The John Report: AEW Dynamite 03/15/23 Review

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This week’s AEW Dynamite featured a triple threat Trios Tag Team Title match (say that three times fast) with House of Black, The Elite and Jericho Appreciation Society.

It’s the second-ever AEW Dynamite episode in Canada since they are in Winnipeg, Manitoba tonight. That’s the hometown of Chris Jericho, Kenny Omega and Don Callis to name a few.

This was AEW Dynamite episode #180 at the Canada Life Centre in Winnipeg, Manitoba. Check out the AEW PPV listing archive only on TJRWrestling as well. Follow me on Twitter @johnreport. Let’s get to it.

It’s Wednesday night and you know what that means. Excalibur, Taz and Tony Schiavone were on commentary.

MJF Birthday and Re-Bar Mitzvah Celebration

Maxwell Jacob Friedman made his entrance in a suit, scarf and the AEW World Title around his waist. Max turns 27 today (Wednesday). Happy birthday to MJF. MJF had four babes with him, he got three kisses on the cheek and a little makeout session with one of the women.

MJF insulted Canada for thinking Bret Hart was entertaining and said that Shawn (Michaels) was better. The fans booed. MJF talked about how Judaism is the only religion that matters. MJF talked about his bar mitzvah. MJF said that after he tapped out Bryan Danielson at AEW Revolution to retain the most important title in professional wrestling, he is no longer merely a man, he is Ironman.

There were some random Jewish people that ran out there, they danced in the ring with Max while music played and they celebrated MJF by carrying him on the chair.

It was interruption time with “Jungle Boy” Jack Perry making his way down to ringside.

Before Jack could say anything, Sammy Guevara was next up as part of the interruption.

Darby Allin was next up to join MJF, Perry and Sammy in the ring. MJF shouted to cut Allin’s music as the fans chanted for Allin, who wasn’t even on the Revolution PPV.

MJF asked what they want and all three men said: “I want a title match.”

Jack told MJF that the last time they wrestled at Double or Nothing 2020 and they went back and forth for 20 minutes, MJF cheated as always and MJF won. Jack said MJF got handed every opportunity in the book while Jack wrestled on Dark. Poor Dark. Jack said that MJF hasn’t wrestled on Dark, Dark Elevation or Rampage (way to tell us those shows don’t matter). Jack said some people only get 60 seconds on TV while MJF gets 20 minutes to do the same hokey bullshit. MJF said that this entire place revolves around MJF and it will change if he takes the title from MJF. MJF said that this company does revolve around himself because he is a star.

Sammy threatened that he could turn this into a re-circumcision. Sammy said that MJF kissed ass to get here while Sammy worked on the indies for the years, he worked at Whataburger, McDonalds and any job to get there. Sammy was told that he was supposed to be Inner Circle’s job guy, Jericho’s bump guy and then he became champion (TNT Title) three times over. Sammy said he never needed the machine, he got himself here and he’ll get that AEW World Title. Sammy said whether Max or the dumb ass Canadians like it, he’ll be a World Champion since he’s the best ever and you know it. MJF took a shot at Sammy for getting into brawls with everybody in the back.

Darby Allin talked about how going to film school in 2013 and a teacher telling him not to submit something, so he dropped out. Allin talked about going to wrestling school shortly after that. Allin spoke about how there will never be a bidding war for Allin because AEW allows him the opportunity to let Allin be himself. Allin said that his biggest problem in the company is people going on Twitter complaining about being unhappy and wanting out. Allin ripped on MJF for saying he wants to have the Bidding War of 2024. Allin said you know what he’ll do if MJF doesn’t give him a shot, he’ll go complain on Twitter. Allin said that he’ll give MJF a headlock takeover.

MJF took his glasses off and his left eye looked awful with a black eye. MJF ripped on all three guys while saying that Sammy is going to propose to a different girl. Sammy joked that MJF’s fiancée left him. MJF said that Jack has Christian, Sammy has Jericho and Allin has Sting. MJF said he didn’t need Daddy Day Care because he has been ready since day one. MJF said they are the pillars, but he is the only pillar that can keep this place up. MJF said he’s beaten all of them in singles competition while saying that they don’t deserve to sniff the BBB – the AEW World Title. MJF said he’s going to eat his cake because he deserves it. MJF said “thank you, screw you, bye” and slapped Jack in the face. Jack knocked down MJF with a punch. MJF was on the apron and Allin-Sammy bumped into the ropes leading to MJF bumping into the cake that was on the floor. The director didn’t shoot it from the best spot, but they got the landing.

Analysis: It’s a classic opening promo segment with a champion being interrupted by multiple people. It was really long because it went nearly 20 minutes. They are all AEW originals that are in their 20s and guys that AEW hopes to build around in the future (assuming they all stay in AEW). I thought Jack, Sammy and Darby all did a nice job making points about why they deserve an AEW World Title shot. MJF was terrific as usual while also taking the humiliating bump into the cake to pop the crowd. I would assume they would go with Allin or Perry as the next title challenger, but I don’t think either of them will beat MJF for the AEW World Title. I think MJF is going to hold that title through the spring and summer.

They showed earlier in the day when the Mayor of Winnipeg, Manitoba announced an Honorary Chris Jericho Way in his neighborhood. That’s cool.

The Blackpool Combat Club’s Jon Moxley, ROH World Champion Claudio Castagnoli and ROH Pure Champion Wheeler Yuta made their entrance in the back part of the arena. They were cheered with fans singing Moxley’s “Wild Thing” song even though they have been heelish of late.


“Hangman” Adam Page, Evil Uno & Stu Grayson vs. The Blackpool Combat Club – Jon Moxley, Claudio Castagnoli & Wheeler Yuta

Stu and Uno are Canadians. Uno with a boot to the face of Yuta, then some chops and Uno hit a suplex. Moxley tagged in with forearms on Uno, Claudio tagged in and hit a running dropkick for two. Yuta with a knee drop on Uno. Moxley worked over Uno’s right leg with a dropkick into the knee. Uno with a back body drop on Uno. Stu tagged in with a DDT on Yuta on the apron, then a kick to Claudio and a double knee attack off the top. Moxley was booed and Stu hit a spinning slam. Stu hit an impressive DDT on Claudio followed by a twisting splash off the middle ropes for two. Claudio shoved Stu out of the ring after Yuta opened up the ropes. There is Chris Jericho’s dad Ted Irvine sitting in the front row. BCC attacked Stu on the floor and Claudio hit a spiked piledriver on the floor.


Claudio remained in control of Stu with an uppercut. Moxley back in with a piledriver on Stu for two, so that’s two piledrivers on Stu in this match. Stu hit a running knee to the face to stun Moxley. Page got the tag about ten minutes into the match with a springboard clothesline, then a fallaway slam and a slingshot attack over the top onto Claudio on the floor. Page with a lefty lariat on Yuta. Uno was in as Page hit a Powerbomb on Yuta and Uno hit a senton bomb on Yuta. Claudio knocked Uno out of the ring and Stu clotheslined Claudio out of the ring. Page knocked Yuta out of the ring. Page faced off with Moxley, Page knocked Moxley down and Page was going for a Buckshot Lariat, but Yuta used the ring bell to hit Moxley on the apron. Moxley was down selling while Uno and Stu went into the ring brawling. I thought Page was legal, but apparently not. Stu sent Claudio out of the ring and Stu hit a somersault dive onto Claudio on the floor. Uno with a Paradigm Shift on Moxley and Stu/Uno hit a splash/cannonball combo. Stu hit a double team neckbreaker move with Uno that Excalibur was screaming about. Claudio tagged in, hurricanrana by Stu. Yuta knocked Uno off the apron, Claudio hit Stu with an uppercut and Moxley applied a rear naked choke submission with Stu fading out to end it. It went 14 minutes.

Winners by submission: The Blackpool Combat Club – Jon Moxley, Claudio Castagnoli & Wheeler Yuta

Analysis: ***1/2 It turned into a pretty good match. For most of the match it didn’t fall apart like most AEW tags, but then in the last few minutes it really did and I feel like they lost track of who was legal. The BCC guys continue to be heelish with Yuta doing cheap attacks during the match (Hangman sold the belt shot for several minutes) and that played a part in the finish. Moxley and Claudio finished off Stu to get the win. Stu should probably be still under contract in AEW because he’s really good, but they didn’t use him well like most of the Dark Order guys.

Post match, the BCC guys attacked some more. John Silver and Alex Reynolds ran out for the save, so BCC left through the crowd. I guess Silver and Reynolds are scary.

Analysis: More heelish behavior by the BCC guys.

A promo aired from Juice Robinson talking about how he attacked Ricky Starks last week.

Jade Cargill’s TBS Title Canadian open challenge was up next.


They replayed the opening promo segment.

Jade Cargill entered as the TBS Champion with Leila Grey. She has held the title for 14 months. It was Nicole Matthews as the opponent. Nicole is a well-known indy wrestler from Vancouver.

TBS Championship: Jade Cargill (w/Leila Grey) vs. Nicole Matthews

Jade with a shove to the face, Nicole with a few forearms and Jade kicked her in the gut. Jade with a pump kick to the face and a Jaded slam got the pinfall win in under one minute.

Winner by pinfall: Jade Cargill

Analysis: 1/2* A squash win by Jade as usual.

Jade Cargill is 54-0 now. Renee Paquette tried an interview, but Jade intimidated her and pointed out that Renee is also Canadian. Jade pushed Renee into the corner and Renee left. Jade asked if that’s all that Canada has for. Welcome Taya Valkyrie making her AEW debut. Taya is from Vancouver. She said she would be home in LA during Dynamite, but here she is. Sometimes wrestlers lie during interviews and that’s okay. Taya got into the ring with Jade for a staredown. Cargill left the ring, Grey tried an attack and Taya hit her own version of the Jaded slam on Grey.

Analysis: It was heavily rumored that Taya would be accepting the open challenge since she was a free agent, but AEW decided to bring her out after the challenge. Taya had a very good run in Impact Wrestling for a few years, her WWE run lasted less than a year (a dumb release by them in my opinion), then she spent more than a year in Impact/MLW/NWA/indies and now she’s in AEW. Taya denied that she would be there at Dynamite, but that’s okay. Wrestlers lying are just doing their job. Taya has been doing that move a lot longer than Jade has been doing it while also wrestling a lot longer than Jade. Others have been doing that move longer too.

AEW announced that Taya Valkyrie is All Elite.

Analysis: Good signing because Taya is talented, but they don’t really book the women’s division that well. There are so many women in AEW that could be used better. However, AEW refuses to book more than one women’s match on most episodes of Dynamite and Rampage, so most of them don’t get the chance to show what they can do. There was a segment later involving several women so maybe AEW is improving.

Ricky Starks was interviewed by Tony Schiavone saying if Juice Robinson has an issue with him then bring it any time and any place.

A video aired about Orange Cassidy facing Jeff Jarrett while also promoting a Shazam movie that I am not going to watch.


QT Marshall was shown backstage hosting QTV with a bunch of people sitting around talking about the real news with Powerhouse Hobbs in there with the TNT Title. They showed a video of somebody breaking into Wardlow’s car and stealing the TNT Title. It was Aaron Solo, who was sitting in the room. They laughed at Wardlow comparing him to Batista, Marshall said “Ruthless Aggression” as well mocking Wardlow. Marshall laughed because Wardlow left his passport in the car. Hobbs: “Welcome to Will’s world, bitch.” The announcers summarized that QT orchestrated the whole car break in.

Analysis: This was done in the same way as the TMZ TV show that is really annoying. The stolen title from the car was just a storyline to build to this angle. I guess AEW worked us for thinking Wardlow’s car was really broken into and stolen.

Orange Cassidy had the All-Atlantic Championship in his backpack. He opened up his backpack, put the International Title into his backpack and left the AAC Title

International Championship: Orange Cassidy vs. Jeff Jarrett (w/Sonjay Dutt & Satnam Singh)

The International Championship is the new name for the All-Atlantic Title that Orange has held for months. I don’t know why Jeff Jarrett keeps getting title shots since he’s had numerous tag team title shots, but here we are. Jay Lethal had his left arm in a sling, so he didn’t go to ringside with Jeff and friends.

Jarrett did basic moves like arm drags followed by some strutting. Orange with a leapfrog, then his left knee buckled due to having an injury last week and Jarrett did a body slam. Jarrett mocked Orange with his own comedy kicks. Orange sent Jarrett into the top turnbuckle pads repeatedly, Dutt with a distraction and Jarrett hit a forearm to knock Orange down to the floor.


They were out on the floor with Orange on the ground grabbing his left knee. Singh tossed Cassidy into the ring while Jarrett distracted the referee. Jarrett teased applying a Figure Four Leglock, but then he did a Sharpshooter instead with Taz laughing about Jeff doing it in Canada. Orange powered out of it and applied a terrible-looking Sharpshooter. Jarrett applied a sleeper, Orange fought back with hands in the pockets leading to a jawbreaker counter. Dutt distracted the referee, Singh did a necksnap across the top rope and Jarrett did a kneebreaker. Jarrett applied the Figure Four Leglock, Orange got out of it rather easily and they exchanged punches. Jarrett shoved Orange into the referee Bryce Remsburg, so there’s a ref bump too. Dutt slid the guitar into the ring, referee Aubrey Edwards went into the ring and stopped a guitar attack. Orange got a rollup for two. Singh grabbed the guitar from Orange, so Orange tapped the referee on the shoulder, she saw Singh with the guitar and She tossed Singh from ringside. Bryce was back up to referee as Orange hit a DDT while selling the left leg injury. Jay Lethal into the ring with the Golden Globe while the referee was looking at Jarrett (Jay shockingly wasn’t hurt) and Jay hit Orange with the award. Jeff got a two count from that. Nice nearfall. Trent Baretta ran out and hit some move on Lethal on the floor but the director missed it. Orange tried a move, but he was selling the left knee injury. Jarrett tried The Stroke, Orange got out of it and Orange hit the Orange Punch for the pinfall win after about 14 minutes.

Winners by pinfall: Orange Cassidy

Analysis: ***1/4 The match was good with Orange selling for a lot of it before finding a way to make the comeback for the win. Lots of old school cheating by Jarrett because he’s a veteran that knows how to get heat and isn’t afraid to do it. They even did a ref bump spot in the match too. Stick to pocket moves, buddy. The finish was okay although I think Orange should have hit more than one move to win. Jarrett was on offense for several minutes before the one Orange Punch. I would have had Orange hit two moves to win. Hopefully Orange Cassidy never tries a Sharpshooter again.

There was a promo from the three trios teams in the main event talking about their match with Chris Jericho saying it was the biggest match in Winnipeg pro wrestling history.


There was a music video featuring The Acclaimed’s Max Caster, Anthony Bowens and Billy Gunn. They showed The Acclaimed meeting the fans in the video along with Caster in an elevator singing about them. It was about one minute.

Let’s Hear from The Outcasts

Saraya, Toni Storm & Ruby Soho made their entrance. Saraya had middle finger salutes for fans to remind us she’s a heel. They entered the ring for a promo with Saraya telling them to shut their mouths. Ruby said that once upon a time the grass was greener in AEW. Saraya claimed that without them there wouldn’t be a division. What division? There was only one women’s match at the last PPV. Saraya claimed she was a miracle. Saraya ripped on the fans and said “twats” which she claimed got her fined. Toni called the fans “fat people” while trashing AEW calling her an Interim Champion. Storm said that none of you appreciated her, but when Jamie Hayter bet Toni, you loved it. Toni claimed that the fans don’t know what they want, so they are here to give you change in the division because they are The Outcasts. Toni said they aren’t going anywhere. Toni mentioned women like Skye Blue, Willow Nightingale, Riho (no reaction for any of those three), Britt Baker and Jamie Hayter. The fans reacted to Jamie and Britt names, so that was their cue.

Britt Baker and Jamie Hayter arrived in their jean attire for a 2 on 3 attack, but shocking the three heels beat up the two faces. Ruby hit her neckbreaker on Baker and Storm hit the Storm Zero on Hayter.

The trio of Riho, Willow Nightingale and Skye Blue ran down to the ring with the 90-pound Riho carrying a steel pipe of some kind. Tony Schiavone was so impressed by the tiny woman with a pipe. Anyway, the heels retreated.

Analysis: That should set up a six-woman tag team match to give The Outlaws the win to help build their credibility. The promo by The Outlaws was the usual thing about the fans being the reason for their actions and so on. I don’t think the storyline is that interesting, but at least they got to do an in-ring promo instead of a quick backstage interview like usual.


The duo of Matt Menard and Angelo Parker did a promo about The Acclaimed disrespecting them.

They went over the Rampage lineup for this Friday. They are in a terrible timeslot at 11:30 pm ET roughly after college basketball on TNT. They also went about Dynamite matches while mentioning only Hook vs. Stokely Hathaway with more to come.

It was main event time with House of Black’s Malakai Black, Brody King, Buddy Matthews and Julia Hart up first. The ovation for The Elite was huge, especially for Kenny Omega, who is from Winnipeg. Loud “Kenny” chants from the crowd. I love their theme song. The Jericho Appreciation Society’s Chris Jericho, Sammy Guevara & Daniel Garcia were next. Loud ovation for Jericho in his hometown of Winnipeg. They showed Chris Jericho’s dad Ted Irvine in the crowd. The crowd sang along with “Judas” and the announcers didn’t talk over it as much as usual, so that’s nice.

AEW Trios Tag Team Championships: House Of Black – Malakai Black, Brody King & Buddy Matthews (w/Julia Hart) vs. The Elite – Kenny Omega, Matt Jackson & Nick Jackson vs. Jericho Appreciation – Chris Jericho, Sammy Guevara & Daniel Garcia

Don Callis joined commentary. This should be an insane spotfest with bad refereeing. Shockingly it’s Aubrey Edwards as the referee instead of Rick Knox, who usually works Young Bucks matches. There were 20+ minutes left in the show.

The rules (if they matter in AEW) are that two guys are legal while the others waited on the apron. Sammy dropkicked King, who no sold it and decked Sammy with a chop. Garcia tagged in, so King kicked Garcia to knock him down. Jericho tagged in against Black, then Omega tagged in and the fans popped for the Jericho-Omega showdown between the hometown guys, but then House of Black attacked both of them. They went to a picture-in-picture break.


Jericho hit a double underhook backbreaker on Black. Omega tagged in for a knockdown on Black as JAS posed together. Garcia and Sammy were both in the ring for a long time, Black tried to fight them off, Sammy with a jumping kick to the head and Nick tagged Black to make himself legal. Nick with an armdrag/headscissors on Sammy/Garcia. Nick hit a facebuster on Black in the ring. Buddy caught Nick and launched him into the ring with Black hitting a knee to the face. Nick avoided a jumping Buddy foot stomp off the top. Nick with an enziguri kick on Buddy, Omega got the tag and Omega hit a cross body block, then hammer smashes and a Snapdragon Suplex. Omega hit another Snapdragon Suplex this time on King and a rolling senton on Buddy, plus a moonsault off the middle rope for a two count. Jericho finally tagged in to face off with Omega again and they cleared the House of Black guys from the ring. Jericho and Omega got into a hockey fight exchanging weak punches, Omega hit Jericho with a knee. That led to a sequence where a bunch of guys went into the ring and hit moves to clear the ring. Matt had to run right into a double knee from Buddy off the top. Omega hit a Snapdragon Suplex on Buddy. Jericho tripped up Omega for the Walls of Jericho submission. Young Bucks hit double superkicks on Jericho, then they did it to like five guys that walked into them like dumbasses. King with a double lariat on the Young Bucks and then everybody in the match was laying in the ring/floor leading to a picture-in-picture break.


There were less than ten minutes left as Jericho punched Omega to the apron. Jericho went for the springboard attack, Omega moved and Omega hit a somersault dive over the top onto Jericho, who crashed into the barricade near his dad. Nick hit a dive onto House of Black on the floor. Matt and Nick went on the top rope, Sammy & Garcia stopped that and Garcia hit a superplex on Nick while Sammy hit a Spanish Fly slam off the top on Matt. Who was legal? Don’t know. Should the referee be counting? Sure, but there was none of that. King was on the top rope for some reason, he shoved Omega down and shoved Jericho down, but Omega hit a V-Trigger knee on King. Omega and Jericho teamed together for a superplex on the big man King, which drew a pop from the crowd. Jericho hit a Codebreaker on Omega for a two count. They showed Blackpool Combat Club and Dark Order/Hangman Page fighting backstage. Jericho with a forearm to the chest, but Omega got the knees up to block a Lionsault attempt by Jericho. Matt tagged in for his Northern Lights suplex sequence that he does on nearly every match including a double NL suplex. Jericho stopped a Bucks double team move with a Codebreaker on Nick. Garcia with a uranage on Matt and Sammy hit a shooting Star Press on Matt leading to Garcia covering (I guess he was legal) for a two count because King broke it up. King tagged Matt to become legal leading to King hitting a cross body block on Sammy. King hit cannonball splashes on Garcia & Sammy along with a senton splash on Sammy. Jericho tagged Sammy (who wasn’t legal – it was actually Garcia) and Jericho was against the three House of Black guys. King hit the Dante’s Inferno on Jericho for two because Omega broke up the pin. Jericho was handed the bat by Garcia, so Jericho hit King in the face with the bat. The referee never saw it. Sammy hit a Shooting Star Press on Nick and Kenny while poor Matt wasn’t touched, but fell down anyway. I watched it twice and it looks ridiculous. Jericho covered King for two after the bat shot. Jericho back up, Black into the ring with a back heel kick on Jericho to knock him out of the ring. There was no tag. Buddy got the tag while Garcia went into the ring illegally. Jericho was clearly the legal man. Buddy with a knee on Garcia, Omega with a kick and King hit the Dante’s Inferno sitout piledriver for the pinfall win on Garcia, who wasn’t legal. King actually tried to cover at first, but Buddy pushed him away. It went 22 minutes.

Winners by pinfall: House Of Black – Malakai Black, Brody King & Buddy Matthews

Analysis: ***3/4 A long match that was full of action and it was great, but the finish was faulty and I can’t ignore it like some people. You can’t be that bad on a finish. Jericho was the legal man, then he just left the ring and three guys triple teamed Garcia (because it’s AEW) to finish him off. Poor ending to the match. The refereeing was as bad as it usually is in multi-man matches in AEW. The Jericho/Omega spots were a lot of fun. I think the right team won because House of Black only won the titles a few weeks ago, so I didn’t expect them to lose. It probably would have been a better match if it was a bit shorter because it was dragging at times. You could tell they just wanted to go long so that a bunch of the guys could get their moves in. Can we please get Kenny Omega out of the trios matches and push him as a singles guy again? I think AEW needs him in that role.

There was time left, so Jake Hager went into the ring to attack House of Black with his JAS buddies. The Blackpool Combat Club and Hangman Page/Dark Order were fighting out into the arena. Hangman was all alone in the ring as Blackpool Combat Club faced off with him. The Elite’s Omega and Young Bucks stood in the ring behind Hangman. That led to the BCC guys backing away. Hangman was in the ring looking a bit confused by it all. The fans popped for it. That was it.

Analysis: A cool ending considering the history with The Elite guys and Hangman as former allies. There seems to be a bunch of stable wars going on. With the Blood & Guts match likely happening on TV again, it seems like they might have BCC & JAS team up as heels against perhaps The Elite, Hangman and maybe a Dark Order guy. It depends on how many people they have in the match. Anyway, I liked the ending although it was rushed.

Three Stars of the Show

  1. House of Black
  2. MJF/Darby Allin/Jack Perry/Sammy Guevara
  3. Chris Jericho/Kenny Omega

The Scoreboard

This Week: 8 out of 10

Last Week: 7

2023 Average: 7.57

Final Thoughts

It felt like a better Dynamite this week after a few down weeks. There were only four matches over the two hours, which is low for AEW, but three of the matches were very good while the fourth was a one-minute Jade squash. The main event Trios Triple Threat was fun, but the finish and disorganization was very sloppy (the legal man was not pinned). Certain people won’t mention it. I will because I want AEW to do a better job of booking finishes and not be sloppy like that.

Some of the promos were pretty good. They seem to like doing promos about how bad AEW is, though, which is a weird thing to do. The opening 20-minute promo with MJF, Darby Allin, Sammy Guevara & Jack Perry (Jungle Boy) was really well done as they all took shots at eachother and the fans were into it. Those are the four “pillars” of AEW, so they have interesting perspectives on things in the company.

The ending scene with Hangman Page getting some backup from The Elite against Blackpool Combat Club drew a big pop because of all the history there. It seems like they are setting the stage for a Blood & Guts/WarGames style match soon. The Winnipeg crowd was hot all night and helped the show feel like a big deal too. Lastly, I hope Orange Cassidy never tries doing a Sharpshooter again. That was painful to watch, but it was a solid match otherwise.

Thanks for reading. Go Toronto Blue Jays, Toronto Raptors and Toronto Maple Leafs. You can contact me using any of the methods below.

John Canton


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