All Elite Wrestling is back at it again this Wednesday night! Only this time it’s a “Championship Fight Night” edition of AEW Dynamite. Five matches on the card have some major championship implications. Making this night all the more exciting for the die-hard #AllElite fans. Fortunately, nobody has to wait any longer! It’s almost Wednesday night, and you know what that means! This is a preview of the AEW Dynamite card tonight. Let’s run it down.
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— AEW on TV (@AEWonTV) February 5, 2023
Full AEW Dynamite Card Tonight – Championship Fight Night:
- The Garcia-Guevara Gauntlet
- AEW Women’s World Championship Eliminator Match: Jamie Hayter vs. The Bunny
- RUSH vs. Bryan Danielson
- AEW World Trios Championship Match: The Elite (c) vs. Top Flight & AR Fox
- AEW World Tag Team Championship Match: The Acclaimed (c) vs. The Gunns
- AEW World Championship Eliminator Match: MJF vs. Konosuke Takeshita
Takeshita’s Toughest Task
Konosuke Takeshita has been nothing short of spectacular since becoming #AllElite back in November of last year. The Japanese sensation has had some tremendous matches, thus far, with the likes of Eddie Kingston, Jon Moxley, and more recently Bryan Danielson. This Wednesday night, Takeshita has the opportunity of a lifetime as he faces off against AEW World Champion MJF in an Eliminator match; if Konosuke wins, he earns a future shot at the gold.
MJF lined up Takeshita as the first obstacle for Bryan Danielson in his quest to secure a 60-Minute Iron Match against the champion at this March’s Revolution event. Unfortunately for MJF, Takeshita proved to be more of a thorn in his side than a mercenary willing to take out “The American Dragon.”
Once again, Takeshita stands in MJF’s way and the world champion is hellbent on halting the momentum of one of AEW’s best and brightest stars. Will Konosuke Takeshita achieve the biggest triumph of his burgeoning career? Or will MJF teach the young up-and-comer a lesson in why you shouldn’t mess with “The Salt of the Earth” in his first match since December?
Gunning for the Gold
To say that the rivalry between AEW World Tag Team Champions The Acclaimed and The Gunns has been personal is an understatement. Two teams who were once as thick as thieves now see themselves across from one another, battling for the richest tag team prize in all of AEW. This match is months in the making, and a lot has led up to this moment.
The Gunns are determined to prove their father Billy Gunn wrong in picking a side that is not theirs. In Austin and Colten Gunn’s minds, winning the gold is as much an honor as it is the biggest punch in the gut they can ever give to their legendary father. For The Acclaimed, it’s a chapter of their past they want to close once and for all. It’s The Acclaimed versus The Gunns for the AEW World Tag Team Championships! It all goes down this Wednesday night only on TBS!
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