AEW Dynamite Results 10/16/19
Here are your quick and dirty, editorial-free AEW Dynamite results for October 16, 2019. The episode featured a Philadelphia Street Fight for the AEW Championship, a pair of Tag Team Championship tournament matches, an AEW Women’s Championship match, and more. Make sure you’re here tomorrow for the complete Ins and Outs of Dynamite column.
AEW Dynamite Results:
1. AEW Tag Team Championship Tournament Match: SCU defeated Best Friends. Lucha Bros. attacked SCU before the match, injuring Christopher Daniels with a package piledriver on the ramp. Scorpio Sky subbed in for Daniels at the last second so they wouldn’t have to forfeit the match, and ended up winning the fall after a powerbomb/dropkick combination. SCU moves on to face the Dark Order in the semi-finals of the tournament.
2. Santana and Ortiz defeated John Silver and Alex Reynolds in a quick match with the Street Sweeper powerbomb/top rope blockbuster combination. After the match, Chris Jericho appeared via video and challenged The Young Bucks on behalf of Ortiz and Santana for Full Gear.
3. AEW Women’s Championship Match: Riho (c) defeated Dr. Britt Baker DMD. Riho countered Baker’s mandible claw submission into a pin to win the match and retain the championship. After the match, the two women shook hands.
4. AEW Tag Team Championship Tournament Match: Lucha Bros. defeated Jurassic Express. Marko Stunt subbed in for the injured Luchasaurus. Stunt lost to a package piledriver/double-stomp combo.
5. Kenny Omega and Hangman Adam Page defeated PAC and Jon Moxley. Moxley tried to get into a barbed wire fight with Omega again, but PAC took the weapons away, telling Moxley to think and not get them disqualified. Moxley got mad, hit PAC with a Paradigm Shift, and walked out. Page and Omega followed that up by hitting PAC with a lariat, a V-Trigger, and the Dead Eye to win the match.
— All Elite Wrestling (@AEWrestling) October 17, 2019
6. Philadelphia Street Fight for the AEW World Championship: Chris Jericho (c) defeated Darby Allin. Jericho taped Allin’s hands behind his back to keep him from fighting, but Allin continued doing dropkicks, high flying moves, and even a springboard moonsault. Ultimately Jake Hager showed up and punched out Allin, allowing Jericho to lock him in the Liontamer to win the match. Afterward, the Inner Circle celebrated in the ring with a little bit of the bubbly.
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