The John Report: AEW Dynamite 08/16/23 Review

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This week’s AEW Dynamite featured The Young Bucks in tag team action, words from MJF & Adam Cole, Orange Cassidy defending his title and more.

It’s the “Fight for the Fallen” episode of Dynamite to raise money for the victims of the Maui, Hawaii wildfires with proceeds from the donations going to the Maui Food Bank. Good job by AEW doing that. Those wildfires have been wild and it’s sad to see what has happened there. Go to for more info.

This was AEW Dynamite episode #202 at the Bridgestone Arena in Nashville, TN. 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.

International Championship: Orange Cassidy vs. Wheeler Yuta

They are former friends, but Yuta is evil now since he’s in the Blackpool Combat Club. There were a series of moves and counters to start the match leading to slugfest. After about a minute of that, they each hit belly to back suplexes along with boots to the head to knock eachother down. Yuta sent Orange out of the ring and hit a suicide dive onto Orange on the floor. Orange delivered a vertical suplex on the floor. They were on the floor for over one minute, but referee Bryce Remsburg was on the ramp with them. Excalibur tried to defend the shitty refereeing. Yuta hit a piledriver on the ramp. After a few minutes on the floor, they went into the ring and Orange hit a Beach Break slam. That led to a two count. They went to a picture-in-picture break.


Yuta was in control biting the right hand of Orange and stomping on the right hand. Orange came back with a dropkick knocking Yuta out of the ring followed by a suicide dive. Orange went up top, Yuta went up with him and hit a superplex. Yuta went up top and hit a Superfly Splash for a two count. Orange got a rollup for two. Orange went for a DDT, then he sold a knee injury. Orange still managed to hit a Michinoku Driver. Orange with a PK kick along with a Tornado DDT. Claudio Castagnoli and Jon Moxley showed up at ringside and Orange was looking at them. Orange hit a Paradigm Shift and Orange Punch. Yuta barely sold anything and got a seatbelt pin for a two count. Yuta went for a sunset flip, Orange countered it and sat on top for the pinfall win after 11 minutes.

Winner by pinfall: Orange Cassidy

Analysis: ***1/4 A lot of Dynamite episodes start with Orange Cassidy having competitive matches where it seems like he might lose, but he finds a way to make the comeback and win. It was a solid showing from both guys. The refereeing sucked (it’s the wrestler’s fault because of how they structure a match), but that’s AEW, so you get used to it. Yuta is talented. They just don’t seem to want to push him that much. As for Orange, this lengthy International Title reign must continue apparently.

After the match, the BCC guys beat up Orange, so Best Friends Trent Beretta and Chuck Taylor ran out for the save. That didn’t work very well because BCC was still in control. Lucha Brothers arrived for the save. Fenix and Penta superkicked Claudio out of the ring while they also kicked Yuta. Moxley bailed to the floor.

Eddie Kingston made his entrance after spending over a month in Japan. Kingston went after Claudio with some punches. They went into the ring for some weak throwing punches, then Claudio bailed and the BCC left through the crowd. The crowd chanted “Eddie” for Kingston.

Kingston did a promo mentioning Wembley Stadium and the All In show. Kingston said it’s them against whoever the BCC can find in a Stadium Stampede match.

Analysis: Good to see Eddie Kingston back after being in Japan in the G1 Climax tournament for the last month. That’s going to be a wild match by doing a Stadium Stampede match in Wembley Stadium with 80,000+ fans in attendance. It’s going to be a chaotic scene. We will need some more specifics about who is going to be in the match on the Blackpool Combat Club side, but we did find out later that was a 6-on-6 tag team match.

There was a sitdown interview with Kenny Omega being interviewed by Jim Ross at Daily’s Place. The interview was yesterday. Omega said that Don Callis was always around in his childhood and when he was growing up. Omega said the way that Callis guided him made Omega the great athlete he is. Omega said that you can’t choose your family, but Callis felt like an uncle to him. Omega said he just wants to move on and he didn’t want Callis to get into his head. Omega said he goes back with Konosuke Takeshita as we saw clips of them wrestling in the past. Omega said that he’s going to take Takeshita away from Callis. That led to Don Callis arriving for an interruption. Omega got up out of a chair and was attacked by Jay White and Juice Robinson. They threw Omega into a garage door. Konosuke Takeshita joined the attack by hitting Omega in the back with a piece of wood. Callis trash talked Omega about thinking he was the God of Pro Wrestling.

Analysis: I would have preferred Omega in a singles match at All In, but he’s in yet another tag team match instead. I’m sure it will be fine. It’s just that there are a lot of tag team matches on the show too.

They claimed that “Hangman” Adam Page was waiting at the hospital saying he was there visiting Omega. Page said that at All In, Hangman and Kota Ibushi are going to team up with Omega against Takeshita, White & Robinson. Some random guy told Hangman he can’t have a beer outside the hospital so Hangman jugged it and handed the guy an empty can.

Analysis: That’s likely the Page promo that was taped at the sight of Collision last weekend, which made the wrestling news of course since CM Punk decided to take a shot at Hangman’s merchandise sales due to a fan sign in the crowd supporting Hangman. What a weird company this is. Anyway, it’s a big tag team match for All In.

Don Callis was in the ring where he introduced Chris Jericho to find out if Jericho will join Don’s family.


Chris Jericho Talks With Don Callis

Don Callis was in the ring with Chris Jericho. There was a painting/picture that was covered in the corner of the ring. Jericho let Callis know that his answer was…yes. Callis was surprised by it and they hugged in the ring. Callis said this was great and wanted to leave. However, Jericho wanted to see the painting. Callis said it was another picture of them with Bad News. Jericho took the cover off.

There was a painting in the ring with a drawing of Callis holding Jericho’s head without the rest of Jericho’s body. Jericho said does this mean that Callis thought he was going to say no? Callis claimed that the artist screwed up what he wanted. Jericho could tell that Callis was lying. Callis admitted he didn’t think that Jericho would say yes to him. Callis said that he thought Jericho would say no because of his massive ego. Callis told Jericho in a business of egomaniacs, Jericho is the greatest at that. Callis called Jericho a “narcissistic egomaniac” that said Jericho didn’t deserve to be in Don’s family.

Jericho responded to Callis saying three years ago Callis was not doing anything, now he’s thriving in AEW and Callis has lost every personal relationship in his life. Jericho continued by saying Don was a piece of trash and an “a**hole.” Callis slapped Jericho, so Jericho took him down and Konosuke Takeshita arrived for an attack. Jericho fought off Takeshita with punches. That’s when Will Ospreay showed up with a jumping elbow smash for Jericho.

Will Ospreay also hit Jericho in the head with a steel chair although Jericho did get his arm up to take most of the blow. Jericho turned to the side so he could blade himself and come up bleeding. Callis had the painting and he hit Jericho in the head with it. Jericho was bleeding heavily. Sammy Guevara ran out to the ring with a baseball bat, so Callis and friends left.

Analysis: There’s the babyface turn for Chris Jericho. I figured that’s where this was headed since Jericho has been in a heel role in AEW for the four years he has been there, so now we get to see Jericho in the babyface role that he has done many times in the past in his career. It also sets up the Ospreay-Jericho match for All In, which might be a dream match for some people. Sammy making the save was good because he should be a babyface now and Jericho being a face means that Sammy could still be a friend to Jericho moving forward. I thought it was a good angle.

A video aired from Jack Perry saying he was going to retire the FTW Title next week. I’m not sure if we’re supposed to care about a meaningless title.

Darby Allin & Nick Wayne entered for their match, but the Gates of Agony attacked them from behind.

Darby Allin & Nick Wayne vs. Gates of Agony – Toa Liona & Bishop Kaun

Swerve Strickland and AR Fox showed up to support Gates of Agony since Swerve & Fox are against Darby & Sting at All In. Wayne sent Kaun out of the ring and hit a suicide dive. Toa and Kaun did a double team hip toss on Wayne sending him into the barricade. Toa ran Allin into the barricade. They went to a picture-in-picture break.


Wayne was the face in peri as he ducked a double clothesline. Allin tagged in with a suicide dive on the floor and Allin jumped on Kaun’s back leading to Wayne in the ring illegally with a superkick so Darby got a two count. Kaun with a backbreaker on Allin while Toa hit a body attack on Allin. Allin avoided a corner charge, neckbreaker on the top rope and Wayne hit a hurricanrana. Wayne hit a Cutter off the middle rope. Wayne hit a moonsault onto the floor while Allin hit a Coffin Drop in the ring for the pinfall win after six minutes.

Winners by pinfall: Darby Allin & Nick Wayne

Analysis: **1/4 There was only about half of the match in the full screen with the rest of it taking place during the break. Lots of illegal offense with Darby and Wayne doing spot after spot even though one of them should have been on the apron. Toa & Kaun look impressive and should be used better by AEW/ROH, but they just don’t win enough.

After the match, Sting appeared on the video screen claiming he’s directing movies. Sting told Fox that they have a Coffin Match at Wembley Stadium in front of 80,000 people. Sting had Prince Nana with him, who corrected Sting saying it was 11 days away, not 9 days away like Sting. Sting said it was showtime and sang “Nana hey hey goodbye” at Nana, who left.

Analysis: That was some Joker Sting like we saw during his TNA run. I liked that side of crazy old man Sting.

The AEW World Champion Maxwell Jacob Friedman and Adam Cole did their weekly hangout segment. MJF took Cole to Outback Steakhouse since they are teaming up against Aussie Open. After a brief scene in the restaurant, they left saying that was the best food. They showed Cole and MJF backstage at the arena with MJF watching some kangaroo fighting to get ready for Aussie Open and MJF said that the Kangaroo Kick will save Cole’s life. There were inflatable crocodiles, so there was an employee in the hallway complaining about it leading to MJF & Cole hitting the dreaded double clothesline knocking this guy into a kiddie pool. Tony Khan talked to MJF & Cole about the double clothesline with Khan telling them to keep the double clothesline in the ring. MJF & Cole left the office with MJF saying that Tony will regret that come 2024 when MJF has contract time. Tony walked out saying what did you just say? Then they all agreed it was great.

Analysis: There were some funny moments there. It was cheesy at times of course, but that’s the whole point of the segments as well. MJF and Cole can pull it off.

The AEW World Champion MJF and Adam Cole arrived in a Ferrari sports car. MJF had to take a dump. Cole said they’re up after a break. Roderick Strong kicked the car tire (then he sold a foot injury along with this ridiculous neckbrace) and The Kingdom was there to support Strong.


Let’s Hear from MJF & Adam Cole

MJF had the AEW World Title around his waist as they made their united entrance. MJF faces Cole at All In with the World Title on the line. They are also teaming up on the Zero Hour pre-show challenging Aussie Open for the ROH Tag Team Titles.

Cole said they are going to be the ROH Tag Team Champions. MJF claimed they would do it with the Kangaroo Kick and started a “Kangaroo Kick” chant. Cole said they will win the titles with a double clothesline.

Cole spoke about how this AEW World Title match at All In is the biggest match of his life especially because nine months ago he thought his career was over due to a serious concussion. Cole said that he gets to do this match with one of his best friends…MJF. Cole talked about how he has broken records in his championship reigns in the past and he’s not just going to be in the match, but he’s going to win this match. Cole said he needs to win this match more than Max could ever imagine. Cole said that he’ll do anything and everything to win that AEW World Title.

MJF said that Cole had a great story, but MJF had a better story. MJF when he started in pro wrestling he was told to write down dream opponents. He wrote down two names: Cody Rhodes & Adam Cole. MJF said in 2018, he put 90,000 miles on his car because he was busting his ass on the independent circuit. MJF spoke about the All In show that the Young Bucks and Cody ran in September 2018. MJF said that he DM’d Cody Rhodes and told him to give him an opportunity on that show. MJF got a response from Cody saying that MJF was “All In.” MJF said that he got to open that pay-per-view and he did lose, but he opened the eyes of Tony Khan. That led to Tony offering Max a contract with AEW. MJF said if there’s no All In then there’s no MJF.

MJF spoke about how you can fast forward to 2023 when he grew up before our eyes and became a generational talent. MJF said he became one of the best to have ever done it as the AEW World Champion. MJF said that All In will be in front of the biggest crowd in the history of this sport against this guy that was his dream opponent that has become MJF’s best friend. MJF said this means so much to him. MJF said that this match doesn’t mean everything to him because the AEW World Title is the only thing that means everything to him. MJF said that this symbolizes all his hard work, countless hours training and studying tape until his eyes bled all so he could obtain this. MJF said if Cole thinks MJF will just lay down then you are out of your god damn mind. MJF said he loves Cole like a brother, but a win in Wembley will make him legendary and he’s going to win because nobody is on the level of The Devil. MJF held up the AEW World Title.

Cole said “may the best man win.” MJF said that the best man will win and did his catchphrase with the fans chanting along. Cole said that the new AEW World Champion will be…“Adam Cole bay bay.” The fans chanted that. The Aussie Open tag team arrived in the ring and attacked Cole & MJF. Mark Davis stopped himself bouncing off the ropes and bailed to the floor. Davis pulled Kyle Fletcher out of the ring as well.

After Aussie Open left the ring, Cole was setting up for a superkick as MJF had his back turned. When MJF turned around, Cole stood up straight. MJF and Cole hugged with the fans cheering. They showed Roderick Strong and The Kingdom watching on a TV backstage. MJF and Cole left together.

Analysis: Strong promo work from MJF and Cole as usual. They did a nice job of making their AEW World Title feel like a very big deal. MJF always does that very well for his big matches. Cole did a nice job of putting over the importance of the All In match too. I’m picking Cole to beat MJF at All In I think with Cole turning heel and getting help from Strong & The Kingdom too. It just seems like something like that is going to happen.

Chris Jericho was interviewed by Renee Paquette in the trainer’s room. Jericho had blood on his forehead. It was dried blood. Jericho blasted Ospreay for attacking him. Jericho: “Ospreay, at Wembley Stadium, your home turf, you want a piece of Chris Jericho. Jericho versus Ospreay at All In! I’m going to make you bleed and drink your blood. I’m going to get inside your head and embarrass you. You don’t know what you got into, but you’ve opened hell and the Ocho is coming for you, Ospreay!”

Analysis: That’s official for AEW All In with Chris Jericho facing Will Ospreay. It was rumored/expected from a few weeks ago, so now it’s happening. The crowd reaction will be interesting because story wise Jericho is a face now, but Ospreay is from England, so the fans will cheer him.

Texas Chain Saw Massacre Death Match: Jeff Jarrett vs. Jeff Hardy

This is being sponsored by a video game of the same name, so that’s why they are doing it. The only way to win is by pinfall. It’s essentially a No Holds Barred Match. They had tables and chairs and other weapons in the ring. When I write “Jeff” it means Hardy and Jarrett for Jarrett obviously.

Jeff Hardy made his entrance into the ring. Jeff left the ring and went into the back part of the arena. Jeff went to some area with weapons. Jarrett attacked Jeff there. Karen Jarrett was there to support her husband. Jeff attacked Jarrett with some rake or something Satnam Singh arrived to choke Jef. Ethan Page, Matt Hardy and Brother Zay arrived to attack Jeff Jarrett. Matt poured a bucket of red paint or something looking like blood on Jarrett and Karen. Jarrett and Karen walked down some dimly lit hallway as they went to a picture-in-picture break.


They were still fighting in some poorly lit area backstage with Jeff jumping off equipment cases onto Jarrett and other people. They made their way out to the arena. Jeff threw Jarrett into the barricade. Jeff hit Jarrett in the back and they finally went into the ring. Jeff beat on Jarrett with kendo stick shots to the body. The foursome of Jeff Hardy, Zay, Matt and Ethan all attacked Jarrett. Jeff hit a Twist of Fate leading to Jarrett laying on a table. Jeff jumped off the top with a Swanton Bomb putting Jarrett through a table, but Jay Lethal broke up the pin. Lethal hit the Lethal Combination on Zay. Ethan knocked down Lethal with a shoulder tackle. Dutt with a low blow on Ethan. Matt with a Twist of Fate and Karen hit Matt Hardy with a low blow. Jeff Hardy got a guitar from Jarrett and Jeff smashed Jeff over the head with it. Leatherface walked out with a chainsaw, then he kicked Lethal and scared Karen away. Satnam Singh went after Jeff Hardy, but then Lethal hit Jeff Hardy with a hammer to the back of the head. Singh hit a Chokeslam on Jeff Hardy. Lethal pulled Jarrett on top of Jeff Hardy for the pinfall win. It went 11 minutes.

Winner by pinfall: Jeff Jarrett

Analysis: * A dumb gimmick match. I thought it was ridiculous, but that’s also the point of it and it was only done to promote a video game. I was bored by most of this. A lot of interference and garbage wrestling spots. I get why they involved so many people, but it really wasn’t that interesting to me. Jarrett winning the match seemed unnecessary because I thought the babyface Hardy would win. My interest in this was very low and the more I think about it, the winner doesn’t really matter at all. Don’t do this match again. It sucked.

Jeff Jarrett celebrated with his friends and even had a Texas Chain Saw Massacre title belt to celebrate with.


Dr. Britt Baker D.M.D. vs. The Bunny (w/Penelope Ford)

The winner of this match joins AEW Women’s Champion Hikaru Shida, Saraya and Toni Storm in a 4-way match at All In. It’s pretty obvious who will win. It is good to see my fellow Canadian Bunny back in action.

Bunny got some offense with a running knee lift to the jaw. Baker with a forearm followed by a running neckbreaker. Ford with a distraction, so Bunny capitalized with a clothesline. Baker with punches. They were battling by the apron with Bunny using her legs to choke Baker by the ropes. They went to break.


Baker took control by sending Bunny face first into the middle turnbuckle. Baker delivered elbow strikes, then an elbow strike and a Slingblade neckbreaker. Baker hit a butterfly suplex for two. Baker with a forearm to the head and a swinging neckbreaker for two. Baker teased going for the Lockjaw, so Ford stole the glove. Bunny with a superkick, Baker with a superkick of her own and Baker hit a Curb Stomp for the pinfall win after seven minutes.

Winner by pinfall: Dr. Britt Baker D.M.D.

Analysis: ** It was an average match with an obvious result. The fans knew that Baker was going to win, so they didn’t really react to much of what Bunny did. Character wise, I think Baker was way more interesting as a heel because she comes across as being very dull as a face.

The AEW Women’s Title match at All In is Hikaru Shida defending the title against Toni Storm, Saraya and Britt Baker.

Analysis: I’m going with a Saraya win there in her home country of England. I think Shida won the title just so they can have Saraya win the title in England.

There was an update on AEW All In matches:

* Stadium Stampede Match: Eddie Kingston, Chuck Taylor, Orange Cassidy, Trent Beretta, Penta & Rey Fenix vs. Blackpool Combat Club’s Jon Moxley, Claudio Castagnoli and three partners.

* Kenny Omega, Adam Page & Kota Ibushi vs. Jay White, Juice Robinson & Konosuke Takeshita

* Chris Jericho vs. Will Ospreay is official.

The Acclaimed made their entrance for a tag team match. Prior to the match, they showed Billy Gunn retiring last month. The lights went out for about ten seconds and when they came on, the House of Black trio was there along with Julia Hart. The trio of Malakai Black, Brody King & Buddy Matthews beat up Max Caster & Anthony Bowens. Black actually didn’t do anything as King and Buddy did the moves. Caster was bleeding from the forehead because he was hit with a chain. Buddy hit a Stomp on Caster. Julia Hart had the white boots of Billy Gunn and then Black walked around the ring with the white boots.

Analysis: This is obviously leading to the return of Billy Gunn, who made it look like he would retire last month even though most of us assumed it was just a storyline. It should lead to The Acclaimed & Billy reuniting at All In against House of Black.


The Gunns were doing their entrance, but the Young Bucks attacked them. The teams fought their way down to the ring.

The Young Bucks (Matt & Nick Jackson) vs. The Gunns (Austin & Colten Gunn)

Matt & Nick were in full control right away with dropkicks and punches. The Gunns were sent out of the ring with Nick hitting a dive onto The Gunns on the floor. Back in the ring, Austin tripped up Matt and Colten took control over Matt with a jumping punch. Austin tagged in leading to a tag team knee lift into a clothesline combo. They went to PIP break.


The Gunns were still in control of Matt with about five minutes left in the show. Matt broke free and Nick tagged in with a cross body block off the top. Nick jumped off the top with an armdrag/headscissors combo. Nick avoided a move by Austin leading to a superkick. Nick kicked Colten in the chest. Nick hit a jumping facebuster with Austin’s arms taking the bump, but he had to sell it. Nick hit a moonsault onto Colten on the floor. Matt tagged in with a flipping neckbreaker and Nick hit a running knee. Colten saved Austin with a double team clothesline. Colten tagged in, Nick kicked him and Austin tripped up Nick on the apron. Matt shoved Colten into Austin on the apron and Matt got a rollup for two. The Bucks hit their 3:10 to Yuma double team move but Nick hit a double foot stomp off the top onto Colten to break up the pin. Austin tagged in with a Fameasser on Nick. Matt missed a charging Austin and hit a German Suplex. Gunns tried to do a double team pin attempt. Matt Jackson managed to sit on top of Austin and Nick held onto Matt’s hand for the cheap win. It went about nine minutes.

Winners by pinfall: The Young Bucks (Matt & Nick Jackson)

Analysis: **3/4 It was okay. It felt like going through the motions and certainly not a strong main event. There wasn’t enough time to allow them to have a longer match. I thought the finish was weak. I know that the Bucks cheated because The Gunns tried to cheat, but I would put over The Young Bucks more decisively going into the “biggest tag team match ever” at All in against FTR. The Young Bucks should have won with their finisher and looked impressive in doing so. Instead, they won by having Nick hold Matt’s hand and it just wasn’t that impactful. You need to put over guys strong going into big matches at a show like All In.

After the match, Jay White & Juice Robinson attacked The Young Bucks along with The Gunns. When it looked like BCG were going to break Matt Jackson’s arm, FTR’s Dax Harwood & Cash Wheeler made the save. FTR hit a Shatter Machine. FTR teased an attack on The Young Bucks. FTR and Young Bucks had a staredown with FTR holding up the AEW Tag Team Titles. End show. It ended a few minutes past the top of the hour.

Analysis: It was the classic story of the champions FTR wanting The Young Bucks to be at full health for their match at All In so that’s why FTR made the save.


Three Stars of the Show

  1. MJF & Adam Cole
  2. Orange Cassidy
  3. The Young Bucks


The Scoreboard

This Week: 6.5 out of 10

Last Week: 6.75

2023 Average: 7.36


Final Thoughts

Dynamite continues to go through a weird stretch. They seem to be having shorter matches on a regular basis and less outstanding matches too while trying to do more skits, long promos and goofy stories. This week’s goofiness involved the Jeff Jarrett/Jeff Hardy “Texas Chain Saw Massacre” Match to promote a video game and I thought the whole match was a giant mess. It’s probably one of the worst Dynamite matches this year Even if you don’t want to take it seriously, they could have at least made it funnier or something better than what we got. I thought Chris Jericho’s babyface turn was booked well to set up his match with Will Ospreay at All In. The crowd reactions to that match will be interesting.

The MJF/Adam Cole promo and video segment were the highlights of the show. They continue to do a decent job (great in the case of MJF/Cole) of building their matches at All In. The Young Bucks match with The Gunns was just average wrestling to me. I thought Orange Cassidy’s win over Wheeler Yuta was the best of the show, but again on Dynamite they usually have better matches. Something else I liked was the tease of Joker Sting from his promo. That would be fun to see in AEW.

We did learn about more matches at All In, so that’s a great thing. They have a nearly completed card at this point. A lot of tag team matches coming because that’s a way to get more people on the card. A 6 on 6 Stadium Stampede match in Wembley Stadium with 80,000 fans in attendance will be insane but could be very entertaining too. They did a better job of promoting All In this week. However, I just think the show overall was weaker.

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

* Chris Jericho vs. Will Ospreay

* AEW Women’s Championship: Hikaru Shida (c) vs. Toni Storm vs. Saraya vs. Britt Baker

* Stadium Stampede Match 6-on-6: Eddie Kingston, Lucha Brothers (Penta & Fenix) & Best Friends (Orange Cassidy, Trent Beretta & Chuck Taylor) vs. Blackpool Combat Club (Jon Moxley, Wheeler Yuta & Claudio Castagnoli) and three others.

* The Golden Elite (Kenny Omega, Adam Page & Kota Ibushi) vs. Bullet Club Gold (Jay White & Juice Robinson) and Konosuke Takeshita

I believe CM Punk facing Samoa Joe is also going to happen.

There’s more to come as well.


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