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AEW Dynamite Results: Everything that happened on the show (15/11/23)

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The latest episode of AEW Dynamite, aired on November 15, 2023, from the Toyota Arena in Ontario, California, was a spectacle of high-octane wrestling action.

This show was the final stop before the much-anticipated Full Gear event, and it certainly set the stage for some explosive confrontations.

AEW Dynamite Results: Opening Clash: Blackpool Combat Club Triumphs

The night kicked off with a thrilling tag team match featuring Blackpool Combat Club’s Jon Moxley and Wheeler Yuta against Orange Cassidy and HOOK.

The match was a showcase of technical prowess and raw power, with both teams delivering a high-energy performance.

In the end, it was the Blackpool Combat Club that emerged victorious, with Moxley and Yuta demonstrating why they are a force to be reckoned with in AEW.

Hangman Page and Swerve Strickland’s Intense Confrontation

The tension between Hangman Page and Swerve Strickland reached a boiling point as they engaged in a war of words. Page’s intensity was palpable as he promised to be Strickland’s “judge, jury, and executioner” at Full Gear.

The segment was a masterclass in storytelling, setting the stage for their upcoming clash.

AEW Dynamite Results: Women’s Division Showdown: Skye Blue vs. Red Velvet

In the women’s division, Skye Blue and Red Velvet put on a competitive match for a spot in the TBS Championship match at Full Gear.

Both athletes showcased their athleticism and determination, with Skye Blue ultimately securing the win.

Samoa Joe’s Dominant Display

Samoa Joe’s match against Jon Cruise was a display of sheer dominance. Joe’s experience and power were too much for Cruise, as he secured a swift victory with the Coquina Clutch.

Post-match, Joe’s promo again called out MJF as Joe looks to edge towards a match against the AEW Champion.

AEW Dynamite Results: High-Flying Tag Team Action

The tag team match between The Young Bucks and the duo of Pentagon El Zero Miedo and Komander was a high-flying affair that had the crowd on its feet.

The match was a perfect blend of agility, technique, and storytelling, with The Young Bucks ultimately securing a hard-fought victory.

The Golden Jets and Paul Wight’s Arrival

The Golden Jets, Kota Ibushi, and Paul Wight made their presence felt in preparation for the Like A Dragon Gaiden Street Fight. Their arrival added an extra layer of excitement to the night, setting the stage for what promised to be a memorable encounter.

Quick Match Results

  • Blackpool Combat Club’s Jon Moxley and Wheeler Yuta def. Orange Cassidy and HOOK
  • AEW TBS Championship Qualifier Match: Skye Blue def. Red Velvet
  • Samoa Joe def. Jon Cruise
  • The Young Bucks (Matt Jackson and Nick Jackson) def. Penta El Zero Meido and Komander
  • The Gunns def. Jacobi and Peter Avalon
  • Like A Dragon Gaiden Street Fight: Chris Jericho, Kota Ibushi, Kenny Omega and Paul Wight def. Don Callis Family (Powerhouse Hobbs, Kyle Fletcher and Konosuke Takeshita) and Brian Cage


  • What was the result of the opening match on AEW Dynamite?
    • Blackpool Combat Club (Jon Moxley and Wheeler Yuta) defeated Orange Cassidy and HOOK.
  • What was the highlight of Hangman Page and Swerve Strickland’s segment?
    • Hangman Page’s intense promo, where he promised to be Swerve Strickland’s “judge, jury, and executioner” at Full Gear.
  • Who won the women’s division match between Skye Blue and Red Velvet?
    • Skye Blue emerged victorious in the match against Red Velvet.
  • How did Samoa Joe win his match?
    • Samoa Joe won his match against Jon Cruise via submission using the Coquina Clutch.
  • Which tag team won in the match featuring The Young Bucks?
    • The Young Bucks won their match against Pentagon El Zero Miedo and Komander.
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