Monday, October 25, 2021

AEW ‘Dynamite’: Sammy Guevara named TNT Champion

30 September (WNN) — Sammy Guevara becomes the new TNT Champion after facing Miro in the main event of AEW gunpowder.

The show took place on Wednesday in Rochester, New York, the hometown of the late Brody Lee. AEW paid tribute once again to Lee, who died in December at the age of 41 from a non-Covid related lung problem.

Guevara faced a long challenge in defeating the undefeated Miro in the singles competition.

Miro used his superior strength to dominate the first match, but Guevara did not hold down. Guevara, at one point, effectively jumped over the top rope to take Miro down outside the ring.

The redeemer later removed the turnbuckle pad from the ring post to inflict more damage. Guevara’s friend Fuego del Sol arrives at the scene to stop his rival Miro, who knocks him out.

Guevara managed to send Miro into the exposed turnbuckle and then performed GTH. The Spanish God led the top rope and landed a 630 Senton to pin Miro and become the new TNT Champion.

Also on Dynamite, Adam Cole was taking action against Jungle Boy in the opening bout of the night. Cole along with his elite partner The Young Bucks defeated Jungle Boy, his Jurassic Express partner Luchasaurus and Christian Cage. Grand Slam.

Jungle Boy was able to hold his own against Cole at first, who went outside the ring to prepare himself after exchanging a hard kick.

Cole later came back with Panama Sunrise, but was kicked for two by Jungle Boy during a pinning attempt. Cole missed the last shot, but landed it after being able to strike Jungle Boy below the belt when the referee was distracted.

Cole won the match by second Last Shot and joined his group The Elite, which included Nick and Matt Jackson of The Young Bucks, AEW World Champion Kenny Omega and Impact World Tag Team Champions Doc Gallows and Karl Anderson of The Good Brothers. .

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Omega commented on his dream match against Brian Danielson last week, which ended in a draw. Omega stated that Danielson could not finish the job and would not have a rematch.

American Dragon arrived on the scene and said that Omega did not have the balls to face them again and referred to the winner as Kenny ‘No Balls’ Omega. The crowd then started chanting the new nickname.

Danielson challenges any member of the elite to face him violent conduct Friday brought out Cage, Luchasaurus, Frankie Kazarian, Jungle Boy and Marco Stunt to chase the elite out of the ring.

The Dark Order, Lee’s former group he led before his death, was in action with Orange Cassidy in a massive 16-man tag team match against The Hardy Front Office.

The Dark Order, who haven’t been on the same page until recently, once members Evil Uno and Alex Reynolds started arguing.

Lee’s son Brody Lee, Jr., his wife Amanda Huber and Dark Order member Anna Jay, along with their partner Tai Conti, then entered the ring to settle the infighting. Brody Lee, Jr. throws a pile of papers at the Evil Uno callback to her dad And the group finally came together.

Dark Order member John Silver set off a flurry of offense by winning a match with Fatality along with Evil Yuo and Stu Grayson. Lee’s Family and The Dark Order Then celebrated together inside the ring.

In other moments of Dynamite, Cody Rhodes and Lee Johnson defeated Dante Martin and Matt Siddle; Rhodes’ manager Arn Anderson gave Rhodes a hard time about losing to Malakai Black and explained how tough he is not to beat Black; Jon Moxley, Eddie Kingston & Darby Allin beat Bear Country & Anthony Greene; Jay & Conti beat Penelope Ford & The Bunny; And MJF had a war of words with Allin that led to personal family issues, and professional wrestler Leo Rush joined AEW.

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