• BREAKING NEWS: JEFF HARDY DEBUTS ON AEW DYNAMITE
Below are the results from tonight’s AEW Dynamite so far:
– Chris Jericho kicked off tonight’s AEW Dynamite and talked about his loss to Eddie Kingston at Revolution.
He said he owes Eddie Kingston an apology for not shaking his hand at Revolution as he promised he would, and called Eddie to the ring.
Eddie came out and said he was afraid of facing Jericho as he has lost every big match he’s had, but the fans gave him the courage. Eddie said that handshake wasn’t his problem, it was his.
Jericho said Eddie is right and offered a handshake.
Daniel Garcia & 2.0 came out and attacked Eddie. Santana & Ortiz tried to make the save but Jericho & Jake Hager turned on them and align with Garcia & 2.0.
Jericho said they are “The Jericho Appreciation Society”. You can watch it below:
– “Hangman” Adam Page (c) def. Dante Martin to retain the AEW World Championship
After the match, Page praised Dante, but Adam Cole interrupted. Cole said he took Hangman to his limit and Page defeated him by fluke. Cole issued a challenge – himself and 2 men that know Hangman very well vs. Hangman and 2 partners of his choosing.
– Jon Moxley & Bryan Danielson def. The Workhorsemen
After the match, William Regal fought back tears and said 29 years ago Tony Schiavone helped him in more ways than he can imagine.
Regal said 20 years ago, he met Bryan. Regal said that Bryan is the Wrestler that he should’ve been as he is the perfect wrestler. Regal met Moxley 11 years ago and called him the perfect sadist.
Regal sent a warning to the rest of the AEW Tag Team Division to step up or else they will be stepped on.
– Pac def. Wheeler Yuta
– Matt Hardy got voted out of the AHFO and he got attacked by all the members. Sting & Darby Allin then came out to make the save. Sting and Darby were having trouble due to the numbers and Jeff Hardy then made his AEW debut to make the save!
You can watch it below:
ON THIS DAY IN NWA HISTORY (MARCH 9, 1985) – CHAMPIONSHIP WRESTLING FROM GEORGIA
On this day in 1985, Ole Anderson aired an episode of his new TV show ‘Championship Wrestling From Georgia’ on Ted Turner’s channel TBS.
The story was that after Vince McMahon’s WWF bought the ‘Georgia Championship Wrestling’ territory and the TBS timeslot that came with it, too many people complained to Ted Turner’s TV station, that they want to see their well known NWA wrestlers again, instead of the new WWF program that they got as a replacement.
So therefore Ole Anderson received a seperate morning time slot on TBS for his new promotion ‘Championship Wrestling From Georgia’, that had several NWA Wrestling Superstars on their show.
You can find the card below:
– TV Champion Bob Roop vs. Randy Barber
– Thunderbolt Patterson vs. Greg Stone
– Siegfried vs. David Fields
– Ivan Koloff vs. Henry Mills
– National Heavyweight Champion Ron Garvin vs. Devil Blue
– Kareem Muhammad vs. Brickhouse Brown
– The Avenger vs. Mark Hill
– Tommy Rich vs. Rip Rogers (w/Brenda Britton)