Greetings and salutations! This is the last Dynamite before WrestleDream this Sunday. Will we find out more info about Adam Cole’s injury? We are scheduled to hear from the ROH champions and hopefully Cole will be able to compete. We also have a number 1 contenders match for the International Title as Brian Cage faces Claudio Castagnoli and Nick Jackson in a 3-Way Match. Also on the show we have a contract signing between Swerve Strickland and Hangman Adam Page which means some fight will break out. With so much on the go, let’s get straight to the card…

Dynamite starts right away with the AEW International Championship match…

AEW International Championship: Rey Fenix (c) VS Jeff Jarrett (with Jay Lethal, Sonjay Dutt, Satnam Singh, and Karen Jarrett)

The action starts before the bell even rings as Fenix dives onto Jarrett and Jay Lethal. They continue the fight outside of the ring as Fenix hits a Hurricanrana on Lethal. The numbers game is too much for Fenix as Karen rakes Fenix’s back but Fenix is able to kick Sonjay Dutt before the match heads back to the ring.

Back in the ring, Fenix and Jarrett battle back and forth. With Jarrett down, Fenix hits a Moonsault for a 2-count. Jarrett is able get momentum on his side for a bit but Fenix eventually comes back with a series of strikes. The numbers game are not on Fenix’s side again as Satnam Singh interferes, and Jarrett drops the champion with a DDT. Karen interferes, and Lethal and Dutt attack Fenix at ringside.

Jeff keep Fenix grounded as his main strategy. Karen gets involved again but this time Aubrey Edwards shoves her down. Fenix is able to mount a full comeback as he hits a Springboard Arm Drag on Jarrett, followed by a series of Stomps. Jarrett hits Fenix in the little Fenix’s and pins Fenix with an inside Cradle but it’s only good for a 2-count. Jarrett with The Stroke, but Fenix gets a foot on the rope to break the pin, and he follows that up with an Inside Cradle of his own to pick up the win.

Winner: and still AEW International Champion: Rey Fenix

In a video package, Adam Cole is on crutches, and he says MJF wanted to celebrate on his dad’s boat. They have fun, but the fun turns to awkwardness when MJF questions Cole for being on the phone with Roderick Strong. MJF puts his Dynamite Diamond Ring on and Cole asks if he was going to hit him with it, but MJF brushes it off. Cole says he has more than one friend. They eventually get back to having fun and as they fish, they “catch” Captain Insano. Insano comes on-board, and they drink together..
Don Callis and Konosuke Takeshita are shown in Japan, and Callis says they are “hunting” Kota Ibushi.

Konosuke Takeshita and Don Callis Speak…

Renee Paquette is in the ring and welcomes Don Callis & Konosuke Takeshita. Callis officially welcomes Sammy Guevara to his family. Callis says he is happy that Guevara is free of Chris Jericho’s toxic influence. Callis then introduces Guevara and plays footage of himself and Takeshita at Kota Ibushi’s dojo in Japan. In the video, Takeshita attacks a student and brawls with Ibushi. Callis hits Ibushi with an umbrella and then Takeshita hits Ibushi with a kettle bell and then proceeds to choke Ibushi with his jacket.
Back in the ring, Callis says the Don Callis Family has never been stronger. Guevara takes the mic and calls himself the hero while Jericho is the villain. Guevara says Jericho kept cutting him down any time he started to fly, but he now has the chance to take the opportunity for himself. Callis vows that his family will beat Omega, Ibushi, and Jericho at WrestleDream this Sunday.

A video package recaps Collision’s main event featuring Bryan Danielson’s win over Ricky Starks. We cut backstage and Starks says Danielson has never beaten him by pinfall or submission. Wheeler Yuta interrupts and the two things get serious. Yuta calls Starks an entitled prick and says he’s all flash and no substance. Yuta then officially challenges Starks to face him at WrestleDream.

AEW International Championship Contenders Match: Brian Cage (with Prince Nana) vs. Claudio Castagnoli vs. Nick Jackson

As the match start, Nick gets dumped outside of the ring. Cage and Castagnoli start fighting in the ring and go back and forth. Nick dives onto Castagnoli and Cage, but Castagnoli once again throws Nick out of the match. Cage and Castagnoli keep the fight going on their own. Nick is back in the ring, and hits Castagnoli with a Facebuster, followed by a DDT. Nick then hits a 450 splash for a 2-count. The match progresses and Castagnoli puts Cage in the Swing. Nick sends Castagnoli to ringside, but Cage hits an F-10 on Nick Jackson for a 2-count. Cage puts his attention on Castagnoli and hits a suplex on him for another 2-count.

Castagnoli and Jackson temporarily team up and they strike Cage. This team-up didn’t last long as Castagnoli hits an Uppercut to Nick, followed by a Lariat to Cage. Castagnoli Powerbombs Cage, Nick Jackson sends Castagnoli to the outside and steals the pins on Cage.

Winner: Nick Jackson

The Righteous (Vincent and Dutch) hype up their fight with Better Than You Bay Bay (MJF and Adam Cole). Vincent calls them fake friends.

MJF and Adam Cole are in the ring…

Cole is on crutches, and his leg is bandaged up. It’s story  time with Adam Cole and this is a sad chapter of the story and he reveals that his ankle exploded and broke in three places. Cole says he will do everything he can to come back as soon as possible. Cole starts to say that he and MJF have to give up the ROH World Tag Team Championships, but MJF cuts him off doesn’t want to give up the belts. MJF says that he will keep the titles and they’ll be waiting for Cole upon his return. MJF says he will face The Righteous in a handicap match at AEW WrestleDream.

Roderick Strong comes out wearing a hospital gown and is wheeled out by The Kingdom (Bennett and Taven).  Strong tells Cole that he needs him and its an emergency. MJF calls Strong a “simp” and says he respects Cole as he needs to do what he needs to do. MJF tells Cole he’ll be waiting for him when he gets back and they hug, and Cole crutches away up the ramp and leaves with The Kingdom and Strong.

Jay White and Bullet Club Gold come out. White says MJF was intimidated by Bullet Club Gold. MJF comes back and says White must be on some strong Colorado grass. MJF continues to make fun of Jay White’s goatee and says people moving the goal posts didn’t bother him until he heard he was no Jay White. MJF says that he is the show because nobody is on his level. He says White has managed to convince the fans he’s tofu because tofu can take on any flavor, but you have to add something to it. MJF says that if you take away Bullet Club then Jay White is boring, bland tofu. MJF claims White is all hype, and he is just what someone thinks a top guy is in Japan. MJF offers him some advice, and tells him to leave.

The fans chant “tofu” at White. White takes the mic and he says MJF is distracted by Adam Cole. White says the fans don’t love MJF the way they love Cole. White says that him hurting Cole at AEW x NJPW Forbidden Door 2022 led to MJF’s friendship with Cole and everything since then so it’s all thanks to him. White says he’s here to ruin MJF’s life and he tells MJF that he will need to find another level to stop him from taking the title. White says he will be an elite champion when he beats MJF and calls this The Switchblade Era, and MJF has gone soft. MJF gets amped up is ready to fight, but White calmly rolls out of the ring to leave. MJF is left alone in the ring and locks eyes with White as he poses with the title.

JR Interviews Christian Cage and Darby Allin

JR is sat in between Cage and Allin. Cage says he has been the champion this whole time and he tells Allin he will get exposed at AEW WrestleDream. Allin says Cage won’t be able to beat him in Seattle and reminds everyone that he’s won the title in Seattle before, and he’ll do it again. Cage gets heated up and tells Allin he can bring anyone, except Nick Wayne. Cage says Wayne needs a Real man and a champion by his side. Allin is upset and he brushes off some face paint. Cage looks right at Allin and tells Allin that he will be exposed.

Orange Cassidy vs. Austin Gunn vs. Matt Jackson vs. Penta El Zero Miedo

As the match start Penta and Matt Jackson trade blows while going back and forth. Matt sends Austin to the outside and Cassidy is able to hit an Arm Drag on Jackson. Penta is back and takes Cassidy down, then follows that up with a Leg Drop. Gunn and Penta start fighting. Penta hits a chop so strong that Gunn falls to the mat. Penta turns his attention to Matt and he rocks him with a kick, then Penta delivers one to Cassidy also. Gunn attacks Penta from behind. Gunn is now in control and he Suplexes Penta. Everyone in the match hits a Suplex.

Cassidy dives onto Penta and Matt outside of the ring. Matt with a Destroyer on Penta. Cassidy with a Destroyer on Gunn. Jackson hits a Suplex on Cassidy and then he Suplexes Gunn and Penta at the same time. Cassidy hits a Beach Break on  drops Matt Jackson for a 2-count. Everyone teams up against Gunn. Cassidy the Orange Punch on Matt Jackson and gets the win.

Winner: Orange Cassidy

Willow Nightingale vs. Julia Hart (with Brody King)

Willow starts off strong against Hart, but Hart manages to send her into a corner. Willow fights back and she slams Hart to the mat. Willow is in control of the match again. Hart needs a breather and heads outside of the ring and crawls under the ring. Brody distracts Willow, and Julia attacks Willow from behind. Julia with the momentum, but it quickly changes again as Willow hits a hard slam.  The two battle more and Hart is looking to lock in the Heartless, but Nightingale once again overpowers Hart and hits a huge Pounce on Hart, followed by a Oklahoma Slam. Nightingale barks at King who is still at ringside. Nightingale looks for a Cannonball, but misses. With Nightingale down, Hart  climbs the ropes and hits a Moonsault for the win.

Winner: Julia Hart

After the match, Hart locks in The Heartless. Kris Statlander comes out for the save…

“Hangman” Adam Page and Swerve Strickland sign a contract for WrestleDream

The two are in the ring. Swerve says he has been impressed by Hangman’s fire lately but Seattle is his house, and Page will be walking into the lion’s den. Strickland again says that they are not the same. Page thanks Swerve for re-igniting the fire in him. Hangman says he has felt a black cloud over his head, and while there have been some highs, there have also been some low’s which lead to some struggles but he is still here and he realized that the people deserve more from him. Hangman says Strickland will get his best at AEW WrestleDream.

Swerve calls Page’s words more pathetic than the Denver Broncos. Swerve says it could have been anybody, but it just so happened to be Hangman that he has to go through. Swerve tells Hangman that those mental health problems might be caused because he makes enemies every day. Swerve tells Hangman that he will take his position from him. Page comes back and says that he’s knocked out every opportunity he’s had out of the park. Hangman says that Swerve can’t fill his boots. Swerve slaps him. Hangman stabs his hand with a pen, and security separates them as things get heated

We do a hard cut to backstage. We see Switchblade Jay White being beaten down by 4 masked men. White gets thrown to the wall and a 5th masked man is seen wearing the Devil mask that MJF has made popular. The camera gets pushed out as we go off-air.