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Break It Down: Ranking Every Major Wrestling TV Show (Week #7)

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Exploding Barbed Wire Death Match

AEW Dynamite had some amazing moments this week, which gave it an edge over everything else. However, not everything was perfect. The main event and AEW’s love of chaotic multi-man matches wasn’t one that really worked, and while it was solid, it didn’t end the show with a bang.

However, it was nice to see AEW do something else with Sting, and seeing him take a bump was certainly a shocking moment. The opening segment was great, with the work between Matt Hardy and Hangman Page being excellent, and while things could have been dragged out a little longer, it was really well put together.


The Tag Team Championship match was an exciting back and forth between two excellent teams, which is to be expected. However, the best segment of the night was the match between Riho and Serena Deeb, which really was an incredibly wrestling match, showcasing just how good the women’s division can be.

Sixth place= 1 point
Fifth place= 2 points
Fourth place= 3 points
Third place= 4 points
Second place=5 points
First place= 6 points

2020 results (each week, the points tally will be added up below):

WWE Raw- 13
IMPACT Wrestling- 28
WWE NXT- 30
AEW Dynamite- 33
WWE NXT UK- 20
WWE SmackDown- 23

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Tony Khan Announces Change To AEW Dynamite Tag Team Match

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Tony Khan has booked Matt Hardy and Marq Quen vs. Hangman Adam Page and John Silver for Wednesday’s AEW Dynamite: The Crossroads.

Khan tweeted on Tuesday that he’s making a change to an advertised match after talking to a friend. AEW then posted a video with Matt Hardy explaining that he wants to face Hangman Page this Wednesday.


Matt Hardy, Private Party, and TH2 were originally advertised to take on Dark Order’s John Silver, Alex Reynolds, Stu Grayson, Evil Uno, and 5 in a ten-man tag team match.

It appears Matt Hardy vs. Hangman Page in a “Big Money” match is still scheduled Sunday’s Revolution pay-per-view.

Below is the updated lineup for Wednesday:

  • Paul Wight appears
  • Chris Jericho & MJF hold a Revolution press conference
  • Hangman Page & John Silver vs. Matt Hardy & Marq Quen
  • Preston “10” Vance vs. Max Caster in a Revolution Ladder match qualifier
  • FTR & Tully Blanchard vs. Jurassic Express
  • Nyla Rose vs. Ryo Mizunami in the Eliminator tournament finals
  • Cody Rhodes & Red Velvet vs. Shaq & Jade Cargill

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AEW Women’s Title Eliminator Tournament Finals Set For This Week’s Dynamite

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The final match of the AEW Women’s Championship Eliminator tournament has been determined.

Nyla Rose defeated Thunder Rosa on Monday’s exclusive YouTube stream to advance. Rose is now the US finalist and will take on Japanese finalist Ryo Mizunami on Wednesday’s Dynamite.


The winner of Nyla Rose vs. Ryo Mizunami will go on to challenge Hikaru Shida for the AEW Women’s Championship this Sunday at AEW Revolution.

Monday’s stream also saw non-tournament matches as Madi Wrenkowski beat Leva Bates and Leyla Hirsch defeated Miranda Alize.

Below is the updated lineup for Dynamite: The Crossroads.

  • Paul Wight appears
  • Chris Jericho & MJF hold a Revolution press conference
  • Dark Order’s John Silver, Alex Reynolds, Stu Grayson, Evil Uno & 5 vs. Matt Hardy, Private Party & TH2
  • Preston “10” Vance vs. Max Caster in a Revolution Ladder match qualifier
  • FTR & Tully Blanchard vs. Jurassic Express
  • Nyla Rose vs. Ryo Mizunami in the Eliminator tournament finals
  • Cody Rhodes & Red Velvet vs. Shaq & Jade Cargill

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AEW Women’s Tournament Matches Added To YouTube, Tony Khan On Streaming Issues

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AEW had some streaming issues for its Women’s Tournament and Tony Khan took to social media to comment on that.

International fans were not able to view the eliminator matches on Sunday, and because of that Tony Khan decided to put them all on YouTube for free, allowing everyone to see them.


The matches include:

  • Thunder Rosa vs. Riho
  • Yuka Sakazaki vs. Ryo Mizunami

As well as those tournament matches, there was also the following six-woman bout that featured Hikaru Shida, Mei Suruga, Rin Kadokura, Emi Sakura, Veny, and Maki Itoh.

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