AEW Dynamite
Las Vegas, Nevada
  June 1, 2022

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  Trios Match
CM Punk & FTR vs. The Gunn Club (Austin & Colten Gunn) & Max Caster w/Anthony Bowens & Billy Gunn

Punk, fresh off his World Championship win on Sunday, dove into the crowd as he made his entrance. Caster makes the Amber Heard comment you would expect him to do in his freestyle and Bret Hart also catches a stray. Dax Harwood and Austin Gunn start the match off and FTR works Gunn over with some double team action. Colten tags in and Cash hits a big body drop and dropkick as he comes in. Cash continues the onslaught with an armdrag into an Armbar. Gunn manages to get away and tags in Caster but Cash takes him down and tags in Punk for the first time to a huge pop.

Punk hits a Diving Axe Handle off the top and goes to work on Caster’s arm. Caster manages to slam Punk into the turnbuckles by his tights and puts the boots to him before raking his eyes. Caster whips Punk into the corner and charges into a boot from Punk. Punk leaps to the top and hits a Flying Cross Body followed by a tag to Cash. Cash hits a Powerslam off the top for two. The heels manage to triple team Dax in their corner. Dax fights out of the corner and almost makes the hot tag but Gunn and Caster snatch his teammates off the apron. Gunn Club hits a Pancake on Dax for two.


Caster tries to put Dax in a Sharpshooter but Dax escapes and makes the hot tag to Punk and Colten tags in, as well. Punk slips off the top but manages to get back up and hits a series of clotheslines on the Gunn Club. Punk hits a Running Knee to Austin and then backdrops Cash over the top onto Colten and Caster. Punk hits a Fling Elbow Drop on Austin and calls for the GTS but Billy Gunn gets up on the apron. Punk dares him to hit him but the distraction allows Austin to roll him up for two. He goes for the Fameasser but Punk blocks it and Powerbombs him into Billy before hitting the GTS. FTR this Austin with the Big Rig for the pin.

Winners: FTR & Punk via pinfall (GTS/Big Rig)

Punk grabs the mic and says he’s never done drugs but imagines this is what it feels like. He says he knows he has a long way and a ton of tough roads ahead. He says he wouldn’t be here if his road wasn’t filled with mistakes that helped him learn and he will continue to learn. Punk says you can call him something positive or negative, it doesn’t matter because you have to call him champ. Dax says he’s done all of those things Punk hasn’t done and he can confirm they feel good. He says pro wrestling means the world to him and points out his wife and kid in the crowd and says those are the only two things in the world that mean more to him than wrestling. Dax says it doesn’t matter if you’re from AEW or another company, if you get in their faces you get your ass kicked.

Punk name drops New Japan and says that some of the best wrestlers in the world are there but he’s also standing in the ring with two of the best. He says he wants to know who he’s facing at Forbidden Door and Hiroshi Tanahashi walks out! Tanahashi poses to the crowd and Punk raises the belt up as Tanahashi motions that he wants it.

MJF comes out and immediately calls for his music to be cut off as he just glares out at the crowd. MJF says he’s in a lot of pain after what happened to him on Sunday but all people want to do is hear him talk. He says he’ll talk but this is Max Friedman talking, not MJF. MJF says there are a lot of big executives from Warner Media here and he would hate to embarrass Tony Khan. MJF says that Khan has wanted to sit down and hash things out for awhile but it’s too little, too late. The fans start chanting “shut the f*ck up” at him.

MJF says AEW started as a friend’s company and everyone was just given a free ride except for him but he busted his ass and made memory after memory but he still gets no respect. MJF says everything he touches turns to gold and no one else is on his level. He says he doesn’t come out expected to hit home runs every week, he says he’s expected to hit grand slams and he doesn’t every single week. MJF says he’s constantly held under a microscope because he is the only person in AEW able to carry the company on his back.

MJF mocks the fans that are clapping for him and asks where they were this weekend when everyone was calling him an “unprofessional piece of shit.” MJF says everyone in the back wants his spot, and that’s fine because he doesn’t want to be here anymore. He calls the fans “uneducated marks” and says all they do is rant their opinions on Twitter like it matters but the fans don’t know shit. He says the fans’ opinions suck and they change on the drop of a dime. MJF says the fans hated him because he doesn’t pretend to watch NJPW or dump his opponents on their head or that he doesn’t chase stars. He says he is the best in the world and he is the only person in the business that can make fans feel something and he doesn’t have to do a bunch of bullshit to get them there.

MJF says he is a generational talent and everyone takes him for granted. He says that he is the biggest minute-by-minute draw in the entire company but despite that he can’t reach in his pockets and pay the guy that’s been busting his ass since day one. He says he wants to keep that money so he can keep giving it to all the ex-WWE guys he brings in that can’t even lace his boots. He asks Khan if he would treat him better if he was an ex-WWE guy and says the problem is that he got a position of power in wrestling when the only position he should have is behind a guardrail.

He says he doesn’t want to wait until 2024, he wants Tony Khan to fire him now. He starts cursing at Khan and I’m not sure what he was saying as it was all bleeped out, his mic was cut and then it went black before going to commercial.


Johnny Impact comes out for his open challenge and Miro appears on the screen. He says that the Redeemer is back to take out the punks, the bastards, the cowboys and when he redeems them all it will bring him closer to his God who has forsaken him. He says he no longer wants to be next to God, he wants to take his throne.

Johnny Elite vs. “The Redeemer” Miro

This is Miro’s first match since last November when he suffered a torn hamstring. Miro immediately takes Elite down and starts beating the hell out of him.


Elite goes for a Cross Body but Miro catches him and hits a Swinging Sidewalk Slam. Miro goes for a Pump Kick but Elite escapes and hits a Roundhouse Kick. Elite throws a series of strikes and follows up with a Disaster Kick! He follows up with a Standing Shooting Star Press but he kicked out at one. Morrison hits a Shining Wizard and then goes to the top and attempts a Harlem Hangover but Miro moves and hits a Pump Thrust Kick! Miro puts Elite in Game Over and he taps!

Winner: Miro via pinfall

A video package highlights the Anarchy in the Arena Match from Sunday.

The Jericho Appreciation Society, sans Daniel Garcia, make their way to the ring. They say they dominated Anarchy in the Arena, so the “AEW Galaxy” must appreciate them. Jericho calls Eddie Kingston a psycho and says he tried to burn him alive and says Danielson is also a psycho. Jericho says that they choked Danielson out and he’s not here tonight because of them. He says that Garcia is going to choke “that fat head” Jon Moxley out tonight, too. He says sports entertainers always beat pro wrestlers.

Eddie Kingston and William Regal walk out and Kingston starts freaking out saying he wants to fight them and he’ll fight them all. He hands the microphone to Regal and tells him to explain it. Regal simply says, “BLOOD & GUTS!” Jericho refuses, so Kingston runs down and the rest of JAS attack him. Ortiz comes from the crowd and hits Jericho with a slapjack before cutting a hunk of his hair out!

Jericho accepts Blood and Guts but only if Ortiz gives him a Hair vs. Hair Match first and Ortiz accepts.


After Joe’s match on Sunday he was attacked by Jay Lethal, Sonjay Dutt and Singh. They continued to go after Joe’s injured arm.

10-Man Tag Team Match
The Undisputed Elite (Nick Jackson, Matt Jackson, Bobby Fish & Kyle O’Reilly) & Hikuleo w/Adam Cole & Brandon Cutler vs. Jurassic Express, Christian Cage, Matt Hardy & Darby Allin w/Jeff Hardy

This is Hikuleo’s first match in AEW since last year, he’s a member of the Bullet Club in NJPW. Jungle Boy and O’Reilly start things off and Jungle Boy immediately hits a Double Spring Lucha Armdrag and a dropkick as O’Reilly shows his frustration. Fish tags in but eats a series of arm drags from Jungle Boy. Christian tags in and they work over Nick Jackson and Fish with some double team moves. Hardy tags in and he and Christian seem to be arguing a little bit but then team up on Fish.

Christian holds Fish as Hardy dives off the top with an elbow. Christian and Matt Jackson tag in at the same time and Christian hits a Tornado DDT for two. Christian chokes Matt in the ropes and pops him with an uppercut before going to the top only for Fish to cut him off. Jungle Boy then hits a Leaping Rana over the top off the apron! Christian hits a Diving Headbutt to Jackson and all 10 men hit the ring and a huge brawl erupts.

Allin hits a Tope Suicida to Fish on the outside followed by dives from Jurassic Express! Christian goes for the Unprettier but Nick Jackson Superkicks him. Matt hits a Flying Dropkick to Hardy on the floor and Nick hits a Somersault Plancha onto Jurassic Express!


Luchasaurus hits a Press Slam on Matt Jackson and slams Fish into Nick. He clotheslines them both and then goes for a Chokeslam but Nick back flips out and hits a series of kicks. Lucha hits a Rana Driver and then Jungle Boy dives off his back into one of his own on Matt! Lucha hits a Moonsault Press for two. Hikuleo breaks the pin up and drags Nick over to his corner and tags him. Hikuelo and Lucha headbutt each other and then clothesline each other at the same time.

Allin tags in and dropkicks O’Reilly into the corner before tossing Fish into his corner, as well. He hits a series of Coffin Splashes and then hits the Diamond Dust on O’Reilly! Hikuleo charges at him but Allin moves and he dives to the floor. Allin goes for a Coffin Dive onto Hikuleo but he catches him! reDRagon hits Chasing The Dragon on Allin on the floor. Hardy goes after the Bucks in the ring and slams them and reDRagon into each turnbuckle. Hikuleo tosses Hardy into the corner but misses a Splash. Christian hits a Missile Dropkick and then Hardy hits the Twist of Fate! Christian and Hardy clothesline him to the floor and then Christian hits a Diving Spear off the apron! O’Reilly hits a Flying Knee on Christian and then give Matt a Superkick Party!

Jungle Boy dives off Lucha’s back right into a Superkick Party! They hit a Superkick Party on Lucha and then go for the BTE Trigger but Hardy breaks it up. The Bucks push Hardy and Jungle Boy into each other and then hit Total Elimination from reDRagon on Hardy followed by the Meltzer Driver on Jungle Boy for the pin!

Winners: Undisputed Elite & Hikuleo via pinfall (Meltzer Driver)

In the back, Keith Lee and Swerve Strickland are with some rappers and Jeff Hamilton. Keith Lee says they’ll get another shot at the titles and when they do, everyone will swerve in their glory.

Athena, who debuted on Sunday, comes out for an interview with Schiavone. She says she’s here for TBS Champion Jade Cargill and says all streaks are made to be broken. She says she will be the one to break Jade’s and she says that she is the “Fallen Goddess” and the “Alpha and Omega” but before she can say anything else, Jade and her Baddies come out with Stokely Hathaway.

Hathaway says it’s his job to let Athena and everyone else know that Jade is a queen and a Goddess. Hathaway says they know Athena wants a shot but it’s not happening today. Kiera Hogan gets in Athena’s face but Anna Jay and Kris Statlander walk out and all six women get in each other’s faces.


“Mr. Mayhem” Wardlow vs. JD Drake

Wardlow runs over Drake with a clothesline and then slams Drake into the corner. Wardlow hits an Alabama Slam and follows up with the Powerbomb Symphony for the pin.

Winner: Wardlow via pinfall (Powerbomb Symphony)

Schiavone approaches Wardlow in the ring but Smart Mark Sterling walks out with security and brings “documents” to him. Sterling is serving Wardlow with a class action lawsuit on behalf of the security he’s been beating up each week. Wardlow shrugs it off and Powerbombs the shit out of the guy that served him the paper.

In the back, Sky and Dan Lambert talk about Dante Martin and Sky tells Martin to enjoy his vacation in California because on Friday he’s getting his ass handed to him. Martin walks up and says he’s better than Sky now and he’ll prove it on Friday.

Dr. Britt Baker & Jamie Hayter w/Rebel vs. Ruby Soho & Toni Storm

Baker and Hayter work over Soho together and Baker hits a Hanging Swinging DDT on her on the floor.


Hayter and Baker continue to work Soho over until she manages to catch Baker with a Saito Suplex. Soho makes the hot tag to Storm and Hayter tags in, as well. Storm hits a series of shoulder blocks and a German Suplex. Storm hits a Flying Ass followed by a Tornado DDT. Hayter rolls to the floor but Storm follows out and attempts a Diving DDT but Hayter catches her and hits a Spike DDT on the floor! Soho hits a Plancha onto Storm but then eats a Slingblade from Baker!

In the ring, Hayter hits a Flying Knee to Storm for two. Hayter goes for a Tiger Bomb but Storm counters into an Alabama Slam. Soho tags in and goes for a Ghetto Stomp but Hayter moves and Baker hits her with a Superkick. Storm German Suplexes Baker but eats a Flying Knee from Hayter. Hayter hits a Uranage Backbreaker on Soho! Hayter tags Baker and hits a Tiger Suplex. She goes for a Shining Wizard but Soho rolls her up for two. Soho hits No Future for two but Baker goes for the Lockjaw out of the pin attempt. Soho rolls Baker over for two but Hayter rolls her back over into a nearfall for Baker. Baker hits a Swinging Neckbreaker but misses a kick and Soho hits Destination Unknown for the pin.

Winners: Soho & Storm via pinfall (Destination Unknown)

After the match, Hayter attacks Soho and Storm with the Owen Hart Cup belt.


Main Event
Daniel Garcia vs. Jon Moxley

William Regal and Chris Jericho both join commentary for this match. Vince Vaughn and Macauly Culkin are shown in the crowd. Moxley and Garcia mat wrestle for a few seconds but then it turns into a brawl with Moxley beating on Garcia relentlessly. Garcia headbutts Moxley and then the two spill out to the floor and Moxley’s head is busted open from the headbutt. Garcia throws Moxley into the ring steps. He traps Moxley’s arm between the ring post and the steps and then dropkicks the steps.


Moxley hits an insane Release Vertcical Suplex onto the ring steps. In the ring, Moxley goes for a Superplex but Garcia reverses it and hits a series of elbows. He goes for a Rear Naked Choke but Moxley rolls backwards and into a Cross Armbreaker. Garcia reverses it and puts Moxley in a modified Rings of Saturn. Moxley manages to get to the ropes to break the hold. Garcia goes for a Half Crab but Moxley rolls him up for two.

Moxley and Garcia exchange Backdrop Drivers and then Garcia hits a Spike Piledriver! 1…2…NO Moxley kicks out! Garcia puts Moxley in a Sharpshooter but Moxley counters into a Choke only for Garcia to roll him up for two. They exchange strikes and both men collapse. Moxley rolls to the floor and Garcia jumps onto his back but Moxle drops backwards through the timekeeper’s table at ringside!

Jericho runs down and distracts Moxley, allowing Garcia to roll him up but Moxley counters into Paradigm Shift as Kingston attacks Jericho. Moxley chokes Garcia out with the Bulldog Choke.

Winner: Moxley via submission (Bulldog Choke)