Dynamite: Samoa Joe put in an exceptional performance

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Dynamite: Samoa Joe put in an exceptional performance

After the MJF promo that has blown everyone away, the episode of Dynamite continues with a tag team match between the House of Black, Malakai Black & Brodi King, and the team made up of Penta El Zero Miedo & PAC. Tag Team Match: Malakai Black & Brodi King vs Penta El Zero Miedo & PAC Despite the difference in size between the opponents, Penta takes home the victory pinning Malakai Black in a real upset.

At the end of the match, Brodi King attacks the two opponents, threatening to hit them with a shovel, but suddenly the lights go out. Once back active we find Buddy Matthews in the ring, better known to WWE fans as Buddy Murphy.

The speculations of the past few weeks have therefore proved to be true. The former 205 Live superstar seems to want to attack Black, but it's all a diversion to KO Pac and Penta, revealing himself as the new official member of the House of Black.

Buddy Matthews is All Elite. Face to face between Chris Jericho and Eddie Kingston, several times protagonists of heated clashes in recent weeks. The main event of AEW Dynamite saw Minoru Suzuki put the ROH Television Championship on the line against Samoa Joe.

This was Joe's first shot at an ROH title in a very long time and neither man backed down.

Samoa Joe faced Minoru Suzuki

The first part of the match was exactly what we expected, with both men hitting each other with stiff strikes with neither man going off their feet.

The slugfest continued until Samoa Joe hit the Muscle Buster to win his first championship since leaving WWE. The two confirm once again that they are among the best around in terms of mic skills with a much-felt promo. There is no shortage of digs at Kingston's physical condition and the fact that he never manages to win important matches.

Eddie responds in kind to the Canadian, asking him to come up with the attributes and stage the real Jericho, the one who put the WCW on fire and then angered Paul Levesque. The match is made official and the two will face off at Revolution, PPV scheduled for March 3 in Orlando, Florida.

Jericho promises that if he is defeated, he will look Kingston in the eye and declare respect for him. He also spent some time in WWE and is the only 3-time NXT Champion till now. His work in Ring of Honour is also notable. Wrestling fans consider his five-star rated match with Kenta Kobashi in 2005 a spectacle. It was the match of the year.