• SPOILERS: Complete Results For Next Week’s St. Patrick’s Day Episode Of AEW Dynamite
Next week’s St. Patrick’s Day special episode of AEW Dynamite was taped this past Thursday at Daily’s Place in Jacksonville, Florida.
Reddit user SpaceForce1, who has provided spoilers for AEW shows in the past, has shared the results for next week’s show.
You can read them below:
– Cody Rhodes def. Penta (The Nightmare Family & Death Triangle brawled after the match)
– Jade Cargill won a squash match
– MJF and his new stable came out to cut a promo. It was revealed that the stable will be known as “The Pinnacle”. Tully Blanchard said he was a part of the greatest group in wrestling history years ago, and plans to retire as part of the greatest group in wrestling history today.
MJF said he wanted people to think that he wanted to take over The Inner Circle, so they wouldn’t notice that he was creating his own group. He praised himself and his team mates, and ended the promo by saying that he’s better than Chris Jericho and he knows it.
– Hardy Inc. def. The Jurassic Express & Bear Country
– Jon Moxley & Eddie Kingston def. Impact World Tag Team Champions The Good Brothers (Doc Gallows & Karl Anderson)
After the match, AEW World Champion Kenny Omega came out to take out Moxley, but Kingston made the save. Omega and Good Brothers took both of them out, but when Gallows was about to hit a top rop chair stomp, The Young Bucks came out to talk to them.
Omega and Good Brothers throw up the Too Sweet sign, but Young Bucks walked away and Moxley cleared the ring with a chair.
– Lance Archer & Jake Roberts interrupted Sting & TNT Champion Darby Allin’s interview. Taz & Brian Cage came out, and Cage wants to speak for himself this time. He told Sting that he respects him, and was impressed by his performance at Revolution. He told him he’s an Icon, which pi$$ed Taz off and they left.
– Rey Fenix won a filler match.
– The result for the Unsanctioned Lights Out main event match between Britt Baker and Thunder Rosa wasn’t provided, but it is said to have some truly insane spots. Baker was almost unrecognizable at the end of the match, and the crowd gave the match a standing ovation.
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• ON THIS DAY IN WWE HISTORY (March 11, 2004) – WWE SmackDown!
On this day in 2004, World Wrestling Entertainment aired an episode of their weekly TV show ‘WWE SmackDown!’.
It was pre-taped at the Boardwalk Hall in Atlantic City, New Jersey and featured matches, interviews & storyline segments on the road to the ‘WWE WrestleMania XX’ PPV.
Here’s the match-card:
1. John Cena vs. Rhyno
2. Rey Mysterio, Funaki, Billy Kidman & Ultimo Dragon vs. Akio, Sakoda, Tajiri & Jamie Noble
3. Eddie Guerrero vs. Shelton Benjamin
4. The Big Show vs. John Walters & Arch Kincaid
5. Rikishi & Scotty 2 Hotty vs. Basham Brothers