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‘AEW DYNAMITE’ 04.13.2022 Recap + Review – Suzuki vs. Joe, Punk vs. Penta, Jurassic Express vs. reDRagon

Suzuki vs Joe Dynamite 4.13.2022

VENUE: Uno Lakefront Arena (New Orleans, LA)
COMMENTATORS: Jim Ross, Excalibur, & Tony Schiavone

This week on AEW Dynamite:

  • Minoru Suzuki defends the ROH World Television Championship against Samoa Joe
  • Jurassic Express defend the Tag Team Championship against reDRagon
  • CM Punk takes on Penta Oscuro
  • Eddie Kingston teams with Santana & Ortiz against Chris Jericho, Jake Hager, & Daniel Garcia of the Jericho Appreciation Society
  • Keith Lee teams with Swerve Strickland to take on Team Taz’s Powerhouse Hobbs and New Orleans’ own Ricky Starks
  • Capt. Shawn Dean tries to make it 2-0 against MJF

Hit the jump for all the information you could ever need!


  • AEW WORLD CHAMPION: “Hangman” Adam Page
  • AEW TBS CHAMPION: Jade Cargill
  • AEW TNT CHAMPION: Scorpio Sky
  • AEW WORLD TAG TEAM CHAMPIONS: Jurassic Express (Jungle Boy & Luchasaurus)


  • CM Punk vs. Penta Oscuro (***1/4) [RECAP]
  • Jurassic Express [c] vs. reDRagon for the AEW WORLD TAG TEAM CHAMPIONSHIP (***3/4) [RECAP]
  • Capt. Shawn Dean vs. MJF (NR) [RECAP]
  • Eddie Kingston, Santana, & Ortiz vs. Chris Jericho, Jake Hager, & Daniel Garcia (***) [RECAP]
  • Skye Blue vs. Marina Shafir (NR) [RECAP]
  • Keith Lee & Swerve Strickland vs. Ricky Starks & Powerhouse Hobbs (***3/4) [RECAP]
  • Minoru Suzuki [c] vs. Samoa Joe for the ROH WORLD TELEVISION CHAMPIONSHIP (***) [RECAP]





CM Punk vs. Penta Oscuro [w/ Alex Abrahantes]

The New Orleans crowd appears to be split between the two, some into Punk and some into the spooky skeleton man. Punk and Penta trade chops and forearms, breaking out into a little hockey fight. Penta ducks a clothesline and connects with a thrust kick, both men crumble to one knee. Punk locks knuckles with Penta and connects with an armdrag after throwing in a little springboard backflip just for the hell of it. Punk goes for the GTS, Penta counters on the way down with an Ankle Lock, Punk rolls through and sends Penta into the corner. Punk follows up with a rising knee strike, Penta connects with a pair of sling blades and covers for the 1…2…Punk kicks out. Penta sends Punk to the floor, does a lil’ CERO MIEDO and charges, Punk fakes him out and connects with a tope suicida, regaining offensive control as Dynamite shifts into picture-in-picture. Punk rolls Penta in and covers but only gets 2, Penta rolls to his knees and begs Punk to give him his best shot. Punk obliges with stiff kicks to the sternum followed by a right to the skull and a vertical suplex for the 1…2…Penta kicks out and Punk is visibly annoyed. Punk bends Penta in a surfboard, releasing to stomp his hand when he grabs the bottom rope, and follows up with a hammer throw into the corner.

Penta gets sent to the apron, Punk stuns him with a forearm and climbs the buckles as Dynamite returns to full-screen. Penta stuns Punk with a kick and they trade shots as they jockey for position on the buckles…and it appears that they SLIP OFF and Punk falls to the canvas, clutching the knee he hurt during the tope suicida. Oof that looked rough. Penta tries a corner whip but Punk falls down, unable to put weight on his knee and gets stomped for his troubles. Punk rallies, catching Penta with a top rope hurricanrana out of nowhere, following up with a rising knee strike. Penta fights out of the GTS and Punk crumples down, leaving his arm open. Punk escapes the arm snap with a fireman’s carry and counters into an ANACONDA VICE but Penta gets his foot on the rope to force a break. Punk and Penta trade shots on the apron, Penta absorbs some forearms and goes for the Fear Factor but Punk escapes and goes for a Piledriver; Penta escapes and Punk kicks him with such force he falls back into the ring. Punk follows up with a springboard clothesline, a rising knee, and a short-arm clothesline, then signals for the finish. Punk helps Penta up into a fireman’s carry, PENTA BLOCKS THE KNEE and goes for Fear Factor, Punk escapes but misses a kick and Penta hits an enzuigiri. Penta goes for the arm again, Punk counters into a roll-up for the 1..2…Penta shifts for the 1…2…Punk kicks out. Penta launches off the ropes, Punk catches him and hits the GTS for the 1…2…3!

CM Punk defeated Penta Oscuro via pinfall (13:37)

  • JON’S THOUGHTS: Good match, Punk using the weird slip off the buckles to tell the story of his injured knee was a great way to weave it into the match. (***1/4)


-EARLIER TODAY: The Jericho Appreciation Society (Chris Jericho, Daniel Garcia, & Jake Hager) arrive via private jet and Jericho’s brag is interrupted by Eddie Kingston, Ortiz, & Santana in their car who reminds them it’s on sight. They drive off, revealing Matt Menard and Angelo Parker beaten down, Parker’s shoes stolen

Jurassic Express (Jungle Boy & Luchasaurus) [c] [w/ Christian Cage] vs. reDRagon (Kyle O’Reilly & Bobby Fish) for the AEW WORLD TAG TEAM CHAMPIONSHIP

Fish grabs a wristlock, Jungle Boy flips through and counters into a side headlock. Jungle Boy drops Fish with a shoulderblock and flips over Fish, ducking a clothesline and connecting with a rana followed by a dropkick and nip up. Jungle Boy rules so much. Fish stops a tag attempt with a knee strike and tags out to O’Reilly who wrenches in a deep side headlock. Luchasaurus gets the tag, kicking Fish off the apron and covering O’Reilly for a two-count. O’Reilly dodges a kick, Luchasaurus gets tied up in the ropes and reDRagon work the left knee over, Fish sending the dino into a barricade with a Dragon Screw Legwhip. O’Reilly tags in and grabs a leglock, Fish grinding Luchasaurus’ hand to stop a rope break and hitting a slingshot senton. Jungle Boy gets the tag, O’Reilly connects with a knee and Jungle Boy responds with a lariat. reDRagon get sent to the floor, Jungle Boy takes out O’Reilly then Fish. He goes for a third, reDRagon walk away so Luchsaurus comes off the apron with a moonsault, taking out O’Reilly (Fish bailed the f*ck away to avoid it). Fish clips Luchasaurus’ knee, Jungle Boy flattens him from out of nowhere. Fish grabs Jungle Boy’s boot, O’Reilly wrenches his knee with a Dragon Screw over the middle rope then distracts the ref so Fish can yank him down shoulder-first into the apron. reDRagon regain control as Dynamite goes picture-in-picture. Jungle Boy tries to fight back, O’Reilly clips the knee and just lays waste to him with forearms and kicks. O’Reilly changes to the arm Fish injured, grabbing a top wristlock. 

Show returns to full-screen as O’Reilly attempts a Cross Armbreaker. Jungle Boy shifts his weight into a rollup, forcing O’Reilly to let go. Jungle Boy escapes O’Reilly’s grasp and makes the tag to Luchasaurus. KICKS AND SPLASHES FOR EVERYBODY. O’Reilly accidentally kicks Fish, Luchasaurus dumps O’Reilly on his head with a release German and hits reDRagon with a double lariat followed by double chokeslams and a standing moonsault on O’Reilly for the 1…2…not yet. Jungle Boy superkicks O’Reilly off the apron and tags in, Jurassic Express hitting a version of a Demolition Decapitation for the 1…2…Fish kicks out! Fish ducks a sliding lariat, Jungle Boy ducks a kick and rolls him up but O’Reilly gets the blind tag and connects with a butterfly suplex, hanging on so he can hit a DDT, Fish holding the legs and lifting him into a German suplex, O’Reilly covering for the 1…2…Jungle Boy kicks out, O’Reilly immediately locks in the Cross Armbreaker but Jungle Boy manages to make it to the ropes. Fish grabs Jungle Boy’s leg, Luchasaurus kicks him off the apron. They go for a Doomsday Device, O’Reilly traps him in a hanging front chancery, FISH CONNECTS WITH AN AVALANCHE FALCON ARROW OVER THE DUO for the 1…2…Luchasaurus falls onto them to break the count. Hell yeah. Everybody hits everybody, Jungle Boys leaps off Luchasaurus into a tornado DDT on O’Reilly, Fish eats a Tail Whip and Jurassic Express hit the THORACIC EXPRESS for the 1…2…3!

Jurassic Express [c] defeated reDRagon via pinfall to retain the AEW WORLD TAG TEAM CHAMPIONSHIP (13:45)

  • JON’S THOUGHTS: That kicked all kinds of ass, Jurassic Express are so much fun and reDRagon continue to have great matches even after a decade of teaming together. So much energy helped by a hot New Orleans crowd. (***3/4)

O’Reilly attacks Jurassic Express with a chair, holds one of the titles up high, then gets Fish out of harm’s way. FTR (Dax Harwood & Cash Wheeler) come out and hold their AAA/ROH titles in the air, reDRagon getting in their face. 


Tony Schiavone is backstage with The Blackpool Combat Club (Jon Moxley, Bryan Danielson, Wheeler Yuta, & William Regal), who are taking The Gunn Club in trios action on Friday. Mox says he thinks The Gunn Club are goofs and they plan to break their faces. Yuta says the real work begins on Friday.

-After a commercial Schiavone is with Jamie Hayter and Toni Storm, who will be meeting in the 1st round of the Owen Hart Foundation Women’s tournament. Hayter tells Storm this is HER crowning moment and she’s not going to stop that. Instead of a witty comeback Storm just walks away, preferring to do her talking in the ring.

Capt. Shawn Dean vs. Maxwell Jacob Friedman [w/ “The Chairman” Shawn Spears]

Dean has wins over MJF & Shawn Spears (thanks to outside forces), and MJF is looking to finally right this “wrong” and take his anger about Wardlow out on somebody at the same time. Dean, for his part, has come to fight, wearing war paint and everything.

“WARDLOW” chants rain down from the New Orleans crowd as MJF struggles to get his jacket open, his scarf having gotten “caught” in his jacket. Dean, ready to go, gets into it with Spears and MJF attacks him from behind before easily taking his jacket off. THIS IS MY SHOCKED FACE. MJF flings Dean into the buckles and poses for the crowd as suddenly a camera backstage reveals security guards laid out. MJF tries to ignore it, tossing Dean to the floor and tossing him into the barricade. MJF slides Dean in and poses against the barricade when a masked security man walks up; he removes his mask to reveal a smiling WARDLOW. MJF realizes who it is and takes off, Wardlow in pursuit. Spears tries to take him out with a chair, Wardlow brushes it off and tries to hit a powerbomb, MJF brings out SO MANY SECURITY GUARDS that finally overwhelm him. Ref almost counts MJF out, MJF gets on the mic and offers to triple Bryce Remsberg’s pay if he doesn’t count to ten; Bryce thinks about it THEN MAKES THE COUNT AND ONCE AGAIN SHAWN DEAN GETS THE W!

Shawn Dean defeated MJF via countout (4:06)

  • JON’S THOUGHTS: Shawn Dean is The Pinnacle’s kryptonite! Awesome. This was not much of a match but I love Dean getting another win and all the Wardlow/MJF stuff was super fun. MJF just gets it and he’s going to make so much money when he takes his talents to New York. (NR)

MJF almost gets into it with Bryce but Spears holds him back. Wardlow attacks more security guards backstage and says he will not stop until MJF lets him out of his contract.


-VIDEO: Darby Allin skateboards around a deserted town, stopping at a frame of a coffin to challenge Andrade El Idolo to a COFFIN MATCH. Ooo hell yeah let’s go.

-VIDEO: Malakai Black stands between two fire cauldrons to say spooky stuff about Fuego Del Sol, talking about dark abysses and shit if you cut his neck open. Black says he’s alone because he wants Fuego to be afraid of the shadows. Okay.

Eddie Kingston, Santana, & Ortiz vs. The Jericho Appreciation Society (“The Influencer” Chris Jericho, Jake Hager, & “Red Death” Daniel Garcia)

Kingston makes his way out in a THUMP tank top as a nod to Junkyard Dog, Ortiz wearing Angelo Parker’s shoes over his neck. I love it. THE JAS ARE SO F*CKIN’ DEAD, I LOVE IT.

Jericho flips off the crowd, then his former Inner Circle buddy Ortiz. Jericho tries to psych Ortiz out and walks right into a punch, Ortiz following up with corner mount rights. Ortiz absorbs a kick and drops Jericho with one of his own. Jericho and Ortiz trade chops, Ortiz wins the shootout and sweeps the legs to rain down forearms, eventually all six start brawling on the floor. Santana chases Jericho in and connects with a forearm. Proud & Powerful send Jericho into Kingston, who connects with an STO. Kingston pulls Garcia off the apron and lays into him, Hager tags in and they connect with a double flapjack. Ortiz surprises Hager with a sunset flip, Hager escapes and levels him with a clothesline, Garcia tags in and rains down forearms. Jericho tags in and connects with a belly-to-back suplex, Dynamite moving to picture-in-picture as the JAS continue wearing Ortiz down. Hager goads Kingston & Santana in, distracting the ref so Jericho & Garcia can choke Ortiz unabated. Hager slams Ortiz and connects with a HAGER BOMB for the 1…2…Santana breaks it up, Hager throws a full-on f*ckin’ haymaker at Santana around the ref and things almost devolve into a street fight. Ortiz pushes Jericho off the buckles and connects with a crossbody for the 1…2…Jericho kicks out and clubs Ortiz to prevent a tag. 

Back live and Ortiz dodges a Lionsault. Jericho grabs his boot to prevent a tag, Ortiz rolls out of the JAS corner and connects with a clothesline. Ortiz gets close to Kingston, Garcia tags in and attacks to stop the tag, Ortiz rolls away and EDDIE GETS THE HOTTEST OF TAGS. Kingston hits a butterfly suplex to Garcia and quickly tags out to Santana for the Three Amigos followed by a Frog Splash for the 1…2…Garcia kicks out! Kingston lays into Garcia with machine gun chops, Santana plants him with a spinebuster, Ortiz hits a guillotine legdrop, crowd chanting his name. Kingston clears Hager from the apron followed by a tope suicida. Ortiz powerbombs Garcia into Jericho, Santana wipes out Hager, Matt Menard & Angelo Parker run out but get flattened by Ortiz. Kingston tags in and connects with an Exploder suplex, Garcia shoves him into the ropes, Jericho hitting Kingston with a bat, and Garcia covers for the 1…2…3!

The Jericho Appreciation Society defeated Eddie Kingston, Santana, & Ortiz via pinfall (11:45)

  • JON’S THOUGHTS: Eddie Kingston is THE MAN. Really fun match, I hope these two teams do a Stadium Stampede or Blood & Guts or something. (***)

JAS go on the attack, Jericho dropping Ortiz with the Judas Effect. 


-An amused Alex Marvez interviews MJF, Shawn Spears, & “Smart” Mark Sterling. MJF vows to put Wardlow to work and has the best idea to slaughter the greedy little pig: a butcher. THE Butcher to be exact. OH F*CK YEAH WARDLOW VS BUTCHER LET’S GET IT.

Skye Blue vs. “The Problem” Marina Shafir

Bell rings and we cut backstage, “Smart” Mark Sterling taking notes and TBS Champ Jade Cargill not even paying attention. Then we cut to the Baddies Section, where Red Velvet and Kiera Hogan are also sitting. Shafir lays into Blue, Sterling trying to get Cargill to take her seriously but not doing a great job. Blue fights back, Shafir puts a stop to that with a pumphandle overhand throw. Shafir throws some palm strikes and traps Blue in a triangle choke for an easy tap.

Marina Shafir defeated Skye Blue via submission (2:24)

  • JON’S THOUGHTS: Dominant win on Shafir. It was fine, she does MMA stuff. People dig that. Felt like the air got sucked out of the room crowd-wise though. (NR)


Lexy Nair tries to interview Hook, Tony Nese comes in to talk trash and Hook gets in his face, backing him and “Smart” Mark Sterling away. Danhausen shows up to see if Hook has been cursed yet, Hook throws a medicine ball at him without looking. Apparently Nese is gonna be Hook’s first Dynamite opponent next week. Cool.

Scorpio Sky, Ethan Page, & Dan Lambert talk some trash. Apparently Sky/Sammy for the TNT Title is going to be part of Battle of the Belts II this Saturday. Cool I guess.

Ricky Starks makes his way out in front of his hometown New Orleans crowd, damn near in tears as the crowd gives him a hero’s welcome. Tremendous.

“Limitless” Keith Lee & Swerve Strickland vs. Ricky Starks & Powerhouse Hobbs

Starks teases starting against Strickland but Hobbs tags in instead. Strickland works the arm, Hobbs whips him off and sends him crashing with a shoulder tackle, following up with a fallaway slam, staring DAGGERS at Keith Lee. Starks tags in for real and does a little stylin’ and profilin’ on the top rope before coming down with a hammer blow across the shoulder. Starks drops Strickland with a shoulder tackle and poses, crowd going WILD. Strickland bounces off the ropes and connects with a headscissors followed by a dropkick. Lee tags in, Starks chops him but they do NOTHING and Lee backs him into the corner. Strickland tags and holds Starks in place for a DOUBLE CHOP from Lee. Goddamn, poor guy. Hobbs runs in to help, Lee tosses him to the floor. Starks joins him, Strickland gets the tag and LAUNCHES OFF LEE’S CHEST WITH A MOONSAULT HOT GODDAMN! Strickland and Lee laugh and celebrate as the show moves to picture-in-picture. That ruled. Team Taz is not about to be outdone though, Hobbs running Strickland over on the floor as Starks looks on all grins. Starks slaps at Strickland, Hobbs tags in and whips Starks into Swerve for an elbow. Starks tags back in and Hobbs holds Strickland in place for a missile dropkick. Quick tags continue, Hobbs dropping Strickland to his knees with a fist right to the ribs. Hobbs slows it down with a NERVE HOLD, Strickland escapes and sends Hobbs to the floor.

Strickland tries to go for the tag, Hobbs tries to run interference but gets caught with a dropkick and in comes the now-legal Keith Lee. Hobbs attacks Lee from behind, Starks hits a knee strike, Lee LEAP FROGS Hobbs who spears Sparks accidentally, then throws Starks into Hobbs like nothing. Excellent. Strickland tags in and they turn Starks into a pinball, hitting their combo spinning kick/forearm combo from their days as a team in the indies for the 1…2…STARKS KICKS OUT. Starks gets sent to the floor, Strickland connects with an apron kick. Strickland lures Hobbs in and yanks him off the apron, then rolls in RIGHT INTO A SPEAR FROM RICKY STARKS. Starks feels the energy from the crowd and follows up with a flipping DDT for the 1…2…SWERVE KICKS OUT. Lee tags in, Strickland throws Starks into a pounce from Lee for the 1…2…Hobbs makes the save and gets into Lee’s face. Ref manages to separate the two, much to the disappointment of everybody. Taz makes his way out as Starks tries (and fails) the Rouchambeaux on Lee. Lee picks Starks up, Hobbs shoves Swerve off the buckles, Swerve sends Hobbs into the post, Lee blocks a tornado DDT, Starks kicks him away and hits a spear from the middle buckle. Lee bearhugs Starks and Strickland connects with a 450 Splash (I think it was supposed to be a pinfall attempt but the ref didn’t count). Lee revs up, Taz trips him, and Hobbs plants Lee with a spinebuster for the 1…2…3! YESSSS!

Ricky Starks & Powerhouse Hobbs defeated Keith Lee & Swerve Strickland via pinfall (12:32)

  • JON’S THOUGHTS: I could watch Lee & Hobbs lock horns forever, that is very much my sh*t. Starks getting such a warm reception from New Orleans was really sweet. Match itself was a lot of fun (common theme on AEW shows huh). Taz getting physically involved instead of being on commentary was cool too, I hope he does do more managerial things in the future. (***3/4)


Nyla Rose & Vickie Guerrero interrupt a Thunder Rosa interview, bringing a cake to celebrate the world’s shortest title reign. Rosa shoves the cake into Rose’s face. Rose tries to attack but hits Guerrero instead. Rosa & Rose brawl, Rose knocking Rosa out as refs come out to break it up, Rose proclaiming she loves “cake and violence”.

-Video hype for this Friday’s Texas Death Match between Adam Page & Adam Cole on Rampage.

Jonathan Gresham will defend the ROH World Title against Dalton Castle at Battle of the Belts II, holy sh*t!

Minoru Suzuki [c] vs. Samoa Joe for the ROH WORLD TELEVISION CHAMPIONSHIP

Bell rings and the crowd is FIRED UP as Suzuki and Joe start lighting each other up almost immediately. F*CK YEAH. Not even a minute in and their chests are bright red. More slaps, more chops, this match hurts me to watch. Suzuki absorbs the blows, tongues out, and HYPES the crowd up leading into more open hand slaps. Joe responds with rapid-fire chops Kobashi-style. Crowd chants “THIS IS AWESOME” and all they’ve done is slap each other. Amazing. They change gears to forearms, staggering both men. Joe finally takes Suzuki down, and he rolls to the apron, Suzuki surprises him with a triangle choke over the rope until he’s forced to break. Match continues in picture-in-picture, Joe & Suzuki continuing to just f*cking lay into each other. Match moves back into the ring, Suzuki bending Joe’s arms in all sorts of unnatural positions. Joe fights back with headbutts followed by a powerbomb for the 1…2…Suzuki kicks out and Joe immediately locks in an STF.

We’re back to full screen as Suzuki forces a rope break. Suzuki reverses a corner whip and drops Joe with a running boot, following up with a snapmare and running PK to the chest for the 1…2…Joe gets the shoulder up. Suzuki teases a Gotch but thinks the better of it, wanting to chop war with Joe some more because why the f*ck not. Suzuki grabs a rear choke, Joe counters with a sidewalk slam. Joe charges, Suzuki connects with a dropkick and goes for the Gotch, Joe keeps a wide base to block so Suzuki goes back to another choke but gets squashed in the corner. Joe seats Suzuki on the corner, connects with a kick and goes for the Muscle Buster but Suzuki counters with an armbar, Joe fights it of and hits the MUSCLE BUSTER for the 1…2…3!

Samoa Joe defeated Minoru Suzuki [c] via pinfall to win the ROH WORLD TELEVISION CHAMPIONSHIP (11:38)

  • JON’S THOUGHTS: Watching Joe & Suzuki chop the sh*t out of each other f*cking ruled, but when it broke down into an actual wrestling match I was less interested. Cool that Joe got the win though to win yet another ROH title in his career. (***)

Joe doesn’t even get a chance to catch his breath, interrupted by Jay Lethal and Sonjay Dutt, the former holding a box. Their special present is…A MIDDLE FINGER FROM JAY LETHAL. Dutt’s laughter is interrupted by the lights going out. When they come back on the gigantic Satnam Singh appears behind Joe, clotheslining the new champ. Joe fights back, Singh grabs him from behind and Lethal & Dutt put the boots to him. Singh holds Joe in place, LETHAL INJECTION from Jay Lethal. Lethal, Dutt, and Singh pose over the fallen Joe as the episode concludes.

  • JON’S THOUGHTS: So Dynamite ends with an ROH-centered angle featuring Samoa Joe, Jay Lethal, Sonjay Dutt, and a giant in Santam Singh, that’s…a choice. I have absolutely no interest in this combination of people but whatever floats people’s boats I guess. Overrun didn’t feel necessary.




Stacked Dynamite this week, lots of great wrestling and a heartwarming moment with Starks getting to perform in front of his hometown crowd as part of the AEW roster. The Wardlow/MJF stuff continues to be tremendous, a great build for the big man and excellent heel work from MJF, Jericho Appreciation Society continue to win me over, and Joe & Suzuki chopping each other to death was great…until they decided that the episode should end with a Jay Lethal/Sonjay Dutt/Santam Singh beatdown. A bit of a flatline of an end but a very good show with a hot crowd keeps it as a worthwhile watch regardless.

  • FAVORITE MATCH: Jurassic Express vs. reDRagon
  • FAVORITE MOMENT: Ricky Starks loses his composure during his entrance. And much love to AEW for letting it happen and not trying to squash it/play against it.



  • CM Punk defeated Penta Oscuro via pinfall (13:37) [RECAP]
  • Jurassic Express [c] defeated reDRagon to retain the AEW WORLD TAG TEAM CHAMPIONSHIP (13:45) [RECAP]
  • Capt. Shawn Dean defeated MJF via countout (4:06) [RECAP]
  • Chris Jericho, Jake Hager, & Daniel Garcia defeated Eddie Kingston, Santana, & Ortiz via pinfall (11:45) [RECAP]
  • Marina Shafir defeated Skye Blue via submission (2:24) [RECAP]
  • Ricky Starks & Powerhouse Hobbs defeated Keith Lee & Swerve Strickland via pinfall (12:32) [RECAP]
  • Samoa Joe defeated Minoru Suzuki [c] via pinfall to win the ROH WORLD TELEVISION CHAMPIONSHIP (11:38) [RECAP]


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