Dynamite: Brody King defeated Darby Allin

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Dynamite: Brody King defeated Darby Allin

Welcome to the report of the new episode of Dynamite, broadcast during Discovery's Shark Week. At the commentary table, as usual, Excalibur, Taz and Tony Schiavone. Brody King vs. Darby Allin The show opens with a match between House of Black's Brody King and Darby Allin.

The difference in size between the two is remarkable and, in many ways, Brody seems to be playing with his opponent. It is he who wins thanks to a violent Gonzo Bomb. Post-match Brody rages on the former TNT Champion, but Sting comes to his aid.

The Icon prepares to hit him with the Scorpion Death Drop, but the lights go out and Malakai Black appears in the ring! A new face-to-face between Sting and the leader of the House of Black, but this time for the legend there is nothing to do.

He is yanked by Brody King and falls victim to Malakai's black mist. He plays the music of "The Redeemer" Miro, who for a long time in the past week had promised to take revenge on the House of Black. The Bulgarian-born wrestler stays on the ramap and just watches Malakai and Brody from afar.

Best Friends — Chuck Taylor & Trent Beretta (with "Freshly Squeezed" Orange Cassidy) vs Blackpool Combat Club's AEW Interim World Champion Jon Moxley & ROH Pure Champion Wheeler Yuta William Regal and Orange Cassidy join the comment table.

Brody King def. Darby Allin

Brody King followed Darby Allin out to ringside. Darby Allin briefly took control of the match before it headed back into the ring. Allin managed to beat the 10-count but was hit with the Ganso Bomb as soon as he entered the ring, and that was enough to put Allin away.

Very dynamic couple match that sees Moxley and Yuta come out as winners thanks to the pinfall of the ROH Pure Champion against Chuck Taylor. The cameras move to the ring where we see Tony Schiavone ready to interview Swerve Strickland and Keith Lee, new AEW duo champions.

A real celebratory ceremony in which the two thank the fans for their unconditional support. The celebrations are interrupted by Mark Sterling and Tony Neese. The attorney says he is close to closing the petition and that he would like Swerve off the AEW roster.

He insults the two and then turns to Kevin Gates, a well-known American rapper, present at ringside. Obviously, for Sterling, it ends badly: he gets punched in the face and Strickland throws a cake at him.