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AEW Dynamite Results – March 11, 2020

Richard Hughes runs down the results from tonight’s episode of AEW Dynamite.

Dynamite continues amid closures and cancellations world wide due to the coronavirus…

Tony Schiavone asked Adam Page who his tag partner for the main event would be. Page said it was someone he trusts and has known for a long time, but not either of The Young Bucks, who were standing next to him for this interview.

Cody defeated Ortiz, submitting him with the Figure Four.

Lance Archer and Jake “The Snake” Roberts entered the arena shortly after the match began and watched it from the front row. At one point, Archer nearly jumped the rail and got involved in the match but was held back by Roberts, and the two left.

Santana attacked Cody after the match, but Arn Anderson, Matt Jackson, and Kenny Omega ran him off. Chris Jericho, Jake Hager, and Sammy Guevara appeared on the big screen and Jericho cut a promo about the upcoming Inner Circle vs. Elite match at Blood & Guts.

Nyla Rose and Bea Priestley defeated Kris Statlander and Hikaru Shida when Rose pinned Shida after a Beast Bomb.

After the match, Priestley posed with the AEW Women’s World Championship before throwing it to Rose.

In the style of the Dark Order recruitment videos, Christopher Daniels cut a promo saying the Dark Order sucks and the Exalted One doesn’t exist. He challenged Evil Uno and Stu Grayson to singles matches.

MJF, The Butcher, and The Blade defeated Jurassic Express (Mark Stunt, Jungle Boy, and Luchasaurus.) MJF tapped out Stunt with Salt of the Earth.

A black-and-white film by Darby Allin threatened Jericho and Guevara. In an interview with Tony Schiavone, Britt Baker insulted the Salt Late City crowd and said she was their role model. Big Swole interrupted Baker and the two traded insults until Baker ran away.

The Death Triangle (Pac, Pentagón Jr., and Rey Fénix) defeated Joey Janela and Private Party.

Pac pinned Janela after hitting the Black Arrow. Death Triangle attacked their opponents after the match, but Best Friends and Orange Cassidy saved them.

In a backstage interview, Dustin Rhodes cut a promo on the Inner Circle and said he would be Page’s partner whether he liked it or not. A montage of men auditioning to be Shawn Spears’ tag team partner played.

Lucha Bros vs. Best Friends and an appearance by the Exalted One were announced for next week. An Inner Circle vs. Elite six-man tag was announced for the week after next and the rules of the Blood & Guts match were explained. A prerecorded interview by Jim Ross with Jon Moxley played.

“Hangman” Adam Page and Dustin Rhodes defeated Chris Jericho and Sammy Guevara. Page pinned Guevara with the Buck Shot lariat.

The show ended with the Inner Circle and The Elite brawling, with Jericho’s larger group coming out on top.

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