AEW Dynamite Results
July 29, 2020
Best Friends & Friends (Orange Cassidy, Chuck Taylor, Trent, Luchasaurus & Jungle Boy) def. The Inner Circle (Chris Jericho, Sammy Guevara, Santana, Ortiz & Jake Hager) in a 10-man tag team match. A lot of chaos that didn’t seem to have a roadmap. Matt Hardy’s music played to distract Sammy Guevara seconds before he was about to win. Hardy threw him off the top rope, right into a roundhouse kick from Luchasaurus to end it.
— AEW World Champion Jon Moxley cut a promo calling out Brian Cage for savagely attacking Darby Allin, someone a third of his size, and doing it from behind using Ricky Starkz no less. Mox dared Cage to try bullying him this time, and see what happens.
Cody Rhodes (c) def. Warhorse to retain the TNT Championship.
— The Dark Order jumped Cody after the match. Warhorse tried to fight back, but was taken out as well. Matt Cardona (fka Zack Ryder) jumped the barricade, looking like he put on about 30 pounds of pure muscle, and cleaned house, celebrating with Rhodes.
— Chris Jericho came out to the stage with The Inner Circle, rambling and raving about Orange Cassidy. He announced that next week the two would have a live debate, with a special surprise moderator, and in two weeks the world would get to see the rematch they’ve all been waiting for: Jericho vs. Cassidy II.
— FTR met to officially sign their AEW contracts. They had several requests written into the deal, including a Tag Team Appreciation Night on the Aug. 12 edition of AEW Dynamite, hosted by them. Referees will also be required to strictly enforce traditional wrestling rules during their matches, and tag team ropes will be installed for their matches. They have hired a representative who knows tag team wrestling better than anyone – Arn Anderson! Arn looks over the contract and signs off. Hangman Page shows up with a bottle of whiskey, and the group posts a toast together.
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