*Spoiler* A former WWE tag team will debut in AEW

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*Spoiler* A former WWE tag team will debut in AEW

You will surely remember the latest WWE layoffs that hit NXT too, with some releases that could have been there, but others that rocked the WWE Universe a lot. One of these was that of Tyler Breeze who had also hit Bayley, who had spent a few words for his friend and colleague on his Twitter account: "Breeze spent a lot of time teaching me things in the ring, watching my matches, little ones.

details, the work of the character, (and later taught me in LIFE) so much so that I would literally have written WHAT BREEZE WOULD HAVE DONE on my wrist for my matches." But if the layoffs outside are taken with extreme sadness, backstage we try to stay positive as Sheamus told us: "It's a good atmosphere and there are a lot of good guys in the locker room.

The future is bright for the company. and there's a lot of talent. The guys on the way, and the girls, are super talented." AEW Dynamite Homecoming did not disappoint. The main event saw Cody face Malakai Black in the latter's in-ring debut for AEW.

We also saw two former WWE NXT stars making their AEW Dynamite debut. Miro was in action defending the TNT Championship against Lee Johnson. We also had the third Labour of Jericho, which saw Chris Jericho face Juventud Guerrera after more than two decades.

Ever-Rise land at AEW Dynamite

On its Twitter account, the Jacksonville-based company has let us know that 2.0, the tag team formed by Matt Lee and Jeff Parker, known at NXT as Matt Martel and Chase Parker, the Ever-Rise will debut at AEW Dynamite.

The two will team up with Daniel Garcia in a six-man tag team against Jon Moxley, Eddie Kingston and Darby Allin on Tony Khan's decision. This tag team was fired on June 25th along with many other NXT superstars. We are happy to see them in AEW where they have now found a new home and wish them the best for their future career.

Here for now what we should expect from the latest Dynamite episode: - AEW TNT Championship: Miro (c) vs. Lee Johnson - Malakai Black vs. Cody Rhodes - NWA Women's Title Number One Contenders Match: The Bunny vs. Leyla Hirsch - Christian Cage vs.

The Blade - Chris Jericho vs. Juventud Guerrera - 2.0 (Matt Lee & Jeff Parker) & Daniel Garcia vs. Jon Moxley, Eddie Kingston, & Darby Allin. The finish of the match saw Jericho tear at Juventud Guerrera's mask.

He then briefly locked in the Liontamer before hitting Juventud with the Judas Effect. However, as per the stipulation, Jericho needed to hit a top rope maneuver to get the win. Jericho headed to the top rope and hit an incredible flying Judas Effect. Jericho then made the cover and picked up the win.