The main event of tonight’s (Nov. 11) episode of Dynamite was a brother versus brother match, Rey Fenix vs. Penta El Zero M.
Fenix pinned his brother a few weeks ago, and Penta was willing to do anything to even the score. That included an attempt to yank his brother’s mask off, which is blasphemous.
All’s fair in love and war, so Fenix returned the favor by ripping away at Penta’s mask.
Penta took things to the extreme with a package piledriver on the ring frame, and that was the beginning of the end for Fenix. Penta went on to win the match.
Eddie Kingston hit the ring afterwards. He kicked Fenix out of the ring, dismissing him as dead weight, and praised Penta’s status as his best friend.
That’s when the bastard PAC returned and let Eddie Kingston know that he made a huge mistake:
When we last saw PAC inside an AEW ring, before the coronavirus pandemic changed the landscape of pro wrestling, he was in a stable with the Lucha Bros known as Death Triangle. With PAC stuck overseas for the last eight months, Eddie Kingston slipped in the back door and stole the Lucha Bros away from him, and then tried to split them up on Dynamite tonight. It looks like PAC takes offense to everything that went down in his absence, and is intent on punishing Kingston.
Are you excited to see PAC back in an AEW ring?
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