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AEW Dynamite Results:

Jon Moxley and Darby Allin squared off in the main event of a jam-packed Dynamite this week. Without a next pay-per-view set to build towards, Dynamite keeps churning along with storylines from week to week. Results from this week’s episode are here:

  • Rey Fenix def. Nick Jackson
  • Hikaru Shida def. Dr. Britt Baker
  • MJF & Adam Page are the final two in the Diamond Dozen Battle Royale and will face off next week for an AEW Diamond Ring
  • Luchasaurus def. Peter Avalon
  • Private Party def. Santana & Ortiz
  • Jon Moxley def. Darby Allin

AEW Dynamite Takeaways:

Chris Jericho will face Scorpio Sky next week to defend his AEW World Championship. Sky was the first person to pin Jericho in AEW, so him getting a title shot makes sense. The promo work by Jericho was good as usual, but it was Sky’s work that really caught people’s attention.

The Diamond Dozen Battle Royale had lots of intertwining storylines within it. Shawn Spears came out and cost Joey Janela a shot, meaning those two will likely continue to dance going forward.

Adam Page and MJF were the final two and will meet next week in what should be a great battle. Can’t you already picture a diamond ring on MJF’s finger?

Jon Moxley hit a second rope Paradigm Shift on Darby Allin. It looked painful.

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Jim Cornette Resigns from NWA

Following backlash from his racist comments on Tuesday’s episode, Jim Cornette resigned from NWA on Wednesday. While Cornette’s resignation helps address some backlash, it still does not address the issue of a pre-taped show being allowed to air with a comment like that in place. What additional steps NWA may take remain to be seen.

New Day Podcast Debuting in December:

Awwwwwww wrestling fans! You know the rest. Big E, Kofi Kingston and Xavier Woods new podcast “Feel The Power” will debut on December 2nd (h/t Fightful). The news was broken by Corey Graves on his After The Bell podcast. New Day’s pod will be the second podcast on the network, joining After The Bell. It should be a great listen to hear the New Day trio riff on life on the road. 

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