AEW: Dynamite Results - November 10 2021

Last Dynamite before Full Gear

We are a few days away from AEW’s final PPV of the year, as Full Gear creeps into view.

All eyes are on the impending title showdown between AEW World Champion Kenny Omega and Hangman Page, with the two signing their contract for their match on Dynamite. Hangman signed and said he’d beat Omega’s ass for the title, but Omega said he was sad, reminiscing about their time as partners. Omega said AEW was built for Hangman, but his insecurities and failures cost him everything, yet Omega always saw a little of himself in Hangman before Hangman disappointed him. Hangman invoked the memory of the Golden Lovers which rattled Omega, before doubling down on his determination to win the big one at Full Gear, saying Omega is afraid of him, and has been since Full Gear 2020. The two went for one last handshake, but it was all a ruse, as a cameraman attacked Hangman, revealing himself to be Don Callis. Kenny then signed his contract, using Hangman’s blood.

Oh it is ON.

Jungle Boy had a week off from fighting the SuperKliq to wrestle Anthony Bowens, with ‘Jungle Jack’ getting the win with the Snare Trap after withstanding all of Bowens’ offence. However, before Jungle Boy could celebrate his victory, Bobby Fish appeared out of nowhere to put him down with a vicious T-Bone Suplex, before Luchasaurus and Christian Cage ran him off. However, it was later revealed that Fish attacked JB on Adam Cole’s behalf, with the former Undisputed Era stablemates reunited on AEW TV.

Bryan Danielson warmed up for his upcoming AEW World Title Eliminator Tournament Final against Miro by taking on CHAOS member Rocky Romero in Dynamite’s opener. The two veterans put on a back-and-forth technical wrestling clinic, with Romero looking strong in defeat. The question is, will more of CHAOS’ ranks come to AEW? 

Ahead of their upcoming 10-man brawl at Full Gear, the Inner Circle were out to give one more verbal kicking to Dan Lambert and American Top Team, but Lambert’s crew were on the attack, beating the hell out of Jericho and co. before Lambert locked a Boston crab on Jericho.

But if you see one match from this episode, it has to be Lio Rush and Dante Martin taking on Matt Sydal and Lee Moriarty. This was four men showing what they can do, with the always reliable Sydal, rapid Lio Rush, and star on the rise Martin going hell for leather. Surprisingly though, Lee Moriarty was arguably the standout, using his size and power advantage to take on the much smaller Rush and Martin. Martin got the win though, hitting a springboard moonsault onto Moriarty for the win.

Elsewhere: CM Punk and Eddie Kingston were separated in the parking lot. Wardlow sent Wheeler Yuta to the spirit realm after obliterating him, as The HFO attacked Yuta and The Best Friends. Tay Conti got a mental victory over Britt Baker ahead of their title match, by pinning Rebel in six-person tag action. And PAC and Dax Harwood battere one-another, before all hell broke loose in the aftermath, with Malakai Black, Andrade and FTR brawling with PAC, Lucha Bros, and Cody Rhodes.

Full results;

  • Bryan Danielson def. Rocky Romero
  • Tay Conti, Anna Jay, & Thunder Rosa def. Britt Baker, Rebel, & Jamie Hayter
  • Jungle Boy def. Anthony Bowens
  • Wardlow def. Wheeler Yuta
  • Lio Rush & Dante Martin def. Matt Sydal & Lee Moriarty
  • PAC def. Dax Harwood

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