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AEW Dynamite results, live blog (June 15, 2022): Road Rager

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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 pm ET on TBS.

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 week’s show comes our way from the Chaifetz Arena in St. Louis. Jurassic Express put their Tag titles on the line against The Young Bucks in a Ladder Match! Plus, Chris Jericho takes on Ortiz in a hair vs. hair match that’s part of the build to Blood & Guts, Jon Moxley & Hiroshi Tanahashi come face-to-face ahead of their Interim AEW World title match on June 26, Miro takes on Ethan Page to see who advances to Forbidden Door’s All-Atlantic championship match, Dax Harwood locks up with New Japan’s Will Ospreay, Toni Storm rematches with Owen winner Dr. Britt Baker, D.M.D., Wardlow goes against 20 security professionals in “Class Action” elimination match mandated by Smart Mark Sterling, Esquire... and more!

Come right back here at 8 pm ET when the Dynamite live blog kicks off once the show starts on TBS. It will be below this line here.

Enjoy the show!


Neither maiden, nor mother, no maiden, no mother, no crone. She’s working on some other angle but what that is I don’t know. Is it vengeance, damnation, madness, folly, or jest? She’s looking like the independent woman motivated to give you no rest, but me? I’m just here to liveblog this pro wrestling show for you, folks.

The show opens with the intro video.

Chris Jericho vs. Ortiz (Hair vs. Hair Match)

Ortiz with a nearfall early off a lariat, action to the floor, whipping Jericho into a barricade, biting his forehead and then throwing him into the barber’s chair! Back inside, up top and jockeying for position, Chris goes for the avalanche Frankensteiner but Angel counters to a short powerbomb!

Falling headbutt for two, Jericho gets a brainbuster off the apron right after and we go to break.

Back from commercial, Ortiz gets an Ace Crusher out of the turnbuckles... NOPE! Walls of Jericho reversed into a pin, only two, jockeying over a suplex, Ortiz snaps off a DDT but he’s slow to capitalize and Y2J kicks out! Codebreaker gets two, backslide, no dice, Frankensteiner reversed back into the Walls!

Eddie Kingston and the Jericho Appreciation Society brawl at ringside, Santana and Wheeler YUTA run in to even the odds, Eddie slides in the ring... BACKFIST TO THE FUTURE! JERICHO IS OUT! Ortiz crawls to the pin... CHRIS JERICHO KICKS OUT! Jake Hager tries to run in, Fuego del Sol slides in and cracks Ortiz with the bat while the referee is distracted...

Chris Jericho wins by pinfall with a lateral press, taking Ortiz’s hair.

Post-match, Jericho and Fuego embrace, and Fuego del Sol unmasks himself... IT’S ACTUALLY SAMMY GUEVARA!

Ortiz takes the clippers from the barber and Eddie Kingston demands a microphone. Ortiz cuts his hair with scissors before taking the clippers to himself as Eddie reminds us that he’s a man of his word and this ain’t done. Blood and Guts!

We get a People’s Court-themed recap of the events that lead to our 20-on-1 class action settlement match.

20 Security Guards vs. Wardlow (Class Action Settlement Elimination Match)

Wardlow blasts several guards off the apron right away! The remaining guards swarm him and he does a big man kickout, scattering them to the winds! One of them grabs his leg, Mr. Mayhem picks him up and powerbombs him into elimination!

Another guard slides in, he steps on one for a pinfall elimination, another one taps, he slams a bunch of them and stacks them up to eliminate four more in one go! Powerbombing them as they come, he stacks ‘em up and another three are gone in one pass! Lariat, spinebuster, powerbomb, powerbomb, another four down!

Seven left, more powerbombs, one guy bravely comes off the top but Wardlow catches him and powerbombs him into the rest of them...

Wardlow wins, last eliminating seven guys at once and determining the lawsuit in his favor with many, many powerbombs.

Post-match, Wardlow throws “Smart” Mark Sterling in the ring and Dan Lambert gets on the mic to tell him to look over his shoulder because you mess with American Top Team and they’ll get you.

Tyrone Woodley and Matt Hughes are in the front row and Dan tells them to go in the ring and take out the garbage. Wardlow asks if they’re from St. Louis and says as a fellow hard-working midwesterner he knows they’re smarter than to take orders from some asshole.

They can fight if they want, but he thinks they’re cut from the same cloth, and indeed Woodley throws Sterling into Wardlow, who powerbombs him!

And so we go to break.

Dax Harwood vs. Will Ospreay

Collar and elbow, Ospreay with a wristlock, wrenching it in, Harwood rolls through, reverses, but Will springs away. Dax with a side headlock, shot off, shoulder block, drop down, leapfrog, Ospreay snaps off a tijeras! Kneeling armbar, Harwood gets out and destroys him with heavy chops in the corner!

Headlock takeover, whip across, back body drop, jockeying for position over a suplex, end up on the apron, Dax with more chops, brainbuster blocked, Will trips him up in the ring skirt! Shotgun dropkick into the steel steps and we go to break!

Back from commercial, Harwood with rolling German suplexes, five in total! Headed up top, Ospreay rolls away from the diving headbutt, springboard 450 splash... NOPE! Will back up top, Dax meets him with chops, back and forth, Ospreay falls down to the apron! Harwood draws him back up and gets under him... CROSSBODY REVERSES THE SUPERPLEX! REVERSED TO A SMALL PACKAGE! ONLY TWO!

Front kick, powerbomb, jackknife, reversed, Will kicks out! Ospreay nails him with an elbow... SO CLOSE! OsCutter blocked, forearms, slingshot powerbomb but Will pops out to his feet! Roundhouse kick, OsCutter, blocked again, electric chair, swing him around, slingshot powerbomb... OSPREAY KICKS OUT!

Headbutts on their knees, forearms on their feet, Scorpion kick gets a vicious lariat! Block a lariat, Liger Bomb, Dax kicks out! Springboard, OsCutter... HARWOOD WON’T STAY DOWN! Lining it up...

Will Ospreay wins by pinfall with the Hidden Blade.

Post-match the rest of UNITED EMPIRE get in the ring but Cash Wheeler and Roppongi Vice are right behind them to try and even the odds! A brawl breaks out, the heels have the advantage... ORANGE CASSIDY IS BACK!

Everyone else disperses and Cassidy slides in the ring to confront Ospreay. The rest of the babyfaces are behind him, Will bails, and we have a presumptive match built for Forbidden Door.

A video package for the Interim AEW World Championship match between Jon Moxley and Hiroshi Tanahashi follows and we go to break.

Back from commercial, Jon Moxley and Hiroshi Tanahashi make their entrances.

They go face-to-face and Jon gets on the mic, saying he’s been chasing him for a long time and now here he is in all of his glory. He’s chased him across Japan, to New Japan STRONG, wrestling KENTA in an empty warehouse, from day one his time in New Japan has always been about Tanahashi.

There are a lot of titles in wrestling, a lot of tournaments, but only one man they call Ace, and that’s Tanahashi. But not for long. He deserves respect, he’s an inspiration to generations and to Moxley himself, but it’s a fact and not a catchphrase when he says he is, right now, the best professional wrestler on the planet.

Lots of folks are just pretending, but he lives it, night in and night out, and there’s a lot more on the line at Forbidden Door than just an interim title. Jon’s putting everything on the line that he’s worked the last three years for. Hiroshi’s busted neck, busted knees, all that is on the line because he plays for keeps.

When the dust settles, Tanahashi-san is going to call Moxley “Ace.”

Enter Chris Jericho, flanked by Sammy Guevara and Tay Conti.

Jericho says the only reason Moxley is in the ring is because he wasn’t here last week, and this is his spot and he knows it. He threatens to spike his eye again or launch a fireball and reminds Tanahashi that he beat him in the Tokyo Dome two years ago. Hiroshi tells Chris to shut up and Y2J sics his stable on them, but Lance Archer and El Desperado attack Mox and Tanahashi from behind!

Jericho formally welcomes Sammy and Tay to the JAS and talks about how much sex they have, to which they oblige by smooching. Chris talks up Archer and Despy and says they’re on loan from Minoru Suzuki, who he’ll be tagging with— Suzuki, Guevara, and Jericho vs. Moxley’s young boy YUTA, his other son Shota Umino, and because he can’t wait to get his hands on him again, that piece of trash Eddie Kingston.

Tanahashi and Moxley clear the ring and stare each other down.

We get a dueling promos video package for Bobby Fish vs. Darby Allin on Rampage, and we go to break.

Back from commercial, Toni Storm is interviewed backstage.

She points out that being a dentist makes Britt Baker a smart woman, but she dropped out of school at fifteen and she’s smart enough not to play the games that Britt is playing. She’s gonna take the womens division where it belongs, and she’s gonna do that by winning the world title.

“All Ego” Ethan Page vs. Miro (AEW All-Atlantic Championship Tournament First Round Match)

Circling, Page immediately bails to the floor, Miro gives chase and All Ego cuts him off at the pass and beats him down! Duck a lariat, leg kicks, bicep kick, throwing him into the turnbuckles, wrenching the Redeemer’s arm over the ropes for the full five count! Short-arm shoulder thrust, shoulder armbreakers, knee lift, whip reversed, Miro with a lariat!

Nursing the injured arm, stomping Ethan’s hand, going to work on his arm, Page bails to the floor and we go to break.

Back from commercial, Miro in control, clubbing blows in the ropes but Page wraps his arm around the rope to counter! Throwing the Redeemer into the steel steps, smashing his face in, pouncing him into them good and hard! Back inside and up top, diving elbow for a nearfall!

All Ego to the ropes, RKEgo... NOPE! Clutching Miro’s wrists, demanding that he pray to him, the Redeemer chuckles and reverses the grip! Headbutt and a huge tossing belly-to-belly suplex! Another one, Miro’s fired up, charging in, shoulder block, huge Shinjiro Ohtani spinning wheel kick!

Tuning up the band, Dan Lambert runs interference but the Machka Kick lands true anyway! Calling for it, Game Over, falling back...

Miro wins by submission with Game Over.

A Dante Martin video package follows, hyping up a match for him against Jon Moxley at Rampage.

Dr. Britt Baker, DMD vs. Toni Storm

Storm bringing it to Baker, sending her to the floor, following after, where Britt gets a forearm of her own and puts Toni into the ringpost! Rebel and Jamie Hayter run interference, back inside, Storm with a diving crossbody for two! Rebel on the apron, Hayter trips Toni up and pulls her to the floor!

Thunder Rosa comes down to even the odds and chases Jamie to the back as we go to break!

Back from commercial, Baker in control, nearfall off a boot, drawing her up, Storm turns her around and hits a tornado DDT! Britt to the floor, a tornado DDT to the floor, back inside, German suplex and Toni CRUSHES the good doctor’s head in the turnbuckles with her ass!

Referee Paul Turner checking on her, Britt was just playing possum, eye poke and a cradle... NOPE! Fisherman neckbreaker... STILL NO! The glove is on, but Toni is ready, low-angle German suplex sets her up...

Toni Storm wins by pinfall with Storm Zero.

Post-match, Thunder Rosa returns to the stage to hold the title up and point at Storm.

Stokely Hathaway is interviewed backstage.

He has breaking news— on Friday, Jade Cargill has issued an open challenge and he’ll be on commentary and getting two paychecks.

Willow Nightingale rolls up and he thinks she wants to be a baddie. She’s confused that he doesn’t recognize her but waves it off and says she’s trying to prove herself, so she wants to accept the open challenge. Stokely says that’s crazy as hell but he’ll see her on Friday.

“Hangman” Adam Page makes his entrance and gets on the mic.

He says he called out Kazuchika Okada because he wanted a match against him and his title match, but as a self-professed occasional dumbass, he didn’t take into account that Okada might lose the title, as he did this weekend to “Switchblade” Jay White.

But the sentiment hasn’t changed, and the challenge still stands—

Adam Cole makes his entrance and cuts him off.

Cole congratulates White but says he won’t challenge for the IWGP World Heavyweight Championship at Forbidden Door, because it’s not about AEW or NJPW, it’s about Undisputed Elite and Bullet Club, and that means Adam Cole vs. Jay White. And Okada’s not even gonna be there, but there’s someone here tonight that would love to come say hello...

Enter “Switchblade” Jay White, sliding in behind Page and hitting Blade Runner on him!

He cuts a promo and says he won’t be putting the IWGP World Heavyweight Championship on the line it won’t be against Page. And it won’t be against Cole, either. He holds the prize, he holds the power, and the title means the world breathes with the Switchblade.

And so we go to break.

Jurassic Express (“Jungle Boy” Jack Perry & Luchasaurus) (c) vs. Young Bucks (Matt & Nick Jackson) (AEW World Tag Team Championship Ladder Match)

Bucks wipe Perry out, go to work on Luchasaurus but he overpowers them and goes to the floor for a ladder. Dropkick puts him into the barricade, Jungle Boy and Nick at it, double jump Frankensteiner off a ladder! Jack climbs, Matt cuts him off, right hand, whip across, Perry pops up and climbs and they fight on the ladder!

Nick clocks Jungle Boy and knocks him off the ladder, Luchasaurus with double goozles but the Bucks slip out and stagger him with kicks before ramming him with the ladder! Dinosaur ducks under, kicks the ladder out of their hands, back body drop sets up a Demolition Decapitation on Nick!

Bucks recover, lean a ladder in the corner, whip, Perry climbs it and hits a springboard crossbody! Back body drop to Nick to the floor, Matt catches Jack with the rolling northern lights suplexes into the ladder! Nick dives on Luchasaurus, Matt has Perry, dinosaur saves boy, big suplex takes Nick back inside!

Assisted Frankensteiner over the ropes puts Matt Jackson through the table! Trying it again on the other side and Nick powerbombs Jack through the table! Back inside, flip piledriver, Penalty Kick, Nick running hot, headed up top... 450 SPLASH PUTS LUCHASAURUS THROUGH THE TABLE AND SENDS US TO BREAK!

Back from commercial, Jungle Boy fighting both Bucks, block a kick, superkick of his own, quebrada... SUPERKICK PARTY PLUCKS HIM OUT OF MIDAIR! Luchasaurus ducks a superkick party, kicks of his own, chokeslam on Matt, and he chokeslams Nick into the ladder! Slingshot to the apron, moonsault to the floor takes both Bucks out!

Luchasaurus climbing the ladder with Matt on his back, Jungle Boy swats Jackson off with a shorter ladder and sets it up, climbing. All four men atop two ladders and brawling, one by one they fall, Luchasaurus gets hands on the belts but the Bucks pull him down and powerbomb him into a ladder!

Poison Frankensteiner takes Jungle Boy out, dino takes punches on a table, Matt up top... DIVING ELBOW TO THE FLOOR AND THROUGH THE TABLE! Perry gets a German suplex on Nick, climbing, Matt right next to him, both men struggling, Jack tries to cut him off and hits an Everest German suplex on him!

Nick back up and climbing, Perry right with him, Matt recovers, they want the BTE Trigger on a ladder but Jungle Boy knocks their ladder over! They knock him over as well, all three of them down and out and Luchasaurus climbs but the Bucks cut him off at the last second and knock him clean out of the ring and through a stack of tables!

Jungle Boy atop a ladder, Bucks pull him down, BTE Trigger connects! Bloodied and battered, the Young Bucks climb...

Young Bucks win by retrieving the titles to become the new AEW World Tag Team Champions.

Post-match, Christian Cage checks on Luchasaurus while the Bucks celebrate their win.

Christian goes in the ring with Perry, helping the ringside doc help him out... BEFORE PULLING HIM IN THE RING AND HITTING THE KILLSWITCH! He gets a chair and sets it under Jungle Boy’s head, another chair in hand... CON-CHAIR-TO!

That’s the show, folks.

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