a sliding lariat. Jericho locks in the Walls and transitions to the Lion-Tamer. Ishii taps out.


Winner and still ROH World Champion: Chris Jericho


Jericho confronts broadcaster Ian Riccaboni, but Claudio Castagnoli with a right hand.