AEW Dynamite Results and Analysis (9/29/21)

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AEW Dynamite hailed from Rochester, NY on Wednesday night, the home of the late Brodie Lee. The show was set to honor him as it kicked off with a graphic “In Memory of Brodie Lee.” The Dark Order leader saw his group come together for the first time in months to work together in tag action but that was not all. A TNT Championship would main event the night while Adam Cole would kick off the show in a first-time matchup against Jungle Boy. Here’s a look at the AEW Dynamite results.

AEW Dynamite Results & Match Ratings (9/29/21)

— Jungle Boy vs. Adam Cole

Winner: Adam Cole

Rating: 4.00 (****)

— Dante Martin & Matt Sydal vs. Cody Rhodes & Lee Johnson

Winner: Cody Rhodes & Lee Johnson

Rating: 2.75 (**3/4)

— Jon Moxley, Eddie Kingston, & Darby Allin vs. Anthony Greene & Bear Country

Winner: Jon Moxley, Eddie Kingston, & Darby Allin

Rating: 2.50 (**1/2)

— HFO (Matt Hardy, The Butcher, The Blade, The Hybrid 2, Jora Johl, & Private Party) vs. Orange Cassidy & The Dark Order (John Silver, Alex Reynolds, Pres10 Vance, Evil Uno, Stu Grayson, Colt Cabana, Alan “V” Angels)

Winner: Orange Cassidy & The Dark Order

Rating: 2.50 (**1/2)

— Anna Jay & Tay Conti vs. Penelope Ford & The Bunny

Winner: Anna Jay & Tay Conti

Rating: 1.00 (*)

— TNT Championship: Miro (c) vs. Sammy Guevara

Winner: Sammy Guevara

Rating: 3.50 (***1/2)

AEW Dynamite Results: In-Depth Match Analysis

TNT Championship: Miro (c) vs. Sammy Guevara

Miro vs Sammy Guevara AEW Dynamite results
Credit: AEW

The dominance of Miro would be put to task on Wednesday night as he would have to contest “The Spanish God,” who would be doing his best to win the TNT Championship. What made this a special match for Sammy Guevara was that he was not only trying to win the gold but stand up for his friend Fuego Del Sol who had seen his car get taken from him following a match with Miro. It was a story of friendship and revenge that one could feel throughout the match.

Once the bout got going, Guevara showed that he was going to try striking early and often, but Miro made it difficult to do so. The early going saw the champion overpower Guevara, not giving him time to breathe or get an ounce of offense. Every moment of the match saw the mountain get steeper for Guevara to overcome until he hit the ultimate “Hail Mary.” As Miro went for a Running Clothesline, Guevara turned it into a Standing Spanish Fly, changing the match dramatically. The 90-10 offensive output dramatically shifted to 50-50 action for the remainder of the match, giving Guevara a fighting chance to try and win. Miro and Guevara would exchange offense back and forth before a massive Superkick was hit by the champion, signaling the end of the line for the challenger.

Miro would take the time to rip off every turnbuckle, allowing Guevara to get the wherewithal to fight back. “The Redeemer” would get to the final turnbuckle before Fuego Del Sol ran out before he was smashed into the ground. That was enough for “The Spanish God,” as he’d throw the face of Miro into the turnbuckle. He would hit the signature Tornado DDT of Fuego before hitting a GTH and the 630 Splash to win the TNT Championship for the first time. The match was the perfect moment for Rochester, as they had waited over a year and a half to get this show. Guevara’s rise from the troubled Inner Circle rising star to the high-flying, far more likable babyface made for a perfect moment Wednesday night. The match itself did everything it needed to show that this was Guevara’s time as he can beat anyone no matter their dominance.

While many will liken it to “David versus Goliath,” this was far different from the norm of that story. Guevara had the confidence from start to finish that made his win and future reign a special one.

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