Last night, we witnessed a fifteen-match card. Here are the AEW Dark results, and an in-depth match analysis of the main event of the evening.
AEW Dark: Results (6/29/2021)
- Wardlow defeated Baron Black via Referee’s Decision (2:33)
- Lee Johnson defeated Vary Morales (5:31)
- Abadon defeated Hyan (2:03)
- Powerhouse Hobbs defeated Marko Stunt (0:51)
- Lance Archer defeated Kenny Bengal (2:01)
- Tay Conti defeated Charlette Renegade (2:22)
- The Factory (Aaron Solow & QT Marshall) defeated Chad Lennex & Zachariah (4:21)
- Frankie Kazarian defeated JD Drake (5:54)
- Angelico defeated Arjun Singh (2:31)
- Nyla Rose defeated Holidead (1:20)
- The Blade defeated Sonny Kiss (7:00)
- Julia Hart defeated Ashley D’Amboise (2:37)
- The Dark Order (Colt Cabana, Evil Uno, & Stu Grayson) defeated The Hardy Family Office (Isiah Kassidy, Jack Evans, & Marq Quen) (7:47)
- Shawn Dean defeated JDX (4:06)
AEW Dark In-Depth Match Analysis
The Wingmen (Cezar Bononi & Ryan Nemeth) vs. Jake St. Patrick & Sage Scott
In the main event of the evening, we have… a jobber match. In the main event? Okay, AEW. I’ll play your game.
This match features my least favorite team in professional wrestling – The Wingmen – taking on Sage Scott and Jake St. Patrick. Dear God, please let the jobbers win.
Nemeth starts off with a fireman’s carry slam, just to show off on the younger Jake St. Patrick. Our favorite part of this entire match comes from the commentary itself, as is common with AEW Dark. I could not care less about this match. Nemeth and Bononi tag in and out. St. Patrick and Scott mount a small comeback, but that does not amount to much. At the finish of the match, Nemeth lands a neck breaker to pin his opponent and win.
Wow, it’s hard to believe AEW allowed this match to the main event their B-show. Even for a B-show, that was difficult. I’m typically a very positive wrestling fan, but this show can be very difficult to watch – especially with main events like this one. At least the Sydal vs. Evans contest had a slight story to this and it went over five minutes. This was not a match you sould go out of my way to watch. Sorry, AEW fans, we’ll try again next week.
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