All Elite Wrestling returns with the latest weekly edition of AEW Dynamite tonight, November 13th, from the Nashville Municipal Auditorium in Nashville, Tennessee.
Featured below are live, ongoing play-by-play results coverage of the show.
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AEW DYNAMITE RESULTS (11/13)
The show kicks off with video highlights of the matches and happenings from Saturday’s AEW Full Gear pay-per-view in Baltimore, MD. The highlights end with the Cody-Chris Jericho match and post-match heel turn from MJF.
From there, the regular weekly AEW Dynamite video opening package rolls and we shoot live inside the Nashville Municipal Auditorium in Nashville, TN., where Jim Ross welcomes us to the show, along with The Excalibur and Tony Schiavone.
We shoot up to the broadcast position where we ae told that The Dark Order vs. The Jurassic Express is scheduled for tonight, Nyla Rose will be in action tonight, the third match between Hangman Page and PAC goes down, and the main event will see Chris Jericho & Sammy Guevara challenge SoCal Uncensored’s Frankie Kazarian and Scorpio Sky for the AEW World Tag-Team Champions.
Then, we are told that Jon Moxley will be in action up next. After that, we shoot to a special video package covering the insanely violent “Unsanctioned Lights Out” showdown between Jon Moxley and Kenny Omega from AEW Full Gear. The video package not only shows highlights from the action at AEW Full Gear, but we also get some behind-the-scenes footage from backstage at the show before and after the wild battle.
Jon Moxley vs. Michael Nakazawa
Once the video package wraps up, we shoot back live inside the Nashville Municipal Auditorium in Nashville, TN., where Moxley makes his entrance through the crowd in old WWE / The Shield fashion. His opponent is already waiting for him in the ring.
Nakazawa holds up a bottle of baby oil and then the two run at each other and collide. The action begins as the bell sounds to officially kick this one off.
Moxley levels Nakazawa with a clothesline, takes his own shirt off and goes to work on him in the corner. Seconds later, Nakazawa charges at Moxley, who gives him a boot in the gut before blasting him with a Paradigm Shift out of nowhere. 1-2-3. That was a quick one.
Winner: Jon Moxley
After The Match: Moxley Has A Microphone …
Following the match, Moxley grabs a mic and starts off by saying, “So, that one counts, right?” Referring to the fact that his win over Kenny Omega at AEW Full Gear did not count because it was not a sanctioned match.
He continues by saying he is many things, and say what you want about him, but he is not a liar. He says he told us exactly what was going to happen at AEW Full Gear, and then he went out and made it happen.
He claims Kenny Omega will never be the same again, as the crowd begins to chant “You Rock”. Moxley goes on to say, “Kenny, you radical son of a b*tch, I do respect you, because you had the balls to do something that nobody in AEW will have, and that was to step into the ring with me.”
Moxley goes on to say, “One broken neck at a time, until I am the last man standing. I don’t care how long it takes. If there is anybody back there, anybody listening, that wants to confront their own mortality, anybody that’s listening, I will let you know exactly you stand in the AEW.”
In regards to anyone willing to fight him, he finished by saying, “Anyone that does enter the ring, be sure to kiss your loved ones goodbye before you leave the house, have an ambulance on speed dial, and when it’s done, don’t ask me for any damn apologies!”
With that said, he throws the mic down and exits the ring. Moxley says off-camera, “This is my world” and hops the guard rail and exits through the crowd the same way he entered the ring.
More On Tonight’s AEW Dynamite …
From there, we head back to the announce position where Jim Ross and company once again deliver some additional hype for tnoight’s AEW World Tag-Team Title main event pitting Chris Jericho & Sammy Guevara vs. SCU. Then we head back to ringside for our next contest of the evening.
The Dark Order vs. Jurassic Express
Grayson and Evil Uno, along with their masked possee, make their way down to the ring in creepy fashion for our next match here at AEW Dynamite. This will be the tag-team match mentioned in the opener.
Out next are their opponents for this one, Jurassic Express — Jungle Boy and Marko Stunt. The bell sounds and here we go.
Marko wastes no time jumping onto the member of Dark Order. A Crucifex by Jungle Boy and a Scissor Lock in retaliation. Jungle Boy with a double boot to the chest. Marko back in the ring, taking down Grayson.
Marko with a pin attempt in this very fast paced match up. Marko “flossing” when he stopped from being thrown through the ropes. Senton over the top rope by Grayson. Marko dragged across the mat as Dark Order makes the tag. A loud chop on Marko.
Once again Marko is dragged to Dark Order’s corner as they continue to tag back and forth, attacking Marko. We go to commercial.
We return from the break to see Evil Uno in the center of the ring with another two count pin attempt on Marko. Flat Liner by Evil Uno. Marko is crawling to his corner to make the tag, Jungle Boy is now the legal man.. Grayson tries to break up the count and Jungle Boy gets a Double Knee Drop on Grayson.
Marko tags in. Grayson tags in. Double team by the Jurassic Express. A kick followed by a high flying move by Marko. Jungle Boy throws Evil Uno out of the ring, then holds the rope to push Grayson out. Jungle Boy goes over the rope but gets caught and is hit with two boots. Back in the ring, a Night Fall back-breaker followed by their double-team Fatality finisher results in a pin fall victory for The Dark Order.
Winners: The Dark Order
After The Match: Luchasaurus Saves Jurassic Express From The Dark Order
Once the match ended, Evil Uno got on the mic. and gave Marko Stunt props before offering him a chance to join the creepers and become part of The Dark Order.
Jungle Boy ends up getting in the ring and getting in their face. He says he respects that and tells his crew to “put ’em down.” With that said, The Dark Order crew begins a lopsided beat down on The Jurassic Express.
As they attempt to force a mask on Jungle Boy anyways, out of nowhere, Luchasaurus’ music hits and he comes out to make the save, taking out creepers from The Dark Order as he makes his way down the entrance ramp. The AEW fans break out into a “Holy Sh*t!” chant as he enters the ring.
The Dark Order stands their ground as Luchasaurus hits a roundhouse spin kick that takes out three of the creepers of The Dark Order, leaving only Evil Uno and Grayson in the ring. Evil Uno retreats to the floor, leaving Grayson alone. Luchasaurus hits a gigantic chokeslam and follows it up with a standing moonsault on Grayson. Jungle Boy and Mark Stunt join him in the ring and they pose for the fans to end the segment.
Shawn Spears vs. Peter Avalon vs. Darby Allin
After the match we head to our next match, as a spotlight shows “The Chairman of AEW” Shawn Spears seated at the top of the entrance ramp. As he begins his entrance, we head to another commercial break.
We return from the break to see Spears with Tully Blanchard in the ring along with Peter Avalon. Avalon is finishing up a promo he was cutting during the break.
Now, Darby Allin’s theme hits and the fans inside the Nashville Municipal Auditorium explode as he makes his way down to the ring for this triple-threat contest.
The bell sounds and here we go. The fans immediately start chanting for Darby Allin. The action gets underway with Allin and Spears going at it. Avalon tries hitting a double-cross body onto both to interject himself into the action, but both guys simply step aside and watch as he crashes to the mat.
With Avalon selling the fall, Allin and Spears start to go at it in the ring. As the match finally gets going, out of nowhere, Joey Janela enters the scene and he and Spears start brawling to the backstage area. As the announcers point out, that essentially turns this match into a one-on-one contest — at least for now.
Allin and Avalon go at it briefly until Allin floors him, goes to the top and hits his finisher to pick up the pin fall victory.
Winner: Darby Allin
After The Match: Darby Allin Promo
Once the match is over, Allin grabs a microphone as the fans chant, “Darby! Darby!” He says, “Jon Moxley … I accept.” It looks like Moxley has a dance partner for his next extremely violent showdown in All Elite Wrestling. On that note, we head to another commercial break.
Nyla Rose vs. Dani Jordan
We’re back from commercial and it’s time for our next match of the evening here at AEW Dynamite, which will be in the AEW Women’s division.
“The Native Beast” Nyla Rose makes her way to the ring first as her music sounds in the arena. Rose climbs in the ring to an awaiting Dani Jordan.
The bell rings and the match begins. Rose walking towards Jordan, Jordan retaliates. Rose goes for big boot and misses. Rose gets the boot the second time, goes for a Choke Slam, Jordan gets out and slaps Rose.
Rose slams Jordan. Rose with a shot the midsection followed by Power Bomb for the three count pin and win. That didn’t take long. Easy win for Nyla Rose here in Nashville.
Winner: Nyla Rose
Awesome Kong & Brandi Rhodes Attack & Cut Allie’s Hair
We shoot to the entrance ramp where Tony Schiavone is going to interview AEW women’s competitor Allie. She talks about having success on AEW Dark and being ready for AEW Dynamite.
As she continues to talk, the lights go out and Schiavone’s mic goes dead. From there, Awesome Kong and Brandi Rhodes appear. They take out Allie and cut her hair the same way they did Bea Priestley’s hair at AEW Full Gear.
Chris Jericho Is NEXT On AEW Dynamite …
We are told that Chris Jericho will be out next here on AEW Dynamite when we return from commercial. On that note, we head to another break.
MJF Talks Heel Turn & Chris Jericho’s Inner Circle Offer & Cody Gets Attacked Again
“Le Champion” Chris Jericho makes his way to the top of the ramp carrying his championship belt and strutting down the ramp in sunglasses with a smug grin on his face as he enters the ring. Jericho paces the ring slowly, mic in hand as he smiles bigger.
The crowd is going wild. “Much to the dismay of everyone here in Nashville, Chris Jericho is still, Le Champion! Once again I proved to be exactly what I say I am, I am the greatest of all time baby! And that’s why once again, I am gonna keep saying it til I get it, I want, no I demand a thank you from every single member of the AEW roster… I want my thank you! No, no no, I want my thank you from people that matter, not you people from Nashville.”
The crowd boos as Jericho mentions Cody Rhodes, calling him a Millennial Son of a Bitch” as the arena goes dark. Rhodes music plays, but as the lights come back on, MJK makes his way down the ramp and into the ring with a mic “cut the music, cut the music” as the crowd boos and begins an “Asshole” chant.
“Christopher buddy, we’ll talk in a bit, I gotta get something off my chest. You people don’t like me very much do you. Are you upset cuz I threw the towel in? Is that it? If I didn’t throw that towel in, your favorite little wrestler’s career would’ve been over. Meanwhile, you have been cheering for the villain the whole time. The villain, is Cody.”
He goes on to say, “Do you guys love Cody? Do ya? He couldn’t give a shit about any one of you. Cody only cares about himself. But you seem to not wanna believe that. There is only one person that knows the real Cody, and you’re looking at him. The real Cody is a liar. The real Cody is a user and an abuser.” He goes on to say that he was used as a puppet and Cody Rhodes never gave a damn about him, as the crowd begins to chant “Bullshit!”. He goes on to say, “You are looking at the NEW face of AEW, because Cody Rhodes, I’m better than you, and you know it.”
He turns back to Jericho, “Now, Christopher. I heard you wanted me to join The Inner Circle” Jericho replies, “It’s interesting you say that, Maxwell, because I heard you wanted to join The Inner Circle” they do a back and forth about joining and he continues, “I’m sure want me to join your little Inner Circle Jerk… little slip. I hear you like to partake in a little bit of the bubbly.” The crowd begins to chant “Cody again”.
Chris Jericho continues, “Do you wanna be in the Inner Circle” and MJK continues the back and forth with Jericho again. The crowd starts chanting once again. Jericho says, “Wanna know who the biggest Jackass in AEW is?” MJF and Jericho both say, “Cody Rhodes” in unison as they hug.
Powerslam on Jericho by Rhodes, MJF is thrown into the corner, another Powerslam on Jericho. Michael Wardlow comes in out of nowhere attacking Rhodes. Rhodes whispers to Wardlow, who begins to choke Rhodes with his tie, throwing him over the top rope, choking Rhodes once more as the referees make their way out.
MJF yells, “I am the face of AEW!” as we head back to a commercial break.
Hangman Page vs. PAC
We return from the break as Hangman Page is making his way to the ring for our next match of the evening here in Nashville. It will be his advertised rubber match against PAC. The two are split 1 win a piece in their previous two meetings inside the AEW squared circle.
“The Bastard PAC” is already in the ring. The bell sounds and here we go as these two immediately start going at it. Lots of back and forth to start the match off. Adam Page goes up top for the Arrow. Over the top goes Pac onto the body of Page. Pac goes to the top rope with a Moonsault onto Page.
Both back in the ring, Pac goes to the top rope once again, this time, landing on the mat as Page moves out of the way. Hangman slams Pac into the barracade. Hangman with a Powerbomb and a long two count.
Pac gets to the top rope, dropkick onto Page. Pac gets back to the top rope, slamming onto Page once again. Page rolls to the outside of the ring, trying to get back to his feet. Pac with a big boot to the face of Page. Page slams Pac with a Spinebuster onto the side of the apron. Page then climbing to the top rope, Santon onto Pac as we go to commercial.
We’re back from the break and the action is picking up with high spots and dangerous spots on the floor outside the ring. Back in the ring, PAC gets in a cheap shot after pushing the referee into Page and then hitting him with a big boot to the face.
From there, PAC stomps on Page’s head over and over again while he lays on the mat lifeless. The ref keeps stopping him and warning him. Finally, PAC hits a Black Arrow off the top and slaps his submission finisher on Page until the referee stops it. PAC wins the series 2 to 1 by earning the pin fall in tonight’s rubber match.
Santana & Ortiz And The Young Bucks Brawl Throughout The Arena
Backstage we shoot to a crazy situation that the announcers were just informed is in the middle of unfolding. We see a violent fight going on between The Young Bucks and The Inner Circle’s Santana and Ortiz backstage. One of the former LAX members even dove off of a forklift that was positioned in the backstage area.
As the fight continues to make its way throughout the backstage area, the bathroom door is kicked open and we see a very calm, cool and collected Orange Cassidy standing in the doorway wearing his trademark jean jacket with his shades on and his hands in his pockets. The crowd pops big.
Meanwhile, the brawl continues as we head to a split-screen commercial break. We’re told as we head to the break that our main event is up next.
As commercials air on one side of the screen, we see the violent brawl between The Young Bucks and the team of Santana and Ortiz has now spilled out into the arena in front of the audience inside the Nashville Municipal Auditorium.
We return from the break to see the brawl still going on inside the arena. A sock filled with baseballs is used as a weapon now. The Young Bucks are now completely laid out. Santana and Ortiz pull out the spray paint to tag The Young Bucks.
Things end the same way the beat down of the legendary tag-team The Rock ‘N’ Roll Express did, as The Inner Circle duo power bombs one member of The Young Bucks off the entrance ramp through some of the staging area several feet below.
They go to do the same thing on the other side of the entrance area. A bunch of officials try to stop them. They say ok and walk away only to yell “we lied,” turn around and deliver some additional punishment to the other Young Buck.
This brings out Private Party to even up the numbers game. As the fans chant “Private Party! Private Party,” order is finally restored as between the many, many officials out here now, the addition of Private Party seems to have halted the seemingly never-ending assault by Santana and Ortiz.
AEW World Tag-Team Championships
SoCal Uncensored (C) vs. Chris Jericho & Sammy Guevara
Once the wild brawl involving The Young Bucks, Santana and Ortiz and Private Party clears out of the arena, the theme music of the AEW World Tag-Team Champions hits the loud speakers inside the Nashville Municipal Auditorium as SoCal Uncensored makes their way to the ring for tonight’s AEW Dynamite main event.
Out comes the title-holders, Scorpio Sky and Frankie Kazarian, who are accompanied by their returning fellow SCU member Christopher Daniels, who is back after returning at the AEW Full Gear pay-per-view over the weekend. They cut a quick promo before the match and then Jim Ross takes us to a commercial break before their opponents are introduced.
We return from the break and now that familiar Fozzy tune hits the house speakers inside the arena as Le Champion, Chris Jericho, and his tag-team partner “The Spanish God” Sammy Guevara make their way to the ring for tonight’s main event.
Justin Roberts does the formal pre-match introductions for this, our AEW Dynamite main event this week with the AEW World Tag-Team Championships on-the-line. Kazarian and Jericho are going to start things off for their respective teams. The bell sounds and here we go.
Rick Knox is the referee for this title contest, as the announcers point out he is the best tag-team official AEW has to offer. The crowd chants “SCU” as things get underway in our final bout of the evening here in Nashville.
Lock up early on between Kazarian and Jericho, clean break. They lock up once again, clean break, Jericho tries to get a sucker punch in, Kazarian grabs Jericho quickly. Jericho with two big chops on Kazarian. Jericho quickly to his corner and tags in Guevara.
Scorpio Sky tags in to take him on, a Back Breaker followed by a pin attempt. Guevara with a kick out. Kazarian back in with a knee to his midsection. Guevara with a Backflip, no one home, Kazarian counters with a German Suplex. Jericho leaves the ring to have his tooth checked by Jake Hager. Kazarian with a pin attempt once again as we go to commercial break.
We’re back from the break and Guevara tags Jericho back in who steps on Kazarian as he enters the ring, Scorpio Sky jumps in to try and help, the referee pushing him back out as Jake Hager gets a cheap shot in on Kazarian.
Jericho and Kazarian fighting in the ring as Jericho drags Kazarian to his corner and tags in Guevara once again. Kazarian with a waistlock, Guevara with an elbow to the face followed by going to the top rope. Nobody home, Guevara stops to pose in the center of the ring, Jericho jumps in to pose with him. Guevara gets a Reverse Chin Lock on Kazarian.
Kazarian goes for the tag and get Scorpio Sky. Sky comes in strong with a Back Elbow, taking Guevara off his feet. Guevara gets an elbow to the face, Jericho attempts to jump in and help, Sky with a big hit on Jericho who exits the ring just as quickly. Sky picks Guevara up, rising knee strike on Guevara.
Sky over the top rope, gets Guevara in a Camel Sleeper. Kazarian with a Guiletine on Jericho. Sky attempting a C U Later, Hager pulls Kazarian out of the ring. Guevara rolls up for a pin attempt, to no avail.
Sky and Jericho now in the ring. Sky makes it to the middle turnbuckle, nobody home. Jericho off the second rope flipping onto Sky. Sky kicks out with a two count. Sky flips Jericho and rolls him up quickly for the three count pin for the win.
Winners and STILL AEW World Tag-Team Champions: SoCal Uncensored
After The Match: Chris Jericho Snaps!
Once the match is over, the AEW World’s Heavyweight Champion Chris Jericho is not one happy camper at all. An upset Le Champion grabs a steel chair and starts smashing the ring post with it over and over again, similar to how he did in WCW during his early days as a heel.
With that said, Jim Ross and the announce crew thank us for stopping by this week and remind us to tune into AEW Dynamite from Indianapolis, IN. next Wednesday night.
That will do it for our AEW Dynamite results coverage. We hope to see you all here again next week — same time, same place. Follow LordsofPain reporter and our weekly AEW Dynamite play-by-play writer Matt Boone via Twitter @MattBoone1984.
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