AEW Dynamite (2/14/2024) Results: Copeland vs Garcia, Death Match, Samoa Joe, Young Bucks, More Set

AEW hosted its latest episode of AEW Dynamite on Wednesday, February 14, 2024, live from the HEB Center in Cedar Park, Texas.

This week's episode features Adam Copeland facing Daniel Garcia for a shot at the TNT Championship, Orange Cassidy facing Matt Taven in a Texas Death Match, Jon Moxley facing Dax Harwood, and more. The full results for the show are listed below.

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AEW Dynamite (2/14/2024).

  • The Young Bucks (Matthew & Nicholas Jackson) vs. Top Flight (Dante and Darius Martin)
  • Adam Copeland vs. Daniel Garcia
  • Toni Storm's new film, "Wet Ink" debuts
  • Texas Death Match: Orange Cassidy vs. Matt Taven.
  • Willow Nightingale vs. Skye Blue
  • We'll hear from Samoa Joe
  • We'll hear from Swerve Strickland
  • We'll hear from Adam Page
  • Jon Moxley vs. Dax Harwood

* Jon Moxley def. Dax Harwood

- After the match, Moxley refused to let go of the Rear Naked Choke. Cash Wheeler came out to attack Moxley. Claudio Castagnoli came out. The Blackpool Combat Club left FTR laid out.

- Don Callis is interviewed backstage by Renee Paquette. He announces that he is going to book Konosuke Takeshita vs. Will Ospreay for AEW Revolution because all of the focus and attention should be on the Don Callis Family

- Footage of Nicholas and Matthew Jackson arriving in their plane airs. They go from their plane to a limousine. They're still wearing the bloody outfits from last week.

* Wardlow def. Barrett Brown

* Adam Copeland vs. Daniel Garcia ends in a double disqualification as Christian Cage and The Patriarchy (Mother Wayne, Nick Wayne, and Killswitch) attack. Christian leaves Copeland lying after a Con-Chair-To.

- A recap of last week's match between Swerve Strickland and Hangman Page airs.

- Samoa Joe out to address his challengers at AEW Revolution. Joe said that he tried to reinstate a ranking system in order to ensure that only the best challengers get through he said that all changed when Swerve and Hanger wrestled to a draw but it didn't matter because he is pro wrestling. Strickland came out to confront him. Strickland says Joe seems to be making it more personal. Swerve says he's becoming one of the greatest of all time and tells Joe to put some respect on his name and resume. Adam Page interrupts both of them and wants to clarify that he's not mad about last week but if it was up to him, it would only be a singles match between him and Joe because Swerve doesn't deserve anything after what he's done to him. The segment would end with Joe cutting off their bickering by saying that as far as he's concerned he's going to whip both of their asses.

- Toni Storm's latest film, Wet Ink, premieres and centers around her getting an adjustment to her matching tattoo with Deonna Purrazzo as there is now a sword going through the duck. Storm says that she pitied Purrazzo when they were friends and that Purrazzo forgot who the star of the show was supposed to be. After the movie plays, Purrazzo speaks to Renee Paquette and simply says that she's going to break Toni's arm.

* The Young Bucks (Matthew & Nicholas Jackson) def. Top Flight (Dante and Darius Martin)

- After, The Bucks our interviewed by Tony Schiavone. Tony tries to give them the business about what they did to Sting. Nicholas Jackson gets physical with Tony and they tease hitting him with the EVP Trigger. Darby Allin comes out to make the save. Allin says he remembers having to beg Matthew and Nicholas for a job while all of their friends got one on TV when the company started. He said that he's thankful that there was one EVP that had a brain and he wasn't talking about Kenny. They agreed to be the tag team that faces Sting & Darby in Sting's final match.

- The Bang Bang Scissor Gang (Anthony Bowens & Max Caster & Billy Gunn & Colten Gunn & Austin Gunn & Jay White) agreed to compete in a 12-man Tag on Friday's episode of AEW Rampage

* Willow Nightingale def. Skye Blue

* Texas Deathmatch: Orange Cassidy def. Matt Taven

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