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AEW Dynamite Results: Everything that happened on the show (06/12/23)

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The latest episode of AEW Dynamite, held on December 6th, 2023, at the Bell Centre in Montreal, Quebec, Canada, kicked off with an intense Continental Classic Gold League Match.

Jon Moxley, the former AEW World Champion, faced off against RUSH in a match that set the tone for the evening. The two wrestlers exchanged powerful strikes and high-impact moves, with the action spilling into the crowd at one point.

Moxley eventually secured a submission victory, maintaining his lead in the standings with 9 points.

AEW Dynamite Results: Roderick Strong’s Dramatic Return

The show took an interesting turn when Roderick Strong, accompanied by The Kingdom, made a surprising announcement.

Strong, who had been in a wheelchair for the past few months, stood up, symbolising his readiness to face the consequences of his actions. This moment was met with a great reaction from the crowd, adding a compelling twist to the ongoing storyline.

Tensions Escalate Between Page and MJF

Backstage drama unfolded as Hangman Page confronted MJF, the World Champion, outside his locker room. The tension between the two escalated, with Page expressing his determination to continue his feud with Swerve Strickland.

MJF, known for his provocative style, further fueled the fire, leading to a heated exchange that hinted at future confrontations by inferring that Hangman may be the ‘AEW Devil.’

AEW Dynamite: Swerve Strickland Gains Momentum

In another Continental Classic Gold League Match, Swerve Strickland faced Mark Briscoe. The match showcased both competitors’ athleticism and determination.

Strickland emerged victorious, earning 3 more points and keeping him at the top of the Gold League alongside Moxley.

Women’s World Championship: Toni Storm Retains

The AEW Women’s World Championship match saw “Timeless” Toni Storm defend her title against Skye Blue.

The match was a display of technical prowess and resilience, with both competitors pushing each other to the limit. Storm ultimately retained her title, but the match was followed by the return of Riho, the first-ever Women’s World Champion, who challenged Storm, setting the stage for future confrontations.

Jay White vs. Jay Lethal: A Battle of Technique

Jay White and Jay Lethal put on a technical wrestling clinic in their Continental Classic Gold League Match. The crowd was fully engaged in the back-and-forth battle, with White eventually securing a pinfall victory.

This match added another layer of excitement to the Continental Classic, showcasing the depth of talent in AEW.

Christian Cage Retains TNT Championship in Controversial Fashion

The main event featured Christian Cage defending the TNT Championship against Adam Copeland. The match, over a decade in the making, lived up to expectations with both competitors delivering a high-octane performance.

However, the match ended in controversy when Shayna Wayne interfered, assisting Cage in retaining his title. This unexpected turn of events left the audience in shock and set the stage for further storyline developments.

FAQ

  • Who won the opening match of AEW Dynamite on 06/12/23?
    • Jon Moxley won the opening match against RUSH.
  • What was the outcome of the Women’s World Championship match?
    • Toni Storm retained her title against Skye Blue.
  • Did any wrestler return during the show?
    • Yes, Riho returned after the Women’s World Championship match.
  • Who emerged victorious in the main event?
    • Christian Cage retained the TNT Championship against Adam Copeland.
  • Was there any notable backstage drama?
    • Yes, there was a tense confrontation between Hangman Page and MJF.
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