DID YOU ENJOY AEW Dynamite?
ECW presence on Jack Perry
Ohhh ohhh are we gonna see some ECW presence on Jack Perry’s storyline?!!! 😮
aew should do a show at the hammerstein ballroom some time, as some sort of tribute to ecw
Wish Jerry the King Lawler was there to hear how he roasted the ecw guys. He would be excited about it since he does not like ECW.
“Real Deal” Jack Perry!
He needs to deliver with more conviction; he sounds like he’s reading from a script. That being said, he’s getting better week to week, so it’ll be interesting once he gets more comfortable behind the mic. Jungle Boy was basically a mute, so getting these reps on TV is gonna help a lot.
Not a bad start for Perry, he’s still got some more improvement to do. Hopefully things will click more for him in the future
To add to Solomonster point about modern wrestling – the fans are conditioned in such a way by modern wrestling that just last week in Blood and Guts no one was cheering for the elite to win , everyone’s mindset was hope both teams have fun and we need to see a fire spot after the table spot.
AEW Average show
Above average show, I will still give it a thumbs up.
AEW has set the bar so high this year that it’s only natural they will have a dip in quality every now and then.
Even Raw during the Attitude Era had ok enough shows like this one a rare occasion. You can’t keep batting 1000.
Jungle Boy to Jungle Man
From Jungle Boy to Jungle Man. I’m loving this heel run of Jack Perry so far. And Somewhere, Christian Cage would be looking on proud of him loving this new side of him.
Jack Perry has always been a natural heel. It was a great turn, and did not feel like it was forced. Would love to see more of him.
Britt is still working injured
If Britt is still working injured then she needs to take time off, and she can admit Rosa was right for not coming to TV every week with a back injury and taking time to heal. Should just feature the Outcasts running amuck while Britt and Hayter are gone, also the Outcasts could still use another body or two.
Wondering what they are even having at All In. All Out looks like Darby for the TNT title and probably Shida/Toni.
Die hard Moxley fans
Are there die hard Moxley fans here that can explain his appeal? I’m happy if there are.
He’s just one of the few top guys that I feel the need to change the channel when he’s on. Just not for me I suppose.
Aew booking when someone gets injured
Aew booking when someone gets injured just hits pause. Hayter goes down, and the divisions been frozen solid. Tell a story with Tony and Kris. Shida v Storm for all in could be match of the night. Build it properly please.
Episode was less than perfect.
I didn’t see the show tonight. I went out with friends because I’m a teacher and I have summer off. But apparently the episode was less than perfect.
Still though the amount of doomer posts and complaining is staggering to me.
MJF/Cole vs FTR.
hey did a great job building up MJF/Cole vs FTR.
Jack Perry vs RVD
Is this whole Jerry Lynn/Jungle Boy thing leading to Jack Perry vs RVD at All In? That’s kinda what I was thinking the whole time. I honestly have no clue if RVD can still go, but I’m pretty sure that’s what it’s leading to.
Britt talked about Thunder Rosa
Considering how much shit Britt talked about Thunder Rosa, I don’t think there’s any chance Britt steps back of her own volition, else her own credibility is shot(in her own mind); and considering Tony is the one that ask Rosa to keep working until the wheels fell off…
Think the woman’s division is fucked
Lack of dancing
I’d expect a low rating considering the lack of dancing, they needed to build off of last weeks dance performance.
Penta? Mox? Trent?
Penta? Mox? Trent?
Time to break arms, Penta!
AEW Dynamite 7/26/23: A Night of Excitement and Surprises
All Elite Wrestling (AEW) delivered another exciting night of action on July 26, 2023, with the latest episode of Dynamite. The show featured a number of high-stakes matches, including a title defense by Orange Cassidy, a confrontation between MJF and Adam Cole, and a triple threat match for the AEW Tag Team Championships.
The show kicked off with a bang, as AR Fox challenged Orange Cassidy for the AEW International Championship. Fox is a former Ring of Honor star who is known for his high-flying offense, while Cassidy is the current champion who is known for his laid-back attitude. The match was a back-and-forth affair, with both wrestlers giving it their all. In the end, Cassidy was able to retain his title with a roll-up victory.
The next match on the card was a triple threat match for the AEW Tag Team Championships. The Young Bucks (Matt and Nick Jackson) defended their titles against Jurassic Express (Jungle Boy and Luchasaurus) and the House of Black (Malakai Black and Brody King). The match was a wild brawl, with all three teams giving it their all. In the end, the Young Bucks were able to retain their titles with a victory over Jurassic Express.
After the match, the House of Black attacked the Young Bucks. However, the lights suddenly went out, and when they came back on, Adam Cole was standing in the ring with the House of Black. Cole had been absent from AEW for several months, and his return was a major surprise. Cole then challenged the Young Bucks to a match at the upcoming All Out pay-per-view.
The main event of the show was a match between Jon Moxley and Bryan Danielson. Moxley and Danielson are two of the best wrestlers in the world, and their match was a classic. The two wrestlers went back and forth, trading blows and reversals. In the end, Moxley was able to defeat Danielson with a Paradigm Shift.
The show also featured a number of other matches, including a win for Britt Baker over Taya Valkyrie, a win for Wardlow over Shawn Spears in a cage match, and a win for PAC over Gravity. Overall, AEW Dynamite 7/26/23 was a night of excitement and surprises. The show featured a number of great matches, and the returns of Adam Cole and CM Punk were major highlights.
Here are some of the key takeaways from the show:
- Orange Cassidy retained his AEW International Championship against AR Fox.
- The Young Bucks retained their AEW Tag Team Championships against Jurassic Express and the House of Black.
- Adam Cole returned to AEW and challenged the Young Bucks to a match at All Out.
- Jon Moxley defeated Bryan Danielson in the main event.
- Britt Baker defeated Taya Valkyrie.
- Wardlow defeated Shawn Spears in a cage match.
- PAC defeated Gravity.
Here are some of the individual match highlights from AEW Dynamite 7/26/23:
- Orange Cassidy vs. AR Fox for the AEW International Championship: This was a great match that featured a lot of back-and-forth action. Both wrestlers had their moments, but in the end, Cassidy was able to retain his title with a roll-up victory.
Young Bucks vs. Jurassic Express vs. House of Black for the AEW Tag Team Championships: This was a wild brawl that featured all three teams giving it their all. The Young Bucks were able to retain their titles, but the House of Black showed that they are a force to be reckoned with.
Jon Moxley vs. Bryan Danielson: This was a classic match that featured two of the best wrestlers in the world going back and forth. Moxley was able to defeat Danielson with a Paradigm Shift, but the match was a close one.
Britt Baker vs. Taya Valkyrie: This was a hard-hitting match that saw Baker retain her title. Baker was able to use her technical skills to defeat Valkyrie, but Valkyrie showed that she is a tough competitor.
Wardlow vs. Shawn Spears in a cage match: This was a brutal match that saw Wardlow defeat Spears. Wardlow was able to use his power to dominate Spears, and he eventually won the match by escaping the cage.
PAC vs. Gravity: This was a fast-paced match that saw PAC defeat Gravity. PAC was able to use his speed and agility to defeat Gravity, and he showed that he is one of the best wrestlers in AEW.