After parting ways with AEW roughly one year ago, original Dark Order member Stu Grayson returned for a trios match on this week’s (Mar. 15) Dynamite in Winnipeg. It looked like a one-off match for Stu after he did the job for Jon Moxley. However, Tony Khan announced the very next night that Grayson is All Elite (again).
On the St. Patrick’s Day Slam edition of Rampage, Grayson cut a promo explaining that he initially didn’t know if he was coming back to AEW for good. But that quickly changed when Blackpool Combat Club put his brother Evil Uno in the hospital with a concussion:
"I WILL BREAK YOU." @stu_dos— All Elite Wrestling (@AEW) March 18, 2023
Watch #AEWRampage on TNT! pic.twitter.com/2SeOndNPKV
Grayson is back in AEW for good, and he vows to break Moxley in a grudge match next week on Dynamite.
Elsewhere on Rampage, The Gunns mistook Top Flight for valet staff, setting up a tag team title match on Dynamite:
Will @TopFlight612 “valet” the belts from #AEW World Tag Team Champions @theaustingunn & @coltengunn this Wednesday on #AEWDynamite? It’s #AEWRampage on TNT! pic.twitter.com/nsSQt9mcVf— All Elite Wrestling (@AEW) March 18, 2023
That gives us the following lineup for the Mar. 22 episode of AEW Dynamite:
- Kenny Omega vs. El Hijo del Vikingo
- The Gunns (c) vs. Top Flight for the AEW world tag team titles
- Jon Moxley vs. Stu Grayson in a Grudge match
- HOOK vs. Stokely Hathaway in a No DQ match
- Toni Storm vs. Skye Blue
How do you like the card, Cagesiders?