11/27/19 AEW Dynamite Recap

Nov 27, 2019 - by Michael Riba

Soul Train Jones is in the ring for Chris Jericho’s Thanksgiving Thank You Celebration for Le Champion. He introduces Jericho, who comes to the ring with a little bit of the bubbly. He says it is his thank you celebration and everyone is going to get a coupon for 50 cents off his t-shirt. He says they found the best grapes in the world and created the official “Little Bit of the Bubbly” wine. He and Jones drink a glass of the bubbly and then Jericho brings out The Inner Circle, minus Jake Hager. Sammy Guevara thanks Jericho and gives him a cut out of the two of them hugging. Santana and Ortiz give him a gift basket and crown him an official Boricua. Jericho asks where Hager is and then Hager appears with a goat named Chris Jerigoat. Santana and Ortiz open a big box in the ring and Jericho’s dad is there. His dad thinks they are in New York and then makes fun of the Chicago Blackhawks. His dad gives The Inner Circle customized New York Rangers jerseys. He pulls out an official thank you statement from AEW and TNT and tells Justin Roberts to get into the ring to read it. Jericho says he didn’t like Roberts’ tone while he was reading and the The Inner Cricle start beating him down, but SCU, who were dressed as band members on the stage, make the save.

Jim Ross and Excalibur run down the card for tonight’s show. Marco Martinez from All Elite Fleet has joined them on commentary.

Best Friends and Orange Cassidy make their way to the ring, but The Lucha Brothers attack them on the stage. Best Friends take advantage and Orange Cassidy takes them out with a dive from the top.

Match #1 – Tag Team Match: Best Friends (Chuck Taylor and Trent) (w/Orange Cassidy) vs. Lucha Brothers (Pentagon Jr. and Rey Fenix)
Best Friends toss the Lucha Brothers into the ring and take them to the corners. Best Friends share a hug, but the Lucha Brothers come back. Pentagon and Trent become the legal men and then Pentagon and Fenix splash onto Trent. Pentagon goes for the cover, but Trent kicks out as the show heads to a commercial.
Back from the break, Fenix drops Trent with a dropkick in the ring and then kicks Taylor to the floor. Pentagon tags in and crashes down onto Trent. Pentagon goes for the cover, but Trent kicks out. Trent tags in Taylor, who drops Pentagon and Fenix with clotheslines. Taylor drops Fenix with a Sliced Bread and then locks Pentagon in a single-leg crab. Fenix kicks Taylor in the face, but Taylor comes back and tosses Fenix into Pentagon. Taylor drops the Lucha Brothers with a suicide dive on the floor and Trent goes for one as well, but Fenix kicks him in the face. Pentagon drops Trent with a Destroyer and goes for the cover, but Trent kicks out. Cassidy gets onto the steps to distract Pentagon, but Pentagon still kicks Trent in the face. Pentagon gets in Cassidy’s face on the floor, but Taylor takes Pentagon out. Trent grabs Fenix and slams him to the mat for the pin fall.
Winners: Best Friends

The announcers run down the Women’s Division Rankings and reveal the top five to be Hikaru Shida, Dr. Britt Baker, D.M.D., Emi Sakura, Nyla Rose, and Allie.

Match #2 – Tag Team Match: Bea Priestley and Emi Sakura vs. Hikaru Shida and Kris Statlander
Priestley knocks Shida to the floor and then double teams Statlander with Sakura. Priestley sends Statlander to the apron, but Statlander takes Priestley to the floor. Statlander drops Sakura with a dropkick and tags in Shida. Shida kicks Sakura in the face and then delivers a knee strike. Priestley attacks Shida on the floor as the show goes to a commercial.
Back from the break, Priestley is in control of Shida. Priestley goes for the cover, but Shida kicks out. Sakura tags in and has her mic stand, but the referee takes it away. Sakura applies an abdominal stretch and then kicks Shida in the face. Priestley tags back in and chokes Shida with her boots in the corner. Shida comes back and hangs Priestley in the corner and then suplexs Sakura into her. Shida delivers a few elbows, but Priestley comes back with some of her own. Shida delivers an enzuigiri, but Priestley comes back with a German suplex. Statlander and Sakura tag in and Statlander delivers a kick to the head. Shida and Statlander double team Sakura Statlander goes for the cover, but Sakura kicks out. Sakura comes back with a face-buster and delivers a cross-body in the corner. Priestley delivers a double stomp to Statlander and Sakura delivers a back-breaker. Sakura goes for the cover, but Shida breaks it up. Sakura goes for a moonsault, but Statlander dodges it. Shida knees Sakura in the head and Statlander delivers a knee strike.
Shida drops Priestley with a Falcon Arrow and then Statlander delivers a Scissors Kick to Sakura. Statlander goes for the cover, but Sakura kicks out. Statlander drops Sakura with a Michinoku Driver and goes for the cover, but Priestley breaks it up. Statlander gets hit with the mic stand and Sakura rolls her up for the pin fall.
Winners: Emi Sakura and Bea Priestley

Jon Moxley is in the arena somewhere and says he declared war weeks ago. He says he wonders if there is anyone else out there that wants to get to him before he gets to them. He challenges anyone to step up and be a hero or get seriously hurt trying.

Match #3 – Singles Match: Cody vs. Matt Knicks
Cody drops Knicks to the mat and applies a side headlock. Knicks backs Cody to the corner and delivers a right hand. Cody comes back and drops Knicks to the mat and then locks in the Figure Four and Knicks taps out.
Winner: Cody
-After the match, Cody calls out MJF and says they don’t have to wait. He says they can do this right here and right now, but The Blade emerges from under the ring and attacks Cody from behind. The Butcher joins him and they slam Cody to the mat. The Bunny (Allie) joins them in the ring as Cody rolls to the floor.

Match #4 – Singles Match: PAC vs. Kenny Omega
Omega applies a side headlock and then drops PAC with a shoulder tackle. Omega kicks PAC in the knee and delivers a snap German suplex. Omega delivers a Buckle Bomb and then a spine-buster. Omega goes for the cover, but PAC kicks out. Omega takes PAC out with a suicide dive, but PAC comes back and takes Omega down on the floor. Back in the ring, Omega drops PAC with another snap suplex. Omega goes for another suplex from the apron, but PAC counters with elbow shots. PAC sends Omega to the floor and takes him out with a moonsault as the show heads to a commercial.
Back from commercial, Omega is in control in the ring. Omega delivers a few clubbing shots and goes for the cover, but PAC kicks out. Omega delivers a Fisherman’s Buster and goes for the cover, but PAC kicks out again. Omega delivers a few chops and a knee strike. PAC comes back with a clothesline and both men are down. PAC puts Omega on the top and delivers an Avalanche Falcon Arrow. PAC goes for the cover, but Omega kicks out. PAC goes for the Black Arrow, but Omega dodges it. Omega delivers the V Trigger and goes for the One Winged Angel, but PAC counters out. Omega grabs PAC and rolls him up for the pin fall.
Winner: Kenny Omega

Footage of last week’s Dynamite Dozen Battle Royale, which was won by Adam Page and MJF, is shown. They will face off for the Dynamite Diamond Ring tonight.

Match #5 – Singles Match for the Dynamite Diamond Ring: Adam Page vs. MJF (w/Wardlow)
Page beats MJF into the corner and sends him to the floor. Page sets up for a dive, but Wardlow stands in the way. Page goes to the floor and tosses MJF into the fans and then right back to ringside. Page tosses MJF back into the ring as the show heads to a commercial.
Back from commercial, Page delivers a few chops and then drops MJF with a fall-away slam. Page takes MJF to the floor and slams him into the barricade. Page takes MJF out with a moonsault and tosses him back into the ring. Page goes for the Buckshot Lariat, but MJF hides behind the referee. MJF pokes Page in the eye, but Page drops him with a clothesline. Page goes for the cover, but MJF kicks out. MJF connects with a knee lift, but Page shoves him away. Page delivers the Buckshot Lariat and goes for the cover, but Wardlow puts MJF’s foot on the rope. MJF distracts the referee and Wardlow hits Page witha right hand. MJF slams Page to the mat with the Double Cross and gets the pin fall.
Winner of the Dynamite Diamond Ring: MJF
-After the match, Diamond Dallas Page comes to the ring to present the ring to MJF. Page says some of MJF’s actions have been disappointing, but he is the man tonight. Page says since he is the bigger man he will congratulate MJF like a man. He extends his hand for a handshake, but MJF closes Page’s hand and Wardlow gets in between them. Page says Wardlow would look pretty stupid with a 63-year-old man kicking his ass all over Chicago. Referees and security rush the ring and pull them apart.

Dustin Rhodes is in the ring for an interview. He says Jake Hager broke his arm, and he is now out for Hager’s blood. Sammy Guevara attacks Rhodes from behind, and then Santana and Ortiz join him. They beat Rhodes down, but The Young Bucks make the save. They drop Santana and Ortiz with double superkicks and then Rhodes and The Bucks drop Guevara with a triple superkick. Rhodes and The Bucks set The Inner Circle in the corners and deliver a triple Shattered Dreams.

A new vignette for those wanting to Join the Dark Order is shown.

Match #6 – AEW World Championship Match: Chris Jericho (c) vs. Scorpio Sky
Jericho drops Sky with an arm-drag and applies a side headlock. Jericho drops Sky with a shoulder tackle, but Sky comes back with a dropkick. Sky clotheslines Jericho to the floor and delivers a single leg dropkick on the outside. Sky gets Jericho back into the ring and keeps him grounded. Sky takes Jericho to the corner and delivers a chop. Sky slams Jericho’s face into the turnbuckle, but Jericho comes back with a dropkick that sends Sky to the floor as the show heads to a commercial.
Back from commercial, Sky takes advantage with a few dropkicks. Sky delivers a back elbow and then drops Jericho with an Ace Crusher. Sky goes for the cover, but Jericho kicks out. Jericho comes back and locks in the Liontamer, but Sky makes it to the ropes. Jericho gets in the referee’s face, but Sky drops him with a cutter. Sky locks in a dragon sleeper, but Jake Hager rushes to ringside. Sky knocks him to the floor and then he and Jericho drop each other with simultaneous clotheslines. Christopher Daniels and Frankie Kazarian rush ringside and take Hager out. Jericho has the title belt an tries to hit Sky with it, but Sky drops Jericho with the TKO. Sky goes for the cover, but Jericho kicks out. Sky drops Jericho with a head-scissors take down and then connects with an enzuigiri. Sky goes for the cover, but Jericho kicks out. Sky comes off the ropes, but Jericho counters with the Codebreaker. Jericho goes for the cover, but Sky kicks out. Jericho goes for the Judas Effect, but Sky counters with a back slide for two. Jericho comes back and locks in the Liontamer and Sky taps out.
Winner and still AEW World Champion: Chris Jericho
-After the match, Jericho applies the Liontamer again as Jon Moxley’s music hits. Moxley stares Jericho down from the stands as the show comes to a close.

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