All Elite Wrestling returns with the latest weekly edition of AEW Dynamite tonight, December 11th, from the Curtis Culwell Center in Garland, Texas.
Featured below are live, ongoing play-by-play results coverage of the show.
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AEW DYNAMITE RESULTS (12/11)
This week’s edition of AEW Dynamite kicks off LIVE inside the Curtis Culwell Center in Garland, Texas with Jon Moxley’s theme song immediately playing.
Moxley makes his way through the crowd to an insanely big reaction from the AEW fans in Garland as he heads to the ring for tonight’s opening bout.
Jon Moxley vs. Alex Reynolds
Justin Roberts does the long “Jonnnnnnn Moxley” introduction, which prompts a laugh and a joke from Jim Ross on commentary. The fans break out into “AEW! AEW!” chants before Moxley’s music even wraps up.
Already in the ring is his opponent for this evening, Alex Reynolds. The bell sounds and Moxley charges and blasts a big running knee. He follows up with a Paradigm Shift DDT and covers him. 1-2-3. It’s over that quick, folks.
The announcers tout Jon Moxley setting a new AEW record for fastest win in AEW Dynamite history. The fans chant “Moxley! Moxley! Moxley!” John Silver tries to attack Moxley from behind, but Moxley gives him a Paradigm Shfit DDT for his troubles and poses on the top turnbuckle as the fans chant “Moxley! Moxley! Moxley!” again.
Winner: Jon Moxley
Chris Jericho Asks Jon Moxley To Join The Inner Circle
Now The Inner Circle’s music hits and out comes Chris Jericho, Jake Hager, Sammy Guevara and the team of Proud -N- Powerful — Santana & Ortiz. The whole crew heads to the ring, where Moxley is still standing — by himself.
Jericho enters the ring by himself. He tells Moxley not to worry because if he and his pals wanted to attack him, they would have already. He says this is just a conversation man-to-man.
The AEW World Champion gives Moxley respect, saying he is one of the top wrestlers in AEW. He talks about their past history as friends, and how Moxley would ask him for advice. He says they eventually became rivals “who beat the sh*t out of each other.”
Jericho gives some examples and tells Moxley he taught him how to be a world champion. He tells the fans that he is who Moxley would call when he had a question about something or needed advice. He says he navigated Moxley right here to AEW.
He says Moxley re-paid him by laying him out at the AEW Double Or Nothing PPV in his debut. He says that showed him that they are still rivals and fighters, the same way they have always been. Jericho says he’s going to tell Moxley why he still needs him. The fans boo and Jericho tells them to shut up.
Jericho tells Moxley to imagine Moxley joining forces with himself, Hager, Guevara, Santana and Ortiz. Moxley looks over at The Inner Circle outside of the ring. Jericho outright asks Moxley to join The Inner Circle. The fans boo. Jericho pulls out a t-shirt.
He tells Moxley to take his time and enjoy the holidays. He says when he’s ready to respond, they’ll be waiting. Jericho lays The Inner Circle t-shirt across Moxley’s shoulder and exits the ring. The camera does a close-up on Moxley’s face. He smirks and then looks like he’s thinking abuot it. The fans chant “No! No!” and “Don’t! Don’t!” Jericho hops on the mic. again and tells Moxley not to listen to them. He again says when he’s ready to give his response, they’ll be waiting. That ends the opening segment.
The Butcher & The Blade (w/ The Bunny) vs. Cody & QT Marshall
After a vignette promoting tonight’s Texas Street Fight between The Young Bucks and Proud -N- Powerful, The Butcher, The Blade and The Bunny make their way down to the ring for our second match of the evening here at AEW Dynamite.
The announcers point out that The Bunny used to be known as Allie as the trio pose in the center of the ring ahead of this tag-team contest.
From there, the lights go down and the fans immediately break out into “Cody! Cody!” chants as All Elite Wrestling EVP and wrestler Cody makes his epic ring entrance with the cool music, lighting effects and pyro/fireworks.
His tag-team partner for this evening, QT Marshall, joins him as he makes his way down the ramp and heads towards the ring.
As the duo make their way to the ring, a split-screen pre-recorded interview with MJF airs. MJF taunts and mocks Cody, telling him “Good luck with QT Marshall as your partner!”
The bell sounds and here we go. Cody and The Blade start things off for their respective teams. Cody gets the better of The Blade early on, so he tags in his larger tag-team partner, The Butcher.
Cody tags in QT Marshall, the larger member of his team as well. The two big boys go at it now, with The Bunny quickly getting involved and making a difference, helping The Blade fly over the top and splash onto him as he was distracted with her.
The Butcher and The Blade gain the offensive advantage as we head to our first commercial break of the evening.
We’re back from the break and we see The Butcher and The Blade are still in control of the action. Cody finally gets the hot tag. He hits the disaster kick and a big high spot off the top rope for a pair of near falls.
As he goes for the Figure-Four Leglock, The Blade pushes him off and from the floor, The Bunny rakes the eyes of Cody. Cody stumbles back and QT Marshall blind-tags himself in.
QT Marshall surprisingly goes on an offensive tear, taking out The Butcher and The Blade and hitting a big high spot onto both of them on the floor. Back in the ring, QT hits the Cross Rhodes on The Butcher. He gets him out of the ring and hits a top rope high spot on The Blade for a near fall.
The entire time QT is doing well, he has a look of shock on his face, as if he can’t believe he’s doing as good as he is. Now as The Butcher and The Blade try to double-team an isolated QT in the ring, QT does a good job of fighting them off until he cannot any longer. They hit a cool double-team move and cover him before Cody can recover and return to the ring to help.
Winners: The Butcher & The Blade (with The Bunny)
MJF Responds to Cody
Over the loud speakers you hear, “Cut my music,” as MJF makes his way down the ramp with Warlow trailing close behind. MJF enters the ring and calls a ring grip up to the ring and mocks him. The crowd chanting, “Asshole” as he continues. MJF speaking to Cody Rhodes calling his propsal “cute” adding he doesn’t need his money, saying he has enough money to last a lifetime. MJF wants Rhodes to suffer. “You decided to call me a knockoff Chris Jericho,” the crowd cheering loudly at the comment, MJF continues, “oh you guys like that huh? You thought it was funny.” MJF continues on, speaking about his scarf and how it is supposedly fake. Adding when he thinks of Cody, he thinks “fake” speaking on his hair, his teeth, and his lisp.
MJF mocks Rhodes lisp, then demands him to fire him saying, “the thing you want most in this world, is to get your hands on me. On top of that, you would be letting down each and everyone of these fans. So you want to see MJF vs Cody Rhodes. Let me hear it. Well guess what Cody, you’re up! But, but but but but… I have a couple stipulations. But I won’t tell you those stipulations in honkeyville, usa. Do you guys have a problem with the truth? Ow guys, ow.” The crowd once again chanting, “Asshole” I am going to give you the stipulations in Jacksonville, I know you’re back there like a pitbull on a leash foaming at the mouth hoping someone is going to release you, but I want you to know this, I am in control. I am better than you, and you know it!” as MJF drops the mic and exits the ring, making his way back up the ramp with Warlow close behind as we go to commercial.
The Dark Order new promo airs.
Emi Sakura vs. Big Swole
Out first is Big Swole as she makes her way down the ramp and enters the ring for the match up. Sakura makes her way down the ramp and into the ring dressed in costume as Freddie Mercury, carrying a mic. Sakura removes her yellow jacket and fake moustache. The bell rings and the match begins. Big Swole mouths, “Up top” calling for a knuckle lock. Sakura obliges and the two lock fingers.
Major strength advantage as Big Swole twists Sakura backwards over her knee, stopping to pose while showing off her guns. Big Swole with a cartwheel and pause then a heel kick on Sakura. A hair whip by Sakura, kick to the knee counter by Big Swole. Sakura flipping around the ring stretching Big Swole in a bridge above her. Back and forth between the two as we go to commercial.
As we come back from commercial, Big Swole gets Sakura in a pin attempt, Sakura kicking out at two. Sakura starts a stomp, stomp, clap through the crowd as they sing, “We will, we will, rock you!” as she does a dive to the midsection of Big Swole followed by a Backbreaker. Sakura picks up the mic stand as Big Swole is holding her back. Big Swole with a Waistlock.
Big Swole mocks Sakura back as she grabs the mic stand mimicking James Brown. Sakura captures Big Swole countering her big kick. Sakura makes her way to the second rope for a Twisting Vadarbomb and a two count. Sakura to the top rope for a Moonsault, nobody home. Big Swole with a big boot to the face of Sakura and a two count pin of her own. Big Swole with Waistlock.
Sakura now more focused, tries to finish up the match, Big Swole gets the upperhand, pinning Sakura and getting the three count pin for the win of this match.
Winner: Big Swole
PAC says, “I came to this company for one reason. Opportunity. Since the moment I stepped foot in the door, I have faced nothing but injustice. I have put on dominating performance after dominating performance. Kenny Omega, give me my match or I won’t be held accountable for what I do next.”
Kip Sabian (with Penelope Ford) & Shawn Spears vs. Hangman Page & Kenny Omega
Sabian makes his way down the ramp and into the ring with Penelope Ford by his side. The stadium goes black “The Chairman” Shawn Spears is seen at the top of the ramp sitting in a folding chair, as he stands and makes his way down the ramp and enters the ring. Out next is Hangman Page followed by Kenny Omega as his pyro goes off and Omega makes his way to the ring with a cocky strut. The bell rings and the match begins.
Hangman with a boot to the face of Sabian. Omega is tagged in, giving a big chop to Sabian, then Hangman with a big chop. Omega and Hangman go back and forth with big chops as Sabian turns one way and then the other, finally both men with a massive chop at the same time. Hangman sends Sabian across the ring, throwing Omega into him. Omega is down outside of the ring. Hangman with a pin attempt on Sabian who kicks out as we go to commercial.
As we come back from commercial, Hangman is pulled out of the ring by Sabian. Sabian tags in on Omega. The crowd chanting, “Kenny, Kenny!” Omega with a Double Katara Crusher on his two opponents. Omega about to fly over the top rope, Penelope stands at the ropes, causing Omega to stop in his traps. Springboard by Sabian on Omega. The crowd once again chanting, “Kenny, Kenny!” big chops by Omega onto Sabian. Sabian flipping Omega out of the ring, Omega a bit dazed, re-enters the ring on the ropes. Sabian going after Omega, who flips him over the ropes. Sabian goes for Running Kick, Hangman ducks it. Penelope gets a high flying move on Hangman.
Back in the ring, Sabian and Hangman are the legal men in, Penlope with a cartwheel and a hit into the ropes helping Sabian as the referee is distracted followed by a Fisherman Suplex and a two count pin by Sabian on Hangman. Both men are making their way to their corners, Sabian about to make the tag as the arena goes black. Joey Janela with Tony Blanchard all tied up at the top of the ramp. Spears attacking Janela, untying Blanchard. They continue to fight. Sabian now all alone in the ring.
Omega gets Sabian with a Snap Dragon Suplex. Momentum building as Omega with the V Trigger. Page with Buckshot as he tags himself in quickly as he jumps and pins Sabian. Hangman kinda shrugs it off, a win is a win.
Winner: Hangman Page & Kenny Omega
Le Champion’s music sounds as Chris Jericho walks out to the top of the ramp, looking over at the announcer’s table. Jericho kicks Excalibur off the Broadcaster’s table, sitting down next to Jim Ross. Jericho now sitting as a commentator saying he’s sitting next to the only man that matters at that table.
“Spanish God” Sammy Guevara vs. Luchasaurus (with Jungle Boy and Marko Stunt)
Guevara’s music sounds as he makes his way out, holding his cell phone up to himself as he makes his way down the ramp, seemingly “vloging” as he enters the ring. The referee looking confused and/or disgusted by the antics. Guevara unfazed, makes his way back out of the ring, going around pointing his phone at the crowd as we go to commercial.
As we come back from commercial, Luchasaurus makes his way down the ramp with Jungle Boy and Marko Stunt by his side. As he enters the ring, he summons Guevara to come to him, to which Guevara shakes his head “uh-uh”. The crowd begins chanting, “Luchasaurus”. Guevara slaps Lucha, who counters by throwing Guevara across the ring. Lucha grabs Guevara in a Chokehold, then lifting him over his shoulder. Guevara breaks free, throwing shoulders into Lucha, trying to gain control of the match.
Guevara is thrown to the outside of the ring. Guevara is taking a beating, as he calls for a “Timeout” (which obviously doesn’t happen). Guevara’s face into the mat by Luchasaurus, seemingly dazed as he is thrown back into the ring. We go to commercial.
As we come back from commercial, Luchasaurus goes for a Chokeslam, Guevara flips over and out of the hold followed by a counter kick. Guevara knocks Luchasaurus to the mat, trying to get back to his feet. Guevara makes his way to the top rope, missing Luchasaurus, flipping over him and once again trying to land a move, Luchasaurus once again moving out of the way, then grabbing Guevara, slamming him on the mat. Luchasaurus pins Guevara with one hand and gets the three count pin.
Winner: Luchasaurus (with Jungle Boy & Marko Stunt)
After the Match
Jericho comes running down to the ring from the Broadcaster’s table with Jake Hager trailing behind him closely, though the make it to the ring too late as Guevara is pinned by Luchasaurus. Jericho trying to clear the ring, then looking out into the crowd thinking he succeeded, however Jungle Boy held onto the rope and flipped back into the ring. Jungle Boy takes Jericho down, Skins the Cat with an unofficial pin on Le Champion.
As we come back from commercial, Excalibur is back sitting next to Jim Ross. They are announcing matches for next week including the non-title match between Jungle Boy and Le Champion. Jericho can still be heard yelling from somewhere, “that doesn’t count!” as the next match is being announced.
Justin Roberts announces the main event of the evening as we come back from commercial.
Texas Street Fight Match
Young Bucks vs. Santana & Ortiz
Matt and Nick Jackson make their way out as their music sounds, before they can even get to the top of the ramp, Santana and Ortiz come out with Guevara attacking the Young Bucks. Brandon Cutler broken in half in front of the Announcer’s table. Matt Jackson thrown off the top of the ramp. Ortiz and Guevara setting up a table. Santana climbing the ladder, thrown off the ramp by Matt Jackson. Guevara down, Ortiz possibly down. Nick at the top of the entrance portal. flipping onto the table on Santana. Elevated Drop Kick taking down Santana.
Trash cans and sledge hammers being thrown into the ring from all angles. Matt Jackson wearing a Dallas Cowboy helmet, taking down Santana and Ortiz with a spear. Santana takes the helmet from Matt Jackson, hitting him in the gut, then spitting on the helmet, insulting the fans. Northern Lights Suplex by Matt onto Santana, sending him over the top rope and through the table. Ortiz then retaliates by slamming Nick Jackson through the table on the outside of the ring followed by attacking him with a stick.
Fast paced action, with weapons and power moves all over the place. Ortiz and Santana attacking Nick Jackson, lifting him to the top turnbuckle, then going for their finisher as Matt Jackson saves Nick by beating both Ortiz and Santana with a trashcan. Matt Jackson taking flight over his brother onto 50 Splash by Nick Jackson onto the trashcan with Ortiz under it.
Jake Hager pulls the referee out of the ring. Jackson accidentally kicks the referee in the face. Dustin Rhodes comes running down the ramp, attacking Hager, teeing off on him as we re-enter the ring. Jackson with the pin, nobody to count it. The crowd begins to count, “One, two, three, four, five, six…” as Aubrey comes running down the ramp to try and officially count the pin. Kickout at two, though the unofficial count by the crowd was nine.
Street Sweeper through the trashcan onto Matt Jackson. Aubrey pulled out of the ring by Nick Jackson who had just been thrown through the table. Folding chairs being thrown into the ring. Across the spine and torso of Matt Jackson with the brick filled sock. The chairs are set up in the center of the ring. Ortiz and Santana looking for Street Sweeper once again, no dice. Nick Jackson exploding on the two. Double Super Kick sending Ortiz face first. Super Kick through the chair onto Santana. Nick Springboards in onto Ortiz, Matt with the three count pin.
Winner: Young Bucks
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