Here we are with the third and final part of the AEW Dynamite report: Leyla Hirsch vs Pink Thunder. Fresh from a great victory at the Revolution Buy In against Kris Statlander, Leyla Hirsch faced the number one contender for the women's title.
Despite an excellent performance, it was Thunder Rosa who won thanks to the patented Fire Thunder Driver. Post-match, Tony Schiavone takes the microphone and announces that next week Britt Baker will have to defend the AEW Women's Championship against Pink Thunder: this time, however, it will not be a normal match, but a Steel Cage Match!
But that's not all, because the match will be held in San Antonio, the challenger's hometown. 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.
Guevara showed us once again why he's considered one of the four pillars of All Elite Wrestling as he won his third TNT Championship.
Scorpio Sky is very talented
The Spanish God and Tay Conti also seem to be on the cusp of a heel turn now, and the company needs to capitalize on this as soon as possible.
The champion goes on a rampage and screams at the conspiracy against her. TNT Championship: Scorpio Sky vs Sammy Guevara Chaotic main event that saw Sammy Guevara crash into a table outside the ring after failing a 630 splash and decisive interference from Dan Lambert and Paige Vanzant.
It was Scorpio Sky who took advantage of this and scored his TKO, obtaining the winning pin and becoming TNT Champion for the first time in his career. Scorpio Sky is therefore the only AEW wrestler to have won both the TNT Championship and the Company's duo titles.
AEW Revolution featured an amazing ladder match with a TNT Title shot on the line. Five of AEW’s brightest talents and a surprise entrant battled it out until an unconventional winner pulled down the brass ring. Scorpio Sky ripped Cody Rhodes from the top of the ladder to register the biggest win of his career.
Page may not have won, but he put on a wonderful performance in his AEW debut. In an impressive feat of strength, Page hit a Razor’s Edge on Lance Archer. He then received a short-arm clothesline from Jake Roberts.