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AEW Dynamite Results (2/10): Omega & KENTA vs Moxley & Archer, Darby Allin Defends The TNT Title



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AEW Dynamite Results
February 10, 2021
Jacksonville, FL

Darby Allin (c) def. Joey Janela to retain the TNT Championship. A very good, very physical back and forth match. Not quite as over-the-top nasty as you might expect given their previous matches or propensity for sacrificing their bodies, but both guys went hard. Allin hit an Avalanche Code Red into the Coffin Drop to retain.

— Jon Moxley spoke outside the building, hyping up the main event tag team match against KENTA and Kenny Omega. He talked about his upcoming IWGP U.S. Heavyweight Championship (and actually had the belt with him!) against KENTA and said it will be a great, by-the-rules wrestling match. But not tonight. Tonight there’s no DQs and no rules, and he’s going to have some fun!

— Sammy Guevara kicked everyone out of the Inner Circle dressing room except for MJF. He called MJF out for trying to take over the group and trying to drive a wedge between him and Chris Jericho. Sammy ended up throwing his phone against the wall and attacking him.

Cody Rhodes & Lee Johnson def. Peter Avalon & Cezar Bononi. A great match and a showcase for the newly signed Lee Johnson. The heels targetted Cody and created an injury early on so Johnson had to do most of the work in the second half of the match and thundered back to score the pin. Very emotional moment for him finally getting his first win in an AEW ring.

— Tony Schiavone interviewed the Nightmare Family on the ramp. Johnson said he didn’t really have words to describe the moment. He went 0-29 just looking for a win and with the hard work of his coaches, Cody, QT, Dustin, Brandi and the rest of the team he was able to prove that hard work pays off.

PAC def. Ryan Nemeth. An elongated squash match basically. PAC beat the hell out of him and got the win with the Black Arrow and the Brutalizer.

Chris Jericho & MJF def. The Acclaimed. MJF had his ribs taped up and overplayed being hurt the whole time. Before the match he approached the Inner Circle and told them that Guevara attacked him backstage for no reason. Jericho didn’t have time to deal with it as they were literally about to go through the curtain. Jericho got the pin with the Judas Effect after tons of outside interference from the Inner Circle.

— Sammy Guevara came to the ring and said that a long time ago he told everyone if ONE more thing happened between him and MJF that he was done for good. Jericho asked him what he meant by that, and Sammy just shook his head and announced that he was done with the Inner Circle. He quits.

— After a commercial break, Guevara was spotted leaving the building. He said he needed to get some space from “this place” and figure out where to go from here.

— Hangman Page and Matt Hardy were shown hanging out at the bar. Hardy thought he was drunk and tried to get him to sign a contract that would give him 30% of his future earnings, but said it didn’t matter because he was going to be a billionaire. While Hardy had his back turned, Hangman switched out the contracts and both men signed on the dotted line.

Thunder Rosa def. Leyla Hirsch to advance to the quarterfinals of the AEW Women’s World Championship Eliminator Tournament. Awesome match. Hirsch has been impressive since coming up and has made her mark on DARK but this was her coming out moment. The best match I’ve seen her ever have. She took the former NWA champion to her limit but just couldn’t quite beat the more experienced, established star.

Kenny Omega & KENTA def. Jon Moxley & Lance Archer in a Falls Count Anywhere match. This might be my favorite Dynamite match in a very long time. This was a wild, almost Attitude Era-esque brawl with some great set pieces. Big, big fight feel. KENTA had the #1 contender’s briefcase and Moxley had the IWGP title. Archer chokeslammed Omega through a giant wooden heart that Peter Avalon had been hanging out on at ringside. They fought through the backstage, into the kitchen, random rooms and the action really never stopped. Go out of your way to see this. In the end the Good Brothers got involved and dropped Archer with the Magic Killer. They helped Omega hoist up the big man for the One Winged Angel for the 1-2-3.


Shaq Discusses His AEW Dynamite Appearance & How He Got Motivated



Shaq has spoken about his appearance on AEW Dynamite and why he got motivated to get in good physical condition.

Shaq appeared on Access to discuss why he decided to dress the way he did, opting for sweatpants and a tank top rather than traditional wrestling gear.

“Look, Cody challenged me to a fight, I’m showing up in fight clothes, sweatpants and a tank top. I respect him, I respect his family, I respect all the wrestlers, what they’ve done. I don’t want to come in with a gimmicky costume. This man challenged me to a fight. I’m showing up like it’s going to be a fight. So I’m just going to wear sweatpants and a tank top.”

Shaq looked in great shape when he appeared on Dynamite, and he revealed that it was because of Mario Lopez that he got in such great physical shape.

“Guess who motivated me? One day I was looking on the internet and I’d seen my good friend Mario Lopez take his shirt off and I got jealous because we used to hang out back in the day. We used to look similar and now you’re killing me, so I wanted to say thank you for motivating me. You look fabulous. I want to say I’m proud of you. But I’ll be ready tonight, March 3rd, I’ll be ready.” (H/T to for the transcriptions)

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The Young Bucks Admit They Thought Paul Wight Was A Lifetime WWE Guy



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The Young Bucks recently spoke about AEW signing Paul Wight, revealing how Tony Khan broke the news to them.

The signing of Wight (fka The Big Show) is something that took the wrestling world by surprise. Wight had been a very loyal WWE Superstar, and even The Young Bucks admitted they were shocked as they told Robbie Fox of Barstool Sports.

“So, Tony, I want to say it was about a month ago, he wanted to tell us something. He gathered us up with Kenny, he’s like, ‘hey, what do you guys think of signing the Big Show?’ We’re like, ‘what?’ Our reaction was like, ‘really, I thought he would be a lifetime WWE guy.’ He said, ‘well, he wants to come and play,’ so we’re like, ‘let’s do it.’ So that was pretty much how it all went.” (H/T to for the transcriptions)

Wight has signed a long-term deal with the company and he will be working as a commentator for the company for AEW’s new show, AEW Dark: Elevation.

Wight will also be appearing at AEW Revolution tonight where he will be introducing a “Hall Of Fame level” new signing. Meanwhile, The Young Bucks will be defending their Tag Team Championships agasint Chris Jericho and MJF.


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AEW Revolution Live Tonight On PPV | Final Match Card, Start Time & How To Watch



AEW Revolution
March 7, 2021
Jacksonville, FL

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Bell Time: 8:00 PM ET
Pre-Show: 7:30 PM ET
How To Watch: B/R Live and PPV

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Exploding Barbed Wire Death Match for the AEW World Championship
Kenny Omega (c) vs. Jon Moxley

AEW World Tag Team Championship Match
The Young Bucks (c) vs. Chris Jericho & MJF

AEW Women’s Championship Match
Hikaru Shida (c) vs. Ryo Mizunami

Face of the Revolution Ladder Match
Cody Rhodes vs. Scorpio Sky vs. Pentagon Jr. vs. Lance Archer vs. Max Caster vs. TBD

Big Money Match
Hangman Page vs. Matt Hardy

Street Fight
Brian Cage & Ricky Starks vs. Darby Allin & Sting

Kip Sabian & Miro vs. Chuck Taylor & Orange Cassidy

Casino Tag Team Royale
Bear Country vs. The Dark Order (5 & 10) vs. The Dark Order (Evil Uno & Stu Grayson) vs. The Inner Circle (Santana & Ortiz) vs. Private Party vs. Death Triangle (PAC & Rey Fenix) vs. The Sydal Brothers vs. The Dark Order (Alex Reynolds & John Silver) vs. The Gunn Club vs. Peter Avalon & Cezar Bononi vs. SCU vs. The Natural Nightmares vs. Varsity Blonds vs. Jurassic Express

The Buy-In Match
Riho & Thunder Rosa vs. Dr. Britt Baker DMD & Rebel

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