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Nick Jackson vs. Fenix
Back and forth action early on. The two end up on the floor pretty quickly, lots of reversals, Fenix stops Nick from getting in the ring, Nick stops Fenix from getting in the ring. Both jump in the ring and go for stereo dropkicks that leads to a stalemate. Crowd enjoyed that spot. Both trade chops to the chest. They end up back on the floor again, Nick with a step up twisting senton, Fenix ducks it and hits a cutter on the floor. Back in the ring, Fenix with a hard senton down on Nick. Crashed right down on his chest, ouch.
Nick recovers and hits a flurry of kicks, bulldog, running knee strike, cover, two. Dual superkicks, Nick selling his leg injury. Both end up dancing on the ropes, Nick with a second rope hurricanrana! Cover, two. Crowd is really feeling this match. Multiple reversals from both wrestlers, Nick tries for a superkick, nobody there, Fenix with one of his own that lands flush. Nick with a superkick, Fenix with a kip-up and lands a superkick of his own. Both guys down and Rick Knox starts up his ten-count.
Fenix walks the second rope and hits a hurricanrana, sending Nick crashing down to the floor. Back in the ring, Fenix with a step-up moonsault, lands on his feet, but Nick with three kicks to the heads. Fenix up and hits a cutter as Nick charges in, pin, two. Both fight on the apron, trading strikes, Nick with a stalled german suplex on the apron! Nick sends Fenix into the ring, springboard facebuster. He goes back to the apron, springboard canadian destroyer, cover, two. Nick goes right into the sharpshooter in the middle of the ring. Crowd with multiple "AEW" chants. Fenix with a superkick, springboard spinning heel kick, spinning muscle buster, cover, 1-2-3.
Winner: Fenix via pinfall
- Post-match, Nick puts his hand out, Fenix looks at it, then heads out of the ring. Crowd boos that move.
Britt Baker vs. Hikaru Shida
Commentary noting Baker is number one, Shida is number two in the women's rankings. Multiple arm drags to get things started. Each try for pin attempts, but don't even get one-counts. Shida with a penalty kick, misses. Crowd with a "She's a dentist" chant for Baker. Britt looks for the lock jaw early, but Shida is able to fight it off and then roll out of it. We go to a split-screen commercial with Baker working over Shida, german suplex, cover, two.
Both end up on the floor with Shida throwing Baker into the barricade. Crowd with a fairly split chant for Baker and Shida. Shida goes under the ring and pulls out a chair, she sets it up on the floor, but uses it as a launch pad for a rising knee to Baker. Baker's nose is slightly busted open during the break. Shida charges in, gets knocked to the apron, Baker with a draping DDT, cover, two. Shida with a judo throw, fireman's carry into a backbreaker, cover, two. Shida with a running knee strike, cover, Baker reverses right into lockjaw though! Baker with a swinging neck breaker, pin, two. Baker tries for a low thrust kick, blocked, Shida with a thumb to the eye, rolls Baker up, two. Shida with a falcon arrow, pin, two. Shida with another running knee strike, cover, and that will do it.
Winner: Hikaru Shida via Pinfall
- Vignette for the Dark Order. A guy is walking in the subway, checking his glasses. Another guy bumps into him on purpose and steps on his glasses. They laugh at him and walk away. The guy gets on the subway and listens to a commercial for The Dark Order, which is looking like basically a cult. "There is strength in numbers," the spokesman says. "We will help you become like just one of us." He puts out a #JoinDarkOrder hashtag, "Join us...or we will find you."
Dynamite Dozen Battle Royale (Final two partipants face off next week in a singles match, winner gets an AEW Diamond Ring)
Entrants: Adam Page, Chuck Taylor, Orange Cassidy, Kip Sabian (with Penelope Ford), Jimmy Havoc, Jungleboy, Marko Stunt, Pentagon Jr., Sonny Kiss, Joey Janela, MJF, and Billy Gunn.
Fenix comes out, but it's actually Christopher Daniels, he distract Pentagon Jr. and he immegiately gets dumped out of the match. Sonny twerks for Gunn, MJF tosses Sonny out of the ring, crowd booed that. Gunn sends out Stunt. Havoc staples everyone with a staple gun! Referees throw Havoc out of the match for using his weapon.
Janela goes up on the top rope, but Spears ambushes him with a chair and eliminates him. Cassidy with some "powerful" leg kicks to Gunn. MJF runs over and dumps Cassidy out of the ring. He taunts the crowd a bit and ends up backing into Gunn. MJF shoves Gunn, Gunn gives him the chops and a fameasser! He throws MJF over the ropes, but MJF hangs on the ropes. Gunn picks MJF up, but Warlow comes out for the distraction. MJF with an eye rake, Page hits buckshot lariat and sends Gunn out of the match.
We're down to Sabian, Page, Jungleboy, and Taylor. Not sure what happened to MJF. Taylor ends up on the apron, Ford holds his foot and Sabian kicks him off for the elimination. He gives Ford a kiss, turns around, and Jungleboy hits a hurricanrana, sending him out of the match. MJF was just hiding under the ring and yanks Jungleboy off the apron for the elimination. It's going to be Page vs. MJF next week for that diamond ring.
Winners: MJF and Adam Page will advance to next week's singles match for the AEW Diamond Ring.
- AEW World Champion Chris Jericho and Jake Hager make their way to the ring. They end up bullying Peter Avalon and Leva Bates a bit as they head there from the backstage area. Jericho and Hager make their way to the ring, crowd Jericho pretty good. He tells people to sit down and shut up, he has an announcement to make. Now they boo. Jericho says he was fined after last week's match when he was pinned by Scorpio Sky and destroyed a bunch of stuff at ringside. Jericho tried to apologize for what he did, but has some trouble. He asks Hager to help him out, "He said, he's sorry." Jericho announces next week in Chicago he will finally get the "thank you" he deserves from everyone, including the higher ups in TNT and AEW.
It will be "Chris Jericho's Thanksgiving Thank You Celebration." Jericho says he's sorry (Hager says "sorry" when Jericho needs to say it) that his celebration won't be in front of the live crowd bumpkins, but they will see him looking good on TV next week. SCU's music hits and out rolls the trio. Sky says it takes a lot of Jericho to come out and apologize for what he did.
Sky says Jericho forgot to mention why he threw that tantrum last week, it was because he pinned Jericho and gave him his first AEW loss. Crowd with a "you got pinned!" chant. Sky says his phone blew up after he did that, even his old crush, Melanie, called him and they're going out! Crowd with a "Melanie" chant. Sky says he didn't mean to embarrass Jericho. Jericho says he wasn't embarrassed, and he seen Melanie, "She's gained a lot of weight since high school!" Sky responds, "I like big butts, and I cannot lie."
Jericho says Sky is not in his league, but he wants a one-on-one match with Sky. "I'm gonna wipe the floor with you, all around the arena, baby boy." Daniels says they would have to have a month before a match like that. Jericho takes the bait and says, nope, how about next week. Frankie Kazarian then says to Sky they better make sure it's not for the title because Jericho gets a bit weird about that. Jericho asks Sky if he wants a title match, Sky says no! Jericho says well, that's too bad, they got it! Jericho shakes hands and says "it's official."
Sky then yanks Jericho in close and says Jericho may not think he has a chance, but he's been waiting 15 years for this chance. "Next week I just may beat you for the title and make Le Champion into Le b---h." Everyone starts brawling. Santana, Ortiz, and Sammy Gueavara run out and beat up SCU with Jericho and Hager. Michael Nakazawa and Brandon Cutler try to come out and help, but get knocked off the apron to the floor. Jericho ends up hitting Judas Effect on Sky, knocking him out as the rest of the group dispatches SCU.
From the back comes Mark Stunt, Jericho immediately gets knocked to the mat. Jungleboy follows and gets a shot, but is dropped too by Jericho. Luchasaurus gets in the ring and faces off with Jake Hager. Crowd is going nuts for Luchasaurus. Hager tosses his watch, like he's ready to go, then back away slowly and gets out of the ring.
Luchasaurus vs. Peter Avalon (with Leva Bates)
Avalon cuts a quick promo about being glad Luchasaurus is back in the ring. It's a quick one with Luchasaurus giving Avalon a roundhouse kick to the head, cover, 1-2-3.
Winner: Luchasaurus via Pinfall
Private Party vs. Santana & Oritz
Santana and Cassidy getting things going, Santana drops Cassidy a few times, and calls him "baby boy." Back and forth action, Santana with a german suplex with the bridge on Quen, Cassidy with a double stomp to break that up. Santana with a stalled vertical suplex. Ortiz tags in, they switch off with Ortiz taking over, Quen is up in the air for a long time. Santana then tags back in and takes over again! Ortiz tags back in, Quen has been up there for a minute, Ortiz plants him on the mat, lazy cover, two.
Ortiz yanks off Quen's shirt and gets him with the back rake. Quen tries to fight back, but Ortiz with a double back rake. Santana and Ortiz really taking over now. Ortiz with a bear hug on Quen, who finally is able to tag out of the match. Cassidy with a back elbow to Santana. Cassidy with a rough looking hurricanrana on Ortiz, dropkick to Santana. Cassidy with superkick to Santana, second rope moonsault to the floor on Santana. He gets back on the apron, code red, pin, Santana ends up pulling referee Paul Turner's leg to break up the count. Turner goes out to bark at Santana, Quen with a senton on Santana.
Turner didn't count the pin because Santana was actually the legal man. Private Party tried for the silly string move, but Quen's back is banged up and can't hold up for it. Ortiz and Santana beat up Cassidy superkick/hanging cutter combo, cover, two-count. Santana grabs the slapjack (loaded sock), but Nick Jackson runs out and steals it away. Cassidy blasts Ortiz, enziguri on Santana. Quen back in, Gin and Juice (hurricanrana / cutter combo) hits, cover, 1-2-3!
Winner: Private Party via Pinfall
- Post-match, Jackson and Dustin Rhodes (with his hand in a cast) help fight off Guevara, Santana, and Ortiz.
- Next week: PAC vs. Kenny Omega, also, Cody returns.
- Kenny Omega is working out, then talks to the camera. Says he's not a promo guy, nor a hardcore guy, but he's been doing things he hasn't done previously. Omega says people feel like he's lost his marbles, and he feels like it came from losing to PAC. Omega says he's getting a chance for revenge next week. He goes back to working out and there's only like 5-10 pounds of weight on the bar.
Jon Moxley vs. Darby Allin
Before the match gets rolling, we see footage of Allin skateboarding around with a body bag that has "Mox" on it. At a concert, Moxley gets in the bag and it's crowd surfed through the audience. A group of guys bring the body bag out and put it on the floor, Moxley rolls over in it, unzips it, gets on his board and skates down to the ring with the bag. Moxley heads to the ring through the crowd. Right when he gets to ringside, Allin nails him with a suicide dive. Allin dumps Moxley into the crowd and they start brawling out in the crowd for a moment. Moxley looks to suplex Allin, he lands on his feet, leaps back over the barricade to drop Moxley.
Moxley picks up and dumps Allin on the floor, he then drives Allin into the ring post. This is a #4 vs. #5 match in the men's rankings. Moxley tosses Allin in the match and the bell finally rings to make this one official. Allin goes up top, goes for a crossbody, but ends up just bouncing off Moxley, who has a big size advantage. Moxley launches Allin across the ring, then kicks his feet up in the corner for a moment.
We go to a split-screen commercial with Moxley just beating up Allin pretty much the whole time. Allin with a big crossbody and ends up going over the top rope, but Moxley got caught up in the top rope, eventually flopping down to the mat. Allin with some shots to Moxley's face and just shoves Moxley into the steps. Allin slams Moxley's hand down on the steps. They end up in the ring, but Allin dropkicks Moxley back to the floor. Crowd fairly split for this match. Allin heads up top, but Moxley stops him, Allin is able to jam Moxley's fingers down on an exposed turnbuckle, Moxley just shoves Allin down, falling awkwardly down on the top rope and into the ring.
Allin tries to focus on the hand, but eats a release suplex. The body bag has made its way into the ring. Moxley rolls Allin into it and zips it up. Moxley then kicks away at Allin, referee Bryce Remsburg shoves him away, once, and then twice. He unzips the bag, crowd boos. Moxley pulls him out of it. Allin is able to hit an over-the-top stunner, but eats a sidewalk slam. Moxley tries for paradigm shift, no, Moxley charges in the corner, hits the ring post, Allin with a cover, two. Yoshi tonic by Allin, pin, two. Allin up top, coffin drop, but he goes right into a rear naked sleeper. Allin leans back for a pin attempt, two-count. Moxley and Allin on the second rope, he twists Moxley's fingers, but Moxley bites his face and hits a second rope paradigm shift for the win.
Winner: Jon Moxley via Pinfall