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Complete Results From Tonight’s AEW Dynamite

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• Complete Results From Tonight’s AEW Dynamite

– AEW World Tag Team Champions The Young Bucks def. The Hybrid 2

– “The Icon” Sting appeared for an interview segment on tonight’s episode of AEW Dynamite.

Sting reunited with Tony Schiavone and hugged him, and got him to yell “It’s Sting!” one more time.

Sting and Cody Rhodes had an exchange after it. Cody says he has waited a long time to be in the ring with Sting, but Sting says he’s not here for Cody, at least “right now”, thus teasing a possible future feud with Cody.

Sting then said AEW feels really familiar, and then pointed to TNT Champion Darby Allin sitting in the stands alone, kind of similar to how Sting used to be in WCW. Sting kind of teased something with Darby too.

Sting then got “welcome back” chants when he said the following:

“The only thing that’s for sure about Sting is that nothing is for sure, except this – I am signed officially with AEW and I plan on being close to the AEW wrestling fans and in this promotion for a long time. I plan on spending a lot of time right here.”

Sting then hugged Cody and said “see ya around, kid”, and Cody had a tense look on his face.

– FTR def. Brian Pillman Jr. & Griff Garrison (FTR got into Jurassic Express’ faces after the match)

– Matt Hardy & Private Party vs. Hangman Page & 2 partners will take place next week. John Silver & Alex Reynolds offered to be his partners. Page accepted the offer, but it will be a one and done deal

– Dustin Rhodes def. 10 (After the match, Evil Uno told Dustin that he’s the third most important Rhodes in AEW, and claimed Dark Order can make him matter as the new 7 of Dark Order. Dustin turned down the offer and slapped him)

– Shaquille O’Neal apologized to Brandi Rhodes for what Jade did to her arm. Shaq said he never meant to disrespect Cody Rhodes or anyone else with the Twitter banter, but is looking forward to Jade vs Brandi.

Shaq told Brandi that she should get some pointers from Jade in the meantime. Brandi threw water in Shaq’s face and called him an a**hole

– Chris Jericho gave Inner Circle their Ultimatum. MJF said he loves all of them like brothers, and joined Inner Circle because he wanted to form a bond. Sammy Guevara told MJF to screws off.

Ortiz told Sammy to be the better man and shake MJF’s hand. Sammy said if anything else happens he will leave Inner Circle, but for now will make peace.

Jake Hager and Wardlow both think the other has been staring at each other too much and they want it to stop. Inner Circle agreed to stay together.

– Eddie Kingston, The Butcher & The Blade def. Lance Archer & The Lucha Bros.

– Abadon def. Tesha Price (Abadon kept attacking Tesha after the match and AEW Women’s World Champion Hikaru Shida made the save with her Kendo Stick. Abadon got back up and left the ring)

– AEW World Champion Kenny Omega arrived to Dynamite on his private Helicopter. Don Callis told Omega you can’t steal what you create and that’s exactly what they did. Callis said some people make matches, some make money, but Omega makes history. Omega said they are just getting started with their plan to collect Titles

– MJF def. Orange Cassidy to retain the Dynamite Diamond Ring after Miro & Kip Sabian cost Cassidy the match (Dynamite ended with Miro taking out security)

Also Read: Complete Results From Tonight’s WWE NXT

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• ON THIS DAY IN WWF HISTORY (December 9, 1990) – WWF Wrestling Challenge

On this day in 1990, the World Wrestling Federation aired an episode of their weekly TV show ‘WWF Wrestling Challenge’.

It was broadcasted from the Onondoga War Memorial in Syracuse, New York and featured pre-taped matches, promos & storyline segments on the road to the ‘WWF Royal Rumble 1991’ PPV.

The card can be found right here:

– Hart Foundation vs. Paul Perez & Barry Hardy

– The Undertaker vs. Rick Sampson (he came out with Brother Love and was called Kane “The Undertaker”)

– Saba Simba vs. Bob Bradley

– Hercules & Paul Roma vs. Chris Hawn & El Conquistador

– Superfly Jimmy Snuka vs. Duane Gill

– Randy Savage Interview

– Tugboat vs. Boris Zhukov

– Orient Express vs. Mario Mancini & Ron Cumberledge

        
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