AEW Dynamite Results 11/13
That match headlined a show that also featured the rubber match between Hangman Page and Pac, an appearance by Jon Moxley following his horrific Lights Out match victory over Kenny Omega, and the fallout from MJF's shocking betrayal of "best friend" Cody.
Find out all that went down Wednesday night with this recap of the November 13 TNT broadcast.
Jon Moxley vs. Michael Nakazawa
He pummeled the outmatched opponent and put him away with the Paradigm Shift in short order.
After the match, the unpredictable madman of AEW addressed the Nashville fans. "I told you exactly what was going to happen at Full Gear and I delivered as promised, as advertised," he said as chants of 'Moxley' spilled from the stands.
Moxley vowed to burn AEW down and issued a challenge to anyone who wants to challenge the only man who presents "real danger." He ended with dare to survive before exiting through the stands.
Jon Moxley with the win.
Jurassic Express vs. The Dark Order
Stunt created separation coming out of the break, though, and Jungle Boy exploded into the match. He took the fight to Uno. Just as it appeared the heels had slowed the momentum, the babyfaces delivered a double superkick.
A near-fall was broken up by Uno, who shoved Jungle Boy into his own partner. On the floor, the the villains neutralized Jungle Boy and back inside, put Stunt away with the Fatality.
After the match, Uno recruited Stunt for The Dark Order. When he refused, a beatdown ensued that ended when Luchasaurus returned to a big pop and wiped out the heels and their minions.
The Dark Order with the win.
3-Way Match: Darby Allin vs. Peter Avalon vs. Shawn Spears
Leva Bates accompanied "The Librarian" Peter Avalon, and Tully Blanchard seconded Shawn Spears, but Darby Allin entered Wednesday's 3-Way bout with the support of the Nashville fans fueling him.
Avalon comically tried a dive early but Spears and Allin moved, leaving the loudmouthed villain to crash and burn in the center of the squared circle. The action ensued from there until "Bad Boy" Joey Janela hit the ring and fought Spears through the crowd, leaving Allin and Avalon to spar for the much-desired victory.
The face-painted babyface caught The Librarian with a stunner and delivered the Coffin Drop for pinfall victory.
After the match, the winner grabbed a microphone and accepted Moxley's challenge from earlier in the evening.
Darby Allin with the win.
Nyla Rose vs. Dani Jordan
The severely overpowered, undersized Jordan endured a brutal beatdown at the hands of her opponent. Rose hoisted Jordan overhead and flattened her with the Beast Bomb for an impressive, indecisive singles victory.
After the match, Tony Schiavone interviewed Allie, who was interrupted by the arrival of Awesome Kong and Brandi Rhodes. The dangerous duo left the smiling babyface lying and cut a lock of her hair off to end the segment.
Nyla Rose with the win.
Chris Jericho Speaks
A celebratory Chris Jericho took to the squared circle and was unabashed in his arrogance. He touted his victory and demanded thank yous from the fans and the AEW fans. He reaffirmed his belief that Cody is an "entitled Millennial bitch," to which The American Nightmare's music played.
Instead, MJF arrived, mocking his former friend's entrance to a chorus of boos. The chants of disdain continued as the entitled, scarf-wearing heel addressed the fans.
A scathing MJF cut a promo in which he claimed Cody did not care about him; the second-generation star cares only about himself and how he can use the people around him. He berated his former friend and ended by saying, "I'm better than you and you know it."
MJF and Jericho went back and forth on the former joining Inner Circle. MJF scoffed at the idea, to which Jericho noted the similarities between them. He cracked a joke about MJF's parents getting...excited...and watching him fight Juventud Guerrera 20 years ago on WCW Saturday Night.
The heels continued to bond until Cody appeared and unloaded on MJF. Jericho ducked out of the ring and the monstrous Wardlow debuted, bowling over Cody and proceeding to hang him from the top rope by his own necktie.
Referees hit the ring to break things up before helping the EVP of the company to the back.
"Hangman" Adam Page vs. Pac
The third singles bout between "Hangman" Adam Page and "The Bastard" Pac started hot for the latter, who launched himself off the top rope with a moonsault that wiped the double-tough Virginian out on the arena floor.
Page momentarily fended off the onslaught of his opponent but quickly found himself back on the defensive. That changed when Hangman dropped Pac spine-first on the ring apron and followed with a moonsault of his own heading into the break.
A series of strikes ensued coming out of the break, concluding with a snap German suplex by Pac. Page recovered and delivered a massive discus lariat that turned his opponent inside out. A series of reversals gave way to another attempted low blow by Pac, countered by an alert Page. Unfortunately for Hangman, Pac followed with an enzuigiri that stunned the babyface.
On the floor, Pac tried the same brainbuster from Full Gear, only for Page to counter with one of his own. Back inside, Page delivered the Buckshot Lariat but The Bastard kicked out. Pac feigned injury and blasted his opponent with two pump kicks.
He stomped at the back of Page's head, despite insistence from referee Bryce Remsburg, and scaled the ropes. He delivered the Black Arrow to a defenseless Page and segued into the Brutalizer. Remsburg called for the bell and awarded the match to the heel.
PAC with the win.
Santana and Ortiz Demolish The Young Bucks
A brawl between The Young Bucks and Proud and Powerful spilled from the backstage area and into the arena after the commercial break.
There, Santana and Ortiz blasted Matt Jackson with a sock full of baseballs, then teed off on extended knee of Nick.
The Inner Circle teammates produced a can of spray paint and drew a white circle on a piece of staging. They proceeded to hoist Matt overhead and powerbomb him through it. The tandem looked to add further punishment to the Bucks' suffering but Brandon Cutler made the save.
Unfazed, the heels beat on Cutler before standing tall. Their celebration was shot-lived as Private Party arrived on the scene.
AEW Tag Team Championship Match: SCU vs. Chris Jericho and Sammy Guevara
AEW world champion Chris Jericho and Sammy Guevara sought to continue The Inner Circle's dominance over AEW by adding the tag team titles to their stable. To do so, they would have to defeat the red-hot Frankie Kazarian and Scorpio Sky, reunited with SCU teammate Christopher Daniels after Full Gear.
Guevara's flashiness did not impress the champs early as Sky and Kazarian flattened him, then teed off on Jericho. SCU rolled heading into the night's final break.
The Spanish God finally created a break for himself, delivering a dropkick to Kazarian in the corner and arrogantly posing with Jericho, proud of his accomplishment. Kazarian, though, survived the brief onslaught and escaped a side suplex.
He tagged Sky into the match and the veteran competitor unloaded on the heels, looking to regain momentum for his team. A big neckbreaker earned him a two-count on Guevara. Sky continued his beatdown but Jericho cut him off.
At ringside, Jake Hager attacked Kazarian. Daniels tried to neutralize Hager but found himself disposed of into the guardrail. Back inside, Sky looked to continue his winning ways as he paired off with Jericho. He dropped the world champion with a big TKO but could not keep him down for a three.
A wild elbow drop missed, as did Jericho's attempt at a lionsault.
Jericho caught a soaring Sky with a Codebreaker but, again, only earned a near-fall. Sky would proceed to roll Jericho up with a small package to secure the win and successful title defense.
An irate champion threw a tantrum as SCU celebrated.
SCU with the win and still tag team champions.