Blood & Guts, Luchasaurus, Christian Cage win AEW Dynamite

This week on AEW Dynamite, Luchasurus joined Christian Cage, the Blackpool Combat Club took on the Jericho Appreciation Society, and more!

AEW was back in action just days after the critically acclaimed Forbidden Door PPV. The Blood & Guts edition of Dynamite featured their signature War Games-style matchup, the culmination of a long-running feud between The Jericho Appreciation Society and The Blackpool Combat Club.

If extreme violence isn’t your thing, there was plenty else on the card to satisfy any wrestling fan. Championship matches, comedic matches, and a few surprises rounded out the incredible card.

AEW made its debut in the great city of Detroit, Michigan. Throughout the show, the 13,000+ fans were ecstatic, and the massive crowd created unforgettable visuals during the Blood & Guts match. Here are the Blood & Guts winners and losers!

Winner: Orange Cassidy Regains Victory

Orange Cassidy kicked off the show by introducing Jane by Jefferson Starship as his theme song. He’d go toe-to-toe with the beefier Ethan Page of American Top Team.  Every time Cassidy attempted to speed up the match, All-Ego cut him down.

Christian Cage Debuts a New Look Luchasaurus

Fans expected to see Cage in a match, but he informed us that the match he requested was not available. Luchasaurus debuted a new look, the heel version. He entered the ring and defeated Serpentico with a modified version of Jungle Boy’s snare trap.

Losers: The Gunn Club & The Acclaimed

There appear to be some schisms among the A** Boys. The Acclaimed and The Gunn Club’s highly charismatic factions sought vengeance on Danhausen for the prank song he wrote for Colton and Austin. Danhausen’s mystery partners, on the other hand, were none other than FTR, the ROH, IWGP, and AAA tag team champions. Danhausen came over more than usual because he’s from Detroit, and FTR looked great as usual.

The Blackpool Combat Club triumphs in a bloodbath

The Jericho Appreciation Society had the man advantage going into the match. However, the edge only helped them in spurts. Kingston, Moxley, and company were so filled with rage that they dominated for long stretches of the game. To their credit, The Jericho Appreciation Society held their own in what was essentially a 12-man death match.

Chris Jericho escaped the cage and climbed to the top, capping off the lunacy. Eddie Kingston was hot on his tail. Sammy Guevara came to Jericho’s aid just as Kingston was about to throw him off the cliff. Unfortunately for Sammy, he was thrown off the top of the cage in a spectacular location.

In The Walls Of Jericho, Jericho placed Kingston on top of the cage, but Claudio intervened and broke it up. Claudio then gave Jericho the giant swing from the top of the steel in one of the most iconic scenes imaginable. Matt Menard put an end to that, but he became a sharpshooter as a result.

 

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