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The John Report: AEW Dynamite 08/17/22 Review

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This week’s AEW Dynamite featured The Young Bucks in trios action with a mystery partner (gee I wonder who it could be?), Bryan Danielson vs. Daniel Garcia in a 2/3 Falls Match and more.

This was AEW Dynamite episode #150 at the Charleston Coliseum in Charleston, West Virginia. Check out the AEW PPV listing archive only on TJRWrestling as well. Follow me on Twitter @johnreport. Let’s get to it.

This show is sponsored by the HBO show House of Dragons, which means the bosses told them to plug the shit out of it, so you know they will do it and the announcers will be so excited about it. I have no interest. The opening video had clips of the TV show mixed in with clips of AEW wrestlers.

It’s Wednesday night and you know what that means. Jim Ross welcomed us to the show with Excalibur, Taz, Jim Ross and Tony Schiavone joining him on commentary.

Let’s Hear from CM Punk

The AEW World Champion CM Punk made his entrance to a big pop from the West Virginia. Punk said that he’s got some things that are important to get to and some not-so-important things. Punk said there’s somebody that’s from around these parts that he would like to challenge to a rematch right here and right now for you beautiful people. Punk called out “Hangman” Adam Page saying if you want that rematch, you’ve got it right here and right now. The announcers said they didn’t know if Punk was cleared. The fans chanted “cowboy shit” but there was no sign of Page. Punk said that’s “Coward Shit.” Punk said that the apology must be as loud and as public as the disrespect.

Punk said if anybody has a problem with the champion then come on down because everybody wants to be the champ until it’s time to do champ shit. Punk said he understands that Jon Moxley has a lot of fans, but Punk is the AEW Champion. Punk said he knows what it takes to talk a big game and say you are the best in the world. Punk also knows what it’s like to lose. Punk said he claims he’s that guy that has Jon Moxley’s number. Punk said that Jon Moxley is the third best guy in his own group and that seems to be a reoccurring theme in his career. (A Shield reference and Blackpool Combat Club reference.) Punk said that he’s the one that has been breaking bones since Moxley doesn’t do that. Punk said that Moxley has been “Interim” AEW World Champion, which means temporary. Punk said that Moxley’s best friend is the third best Eddie he’s been in the ring and the second best Kingston (hey Kofi) he’s been in the ring. Punk said that these guys aren’t the best in anything. Punk said he’s willing to test himself against Moxley. Punk said that Moxley isn’t even the first Jon that he’s going to beat for a championship belt in Chicago (hey John Cena) and he’s not number one in that category either.

Jon Moxley’s music hit as Moxley walked out with his Interim AEW World Title while Punk said he had time before Moxley got there and Punk started doing slow angels in the ring. Moxley took his time getting to the ring because he walked in from the back part of the building.

Moxley sarcastically said that Punk is dropping pipe bombs. Moxley mocked Punk for having a foot injury. Moxley said that in Punk’s mind he’s the best wrestler in the world, but most of the time he’s not the best in the world in catering. Moxley said that it’s just a microphone. Moxley told Punk that all the words that he spits into it don’t mean shit while saying that belt doesn’t mean shit. Moxley said this belt doesn’t mean shit until he beats Punk. Moxley said that he is the heart and soul of AEW while it makes him sick every time they call him interim champion because it makes him think of Punk. Punk said you can be the heart and soul while Punk can be the dollars and cents. Moxley told Punk he only came to AEW because he ran out of money (ouch) and Moxley talked about his fighting spirit. Punk said that they have a match at the pay-per-view, so if Punk touches him now then Moxley will bleed all over him. They did some light shoves, then some punches and it turned into a brawl. Some AEW security (local indy wrestlers) and officials tried to break it up. Moxley was frustrated by it, he walked on the floor and threw a chair back into the ring.

Analysis: It was confirmed there that the Punk-Moxley will beat All Out on September 4. They could have done a better job of officially announcing it. I thought the brawl was okay but not great. The highlight of this segment was what they said with Punk delivering some good shots with his promo. Punk’s line about Moxley bleeding was hilarious since Moxley does bleed often. Nice references to The Shield, Kofi Kingston, Eddie Guerrero, John Cena and more in that Punk promo. (People were questioning about the second Eddie that Punk mentioned and it was likely Eddie Fatu aka Umaga.) Moxley fired back with some great lines too. I think the brawling could have looked better, but it does make sense to have security try to break it up. I think Punk will win their match. There will be lots of blood too.

Powerhouse Hobbs was interviewed by Tony Schiavone, who asked him why Hobbs attacked Ricky Starks. Hobbs said he was not okay with losing. Hobbs said for two years he saw Starks act like he’s a God’s gift to this business and Starks hid behind Hobbs. Hobbs said he had a job to remain Starks remained champion, but Starks couldn’t do it. Hobbs said he’s got something for The Factory as well.

The legendary Ricky “The Dragon” Steamboat was introduced to the crowd and he was the guest timekeeper for the match. Ricky was awesome.

Chris Jericho joined commentary because Jericho Appreciation Society member Daniel Garcia was in action.

Bryan Danielson made his entrance to a big ovation with a 27-5-2 record. Bryan shook hands with Steamboat at ringside. Daniel Garcia entered with a 26-18 record and no reaction for him. Garcia beat Bryan last time because of help from Jake Hager.

Two Out of Three Falls Match: Bryan Danielson vs. Daniel Garcia

Garcia had Bryan down in a kneebar while Bryan got to the ropes. They locked up in the corner, Bryan let go and Garcia slapped him hard in the face.

(Commercial)

Bryan was aggressive on offense with a running dropkick. Garcia got a sunset flip for two. They exchanged chops/uppercuts, Bryan jumped off the ropes to go over Garcia and Garcia hit a butterfly suplex into an armbar, but Bryan got out of it. Bryan with a shoulder capture suplex for two. Bryan tied up the legs for a submission, so Garcia got to the ropes to break. Bryan with a dropkick into the barricade. Bryan went for an attack off the apron, but Garcia hit a belly-to-back suplex on the floor. Garcia delivered elbows to the face or that’s the ideal. It doesn’t look like he’s touching the guy at all. Anyway, Bryan trapped Garcia in a triangle sleeper and Garcia got a hold of Bryan leading to a piledriver. Garcia trapped one of the arms while applying a choke around the neck and Bryan passed out, so Garcia gets the first fall because the referee didn’t get a response from Bryan.

Daniel Garcia leads 1-0.

Bryan was back up before the ten count, so Garcia knocked Bryan down followed by a barrage of kicks. Garcia worked over Bryan with multiple chops to the chest. Garcia hit a running dropkick as the show went to break.

(Commercial)

Garcia remained in control while Bryan was bleeding from the forehead and Garcia did an arm wringer into the mat. Garcia with more elbows that look like he is gently grazing the man and then Bryan turned a submission hold into a pin attempt for three.

The match is tied 1-1.

It was time for the third fall with Garcia missing a corner dropkick, Bryan moved and Bryan kicked Garcia, who was trapped against the turnbuckle. Bryan was sitting on the top rope and gave Garcia a suplex off the top. Bryan wasn’t bleeding much from the forehead as he went up top and hit a shotgun missile dropkick. Bryan hit a suicide dive onto Garcia followed by kicks to the body. Bryan sent Garcia into a ring post followed by Bryan pulling on the arms so that Garcia’s right shoulder hit the ring post three times. Bryan was also pulled into the ring post. Garcia got back in the ring first while he was bleeding from above his right eye and then Bryan got back in to beat the ten count. It was another picture-in-picture break.

(Commercial)

Garcia had Bryan locked in the Dragon Tamer submission, but Bryan got out of it and applied the LeBell Lock submission and Garcia countered for two. Garcia with a dropkick in the corner, Bryan shrugged it off and Garcia hit a Busaiko Knee (the one that Bryan does) for two. They had their hands locked up, then they exchanged forearms and JR was putting it over as a fight without anybody slapping their leg even though lots of wrestlers slap their legs to make noise doing moves. Bryan worked over Garcia with repeated forearms to the head. Garcia stomped on Bryan’s chest/neck repeatedly, so Bryan countered that leading to headbutts to the chest. Bryan stomped on Garcia’s head repeatedly. Bryan with a triangle choke, Garcia fought it and Bryan fought back against him. Bryan held both arms back while delivering elbows to the head. Bryan applied the LeBell Lock and Garcia passed out to give Bryan the win. It went 25 minutes.

Winner: Bryan Danielson wins 2-1

Analysis: **** It was a great match that got a lot of time. The win meant that Bryan got his win back after Garcia beat Bryan the last time they had a match thanks to Jake Hager helping him win. It’s 50/50 booking there in terms of their recent matches. I liked the physicality of the match. Lots of submission holds. Garcia does sell more than some people in AEW, so that’s a good thing. Obviously, I think highly of Danielson, who is my favorite wrestler in the company and I always enjoy it when he gets to have a long match like this. I think two out of the three falls being the dreaded “passing out” is a bit much, but I guess the idea was that both guys were too proud to actually tap out to lose a fall.

Bryan backed into the ropes, Garcia was rolling around the ring and Bryan applauded Garcia as a sign of respect. Garcia did a nice job of selling after the match. Bryan wanted a handshake, Jericho left the commentary table and Jericho hit Bryan in the back of the head. The fans booed that. Garcia turned Jericho around and Jericho wasn’t happy about it. The fans reacted to that in a big way. Jericho put his hand in Garcia’s face and Garcia slapped the hand away. The fans chanted “you’re a wrestler” at Garcia since Jericho’s group says they are sports entertainers. Jericho left on his own while Garcia just looked down on Bryan in the ring. Garcia left on his own.

Analysis: It looks like the stage is set for Garcia to turn face. Anyway, the story seems to be that Bryan respects Garcia now, so we have to see if Garcia wants to break free from Jericho’s group. It will reportedly lead to Jericho vs. Danielson at All Out.

The AEW Tag Team Champions Swerve Strickland & Keith Lee aka Swerve In Our Glory and Private Party were interviewed by Tony Schiavone. They exchanged words about their Tag Team Title match on Rampage this week. Private Party is fifth-ranked, so they get a shot.

Analysis: The champs should retain on Rampage. Meanwhile, FTR has been number one ranked for like five months (as TJR writer Joel correctly pointed out in his article about FTR) and hasn’t had a title shot. So why should we care about the rankings? It’s an issue AEW should fix.

(Commercial)

Tony Nese was making his entrance with Smart Mark Sterling and Jon Moxley attacked them from behind. Moxley went down to the ring to call out CM Punk saying he’s been waiting a long time for Punk to come back. Moxley said that if you want to unify the titles, let’s do it right now. CM Punk made his way down to the ring with a bunch of AEW officials and security guys there to try to stop the fight. Claudio Castagnoli and Wheeler Yuta of the Blackpool Combat Club were there to calm down their ally Moxley. Punk left up the ramp to the back while Claudio and Yuta walked through the crowd.

Analysis: That was good unless you’re Tony Nese getting beaten up for a match that was never going to happen anyway.

Chris Jericho, Angelo Parker and Matt Menard were interviewed by Tony Schiavone. Jericho said he’ll give Daniel Garcia a pass for tonight, but next week he’s going to meet him in the ring to talk to him. Ricky Steamboat interrupted the interview saying Garcia is coming into his own and he talked about how he hasn’t liked Jericho for over 15 years. Steamboat said Danielson would be a better guy to mentor Garcia. Jericho yelled at Steamboat, told him to stay out of Jericho’s business, then Parker the job guy in the group got punched by Steamboat to end it.

Gunn Club (Austin & Colten Gunn) (w/Billy Gunn) vs. Varsity Blonds (Brian Pillman Jr. & Griff Garrison)

The Varsity Blonds have been buried for a while and not on TV in a long time. Austin knocked down Garrison with a forearm, then Colten hit two clotheslines and hit the Colt 45 slam for the pinfall win in about 35 seconds.

Winners by pinfall: Gunn Club (Austin & Colten Gunn)

Analysis: 1/4* That was quick. It was bad if you’re the Varsity Blonds, but it was done to further the Gunn Club story. Get those wins on Youtube, Varsity Blonds.

Billy Gunn did a promo saying he was proud of them while admitting he was hard on them in the past. Billy also talked about how much it meant to him to work with his sons. Stokely Hathaway appeared on the stage so Colten/Austin punched their dad and beat him up. The Acclaimed made the save while Austin/Colten left through the crowd. Bowens to Billy: “Scissor me, Daddy Ass!” They did the scissor thing with Billy and the fans cheered. JR told Taz to never ask him to do that. That was funny.

Analysis: I guess this means that Billy will be aligned with The Acclaimed now while Hathaway will be Gunn Club.

The trio of Jay Lethal, Sonjay Dutt and Satnam Singh did a promo trashing Wardlow and FTR since Jay is feuding with Wardlow while FTR helped Wardlow last week.

(Commercial)

There was a promo from Death Triangle with Pac doing the talking while holding the AEW All-Atlantic Title. Pac talked about how they are facing Will Ospreay and Aussie Open next week in the Trios Title tournament.

Let’s Hear from Jungle Boy

Jungle Boy claimed that he wore a t-shirt on television a few weeks ago and he was told not to wear it ever again. This time he was in all black attire. Jungle Boy said that for weeks now he’s tried to hit Christian Cage with his hands, a chair and even with a car while Christian has done absolutely nothing. Boy said that he would never just take that, but that’s him. Boy said he can either chase Christian until he gets his hands on him or you can man up and face Jungle Boy at All Out. Boy said maybe the shirt was right and Christian is too big of a pu…and here comes Christian Cage.

Christian Cage showed up on the stage to tell Jungle Boy that his answer is no. Christian said that things are getting out of hand like Luchasuarus getting suspended for headbutting an official in the face. Christian said that a year ago, Boy was like he’s from Charleston, West Virginia where he couldn’t form a sentence. Good line. Christian said they said and did some things that neither of them meant. Christian was in the ring saying he doesn’t want to fight him or wrestle him. Christian told Boy he wants to go on another run and take Boy to the promised land. The fans chanted “bullshit” so Christian ripped on them. Christian said that they are family, he loves him and he said Jungle Boy is like a son to him while telling Boy to come back home. Jungle Boy did a double leg takedown followed by punches and that led to a fight in the ring. Christian tried to get away, but Boy punched him repeatedly. They were out on the floor with Christian kicking Boy with a low blow and threw him into the barricade. Boy came back by sending Christian into the steel steps. Boy sent Christian’s head into the steel steps repeatedly (Christian used his hand to block) and Boy stomped on Christian’s arm on the steel steps. Boy sent Christian’s head into the steps a few times when officials showed up to break it up.

Analysis: This fight went much longer than the Punk/Moxley fight did. In that case, they broke it up quickly and in this case, they booked it so that there was some offense from both guys. Christian tried to outsmart Jungle Boy, but he wasn’t able to do it and that led to the fight. They have obviously been building to this singles match at All Out.

(Commercial)

The FTR boys were with Wardlow talking about Jay Lethal, Sonjay Dutt and Satnam Singh. All three guys spoke with Dax Harwood saying he thinks he’s the best wrestler in the world and he challenged Lethal to a match next week.

Toni Storm vs. KiLynn King

The announcers pushed Toni as the number one ranked women’s wrestler as if the rankings matter, but when FTR is number one ranked in tag teams it apparently doesn’t matter. Odd. King grabbed a side headlock, Storm ran the ropes and they countered a bunch of moves. Storm hit a running low dropkick. King jumped off the turnbuckle with a knee to the face. They were on the floor with Storm going for a DDT, but King drove her to the ring apron and into the barricade as the show went to a picture-in-picture break.

(Commercial)

Storm hit a bridging Fisherman’s Suplex for two. King came back with a boot to the head. The taller King hit a spinebuster for two. Storm gave King a German Suplex followed by the running hip attack in the corner. Storm with a swinging DDT off the ropes and a Pendulum DDT for the pinfall win after six minutes.

Winner by pinfall: Toni Storm

Analysis: **1/2 Just an average match to put over Storm against a woman that isn’t under AEW contract. The crowd was dead for parts of it because it was obvious what was going to happen here. The women’s division continues to be booked poorly with only six minutes for this match and three minutes of it was in picture-in-picture.

There were comments from The Trustbusters and Best Friends talking about their Trios Title Tournament match on Rampage.

This Friday on AEW Rampage:

* AEW Trios Tag Team Tournament: Best Friends (Orange Cassidy, Trent Beretta & Chuck Taylor) vs. Trustbusters (Ari Daivari, Parker Boudreaux & Slim J)

* Penelope Ford vs. Athena

* We will hear from Claudio Castagnoli

* FTW Championship: Hook vs. Zack Clayton.

* AEW Tag Team Championship Match: Swerve In Our Glory (Keith Lee & Swerve Strickland) vs. Private Party (Isiah Kassidy & Marq Quen)

It’s another weak lineup for Rampage.

It’s official for All Out: Thunder Rosa defending the AEW Women’s Title vs. Toni Storm.

They announced CM Punk vs. Jon Moxley to unify the AEW World Titles is next Wednesday on Dynamite.

Analysis: That’s a shock. Maybe they are going to do something where it’s a wild brawl, there’s no finish to it and then they announce a stipulation for the rematch at All Out. I don’t know what the plan is, but that’s a huge match to do on Dynamite next week. It’s just a case of wanting to do the match on TV to try to draw a big rating for the show, which is fine and that match should help a lot. Anyway, I’ll pick Punk beat to Moxley.

The trio of Andrade El Idolo, Rush and Dragon Lee made their entrance. The announcers had to act like they are idiots and didn’t know who the Young Bucks partner was going to be.

The Young Bucks made their entrance with Brandon Cutler the stooge camera guy. Justin Roberts was handed a sheet of paper for the introduction. Roberts did a super long introduction reading off accomplishments and mentioning it’s his first match in 277 days…it’s Kenny Omega, the former AEW World Champion. Welcome back Kenny, who had Don Callis and Michael Nakazawa with him. Kenny has been out of action since last November’s Full Gear PPV. Omega is 52-16-1 in AEW while Callis joined commentary. Good response for Omega, who is back in babyface mode after a successful run as a heel.

Analysis: It was obvious Omega was going to return in this spot. The announcers had to act stupid and like they didn’t know who it was going to be, but the fans knew. Anyway, good reaction for Omega. Welcome back to him after having multiple surgeries and a lot of rehab to come back. I liked Kenny a lot as a heel World Champion, but obviously, he’s going to be a face making the comeback.

AEW Trios Title Tournament Quarterfinals: The Elite – Kenny Omega, Nick Jackson & Matt Jackson vs. Andrade El Idolo, Rush & Dragon Lee

Omega was wrestling in a black top that had support on the left shoulder. Nick did one of his moves walking the ropes leading to an armdrag. Matt tagged in for some double team moves and Matt hit a dropkick on Rush. Omega tagged in with an elbow drop onto the left arm as the fans chanted “Kenny” for him. Omega did the ten punch count in the corner with the fans counting every punch. Omega did a rolling senton on Lee and tagged in Nick, who tagged in Matt. Omega did a leg drop to the back of the head while Matt hit a neckbreaker onto his brother’s knee. Omega with a chops on Lee, who broke free and Andrade tagged in to face off against Omega with Excalibur mentioning there’s New Japan history between them. Rush did a cheap shot forearm to knock Kenny down while the referee was distracted. The heels took over as the show went to a picture-in-picture break.

(Commercial)

The match returned with Nick getting the tag for his team with a cross body block off the top followed by a headscissors takedown. Lee jumped off the top leading to Matt doing his multiple Northern Lights Suplex spot. That led to a spot with all six guys in the ring leading to The Elite hitting a triple suplex. Nick jumped off the top with a somersault dive onto the heels on the floor. Lee was back into the ring quickly for some big moves by Omega and the Bucks including a double foot stop as well as an elbow drop for a two cont. Rush hit a corner splash on Matt, Andrade clothesline on Omega. Rush suplexed Nick into the turnbuckle, Lee with a kick on Omega and Andrade with double knees on Matt leading to Andrade for two. The trio of Lee, Andrade and Rush all hit running splashes on Matt in the corner along with triple dropkicks. They went to a picture-in-picture break again.

(Commercial)

The heels were in control of Matt with less than ten minutes left in the show. Rush tagged in with a kick to the head. Nick and Lee went into the ring illegally, then Matt superkicked Lee. Even though Lee was illegal, he held Matt’s leg to try to prevent the tag (the ref should do something, but he doesn’t do shit) and Omega got the hat tag while beating up Andrade and Rush. Lee was also in there briefly with Omega hitting German Suplexes on all three guys. Omega with a back elbow on Lee, then both Young Bucks hit clotheslines and both Bucks hit superkicks. Lee with a boot to Matt, but Matt Powerbombed Lee into the corner leading to double kicks. Matt hit a cannonball splash on Lee. All three members of The Elite hit superkicks for two on Lee, but Lee’s partners made the save. The Bucks each hit dives on Andrade and Rush on the floor. Omega took way too long to run the ropes leading to him running the ropes, but Lee tripped up Omega and the fans booed. Omega sent Lee out of the ring. Omega was selling a left knee injury and then he got tripped by Jose on the floor, so the fans booed. The inept referee missed that too. Callis wondered what the referee was doing, Taz said “not much” and that tells you even the announcers call out the terrible refereeing. Rush and Jose (who is not a wrestler) held Kenny on the barricade. Lee hit a suicide dive tackling Kenny over the barricade and onto the floor. Back in the ring, Lee got a two count on Omega. Andrade tagged in, Nick grabbed his foot while on the turnbuckle and Lee gave Nick a hurricanrana off the apron to the floor. Andrade did his double moonsault spot where he blatantly misses the first try to hit a standing moonsault. He does that better than his wife (woo). She probably gets paid more, though. Always marry rich if you can. Anyway, Andrade hit a DDT on Omega and Matt tackled Rush onto Andrade to break up the pin. Lee tagged in, so Omega hit him with a knee. Omega hit a running V-Trigger knee on Lee. Omega hit the One Winged Angel on Lee while the Bucks took care of Andrade and Rush. Omega got the pinfall win for his team after 21 minutes.

Winners by pinfall: The Elite – Kenny Omega, Nick Jackson & Matt Jackson

Analysis: ***1/2 The match was very good. I don’t want to say great because there are so many instances where they just ignore any kind of tag team match rules and it’s just chaos. You have the announcers ripping on how bad the referee is too because the spots are stupid. I promise you that certain people that are cheerleaders for AEW will never criticize this stuff. I do it because I’m unbiased. Anyway, the crowd did care and they got a lot of time for the match, so that meant a lot of flippy stuff throughout the match. Gotta get those flips in, pal. The finish was a bit anticlimactic since we know Omega’s team was going to win. Omega got the finish off Lee with the knees followed by the One Winged Angel. They wanted to tell the story that even though Omega was beat up and still hurting from his time off, he had enough left to get the win for his team.

The Young Bucks and Omega celebrated the win while the announcers plugged CM Punk vs. Jon Moxley for the Undisputed AEW World Title next week.

Back in the ring, Andrade gave Lee the Hammerlock DDT with Lee’s mask coming off. That was funny. I guess laughing isn’t the reaction. I’m supposed to be mad about that? I don’t know. I laughed at the mask coming off. Excalibur screamed about it as if we’re supposed to care about this while JR said: “Goodnight everybody for God’s sake.” Way to bring it home, Jim.

Analysis: Such a weird ending. It was very rushed and the camera barely caught it.

Here’s a video of Kenny Omega addressing the fans after the show.

 

Three Stars of the Show

  1. Bryan Danielson
  2. CM Punk/Jon Moxley
  3. Daniel Garcia

 

The Scoreboard

This Week: 7.75 out of 10

Last Week: 8

 

Final Thoughts

A pretty good show overall. It was nice to see Kenny Omega back in action after about nine months off. The poor announcers had to act like they didn’t know who The Young Bucks partner might be even though we all knew it was coming. No surprise that Kenny and The Bucks won against Andrade and Friends either. The refereeing was terrible, of course. Lots of flippy shit. The best match was Bryan Danielson beating Daniel Garcia with Bryan getting his win back after Garcia cheated to win last time. Those two matches got over 20 minutes, so if you count entrances and post-match then it’s about half the show.

CM Punk and Jon Moxley brawled a couple of times. I thought both of their promos were outstanding. Lots of good lines from both guys. I’m surprised that AEW plans to do their World Title match next week on Dynamite, but it should do well in the precious TV ratings and it could also turn into an angle leading to a match at All Out. I’m certainly intrigued by what they might do next week. I expect Punk to be the main World Champion when it’s all settled.

One of the biggest issues with AEW is the ranking system. In the case of Toni Storm, they want us to care that she’s the number one ranked contender for Thunder Rosa’s title. The women’s division seems like such a non-factor nearly every week. In the case of FTR, they have been number one ranked contenders for the Tag Team Titles for five months and they don’t get mentioned for title shots ever. It’s so strange.

The next AEW pay-per-view is called All Out on Sunday, September 4 in Chicago. Here’s what we know so far.

AEW Women’s Championship: Thunder Rosa (c) vs. Toni Storm

Wardlow & FTR vs. Jay Lethal, Sonjay Dutt & Satnam Singh

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John Canton

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