Dynamite: Jon Moxley made a difference



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Dynamite: Jon Moxley made a difference

Welcome to the second part of the Dynamite report! Backstage we see Silver and Reynolds making fun of Butcher and Blade, but these two are not there and attack them. To their aid comes Adam "Hangman" Page, again with his friends from the Dark Order.

Varsity Blonds — Griff Garrison & Brian Pillman, Jr. vs. Christian Cage & Luchasaurus Couple match born as a result of Christian Cage's insults against the late Brian Pillman. To win is the heel team thanks to the pinfall of the Canadian against Pillman Jr.

after Luchasaurus had thrown Garrison at him with a mighty chokeslam. The two do not have time to celebrate because they are interrupted by the music of Jungle Boy !! Luke Perry's son is back in action exactly a month later when he was brutally attacked by Christian Cage in Road Rager.

Chair in hand, Jungle Boy prepares to enter the ring but is stopped by Luchsaurus. The former tag team partner thinks about it and lets it pass, returning to the ranks of the good guys !! Jungle Boy chases Christian around the arena, but can't get his hands on him.

Jon Moxley and Trent started things off. The world champion with a belly-to-back takedown.

Jon Moxley devastating

Chuck Taylor laid into Yuta at ringside until Jon Moxley chased him away. Best Friends isolated Wheeler Yuta and continued to dominate during the ad break.

FTW Champion "Absolute" Ricky Starks (with Powerhouse Hobbs) vs. Cole Karter The open challenge is accepted by Cole Karter, former Troy Donovan at NXT 2.0, making his absolute debut in AEW. The match was won in a short time by Ricky Starks with a powerful spear.

Post-match the champion launches another challenge, which is accepted by the bizarre Danahusen! Ricky Starks withdraws his words and announces that the match between the two, valid for the TNT Championship, will be held next week at Dynamite.

The cameras move into the ring where we see Tony Schiavone interviewing the FTR, ROH tag team champions. The two have vitriolic words towards the Briscoes, whom they will face next at Death Before Dishonor in a 2 out of 3 falls match.

Dax Harwood also reveals a thrilling anecdote: His 8-year-old daughter recently defeated a heart problem and, at PPV, will also fight in her honor. Top guys, out!! Keith Lee and Swerve Strickland were out next for a championship celebration.