AEW Dynamite Results
February 12, 2020
Commentary: Jim Ross, Excalibur, and Tony Schiavone
Results by: Josh Boutwell of Wrestleview.com
We go straight to the ring as “Dynamite” opens up.
AEW World Tag Team Championships
“The Cleaner” Kenny Omega & “Hangman” Adam Page (3-0) (c) vs. SCU (2-1) w/Christopher Daniels
The Dark Order interrupts on the big screen before the match starts and says that they will be watching. “There are more than four of us and some of us are closer than you think,” Evil Uno says. He says The Exalted One will be revealed soon. Daniels runs to the back as he says he’s going to find them.
Frankie Kazarian and Omega start the match off as Kaz grabs a side headlock and then he runs over Omega after getting shoved into the ropes. Omega comes back with a series of Armdrags and then he puts Kaz in an Arm Bar.
Sky kicks Omega from behind as Kaz shoves him into the ropes. Omega kicks him back and then attempts to dive onto him but Kazarian pulls him back down and rolls him up for a nearfall. Kaz drop toe holds him into the ropes where Sky kicks him again. Kaz hits a German Suplex for another nearfall.
Sky tags into the match for the first time and SCU double team him with Sky capping it off with a Leaping Flatliner for another nearfall. They go for the SCU Later but Page runs in and clotheslines Kaz to the floor. Omega lifts Sky up into the air right into a German Suplex from Page!
Page sets up for the Buckshot Lariat but Kaz pulls him to the floor and clotheslines him. Omega kicks Sky to the floor and then kicks Kaz as he tries to get back in the ring. Omega sets up for a dive but Sky trips him and then hits a beautiful Somersault Plancha onto Page on the floor!
Omega gets back in the ring and hits a Somersault Plancha of his own onto both members of SCU! Back in the ring, Omega hits a Missile Dropkick to Sky followed by a Fisherman’s Buster for a nearfall. Page tags in and the champs sidestep a charging Kazarian.
Page kicks Kaz and then Omega hits a Leg Lariat! Page hits a Fall Away Slam on Sky and nips up to his feet and tags in Omega. Omega hits a Rolling Fireman’s Carry Slam and Page comes running in with a Shooting Star Press. Omega goes for a Diving Moonsault but Sky gets his boots up. Page leaps to the top but Kaz knocks him off the top.
Kazarian tags back in and slams Omega into the turnbuckles repeatedly. Omega tries to fight his way out of the corner but Kaz tosses him to the floor where Sky slams him into the guardrail and into the ring apron.
Back in the ring, Kazarian hits a Scoop Slam followed by a Springboard Guillotine Leg Drop for a nearfall. Sky tags himself in and stands on the back of Omega as he’s draped over the bottom rope. Sky hits a Knee Lift to Omega and tags Kazarian back in the ring. Kaz hits a Cross Body Block for another nearfall and then puts Omega in a Waistlock.
Omega fights his way up to his feet and drops back onto his back sandwiching Kaz on the mat. Page is on the floor selling and can’t tag Omega. Sky tags himself in and SCU hit Splashes on Omega in the corner. Omega fight his way out and gets the tag to Page as he gets back up on the apron.
Page lays out SCU with chops and clotheslines and nails Kaz with a Mafia Kick. Sky dives off the top right into a Mafia Kick from Page! Page takes turns clotheslining each member of SCU and hits a Samoan Drop on Sky followed by a Standing Moonsault for a nearfall.
Sky backdrops a charging Omega over the top and then Page as well but Page lands on the apron. Page goes for the Buckshot Lariat but Sky ducks and Kazarian destroys Page with a Lariat of his own! 1…2…NO Page kicks out!
Kazarian hits the Assisted Tornado DDT on Page for another nearfall. Kazarian hits a Backstabber on Page and then Sky hits a Slingshot Cutter! Kazarian slingshots Omega into the ring right into a Cutter of his own! Sky and Kaz put Page and Omega in Dual Dragon Sleepers! Omega is able to lean over and cause Kazarian to crash into Sky to break the holds.
Omega blind tags Page as he hits the ropes and hits a V-Trigger on Kaz! Snap Dragon for a charging Sky! Page goes or the Buckshot Lariat but Kaz ducks only to eat a Pop-Up Powerbomb! Omega hits a V-Trigger to the back of Kazarian’s head and Page dives onto Sky with a Tope Suicida! Omega and Page hit the V-Trigger/Buckshot Lariat on Kazarian! Omega gets the pin and at the last minute Kazarian grabbed the bottom rope but the referee says the three-count was good.
Winner & STILL Tag Champs: Omega and Page via pinfall (Buckshot Lariat/V-Trigger)
Awesome match, even better than their first tag title match. #AEWDynamite
— Wrestleview.com (@wrestleview) February 13, 2020
The Dark Order comes out to the ring and surrounds SCU but Best Friends hit the ring, which seems to back Dark Order down. Butcher and Blade and then Hybrid2 come out, as well. The Young Bucks hit he ring and a huge brawl ensues!
After a massive brawl, The Bucks stand tall in the ring and then decide to dive onto everyone on the floor.
Earlier today Jim Ross conducts a sit-down interview with Santana, who is wearing glasses. Santana tells a story about how he was the darkest point of his life 10 years ago living in a “bullshit basement apartment in the Bronx.”
He says he decided one night he couldn’t take it anymore and called his father and explained to him that he felt like every day that he woke up it was dark all the time. He said that his father told him that it’s how his day is every day because he was blind. He says his father started going blind at 14 years old.
Santana says that his father was stolen from him as a montage of pictures of he and his father is shown. He says that is his reality and that’s what he lives with everyday. Ross mentions that what Moxley did was retaliatory and asks if he should be really mad at Jericho.
Santana says Moxley had every opportunity to have wrestling bow down to his feet and he pissed that away. “Jon built his own coffin,” Santana says. “Tonight, I promise he’ll know what it’s like to be in the dark.”
In awesome sit-down interview with J.R., Santana tells the story of how his father went blind at 14 and says that he will show Moxley what it's like to be in the dark. This is how J.R. should be used. Great stuff. #AEWDynamite
— Wrestleview.com (@wrestleview) February 13, 2020
Darby Allin uses Sammy Guevara-like cue cards to challenge Guevara to a match at Revolution.
“Spanish God” Sammy Guevara (2-1) w/Jake Hager vs. “The Natural” Dustin Rhodes (1-2)
Rhodes jumpstarts the match with a clothesline to Guevara and follows up with a Knee Lift for a nearfall. Guevara rolls to the floor but Dustin follows him and hits a Diving Clothesline off the steps. Rhodes gets in Hager’s face and asks if he wants to fight him now. As he turns around he catches a charging Guevara with an Uppercut.
Back from the break, Guevara goes for a Springboard Clothesline but Rhodes catches him in midair with a Flatliner. Rhodes whips Guevara in the ropes and connects with a clothesline. Rhodes drops down and uppercuts Guevara sending him reeling into the corner.
Rhodes charges into a boot from Guevara but responds with a gorgeous Snap Powerslam for a nearfall. Dustin goes to the top but Hager distracts him allowing Guevara to pull him down into a Go 2 Sleep for a nearfall. Hager freaks out that Rhodes kicked out.
Guevara goes to the top but Rhodes sweeps the legs out from under him. Rhodes climbs up with Guevara and backdrops him to the mat. Guevara leaps back up with Rhodes but Rhodes shoves him off again. Rhodes dives off with an American Destroyer! Rhodes follows up with the Final Reckoning for the pin!
Winner: Rhodes via pinfall (Final Reckoning)
As Hager starts to help Guevara up the ramp, but Rhodes grabs the mic and tells Hager to turn around. He calls Hager, “Jericho’s bitch” which starts a chant of that slander. Rhodes asks Hager if he’s ever going to step in the ring or if he will just stand around collecting a check. He says that he’s failing in MMA and he’s failing here before even getting in the ring.
Rhodes challenges Hager to a match at Revolution. Hager walks away without answering.
Tony Schiavone welcomes Britt Baker onto the stage and asks her how she could do what she did last week to Yuka. Baker says she did what she is obligated to do and help her dental health. Baker says she did Yuka a favor and says that tooth was going to have to come out anyway. Baker says that she extracted her tooth for free, which no other dentist would do.
Baker continues to ridicule Tony for “working at Starbucks” but Tony shrugs it off and asks her for her thoughts on Riho-Rose later tonight. She says she thinks it will be an awesome match but the true amazing thing is that whoever wins will still be No. 2 compared to her. “I’m seeing a lot of confusion in these chubby Whataburger faces, so let me clear things up for you,” Baker says. “I am a role model, I have three degrees, two Plan A’s and I was the first woman signed to All Elite Wrestling. This is my division and I am the women’s division. What I did last week was a statement.” She closes her rant with a Horns Down symbol, which results in a bunch of one-fingered salutes from the crowd.
AEW World Women’s Championship
Riho (3-0) (c) vs. “The Native Beast” Nyla Rose (2-1)
Riho jumps Rose before the bell with a Flying Knee. She jumps on Rose repeatedly but Rose just shoves her off. Rose backs Riho into the corner and then charges at her. Riho ducks her and rolls Rose up for a nearfall.
Riho hits the ropes but just gets “hit sticked” by Rose for a nearfall, but Riho Matrix’s out only to get slapped back down to the mat. Rose goes for a Vertical Suplex but Riho blocks it and hits a series of forearms.
Riho hits a Spinning Headsicssors and then a dropkick sends Rose crashing to the floor. Riho dives off the top with a Plancha but Rose catches her and hits a Backbreaker before slamming Riho into the apron. Rose pulls out a table from under the ring and sets it up at ringside!
Riho jumps off the apron onto the table and dives off it into a dropkick sending Rose crashing into the guardrail!
Rose goes for a Chokeslam back in the ring but Riho counters into a Crucifix Bomb! Riho droptoe holds Rose into the ropes and then goes for a 619, but Rose blocks it and attempts to sit down on her only for Riho to escape and hit a Sliding Dropkick for a nearfall.
Rose comes back with a Samoan Drop for a nearfall of her own. Rose drapes Riho across the top rope and then dives off the top with a Guillotine Knee Drop! 1…2…NO Riho kicks out! Rose tried a nonchalant pin, which Excalibur points out.
Rose lifts Riho up to her shoulders and then climbs up top with her, but Riho escapes only for Rose to bite her! Rose lifts Riho back up and hits a Super DVD off the top! 1…2…NO Riho still kicks out and Rose cannot believe it!
Rose goes for a Powerbomb but Riho fights her off only to eat a Forearm Smash. Rose goes for an Electric Chair Drop but Riho escapes and hits a Snap Dragon! Riho hits a second Snap Dragon! Riho goes for a Flying Knee but Rose moves and Riho crashes into the turnbuckles.
Rose goes for a Powerbomb but Riho escapes and dropkicks Rose’s knees and hits a Bridging Northern Light’s Suplex! 1…2…NO Rose kicks out! Riho climbs to the top and hits the Ghetto Stomp! Rose EMPHATICALLY kicks out at one but then crashes to the floor. Riho hits a second Ghetto Stomp followed by a third one! 1…2…NO Rose’s foot actually fell onto the bottom rope to break up the pin.
Riho goes for the Flying Knee again but eat a Spear followed by a Beast Bomb for the pin!
Winner & NEW Women’s Champ: Rose via pinfall (Beast Bomb)
That match was a hell of a damn war. EASILY the best Rose has looked in AEW and it was probably the best Riho has looked, as well. The nearfalls down the stretch had me hooked. Great stuff. #AEWDynamite
— Wrestleview.com (@wrestleview) February 13, 2020
Backstage Lexi is with The Inner Circle. Jericho says he has big news for next week. He says Moxley proved he is “human garbage” when he turned down their offer and attacked them. He says that he has looked all over the world to find a “bounty hunter” to tear Moxley apart. He says that if Moxley makes it out of tonight alive, he will have to face THE MONSTER MANTAZA HIMSELF! JEFF COBB!
A vignette highlights Jeff Cobb with some clips from him wrestling on the Indies.
A vignette highlighting Cody receiving 10 lashes last week is shown.
Brandi Rhodes joins commentary.
MJF (2-0) vs. Jungle Boy (3-2) w/Jurassic Express
As MJF makes his entrance he tells Wardlow to go backstage because he doesn’t need him for this one. After locking up, Jungle Boy takes MJF down with a drop toe hold but MJF counters with a wristlock and then a side headlock.
Jungle Boy shoves MJF into the ropes but MJF runs him over and then slams him to the mat by his hair. Jungle Boy tries to trip MJF but MJF steps over him and does the Flair Strut. Jungle Boy cartwheels over a charging MJF and then rolls him up for a nearfall. Jungle Boy and MJF exchange cradles for nearfalls and then get to their feet and stare each other down.
MJF shoves Jungle Boy but Jungle Boy shoves him back causing MJF to hit the mat. MJF offers a handshake and Jungle Boy spits in his hand and slaps it. Jungle Boy hits an insane Double Spring Lucha Armdrag followed by a dropkick.
MJF chops Jungle Boy in the throat and then puts the boots to him in the corner. MJF drags Jungle Boy to the floor and slams him into the guardrail. Arn Anderson is shown watching the video screen backstage as MJF slams Jungle Boy on the floor at ringside.
Jungle Boy backdrops a charging MJF and then hits a series of elbows in the corner. Jungle Boy hits a Rebound Lariat off the ropes and then a Tope Suicida to MJF as he rolled to the floor. Jungle Boy hits a second Tope Suicida followed by a Somersault Plancha!
Back in the ring, Jungle Boy goes for a Powerbomb but sells his back only to come right back with a Reverse Rana for a nearfall! Jungle Boy goes for a Powerbomb again but the back goes out again. MJF backdrops Jungle Boy and then kicks him in the head as Jungle Boy attempted to headstand on the turnbuckles.
MJF puts Jungle Boy in a Reverse Gory Special but Jungle Boy counters into a rollup for a nearfall. Jungle Boy kicks a charging MJF and then goes to the top. MJF crotches him and then screams to Brandi that he could have had a real man while pointing at his crotch. J.R. almost has a heart attack at that one.
Jungle Boy hits a Running Liger Bomb as MJF took too long and gets a nearfall. Wardlow appears at ringside. Wardlow puts the AEW ring on MJF’s finger and he punches Jungle Boy with it before tossing it back to Wardlow. MJF hits the Double Cross for the pin.
Winner: MJF via pinfall (Double Cross)
Wardlow continues to beat on Jungle Boy after the match until Luchasaurus chases him off.
AEW has done a good job protecting MJF – primarily with him not wrestling much – but he looked good here, got more heel heat, let Wardlow get in some heat and Jungle Boy looked great. All good in that match. #AEWDynamite
— Wrestleview.com (@wrestleview) February 13, 2020
In a vignette, PAC says that Kenny Omega has never been the same since he defeated him last year. He says that all of his problems are because of him. He says that Omega knows that PAC is the “god damn best and the depth of my conviction and that haunts” him. PAC says that Omega is scared of him and he should be.
Hager vs. Dustin is confirmed for Revolution.
“Death Rider” Jon Moxley vs. Santana w/Ortiz
This is Santana’s singles debut in AEW. Jericho, Hager and Guevara are shown watching in a suite. Santana’s patch is the Puerto Rican flag. Santana jumps Moxley in the crowd as he was making his entrance! They brawl all around the bleachers as the match hasn’t officially began.
Santana gets backdropped over the guardrail as the match spills into ringside. Moxley tosses Santana into the guardrail and rolls him into the ring as the bell rings. Moxley hits the ropes but runs right into an elbow from Santana. Moxley comes back with a clothesline that sends Santana crashing to the floor.
Moxley dives of the top with a Savage Flying Axe Handle onto Santana on the floor. Santana sidesteps a charging Moxley causing him to crash into the ring steps. Santana hits a Flying Dropkick through the ropes onto Moxley on the floor.
Moxley hits a series of elbows and clotheslines and then catches Santana with a Backslide for a nearfall. Moxley transitions right into a Fujiwara Armbar, but Santana rolls over and kicks Moxley off. Moxley hits a Release German Suplex.
Moxley charges into a boot from Santana and then Santana hits a Flatliner into the turnbuckles. Santana hits a Rolling Cutter on Moxley for a nearfall. Santana spikes Moxley with a Piledriver for another nearfall. Santana goes to the top for a Frog Splash but Moxley gets his knees up.
Ortiz tries to hit Moxley with the slapjack but the referee catches him and Moxley shoves Santana into Ortiz and rolls him up for a nearfall. Santana Superkicks Moxley but then runs right into a disgusting Lariat that sends Santana flipping!
Moxley goes to the top but Ortiz spits beer into his face as Santana distracted the referee. Santana hits a Cannonball in the corner and then follows up with a Frog Splash for a CLOSE nearfall. Santana grabs Moxley and sets him up for something but Moxley pokes Santana in his bad eye! Moxley hits the Paradigm Shift for the pin!
Winner: Moxley via pinfall (Paradigm Shift)
Ortiz immediately attacks Moxley after the match. The rest of The Inner Circle hits the ring and continue to beat down Moxley. Hager punt kicks Moxley in the balls and then Guevara hits a 630 Splash! Jericho caps the beat down off with a Judas Effect.
Jeff Cobb makes his AEW debut as Jericho calls him down to the ring. Cobb hits the Tour of the Islands on Moxley and then just stares down at him as The Inner Circle celebrates.
Scheduled for Next WeeK:
-Jon Moxley vs. Jeff Cobb
-Tag Team Battle Royal: Best Friends vs. Hybrid2 vs. The Young Bucks vs. The Dark Order vs. Best Friends vs. Butcher & Blade vs. Private Party vs. Jurassic Express vs. Proud-n-Powerful
-AEW Tag Team Titles: The Lucha Brothers vs. Drunkman Page & Kenny Omega (c)
-Steel Cage Match: Cody Rhodes vs. Wardlow