After an extraordinary Revolution that was delivered to the archives, the subplots at AEW continue with another episode of Dynamite. Eddie Kingston, fresh from a great victory by submission against Chris Jericho, took care of opening the show.
Eddie admits he was very hesitant before the match and doesn't know if he might be able to show up at the PPV. He decides to summon the Canadian to ask him why he hadn't agreed to shake his hand. Jericho does not wait and, after a few minutes of hesitation, decides to shake his hand, but is interrupted by the attack of 2Point0 and Daniel Garcia.
Santana and Ortiz come to his aid but are blatantly attacked by Jericho with a baseball bat. Jake Hager also intervenes who first asks for explanations, then joins the assault by making the audience understand how it was something already orchestrated at the table.
After the ROH World Championship match ended, Jay Lethal's music hit and he came down to the ring along with Sonjay Dutt and Satnam Singh. Satnam Singh seems to be a great choice to be Jay Lethal and Sonjay Dutt's bodyguard.
Satnam Singh is very strong
Not only can he add muscle to the duo, but Lethal and Dutt will also be two fantastic teachers for Singh. He can learn a lot from the decades of experience Lethal and Dutt have. Jericho takes the microphone and announces the definitive split of the Inner Circle and the birth of his new team: Jericho Appreciation Society!
Stellar opener with a great Dante Martin that proves to be one of the best prospects in the AEW house. But the winner is Adam Page with the licensed Buckshot Lariat. At the end of the match, Page shakes his opponent's hand, praising him for what he has just done.
But Adam Cole's music resounds to interrupt everything, still stunned by the defeat at the PPV. He promises not to give him respite until he becomes the new champion and challenges him to a Six-Man Tag Team Match next week, announcing that he will have alongside him companions that Adam Cole knows very well.
The Ring of Honor World Championship match at Battle of the Belts II between Jonathan Gresham and Dalton Castle delivered, but the disappointing part was the build-up. The bout wasn't really promoted much in the build-up on AEW television and seemed like a last-minute addition to the card.
AEW Battle of the Belts II started off with what turned out to be the best match on the card. Scorpio Sky and Sammy Guevara tore the house down before a distraction from ringside cost Sky the bout.