All Elite Wrestling is on the fast track to the 2023 edition of AEW Revolution. However, there are a few more stops along the way as AEW comes to sunny Phoenix, Arizona for another red-hot AEW Dynamite card. On this Wednesday’s episode of AEW Dynamite, the “Purveyor of Violence” squares off against Dark Order original Evil Uno, ahead of his showdown with “Hangman” Adam Page.
Plus, a Revolution Tag Team Battle Royale will commence on this night to determine who joins the AEW World Tag Team Champions The Gunns, The Acclaimed, and another team to square off in a four-way for the titles. It will be one heck of an episode, so don’t you dare miss it. It’s almost Wednesday night, and you know what that means! Here is a preview of AEW Dynamite. Let’s run it down.
Full AEW Dynamite Card Tonight:
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- Jon Moxley vs. Dark Order’s Evil Uno
- Revolution Tag Team Battle Royale
- AEW All-Atlantic Championship Match: Orange Cassidy (c) vs. Wheeler Yuta
- Skye Blue vs. Saraya
- The Acclaimed vs. The Firm’s Big Bill & Lee Moriarty
- We’ll Hear From Bryan Danielson Live In Phoenix
- Tony Khan Has An important Announcement
Taking On The Firm
The Acclaimed has one heck of a challenge this Wednesday night as they face off against The Firm’s Lee Moriarty and Big Bill. Max Caster and Anthony Bowens have had ups and downs over the past few weeks. Their biggest down came in the form of losing the AEW World Tag Team Titles against The Gunns. While it wasn’t a clean win, the result is what it is and Austin and Colten Gunn are indeed the rulers of the tag division.
Wanting to reclaim their titles as soon as possible, The Acclaimed invoked their rematch clause on March 5th’s Revolution making the three-way dance into a four-team affair. That said, they need to focus on the task at hand as they face off against an extremely talented duo of Moriarty and Big Bill.
These two have a lot to prove, and what better way to do it than defeating former tag team champions? Will The Firm rise in the rankings or The Acclaimed build momentum towards their championship rematch?
Dark Order Enemy Numero Uno
“Hangman” Adam Page fought and won a chaotic Singles Match against Kip Sabian on last week’s Dynamite. Unfortunately, the Cowboy could not celebrate for long as the Blackpool Combat Club marched down to the ring to confront him. Page immediately made it known that he wanted one more shot at Jon at Revolution. Hangman didn’t want to end their rivalry on such a controversial and sour note.
However, before Mox could make his reply, the Dark Order stormed the ring, evening out the odds. Evil Uno got in the face of Moxley, willing to defend Page’s honor. Jon would disrespectfully shrug it off, bypassed the Dark Order original, and laid down the challenge for a Texas Death Match at Revolution.
AEW management would make it official that same night. That said, Moxley ruffled a few feathers after overlooking Uno, setting up a clash between the two this Wednesday night. We haven’t seen this side of Evil Uno in a long time, begging the question, did Jon Moxley make a huge mistake ahead of his barbaric battle against Hangman Page? Find out this Wednesday night on an exciting episode of AEW Dynamite only on TBS!
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