And here we are at the third and final part of the Dynamite report. Now everything is ready for the main event: a clash between Bryan Danielson and Chris Jericho, rematch of what happened at All Out. The Canadian won the PPV.
Chris Jericho vs Bryan Danielson. A great match, as expected, in some ways even superior to the PPV clash. The American Dragon wins by submission after overturning the four leglock figure in the patented crossface. The Canadian can do nothing but yield.
It will therefore be Mox and Danielson to clash next week at Dynamite to decree the new AEW World Champion. The title, we recall, was vacated by Tony Khan after the suspension of CM Punk. Unlike Punk's first injury, therefore, this time there will be no interim champion to keep his belt warm, but we will have a new champion directly, waiting to find out what the future of Best In The World will definitely be, also because for he and Steel were talking about dismissal beyond suspension, therefore a more serious measure.
Bryan Danielson shone
At the end of the match Moxley steps into the ring and shakes Bryan Danielson's hand as a sign of respect. It will be a "home" fight since both are part of the same stable, namely the Blackpool Combat Club.
WWE legend Road Dogg (Brian James) wasn't amused by how AEW has been using Bryan Danielson. "You know what they're doing [AEW] is wrong. How come they don't know it? How come they don't know it? And look, I agree with you.
If you're confused about what his character is and who he is, that is the worst place to be because wearing a gray hat there might be those tweeners... DX is a tweener but eventually you go to one side or the other because that's how I gotta book you against the antangonist or protagonist," Road Dogg said.
And on these images, today's episode of Dynamite ends! Appointment at Rampage this evening, and then directly at the Grand Slam. Returning to the titled match, if Danielson were to manage to defeat Jon Moxley he would get his first AEW belt from 2021 to today.
Mox, on the other hand, could become champion for the fourth time in his career (the first against Kenny Omega in 2020, the last two occurred against Tanahashi and Punk). Also announced for the episode a match between PAC and Orange Cassidy, valid for the All-Atlantic Championship, and an interim AEW Women's Championship Fatal Four Way between Toni Storm, reigning champion, Athena, Britt Baker and Serena Deeb.