Miro wins the TNT title on Dynamite

May 13, 2021 - by Steve Gerweck

There’s a new TNT champion in town and his name is Miro!

The man formerly known as Rusev won the title in the main event of Dynamite last night, beating Darby Allin for his first gold in All Elite Wrestling. Miro applied the Game Over finishing move on Allin and the referee stopped the match. After it was over, Scorpio Sky and Ethan Page attacked Sting at ringside but the Dark Order came for the save.

When the dust was all cleared, Lance Archer came out and had to be restrained by Jake “The Snake” Roberts at the top of the stage so Miro’s first obstacle with the title will be the Murderhawk Monster.

Allin carried the title for an impressive 186-day run, the longest TNT title reign so far. He won the title from Cody Rhodes at Full Gear in November of last year.

5 Responses

  1. Motorhead says:

    Take THAT, WWE!!! … oy….

  2. Jake Allen says:

    So that makes 2 of the 3 AEW World champions ex-WWE guys (including one ex-NJPW), and 2 of the 3 AEW TNT champions ex-WWE guys (mid carders in WWE) as well. And the only guy to have won anything who wasn’t a part of any big promotion before AEW won a worthless diamond ring two years in a row… Way to go AEW *slow clap*

  3. Rob Dam Van! Shirt Typo! says:


  4. Yeang Weoh says:

    This is a game changer.

  5. The Great Mantis says:

    When are these lameos going to get off the “hurrdurrr former WWE guy” trip?

    Does McDonalds care if you were the fry cook at Burger King previously, Jake? No. You were a tremendous fry cook. Stay proud, burger flipper.

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