The John Report: AEW Dynamite 08/09/23 Review

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This week’s AEW Dynamite featured The Young Bucks against The Hardys, Hikaru Shida defending the Women’s Title in the main event, Blackpool Combat Club against the Lucha Bros and more.

This was AEW Dynamite episode #201 at the Nationwide Arena in Columbus, Ohio. Check out the AEW PPV listing archive only on TJRWrestling as well. Follow me on Twitter/X @johnreport. Let’s get to it.

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

Jericho Appreciation Society Mandatory Meeting

The members of the Jericho Appreciation Society were in the ring for the meeting. Matt Menard introduced Chris Jericho. Everybody in the ring was dressed in black while Jericho had on a red jacket and slacks along with a black shirt. The black look is what people wear at a funeral, as we know.

Jericho spoke about how he was their friend and said we know they had a problem, but Daniel Garcia asked him to stop talking. Garcia mentioned Jericho hitting him with a baseball bat last week and pinned him. Garcia said he chose Jericho every single time over his heroes and his friends. Garcia said because Jericho isn’t choosing him, Garcia can’t do this anymore. Garcia danced and left.

Jake Hager, who rarely wrestles for this company, said that everybody knows that Jake liked that hat. The fans popped for that. Jake said that he wants everybody to know that he doesn’t appreciate Jericho.

Chris Jericho spoke about how their careers are better since they are associated with him and they are proud of that fact.

Tay Melo and Anna Jay spoke up. Tay said she feels sick and she’s not even talking about the baby. Tay said she’ll have this baby, come back next year and be a champion without Jericho because she quits this group. Anna Jay said tonight about winning the AEW Women’s World Championship and it’s not about appreciating him.

Angelo Parker was next saying he loved being a sports entertainer and spoke about his hair day. Parker said he’s done everything he could to make Jericho proud of him. Parker spoke about bleeding out in a double cage. Parker said he’s given Chris everything he can, but what has Chris given him? Parker said he has nothing left to give him and left.

Matt Menard was next saying Jericho was his childhood hero. Menard said when he was 15 and got his first paycheck, he spent his money on a Jericho shirt. Menard said when his wife was eight months pregnant, he had no job, but Jericho heard his story and Jericho helped Menard get into AEW. Menard said the last 18 months have been nothing but a dream for him. Menard mentioned guys like Eddie Kingston & Kevin Steen (that’s Kevin Owens) hate Jericho’s guts, so now he’s starting to understand why.

Sammy Guevara was last and he slapped the microphone out of Jericho’s hand. Sammy said he went from getting an AEW World Title match to fighting Jericho’s battle with Sting and putting him through a table because Sammy was loyal to Chris. Sammy said deep down he always thought Jericho would help him. Sammy told Jericho he had a lot of stuff to work out and if he does work it out, maybe Sammy will be here. Sammy touched Jericho on the shoulder and left.

Analysis: I’m not sure if I have any feelings about this group ending. They really didn’t do that much. The Inner Circle was a lot better and more interesting too. The majority of this group was full of wrestlers that lost most of their matches. Guys like Hager, Menard and Parker rarely won. Anna Jay is still early in her career while Tay is pregnant, so she’s out of action until next year. Garcia was decent I guess in the group. Sammy is a main eventer or close to that, but he should probably be a face. Perhaps the story will be that Jericho turns down working with Don Callis and reforms this group with Jericho as a babyface instead of a heel. I don’t know what the plan is, but that’s certainly possible.


Chris Jericho was shown walking backstage with Renee Paquette trying to talk to him. Don Callis walked up to Chris, who told Don he’ll make an announcement next week if he’ll join the Don Callis Family.

Analysis: It seems like Jericho will be joining the Don Callis Family, but it wouldn’t shock me if there’s a swerve. This could be a way to make Jericho into a babyface for the first time in AEW after four years as a heel.

A clip was shown from Collision with FTR challenging the Young Bucks to a match at All In at Wembley Stadium.

The Young Bucks entered for tag team action with a 36-14 record. It’s weird thinking how they have only had 50 two-on-two tag team matches in AEW in over four years. That’s a light schedule. Excalibur said this is only their third tag team match in the last 12 months since they have done a lot of trios tag team matches. The Hardys entered with a 3-1 tag team record in AEW.

The Hardys – Matt & Jeff Hardy (w/Brother Zay & Ethan Page) vs. The Young Bucks – Matt & Nick Jackson (w/Brandon Cutler)

For the sake of the review, I’ll write Hardy referencing Matt Hardy and just Matt for Matt Jackson. Otherwise, it would be very confusing writing “Matt suplexes Matt” or whatever.

Jeff with an atomic drop on Matt followed by a flipping neckbreaker. Hardy tagged in for some double team offense. Nick was in the ring illegally so The Hardys slammed Nick onto Matt on the mat. The Hardys hit a double team back suplex for two. Hardy pulled Matt off the ropes leading to a pin attempt for two. Jeff tagged in with a leg drop on the legs with Nick breaking up the pin. Hardy was holding Matt while Jeff was pinning and the inept referee was still counting. You shouldn’t be counting there if two guys are pinning one guy. Anyway, Nick got involved to stop a double team move with a kick and Nick hit a neckbreaker on Hardy. That is more illegal offense from the Young Bucks. Nick was a flurry of offense with splashes and moonsaults. Matt in for some illegal offense as the Bucks hit a moonsault and splash combo. Nick hit a twisting dive over the top onto both Hardys on the floor.


Matt Hardy hit a Side Effect on Matt Jackson. Jeff tagged in against Nick with an atomic drop, double leg drop, dropkick and elbow by Jeff for two. Jeff jumped off the top with Whisper in the Wind onto both Bucks for a two count on Nick. Young Bucks hit double superkicks on both Hardys and a Dudley Death Drop (3D) on Jeff for a two count. The Hardys got back up with double Twist of Fate moves on both Bucks. Jeff went up top and hit a Swanton Bomb on Nick, but Matt Jackson broke up the pin. Matt Hardy was across the ring instead of trying to stop Matt Jackson breaking up the pin. Jeff and Matt Hardy each hit a Twist of Fate on Nick, who sold the second one like a handstand. Matt Jackson superkicked Jeff in the leg while Jeff was going up top. Bucks hit a BTE Trigger (double knee) on Matt Hardy and Nick Jackson pinned Matt Hardy for the pinfall win. That was a lot of illegal offense by Matt Jackson before the finish. It went 10 minutes.

Winners by pinfall: The Young Bucks – Matt & Nick Jackson

Analysis: *** It was fine for a ten minute match between two of the best brother tag teams of all time. The Hardys have definitely slowed down a lot and looking like guys in their mid-to-late 40s. Wrestling smarter is the right move, that’s for sure. As for the Young Bucks, I’d enjoy their matches more if they didn’t do random double team moves while ignoring rules, but that’s just how they are. I’d rate Young Bucks matches higher if there was less of the random going into the ring offense. The result was obvious with the Young Bucks getting the win since they’ll be against FTR at All In.

The Young Bucks and The Hardys shook hand after the match. Brandon Cutler even did his stupid spray onto the Young Bucks too.

Nick Jackson said “FTR” so the FTR team of Dax Harwood & Cash Wheeler walked out with the AEW Tag Team Titles. The teams had a staredown as Taz mentioned there was bad blood between the teams “for those that don’t know.” Nick said: “All In.” FTR held up their titles. That’s a challenge accepted apparently.

Analysis: It’s official for All In with FTR facing The Young Bucks for the third time. That will be an outstanding match in front of a massive crowd at Wembley Stadium. Nick Jackson saying “FTR” and “All In” felt like the longest Young Bucks in-ring promo this year. They never get to talk in the ring.

There will be a Women’s 4-Way match at All In for the AEW Women’s Title. Three women have to win matches to get into it while Toni Storm is in it. Obviously, Saraya & Britt Baker will win their matches to get into it with Shida & Storm.

Last week, MJF and Adam Cole made their All In match official for MJF’s AEW World Heavyweight Title.

There was an Adam Cole-MJF hang out video at a trampoline park “last week” with a lot of kids also there. Cole loved it, but MJF hated it until Cole mentioned dodgeball. MJF played dodgeball with kids and he threw dodgeballs at the kids. MJF to a kid: “Hey you, I slept with your mom.” The kids sold it like they were knocked out. A little girl called Cole & MJF “nerds” for being at a kids trampoline park. Cole said you shouldn’t talk like that and the girl gave Cole a middle finger. MJF threw the ball at the kid although we didn’t see her get hit. That ended it.

Analysis: It was pretty funny and a bit cheesy too. They showed MJF throwing the balls at the kids in slow motion because they were probably light tosses, so if you showed them at regular speed you could tell how light he was throwing the balls. Good selling by the kids.


There were highlights shown of the BCC beating Best Friends on Rampage in a Parking Lot Fight. I don’t watch that show. Sorry.

The Blackpool Combat Club’s Jon Moxley, Claudio Castagnoli and Wheeler Yuta. Moxley talked about how The Best Friends don’t deserve to be in a parking lot fight with them. Moxley had a message for the Lucha Brothers and threatened them while mentioning what happened to Pac. Claudio talked about how he injured Pac. Wheeler Yuta mocked Pac for being hurt. Moxley said they don’t fear the Death Triangle or death because “death fears us.” Sure it does.

FTW Championship: Jack Perry vs. Rob Van Dam

This is RVD’s first match in AEW. RVD entered to the song “Walk” by Pantera that he had in ECW, so that’s cool. It’s FTW Rules meaning anything goes and falls count anywhere. RVD is in good shape for 52 years old.

Perry attacked RVD from behind with a forearm to the back and some middle fingers for the crowd. RVD used his legs to roll up Jack for a two count. RVD hit a spin kick in the corner. Jack bailed to the floor, RVD followed and Jack sent RVD into the top of the steel steps. RVD set up Jack against the barricade and RVD jumped off the barricade with a spinning leg drop. RVD can still do that move even though the barricade was further away here compared to other companies.


RVD avoided a Rolling Thunder attempt by Jack and RVD did a monkey flip across the ring. RVD dropkicked a chair into Jack’s face. RVD hit Rolling Thunder onto a chair on Jack for a two count. Jack avoided a kick by RVD and Jack threw a chair at Rob, who ducked it, so the chair hit referee Bryce Remsburg. RVD knocked Jack down with a spin kick. RVD went up top, Jack tripped up RVD on the top rope and Jack gouged the eyes. RVD managed to toss Jack off the top through a table on the floor. That table was set up during the break. Back in the ring, RVD went up top and hit a Five Star Frog Splash on Jack for the cover, but the referee was still down as the fans counted. The backup referee Aubrey Edwards went into the ring and counted the pin for a two count. RVD talked to her about it, Jack did a low blow, Jack sent RVD into the chair against the turnbuckle and Jack did a ROLLUP OF DEATH~! with tights for the pinfall win after 10 minutes.

Winner by pinfall: Jack Perry

Analysis: *** It ended up being a pretty good match after a slow start. Jack is doing a nice job with the heel mannerisms while RVD looked sharp for the guy that doesn’t wrestle that often these days. That was a cheap win for Jack after the referee was bumped and RVD had it won, but the second referee was way too slow to count the pin. Anyway, the finish was fitting for a crafty heel like Jack, who is all about winning in a cheap manner these days.

Lucha Bros and Alex Abrahantes were interviewed by Renee Paquette. They are going to get revenge for what BCC did to Pac. Penta said they’ll show BCC why Lucha Bros are the best tag team.

Let’s Hear from MJF & Adam Cole…bay bay

The duo of AEW World Champion Maxwell Jacob Friedman (MJF) and Adam Cole made their entrance wearing “Better Than You Bay Bay” shirts. Cole had a white shirt and MJF had a black shirt. MJF even greeted fans around ringside.

MJF said “The Devil has arrived” and the fans cheered. MJF sucked up to the crowd saying that his favorite place in the USA is the Midwest. Adam Cole said he knows they’ll wrestle for the AEW World Title at All In, which Cole is going to beat him for, by the way. MJF thinks Cole wanted a promo battle. MJF said Cole is so pale white that if this was the 1980s, Hogan would have snorted him. MJF mocked Cole having a concussion in the past and having “noodle arms” but Cole said he didn’t want a promo battle.

Cole spoke about making history at All In at Wembley Stadium. Cole said the fans loved him as a tag team and they would love to see them with tag team gold around their waists. Cole mentioned another set of Tag Team Championships – the ROH World Tag Team Titles. Cole said he owes his entire career to Ring of Honor. Cole said that pro wrestling that you know and love is thanks to ROH. Cole mentioned all his titles in ROH while saying he never won the ROH Tag Team Titles. Cole mentioned teams that held those titles like the Kings of Wrestling, ReDragon and The Briscoe Brothers set the bar for what great tag team wrestling is all about. Cole said that AEW has the Zero Hour pre-show at All In where Cole & MJF should become the ROH Tag Team Champions.

MJF didn’t seem thrilled about wrestling twice in the same night and asked if Cole was a sick pervert? MJF said normally he threatens to stab somebody with an iron if they want him to wrestle more than once. Max asked the crowd if they want them to become the ROH World Tag Team Champions and the fans were cheering. MJF said that as “your scumbag” they are challenging Aussie Open for the ROH Tag Team Titles at All In during the Zero Hour pre-show. MJF said it’s because “we are better than you…bay bay.”

Roderick Strong arrived in a neckbrace shouting “Adam” at Cole. Strong can’t believe that Cole wants to win the ROH Tag Team Titles with MJF, but not with an ROH legend and his real best friend, Roddy. MJF said he was sick of Strong’s jealous ex-girlfriend vibes. MJF wanted Strong to get into his car, go home and cry into his pillow. MJF wanted Strong to listen to Taylor Swift and “Shake it Off, you bland bitch.” The fans chanted “Shake It Off” at Strong.

Strong wondered why Cole was letting MJF talk to Strong like that. Strong said that The Kingdom was right about Cole saying that Cole was never Strong’s friend. Mike Bennett and Matt Taven walked out to hug Strong and walk to the back with him. Cole shoved MJF asking him what his problem? Cole said he is Max’s friend and Strong’s friend too. MJF was pushing MJF in the chest. Cole said he was sorry. MJF said let’s hug it out, so they hugged. MJF said it’s fine and told Cole to go check on his boy while Cole said he was sorry. MJF said “alright” as Cole left. Cole ran to the backstage area.

Analysis: A long segment featuring two of the best talkers in AEW. That’s an interesting development to have Cole & MJF wrestling twice at All In by putting them on the pre-show in an ROH Tag Team Title match. It’s not official yet, but it’s coming. I am leaning toward the prediction that Cole is going to be the one turning heel on MJF to become the AEW World Champion. Maybe Cole will form a stable with The Kingdom & Strong. It would make sense due to their history together. If they did that then it would really make MJF a top babyface in AEW. Anyway, I’m intrigued to see where it goes. The MJF-Cole story is arguably the best thing in AEW right now.

A video aired about AEW Collision last Saturday with Excalibur saying it was a “monumental” show. CM Punk beat Ricky Starks in the main event. After the match, Starks whipped Ricky Steamboat with a leather belt since Ricky was there as a referee.

This Saturday on AEW Collision: House of Black defends the AEW World Trios Championships against CM Punk & FTR.

Blackpool Combat Club made their entrance from the back part of the arena.


Lucha Brothers – Penta El Zero Miedo & Rey Fenix vs. Blackpool Combat Club – Jon Moxley & Claudio Castagnoli

The Lucha Bros attacked from behind to start the match. Penta hit the Made In Japan slam on Penta for two. Things slowed down a bit with Moxley catching both brothers leading to a double DDT. All four guys were in the ring doing spots, the referee tried pulling Claudio back and Yuta hit Fenix with a title shot to the head. Claudio launched Fenix in the air and Moxley hit a Cutter for two. I thought Penta was the legal man, but I wasn’t paying attention. Claudio hit a body slam along with an elbow drop. They went to a picture-in-picture break.


The BCC guys were in control with Claudio holding Fenix up and Moxley jumping off the turnbuckle for a spike piledriver on Fenix. Moxley tried a top rope clothesline, but Fenix avoided it and Fenix did a double stomp on Claudio. Penta got the tag leading to a jumping DDT on Moxley, who wasn’t legal, yet in the ring for a long time. Penta with double knees to the back of Claudio. Fenix tagged in, jumped off the top with a Frog Splash and missed because Claudio moved. All four guys were in the ring doing strikes and Moxley hit a Cutter on Penta. Fenix jumped back up and hit a superkick with all four guys laying on the mat because they decided to sell at that point. Claudio and Fenix exchanged forearms, then Fenix got back up and delivered chops. Fenix bounced off the ropes with a hook kick. Penta got a tag and Claudio hit an uppercut. Moxley tagged in to pin Penta for two. Moxley and Penta got into a chop fest that lasted over one minute. Penta tried a springboard attack, Moxley blocked it and Fenix got involved leading to a sloppy looking piledriver for two. Yuta grabbed Fenix’s leg, the referee did nothing as usual and didn’t eject anybody. Fenix hit a moonsault on the floor and landed on Yuta on the floor. Claudio ripped off Penta’s mask, so Moxley did a ROLLUP OF DEATH~! on Penta and grabbed the tights to pin Penta. The director completely missed the mask pulling, but they showed it on replay. It went about 14 minutes.

Winners by pinfall: Blackpool Combat Club – Jon Moxley & Claudio Castagnoli

Analysis: ***1/2 A good match technically in terms of moves and nearfalls throughout the match, but I thought it was a lame ending. It also sucks when the director misses the ending when it’s a mask pull like that. This match had so many crazy moves with guys kicking out of everything, but Penta can’t kick out of a simple rollup just because his mask was removed? I get that Penta wants to cover his face and as a luchador, it’s tradition to have a mask. I just think it’s a weak ending that AEW has done before too. Anyway, Mox & Claudio work well as a team. I just wish they cared about tag rules like they are supposed to because this was just random spots and guys going into the ring whenever they wanted.

Post match, Moxley choked out Penta, who had a black towel covering his head. Claudio put on Penta’s mask and beat up Fenix with punches. Some AEW Officials went out to the ring to try to stop it. The BCC guys left. The announcers pushed the idea that the BCC took out Penta & Fenix’s buddy Pac too, so now they are going after them.

Analysis: I thought Jon Moxley was feuding with Orange Cassidy for All In, but now it’s more of a BCC feud with the Death Triangle (Lucha Bros & Pac) group instead. It gets more people on the show I guess.

Kenny Omega was interviewed backstage by Alex Marvez. Omega said he’s going to talk to JR about his future, Don Callis and Konosuke Takeshita, so he’ll talk about his plans for All In there. Marvez wanted a scoop, but Kenny just left.

Analysis: It’s probably going to be Kenny against Takeshita at All In, but it’s not official yet.


Let’s Hear from Swerve Strickland & Mogul Embassy

Swerve Strickland was in the ring for a promo with the Mogul Embassy. Swerve bragged about AR Fox and him beat up Nick Wayne last week. Fox called out Darby Allin to bring his ass out here.

Darby Allin made his entrance alone with Allin on the ramp. Allin said he called Fox and he wouldn’t answer. Allin said that he tried to get Fox into AEW sooner, but then Fox got to AEW by himself and said congratulations to Fox. Allin said he respected Fox and he’s going to credit Fox for changing Allin’s life. Allin said Fox has some new friends, but Allin has friends too. The lights went out and the fans went wild.

When the lights came back on, Sting was in the ring with his bat and the heels were running way like cowards. Swerve turned around and Sting hit Swerve in the ribs with the bat. Sting pointed at the All In logo in the upper deck and Swerve bailed at that point. Swerve and friends left while Sting & Allin celebrated in the ring.

Analysis: The Mogul Embassy looked like a bunch of tough guys until a guy in his 60s with his bat showed up. Anyway, the lights going off so Sting can get into the ring is always going to pop a crowd. It’s simple, but it works. I don’t mind Allin & Sting as a team even though it’s predictable because they win every match. We found out moments later that it’s a Coffin Match at All In with Sting & Allin against Swerve & Fox. Maybe one day AEW will remember Keith Lee probably should get a match with Swerve, but it never seems to happen.

There was a rundown of matches coming up on Rampage and Collision.

Next week on AEW Dynamite:

* MJF & Adam Cole will talk about the main event of All In

* Kenny Omega sitdown interview with Jim Ross

* The Bunny vs. Dr. Britt Baker D.M.D.

* Darby Allin & Nick Wayne vs. Gates Of Agony

A tag team match has been added to AEW All In:

* Coffin Match: Sting & Darby Allin vs. Swerve Strickland & AR Fox.

The AEW Women’s Title was up next in the main event.


AEW Women’s Championship: Hikaru Shida vs. Anna Jay (w/Matt Menard & Angelo Parker)

They spent the first minute going for moves and doing counters. Shida hit a jumping knee attack. Shida hit a jumping knee attack in the corner. Shida did some corner punches by the turnbuckle, Jay knocked her down on the apron and Jay did a spin kick knocking Shida down to the floor. I don’t know if the kick even touched her. Anyway, Jay sent Shida back in for a two count. They went to a picture-in-picture break with only a few minutes left in the show.


The show returned with about five minutes until the end of the show. Shida hit a suplex followed by a running elbow. Jay trapped Shida against the turnbuckle and Jay hit a spinning kick to knock Jay down. Shida came back with a knockdown on the apron. Shida set up a chair to try to jump off it, but Parker got in the way. Jay sent Shida face first into the steel steps and went back in for a two count. Jay applied a chinlock because if it wasn’t much of a Queenslayer, Shida broke out of it easy and Shida got to the ropes. Jay went for the Queenslayer again. Shida picked her up and hit a Falcon Arrow slam for two. Shida hit a Kitana kick for the pinfall win after ten minutes. Parker reached into the ring to try to help Jay kick out, but it didn’t work. The referee just kept counting. Weird finish.

Winner by pinfall: Hikaru Shida

Analysis: **1/4 It was a solid match. It didn’t feel like a big main event and it was a poor ending. When it was over, I thought that’s it? She beat her with that move? The kick didn’t look devastating at all. This felt like a weak main event going into it and then they went on to have a very average match. Jay went for the Queenslayer, yet it was never applied that well and Shida got out of it easily. I’m happy for Shida as the champion. This was just a very underwhelming main event.

After the match, Shida said she’s coming to Wembley as the champion. Shida celebrated with the AEW Women’s Title while Excalibur shouted about things coming up soon. End show.

Analysis: This is one of the weakest endings in Dynamite history. I’m all for women’s wrestling. I want AEW to feature the women more. I think they need to put more than one woman’s match on the show most weeks. However, this match didn’t feel like a big deal, nor was there any sort of story. Yes, we want more women’s wrestling. However, it should be built up better than this.


Three Stars of the Show

  1. Blackpool Combat Club – Jon Moxley & Claudio Castagnoli
  2. MJF & Adam Cole
  3. Jack Perry/RVD


The Scoreboard

This Week: 6.75 out of 10

Last Week: 7.25

2023 Average: 7.40


Final Thoughts

It was a solid episode of AEW Dynamite although I wouldn’t call it great by any means. The matches were okay. Moxley & Claudio beating Lucha Bros was the best match. It was also the second match out of four matches on this show that ended with a ROLLUP OF DEATH~! The finish was flat. The Hardys don’t move like they used to and Young Buck matches are full of random guys doing moves without being legal, so there’s no sense of logic or storytelling. RVD moved fine for a guy that’s 52 years old and I thought Jack Perry did well as a heel. Only four matches in two hours seems low for AEW.

I don’t know why they put the Shida-Jay match on last. It didn’t feel like a big deal. The women main evented last week with a title change, which made sense. This time it felt like AEW’s decision makers were reacting to people that criticize how they book the women’s division, so he put them in another main event. It felt like one of the weakest Dynamite main events ever. They probably should have ended with the BCC-Lucha Bros match instead.

There were some long promo segments with Jericho Appreciation Society all quitting on Jericho. Most of the group was full of wrestlers that lost most of their matches, so I don’t see why we should care if it is really done. The MJF-Adam Cole promo went on for a long time to have them wrestle twice at All In including an ROH Tag Team Title match. I didn’t see that coming. I also think Cole turning heel on MJF seems more obvious now with Cole likely working with The Kingdom & Roderick Strong in this storyline. The MJF-Cole thing is the best part of Dynamite easily.

The next AEW pay-per-view is All In London on Sunday, August 27th. Here’s the lineup so far.

FTR Young Bucks AEW All In

* AEW World Championship: Maxwell Jacob Friedman (MJF) (c) vs. Adam Cole

* AEW Tag Team Championships: FTR – Dax Harwood & Cash Wheeler (c) vs. The Young Bucks

* Coffin Match: Sting & Darby Allin vs. Swerve Strickland & AR Fox

* AEW Women’s Championship: Hikaru Shida (c) vs. Toni Storm vs. Winner of Saraya/Skye Blue (Rampage on Friday) vs. Winner of The Bunny/Britt Baker (Dynamite next week).


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