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AEW Dynamite Results and Highlights 06/30/21 on TNT Network

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This week’s episode of AEW Dynamite saw the show move back to its usual Wednesday night timeslot on TNT Network. Previously, the company had to move the show to Friday nights and a Saturday last week due to the NBA Playoffs.

This week’s episode of the show was the ‘go-home’ show to next week’s Road Rager episode of the show, which sees several big matches take place on the show from Miami, Florida.

AEW Dynamite Results

Here’s the results from this week’s episode of AEW Dynamite:

  • Eddie Kingston and Penta El Zero Miedo b. The Young BucksKingston and Penta took the win via pinfall to earn an AEW Tag Team Championship match at some point in the future
  • Darby Allin appears to attack Scorpio Sky and ‘All Ego’ Ethan Page ahead of the Coffin Match at Road Rager
  • Jungle Boy b. Jack Evans – The Jurassic Express member took the win via submission with the snare trap
  • MJF says that he will give Chris Jericho a rematch but under his stipulations
  • Andrade El Idolo confirms that he will make his debut next week at Road Rager against Matt Sydal
  • The Dark Order tell Kenny Omega that his next opponent should be ‘Hangman’ Adam Page
  • TNT Championship Match: Miro (c) b. Brian Pillman Jr – Miro locked in the Game Over and leaned back into a rear choke, Pillman was knocked out and Miro retained his title
  • AEW Women’s World Champion Britt Baker and Rebel b. Nyla Rose and Vickie Guerrero – Baker took the win after locking Vickie Guerrero in the Lockjaw. Nyla Rose put Baker through a table to end the segment and Rebel had to be helped to the back
  • MJF b. Sammy Guevara – Maxwell Jacob Friedman took the win after Shawn Spears hit Guevara on the head with a chair whilst the referee was distracted

Check out highlights from the show below:

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