Multiple Title Changes On AEW Dynamite

AEW Dynamite featured multiple title changes

All Elite Wrestling returned to Toronto, Ontario, Canada for Dynamite on March 20, on an evening when multiple titles switched hands, with the AEW men’s division looking very different as we head towards Dynasty on April 21.

In his third match since signing with the company, and first singles bout, Kazuchika Okada is the second-ever AEW Continental Champion, defeating Eddie Kingston for the strap. The newest member of The Elite evaded a Kingston Uriken to hit a Landslide and a Rainmaker to get the win, breaking up the Continental Crown in the process. Okada celebrated as a ton of unexpected pyro went off, then likely found his first challenger as PAC came out to stare the new champ down.

Toronto’s own Adam Copeland also exited Dynamite with some gold around his waist, defeating old rival/friend Christian Cage to win the TNT Championship for a second time in a hard-fought I Quit match main event. In a match that saw tables, and ladders, and chairs (oh my) come into the equation, Copeland forced Cage to quit after handcuffing him in the corner and threatening to bludgeon him with Spike, the appropriately named barbed-wire 2x4 that was inspired by Mick Foley and Abyss. 

Unlike his first TNT Title win at Worlds End in December 2023, Copeland got to celebrate for more than 30 seconds, with Matt Menard and Daniel Garcia on hand to make sure there were no shenanigans in play from the Patriarchy.

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