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AEW Dynamite video highlights: Moxley vs. Allin, Bischoff appears

Jon Moxley retained the AEW World Championship in the main event of Dynamite last night. 

Moxley pinned Allin after a match that had interference from MJF and Wardlow. MJF made it clear earlier in the show that he would prefer to face Allin at All Out on September 5 when he challenges for the title. Wardlow distracted the referee while MJF laid out Moxley with a belt shot. Allin hit a Coffin Drop but Moxley kicked out and went on to retain his championship in spite of the interference. 

Chris Jericho and Orange Cassidy engaged in a verbal debate ahead of their match on next week's Dynamite. Former WCW president Eric Bischoff made an unadvertised appearance and served as the moderator for the debate. 

Dynamite opened with a strong 12-man tag featuring members of The Elite teaming with FTR against The Dark Order. The Elite came up short after Dax Harwood of FTR suffered an injury that left their team short-handed. 

The feud between Britt Baker and Big Swole continued by way of a match between Swole and Baker's assistant, "Reba," formerly known as Rebel in TNA Wrestling. 

Best Friends defeated Santana and Ortiz in a tag match, but Santana and Ortiz got the last laugh after defacing Trent's mother's van. 

For more of what you missed last night, including a confrontation between Matt Hardy and Sammy Guevara, scroll below. 

More coverage from last night --

AEW Dynamite video highlights --

FTR & The Elite vs. The Dark Order

Jon Moxley promo on Darby Allin

Santana & Ortiz vs. Best Friends, Santana & Ortiz destroy Trent's mom's van

MJF gives a campaign update

Matt Hardy/Sammy Guevara confrontation

Cody & Matt Cardona vs. Alex Reynolds & John Silver

Orange Cassidy/Chris Jericho debate with Eric Bischoff as moderator pt. 1

Orange Cassidy/Chris Jericho debate with Eric Bischoff as moderator pt. 2

Big Swole vs. Reba

AEW World Championship match: Jon Moxley vs. Darby Allin

Dynamite fallout: Moxley promo on Allin and MJF

Post-show with Taz, Tony Schiavone & Jim Ross