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AEW Dynamite video highlights: Omega & KENTA vs. Moxley & Archer


KENTA made his in-ring AEW debut on last night's Dynamite, teaming with Kenny Omega to defeat Jon Moxley and Lance Archer. 

The unsanctioned, falls count anywhere, no DQ, anything goes match featured both teams brawling throughout Daily's Place, including through a kitchen. Potatoes, chairs, a barbed wire bat and a trashcan were among the weapons used in Omega and KENTA's victory. 

Earlier in the show, Moxley cut a promo on KENTA, his challenger for the IWGP United States Championship on the February 26 edition of NJPW Strong. 

In a video posted to social media and YouTube after the show, Omega, Don Callis and The Good Brothers addressed some of the verbal jabs that have been flying between members of NJPW's Bullet Club, his crew and The Young Bucks. It seems as though the foundation is being built for a feud between the sides. 

Sammy Guevara left The Inner Circle on last night's show after weeks of dissension building between him and MJF. Guevara delivered the news after MJF had attempted to trick him into saying he hated Chris Jericho early in the show. Meanwhile, Jericho and MJF beat The Acclaimed in tag team action. 

Tony Schiavone was conducting an interview with Sting, when they were interrupted by Team Taz dragging Darby Allin behind a car in a body bag on the video wall. Allin and Sting will team against Ricky Starks and Brian Cage from Team Taz in a street fight at the March 7 Revolution PPV.

In the show opener, Darby Allin beat Joey Janela to retain the TNT Championship. 

For video highlights from Dynamite, scroll down. 

More coverage from last night --

AEW Dynamite video highlights --

TNT Championship match: Darby Allin vs. Joey Janela

Jon Moxley promo

Sammy Guevara confronts MJF

Cody Rhodes & Lee Johnson vs. Peter Avalon & Cezar Bononi

Pac vs. Ryan Nemeth

Chris Jericho & MJF vs. The Acclaimed, Sammy Guevara leaves The Inner Circle

Sting interview, Team Taz drags Darby Allin

Kenny Omega goes golfing

Falls count anywhere, anything goes match: Omega & KENTA vs. Moxley & Archer

Kenny Omega, The Good Brothers & Don Callis address Bullet Club

Coach's Corner with Arn Anderson

Dynamite post-show