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AEW Dynamite results, live blog (Mar. 10, 2021): Revolution fallout

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Here's a place to check results and comment along with a new episode of AEW Dynamite, airing tonight at 8 p.m. Eastern 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 Jacksonville, Florida, and will feature all the fallout from a Revolution PPV that had the whole wrestling world talking! Christian Cage’s first AEW promo! Follow-up on Kenny Omega’s dud! Plus, Darby Allin defends the TNT championship against Scorpio Sky, Matt Jackson & Rey Fenix square off ahead of The Young Bucks/Death Triangle Tag title bout, Hikaru Shida teams with Thunder Rosa & Ryo Mizunami against Dr. Britt Baker, Maki Itoh & Rebel Nyla Rose, the Inner Council hold a war council, Ethan Page demands a singles match, 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.

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Enjoy the show!


Good evening! Welcome to our show! If you’ve got that problem, well I think that you should know— this ain’t the same old story, or the same old song and dance. Don’t speak of faded glory, ‘cause you won’t get a second chance. I want to tell you something, and that’s that I’m here to liveblog this pro wrestling show for you, folks.

Matt Jackson vs. Rey Fenix

The show opens with the intro video.

Mat grappling to start, jockeying over a wristlock with neither man able to gain a firm advantage, Fenix pops off a dropkick and they stare each other down. Rey turns up the heat with some lucha libre and Jackson bails to the floor! Tijeras off the apron to chase him down, back inside, duck a lariat and Fenix hits the springboard headbutt! Plancha to the floor and Rey follows it up with the tope con giro!

Looking for a quick pin, Matt kicks out and Fenix lands a superkick! Jackson getting back in the fight, action to the floor, back inside, kneeling rear chinlock applied. Staying on him, Sharpshooter applied but Rey quickly gets the ropes! Fenix with a missile dropkick for some separation, and both men are down and out. Back to their feet, face to face, trading punches, tilt-a-whirl into a spin-out bulldog... NOPE!

Rope walk kick denied, Jackson slingshots in with a flip piledriver! Fenix to the floor... MATT HITS ANOTHER FLIP PILEDRIVER! Back in, happy to take the count-out, Rey returns, Jackson off the top with a diving elbow drop... AND FENIX KICKS OUT! He follows it up by reapplying the Sharpshooter in the middle of the ring, Rey fading, trying to crawl for the ropes, in absolute agony and he manages to crawl enough to knock Matt off-balance and force him to break the hold!

A third Sharpshooter denied, Jackson sidesteps a dropkick and Fenix goes through the ropes and takes Nick Jackson out at ringside! Matt goes to ringside to take PAC out with a superkick before he can go after his brother, back inside, trading punches, jockeying for position, Jackson with a superkick, Tiger Feint, Fenix shrugs off another superkick and hits an enzuigiri to leave both men down and out!

Back to their feet, trading kicks, stereo superkicks clash, Matt gets him up for the Tombstone but Fenix reverses...

Rey Fenix wins by pinfall with the Fenix Driver.

Commentary hypes up tonight’s show.

We get a video from Eddie Kingston and Jon Moxley.

Eddie says he’s got the explanation we wanted— when he saw the countdown and the flashes he had a flashback to the worst anxiety, when he was under arrest and about to be taken off to Sing-Sing, and he blacked out. Go ahead, call him a coward, he’s not talking to you, he’s talking to people that know where he’s coming from. Kenny Omega thinks this is a game? He didn’t scar his hands playing video games.

You think you’re the Joker, you think you’re funny? Mox says he thinks Kenny was really trying to blow him up, and they come to the conclusion that Impact paid for the bomb. Jon asks if the box said ACME and says he had high school science projects that were more explosive, and all he got was this goofy t-shirt. He didn’t win the title, but he did get his drinking buddy back.

They bicker all friendly about whether or not Kingston could have come out to help him sooner and Mox tells Omega he just made a big mistake and if he brings a weapon he needs to be ready to use it.

And on that “one promo fixed everything and you should never doubt Eddie Kingston” note, we go to break.

Cody Rhodes vs. Seth Gargis

This is a squash...

Cody Rhodes wins by submission with the figure four leglock.

Post-match, Tony Schiavone interviews Cody about his injured shoulder.

Before Rhodes can really answer, Penta el Zero M gets up from the Spanish commentary desk and calls him out. He tells Cody to shut and asks Alex Marvez to translate, saying that he’s a thousand times better than Cody and that if Cody is the Prince of Pro Wrestling, then he’s the Lord of Lucha Libre. Penta switches to English and laughs at Rhodes calling himself the American Nightmare.

He reminds Cody that he lost at Revolution, and if he was just the two of them he would have lost more than the match. Marvez translates again and tells Rhodes that he’s lucky Penta didn’t focus on his arm more, because if he did, he wouldn’t be able to pick up his newborn baby. Cody’s had enough and he jumps the guardrail to attack Penta!

The locker room empties to pull them apart!

Cut to Chuck Taylor hanging out with Orange Cassidy in an arcade.

Chuck enumerates the many wrongs Miro has done to them and asks for one more match, and if they lose he’ll give him what he wants and be his butler for good. But Cassidy came up with a great stipulation— arcade machines at ringside so they can put Miro and Kip Sabian’s heads through all of them, one by one.

And so we go to break.

Back from commercial, Tony Schiavone introduces Sting for an interview.

He starts by putting Darby Allin over as a dangerous man who takes big risks, and soon gets interrupted.

Lance Archer and Jake “the Snake” Roberts come out with Lance saying if he’s not given time, he’s going to take it, and if he doesn’t start getting the opportunities he deserves, he’s going to take more than time. Tony tells him this is Sting’s time and he mock apologizes before taking his leave.

QT Marshall and Lee Johnson are interviewed backstage.

QT admits he’s only human and he’ll deal with the fallout of losing his temper in the tag battle royal later, but for right now it’s Lee Johnson’s time.

“All Ego” Ethan Page gets an inset promo but it’s hard to tell what he’s saying because the audio is garbled, but it seems to be standard introductory “I’m Ethan Page and I’m here for my spotlight” type stuff.

“All Ego” Ethan Page vs. Lee Johnson

Page slugging Johnson down in the early goings, whip across, up and over, shove off, leapfrog, drop down, dropkick! All Ego gets him in the ropes, more strikes, suplex lift, float over, waistlock, back elbow and Ethan explodes with a lariat after! Boot up, into the corner, back elbows and we go to break.

Back from commercial, Page is in control with a waistlock, trading right hands, back suplex, Johnson lands on his feet and follows it with a jumping neckbreaker! Elbows to try and block a back suplex lift but Lee hits the Blue Thunder Driver... ALL EGO KICKS OUT! Headed up top, jockeying for position, Ethan hits a release body slam off the top! Following it up with RKEGO... NO GOOD!

Lee comes up lame on one leg, Tan Sheamus connects and referee Bryce Remsburg warns Page for attacking while he was checking on Johnson! Getting him up...

“All Ego” Ethan Page wins by pinfall with a crucifix powerbomb.

Post-match, putting boots to Johnson, QT Marshall makes no move to intervene but Dustin Rhodes makes the save!

We get an interview with “Hangman” Adam Page where he rolls up in a fancy riding lawn mower and talks about all the cool stuff he’s bought with Matt Hardy’s money, although he gave most of it to an education fund.

The Dark Order roll up, John Silver asks if there’s room for more and Page lets them all get on, except for Alan “5” Angels, because there’s a weight limit. Hangman and the Dark Order drive off for ice cream and we go to break.

Back from commercial, Tony Schiavone is ready to interview Christian Cage.

Except he’s interrupted by Kenny Omega’s dancers and his whole entrance.

Don Callis and the Good Brothers join him in the ring. Callis gets on the mic and says we’re not going to get to hear from Christian because the four of them call the shots around here, so they’re taking this time for themselves. He puts Kenny over as the greatest wrestler to ever live and also the king of the deathmatch. Omega makes like he’s blading and then they bring up the explosion.

They’ve taken a lot of heat the last few days, blamed for us not getting the giant explosion we thought we wanted, and he’s neither going to confirm nor deny whether they had anything to do with that, but it made them happy to take it away from us regardless. Tony Khan likes to make great memories, Kenny Omega and the Invisible Hand take away great moments.

They win because Moxley and Kingston look like idiots, and they walk away with the title and do what they always do, win. Omega takes over and says Eddie’s turn was the cherry on top, to see him cover Moxley and “dry hump” him in the middle of the ring while the sparklers went off, and that’s a memory they’ll never forget.

Enter Eddie Kingston.

Don starts talking about how he thought he had it all when he worked for Impact, but why did he have to fire him? He did the same thing at Impact, working for Callis, that he did his entire life— he found a way to screw his success up before it happened, and he did it again at Revolution. But because he likes Eddie and they have history, he’s going to give him ten seconds to get out of here with his pride intact, before these guys kick his ass.

A countdown plays much like at Revolution and Kenny frantically begs Callis to 69 him (c’mon with the gay jokes, Kenny, you’re better than this) and they all have a good laugh while Kingston fumes. Omega asks Kingston what he’s hoping to accomplish and offers him a free shot on the champion. KING DROPS HIM! THE GOOD BROTHERS JUMP HIM AND JON MOXLEY MAKES THE SAVE!


Omega’s alone in the ring and Christian stares him down, advancing on the ring. They stare each other down and Kenny runs his mouth before offering a handshake. Cage scoffs visibly, Kenny tries to cheap shot him but Christian has him up for the Unprettier! Don Callis pulls Kenny out of the ring before it hits! Cage picks the AEW World Championship up and considers it.

And so we go to break.

Dr. Britt Baker, DMD, Maki Itoh, & Nyla Rose vs. Hikaru Shida, Ryo Mizunami, & Thunder Rosa

The babyface team attacks while Maki Itoh is still singing her entrance song! She finishes the whole thing while her partners get beaten down and then spikes the microphone into Shida’s dome!

In the ring, we get a bell, Itoh with a Kokeshia but Hikaru rolls away! Whip reversed, running back elbow, Maki with corner punches and theatrics, Shida gets away and tags Mizunami in. Machine gun chops, a big lariat, and both teams make tags. Rosa with strikes and a dropkick on Rose, off the ropes, Vickie Guerrero running interference and the Native Beast clobbers her from behind!

Drawing Thunder up, whip into the corner and we go to break.

Back from commercial, the babyfaces have turned the tide and are running roughshod over Baker. The match breaks down into “everybody do something cool” territory, Rosa clobbering Britt in the corner, dumping her to the floor, headed up top... TORNILLO OFF THE TOP AND TO THE FLOOR! Itoh legal, tornado DDT connects, Rebel up on the apron with the crutch, Thunder intercepts, Maki off the ropes, Rosa catches her...

Hikaru Shida, Ryo Mizunami, & Thunder Rosa win by pinfall with an Emerald Flowsion from Rosa on Maki Itoh.

Post-match, Baker attacks Rosa and puts her in Lockjaw!

Matt Hardy and Private Party are hanging out at a bar somewhere.

Hardy’s been reflecting and they need to bring more money in. What Adam Page did to him was criminal, like some kind of bizarro Robin Hood, and sure he stole a safe but he’s got more than enough money to sustain business through April 1, so he’s added a new unit, signed to a big money deal, and he brings them right out— Butcher and the Blade (and the Bunny!), and they’re going to help him make the Dark Order pay.

And so we go to break.

Darby Allin (c) vs. Scorpio Sky (AEW TNT Championship)

Fist bump, circling, collar and elbow, stalemate. Back to the lockup, Allin with a side headlock takeover, drop toehold, hammerlock, back and forth in the grappling, Sky gets dumped to the floor. Darby slides out after, Scorpio back in, jockeying for position over the ropes, Allin slingshots in but he comes up lame in the ankle! Sky capitalizes, uppercut for two, a big backbreaker follows and he keeps it on as a hold as we go to break!

Back from commercial, Sky has a Cobra Twist on but Allin fights out of it! Whip reversed, prawn hold from the champion for a deep two! Scorpio with a hard right hand, wristlock, Darby goes under, Diamond Dust! Cover... NOPE! Roll away, Yoshi Tonic, another tight nearfall! Boots up in the corner, roll over, Sky catches him with a boot to the face and lays him out again!

Allin wrenches the fingers to try and block but Scorpio German suplexes him into the turnbuckles! Sending Sky to the floor, Darby runs the ropes... SUICIDE DIVE COUNTERED INTO AN ACE CRUSHER! Back inside, cover... ALLIN KICKS OUT! Cravate knees, crossleg brainbuster... NO GOOD! Sky with a powerbomb as a counter but he can’t do the deal! Fireman’s carry, TKO reversed...

Darby Allin wins by pinfall with an inside cradle to retain the AEW TNT Championship.

Post-match, a frustrated Scorpio Sky locks a heel hook in and tries to cripple Allin! Referees pull him off and he looks at his hands, a grin spreading across his face!

Commentary hypes up next week’s card, titled St. Patrick’s Day Slam and featuring Kingston & Mox vs. Good Brothers, Cody vs. Penta, Jurassic Express & Bear Country vs. Matt Hardy’s goons, Jade Cargill in action, and an unsanctioned lights out main event between Britt Baker and Thunder Rosa!

And so we go to break.

Back from commercial, the Inner Circle make their entrance, Chris Jericho and Maxwell Jacob Friedman all smiles and flanked by Ortiz, Santana, and Jake Hager.

Y2J says when any great army needs to change their course, they have a war council to determine the best way to carry on. The Inner Circle’s been in decline but it’s easily remedied because they’re the smartest in the business today. So it’s time for a new attitude, a new outlook, maybe even a new member.

MJF pipes up and says with all due respect, he doesn’t think they need a new member and if he’s being honest he thinks it’s time to let somebody go.

Enter Sammy Guevara.

Jericho asks what he’s doing and Sammy says he knows he’s the last person he wants to see and he’s not happy, but he needs to show him something. Chris says he’s got a lot of guts and he meant it when he said he’s dead to him, but Guevara begs off and says he just wants Jericho to look at the screen.

A video of Sammy placing a camera in the Inner Circle’s dressing room follows, and MJF rolls up on Ortiz, Santana, and Hager to say it’s time for the Inner Circle to have new leadership and it’s time to cut the head off the snake and get rid of Chris Jericho. They fist bump on it and Friedman leaves.

Back in the ring, Max says he didn’t want Chris to find out this way, but oh well, and he calls for PNP and Jake to attack Jericho! They’re slow to advance because he’s got the bat... AND THEY TURN ON MJF AND FACE HIM INSTEAD! Max begs off, Jericho tells him to shut up and asks if he really thinks they don’t talk to each other every day. They were waiting for him to hang himself, and since he was the one to bring him in, he’s going to be the one to put him out, and he shoves Friedman into the turnbuckles!

On behalf of Chris Jericho and the Inner Circle, his ass is fired! And on top of that, they’re gonna give him an old-school Inner Circle beatdown! MJF begs off frantically, swearing to god that he didn’t want to take over the Inner Circle because he was too busy building his own.

The lights go down!


Jericho, bleeding from the forehead, crawls for Floyd but MJF steps on his hand and Tully Blanchard hands him Floyd! Y2J drags himself up MJF’s body and eats a bat shot to the ribs and then one to the face knocks him through the ropes and onto the stage! They drag Jericho’s carcass across the stage, Wardlow cltuches him... RELEASE POWERBOMB OFF THE STAGE!

Maxwell Jacob Friedman and his boys stand tall on the stage.

That’s the show, folks.

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