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AEW Dynamite Results: Winners, Grades, Reaction and Highlights from October 26

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    Jon Moxley looked to retain his AEW World Championship against Penta El Zero Miedo Wednesday.
    Credit: All Elite Wrestling

    Jon Moxley promised to be a fighting AEW world champion and has lived up to that promise. Wednesday night, he again proved his willingness to defend against anyone, when he squared off with the Lucha Bros' Penta El Zero Miedo in a star-studded main event.

    That match headlined a show that also saw respective Ring of Honor World and Pure champions Chris Jericho and Daniel Garcia in action, as well as the in-ring return of the first AEW women's champion, Riho.

    Who emerged from the show with momentum on their side as All Elite Wrestling sets its sights on the Full Gear pay-per-view on November 19? Find out with this recap of Wednesday's broadcast.

Match Card

1 OF 7

    Credit: All Elite Wrestling
    • AEW World Championship: Jon Moxley (c) vs. Penta El Zero Miedo
    • Wheeler Yuta and Claudio Castagnoli vs. Chris Jericho and Daniel Garcia
    • No. 1 Contender's match: FTR vs. Swerve In Our Glory
    • Bryan Danielson vs. Sammy Guevara
    • Riho vs. Jamie Hayter
    • MJF promo

Chris Jericho and Daniel Garcia vs. Wheeler Yuta and Claudio Castagnoli

2 OF 7

    Credit: All Elite Wrestling

    Ring of Honor World and Pure champions Chris Jericho and Daniel Garcia battled Blackpool Combat Club's Claudio Castagnoli and Wheeler Yuta in tag team action to kick off Wednesday's broadcast.

    Not only did AEW officials remember that Castagnoli is still on the roster, but he was also allowed to score a much-needed victory for his team that reignited his momentum and set him up as the potential No. 1 contender to Jericho's title.

    The match was a solid, if unspectacular, tag team bout that strangely put Yuta in a position to receive the hot tag before Castagnoli did all the work en route to the clean pinfall victory over The Ocho. Or The Wizard. Or whatever we are calling Jericho this week.

    Castagnoli is the guy Jericho defeated to win the title, so it's interesting to see Tony Khan and the creative team going that route for a possible next opponent.

    Still, the match was fine but considering the wealth of talent that goes underutilized every week, would it hurt those in power to reconsider devoting the first 23 minutes of the show to Jericho and his appreciation society?


    Castagnoli and Yuta defeated Jericho and Garcia



    Top Moments

    • Tony Schiavone questioned why Jericho had Floyd the Bat with him. "Self-preservation," Excalibur answered. Shoot comments that aren't meant to be shoot comments are the best.
    • Castagnoli made the hot tag to Yuta following the commercial break, an odd choice considering there is no chance he brings the fire that the Swiss star would have in the same spot.
    • Jericho attempted to use a baseball bat, but Castagnoli cut him off. From there, Garcia jumped on his shoulders and The Swiss Superman delivered the swing.
    • Backstage, Renee Paquette interviewed Bryan Danielson, who was interrupted and disrespected by Yuta, only to have their spat broken up by Castagnoli as Blackpool Combat Club continued to tease dissension within their ranks.

No. 1 Contender's Match: FTR vs. Swerve In Our Glory

3 OF 7

    Credit: All Elite Wrestling

    FTR's Dax Harwood and Cash Wheeler have collected tag team gold from New Japan Pro-Wrestling and Ring of Honor, but the AEW titles have eluded them.

    In the night's second match, they battled former champs Keith Lee and Swerve Strickland for a shot at Anthony Bowens and Max Caster's titles.

    A match with tons of promise proved to be very good, as expected from the four guys involved, but it suffered late from some timing issues that dragged down the quality ever so slightly.

    The involvement of The Gunn Club's Austin and Colten Gunn, who subdued Wheeler and allowed Swerve In Our Glory to steal the win over Harwood, did not help matters.

    FTR continue to be shut out of the AEW tag title picture to the point that it diminishes the legitimacy of those titles. Any time a team dominates across promotions as FTR has, keeping them away from your titles devalues the championship and creates questions about backstage politics.

    Some will point out that this frees them up to feud with the Gunn Club, but if you are weighing the allure of the AEW tag titles and the idea of feuding with the second-generation heels, you are most definitely reaching.


    Swerve In Our Glory defeated FTR



    Top Moments

    • Prior to the commercial break, a cryptic video package featuring The Elite aired, with no explanation or reason revealed at this time.
    • The Acclaimed and Billy Gunn sat at the top of the entrance ramp to watch FTR battle Strickland and Lee for a shot at their titles.
    • Gunn Club watched from ringside, dressed in costumes.
    • FTR delivered the Big Rig to Lee, but a last-gasp save by Strickland spared the match for the least for the time being.

Renee Paquette Interviews MJF

4 OF 7

    Credit: All Elite Wrestling

    Renee Paquette interviewed No. 1 contender MJF ahead of his AEW World Championship match against her husband, Jon Moxley, at Full Gear.

    The self-proclaimed "devil" addressed his "devil worshippers," vowing to win the world title and fueled by the enormous chip on his shoulder put there by those who doubted him over the years.

    MJF bantered with Paquette, insulted Moxley and warned associate Stokely Hathaway to keep away from the champ so he can prove himself by beating him at 100 percent.

    The promo was full of genuine emotion and disingenuous crowd interaction that has defined the heel since his comeback, and it was fantastic. The Salt of the Earth is the best thing about AEW right now, and his journey to the world title has been the most captivating story on the show by far.

    His interactions with Paquette were fun, and the chip he referenced is undeniably real and sizeable. It is likely all of the pandering he is doing will lead to some massive screwjob come Full Gear, but regardless of how that turns out, AEW would be foolish not to run with MJF as champion as soon as humanly possible.



    Top Moments

    • "Whoa, Renee, don't hurt yourself. I got this from here," MJF said, dismissing the real-life wife of his Full Gear opponent. 
    • "Max, you can't just say 'with all due respect' and then say something insulting like that," Paquette said. "Renee, with all due respect, shut your mouth," MJF responded.
    • "I promise, I will not use my Dynamite diamond ring," MJF said in response to William Regal's suggestion a week ago that he cannot win without it.
    • "I am fighting every single sorry scumbag who ever told me I wasn't good enough. And I am going to take this heavy chip off my shoulder and shove it down every single one of their throats," MJF said, again laying out the story of his championship encounter.
    • MJF told Hathaway not to touch, or even look at, Moxley and Blackpool Combat Club because he needs the AEW world champion unscathed before their fight.

Bryan Danielson vs. Sammy Guevara

5 OF 7

    Credit: All Elite Wrestling

    Bryan Danielson sought to break out of his slump in the night's next match when he battled the Jericho Appreciation Society's Sammy Guevara in singles competition.

    Guevara controlled the pace for the majority of the match, but his hubris proved his downfall as a mid-match mockery of Danielson's trademark chest kicks fired the babyface up and led to a come-from-behind victory.

    The future Hall of Famer brutalized Guevara, stomping him across the chest, neck and face before trapping him in the triangle. A few forearms to the top of the head led to a referee stoppage as The Spanish God was unable to answer.

    This got Danielson back on track with a quality win, but the commentary team made it obvious that his creative, at least for the foreseeable future, is tied to Wheeler Yuta and the in-fighting that exists within Blackpool Combat Club.

    Fans should probably expect Danielson to again embrace his heel side and not be surprised if, and when, he departs the group amid a feud with his 26-year-old teammate.


    Danielson defeated Guevara via referee stoppage



    Top Moments

    • Guevara uncorked a springboard moonsault to wipe Danielson out on the floor heading into the commercial break.
    • The Spanish God mocked Danielson's trademark kicks to the chest, firing The American Dragon up and sparking a babyface comeback.
    • Guevara ducked a Danielson kick and caught him in mid-sprint with a standing Spanish Fly.
    • Danielson delivered a reverse rana to set up the busaiku knee.
    • Backstage, a promo between Rey Fenix, Alex Abrahantes and Luchasaurus (with Christian Cage) was interrupted by All-Atlantic champion Orange Cassidy, who issued a challenge for a Three-Way match between them.

Riho vs. Jamie Hayter

6 OF 7

    Credit: All Elite Wrestling

    Following her return to the screen last week, first-ever AEW women's champion Riho squared off with Jamie Hayter on Wednesday night.

    Britt Baker and Rebel accompanied their friend to ringside and made their presence felt throughout...enough to factor into the finish.

    On multiple occasions, Riho appeared poised to score the win when well-timed interference from the heels kept Hayter in the contest. The Brit earned a hard-fought victory with a ripcord lariat, and AEW women's champion Toni Storm appeared immediately after with a possible message to her prospective No. 1 contender.

    This was an interesting booking decision in that Riho just returned to television last week and already lost here.

    Is Hayter the most over woman on the show right now? Absolutely, and she needs wins like this to boost her profile in the division, but doing so at the expense of Riho felt unnecessary when there are others who could have eaten the fall without losing credibility.

    With that said, the inevitable match between Storm and Hayter will be excellent, but AEW better be prepared for the babyface champ to be booed because the fans are clearly behind the heel finally getting a chance to run with the gold.


    Hayter pinned Riho



    Top Moments

    • Riho dove off the top rope, wiping Hayter, Baker and Rebel out at ringside ahead of the break.
    • After several minutes of dominance from Hayter, Riho stuck a double stomp that turned the tide in her favor.
    • Baker grabbed Riho for the second time in the match, giving Hayter enough time to recover in the corner and halt the charging former champ. Riho still countered into a Code Red for a two-count.
    • Hayter obliterated Riho with the ripcord lariat for the win.

AEW World Championship: Jon Moxley vs. Penta El Zero Miedo

7 OF 7

    Credit: All Elite Wrestling

    Jon Moxley may be booked to defend his AEW World Championship against MJF in the main event of Full Gear, but to make sure that match happens, he had to advance past Penta El Zero Miedo in a high-profile title defense.

    A physical, hard-hitting main event saw Moxley deliver the Paradigm Shift, followed by the Death Rider, to retain his title.

    After the match, W. Morrissey, Gunn Club, Lee Moriarty, Ethan Page and Stokely Hathaway attacked the champion. MJF teased letting the beatdown continue but rushed the ring and fired the group from retainer.

    The heels turned their attention to MJF, leaving him lying to close the show as the creative team continued to dangle the idea of a babyface Salt of the Earth.

    The match between Moxley and Penta was very good. Their chemistry is undeniable and late-contest submission trading was a nice touch. The challenger might be the most underrated wrestler in all of AEW and considering his stature on the shows since day one, that is quite a statement.

    He is a world championship-caliber performer but faces a logjam at the top of the card that makes that unlikely.

    The stuff with Hathaway and Co. to end the show, which saw them ultimately drive MJF through the timekeeper's table, feels forced and unnecessary. MJF and Moxley were doing a fine job of telling the story without having to shoehorn The Firm into it.

    Yes, this likely leads to the revelation that it was all one big sham and MJF was still working with his friends to deceive everyone, but it still feels unnecessary.


    Moxley pinned Penta to retain



    Top Moments

    • Backstage, Renee Paquette interviewed Eddie Kingston, who shrugged off concerns about his demeanor of late and said Moxley would have a tough time against Penta.
    • Moxley pulled from BCC teammate Bryan Danielson's arsenal, applying a LeBell Lock to his opponent before transitioning into the bulldog headlock. 
    • Penta released the clasp on his mask to help with the escape from the headlock.
    • The challenger delivered Fear Factor for a near-fall as the commentary team put over the possible championship switch.


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