All elite wrestling comes from the Riakoulas Center in Philadelphia. I was happy that CM Punk explained it last week. Adam Cole defeated the Jungle Boy. Kenny Omega tried to fend off a rematch with Brian Danielson, but Danielson (and all his friends) was not deterred. Arn Anderson fired Cody Rhodes and admitted that he was (probably) a murderer. Moxley and Kingston teamed up with Arin and Sting to start the eerie season. In honor of Brodie Lee, Dark Order and Orange Cassidy undertook the Hardy Family Office in a 16-person tag match. Lio Rush is (again) All Elite. Anna Jay and Tay Conti (ring gear matching) defeated Penelope Ford and The Bunny. MJF and Darby Allin exchanged words. And Sammy Guevara defeated God’s favorite (former) champion Milo in the TNT title.
This Week’s Headliner:
This is the 2nd anniversary of AEW (a type). What is a better way to celebrate than ladder-based chaos and violence? Not more than that!
Tonight, the World Title Shot Casino Ladder Match will feature Andrade El Idro, John Moxley, Lance Archer, Matt Hardy, Orange Cassidy, PAC and The Joker. These competitors bring a lot of elements to the ring and will be interesting to see in the title scene (except Matt Hardy). Andrade El Idro was an exciting signator, but still couldn’t find a foothold in AEW, and having a feud in the main title allowed him to further solidify his position. John Moxley was previously locked out of the championship by Kenny, and you know he’s still angry about it. Lance Archer is on the right track to become a real murder Hawk monster threat at AEW (thanks Suzuki!) And can cause problems for the elite. Matt Hardy is there to fill in the numbers. Orange Cassidy would be an interesting choice as the crowd loves him, and we know he’s a great wrestler, even though he says he isn’t. Everyone loves the stories of the weak, especially the orange-flavored stories. Finally, PAC has an unfinished deal with Omega, and history has shown that Omega and PAC have insane in-ring chemistry. But the real mystery, like all games titled “Casino,” is who will be the Joker. The obvious answer is that it should be Hangman Adam Page. After all, he is the one we all are waiting for. He is the savior of horse riding who comes to get the belt from Omega. But is it too early for him to return? We all need a cowboy, so everyone is praying to Malaya!
Sammy Guevara defeats Milo and is new TNT Champion, And in the form of a true fighting champion, he never rests for a week to celebrate. Tonight, he will defend his first TNT title against his beloved indie star and former NXT wrestler Bobby Fish. Don’t expect Guevara to lose-after all, it’s his first title defense-but that doesn’t mean he’ll get off easily. Bobby Fish has a lot to prove and he’s unlikely to be the champion, but he’s out of his opponent Sammy Guevara. dynamite The crowd will not forget soon.
How do I book a champion and a new signer without always having a title? Eight tag matches, yes! (Also known as “How can I keep Kenny Omega busy until I can get the Hangman page back?”)
Elite (also known as World champion Kenny Omega, Tag team championship, The Young Bucks and Adam Cole) will undertake Brian Danielson, Christian Cage and Jurassic Express. It’s filled with crazy spots, non-stop action, and, of course, a nasty, shenanigan-filled finish.
World Female Champion Despite the bumps in the shape of Ruby Soho on the road, it was in good shape for a few weeks. Britt kicked Ruby behind the line, but something tells me that it’s not going to stick. In addition to the threat of Ruby Soho, Jade Cargill’s winning streak must win the championship. So tonight you might learn who will be her next big challenger.
Other things to note:
-Hikaru Shida is about to win his 50th victory over 1,000 women with Serena Deeb.
-CM Punk is happy.
-Jack Evans’ new haircut.
Tune to AEW with TNT at 8pm EST to see how all of this works.
– WWE Sports
AEW Dynamite Preview (October 6, 2021): Birthday party!
https://www.cagesideseats.com/2021/10/6/22712369/aew-dynamite-preview-oct-6-2021-anniversary-philadelphia AEW Dynamite Preview (October 6, 2021): Birthday party!