AEW Dynamite Title Tuesday lived up to its name with two major title changes on the show.
Dynamite Title Tuesday was a stacked show as AEW went head-to-head once again with NXT in a one-night revival of the Wednesday Night Wars. Both the AEW Women’s and International Championships were on the line in Kansas City, but one challenger had to be withdrawn from their advertised match.
Jon Moxley was still not cleared to compete after suffering a concussion during his International Title defence against Rey Fenix at Dynamite Grand Slam. Fenix won the gold as a result and Moxley was due to get his rematch on the 10th of October but will have to wait a bit longer.
Instead, Fenix put his gold on the line against former International Champion Orange Cassidy and the result saw Cassidy become a two-time champion as he defeated Fenix to reclaim the title that he put on the map.
AEW now has a three-time Women’s Champion
Later in the evening, Saraya put the AEW Women’s Title that she won in Wembley Stadium on the line against Hikaru Shida. Shida had held the title going into All In and set the record straight when she defeated the English star to claim the AEW Women’s Championship for the third time in her career.
In her previous two reigns as champion Shida has become both the longest-reigning and shortest-reigning Women’s Champion in company history so it remains to be seen how this reign will shake out.