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AEW Dynamite Results: Winners, Grades, Reaction and Highlights from November 2

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    Jon Moxley sought revenge Wednesday night against The Firm's Lee Moriarty.
    Credit: All Elite Wrestling

    The road to Full Gear on Saturday, November 19 rolled through Baltimore Wednesday night with the latest episode of AEW Dynamite, headlined by the latest in-ring appearance from world champion Jon Moxley as he battled The Firm's Lee Moriarty.

    That hard-hitting contest was joined by the latest attempt by Chris Jericho to diminish the legacy of Ring of Honor, a three-way battle for the AEW All-Atlantic Championship and a sitdown interview featuring Saraya and Dr. Britt Baker DMD.

Match Card

1 OF 8
    • AEW World Championship Eliminator Match: Jon Moxley vs. Lee Moriarty
    • ROH World Television Championship Match: Samoa Joe vs. Brian Cage
    • ROH World Championship Match: Chris Jericho vs. A Mystery Opponent
    • TBS Championship Match: Jade Cargill vs. Marina Shafir
    • Darby Allin vs. Jay Lethal
    • Triple Threat Match for the AEW All-Atlantic Championship: Orange Cassidy vs. Luchasaurus vs. Rey Fenix
    • Sit Down Interview with Renee Paquette: Saraya and Dr. Britt Baker DMD
    • Daddy Ass Birthday Bash

Darby Allin vs. Jay Lethal

2 OF 8

    Credit: All Elite Wrestling

    Jay Lethal attacked Darby Allin a week ago, trapping him under a garage door and applying a Figure Four that injured the ribs of the former TNT champion. A vengeful Allin wasted little time taking the fight to Lethal early, brawling with him in the aisle.

    An uber-athletic match saw Allin do what he typically does: fight back from underneath while showing considerable resiliency and guts along the way. Interference by a fake Sting allowed Lethal to deliver his Lethal Injection finisher and score the win.

    Cue the revelation of the faker as Cole Karter of The Factory, the return of the real Sting, and the AEW debut of Jeff Jarrett, who cut a scathing promo on the company and took credit for it and its success on behalf of his family.

    This was...straight out of 2000 WCW/early TNA.

    Fake Sting, illogical surprises for the sake of surprises, and Jeff Jarrett collecting a paycheck from another major promoter made this angle look more like something from the turn of the century than what you expect out of AEW.

    With that said, Jarrett is great and can make just about anything work, as was the case here. He cut his promo with conviction and elevated the quality of this whole thing exponentially. A good match and an above-average promo helped but the booking, like much of AEW here in 2022, left much to be desired.


    Result

    Lethal pinned Allin


    Grade

    C+


    Top Moments

    • Allin countered the Lethal Injection into a sleeper.
    • Official Bryce Remsburg ejected Lethal and Satnam Singh from ringside, only for someone perceived to be Sting blasted Allin with a bat to the ribs, setting up the finish.
    • Cole Karter revealed himself to be under the Sting get-up, only for the real Sting to hit the ring and make the save.
    • Jeff Jarrett appeared and laid out Sting with a guitar shot, then cut a scathing promo in which he took credit on behalf of his family for all that AEW is and has become. 

AEW World Championship Eliminator Match: Jon Moxley vs. Lee Moriarty

3 OF 8

    Credit: All Elite Wrestling

    The Firm left AEW World champion Jon Moxley lying a week ago and Wednesday, Lee Moriarty had the chance to continue the faction's dominance of the top dog in a World Championship Elimination Match.

    The talented young wrestler controlled the match throughout the break but the double-tough Moxley weathered the storm, overcame the impressive technical skill of his motivated opponent and tapped him out.

    There was no time to celebrate, though, as Ethan Page attacked before standing tall alongside Moriarty and manager Stokely Hathaway to close out the segment.

    The match was good but would have been even more enjoyable had Moriarty had anything remotely close to momentum on his side entering it. He had no chance in hell of winning and the fans knew it, hurting the heat, as proven by the mid-match distraction caused by the arrival of Lamar Jackson of the Baltimore Ravens taking the attention away from the combatants between the ropes.

    It looks like Page is up next for Moxley as the television program with The Firm continues en route to a showdown with MJF at Full Gear. It should be a good match if nothing else.


    Result

    Moxley defeated Moriarty


    Grade

    B-


    Top Moments

    • Ethan Page joined the commentary team and reminded Excalibur and Co. that Moxley never beat him either, instead winning via referee stoppage, just like he did against Adam Page last week.
    • Renee Paquette sat down with Saraya, with the advertised Dr. Britt Baker DMD conspicuously absent. The second-generation star refused to answer if she was cleared to return, claiming there was one doctor she wanted to consult yet.

Daddy Ass Birthday Bash

4 OF 8

    Credit: All Elite Wrestling

    The Acclaimed celebrated "Daddy Ass" Billy Gunn's birthday in Baltimore with an in-ring segment that was amusing if nothing else but served as little more than an excuse to bring Anthony Bowens, Max Caster and FTR's Dax Harwood and Cash Wheeler together for a championship match tease.

    The Gunn Club got involved, FTR made the save and the staredown commenced.

    There was not much to it but The Acclaimed is entertaining and charismatic and the crowd appeared to have fun with it, so there is that.

    Absent without any explanation? Swerve Strickland and Keith Lee, the No. 1 contenders to the tag titles.


    Grade

    B


    Top Moments

    • The Acclaimed revealed new foam scissor fingers merch.
    • Anthony Bowens cracked a joke about his guests not making it to the show because "they were mad that (Gunn) didn't go to the reunion," a reference to the D-Generation C reunion that closed out Raw two weeks back.
    • FTR teased challenging The Acclaimed for the AEW Tag Team Championship.

ROH World Championship Match: Chris Jericho vs. Colt Cabana

5 OF 8

    Credit: All Elite Wrestling

    Much was made about the former Ring of Honor champion who would step up to challenge Chris Jericho for the promotion's world title.

    That person? Colt Cabana.

    The Ocho and his challenger had a perfectly acceptable wrestling match in which the outcome was never in dispute. Cabana was fine, Jericho delivered the Codebreaker and retained the title, and the crowd went...mild.

    Things picked up moments later with the brawl between The Jericho Appreciation Society and The Blackpool Combat Club on the stage, but even that felt lackluster based on the fact that we have seen the two factions feud for over half a year at this point.

    Why is every Jericho program in this company the longest ever, far outlasting its usefulness and limping to a conclusion rather than settling when it should have?

    These two factions seemingly settled their differences in Blood and Guts and if that is not the case, why even book that match in the first place? This is what happens when there is no clear creative direction.


    Result

    Jericho retained over Cabana


    Grade

    C


    Top Moments

    • Jericho claimed he could kick Lamar Jackson's ass, drawing a loud reaction from the crowd and a classic camera shot of the former NFL MVP biting his nails. Totally coincidentally but a money shot.
    • Backstage, Pac attempted to convince Rey Fenix to use the timekeeper's hammer in his three-way match against Orange Cassidy and Luchasaurus for the All-Atlantic Championship, planting the seeds for continued dissension among the Death Triangle teammates.

AEW All-Atlantic Championship Match: Orange Cassidy vs. Luchasaurus vs. Rey Fenix

6 OF 8

    Credit: All Elite Wrestling

    The totally unbothered AEW All-Atlantic champion Orange Cassidy defended his title against Rey Fenix and Luchasaurus in a much-needed match/segment that was not designed to take a shot at either WWE or CM Punk.

    The dinosaur-masked big man dominated the action entering the break, bowling over his smaller opponents while Christian Cage watched on approvingly from the commentary position.

    An appearance from Jack Perry led to the downfall of Luchasaurus and left Cassidy to battle Fenix, who he leveled with the Orange Punch for the pinfall victory. After the match, Pac attacked Freshly Squeezed, only for New Japan Pro-Wrestling's Shibata to make the save.

    Accompanied by Rocky Romero and Best Friends, he made his way to the ring, pointed at Cassidy and signed the open contract for a title shot this Friday on Rampage.

    There was way too much going on here and it badly distracted from the match and its quality.

    Perry attacking Luchasaurus was great but there was no real interaction between Cassidy and Fenix, just a rush to the finish. The post-match stuff, with Shibata chasing off Pac, only to challenge the man he just saved for the All-Atlantic title, made little sense.

    Too many moving parts, like most of this show, it was too overly complicated for its own good and the result was an underwhelming match featuring at least two guys who have been synonymous with strong ring work of late.

    But hey, the Shibata deal probably made some of the NJPW fans happy so there's that, right?


    Result

    Cassidy defeated Fenix and Luchasaurus to retain


    Grade

    C+


    Top Moments

    • Cassidy and Fenix mounted a comeback but Luchasaurus halted their momentum and chokeslammed the latter through the timekeeper's table.
    • On the apron, Luchasaurus attempted a chokeslam on the stage, only for Jungle Boy to attack with a steel chair. Cage attempted to cut him off, only to be chased out of the arena. The babyface delivered a crossbody to his former partner, through a table.
    • Backstage, Rick Ross promised to make Swerve Strickland the hottest recording artist in the world while Keith Lee appeared none too enthused by his partner's split focus. 

TBS Championship Match: Jade Cargill vs. Marina Shafir

7 OF 8

    Credit: All Elite Wrestling

    Despite not having possession of her TBS Championship, Jade Cargill still defended against Marina Shafir Wednesday night while Nyla Rose, playing dress up with said title, joined Vickie Guerrero on the stage for live commentary of the action.

    The match was about as good as one expected, which is to say it was not.

    Shafir may be trying hard but she is not ready to be in this position and AEW is doing her a great disservice every week by exposing her weaknesses like this.

    Cargill won despite Rose's distraction, Kiera Hogan failed to snatch the title away from Rose and the segment ended not with a bang, but a whimper.

    Like this entire show, there were a lot of bells and whistles here but nothing really happened. There was no escalation of the rivalry or any real development to speak of. It was a match featuring people in a feud, one person won and the thing ended abruptly.

    And...onto the next one.


    Result

    Cargill defeated Shafir


    Grade

    D


    Top Moments

    • Cargill's pump kick is still impressive if nothing else. 

ROH Television Championship: Samoa Joe vs. Brian Cage

8 OF 8

    Credit: All Elite Wrestling

    The battle between Samoa Joe and The Embassy continued in the night's main event as the ROH Television champion defended against "The Machine" Brian Cage.

    A physical match, as expected, it saw Cage get some solid offense in before Joe caught him with the Coquina Clutch and scored the submission win.

    After the match, The Gates of Agony attacked, drawing TNT champion Wardlow out for the save. Instead of the babyfaces standing tall, Powerhouse Hobbs returned and laid the War Dog out to close the show.

    It made sense that Tony Khan actively attempted to highlight Ring of Honor in a city that had become synonymous with the brand before he bought it, but this was not exactly the most electric way to end the show.

    Joe and Cage worked hard and delivered a quality heavyweight clash but everything after it only served to highlight issues with the current product.

    The Embassy is a faction that has not been nearly defined enough for people to care, meaning Cage was not over enough as the heel challenger and The Gates of Agony continue to come across as just two guys doing generic heel stuff.

    Hobbs popping back up as a potential challenger to Wardlow is a welcome creative decision but everything else about this felt flatter than one would expect from a show taking place in a historic wrestling city like Baltimore.


    Result

    Joe defeated Cage to retain


    Grade

    B-


    Top Moments

    • Hobbs' spinebuster to Warlow was an impressive spot and an emphatic announcement by Powerhouse that he is coming for the TNT Championship. That match should be, to quote ol' Jim Ross, a slobber knocker. 

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