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Tonight’s episode is the fallout from Double or Nothing from last Sunday. Full results are available here

Excalibur, Jim Ross and Tony Schiavone welcome fans to another edition of AEW Dynamite! We kick off tonight’s show with some high-flying tag team action!

Non-Title Match: Young Bucks vs. PAC and Penta El Zero Miedo

Frankie Kazarian goes right for Michael Nakazawa. The bell hasn’t even rung yet. Penta El Zero Miedo and PAC soar over the top rope, taking out Young Bucks. The bell then rings once all four men make their way into the apron. PAC softens Matt Jackson up for Penta before he is tagged in. Nick Jackson runs in and tries to run roughshod. Matt is dragged over to his corner by his brother to get a tag in. Penta lands a perfect thrust kick. A tag is made to PAC. PAC comes in with a slingshot cutter, followed by a standing shooting star press! PAC and Matt take a massive spill to the outside.

Nick holds PAC as Matt taunts his challenger by running around the ring. Back in the ring, Brandon Cutler shines Matt’s very expensive shoes. PAC lands a well-executed shot, turning Matt inside out. PAC eats a flurry of right hands in the center of the ring. Matt keeps on top of PAC with several stomps. PAC avoids a splash from Nick. PAC plants Nick with a powerful German Suplex and makes a tag to Penta.

Penta hits a slingblade and lungblower/senton combo on Matt! Nick tries and tosses Penta into the corner. Penta turns it around with his Pentagon Driver for just a two count. A tag is made to PAC. PAC pops Matt up with a massive powerbomb in the center of the ring for another two count. Nick eats two superkicks mid-air. Penta delivers a Mexican Destroyer on Nick! Matt makes a blind tag and hits and Canadian Destroyer of his own.

All four men are on the apron now. Fear Factor has landed on the Young Bucks! Back in the ring, Penta trade blows. Nick thinks he’s pulled off Penta’s mask, but Penta came prepared. Penta delivers a Fear Factor again, and PAC makes a tag in to land his Black Arrow! Cover. Matt interrupts the count. Brandon Culter interferes in the which helps Nick Jackson pick up the pinfall victory.

Winners: Young Bucks

Post-Match: Young Bucks continue to brutally beatdown Penta and PAC. Eddie Kingston runs out and evens the odds for Death Triangle. The Young Bucks and Brandon Cutler retreat to the ramp.

Mark Henry’s First Appearance in AEW:

Tony Schiavone has the privilege to welcome Mark Henry to AEW. Henry will now be part of AEW’s new show, Rampage, starting in August. Henry is excited to be part of the AEW team. He promises to give it his all each and every week. Schiavone asks Henry if he plans on wrestling too. Henry says at this moment, he’s focused on his commentary and coaching roles. But he did mention that he has a lot left in the tank.

All of a sudden, Vickie Guerrero rudely interrupts his welcoming. She tells both of them to get out of the ring. Tonight, Vickie has a big announcement to make. She says a new and generational luchador is here and wants everyone to know it. It’s Andrade El Idolo! Andrade El Idolo picks up a microphone and tells everyone that he wants to become the new face of AEW!

Cody Rhodes and Lee Johnson (w/Arn Anderson) vs. Anthony Ogogo and QT Marshall (w/Aaron Solow)

Cody Rhodes and Anthony Ogogo rehash their brawl from last Sunday. Ogogo tosses Rhodes and holds him up while making a tag over to QT Marshall. Cody sends Marshall face-first into the mat before making a tag to Lee Johnson. Johnson traps Marshall with a head scissors takedown over the top rope. Ogogo manhandles Johnson while the referee’s back is turned. Their match goes into picture-in-picture.

Picture-in-Picture: Marshall and Ogogo kept Marshall down for the most part during the commercial break.

Back from the break, Cody Rhodes gets on top of QT Marshall with a heavy powerslam in the center of the ring. Cody steps through and locks in a Figure Four. Ogogo comes in with a splash to break up the hold. Marshall traps Cody with a Diamond Cutter, but Lee Johnson comes down on Marshall and breaks up the attempted pinfall. Johnson and Ogogo spill to the outside. Cody looks for Cross Rhodes. Aaron Solow comes in and distracts the referee. Ogogo runs in and clocks Cody right on the chin. QT Marshall, the legal man, picks up the pinfall victory.

Winners: QT Marshall and Anthony Ogogo

– We look back at the Stadium Stampede match that saw the Inner Circle prevail over The Pinnacle last Sunday. This leads into the Inner Circle’s Victory Lap Celebration!

Inner Circle’s Victory Lap Celebration:

Chris Jericho begins the segment by surprising the fans with free t-shirts. The crowd roars in excitement. Jericho hands the microphone over to Sammy Guevara, who won the match for his team on Sunday. He says the 630 Splash he did at the end of the match is something he’s been practicing for years. He thanks the fans and Inner Circle for their support.

Santana promises their feud with The Pinnacle is far from over. Jake Hager then makes a challenge to Wardlow for an MMA-style cage fight in two weeks on Dynamite. Jericho concludes the segment by promising that he’ll beat MJF for all the carnage he caused to him. The Inner Circle will never forgive or forget. They all give the finger just before the commercial break.

Backstage: Orange Cassidy is far from done with Kenny Omega.

In the Control Room: Kenny Omega and Don Callis aren’t sweating over Jungle Boy and his title challenge in three weeks.

Jungle Boy and Christian Cage vs. Private Party (w/ Matt Hardy)

Christian Cage and Isiah Kassidy kick things off. Kassidy lands a nice takedown, softening Kassidy up for Jungle Boy. Jungle Boy comes in and wraps Kassidy in a wristlock, making another quick tag to Cage. Kassidy escapes and makes a tag to Marq Quen. Cage and Jungle Boy join forces with a double arm drag for just a one count. Jungle Boy becomes the legal man. Jungle Boy reverses a double arm drag from Private Party into a double one of his own.

Jungle Boy shoves Kassidy off, who’s straining him on the ropes. Quen takes advantage of this with a mid-air hit for a near-fall count. Kassidy is legally back in and hits a senton. It isn’t enough to keep Jungle Boy down. Jungle Boy makes a tag back to Cage. Cage hits an uppercut from off the top on Kassidy. Cage lands a forearm shot on Kassidy and then over to Quen on the apron. Quen retaliates with a jawbreaker, which leads into picture-in-picture.

Picture-in-Picture: Kassidy and Quen trade interferences on Cage. Kassidy swings Cage all over the place just for another near-fall count. Kassidy continues to cut the ring from Cage, who’s desperately trying to make a tag to Jungle Boy. Kassidy shoves Jungle Boy off the apron. Matt Hardy is barking orders to Kassidy just as the show comes back from the break.

Back from the break, Private Party team up with an assisted wheelbarrow splash for another near-fall on Cage. Kassidy lands a shot towards Cage’s windpipe. Kassidy knocks Jungle Boy off the apron again. Quen and Kassidy taunt Cage with poses before Cage fights them off and makes a tag to Jungle Boy.

Jungle Boy hits a perfect dropkick on Kassidy, followed by a flurry of shots and a back elbow to Quen. Jungle Boy rebounds from the ropes with a clothesline and a deep brainbuster on Quen for a two count! Jungle Boy hits a DDT for another near-fall. Jungle Boy traps Quen with a snare trap. Kassidy runs in to break it up. Cage takes Kassidy out of the ring. Quen stacks Jungle Boy up for a two count. Private Party miss Gin & Juice. Jungle Boy gets the snare trap in again on Quen. Quen taps. Jungle Boy pulls off a big victory!

Winner: Jungle Boy and Christian Cage

Post-Match: Matt Hardy hits a Twist of Fate on Christian Cage. Jungle Boy runs to Cage’s aid.

Backstage: Taz is excited to announce that next week, Powerhouse Hobbs and Brian Cage are going to take out Hangman Adam Page and a partner of his choosing from The Dark Order.

Darby Allin & Sting Segment: 

Sting begins his address says his match at Double or Nothing will be something he will never forget. He says that match alone stands up to anything that he’s ever done. The crowd chants in unison, “You still got it.” Sting thanks the crowd for their support. Ethan Page and Scorpio Sky pop up on the screen and mockingly clap for Allin and Sting. Sky and Page challenge Allin to a tag match, but with someone other than Sting.

Dr. Britt Baker’s Celebration Party:

Britt Baker thanks everyone for celebrating with her after her massive championship victory against the longest-reigning AEW Women’s Champion, Hikaru Shida. Nyla Rose spoils the ceremony by throwing all the Big Mac’s out and popping the balloons.

Backstage: PAC and Penta El Zero Miedo don’t want any of Eddie Kingston’s help after coming in to save them earlier tonight. Kingston asks them to marinate this idea in their heads: “The enemy of my enemy is my friend.” Kingston walks away, and PAC and Penta look at each other with confused looks on their faces.

Red Velvet (w/KiLynn King & Big Swole) vs. The Bunny (w/The Butcher & The Blade)

The Bunny wastes little time as she blindly attacks Red Velvet as she makes her way into the ring. Velvet finds her footing with a well-planned dive through the ropes. Back in the ring, Velvet has The Bunny cornered. The Bunny tosses Velvet out of the ring and lands a big stomp on top of her before they make their way back into the ring. The Bunny hits a low running forearm in the corner. Cover. Red Velvet kicks out at two.

Picture-in-Picture: The Bunny keeps Red Velvet grounded throughout the commercial break.

Back from the commercial break, Red Velvet picks up the momentum with a far-reach kick and a sharp stunner for just a two count! Both women trade shots. The Bunny hits a thrust kick. The Blade gives The Bunny a pair of brass knuckles. Red Velvet avoids the hit and knocks The Bunny out. 1-2-3. Red Velvet picks up the pinfall.

Winner: Red Velvet

Backstage: Miro is ready to defend his TNT Championship against Evil Uno next week!

Next Week:

*Miro vs. Evil Uno for the TNT Championship

* Young Bucks & Brandon Cutler vs. Penta El Zero Miedo, PAC & Eddie Kingston

* Hangman Page & Dark Order’s 10 vs. Brian Cage & Powerhouse Hobbs

And now, the main event!

Bullrope Match: Dustin Rhodes vs. Nick Comoroto (w/Aaron Solow)

Both men waste no time as Dustin Rhodes charges towards Nick Comoroto on the ramp. The bell rings, Dustin cracks the bell close to Comoroto’s upper hamstring. Dustin clobbers Comoroto with a big clothesline over the top rope. On the outside now, Comoroto throws Dustin up and over towards the audience. Dustin wraps the rope around Comoroto’s neck. Comoroto lands a massive right hand to get the rope off of him.

Fuego Del Sol climbs on top of Comoroto’s back. Comoroto tosses Fuego off. Dustin catches Comoroto with a huge powerslam causing Comoroto to bust open. Comoroto throws Dustin face-first on top of the guardrail. Dustin ducks a clothesline and slams Comoroto towards the ring post. Comoroto lands a heavy hit just before their match goes to picture-in-picture.

Picture-in-Picture: Comoroto drags Dustin back into the ring and looks for the first pin in the match. Dustin kicks out. Comoroto flattens Dustin with a nasty Irish Whip into the corner.

Back from the final commercial break, Aaron Solow sets a table for Comoroto on the outside. Dustin cracks Comorotoin the head with the bell. Comoroto sends Dustin through the table with a nasty spinebuster. Back in the ring, Comorotolooks for a cover. Dustin kicks out. Colten Gunn takes care of Aaron Solow on the outside. Dustin hits Final Reckoning for a one count! After struggling to take Comoroto off his feet with several shoulder tackles, Dustin knocks Comoroto to the mat with a flying bulldog from off the top. Dustin stacks Comoroto up for the pinfall victory.

Winner: Dustin Rhodes

That concludes this week’s episode. Thanks for watching!