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AEW Dynamite live results: Revolution fallout

AEW Dynamite airs live tonight from the 1stBank Center in Broomfield, Colorado. The show will feature the fallout from Saturday's Revolution pay-per-view.

The announced main event will see new AEW World Champion Jon Moxley team with Darby Allin. They will take on former champion Chris Jericho and Sammy Guevara of The Inner Circle. At Revolution, Moxley defeated Jericho to take the AEW World title, while Allin defeated Guevara in a singles match.

Colt Cabana will make his AEW in-ring debut as he teams with SCU (Scorpio Sky, Frankie Kazarian and Christopher Daniels) against The Dark Order (Evil Uno, Stu Grayson, John Silver and Alex Reynolds) in an eight-man tag. Cabana appeared on the Revolution pre-show and saved SCU from a post-match attack by The Dark Order.

After defeating Orange Cassidy at Revolution, PAC will face Chuck Taylor tonight.

In his first match for AEW, Jake Hager defeated Dustin Rhodes at Revolution. Hager will be in action against QT Marshall tonight.

Plus, Big Swole takes on Leva Bates. Our live coverage begins at 8 p.m. Eastern time. 


The show opened with Jon Moxley out for a promo. 

Moxley said the AEW belt is a beautiful thing, and AEW represents professional wrestling, the sport he loves and has dedicated his life to. He said the belt belongs to AEW fans who willed the company into existence. He said collectively, we brought pro wrestling back. 

Moxley promised to defend the belt with his life. He said whoever wants a shot can get a shot, but he'll choke them out and drop them on their head. 

He said he knows it's not over between him and the Inner Circle. He knows they're coming after him. He dared them to come at him. 

Jericho and Inner Circle entered. Jericho told Moxley that he doesn't need the belt to be Le Champion. He told the crowd to "shut their ass."

Jericho said the Moxley era sucks ass. He said Moxley's win was based on a lie. Jericho said he spent three months training to face a man with one eye, not someone who could see out of both. He said that makes Moxley a liar, and all the fans liars. 

Jericho said Moxley turned Inner Circle from a group off good-natured and good-looking guys into a hit squad. He said he's putting the entire roster on notice, from the Librarian, to Michael Nakazawa, to Moxley. 

Jericho said if Moxley walks out of the building on his own tonight, Jericho will take a 60 day leave of absence from AEW. He said he's got a plan, and Moxley isn't as smart as he thinks he is. 

Moxley promised to send Jericho packing for 60 days, and said he'll make Jericho look like a stupid son of a bitch. 

This was a fine segment. Moxley's promo was good, and Jericho is untouchable on the mic. 


Colt Cabana, Scorpio Sky, Christopher Daniels & Frankie Kazarian defeated Evil Uno, Stu Grayson, Alex Reynolds & John Silver

Cabana and Grayson began. Cabana used a headscissors takeover. Dark Order jumped in ad went 4-on-1 on Cabana, cutting him off. Daniels interfered from the floor, and SCU regained the advantage, working over Silver. 

Uno interfered, allowing Silver to cut off Daniels. Dark Order continued working on Daniels through a commercial break. 

After the break, Daniels made a hot tag to Kazarian. The match broke down and all eight men jumped in. Daniels hit a dive on Grayson. Kazarian used a cutter on Reynolds for a near fall. 

Cabana hit a quebdrada to Reynolds and Silver. Sky hit a tope con grio. Cabana hit a Chicago Skyline and used a Superman pin to finish Reynolds. 

Uno cut a promo after the match and said The Exalted One will be furious at Dark Order's loss. 


A video package showed highlights from the tag title match at Revolution. 

The announcers put over the match as the best Young Bucks match ever. 


Britt Baker joined the commentary team for the next match and she brought Tony Schiavone a Starbucks coffee. 

Big Swole defeated Leva Bates

A quick squash. Swole won with a discus forearm called "Dirty Dancing."

Baker said she hoped that the director got some shots of her face to show during the match, because she equals views and ratings. 


Cody entered for a promo. He said the only way he can deal with losing to MJF is if MJF were to come out and say he beat Cody fair and square. 

Instead of MJF, Jake Roberts entered, to a knockoff of his 80s WWF theme music. 

Jake said he came out because he was tired of listening to Cody cry. He said he never cried over a match once. He said he's not here to praise Cody, he's here to slay him. 

Jake said he has a client. The dark side is coming to AEW. He said it's been 20 years since he had a shot. But he isn't going to be a nice boy. He said he'll be on the outside when his client takes on Cody. He said Cody can bring that one-trick pony Arn Anderson. 

He said Cody shouldn't turn his back on anyone he fears. 

Cool segment.


PAC defeated Chuck Taylor

Taylor broke cleanly against the ropes. PAC refused to do the same and worked a side headlock. Taylor used a distraction from Orange Cassidy and Trent to gain control of the match. 

Taylor hit a pop-up powerbomb for a two count. Taylor hit a tilt-a-whirl backbreaker. PAC went after Taylor on the outside, sent him into the barricade, then suplexed him on the floor. 

After a break, PAC teased a springboard dropkick. Taylor blocked, hit his own dropkick, then hit a pescado. Taylor hit a falcon arrow for a two count. 

PAC hit a slingshot cutter. Taylor hit an awful waffle for a two count. Taylor missed a top rope moonsault. PAC locked on the Brutalizer on landing, and Taylor submitted. 

This was a good match. Taylor always works hard. PAC is great. 

After the match, Orange Cassidy squared up to PAC. Just as he was about to shove his hands in his pockets, the Lucha Brothers ran in. Pentagon and Fenix hit a double superkick to Cassidy. 

PAC cut a promo. He called the fans scumbags. He said he and the Lucha Bros are known as Death Triangle, and no one is safe from them. 

Penta and Fenix hit their tandem double stomp/package driver on Cassidy. 

PAC and the Lucha Bros are great, and they should be a fun group.


A video played where Tully Blanchard invited social media submissions for a partner for Shawn Spears, using the #searchforSpears hashtag. 


Jake Hager defeated QT Marshall

Hager took the bulk of the match. It wasn't particularly good. The post-match angle that continued the build to the match beyond was effective. 

Hager missed a Vader bomb. QT hit a handspring enziguri, then hit a top rope corkscrew senton. Hager kicked out at one, hit a lariat, then used a head and arm choke for the submission. 

Santana and Ortiz ran in after the match to beat down Marshall. Dustin Rhodes jumped in. Cody ran in. Matt Jackson ran in. They established that Nick Jackson and Kenny Omega were not cleared for travel after their injuries Saturday. 

Hangman Page sauntered to the ring, beer in hand. Page cleaned house, then hit a Buckshot Lariat on Hager. 

Page flipped off Matt, then left. 


Cody vs. Ortiz, Death Triangle in action, Blood & Guts rules announcement, Jurassic Express vs. MJF, Butcher and Blade were announced for next week. 


MJF cut a pre-taped promo. He said AEW fans deserve a new head author, and it's him. He promised to be the best world champion in wrestling history. He wore an "I Pinned Cody" shirt. He ripped on Cody's neck tattoo. He said he's coming after Moxley. 


Moxley got jumped by Santana, Ortiz and Hager as he entered through the crowd for the main event. They dragged Moxley out to the concourse and did a lengthy 3-on-1 beatdown. Hager hit a low blow, then used a choke. Moxley passed out. 

The match began with Allin facing a 2-on-1. 

Chris Jericho & Sammy Guevara defeated Jon Moxley & Darby Allin

Allin sent Guevara into the barricade, then used a drop toe hold to send Jericho into the steps. Guevara came back with a knee strike as the action returned to the ring. 

Jericho used a back suplex. He tied Allin to the tree of woe, then missed a charge into the corner. Allin picked up two quick near falls, but Jericho cut him off with a Walls of Jericho. Allin reached the bottom rope to force a break. 

Jericho sent Allin over the barricade, then threw him back inside to cover for a two count. Guevara and Jericho passed Allin back and forth during a delayed vertical suplex. 

Jericho and Guevara hit a double back elbow and posed. Allin and Jericho traded slaps to the face. Allin fired up and hit forearm shots, sent Jericho outside, then hit a tope suicida. 

Back inside, Jericho hit a back elbow. He tried a Lionsault, but Allin got his knees up. Jericho tagged out. Allin feigned a tag to himself, then fired up. He sent Guevara outside, then hit a Coffin Drop onto the entire Inner Circle. 

In the ring, Allin hit a stunner and a Coffin Drop on Guevara. Jericho broke up the cover. 

Allin tried a tope to Jericho, but dove right into a Judas Effect. Jericho threw him back inside and covered for the pin. 

This was a one-man show. A great performance from Allin. 


After the match, Moxley limped to the ring with a chair. he cleaned house of the Inner Circle. Hager came back with a forearm shot from behind. Inner Circle beat down Moxley on the stage. 

Inner Circle hit a group powerbomb off the stage, sending Moxley through some tables. 

The Inner Circle posed together to close the show. 


I thought this was an effective show. It was light on good in-ring action, but they established some new directions and feuds, set up PAC and Lucha Brothers as a new group, and Jericho got some of his heat back after losing the title. A thumbs up show. Strange, though, that Lance Archer was advertised and did not appear during Dynamite. Plans change, I guess.