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AEW Dynamite Results: Winners, Grades Reaction and Analysis from November 9

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    Jamie Hayter continued her march to Full Gear and a shot at the AEW Women's Championship.
    Credit: All Elite Wrestling

    On the road to Full Gear on November 19, All Elite Wrestling rolled into Boston for an episode of Dynamite that further built its top storylines and feuds in preparation for its final pay-per-view of 2022.

    Jamie Hayter battled Skye Blue in one-on-one action, looking for one more key victory to help sustain momentum ahead of her AEW Women's World Championship opportunity against Toni Storm.

    Elsewhere on the show, Bryan Danielson and Sammy Guevara did battle for the second consecutive week, and we heard from AEW world champion Jon Moxley and MJF ahead of their upcoming blockbuster main event.

Match Card

1 OF 8
    • Best 2-out-of-3 Falls match: Bryan Danielson vs. Sammy Guevara (with Tay Melo)
    • Full Gear World Title Eliminator Tournament match: Eddie Kingston vs. Ethan Page
    • Skye Blue vs. Jamie Hayter
    • Eight-Man Tag Team match: FTR and The Acclaimed vs. The Gunn Club and Swerve In Our Glory
    • Saraya and Britt Baker face-to-face
    • AEW world champion Jon Moxley promo

FTR and The Acclaimed vs. The Gunns and Swerve In Our Glory

2 OF 8

    Credit: All Elite Wrestling

    Two top tag team feuds converged Wednesday night in the opening contest as Ring of Honor, AAA and IWGP world tag team champions FTR (Dax Harwood and Cash Wheeler) teamed with AEW world tag team champions The Acclaimed (Max Caster and Anthony Bowens) to battle The Gunns (Austin and Colten) and Swerve In Our Glory (Swerve Strickland and Keith Lee).

    This action-packed contest, featuring two of the most over teams in wrestling (FTR and The Acclaimed), was a solid way to kick off the show.

    None of the four teams really stood out among the others but the energy was up, the crowd was red hot and the babyfaces went over to build momentum ahead of Full Gear on November 19.

    Given the rest of the card, this was positioned correctly and set the tone for the remainder of the broadcast, which will be instrumental in drumming up excitement for a Full Gear pay-per-view that lacks the anticipation of previous AEW events.


    Result

    FTR and The Acclaimed def. The Gunns and Swerve In Our Glory


    Grade

    B-


    Top Moments

    • Caster's pre-match rap took aim at piped-in crowd noise for Strickland, Herschel Walker, Tom Brady, Kyrie Irving and more.
    • Billy Gunn jumped Strickland ahead of the match, looking for revenge after an attack that left him nursing hand injuries.
    • During the commercial break, W. Morrissey of The Firm helped the heels gain control of the match by isolating Harwood. 
    • The Gunns taunted FTR with a Big Rig to Bowens.
    • Caster wiped out his partners and opponents with a dive from the top rope to the floor.
    • MJF cut a promo from the set of Barstool Sports' Pardon My Take podcast, taking shots at Cody Rhodes, Chris Jericho, the infamous post-All Out media scrum and promised to beat AEW world champion Jon Moxley. 
    • "I'm not waiting for the spotlight anymore. I am grabbing it!"

Full Gear World Title Eliminator: Eddie Kingston vs. Ethan Page

3 OF 8

    Credit: All Elite Wrestling

    Hey, Eddie Kingston still works here!

    The New Yorker returned to the squared circle this week, battling longtime indie rival Ethan Page in the first match of the Full Gear World Title Eliminator Tournament.

    A solid, physical bout saw All Ego score the win after benefiting from interference by manager Stokely Hathaway, delivering an Avalanche Ego's Edge from the ropes as The Firm continued to establish themselves on the road to Full Gear.

    Neither man could really afford the loss but Kingston losing to a guy like Page, whose momentum has been nonexistent since the absolution of his partnership with Scorpio Sky, feels wrong.

    Kingston is a main event-caliber performer. Beating him in this manner, which still felt rather clean given the time between Hathaway's interference and the finish, diminishes his credibility.

    Considering Tony Khan's attempt to heat up Page of late—including last week's attack on Jon Moxley—maybe don't book him against a guy like Kingston, who is as cold as he has been thus far in his AEW run?

    Page is uber-talented and has earned a win of this magnitude, but it's disappointing that it came at the expense of The Mad King.


    Result

    Page defeated Kingston


    Grade

    C+


    Top Moments

    • Hey, Ortiz still works here, too!
    • Taz put over Kingston as someone who is more than just a brawler, touting his technical skill. Excalibur countered by putting over Page's ability to throw fists when the time calls for it.
    • Hathaway jumped on the apron and provided a distraction that forced referee Paul Turner to miss Page tapping out to the Stretch Plum. 

Wardlow vs. Ariya Daivari

4 OF 8

    Credit: All Elite Wrestling

    TNT champion Wardlow, accompanied by Ring of Honor Television champion Samoa Joe, answered an open challenge by Ariya Daivari.

    War Daddy marched to the ring and made short work of his opponent with a devastating Powerbomb Symphony.

    After the match, Wardlow called out Powerhouse Hobbs and vowed to win all of the titles in the company. This provoked a shot to the back of the head with the ROH TV title by Joe, who put Wardlow out with the Coquina Clutch while Hobbs watched on.

    Much like the Jeff Jarrett debut a week ago, this felt like desperation booking to drum up any sort of interest in what these guys are doing, all while fans would have been more than happy to see Wardlow and Hobbs compete in a heavyweight clash.

    Ring of Honor is supposed to be a separate company, so the idea of Wardlow's off-the-cuff comment infuriating Joe enough to attack him without reason makes little sense.

    The whole Wardlow push has been a mess to this point, with Khan and Co. seemingly having no idea how to follow up his momentous victory over MJF in May and ruining all of the goodwill and genuine heat that had been built to that point.


    Result

    Wardlow def. Daivari


    Grade

    D


    Top Moments

    • Hobbs watched from the ramp, probably wondering what the hell was going on, much like the rest of the viewers.

Saraya and Britt Baker Face-to-Face; Trent Beretta vs. Jay Lethal

5 OF 8

    Credit: All Elite Wrestling

    Tony Schiavone oversaw a face-to-face between Britt Baker and Saraya, after the latter announced her long-awaited return to the ring at Full Gear.

    An emotional Saraya announced she was cleared by doctors while Baker took exception to her walking into AEW and taking advantage of the hard work she did to help build it.

    The British fighter responded, calling Baker's star power into question and claiming her match with Saraya will be the biggest of her career.

    A stellar promo segment, it sold the life out of their upcoming match and featured some great mic work from both women. The real emotion from Saraya sold the legitimacy of her words while Baker confidently held her own. This was great stuff and the best thing the women's division in AEW has produced in quite some time.

    Immediately after, a backstage confrontation between Best Friends, Jay Lethal, Sonjay Dutt and Satnam Singh gave way to a match between Lethal and Trent Beretta.

    A solid, unspectacular bout saw Lethal target his opponent's knee, which had been injured in a pre-match attack. Berreta mounted a momentary comeback but interference from Singh and Dutt gave way to the former ROH world champ delivering the Lethal Injection for the win.

    Jeff Jarrett appeared and cut a promo putting over Lethal, Dutt and Singh but could not help but throw in a jab at Braun Strowman, Triple H and WWE, just in case you didn't remember what the bigger, frankly better, wrestling show has been of late.


    Grade

    A+ for Saraya and Baker's face-to-face; C for Berreta vs. Lethal and Double J's promo


    Top Moments

    • "Unfortunately...for Britt, I'm 100 percent cleared," an emotional Saraya said.
    • "We don't take walk-ins so make an appointment!" Baker told her rival.
    • Some of Saraya's comments were met with audible jeers from the crowd, in which she referenced her long journey back to the ring that included battling her drug addiction on live TV.
    • Berreta delivered an avalanche half-and-half to turn the match against Lethal in his favor, only for Dutt and Singh to interfere. Danhausen got involved but was laid out quickly, and Lethal returned his attention to Beretta.

AEW World Champion Jon Moxley Promo

6 OF 8

    Credit: All Elite Wrestling

    AEW world champion Jon Moxley hit the ring, accompanied by William Regal, to respond to MJF's promo from earlier in the show.

    The titleholder made the correlation between his and the Casino ladder match winner's journeys before taking laughing off the idea that MJF is the devil. He vowed to retain his belt at the Prudential Center in Newark, New Jersey on November 19.

    Moxley has been on fire this year, compiling his best 12 months on the mic and delivering some of his more celebrated in-ring performances. Not everyone loves him or his style of work, but there is no denying he has stepped up and filled an important role as world champion at a time when AEW most needed him. And we're not convinced it is over.

    The popular opinion will be that MJF wins and takes the title at Full Gear, but Moxley still has gas in the tank in this role and a successful title defense should not be out of the question.

    More great stuff from The Death Rider here.


    Grade

    B+


    Top Moments

    • Moxley told the story of his first meeting with William Regal, the ass-kicking he received then and the work he put in to avenge it. He did, ripping the former King of the Ring's ear off the side of his head. 
    • "Who exactly is MJF?" Moxley asked, suggesting his Full Gear opponent is having an existential crisis. 
    • "I have seen the devil, I have met the devil, I have looked into his eyes...dude, you are not that."
    • "Just remember one thing: Everything you've done to this point has been easy," Moxley said in a warning to the No. 1 contender.

Skye Blue vs. Jamie Hayter

7 OF 8

    Credit: All Elite Wrestling

    Ahead of her championship opportunity at Full Gear, Jamie Hayter hit the ring for a one-on-one match with Skye Blue, who was accompanied by AEW women's champion Toni Storm.

    Benefitting from interference caused by Britt Baker, Hayter dominated throughout the commercial break. When Blue attempted a comeback, the No. 1 contender obliterated her with a ripcord lariat for the win.

    A post-match beatdown was halted by Storm, who chased the victorious heel to the floor.

    This was little more than a showcase for Hayter and there is nothing wrong with that. Blue was fine in her role of plucky babyface, but she was overpowered and wiped out in short order by her vastly superior opponent.

    Which begs the question: Why did Tony Khan book Baker to interfere here? Did Blue need to be protected so badly that Hayter could not just win the match clean?

    For the sake of her credibility and obvious popularity, if the plan is to put the title on Hayter, one can only hope she is allowed to go over Storm clean in the middle of the ring, doing what The Good Doctor was not able to and planting the seeds for the inevitable breakup.


    Result

    Hayter pinned Blue


    Grade

    C


    Top Moments

    • Baker appeared at ringside and tripped Blue up, allowing Hayter to take control heading into the break. She interjected herself throughout the picture-in-picture commercial timeout, too.
    • The crowd chanted Hayter's name, a much-deserved bit of support for a star ready to break out.
    • A great Code Red by Blue earned the underdog babyface a two-count.
    • Lance Archer attacked Ricky Starks backstage to put over their Full Gear World Title Eliminator Tournament match or something. A totally random, unnecessary angle. 

Best 2-out-of-3 Falls Match: Bryan Danielson vs. Sammy Guevara

8 OF 8

    Credit: All Elite Wrestling

    A brilliant battle two weeks ago, which Bryan Danielson won, served as the motivation for the Best 2-out-of-3 Falls match against Sammy Guevara in Wednesday's main event.

    Guevara attempted to outthink Danielson early by intentionally getting disqualified for the sake of earning an early advantage. He quickly evened the match at one fall apiece moments later by targeting the head of his opponent.

    The resilient Danielson fought back late, but his rival had an answer for everything. It was an ill-fated 630 splash from the young heel that proved his downfall, though, as The American Dragon got his knees up and, moments later, submitted Guevara for the hard-fought victory.

    More of this, and less of whatever The Spanish God had been doing for the previous year is exactly what he needs to help rehabilitate his star and rediscover the momentum he had a year ago at this time.

    Tay Melo is a great heater on the floor and adds to Guevara's presentation, but he is an immensely talented young wrestler who will only benefit from working with guys like Danielson. Much more so than some of the other veterans with bad habits that he has been exposed to at this point in his development.

    This was a great contest that would be an even better end to a feud if it wasn't for a Four-Way ROH World Championship match also featuring Chris Jericho and Claudio Castagnoli at Full Gear.

    As it was, it was still a phenomenal main event that again proved Danielson is a once-in-a-lifetime wrestler and Guevara has every tool to still be a guy AEW builds its future around.


    Result

    Danielson defeated Guevara, two falls to one


    Grade

    A


    Top Moments

    • Guevara sacrificed the first fall, losing via disqualification but targeting the previously injured left eye on Danielson ahead of the second fall. 
    • The Spanish God evened things up at one fall apiece, rocking Danielson with a knee to the head.
    • Danielson missed a diving headbutt and Guevara applied a LeBell Lock, using his opponent's own finisher against him.
    • A bloodied American Dragon unloaded on the heel with a barrage of kicks on the floor, only for Guevara to answer with chops and a running dropkick during the break.
    • Tay Melo interrupted referee Bryce Remsburg's count and was booted from ringside.
    • The Boston fans answered a Shooting Star Press to the floor with chants of "You still suck." Guevara followed it by attempting a cutter, only to be caught in the grasp of Danielson.
    • Danielson tried for the Busaiku Knee, only for Guevara to catch him with a Walls of Jericho. The babyface fought out and delivered another. 

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