Here we are with the second part of the AEW Dynamite report: PAC vs Wheler Yuta. Very easy victory for PAC who proves to have regained the grit and brutality of the past training thanks to the Brutalizer. Meanwhile, after yet another defeat reported in PPV, Matt Hardy has decided to convene an urgent council to try to clarify the situation with his HFO allies.
He apologizes to Isaiah Cassidy and Marq Queen for disrespecting him, admitting that he is no longer himself whenever he wears a toy and tie. The two seem to accept the apology but decide to attack him, supported by Andrade, Butcher and Blade.
Sting and Darby Allin come to his aid, but the numerical disparity is still evident. At a certain point the historic theme song of the Hardy Boys resounds and Jeff Hardy makes his entrance, greeted by an ovation from the audience.
Matt's brother begins to clean up his opponents, executes the Swanton Bomb and the two embrace in the center of the ring.
Jeff Hardy is back
Jeff Hardy is All Elite! Jeff's debut in AEW had been rumored for weeks and it was the former WWE Champion who revealed that he had signed with Tony Khan's Company, only to take back his words.
Promo by Wardlow, interviewed in the center of the ring by Tony Schiavone. After the victory at Revolution, which allowed him to win a shot for the TNT Championship, he admits that he had thought about it for a long time and that he wanted to interrupt the purely business relationship with MJF.
Stuffed by the constant disrespect and complaints, Wardlow announces that he is finally free from his lock and to focus only on his future as a single as now AEW will be the world of Wardlow. Wardlow has finally shown that he can handle the microphone too and that he is ready for a solo face run.
AEW Tag Team Championship: Jurassic Express vs The Acclaimed A close-knit couple match full of overturns. To win are the reigning champions thanks to the patented combined maneuver. This match stemmed from Keith Lee rejecting Marshall's offer to join The Factory on this week's AEW Dynamite.
The Limitless One hit a brutal headbutt on QT Marshall and then began manhandling the veteran performer. The former NXT Champion was then taken down by Marshall with a splash, but he kicked out at just one.