AEW Dynamite Results (11/24/21): Cody Rhodes, PAC, The Lucha Brothers vs. Malakai Black, Andrade El Idolo, FTR

AEW Dynamite
November 24, 2021
Chicago, Illinois

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Commentary Team: (Excalibur, Jim Ross and Tony Schiavone)

Ring Announcer: Justin Roberts 

Transcription by Josh Lopez 

CM Punk & MJF Segment 

MJF: Doesn’t feel good getting interrupted, does it, Punky Brewster? You know, quite frankly, you really hurt my feelings last week. I extended out my hand, like a gentleman and you really hurt my feelings, man. I mean, it was almost as bad as the time you quit, took your ball and went home like a little bitch. You know what was great though? The Pipe Bomb! Everybody loves the pipe bomb, right, Chicago? Yeah, my god, so good, legendary, what you would call a great promo. And I think it’s fair to say, Punky, that the pipe bomb is your best moment. Except here’s the problem, bud, every MJF moment is the best MJF moment. Because unlike you, I’m not a one trick pony. And don’t get it twisted, I respect you, man. I respect everything you’ve done, hell, I even respect the fact that you’re straight edge. Granted, never in my wildest dreams could I have possibly imagined a straight edge man could look so much like a meth addict. And it must be extremely difficult to be straight edge considering if I had your face, I’d need to down eight shots of whiskey just to look at myself in the mirror. But you know what I can’t respect, CM?

It’s how you’ve handled our little situation here. And you can pretend there isn’t one but there is, there is. You know, you would do all your quaint little interviews and they would ask you who are some opponents you would like to go up against and you would name every single wrestler underneath the sun, except for moi. Now, you can pretend it’s because you weren’t interested, but in reality, it’s because you didn’t want none. And who can blame you, Punky, I mean, your whole entire career on the stick you’ve been, big fish, small pond. And standing across from me, you’re just a freaking minnow. You didn’t want to go toe to toe with me on the stick, Punk? Well, too bad, because I’m about to verbally finish you quicker than your UFC Career. I heard you the first time. So, check your watch, Papa Punk, because if you decide to retort, it won’t say clobbering time, it will say it’s out of time. You can drop cute little pipe bombs all you want, because I’m MJF and I drop nukes.

CM Punk: I’m so disappointed in you. But let’s not start there, let’s show our guest a little bit of Chicago hospitality. I want to thank you, first and foremost, for last week. You introduced yourself to me, that’s what a proper young man is supposed to do to their elders. And I had no idea your first name was Maxwell. This entire time I thought MJF stood for My Jealous Fan. See, I got the time. Seems like it still kind of does, doesn’t it? If you’re so hung up on the fact that I never mentioned you anytime I did press, any time I ever did an interview, I never brought you up. Well, that was by design.

The last thing I wanted to do is feed your rotten little ego. Look at me, Maxwell, I’m in your head, probably has a lot to do with the fact that there’s a poster of me on your wall. Doesn’t change the fact that I’m disappointed, because I’ve always heard about the great MJF. And then last week, I did what nobody else in this industry, nobody else in AEW has been able to do, I shut up the great MJF without saying a word. And you had seven days, you had a whole week to think of good zingers and you came out here with the lowest hanging fruit. He thinks he’s somebody. He thinks what he does is revolutionary to the wrestling business, when in reality, he’s just a less famous Miz.

MJF: Okay, settle down, settle down, settle down. You know, Punky, that was really solid, I mean, really creative stuff. You know, it was almost what I wanted. Come to think of it, that phrase, almost what I wanted, kinda perfectly encapsulates your whole entire run here, thus far, don’t you think? I suppose it’s true, nostalgia is a drug that causes us to misconstrue our memories. And you, my friend, are no more than nostalgia. And guess what, bud, you were right, I was a fan, I’m not ashamed to admit it. How couldn’t I have been? I mean, in this ring, on the microphone, nobody could touch you. You were the best or so I thought, Chicago. Because ever since your almighty return, you’ve struggled to beat the easiest of competition and you’ve struggled to say, quite literally, anything of intrigue. Oh, my god, Punk, your breath smells like shit. It’s probably because you’ve been kissing so much ass recently. I mean, you have been robotically kissing ass all over the place. You know what? I’m going to do a little impression of you real quick. Chicago, do you mind if I give you a quick impression?

It sure is great to be back here in, insert name of town. I sure do love being a part of, insert name of company. Gee, whiz, I sure am looking forward to my match up against, insert name of opponent. Robotic, Pucker Up Punk. You’ve gone soft, man. Your hair’s going grey. And based on your eyes, if anybody needs to go to sleep, it’s you, bud. You know what, ladies and gentlemen, something just hit me. This is no longer CM Punk. This is PG Punk. What happened to the guy I grew up on, man? What happened to the renegade, the ass kicker, the outsider, because you might as well be coming out here preaching hustle, loyalty and respect. Except here’s the problem, PG, I can see you, hell, I can see through you buddy. You claimed you’d only come back for the younger talent and yet you also claimed you’d only come back for a boatload of money. You claimed you couldn’t fix professional wrestling from your couch in Chicago, and yet you stayed put on that couch for seven long years. Excuse after excuse not to come back, poor, PG Punk. Why?

Is it because you were too busy making comic books nobody read and movies nobody saw? Or is it because you were terrified, scared you couldn’t hang anymore, maybe scared you never could hang in the first place? I have the microphone, Chicago. And i’m here to tell you, you should be scared, man. In the other company, these people looked at you like a cult hero, because they felt you were held down, that you should have been utilized and showcased as the number one guy. And now here you are, you have all the opportunity to prove these people right, but can you? Do you people think CM Punk can do it? I’m glad they think that now, Punk, but are they gonna feel that way in a month, two months, a year. I don’t envy you, man, but I know you envy me. And I know why you don’t like me, PG Punk. I know why, it’s because I represent everything about this business that you hate. I’m every single thing you hate because I was born for this.

Oh yeah, I’m a clean cut professional. I’m every wrestling analyst, promoter, and pundit’s wet dream, while you on the other hand, were a scrawny, tatted up misfit from the dumpiest part of the midwest known as Chicago. You had to work your tail off to become the man you are today and I commend you for that. But I know what keeps you up at night. I know what eats up you inside. It’s the fact that after all your hard work, all your blood, sweat, tears and sacrifice you’ve given this sport, deep down you know it and these people know it. Your whole career, you’ve been nothing more than second best. Whether it was the you can’t see me man or the King of Kings, you were never quite up to snuff, weren’t you? And I can assure you, now that you’re standing in my ring, in my company, things will be no different because you may claim to be the best in the world, but I’m better than you and you know it.

CM Punk: There’s some truth in what you just said, a little bit. Scared? Coming back after seven years, a little bit. See, I’m not gonna lie, not even to you, I certainly never lie to these people. I didn’t know if these people would remember me. I didn’t know if these people would care. I didn’t know if I still had it. But trust me, I’m not scared any longer, certainly not scared of you. Because the timing might not match up, but I was selling out Madison Square Garden when you were marking out for Rosie O’Donnell. And the last time, on this show, you did a song and dance, you made the New York Times. Wow! You want to sing me a song, right now, Maxwell? Don’t worry, you’re standing in the ring with a professional. And you’re gonna make the New York Times again, but this time it’s gonna be the obituaries, because you have just enrolled yourself into a college your parents cannot afford. You talk too much. Yeah, just like me, back in the day, except I always backed it up and you can’t back up shit without your backup. FTR. Shawn Spears. Wardlow. That’s how you get things done around here.

And I never mention you in interviews because I never had to. I looked at AEW and I said, wow, that’s the place I want to be, that’s the place I want to test myself and I went for the heart and soul of AEW, Darby Allin. And, boy, that just chews you up, doesn’t it? And I beat Darby Allin. And I didn’t need a ring to do it. You’re too busy talking about how you’re the most powerful of the four pillars, you don’t even realize you’ve been replaced by Britt Baker. And while you think you’ve made some excellent points, I think you talk too much and we’ve wasted these people’s time. They call Chicago the second city, not because there’s a city that’s better than it, not because there’s a city that was first. And you want to call me number two? I’ll proudly wear number two with a bullet, because just like Chicago, they call us the second city because when it burned to the ground, we just built it right back up on top of the smoldering embers. And who’s the man around here? Who’s number one? Is it you? No, I don’t think so. The only way you’re going to be number one is if we all wait around long enough for Tony to have a daughter that you marry. Last time we were here in Chicago and hell yeah, I’m happy to be here, I gave everybody ice cream bars. The only thing I can think of that’s a better welcome back gift than that, is punching you in your little needle dick, right here, right now.

First Match: (6-0) CM Punk vs. (37-25) QT Marshall w/The Factory 

Collar and Elbow Tie Up. Punk applies a side headlock. Marshall whips Punk across the ring. Punk drops Marshall with a shoulder tackle. Punk flexes his muscles. Strong lockup. Punk grabs a side headlock. Marshall whips Punk across the ring. Solow trips Punk from the outside. Marshall punches Punk in the back. Marshall goes for a Bodyslam, but Punk lands back on his feet. Punk with Four Bodyslams. Following a snap mare takeover, Punk goes into the lateral press for a one count. Punk applies a rear chin lock. Marshall acks Punk into the ropes. The referee calls for a clean break. Comoroto trips Punk behind the referee’s back. The referee has ejected The Factory from the ringside area. Punk ducks a clothesline from Marshall. Punk bodyslams Marshall. Marshall drives his knee into the midsection of Punk. Marshall with two haymakers. Marshall slams Punk’s head on the top turnbuckle pad. Marshall with a forearm smash. Punk reverses out of the irish whip from Marshall. Punk scores the elbow knockdown.

Punk transitions into a corner mount. Punk whips Marshall into the turnbuckles. Marshall drives Punk back first into the turnbuckles. Marshall punches Punk in the back. Following a snap mare takeover, Marshall stomps on Punk’s face. Marshall poses for the crowd. Marshall goes into the cover for a two count. Marshall talks smack to the Chicago crowd. Marshall applies the cravate. Marshall transitions into a rear chin lock. Punk with elbows into the midsection of Marshall. Punk with a straight right hand. Marshall kicks Punk in the gut. Marshall punches Punk. Punk reverses out of the irish whip from Marshall. Punk with a Back Body Drop. Punk clotheslines Marshall over the top rope. Punk with a flying clothesline off the ring apron. Punk slams Marshall’s head on the apron. Punk rolls Marshall back into the ring.

Marshall slams Punk’s head on the top rope. Marshall repeatedly stomps on Punk’s chest. Marshall with The Delayed Vertical Suplex. Marshall with a Leg Drop for a two count. Marshall goes back to the rear chin lock. Punk stomps on the left of Marshall. Punk with a straight right hand. Marshall delivers The Kitchen Sink for a two count. Marshall applies the cravate. Punk attacks the midsection of Marshall. Marshall with a Pop Up Haymaker. Marshall hits The SitOut PowerBomb for a two count. Marshall transitions into a ground and pound attack. Marshall toys around with Punk. Punk drops Marshall with The Roundhouse Kick. Punk with three haymakers. Punk whips Marshall across the ring. Punk with a Leg Lariat. Punk with a Swinging NeckBreaker. Punk follows that with a Rising Knee Strike. Punk with a short-arm clothesline. Punk lands The Flying Elbow Drop. Punk connects with The GTS to pickup the victory.

Winner: (7-0) CM Punk via Pinfall 

Second Match: (8-0) The Gunn Club w/Austin Gunn vs. (12-7) Bear Country 

Gunn Club attacks Bear Country before the bell rings. Billy repeatedly stomps on Boulder’s chest. Colten is throwing haymakers at Bronson. Meeting Of The Minds. Bronson launches Colten over the top rope. Boulder with The Military Press Slam. Billy tumbles to the floor. Colten throws Bronson into the steel barricade. Boulder goes for a Bodyslam, but Austin gets in the way.

Colten shoves Boulder into the steel ring steps. Colten rolls Bronson back into the ring. Bronson with forearm shivers. Bronson whips Colten across the ring. Colten ducks a clothesline from Bronson. Bronson catches Colten in mid-air. Bronson with an Overhead Suplex. Bronson knocks Billy off the ring apron. Austin trips Bronson from the outside. Colten connects with The Colt 45 to pickup the victory. After the match, Sting appears on the stage. Darby Allin Spears Austin. The Gunn Club retreats from Sting and Allin.

Winner: (9-0) The Gunn Club via Pinfall 

Third Match: (40-15) Thunder Rosa vs. (3-8) Jamie Hayter w/Britt Baker & Rebel In A Second Round Match In The Inaugural AEW TBS Championship Tournament 

Collar and Elbow Tie Up. Hayter backs Rosa into the ropes. Slap Exchange. Hayter dumps Rosa out of the ring. Rosa with a reverse hammer throw into the steel barricade. Rosa kicks Hayter in the face. Rosa slams Hayter’s head on the ring apron. Rosa resets the referee’s ten count. Hayter drives Rosa back first into the apron. Hayter with a knife edge chop. Hayter punches Rosa in the back. Hayter drives Rosa back first into the barricade. Hayter with forearms into the midsection of Rosa. Hayter slams Rosa’s head on the apron. Rosa kicks Hayter in the gut. Rosa unloads two knife edge chops. Rosa rolls Hayter back into the ring. Hayter repeatedly stomps on Rosa’s chest. Hayter with clubbing blows to Rosa’s back. Rosa fires back with a flurry of bodyshots. Rosa with forearm shivers. Hayter reverses out of the irish whip from Rosa. Hayter scores the elbow knockdown. Hayter kicks Rosa in the back. Hayter stomps on Rosa’s chest. Hayter is choking Rosa with her boot. Rosa with a drop toe hold into the middle rope. Rosa with a running dropkick. Rosa uses the middle rope as a weapon.

Rosa with clubbing blows to Hayter’s back. Rosa repeatedly throws Hayter into the barricade. Rosa with a Diving Dropkick through the ropes. Rosa with a Snap Vertical Suplex on the floor. Rosa stomps on Hayter’s back. Hayter catches Rosa in mid-air. Hayter drives Rosa back first into the steel ring post. Hayter bodyslams Rosa on the floor. Hayter hammers down on Rosa’s back. Hayter rolls Rosa back into the ring. Hayter hooks the outside leg for a one count. Following a snap mare takeover, Hayter kicks Rosa in the back for a two count. Hayter slams Rosa’s head on the top turnbuckle pad. Hayter with forearm shivers. Hayter with a Snap Vertical Suplex. Rosa applies The Guillotine Choke. Hayter bodyslams Rosa. Hayter kicks Rosa in the back. Hayter with combination forearms. Hayter with another bodyslam. Rosa and Hayter are trading back and forth shots. Rosa kicks Hayter in the gut. Rosa with combination hamstring kicks. Hayter avoids The Roundhouse Kick.

Hayter hits The SpineBuster. Hayter applies the single leg crab. Hayter with a forearm smash. Hayter puts Rosa on the top turnbuckle. Hayter with forearm shivers. Slugfest on the top turnbuckle. Rosa sends Hayter face first into the canvas. Rosa delivers The Shotgun Dropkick. Rosa with a Diving Corner Clothesline. Rosa with a Rebound Meteora. Rosa follows that with The Shibata Dropkick for a two count. Hayter denies The Vertical Suplex. Hayter with The Uranage BackBreaker for a two count. Hayter applies a rear chin lock. Rosa with heavy bodyshots. Hayter denies The Side Russian Leg Sweep. Forearm Exchange. Hockey Fight. Hayter with a forearm shot across the back of Rosa. Hayter goes for a Vertical Suplex, but Rosa lands back on her feet. Rosa with a Side Russian Leg Sweep. Rosa applies The Peruvian Neck Tie. The referee gets distracted by Rebel. Baker breaks up the submission hold. Baker inadvertently superkicks Hayter. Rosa kicks Baker in the gut. Rosa shoves Baker into Rebel. Rosa rolls Hayter over to pickup the victory.  After the match, Hayter shoves Baker on her way out of the ring.

Winner: (41-15) Thunder Rosa via Pinfall 

Fourth Match: (10-1-1) Bryan Danielson vs. (41-21) Colt Cabana w/The Dark Order 

Collar and Elbow Tie Up. Wrist Lock Exchange. Cabana with a drop toe hold. Cabana applies a front face lock. Danielson with a wrist lock suplex. Danielson applies The Cross-Arm-Breaker. Cabana wraps his legs around the bottom rope which forces the break. Danielson kicks Cabana in the back. Danielson poses for the crowd. Strong lockup. Danielson applies a side headlock. Hammerlock Exchange. Cabana pulls back the arms of Danielson. Cabana goes for a Modified Romero Special, but Danielson lands back on his feet. Danielson repeatedly kicks the left hamstring of Cabana. Danielson with a Mid-Kick. Knife Edge Chop Exchange. Danielson with an arm-ringer. Danielson with combination kicks. Cabana slaps Danielson in the chest. Danielson uppercuts Cabana. Danielson slams Cabana’s head on the top turnbuckle pad.

Danielson with a Mid-Kick. Cabana avoids The Corner Dropkick. Cabana with two double hand chops. Cabana ducks a clothesline from Danielson. Cabana with a flurry of right jabs. Cabana hits The Bionic Elbow. Cabana goes for The Flying Asshole, but Danielson counters with a Release German Suplex. Danielson with a Corner Dropkick. Danielson with a Chop/Mid-Kick Combination. Danielson puts Cabana on the top turnbuckle. Danielson fish hooks Cabana. Cabana denies The Avalanche Belly to Back Suplex. Cabana sends Danielson crashing into the canvas. Cabana lands The MoonSault for a two count. Cabana with clubbing elbow smash. Danielson with a back heel trip. Danielson repeatedly stomps on Cabana’s face. A tooth fell out of Cabana’s mouth in the process. Danielson mocks Cabana. Danielson makes Cabana tap out to The Lebel Lock.

Winner: (11-1-1) Bryan Danielson via Submission 

Line Up For This Weeks AEW Rampage 

– Britt Baker w/Rebel vs. Riho. If Riho Wins, She’ll Get A Future AEW Women’s World Championship Match

– Eddie Kingston vs. Daniel Garcia w/2.0

– Adam Cole & Bobby Fish vs. Orange Cassidy & Wheeler Yuta w/Chuck Taylor

Fifth Match: (45-14-2) Cody Rhodes, (30-13-2) PAC, (32-12) The Lucha Brothers w/Arn Anderson & Alex Abrahantes vs. (7-1) Malakai Black, (5-3) Andrade El Idolo, (33-8) FTR w/Tully Blanchard & Jose The Assistant In A 8-Man Tag Team Match 

Cody Rhodes and Dax Harwood will start things off. Hand fighting display. Collar and Elbow Tie Up. Harwood backs Rhodes into the turnbuckles. The referee calls for a clean break. Rhodes tells Harwood to back up. Strong lockup. Rhodes applies a side headlock. Harwood whips Rhodes across the ring. Harwood drops down on the canvas. Rhodes drops Harwood with a shoulder tackle. Back to the collar and elbow tie up. Harwood applies a side headlock. Rhodes whips Harwood across the ring. Harwood with a shoulder tackle. Rhodes drops down on the canvas. Harwood slides under Rhodes. Harwood kicks Rhodes in the gut. Harwood applies a front face lock. Harwood goes for The Slingshot Suplex, but Rhodes lands back on his feet. Rhodes goes for The O’Connor Roll, but Harwood holds onto the ropes. Rhodes kicks Harwood in the gut. Rhodes with a drop down uppercut. Rhodes Powerslams Harwood. Rhodes launches his weight belt into the crowd. One of the fans throws the weight belt back into the ring. Rhodes applies a wrist lock. Pac tags himself in.

Pac applies a wrist lock. Forearm Exchange. Knife Edge Chop Exchange. Harwood grabs a side headlock. Pac whips Harwood across the ring. Pac scores two elbow knockdowns. Harwood reverses out of the irish whip from Pac. Pac with a flying forearm smash. Harwood with a Belly to Back Suplex. Harwood tags in Wheeler. Pac avoids the elbow drop. Pac with a deep arm-drag. Wrist Lock Exchange. Wheeler wastes time celebrating his kick up. Pac with The Big Boot. Pac bodyslams Wheeler. Pac tags in Pentagon. Pentagon with The Flying Dropkick for a two count. Wheeler with a forearm smash. Chop Exchange. Wheeler kicks Pentagon in the gut. Pentagon SuperKicks Wheeler. Cero Miedo. Wheeler clotheslines Pentagon. Wheeler tags in Idolo. Idolo hooks the outside leg for a two count. Pentagon with an inside cradle for a two count. Idolo kicks Pentagon in the gut. Idolo sends Pentagon to the corner. Idolo with a running elbow smash. Idolo goes for a Bodyslam, but Pentagon lands back on his feet. Pentagon tags in Fenix. Fenix dives over Idolo. Idolo kicks Fenix in the gut. Idolo sends Fenix to the ring apron. Fenix with an Apron Enzuigiri. Fenix with The Slingshot Hurricanrana. Fenix dropkicks Idolo for a one count. Fenix with a basement dropkick. Fenix applies a front face lock. Fenix tags in Pentagon.

Following a snap mare takeover, Triple Roundhouse Kick. Triple Basement Dropkick. Pentagon applies a wrist lock. Pentagon tags in Rhodes. Rhodes hammers down on the right shoulder of Idolo. Rhodes applies a wrist lock. Idolo with a forearm smash. Idolo taunts Pac. Team Black gangs up on Pac behind the referee’s back. Idolo tags in Black. Black goes for a Vertical Suplex, but Rhodes lands back on his feet. Rhodes tags in Fenix. Fenix kicks Black in the face. Fenix avoids the double clothesline. Fenix with a Handspring Double Cutter. Fenix with a Spinning Back to Idolo. Fenix slaps Black in the chest. Fenix with The SpringBoard Hurricanrana. Fenix thrust kicks the left knee of Idolo. Fenix with The Roundhouse Kick. Fenix gets distracted by Tully. Fenix blasts FTR off the apron. Black blocks a foot from Fenix. Black with a back heel trip. Black slams Fenix’s head on the top turnbuckle pad. Black with a flurry of bodyshots in the corner. Black with Three Mid-Kicks. Black applies a front face lock. Idolo tags himself in. Idolo kicks Fenix in the gut. Idolo with a knife edge chop. Idolo stomps on Fenix’s back and chest. Idolo tags in Harwood.

Wish Bone Attack. Harwood with a basement lariat for a one count. Harwood applies a rear chin lock. Fenix with heavy bodyshots. Harwood applies a side headlock. Fenix with a Belly to Back Suplex. Harwood tags in Wheeler. Wheeler stops Fenix in his tracks. Wheeler with a Snap Vertical Suplex. Wheeler puts his knee on the back of Fenix’s neck. Tully attacks Fenix behind the referee’s back. Black kicks Fenix in the face. Wheeler applies a rear chin lock. Wheeler tags in Black. Black with a Mid-Kick. Following a snap mare takeover, Black with a knee drop. Black applies a waist lock. Idolo tags himself in. Idolo attacks the midsection of Fenix. Idolo tags in Wheeler. Wheeler with a knee lift. Wheeler tees off on Fenix. Wheeler rakes the eyes of Fenix. Fenix avoids The Tiger Feint Kick. Fenix ducks a clothesline from Wheeler. Fenix with a Rebound Hook Kick. Pentagon and Idolo are tagged in. Pentagon with The Flying Crossbody Block. Pentagon rocks Harwood with a forearm smash. Pentagon with a Cazadora Double DDT. Idolo kicks Pentagon in the gut. Idolo with the irish whip. Pentagon drops Idolo with The Backstabber for a two count. Pentagon slaps Idolo in the chest. Idolo sends Pentagon to the corner. Pac tags himself in. Pac with a SpringBoard Shotgun Dropkick. Pac nails Black with The Pump Kick. Pac with two running uppercuts. Pac side steps Black into the ropes. Pac with a Release German Suplex. Pac hits The Fosbury Flop. Pac rolls Idolo back into the ring.

Black runs interference. Pac with a shoulder block. Pac slips over Idolo’s back. Pac with Two Spinning Back Kicks. Pac kicks Idolo in the chest. Pac with a Running Boot. Wheeler with a fireman’s carry backbreaker. Pentagon answers with The Pentagon Driver. Harwood ducks a clothesline from Pentagon. Harwood with The PileDriver. Fenix with a Double SpringBoard Missile Dropkick. Balck whips Fenix across the ring. Black avoids The Rebound Hook Kick. Black with a Jumping Knee Strike. Rhodes kicks Black in the gut. Rhodes with a Twisting Vertical Suplex. Rhodes inadvertently superkicks Pac. Idolo with a neckbreaker onto the knee. Idolo with The Spin Out Elbow Drop. Idolo goes for The Shotgun Meteora, but Pac counters with an Overhead Belly to Belly Suplex into the turnbuckles. Jose gets in the way of Arn and Tully’s in-ring confrontation. Double Haymaker. Arn backs away from FTR. Fenix with a Flying Double Crossbody Block. Pentagon with Two SlingBlades. Lucha Brothers clotheslines FTR over the top rope. Pentagon lands The SomerSault Plancha. Fenix with a Flying Crossbody Block to the outside. Pac prepares for The Black Arrow. Black blinds Pac with the black mist. Black nails Rhodes with The Black Mass. Idolo connects with The Hammerlock DDT to pickup the victory.

Winner: (8-1) Malakai Black, (6-3) Andrade El Idolo, (34-8) FTR via Pinfall 

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Author: Josh Lopez