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AEW Dynamite Results: What happened on the show? (27/09/23)

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Broomfield, Colorado was the setting for another thrilling episode of AEW Dynamite, and the anticipation was palpable.

With WrestleDream right around the corner, fans were eager to see how the storylines would develop.

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AEW Dynamite Opening Contest: Rey Fenix vs. Jeff Jarrett

The night kicked off with a bang as Rey Fenix, the reigning AEW International Champion, squared off against the legendary Jeff Jarrett.

The action was intense from the get-go, with Fenix launching a surprise attack on Jarrett even before the bell rang. Despite the early onslaught, Jarrett managed to turn the tide, using his experience and cunning to gain the upper hand.

However, Fenix’s resilience and high-flying manoeuvres proved too much for Jarrett, and the champion retained his title in a thrilling contest.

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MJF and Adam Cole’s Seaside Shenanigans

Away from the ring, fans were treated to a hilarious segment featuring MJF and Adam Cole. The duo, known for their antics, were seen celebrating on a boat, with a surprise appearance from Paul Wight as Captain Insano.

The camaraderie between MJF and Cole was evident, and their light-hearted banter was a hit with the fans.

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Tokyo Tensions: The Don Callis Family’s Threat

Drama unfolded in Tokyo earlier in the week, with Don Callis and Konosuke Takeshita issuing a stern warning to Kota Ibushi.

The tension between the factions is escalating, and fans are eager to see how this storyline will unfold at WrestleDream.

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AEW Dynamite: Sammy Guevara’s Shocking Alliance

Back in the ring, the spotlight was on Sammy Guevara. The young superstar, once a fan favourite, has now aligned himself with the controversial Don Callis.

The crowd’s reaction was mixed, with many booing Guevara’s decision. However, Sammy was unapologetic, blaming Chris Jericho for holding him back.

Three-Way Showdown: Nick Jackson vs. Brian Cage vs. Claudio Castagnoli

The action returned to the ring with a high-octane three-way match. Nick Jackson, one-half of the Young Bucks, faced off against the powerhouse Brian Cage and the technical wizard Claudio Castagnoli.

The match was a showcase of agility, strength, and technical prowess. In the end, it was Nick Jackson who emerged victorious, earning a shot at the AEW International Championship.

MJF and Adam Cole’s Title Dilemma

The night took another twist when MJF and an injured Adam Cole addressed the crowd. With Cole unable to compete due to injury, the duo faced the prospect of relinquishing their titles.

However, MJF had other plans, vowing to defend the titles in a 2 on 1 match. The segment ended with a surprise appearance from Jay White, who confronted MJF in a heated exchange.


FAQ

  • Q: Who retained the AEW International Championship? A: Rey Fenix successfully defended his title against Jeff Jarrett.
  • Q: What was the highlight of the MJF and Adam Cole segment on the boat? A: The surprise appearance of Captain Insano was a standout moment.
  • Q: Who won the three-way match between Nick Jackson, Brian Cage, and Claudio Castagnoli? A: Nick Jackson emerged victorious and will challenge for the AEW International Championship.
  • Q: Is Adam Cole injured? A: Yes, Adam Cole is currently injured and will be out of action for some time.
  • Q: Who confronted MJF at the end of the show? A: Jay White made a surprise appearance to confront MJF.
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