Dynamite opens with the Elite and FTR making their way to the ring ahead of their 12-man tag match with the Dark Order and Colt Cabana.
The Dark Order and Colt Cabana defeat the Elite and FTR with a Discuss Lariat
The Elite and FTR control the match in the early stages, with the team keeping control of Nine in the corner with quick tags and double team offence. This leads to Hangman Adam Page hitting a standing shooting star press to Nine, but the pin is broken up by the Dark Order.
The Dark Order then dominate Omega in the corner, but he escapes with a tilt-a-whirl backbreaker to Five of the Dark Order before tagging in Dax Harwood.
Harwood then tags in Cash Wheeler and Page, showing the unity that Page has with FTR as the three men look for tandem Sharp Shooters to the Dark Order members.
Matt Jackson holds Five in a wheelbarrow before Nick Jackson hits him with a cutter, rolling straight through to the to rope, diving off to take out the rest of the Dark Order.
Dax Harwood comes into the ring but immediately tweaks his knee. His team helps him get to his feet, apart from Omega, leaving him at a 6-on-1 disadvantage. The Young Bucks get back to the apron after helping Harwood to his feet, but Wheeler and Page help him to the back, leaving the Elite at a disadvantage.
The Dark Order control Matt in the corner whilst wiping out Nick and Omega at ringside. Matt avoids a spear into the corner from Stu Grayson, but he can’t get the hot tag to Nick as Evil Uno pulls Nick off the apron.
But Hangman finally returns and gets the hot tag, wiping out the entire Dark Order and hitting a moonsault to all of the members except Brodie Lee, who watches on the apron.
Page throws Five into the corner, daring Lee to tag in so that they can finally face off.
The two share some stiff strikes, but as Page looks to run the ropes, Uno and Grayson pull them down to send him to the outside, allowing Lee to hit a suicide dive before Colt Cabana hits a Chicago Skyline for two.
Lee looks for a discuss lariat to Page, but he is met by a double superkick from the Young Bucks before a snap dragon suplex – double superkick combo.
Page then looks to end the match with the Buckshot Lariat but Lee ducks it, making Page almost wipe out Omega, before instantly hitting the Discuss Lariat to win the match.
As we return from the break, we see Trent’s mum Sue dropping the Best Friends off at the arena in her minivan ahead of their match with Santana and Ortiz.
Best Friends defeat Santana and Ortiz with a roll up
Throughout the match, Santana and Ortiz continually work the back of Trent and cut off his tags to Chuck Taylor, slamming him into the apron, throwing into the barricade and hitting back breakers to him.
Santana and Ortiz look to hit Trent with a double suplex, but he lands on his feet and tags in Chuck to give the Best Friends control.
After Chuck runs wild, he tags Trent back in with Ortiz perched on the top rope. Trent looks for a superplex, but his damaged backs prevents him from doing it, so he gets on Chuck’s shoulders for support to hit the superplex.
Trent looks to tag Chuck back in, but Santana throws him into the barricade. Ortiz hits a sit out powerbomb into a knee strike from Santana for a two.
Ortiz then looks to set him up for the Street Sweeper, but Trent rolls him up to win the match for the Best Friends, leaving Ortiz shocked in the middle of the ring.
After the match, we go backstage to MJF’s campaign headquarters ahead of his AEW Title match at All Out.
MJF asks his campaign manager about the polls, with MJF having 100% of the vote to Jon Moxely’s -88%. He then addresses the title match tonight between Darby Allin and Moxley, sarcastically saying that it would suck if he had to face a 125-pound emo at All Out.
Matt Hardy then comes to the ring, saying that he will now be focusing on being Matt Hardy instead of showcasing the multiverse of Matt Hardy.
Hardy then says that he has the back of the Private Party and that he offered that same help to Sammy Guevara, but says he no longer wants to help him, he wants to hurt him.
Guevara sneaks into the ring to attack Hardy from behind, but he knows that the Spanish God is there, saying “Sammy I knew you’d come” before the two men brawl.
Hardy sets up a table on the outside, but Sammy gets him on the table, busting him open by throwing a chair in his face before putting him through the table with a 630 from the ramp.
We then go backstage to Santana and Ortiz who start to bust the windows of Trent’s mums minivan with a sledgehammer and mad ball before spraying painting Sue with a cross through it on the hood.
As we return from the break John Silver and Alex Reynolds come to the ring ahead of their tag team match with Cody and the debuting Matt Cardona.
Cody and Matt Cardona defeat John Silver and Alex Reynolds with Radio Silence
Cody and Cardona control the early stages of the match, with Silver only getting flashes of offence as his bigger opponents overpower him.
But the Dark Order take control of the match after Cody injures his left shoulder on the ring post.
John Silver controls Cody in the corner with some stiff kicks, but Cody escapes with a scoop slam before getting the tag to Cardona.
The Dark Order get a two with an incredible double team offence sequence, but Cardona comes back and hits the Radio Silence, formerly the Rough Ryder, to win the match.
As Cody heads backstage, he is met in the tunnel by Scorpio Sky. The SCU member eyes the TNT Championship and taps it, challenging Cody to a match.
We then go backstage to Trent’s mums van and a distraught Best Friends. Trent offers Santana and Ortiz a rematch and if they win, they have to call Trent’s mum to apologise.
We then comeback from the break to Justin Roberts in the ring ahead of the debate between Chris Jericho and Orange Cassidy.
Roberts announces that the special guest moderator will be Eric Bischoff, returning to TNT for the first time in 20 years.
Bischoff announces that the debate will be five questions selected by AEW fans on social media, with neither man seeing the questions before the debate.
The first question asks why Chris Jericho and Orange Cassidy hate each other.
Before Jericho answers, he thanks Orange Cassidy for dressing for the occasion who came in his regular ring gear. Cassidy then puts on a clip-on tie over his gear.
Jericho then says that critics, historians and himself all laugh at Orange Cassidy behind his back, labelling him a flash in the pan. Bischoff gives him the opportunity to respond, but he stays silent.
Bischoff then asks who the better wrestler and the bigger star is between the two of them.
Jericho runs down his list of accolades before saying that Cassidy’s only achievement was winning the Biggest Slack Off award in his High School Yearbook before saying he would have kicked his ass and stole his girlfriend if they were in school together.
Cassidy once again does not take his opportunity to respond.
Bischoff’s third question asks the two men about the constant rising sea levels. Jericho says that this is irrelevant and refuses to answer.
Orange Cassidy then gets on the mic, breaking down the global warming reasoning behind the rising sea levels and outlines the ramifications of this. Jericho is left speechless with his mouth wide open at Cassidy’s eloquent response.
The fourth questions asks the two men why Orange Cassidy is popular. Jericho says that Cassidy reminds the people at home of themselves, with them all being lazy slobs. Cassidy once again doesn’t respond.
The final question asks both men why the rematch matters to both men. Jericho starts to answer but Orange Cassidy tells him to shut up.
Cassidy says that he knows he only booked the debate to try and embarrass him, booking a guy who doesn’t talk in a verbal debate.
Orange goes on to say that he doesn’t care about the debate, but he does care about the match because it’s the biggest of his career, but it’s also Chris Jericho’s biggest match too. He asks Jericho to imagine how embarrassed he would be if he got beat by the guy who puts his hands in his pockets.
Bischoff announces Cassidy the winner for his global warming-based response, with Jericho saying that he hated Bischoff for 22 years. Hager then attacks Cassidy before Jericho hits the Judas Effect.
After the break, Tony Schiavone is interviewing Britt Baker. Baker says she has had time to think about who Big Swole should face to earn a match with her at all out, choosing Reba/Rebel.
Rebel originally doesn’t want to take the match, but reluctantly rolls into the ring.
Big Swole defeats Rebel
Swole immediately controls Rebel and starts to mock Britt Baker from the ring, allowing Rebel to jump her from behind.
Rebel slams Swole’s head into the mat and climbs to the top rope, before wobbling and going back down to the second, but misses with a moonsault. Swole replies instantly with a big strike to earn her match with Baker.
After the break, Darby Allin makes his way to the ring as he prepares to challenge Jon Moxley for the AEW Championship. Allin comes to the ring with a Moxley mask on his face and the word champ written across his face and body.
Jon Moxley defeats Darby Allin with the Paradigm Shift
Moxley immediately rips the mask off of Allin’s face before overpowering him with strikes and throwing him around the ring.
The AEW Champion looks to throw Allin out of the ring, but Allin hits a top rope arm drag before hitting a suicide dive to Moxley onto the ramp.
The two men brawl up the ramp, but Moxley throws Darby off the ramp and into the ring post.
As we come back from the break, Darby is still reeling in pain on the ramp, but he pulls Moxley’s head into the top rope before hitting him with a dive out of the ring. Moxley gets to the apron but Darby stamps on his hand on top of the ring post, before diving onto him as he retreats.
Allin hits Moxley with a Code Red before climbing to the top rope to look for a Coffin Drop, but Moxley gets to him and suplexes him off the top rope.
As Moxley gets back to his feet, Wardlow makes his way down the ramp to disctract referee Rick Knox, allowing MJF to hit Moxley with the title behind his back.
Allin, having not seen what happened to Moxley, claims to the top rope and hits Moxley with the Coffin Drop, but he can only get two.
Darby looks for another Coffin Drop, but Moxley catches him straight into a sleeper hold. The challenger refuses to give up and Moxley hits him with a package pile driver but can only get two.
Moxley picks Allin’s lifeless body up and hits him with the Paradigm Shift to retain the title. After the match, Moxley holds Allin close and gives him words of advice, whilst MJF is annoyed watching on backstage.