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AEW Dynamite Results for August 30, 2023

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AEW Dynamite Results for August 30, 2023. Tonight’s episode of AEW DYNAMITE was broadcast live from NOW Arena in Chicago, IL! Excalibur, Tony Schiavone, and “The Human Suplex Machine” Taz were the broadcast team for tonight’s event. It’s Wednesday night and you know what that means!

Jon Moxley vs. Komander (with Alex Abrahantes)

The bell rings and Moxley immediately charges at Komander. He kicks, punches, and stomps on the masked man before he can respond. Komander takes him out of the ring with Headscissors Takedown and flies in a Crossbody from the heights to ringside. Mox catches another Crossbody in the center of the ring and passes to Backbreaker for a two count. Komander responds with a kick and DDT to knock Mox down. He loads Jon into Torture Rack and passes Lungblower but it’s not enough.

Komander walks the ropes before a Shooting Star Press and Mox receives it with his knees. King Kong Lariat and Piledriver but Komander resists. Moxley unloads a number of elbows on Komander and passes to the Sleeperhold in the middle of the ring. Moxley transitions to Juji Gatame to make Komander perform.

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Winner: Jon Moxley.

Video of FTR and The Young Bucks talking in the locker room after All In. The Jackson brothers say they felt bad about their loss and that’s why they didn’t shake FTR’s hand, the champions say they just wanted to show their respect. The Bullet Club Gold interrupt them to mock them. White challenges to a four-on-four match, Cash Wheeler offers to have the match at All Out.

Toni Storm is interviewed by Renee Paquette. Storm says that she is happy for Saraya, but that she went off script in her performance in All In. Storm says that she can’t trust Saraya, nor Hikaru Shida, she can’t trust anyone. Storm repeats her trust issue several times and leaves talking to herself.

Chris Jericho comes out to talk after his loss to Will Ospreay at All In.

Jericho says that last weekend was one of the best of his life, remembering not only the success of All In at Wembley but also the performance of his band Fozzy in England. “But there is something that I would like to forget, and it is how I treated my brother Sammy Guevara, there is something that I want to say to his face,” Jericho says and asks him to leave.

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Sammy Guevara heads to the ring. “Sammy, I know I pushed you after my match. I was frustrated, you’ve always been with me and you’ve been my brother, I shouldn’t have done this. I know you did everything you could to help me,” Chris says and shows the moment Sammy hits with the bat to Will Ospreay. Jericho apologizes for this in front of everyone. Sammy shakes his hand and tells him that he will always have his back and a little push won’t break his friendship.

Jericho keeps talking, he says he keeps thinking about what he should have done differently to beat Will Ospreay, among those things, he says “maybe you could have hit him harder with the bat.” Sammy asks him to repeat that and he replies that maybe if Jericho had hit him harder with the Judas Effect he would have won. Jericho adds that sometimes when he asks for something, things don’t go the way he thought they would. Guevara says that if he hadn’t been so worried about taking care of Jericho, he could have fought in All In. Jericho says if he keeps listening to him maybe he can be there next year.

Sammy says that he might listen to him so he doesn’t lose at Wembley next year.

Jericho says if he listens maybe he won’t lose a starting match with MJF like he already lost. “Four years ago you became AEW Champion, here in Chicago, but what happened 24 hours later? You lost your championship in a restaurant. What a champion, Mr. Ocho?” Guevara shoots and stands face to face with Chris. Jericho asks them to go back to what they do best, be together, watch each other’s backs, reunite as Le Sex Gods and seek to become Couples Champions. “Next week, let’s start that journey on AEW Dynamite, what do you say?” Jericho offers. Sammy accepts and shakes his hand.

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Jon Moxley says that on Sunday he will face the winner of Orange Cassidy vs. Penta The Zero Fear. Mox criticizes that everyone has a phrase or a hashtag these days. “It’s not about barking. The fighter who leaves Chicago with the International Championship will be the fighter with the biggest bite,” he closes.

Match for the NJPW Strong Openweight Championship: Eddie Kingston (c) vs. Wheeler Yuta

Eddie starts the fight with a bandage on his head, but after receiving a slap from Yuta, he takes it off in anger. Yuta punishes Eddie’s arm to take control of the match. Kingston catches Yuta in the corner and punches him out of the ring. Eddie’s Suicide stop that immediately returns Yuta to the ring. Eddie receives a Crossbody with his knees and applies a Saito Suplex for the count of two. Yuta’s Olympic Slam and a count of two, Eddie continues to suffer from his arm. Eddie resists a number of elbows, applies a Suplex and the Backfist to the Future. Yuta resists and challenges him to hit again, Eddie connects another Backfist and Yuta falls.

Winner: Eddie Kingston .

Sammy Guevara is being interviewed by Renee Paquette, when he is interrupted by Don Callis. Guevara shuts him up and tells him that his family is not Don’s business, that he should leave once and for all.

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A ROH Tag Team Battle Royal will take place on Friday to define the challengers for the ROH Couples Championships in All Out. A Grand Slam AEW World Title Eliminator begins next week to define MJF’s challenger in the Grand Slam.

Adam Cole comes to the ring.

Adam thanks everyone who made All In the most special night of his life. Cole says that losing in the main event hurt him, but he is confident that he will have a chance again one day. “Regarding my friend MJF, his neck is bad, but he will still be present at All Out on Sunday.” Cole says that he has something else to say, but is interrupted.

Roderick Strong and The Kingdom come to the ring to face Cole. “You care more about Max’s neck being bad than about my neck. Don’t you care about the health of my neck?” Roddy asks. Cole tells him this is getting ridiculous and he doesn’t know why he’s listening to “these guys.”

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Mike Bennett furiously replies that he knows them, that he knows their names. Mike reminds him of a ROH match they had years ago, when they both got a job at the company thanks to their match. “At that time we thought we would do everything together. You were at my wedding. Think of all the arenas we were in,” Bennett says, mentioning several as he criticizes Chicago. “We were at our worst and we celebrated our best, but you worry too much about what these idiots think of you and you forget what ‘these guys’ mean to you,” Bennett closes.

Matt Taven tells Cole to shut up when he tries to respond.

“You needed Kingdom to rise in ROH, when you achieved it you went to the Bullet Club to earn their merchandising money. Then you went to Florida so that our friends could raise you and make you keep the title. Now you come here and say that you changed, but it’s a lie. You’re with MJF because you think it’s the path to the championship. I think when you see photos from the past you see yourself alone, because you’re the only person you think about,” Taven shoots.

Adam Cole finally replies that none of it is true. “If I made you feel that way, I’m really sorry. I know we were very close a while back, but I know the important thing in friendship is understanding. You guys need to understand that Max isn’t just my friend, damn, he’s my best friend. Cole says.

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Roderick Strong says that he can’t understand it, and announces that he will enter the tournament to do what Cole couldn’t: “beat MJF to become champion with my true friends by my side, and if you were a good friend you would be there for me.” my side,” says Roderick. Cole tells him that it’s a bad idea because of his neck, Strong sarcastically responds that he cares about him now. “I don’t need a Roll Up, I don’t need a Diamond Ring, I don’t even need a good neck to win a match here. I’m going to break everyone’s backs and become a champion because I’m a wrestling legend,” Strong closes.

Kris Statlander, Hikaru Shida & Britt Baker vs. Emi Sakura, Nyla Rose & Marina Shafir

Shida starts dominating Sakura and soon takes over from Baker. Nyla hits Britt from the ropes, Emi takes advantage and tags with Marina. Shafir, Sakura and Rose control Britt with short relays. Baker finally manages to take over from Kris, who charges with blows against Marina and Nyla. Kris looks for the bead but Nyla and Emi break it to attack Statlander together. Shida charges at them, Baker tries to kick Nyla but misses and connects Shida. Nyla chokeslam Britt, Kris goes for her and takes her out of the ring with a Clothesline. Statlander seeks height and flies over his rivals at ringside. Wednesday Night Fever and a count of three on Shafir to take the victory.

Winners: Kris Statlander, Hikaru Shida & Britt Baker .

After the fight, Ruby Soho surprises Kris Statlander with a No Future and steals the TBS Championship to leave it on the ramp.

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Don Callis and Konosuke Takeshita talk backstage about the operations Kenny Omega had. Callis says that Takeshita needs to hit Omega a lot, and gives the example of the team match in All In. “And if that fails, I have another strategy,” Callis says, showing the video of him attacking him with the screwdriver.

The World Trios Champions, The Acclaimed and Billy Gunn , arrive at the ring. Gunn speaks from a ring apron to say that Daddy Ass is back. Max Caster takes the floor and says that it was important for him to return to Chicago, where they went to a new level, and promise that they will be dominant champions of the division.

Max wants to cut the inauguration ribbon,

but Billy tells him that his scissors are small and takes out a giant scissors to do it. Anthony Bowens says this is the “House of Ass” now, and the champions wear pink. “These championships are kind of boring,” Bowens says before introducing new trios, rosé and scissors titles. The moment closes with a big “scissor me, daddy ass!”.

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Dark Order, Gates of Agony, Best Friends, The Hardys and Aussie Open, some of the teams that will participate in the ROH Battle Royal on Friday, send a message ahead of that fight.

Match for the International Championship: Orange Cassidy (c) vs. Penta The Zero Fear

Fast and even start with exchange of takedowns, Arm Drags and accounts. Penta catches an Orange Top e on Gorilla Press and throws it hard against the barricade. Penta takes control with hard kicks and Chops Orange. They exchange several pins, Orange then responds with a Suicidal Elbow, looks for an Orange Punch from the steps but Penta receives it with a kick and returns to the ring to fly in a Cannonball over the third rope.

Penta continues to attack, Orange avoids a Suplex with a Stundog Millionaire and immediately connects a DDT but it is not enough. Penta returns to the attack with a hard kick and a Backstabber for another count of two. Penta goes on to work Cassidy’s arm for a few minutes, with locks and kicks. Kicks from one to the other, Penta’s Slingblade and a count of two.

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Penta tries to break Orange’s arm, but the champion pockets his hand to save himself. Cassidy does the classic slow blows from him and surprises with a Canadian Destroyer. Penta makes one of his own and Orange makes another Destroyer again. Made in Japan by Penta but Orange resists.

Orange looks for the Beach Break but rather drops Penta due to the pain in his back. He tries the Orange Punch but Penta stops him with a kick to the hands. They struggle on the edge of the ring until Penta applies the Fear Factor. 1…2…no! Orange grabs the rope to save herself! Penta bends Orange’s arm and applies another Fear Factor that almost gives him the victory. Cassidy surprises with a Crucifix Pin and takes the victory.

Winner: Orange Cassidy .

After the fight, Orange Cassidy asks for a chair and sits down to talk. He says that he is tired and sore, that each defense weighs on him more, but that he will continue for what the championship means. “I am defending the championship because it means everything to me. This is what AEW is about, putting a person who was said to be very skinny, very small, very different.

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 I am the champion and I will continue defending the title as long as I want, and not “There’s nothing anyone can do to take it away from me. Jon Moxley, you better bring more than a fork, because I will always be the International Champion. Because I’m Orange Cassidy and I don’t have a phrase,” Orange closes. Jon Moxley comes out to face Orange and pushes his face. Orange responds with a blow and they are face to face until Moxley leaves. We’ll be covering more on this so stay tuned and remember…the home of professional wrestling is All Elite Wrestling! For more updates follow AEWHindi.com.

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