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AEW Dynamite results, live blog (July 6, 2022): Two title matches

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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 Blue Cross Arena at the War Memorial in Rochester, New York. We’re getting two championship matches, as Jon Moxley puts the interim World title on the line against Royal Rampage winner Brody King, and TNT champ Scorpio Sky defends against Wardlow in a Street Fight! Plus, the nefarious Christian Cage & Luchasaurus will be on hand, Swerve in our Glory battles The Butcher & The Blade, Thunder Rosa & Toni Storm try to co-exist as they go against Nyla Rose & Marina Shafir... 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!


AEW DYNAMITE RESULTS AND LIVE BLOG FOR JULY 6

Your last supper is my nativity scene, apologies to the diehard but you’re a fan of misfortune. Do you ask the ground the fall away as a symbol of grief every time someone dies on it? I said it before, I’m here to liveblog this here pro wrestling show for you, folks.

The show opens with the intro video.

Scorpio Sky (c) vs. Wardlow (AEW TNT Championship Street Fight)

Wardlow throwing his strength around early, big shoulder block, but the action goes to the floor and Sky throws him into the steps and the barricade and American Top Team descends on Mr. Mayhem to beat him down and send us to break!

Back from commercial, jockeying for position over the turnbuckles, Wardlow knocks him down and levels him with a 747 Splash! American Top Team run in and Mr. Mayhem sends each of them packing! Scorpio blasts him with the title belt... WARDLOW KICKS OUT!

TKO blocked, shove into Lambert, big spinebuster from Mr. Mayhem! The straps are down and Sky eats powerbomb number one! Another one, a third...

Wardlow wins by pinfall with the Powerbomb Symphony to become AEW TNT Champion.

Jon Moxley cuts a promo talking about how people think Brody King is gonna surprise him and catch him off-guard, but he knows exactly what kind of monster Brody King is. Ten days ago he took a man he deeply respects and admires in Hiroshi Tanahashi and bloodied and battered him, and then Blood and Guts was like a picnic for him.

He knows exactly who Brody King is, he’s seen him in New Japan and in Ring of Honor, and the only question left is how big his heart is, and we’re gonna find out because he’s gonna be swimming in deep waters and find his limits.

As for us, we’ll find a break.


Back from commercial, “Smart” Mark Sterling and Tony Nese have an offer for Keith Lee, who turns them down.

Christian Cage makes his entrance, flanked by Luchasaurus, and he gets on the mic.

He says he’s the Cage everyone is talking about, and everybody is demanding to know why Luchasaurus is remaining aligned with him, but before he can answer—

Enter Matt Hardy.

He tells Christian he’s unreal, like the Michael Jordan of being an asshole. Jungle Boy was his friend and they’ve got to know each other very well, and nobody deserved what Christian did to Jungle Boy. Cage tells him he doesn’t know Perry the way he does and he’s starting to make his brother sound like the sober one.

Matt tells Cage he was using Jungle Boy to stay relevant and he gets it, because he was doing the same with Private Party and Butcher and the Blade and he regrets that, and he’s here to make sure nobody else gets taken advantage of. Christian calls him a clout chaser who’ll use his kids, his father-in-law, a dilapidated boat, he’ll even turn a blind eye to his brother’s issues so he can have one last run.

He’s gonna sit here and say he cares about Jungle Boy when he knows Christian Cage is the hottest most influential star in AEW, and Matt is more embarrassing to the Hardy family than his screw-up loser brother. This gets Hardy to attack, but Luchasaurus cuts him off with a headbutt!

To the floor and the dinosaur puts Hardy through the timekeeper’s table!

A Blood and Guts recap follows.

Tony Schiavone is moderating an interview in the loading bay between Claudio Castagnoli and Jake Hager.

Hager says Claudio isn’t as tough as he is and he’s never been a world champion, not in ROH, and not in WWE, and he won’t be in AEW. Castagnoli says he debuted to beat Zack Sabre, Jr. and then beat his team in Blood and Guts, and he’ll win again next week to go 3-0.

Butcher and the Blade (Andy “Butcher” Williams & Pepper “Blade” Parks) vs. Swerve in Our Glory (“Limitless” Keith Lee & Shane “Swerve” Strickland)

Lee and Williams having a bit of a hoss fight early on, Andy goes to get a chair but Parks has to talk him down. Tags made, Strickland with a back roll leg trip, side headlock, back body drop sends Blade to the floor and Bunny runs interference. Low bridge sends Butcher to the floor but Pepper trips Swerve up and we go to break!

Back from commercial, jockeying for position in the turnbuckles, Swerve bites the Butcher’s hand and dives an uppercut onto him! Keith with Stinger Splashes, bieling Parks into Williams and letting out a primal roar! Off the ropes, malfunction at the junction, Pepper pulls Swerve in the way and he gets pounced!

Butcher and the Blade running double-teams to get Lee out of the ring, biel from Andy sets him up, huge lariat... LEE BREAKS IT UP! Up in the turnbuckles, powerbomb lift...

Swerve in Our Glory win by pinfall with the Swerve Stomp / Spirit Bomb combination on the Blade.

Post-match, “Powerhouse” Will Hobbs and “Absolute” Ricky Starks come down shouting.

They won’t be disrespected, and they’re grown-ass men. Starks says they’ve been really nice by not ending their careers, but they want to act like they’re somebody they’ve proven that there’s levels to this and Swerve in Our Glory are several levels lower.

You wanna talk about who the best tag team is?

Enter the Young Bucks.

They go to apologize for interrupting before remembering they don’t have to apologize for anything because they built this company. They say they’re two very good teams, four and a half stars when they had their match at Double or Nothing, but that’s an off-night for the Young Bucks and they couldn’t even get the job done.

They have a proposal— triple or nothing, next week Young Bucks defend against Starks & Hobbs and Swerve in Our Glory. An “FTR!” chant interrupts and the Bucks say they’re better than FTR and the crowd should know that.

Malakai Black cuts a promo on Jon Moxley, saying he thinks he knows pain and violence but Brody King will leave his mark on him.

Eddie Kingston makes his entrance and Tony Schiavone interviews him in the ring.

Kingston congratulates Wardlow on his title win first and then congratulates everybody on his team at Blood and Guts, even Claudio. He’s a nice guy, he’s growing up, (fart noise), and he’s really out here to call Chris Jericho out for making him a liar. He didn’t taste his blood, so he’s gonna get him again and he’s gonna taste his blood.

Chris Jericho shouts from the tron and says if he wants to get crazy he’ll show how crazy he can get... AND ORDERS TAY CONTI TO SLAM A CAR DOOR ON RUBY SOHO’S HAND!

And on that note, we go to break.


Post-match, “Powerhouse” Will Hobbs and “Absolute” Ricky Starks come down shouting.

They won’t be disrespected, and they’re grown-ass men. Starks says they’ve been really nice by not ending their careers, but they want to act like they’re somebody they’ve proven that there’s levels to this and Swerve in Our Glory are several levels lower.

You wanna talk about who the best tag team is?

Enter the Young Bucks.

They go to apologize for interrupting before remembering they don’t have to apologize for anything because they built this company. They say they’re two very good teams, four and a half stars when they had their match at Double or Nothing, but that’s an off-night for the Young Bucks and they couldn’t even get the job done.

They have a proposal— triple or nothing, next week Young Bucks defend against Starks & Hobbs and Swerve in Our Glory. An “FTR!” chant interrupts and the Bucks say they’re better than FTR and the crowd should know that.

Malakai Black cuts a promo on Jon Moxley, saying he thinks he knows pain and violence but Brody King will leave his mark on him.

Eddie Kingston makes his entrance and Tony Schiavone interviews him in the ring.

Kingston congratulates Wardlow on his title win first and then congratulates everybody on his team at Blood and Guts, even Claudio. He’s a nice guy, he’s growing up, (fart noise), and he’s really out here to call Chris Jericho out for making him a liar. He didn’t taste his blood, so he’s gonna get him again and he’s gonna taste his blood.

Chris Jericho shouts from the tron and says if he wants to get crazy he’ll show how crazy he can get... AND ORDERS TAY CONTI TO SLAM A CAR DOOR ON RUBY SOHO’S HAND!

And on that note, we go to break.


Back from commercial, Dark Order make their entrance.

John Silver gets on the mic and hypes up Rochester as Dark Order country. Evil Uno says that’s why it’s very important to say this here today, because every single one of us should hear it. He thanks everyone for showing up and supporting them, and the six of them are here to stay.

Dark Order is forever, and they begin a new chapter with a proclamation, and it should be Brodie Lee, Jr. to say it.

QT Marshall interrupts.

He asks how long we have to put up with this charity case and he gets it, his dad is from Rochester, but he’s not his father. His father was a legend, but -1 is more like his mother. He didn’t bring his friends out here, so he wants to face the ten-year-old man-to-man.

Enter “Hangman” Adam Page.

He and Evil Uno cut QT off at the pass and throw him in the ring for Silver and Reynolds to double-team him! Preston “10” Vance finishes him off with the discus lariat! Brodie Jr. gets the mic back and says he’d pin Marshall right now but he’s gonna wait until he’s 19.

Jim Ross gets an entrance to join the commentary team for the rest of the show.

Penta Oscuro vs. Rush

Trading overhand chops with abandon, Frankensteiner blocked, body blow, Rush goes for a suplex but it’s reversed to an inside cradle! Superkick from Penta, to the floor, waistlock, back elbow, Rush stops from going into the steps but eats an arm drag anyway!

Chops, Oscuro with the Cero Miedo, off the ropes and Rush decks him with an elbow! Drawing him up, whip across, corner body avalanches, basement dropkick from El Toro Blanco! Back to the floor, Penta with a tope con giro, the seconds start brawling on the floor and we go to break!

Back from commercial, Oscuro with a lungblower... NOPE! Trading headbutts, jumping knee from Rush and both men are down and out! Rush with a missile dropkick, up top again, diving senton... PENTA KICKS OUT! Oscuro has him down... ANDRADE PUTS RUSH’S FOOT ON THE ROPES! Low blow, tearing Oscuro’s mask off...

Rush wins by pinfall with a schoolboy.

We get a Death Before Dishonor ad and a promo from Jay Lethal and co about how he’s going to beat Samoa Joe and win the ROH World Television Championship back.

And so we go to break.


Back from commercial, “Smart” Mark Sterling and Tony Nese try to get signatures from Best Friends for their petition to remove Shane Strickland from the roster.

Orange Cassidy says he doesn’t sign anything without his lawyer reading it, and his lawyer is Danhausen, who rolls up to read the contract. Anyway, shenanigans happen and Orange vs. Nese is set for Rampage, and if Tony wins Cassidy will sign the petition.

Ass Boys (Austin & Colten Gunn) & the Acclaimed (Anthony Bowens & Max Caster) vs, Bear Country (Bear Boulder & Bear Bronson), Fuego del Sol, & Leon Ruffin

Del Sol to start, getting worked over by the heels even as the Ass Boys and Acclaimed aren’t on the same page. Gunns in, Bear Bronson destroys them, powerbomb... MAX CASTER BARELY MAKES THE SAVE! Bowens takes in, kick combo sets up a Fameasser and he tags Max in!

Austin with the blind tag, Mic Drop, steal the cover...

Ass Boys & the Acclaimed win by pinfall with a lateral press from Austin Gunn on Bear Bronson.

Post-match, the Gunns attack the Acclaimed, Billy runs in to pry them off but turns on the Acclaimed and wipes Caster out with a lariat! Bowens gets to his feet and asks for one last scissor from Daddy Ass, but he gets a Fameasser instead! Austin mockingly scissors fingers with an unconscious Bowens.

Miro gets a promo where he talks about the differences between himself and Malakai Black, and he’ll destroy the gates of hell to get to him, because the Redeemer is coming, enraged.

Marina Shafir & Nyla Rose vs. ThunderStorm (Thunder Rosa & Toni Storm)

Storm and Shafir to start, drop toehold, off the ropes, basement dropkick, short whip and a quick tag to Rosa. ThunderStorm with the Poetry in Motion, cover for two, front chancery from Toni to keep her grounded. Finally Marina starts getting some kicks in, Storm with forearms, off the ropes and Nyla clobbers her with an umbrella while referee Rick Knox is distracted!

Fireman’s carry front slam, tag to Rose, and we go to break.

Back from commercial, Nyla still working Toni over, but she can’t keep her from the tag! Rosa off the top with a diving crossbody, hip attack knocks Shafir off the apron, chops in the ropes, drop toehold into repeated stomps! Running dropkick to the arm, but Nyla gets away and tags Marina back in!

Pumphandle suplex, cover, no dice! Storm with a hip attack, off the top...

ThunderStorm win by pinfall with a spike Fire Thunder Driver on Marina Shafir.

Tony Schiavone is backstage with Jade Cargill and Stokely Hathaway.

Jade tells Stoke to cut the shit, and Stoke says he’s hired Leila Gray as an interim Baddie, and it takes a special kind of finesse to get someone to go from wanting to beat your ass to save you, and like he says, trust the process.

Commentary hypes up our upcoming shows.

Daniel Garcia cuts a promo on Wheeler YUTA backstage.

Garcia says last week he put a foot on his neck and there was nothing he could do. He’s not scared of anything, and at Death Before Dishonor, he wants a title shot for the Pure Championship.

And so we go to break.


Back from commercial, FTR cut a promo about how no match has taken more out of them than winning the ROH World Tag Team Championships at Supercard of Honor.

Some people still don’t think they’re the best, and that bugs them, so they want Briscoes vs. FTR II at Death Before Dishonor.

Brody King vs. Jon Moxley (c) (Interim AEW World Championship)

Collar and elbow, into the corner, King breaks dirty with a wicked chop! Action to the floor, beating Moxley down, throwing him into the barricade, brawling at some length but they go back inside and Jon goes to work on the leg with a dragon screw and then a figure four leglock!

Single leg into a half-crab, pressing the attack, King fires back a Bossman Slam and we go to break!

Back from commercial, King with a fireman’s carry, Moxley hammers him with elbows, cannonball in the corner misses! Up top, jockeying for position, Jon with a superplex and into the bulldog choke! Brody to his feet, slinging the champion off but Mox hits a Dragon suplex... NOPE!

King with a piledriver... SO CLOSE! Sleeper hold in the corner, Brody has Jon off his feet in the corner but referee Paul Turner warns him off! Cannonball senton, scoop lift, Mox slips out, charging elbow, schoolboy with a high stack, only two! Arm wringer, Paradigm Shift but Moxley is slow to capitalize!

Overhead elbows, bulldog choke, King flagging but not failing and he counters with a senton! Jon locks the hold right back on! Rolling over, bridging back, full extension... KING IS OUT! IT’S OVER!

Jon Moxley wins by referee stoppage with the bulldog choke to retain the Interim AEW World Championship.

That’s the show, folks.