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Here's a place to check results and comment along with a new episode of AEW Dynamite, airing live in its regular Wednesday night at 8PM Eastern time slot on TNT.

Check out our Wednesday morning preview post to get caught up on what led up to, and what we're looking forward to on, tonight’s show.

This episode comes our way from Nashville Municipal Auditorium in Nashville, Tennessee. Advertised for tonight: AEW World champ Chris Jericho & Sammy Guevara challenge SCU for the World Tag Team titles, PAC and Hangman Page get a rubber match would will probably give Le Champeon his next challenger, everyone wants an explanation from MJF, and more!

Come right back here at 8 p.m. ET when the Dynamite live blog kicks off once the show starts on TNT. It will be below this line here. (REMINDER: NO GIFS OR PICS ARE ALLOWED IN THE COMMENTS SECTION. OFFENDERS WILL BE BANNED.)

Enjoy the show!


AEW DYNAMITE RESULTS AND LIVE BLOG FOR NOV. 13

Cain here filling in for the evening.

Dynamite begins with a Full Gear recap video. There’s nothing in it from the Omega/Moxley match, it appears.

JR welcomes us to Nashville. Dark Order vs. Jurassic Express is on the slate for tonight, along with Nyla Rose in action.

Here’s the recap of the Omega/Moxley match. The doctors tell Kenny Omega to take the week off and rest up, and Omega is informed that Jon Moxley came out of the match mostly fine.

Moxley will be in action next.

Jon Moxley vs. Michael Nakazawa

Nakazawa has the baby oil but tosses it away. Moxley shakes off a few punches and clotheslines Nakazawa. He proceeds to pummel Nakazawa in the corner. Nakazawa counters with a back elbow but is immediately put away with a weak-looking Paradigm Shift. Very quick match.

Jon Moxley defeats Michael Nakazawa.

Moxley has a mic, he says “That one counts, right?”

He says he delivered as promised at Full Gear and that Omega will never be the same again.

Mox calls Omega “one radical son of a bitch” and says he respects him. Nobody in that dressing room besides Omega has the balls to step up to him, but he’ll take down everyone one at a time until he’s the last man standing. Moxley calls anyone out to confront him, but you better kiss your loved ones goodbye and have an ambulance on speed dial.

Moxley drops the mic and leaves through the audience.


Here comes the Dark Order on their way to the ring.

Jurassic Express (Jungle Boy & Marko Stunt) vs. Dark Order (Evil Uno & Stu Grayson)

Marko begins the match with Grayson, who immediately tags out to Evil Uno. Lots of quick tags here in between dropkicks and whatnot. Stunt does the Floss but gets taken out by a boot from Uno. Uno to the top rope and nails a swanton on Stunt, who kicks out at two.

Action has slowed down now. Grayson over the top rope with a senton to Stunt on the ring apron. Stunt now getting double teamed in the corner. Uno no sells a couple punches and chops Stunt down. Marko is dragged back to the Dark Order’s corner as JR wonders if the little guy can survive, and we go to commercial break.

We’re back and Stunt is still isolated from his partner. He reverses Uno into a Flatliner and crawls for the tag. Jungle Boy is in and takes out Grayson with a suicide dive as the crowd chants his name. He takes Uno down with a running kick while trying to pin Uno in the middle of the ring. After running hot for a bit, Jungle Boy tags out to Stunt for some reason. Both members of Jurassic Express are in the ring and taking out Dark Order with tandem offense that I can’t keep up with.

Dark Order regains the upper hand and leaves Jungle Boy in a heap outside the ring. Stunt is taken down with a back breaker and then a Fatality for the pin.

Dark Order defeats Jurassic Express.

Evil Uno has a mic and is sitting on his minions. He tries to recruit Marko Stunt into the Dark Order, but it’s not happening. The creepers (there are at least six of them) jump Jungle Boy and Stunt and pound them into the ground while the crowd chants for Luchasaurus.

Luchasaurus comes out and the crowd is losing their mind! He comes down the ramp taking out one creeper at a time, with “Holy Shit” chants making their way through the arena.

Luchasaurus enters the ring and takes out three minions with one spinning back kick. Grayson is the only one left in the ring with the big man, and he eats a chokeslam and standing moonsault.

Luchasaurus embraces Jungle Boy and Marko Stunt while the crowd enthusiastically cheers this all on.


We are now greeted with a Shawn Spears entrance (with Tully Blanchard), who is in action next.

Peter Avalon (with Leva Bates) is on his way to the ring, and he berates the audience in Nashville while entering the ring.

Darby Allin is now out to complete the triple threat.

Darby Allin vs. Shawn Spears vs. Peter Avalon

Crowd is chanting “Let’s go Darby!”

Avalon dives face first into the mat from the top rope, and he is cleared from the ring.

Darby uses the ropes to pull off a crazy arm drag on Spears. Darby has the ring all to himself. But Spears tosses Allin off the buckle before he can launch a dive onto Avalon.

Joey Janela suddenly makes his way out and is brawling with Spears! Janela chases Spears through the audience, and we are left with just Allin and Avalon in the ring. There are no DQ‘s in a three-way match, so the fight continues on.

Allin puts Avalon away with a Coffin Drop.

Darby Allin defeats Shawn Spears and Peter Avalon.

Allin clearly has a death wish because he grabs a mic and says “Jon Moxley...I accept!”

And we go to break.


Back from commercial and Nyla Rose makes her entrance, with her opponent already in the ring.

Nyla Rose vs. Dani Jordan

This will probably be a squash, right?

Nyla misses a lunge in the corner but none of Jordan’s moves have any effect. She takes Jordan down with a big boot, but Jordan then counters a chokeslam and slaps Nyla in the face.

It doesn’t take much longer until Rose obliterates her opponent with a sit-out powerbomb for the pin.

Nyla Rose defeats Dani Jordan

The commentators say that the women’s division is on notice.


We get an update on Dustin Rhodes’ injury, who should be back in just under a month.

We’ll get a Dynamite Dozen Battle Royal next week on the show.

Tony Schiavone is on the ramp interviewing Allie.

Allie says she’s done well on Dark but wants to show what she can do on Dynamite.

The lights go out and here comes Awesome Kong, with Brandi Rhodes.

Allie offers a few preemptive strikes but to no avail. Kong easily takes Allie out on the ramp, while Brandi holds Allie’s hair. Kong cuts off and takes a chunk of Allie’s hair as the crowd boos.

Le Champion will be out next.


Chris Jericho makes his way to the ring by himself, with a huge smile on his face, and the AEW world championship on his shoulder.

He gloats about still being Le Champion and also the greatest of all-time. He demands a “Thank you” from every single member of the AEW roster, the back office, the front office, and the side office. He wants the “Thank you” from people that matter, not the jackasses in Nashville.

Jericho calls Cody an entitled millennial son of a bitch who isn’t as good as he thinks he is. The lights go out and here’s the entrance for Cody! But instead of Cody, it’s MJF who emerges! MJF makes his way to the ring while Cody’s music plays and the crowd boos.

There are thunderous boos and “Asshole” chants directed at MJF.

MJF says if he didn’t throw in the towel, Cody’s career would be over. The people boo him like he’s a villain, but the people have been cheering for the true villain (Cody) the whole time.

He says Cody couldn’t give less of a shit about any of these people. The real Cody only cares about himself. These sheep don’t want to believe it. Only MJF knows the real Cody, and the real Cody is a liar and an abuser. Cody saw MJF and just saw someone he could make into his puppet. Cody is a sociopath.

Crowd chants bullshit. MJF says what’s bullshit is the idea that Cody ever gave a damn about him. Cody didn’t want MJF under his wing, he just wanted MJF under his thumb. But his thumb ain’t big enough to hold MJF down, and now MJF is the new face of AEW. Because MJF is better than Cody, and Cody knows it.

MJF addresses “Christoper” in the ring and says Jericho would be on his third or fourth installment of his Mount Rushmore of wrestling. Jericho calls him Maxwell and they exchange rumors about MJF possibly joining the Inner Circle. MJF says he knows Jericho would love for him to join his Inner Circle Jerk, but just like all these inbred redneck hicks, Jericho likes drinking a little too much. The fastest rising star in pro wrestling (MJF) doesn’t need Chris Jericho.

Jericho says that MJF wants to be like Le Champion and points out their similarities. MJF’s parents clearly got horny when Jericho was beating Juventud Guerrera 25 years ago, and nine months later his twerp ass popped out.

Neither man will budge on inviting or accepting an invitation to the Inner Circle. They do the bit like Jericho and Kevin Owens did years ago with the “I know who the biggest jerk in AEW is”, teasing they will say each other, before exclaiming that it’s Cody and hugging.

Cody comes out and takes it to both men in the ring! Cody beats up both guys, but then gets ambushed from behind by Wardlow, in a suit and tie. Wardlow destroys Cody as the crowd boos. MJF directs Wardlow to snap Cody’s neck. Wardlow hangs Cody over the top rope by Cody’s tie as officials come from the back to break it up.

And we go to break.


We’re back and here’s the next match.

Adam Page vs. PAC

They immediately get down to business, with PAC launching twice onto Page outside the ring, including a moonsault. PAC already going for the Black Arrow but Page runs away. Suicide dive for Page onto the bastard. Page plants PAC with a powerbomb for a two count. The crowd chants “Cowboy Shit.”

They slow down now for a tiny bit, exchanging blows in the ring. PAC now with a springboard nothing into Page’s boot. Page sits PAC on the top buckle and climbs up with him. PAC punches Page down and then hits him with a dropkick from the top rope. The crowd chants “Bastard Shit.”

PAC with another dropkick for a two count.

Page is hit with some pump kicks but then slams PAC spine-first onto the apron. Now Page connects with a moonsault on the outside, and we go to break.

We’re back and Page is hammering PAC. Page lands a discus elbow strike but then gets german suplexed. There is a counter exchange and then Page nails PAC with a booming lariat with the upside down bump. Page catches PAC’s latest attempt at a sneaky low blow. Page superkicks PAC right in the face and PAC falls out of the ring. The crowd is chanting “This is awesome!”

PAC lures Page in for a repeat of the brainbuster chair spot from Full Gear, but Page is the one who hits the brainbuster this time. Page gets PAC back in the ring and hits the buck shot lariat, but PAC kicks out at 2.99999.

Page gets a little too wrapped up with the ref and falls victim to multiple kicks from PAC. PAC is now stomping Page into oblivion and ignoring the ref’s orders to stop. Page is motionless, Page goes to the top. He smashes Page with the Black Arrow on Page’s back, and then locks in the Brutalizer. Page is passed out.

PAC defeats Adam Page.

PAC holds the move for a while and then let’s go. He won the series over Page.


There’s suddenly a crazy brawl backstage between the Young Bucks and Proud -N- Powerful. Bucks put Ortiz through a table, but then Santana lands a splash onto the Bucks from a forklift.

They continue brawling and bust through a bathroom door, where Orange Cassidy happens to be chilling, minding his own business.

We go to break while the brawl spills out to the arena.

We’re back. Security is out but being assaulted in the chaos. Matt Jackson is down on the ramp in pain, with PnP standing tall. They drag Nick over to the set and beat Nick’s injured leg with the loaded sock. Now they have Matt and are spray painting a table with a bullseye. They lift Matt up and powerbomb him through the table, just like they did to the Rock ‘n’ Roll Express a few weeks back.

Brandon Cutler is out there trying to restore order, so they beat his ass too. He really should have known better.

Here comes Private Party! They shove PnP, but then officials finally break things up.

Private Party will have a match with Proud -N- Powerful next week. Moxley vs. Allin will also take place next week.


Here comes the AEW world tag team champs, SCU, for the main event match.

SCU is on the mic doing their schtick before we get to the match.

We go to break. There’s a commercial for Conan O’Brien’s show, which you should watch, because he’s awesome.

We’re back and here comes Guevara and Jericho, with separate entrances. Jake Hager is accompanying Jericho to the ring.

There’s a 60-minute time limit but only 12 minutes of TV time remaining.

SCU (Scorpio Sky & Frankie Kazarian) vs. Inner Circle (Chris Jericho & Sammy Guevara) [AEW world tag team championship match]

Kazarian kicks things off with Le Champion. Jericho raises his arms to show off his old man armpits.

Kazarian with two arm drags to take Chris down to the mat. Jericho fights his way back to his feet with multiple chops. Kazarian gets the better of the situation so Jericho runs off and tags the Spanish God. Scorpio Sky also tags in.

We get some tandem offense from SCU which involves Kazarian back as the legal man. Kazarian plants Guevara with a german suplex. SCU takes Jericho out as well, and the Inner Circle regroups on the outside as we go to the final commercial break.

And we’re back. Hager got a cheap shot in on Kazarian during the break and so now the Inner Circle is controlling the pace of the match.

Guevara poses like a jackass after hitting Kazarian with a dropkick. Now he has a reverse chinlock on Kazarian in the middle of the ring. The Spanish God then lands an impressive Spanish Fly but comes up empty on a Shooting Star Press. Kazarian rolls into the tag.

Sky is in there with a running back elbow to Guevara. A dropkick takes out Jericho for good measure. Scorpio with a spinebuster and then a neck breaker on Sammy G. Scorpio hits a ridiculous jumping cutter and locks in a camel clutch style dragon sleeper.

The champs are setting things up for SCU Later. Hager takes Kazarian out before it can happen, and Christopher Daniels goes after Hager. He pays for it, with Hager tossing Daniels into some chairs on the outside. JR calls Hager “Swagger” and then tries to talk his way out of it. Oops!

Inside the ring, Sky hits Jericho with a TKO, but Le Champion kicks out. Jericho misses a dropkick. Sky misses an elbow drop. Jericho’s lionsault is blocked. Sky goes for the cutter again but is reversed and then caught into a codebreaker. Sky kicks out at two, and then rolls Jericho up for the win!

SCU defeats the Inner Circle

Scorpio Sky is the first person to ever pin Chris Jericho in AEW. Jericho throws a tantrum outside the ring, swinging a chair at the post and tossing plunder around, as the show comes to an end.

That’s all, folks. Thanks for hanging out tonight during AEW Dynamite!