AEW: Wardlow showed great skills

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AEW: Wardlow showed great skills

Revolution is just a few days away and the road to the first PPV of 2022 at AEW is starting to get more and more intense. Between great debuts, quality matches and very heated verbal confrontations, this is what happened in the episode of Dynamite, broadcast last night from Bridgeport, Connecticut.

Tag Team Battle Royal Number One Contender's Match The show opens with a Battle Royal involving the main Tag Team of the Company. Red Dragon win thanks to the elimination of Matt Jackson by Kyle O'Reilly. Red Dragon thus earned a title shot for Revolution.

It should be noted that at the beginning of the match the disagreements between Matt Hardy and the Private Party continued, fueling speculations of the imminent arrival of Jeff Hardy in AEW. At the end of the match, "Hangman" Adam Page arrives in the ring to make a clean sweep of the Red Dragon and Adam Cole, taking revenge for the attacks suffered in recent weeks, but the latter promptly retreats.

MJF faced Captain Shawn Dean on AEW Dynamite with the shadow of Wardlow's possible interference hanging over the match. It didn't take long for the cameras to cut to the back where we saw members of security laid out.

MJF panicked and Wardlow sneaked up on him from behind at ringside, dressed as a member of security.

Wardlow interferes

MJF was very angry backstage, to say the least, and said he had a new strategy to get rid of Wardlow.

We then saw him pass an envelope, presumably full of cash, to Jose, hiring The Butcher to wrestle Wardlow and take him out. Mr. Mayhem has been booked really well in recent weeks and despite having the odds stacked against him by MJF, is coming off as a major threat.

This is also a great way to kill time until we get MJF vs. Wardlow on pay-per-view. Page takes the microphone and jokes about his challenger's desire to become the next AEW World Champion, pointing out how in Revolution everything will turn into a nightmare when, because of him, he goes underground.

Backstage cut where Tony Schiavone interviews Bryan Danielson ahead of his match against Daniel Garcia. The American Dragon promises to show the world what a mentor really can do and Jon Moxley to bleed with him. The duo will perform as Tag Team at AEW Dark under the name TNT.

This name originated during their time in the Florida Indie Scene. AEW has booked ‘TNT’ against The Chaos Project – Serpentico and Luther.