*Spoiler* Sammy Guevara defended his title

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*Spoiler* Sammy Guevara defended his title

The last episode of Dynamite before Revolution airs from Daily's Place in Jacksonville, Florida, the location that gave birth to AEW three years ago. The show opens with the big announcement teased on social media: Tony Khan bought the Ring of Honor, a historic federation launched in 2002 and which in December last year seemed to have closed its doors forever.

A historic breakthrough that allows the AEW owner to have access to the entire library of ROH content and its intellectual property. As a tribute to one of the great matches of the first ROH show, Christopher Daniels and Bryan Danielson clash in the opener.

Both observe the "code of honor", shaking hands before the match. Christoper Daniels vs Bryan Danielson Although he is now 51 years old, "Fallen Angel" proves that he has not lost his former luster and that he is still one of the veterans of the business.

On the other hand, however, there is a Bryan Danielson more aggressive than ever: it is he who wins the match after KO Daniels with a series of violent elbows. Post-match Bryan rages on him, but the music of Jon Moxley resounds, welcomed by the jubilation of the public.

Sammy Guevara executed a rising knee on Allin, who was placed on the top rope. Both performers were now on the top rope, but Andrade quickly intervened and delivered a dual powerbomb, laying both Guevara and Allin. Andrade used a belt to attack both his opponents, with the crowd resoundingly booing him.

Sammy Guevara hit a GTS on Andrade

Sammy Guevara hit a GTS on Andrade, but Allin took him out and hit a Coffin Drop on the former WWE star. Just when he went for the pin, The Spanish God made his way back, pushed Allin aside, and pinned Andrade to retain his title.

The former AEW World Champion warns Bryan ahead of their match at Revolution, promising him a match to the death. 15 Team Casino Tag Royale Match valid to decree the third couple that will challenge the Jurassic Express for the titles in Revolution.

The winners are The Young Bucks after eliminating Darius Martin with a low blow and a superkick. At the PPV, the reigning champions, the Young Bucks and the Red Dragon, who have in turn become the first challengers in recent weeks, will clash.

Backstage we see Chris Jericho talking about his match against Eddie Kingston. The spirits are still very heated following the verbal quarrel had in recent days. The Canadian is interrupted by Santana and Ortiz and Jericho asks them if they are on the same side. Ortiz just nods his head.