AEW Dynamite Results

AEW Dynamite Results: Bryan Danielson Stifles Chris Jericho; Jon Moxley Knocks Out Sammy Guevara!

AEW Dynamite’s quest to find its new world champion continued as the episode that was broadcasted live from the MVP Arena in New York featured yet another championship tournament bout. The stakes were high on September 14, as Bryan Danielson faced off against Chris Jericho for the second time in less than a month, and Jon Moxley clashed against Sammy Guevara in a grueling encounter.

In the women’s division, Athena and Toni Storm took to the ring to battle Serena Deeb and Britt Baker in a high-voltage tag match. Elsewhere in the night, Powerhouse Hobbs locked horns against Matt DiMartino while the Lucha Bros were in action against the Swerve in our Glory.

AEW Dynamite Grand Slam featured five matches including Bryan Danielson vs. Jon Moxley for the AEW World Championship and the real main event of The Acclaimed vs. Swerve in Our Glory for the AEW World Tag Team Championship.

AEW Dynamite Grand Slam also saw the arrival of Saraya, formerly known as Paige, who was subject of return rumors as both WWE and AEW reportedly showed interest. Saraya saved Athena and Toni Storm from a beatdown at the hands of Britt Baker, Jamie Hayter and Serena Deeb. Saraya will be a welcomed addition to an AEW women’s division that, despite not being short on talent, has gone ice cold.

Last week’s broadcast of AEW Dynamite was up big with 1.175 million viewers.

 What is AEW Dynamite?

AEW Dynamite, also known as Wednesday Night Dynamite or simply Dynamite, is an American professional wrestling television program produced by the American promotion All Elite Wrestling (AEW). It airs every Wednesday at 8 p.m. Eastern Time (ET) on TBS. The show was originally aired on TBS’s sister channel, TNT, from October 2019 to December 2021. AEW Dynamite is the first professional wrestling program to air on TBS since the final episode of WCW Thunder on March 21, 2001.

Since premiering, Dynamite has received widespread critical acclaim, with praise for its storylines, characters, and match quality. In 2020, TV Guide listed Dynamite at 57 of the top 100 shows on TV, saying “AEW Dynamite’s arrival was an electric jolt to mainstream wrestling, which had gotten creatively stagnant over the last few years.”


In the United States, Dynamite airs live Wednesdays on TBS at 8pm ET.[43] On January 15, 2020, it was announced that Warner Bros. Discovery had extended the contract for the series through 2023. The show originally aired on TBS’s sister channel, TNT, from October 2019 to December 2021.

On September 25, 2019, AEW announced an international streaming deal with FITE TV primarily for regions outside of the United States and Canada via the “AEW Plus” package, which includes live streaming and replay access of Dynamite in simulcast with its U.S. airing.

How did AEW do in the ratings?

AEW garnered 1.035 million viewers, up 1.5% from last week’s 1.020 million for the AEW All Out go home show. Dynamite did a 0.38 in the 18-49 demographic, which is up from 0.35. AEW Dynamite was No. 2 on cable for Wednesday night.

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