Preview: AEW Dynamite (6/1/22) – Fallout from Double or Nothing

AEW Dynamite Fallout From Double or Nothing

After a week-long residency in Las Vegas, All Elite Wrestling makes its debut in “The City of Angels” Los Angeles, California as AEW Dynamite emanates from the Kia Forum this Wednesday night. Only days removed from an unforgettable Double or Nothing, AEW and its stars deal with the massive fallout on Dynamite. Last Sunday saw blood spilled, as grudges were settled, and rivalries finally reached their respective final chapters.

Plus, we saw the crowning of a brand new AEW World Champion, in what’s considered the biggest match in the company’s short history. Two matches have been officially announced, thus far, making this edition one of the most unpredictable shows in recent memory. Let’s not keep anyone waiting any longer. It’s Wednesday night, and you know what that means! Time for the post Double or Nothing edition of AEW Dynamite. Let’s run it down.

Full AEW Dynamite Match Card:

  • 8-Man Tag Team Match: Jurassic Express, Christian Cage & Matt Hardy vs. The Undisputed Elite
  • Daniel Garcia vs. Jon Moxley
  • Wardlow vs JD Drake
  • Britt Baker & Jamie Hayter vs Toni Storm & Ruby Soho
  • Johnny Elite Open Challenge
  • We Hear from MJF
  • CM Punk, Dax Harwood & Cash Wheeler vs Max Caster & Gunn Club

What To Expect on AEW Dynamite:

  • New AEW World Champion CM Punk Speaks
  • #AllElite Signees Athena, Stokely Hathaway, & RUSH Make Their Presence Felt
  • Winners of The Owen Hart Foundation Tournament Adam Cole & Dr. Britt Baker, D.M.D Address AEW Fans
  • The Road to AEWxNJPW: The Forbidden Door Begins

A Battle in L.A.

Both sides of this eight-man tag team affair saw tremendous success last Sunday at Double or Nothing. The team of Jungle Boy and Luchasaurus, under the guidance of veteran Christian Cage, managed to cling on to their AEW World Tag Team Championship. On the same night, the dream match-up dubbed “Elite vs. Delete” saw The Hardys walk away victorious after a grueling affair against The Young Bucks.

This Wednesday, The Undisputed Elite looks to keep the ball rolling after a great night they had in Las Vegas. Aside from The Young Bucks’ off night, Adam Cole won The Owen Hart Foundation Men’s Tournament, while Kyle O’Reilly stole the show with Darby Allin and came away the winner. Which team can build off of that momentum this Wednesday night on Dynamite?

Mano a Mano

While the Jericho Appreciation Society won the Anarchy in the Arena, they did not leave unscathed. The team of Eddie KingstonJon MoxleyBryan Danielson, and Santana and, Ortiz, put them through one hell of a fight back at Double or Nothing. The brawl didn’t even hit the ring until later in the match, as fights broke out across the T-Mobile arena. The #AllElite fans witnessed chaos incarnate, as these two teams dismantled and mutilated each other.

A huge part of this bloody war was Jon Moxley and Daniel Garcia. Both competitors went out of their way to inflict unimaginable pain on one another. This, Wednesday, fans will be in attendance to see it again. Who will come out on top? Will Garcia win another one for the JAS, or will Moxley exact a measure of revenge for himself?

Stay tuned to the Last Word on Pro Wrestling for more on this and other stories from around the world of wrestling, as they develop. You can always count on LWOPW to be on top of the major news in the wrestling world. As well as to provide you with analysis, previews, videos, interviews, and editorials on the wrestling world.  You can catch AEW Dynamite Wednesday nights at 8 PM ET on TBS and AEW Dark: Elevation (Monday nights) and AEW: Dark (Tuesday nights) at 7 PM ET on YouTube. AEW Rampage airs on TNT at 10 PM EST every Friday night.