AEW Dynamite 27th May Results: Winner, Grade and Highlights

After the historical day of AEW Double or Nothing Pay per view, AEW returns to AEW Dynamite show with the exciting match as follows. In Today’s Show, Aew Champion and TNT Champion deliver their speeches on their respective matches on AEW DON and future matches.

AEW Dynamite Match No.1: Broken Matt Hardy and The Young Bucks vs. Joey Janela and Private Party

While @theAdamPage & @KennyOmegaManX enjoy Dynamite back at the hotel. The Young Bucks & @MATTHARDYBRAND bring that high voltage intensity in their match tag-team match TONIGHT!

The Young Bucks teamed with “Broken” Matt Hardy for a six-man tag group suit against Joey Janela and Private Party. It used to be Marq Quen and Isiah Kassidy who upset the Bucks and eradicated them from the AEW Tag Team Championship Tournament late remaining year. An aggressive Janela earned his team the early advantage with a Death Valley Driver onto the area floor. As Nick Jackson fought lower back into the match, he inadvertently blasted The Butcher with a superkick, leading to a tag team brawl at ringside.

Nick shook off hip harm and tagged Hardy into the fray. The motion broke down, neither crew earning an awesome benefit in spite of a frenetic tempo and high-risk manoeuvres. At one point, Quen soared over the rope with a plancha and appeared to injury his leg. His partner indisposed at ringside and Janela disposed of, Kassidy fell prey to More Bang For Your Buck as the Bucks and Hardy picked up the hard-fought victory.

After the match, Hardy helped Quen to the locker room in a signal of sportsmanship. As he did, Butcher and Blade hopped in the ring and beat down Nick and Matt Jackson, pummeling the Bucks. Arriving in a pickup, FTR’s Cash Wheeler and Dax Harwood made their debuts, fending off the imposing heels and attractive longtime social media rivals the Bucks in a staredown earlier than leaving

Winner: Hardy and The Bucks by Pinfall Grade:B+

AEW Dynamite Match No.2: Brian Cage vs Johnson

Jon Moxley joined the commentary crew for an up shut and private seems to be at his Fyter Fest opponent, Brian Cage. The Casino Ladder Match winner attacked opponent Lee Johnson earlier than the bell, turning him inside out with an uppercut, then obliterating him with a launch German suplex. He finished the massive underdog with his Drill Claw finisher.

After the match, Taz took the microphone and expressed his admire for Moxley before warning him of the machine-like competitor he will step into the ring with at Fyter Fest. “Beat him if you can, continue to exist if he lets you,” the ECW icon declared.

Winner: Brian Cage by Pinfall Grade: B+

AEW Dynamite Match No.3: Hikaru Shida vs. Christi Jaynes

New AEW women’s champion Hikaru Shida accompanied up her gruelling No Disqualification victory over Nyla Rose at Double or Nothing with an in shape towards younger Christi Jaynes. Shida recovered from an early affordable shot and grounded Jaynes. She observed with a walking knee carry but Jaynes answered with a sundown flip into a kick to the head for a near-fall. Despite spirited combat from Jaynes, Shida delivered the Falcon Arrow for the pinfall victory.

Winner: Shida by Pinfall Grade: C+

AEW Dynamite Mid segment: Cody Issues an Open Challenge

New TNT champion Cody made his way to the ring for a promo with Tony Schiavone. Cody equated himself to quarterback Tom Brady, citing the reality that neither were first chosen but both put in the work to acquire the whole thing they did. He did not gain from nepotism or the dominant genes from his father. “I’m no longer the Simba in this story.” He vowed to defend the TNT title each and every week and issued an open project to the locker room.

AEW Dyanmite No.4: SCU vs. Kip Sabian and Jimmy Havoc

With a shot at the AEW Tag Team Championships towards Kenny Omega and Hangman Page on subsequent week’s exhibit at stake, Kip Sabian and Jimmy Havoc battled former champions SCU in a high-stakes contest. The heels remoted Kazarian, slicing the ring off from his partner in an attempt to pick up a career-changing victory. Sabian and Havoc endured dominating heading into the break, noticeably and systematically picking aside for extra established tandem.

Scorpio Sky acquired the warm tag, exploded into the fit and teed off on the opposition. Kazarian recovered, joined Sky for a swinging tornado DDT and scored a near-fall. A well-timed distraction from Penelope Ford kept the babyfaces from turning in SCU Later and Sabian and Havoc scored the win moments later, pinning Sky.

Winner: Sabian and Havoc by Pinfall Grade: C+

AEW Dynamite Match No.5: Battle Royal for a Shot at the TNT Championship

Cody’s TNT Championship at stake, a huge Battle Royal headlined the in-ring element of this week’s show. Jurassic Express, Luther, Christopher Daniels, Sonny Kiss, Brandon Cutler, Peter Avalon, Colt Cabana, Billy Gunn, Wardlow and MJF made up the field. The latter bided his time, hiding in the back of his large bodyguard in an try to keep away from elimination. Luther, then Kiss were sent packing early, observed quickly thereafter by Cabana. The Dark Order recruited the pissed off Cabana and the fun-loving veteran competitor regarded open to such a development.

During the break, Avalona and Cutler teed off until their eliminations while Gunn’s not going run continued. Back from the timeout, Marko Stunt inconceivably eliminated Daniels, solely to be tossed to the flooring through Wardlow. Luchasaurus and Wardlow paired off, the heavyweights clubbing away at every other until MJF attacked the wrestling world’s preferred dinosaur. Luchasaurus and Gunn were both eradicated whilst Orange Cassidy rolled into the ring after suffering a beating from Santana and Ortiz, formally coming into the fit for the first time.

Cassidy and Jungle Boy eradicated MJF and Wardlow, developing a babyface showdown as the closing two warring parties remaining. A back-and-forth stumbles upon gave way to Jungle Boy delivering head scissors that eradicated Cassidy and earned him the victory.

Winner: Jungle Boy By Pinfall

AEW Dynamite End Segment: The Inner Circle Pep Rally

The Inner Circle made their way to the ring, nevertheless reeling from their loss in the Stadium Stampede Saturday night at Double or Nothing. Chris Jericho ensured followers that the faction would band collectively and come again stronger than ever.

Sammy Guevara passed out participation trophies, Santana gave out gifts from his “New Yoricuan” basket (including a framed image of Marc Anthony for Jericho), and Le Champion gifted Guevara a scooter. Jake Hager read poetry earlier than Guevara requested Jericho what he really wants “What I virtually prefer is Mike Tyson’s head on a platter.” He said he hasn’t forgotten what Tyson did to him on January 11, 2010, on a Monday night.

Tyson interrupted the proceedings, accompanied via his posse, which blanketed UFC megastar Henry Cejudo. Jericho demanded an apology from Tyson for knocking him out, or the former heavyweight champion would suffer the identical destiny from Le Champion. A huge brawl broke out between Tyson’s guys and Inner Circle as the exhibit went off the air.

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