The next time AEW comes live on pay-per-view will be in November with Full Gear and that show now has its main event following Dynamite.
It was a huge night of title action on Dynamite on Tuesday in Cincinnati with no fewer than four championships on the line. Death Triangle retained their Trios Championship against Best Friends and Orange Cassidy, with Toni Storm also seeing off her challenger, Hikaru Shida, to retain the Interim AEW Women’s World Title.
The Ocho was also in action as Chris Jericho defeated former ROH World Champion Dalton Castle to retain that title, thanks to a wicked Judas Effect.
In the main event, Jon Moxley put his AEW World Title on the line in his hometown against Hangman Adam Page but the night did not end as presumably planned. During Moxley and Page’s match, Moxley nailed the former AEW World Champion with a clothesline that sent him inside out. Upon his nasty landing, Page remained still while referee Paul Turner almost immediately called ringside doctor Dr. Sampson into the ring.
The doctor called a halt to the match with Jon Moxley being declared the winner and Page being taken away on a gurney. With over ten minutes of the show remaining Moxley called out MJF – who earlier in the night gave one of the most impassioned promos ever witnessed as he went face to face with William Regal – and MJF soon answered the call.
Although MJF was not alone, with him was his chip that guarantees him an AEW World Title shot and referee Bryce Remsberg, indicating that an impromptu match was about to take place. Instead, MJF left fans waiting for action as he announced he was cashing in his chip for a shot at the AEW World Championship at Full Gear on the 19th of November in Newark, New Jersey.