AEW Dynamite Results (2/23/22): 10-Team Tag Battle Royale, Jade Cargill Defends TBS Title + More!

Welcome to's live coverage & discussion for AEW Dynamite (2/23/22)!

We'll be bringing you full, fight-by-fight results of every match on the card.

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The show begins and Jim Ross, Excalibur and Tony Schiavone welcome us to Bridgeport, Connecticut before the AEW Tag Team Champions, Jungle Boy and Luchasaurus of Jurassic Express make their way down to the ring to view the first match of the evening. Ten teams are surrounding the tiny awaiting our opening contest of the evening.

Young Bucks (Matt & Nick Jackson) (with Brandon Cutler) vs. FTR (Cash Wheeler & Dax Harwood) (with Tully Blanchard) vs. 2point0 (Matt Lee & Jeff Parker) vs. Private Party (Isiah Kassidy & Marq Queen) (with Matt Hardy) vs. Dark Order (John Silver & Alex Reynolds) vs. reDRagon (Kyle O'Reilly & Bobby Fish) vs. Best Friends (Trent & Chuck Taylor) (with Orange Cassidy) vs. Gunn Club (Austin Gunn & Colten Gunn) (with Billy Gunn) vs. The Butcher & The Blade vs. Santana & Ortiz — #1 Contenders 10-Team Tag Battle Royale

Everyone rushes the ring the second the bell rings, except Butcher and Blade, who both sit on the outside to scan the mayhem before entering. Austin and Colten Gunn are eliminated by Santana, Butcher and Blade finally enter the fray and drill the Young Bucks with a pair of double team moves. FTR toss Reynolds out, Trent and Butcher slug it out in the center of the ring then Butcher drills Trent with a powerful suplex. Silver eliminates both Kassidy and Queen as both members of Private Party are now gone and Matt Hardy leaves them at ringside. Santana tosses both Lee and Parker of 2point0. Matt and Nick Jackson drill Ortiz with a pair of super-kicks over the top rope and Ortiz is gone. FTR and The Bucks stare off in the center of the ring but reDRagon interfere and they all begin to brawl. The Bucks work over Santana in the corner, FTR try to toss O'Reilly out but KOR avoids for a moment, FTR lift him and look to toss him out, The Bucks save KOR but FTR toss out Nick Jackson. Trent is tossed over the top but Orange Cassidy catches him on his shoulders and Trent slides back in the ring and Bobby Fish is tossed out by the aforementioned Trent. Taylor is tossed out and now it's down to both members of FTR, Matt Jackson, Trent, Santana, O'Reilly and Silver. Silver tosses Wheeler over the top, Tully Blanchard holds him up but Silver trips him up and now it's down to six solo competitors. Jackson, Trent, Santana, Harwood, KOR and Silver size each other up and then go at it. Jackson's taken out by KOR, who also takes out Silver, Harwood nails KOR with a DDT, Trent slams Harwood and he and Santana lock-up to the pleasure of the Bridgeport crowd and both start throwing hammers. Santana tosses Trent to the apron, Trent drags him out there as well they trade-off counter suplexes, then kicks but KOR and Jackson knock them both to the floor below and we're down to four. All four slug it out, KOR and Harwood go at it in one corner whilst Jackson and Silver do the same in the opposite corner. Harwood drills KOR with a back-slam, KOR slides under the bottom role and to the apron, Harwood follows him but gets dragged over the top rope, KOR eats a kick to the mid-section, then an elbow but fires an elbow back towards Harwood. They exchange hooks, KOR knocks Harwood down with a front-kick, both struggle to stay on the apron and Bobby Fish comes from behind and knocks Harwood off the apron and FTR are officially eliminated. Kyle O'Reilly, Matt Jackson and John Silver are now the final three. Silver takes out both KOR and Jackson with a double-suplex, tosses KOR over his head, trips Jackson to the ropes and nails him with a kick to the back of the head. Silver tosses Jackson with The Spin Doctor, KOR distracts Silver and Jackson comes from behind with a super-kick and lays out Silver. KOR fakes an arm injury, he tells Jackson to toss out Silver, to which he obliged and KOR comes from behind and sends Jackson out right behind Silver and reDRagon win it!

Winners - reDRagon (Qualify For AEW Tag Team Championship Triple Threat Match At AEW Revolution)

After the match, AEW World Champion Adam 'Hangman' Page comes down to the ring with a vengeance. Page takes out both Kyle O'Reilly and Bobby Fish, The Young Bucks watch-on and don't help, Adam Cole comes down and sneaks behind Page, looks for a super-kick but Page catches it, takes Cole down, unloads shots, and looks for The Buckshot Lariat but Fish & KOR make the save. Silver takes out Fish & KOR and Page sets up a chair in the ring for 'story time with Adam Page, bay bay'. Page says he and Cole's tale began in 2008 when a smug little man named Adam Cole started wrestling and while he would win world titles all around the world, when his world started crashing down around him, he came back to his friends and to get to the most prestigious title in all of professional wrestling, the AEW World Championship. Page says little did Cole know, he's one-step from entering a six foot hole and at Revolution, he's gonna be put into that grave and when he hears that sound, it'll be a Buckshot Lariat and that sound is BOOM.

Backstage we see Tony Schiavone with Bryan Danielson. Tony asks Bryan about Daniel Garcia, Bryan says Daniel reminds him of himself and while Daniel's an excellent technician, he hangs around with the 'idiots' 2point0. Bryan turns his attention to Jon Moxley and says Moxley told him before they team together, they must bleed together...he'll get his answer, TONIGHT. We then head to a commercial break.

Back from the break and MJF makes his way down to the ring. MJF says he knows it's easy to think that he was raised with a silver spoon in his mouth but the fact is at one point in his life, the only reason he got out of bed in the morning was because of professional wrestling. MJF says the day he met CM Punk as a kid, it meant everything to him. He was just 11-years old with attention deficit disorder. MJF says every single day for him at school was hell but he was good at Football and he was one of only two Jewish kids that tried out for the Football team. MJF says he thought for the first-time that he fit-in but one day he saw his teammates walking up to him and he thought he was gonna make friends for the first-time but they decided to throw quarters at him and saw 'pick it up Jew boy, pick it up.' MJF says he went home and cried and cried but then he stopped because that night he was about to meet his hero CM Punk at an autograph signing and that day meant everything to him and after he got him, he promised himself that he was going to follow in CM Punk's footsteps and he was going to become the best in the world. MJF says in December 2013 he was bigger and stronger and had Football scholarships coming in but he just wanted to become a professional wrestler. MJF says he would practice promos in the mirror and watch wrestling tapes until his eyes bled all because he wanted to be just like CM Punk. MJF says in January 2014, CM Punk left him when he needed him the most and that's when he realize if the best in the world, how can some '5 foot 5, ADD riddled Jew boy' do it? MJF says he buried his dreams and went to college like a 'good boy' until one day he was on Twitter and saw a picture of CM Punk shaking hands with Bryan Danielson. MJF says he was livid and packed his bags and went home and promised himself that he was going to become the best in the world in spite of CM Punk. MJF says he made a promise that whenever some kid that's getting bullied in school watches him on TV, he won't leave him like Punk did and at Revolution, Punk can do whatever he wants, but he'll never quit because that would mean he's a coward just like Punk. MJF says he's better than Punk and Punk knows it. CM Punk makes his way down to the ring. Punk stands on the apron and he and MJF stare each other down. Punk eventually gets into the ring and asks MJF if that's true, MJF, with a tear in his eye says it's true and walks out of the ring.

House of Black (Malakai Black & Brody King) vs. PAC & Penta Oscuro (with Alex Abrahantes)

PAC knocks Brody and Malakai to the outside, Penta takes out both members of House of Black with a dive to the outside, everyone recovers and PAC and Black officially start this one out. PAC nails Black with a 450' splash, goes for the cover but Black kicks out at two-and-a-half. PAC tags in Penta who slams Black, tosses him into the corner and tags PAC right back in. Black counters and tosses PAC into the opposite corner and makes the tag to King, who nails PAC with a slam, goes for the cover but PAC kicks out at two as we head to a commercial break. Back from the break and Black and King are in control, Black misses a knee on PAC, who slides out of the way and Black nails King with the accidentally knee. PAC drills King with a front-kick, then another but King tosses him into the corner and looks for a splash but eats a German suplex from PAC. Black makes the self-tag, Penta and PAC don't realize it, Black tries to spit the mist into Penta's face but Penta blocks his mouth and makes him choke on his own mist and rolls him up for the win!

Winners - PAC & Penta Oscuro

After the match, Brody King attacks both PAC and Penta Oscuro. Malakai Black washes the mist out of his mouth and retrieves Penta's shovel. Black lifts the shoulder over Penta's head but the lights go out and Buddy Matthews is here! Black falls down in shock, King looks surprised as well. Matthews slowly walks around Black as the crowd Reina down 'holy shit!' chants but Matthews drills PAC with a super-kick and attacks Penta. King takes out all security members who try to make the save, Black stops Matthews from continuing his attack on PAC, King retrieves a steel chair, Matthews holds Penta in position, Black shouts instructions at Mathews and Matthews drives Penta face-first into the chair. The House of Black pose in the ring, the lights go out once again and when they come back on, they're gone and we head to a commercial break.

Back from the break and Eddie Kingston makes his way down to the ring. Chris Jericho does the same shortly thereafter. Kingston asks the crowd if they're done massaging Jericho's ego with singing his theme song. Eddie says he doesn't like the camera man and asks why security is surrounding them. Jericho says he arranged for the security to be there to allow them to talk like grown men and not fight like 'street thugs', which Kingston is according to Jericho. Eddie says he just wants to fight Jericho and since Jericho won't fight him tonight, Kingston shouts out to Tony Khan for Kris Statlander and Willow Nightengale to come out and fight because this a wrestling company and not an entertainment company and if Jericho wants to go back to an entertainment company, he can go 'down the block'...where WWE's headquarters are. Jericho says since they're just down the road from WWE, he'll give Kingston some sports entertainment but this will actually be entertaining. Jericho says he's gonna tell Eddie Kingston the story about Eddie Kingston. Jericho says everyone was so excited when Eddie signed with AEW but he had no clue who he was and he thought they were talking about Eddie Edwards and then he saw Kingston and realized why he never heard about him, because he looks like a jobber. Jericho says he saw Eddie's match against 'what's his name', AKA Cody Rhodes and then he saw Kingston's promo and thought he was good, very good. Jericho says he thought Eddie had what it takes to go to the top and told Eddie himself that it wouldn't be long until he reached the top because the fans love him. Jericho says it was such a feel good story for Eddie who overcame his physical and mental issues and after over 20-years on the independent scene but he finally made it to the big-time in AEW at 38-years old. Jericho says he doesn't give 'two shits' about Eddie's sob story because he's jealous of him [Jericho]. Jericho says he made it worldwide at 22-years old and by the time he was 38, he had main evented countless pay-per-views, won world championships all around the world and made millions of dollars and deep down, Eddie knows he can never be at his level. Kingston asks Jericho if he wants a cookie and says the only reason Jericho main evented all these shows is because he [Kingston] wasn't there. Eddie says he doesn't talk to the promoters and get people's legs cut off and he'll tell promoters to screw off because he's gotta look himself in the mirror. Eddie says he doesn't wanna talk to Jericho because all he's doing is sucking the blood out of him and his blood is too tough for Jericho. Eddie says he'd rather do things on his own and he wants to fight. Eddie challenges Jericho to a match at Revolution, Jericho says he'll answer the question but he first wants to ask Eddie a question. Jericho asks Eddie if he knows what achieveaphobia means, Eddie says he has a GED, so no, he doesn't. Jericho says it means that someone is scared of success, which describes Eddie to a tee. Jericho says he knows Eddie's family history and he knows that Eddie's first hero was his uncle...who was a failure...and his father, who was also a failure and Eddie knows he's gonna be a failure himself. Jericho says Eddie can't win the big one and when it comes to challenging Jericho at a pay-per-view, he's the big one, not Moxley, not Punk, not Page, nobody and if he wants the big one at Revolution, he's got it! Jericho says if Eddie beats him, he'll look Eddie in the eyes and tell him that he has his utmost respect. Eddie warns Jericho and says it's great that they have the match but he doesn't want the Jericho that fought in a Mimosa Match and not the one who got tossed off a cage by MJF, he wants the first AEW World Champion Chris Jericho, he wants the Chris Jericho that turned WCW upside down and if he doesn't, he'll eat Jericho alive. Jericho says Eddie will get that Chris Jericho at Revolution and he can see it in Eddie's eyes that he doesn't believe in himself that he can beat Jericho and says that Eddie is a loser and that's he'll ever be. Jericho tells production to hit his music, which they do and Jericho walks out.

Ricky Starks (with Powerhouse Hobbs & Taz) vs. 10 — Face of The Revolution Qualifying Match

10 is the aggressor early and often. 10 tosses Starks into the corner and nails him with a splash then a shoulder tackle and the big man scoops and slams the FTW Champion as we head to a commercial break. Back from the break, Starks nails 10 with a neck-breaker and a corner spear. 10 comes roaring back with some strikes then a Full-Nelson and then locks-in a head-lock, Starks grabs at 10's mask, spins him around and nails him with a spear for the 1-2-3 and the win!

Winner - Ricky Starks (Qualifies for the Face of The Revolution Match)

Backstage we see Kyle O'Reilly, Bobby Fish and Adam Cole. Matt and Nick Jackson of The Young Bucks quickly interrupt and say that they were double-crossed by KOR and Fish. Matt says it's okay because they have another chance at qualifying next week and when they do, they're going to kick KOR and Fish's ass at Revolution. The Bucks walk out and Cole shouts at KOR and Fish that they need to get along with Matt and Nick. KOR and Fish are visibly frustrated and walk out.

Jade Cargill (C) (with Mark Sterling) vs. The Bunny (with Matt Hardy) — TBS Championship

Cargill showcases her power early and tosses Bunny to the ropes and then the mat. Bunny comes back and tosses Jade into the corner and goes for running clothesline but Cargill meets her with a boot to the face. Cargill locks-up Bunny's arm, Bunny slides out and tosses Cargill over the top rope and onto the apron, knocks the champion off of it with an elbow and tosses Cargill into the barricade as we head to a commercial break. Back from the break and Cargill nails Bunny with a spine-buster, Matt Hardy tosses brass knuckles to Bunny, Mark Sterling gives Cargill the title, Cargill blocks a shot from Bunny and the brass knuckles with the belt, both Sterling and Hardy get booted from ringside and Cargill retains the title with The Widows Peak for the three-count.

Winner - Jade Cargill

Back from the break and ahead of our main event, it's announced that this year's Double or Nothing pay-per-view event will take place on Sunday, May 29 from the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Bryan Danielson vs. Daniel Garcia

The pair lock-up to start, Bryan gets the better of the exchange and tosses Garcia to the corner before shouting at him to come back and lock-up. They lock right back up, Garcia unloads chops to Bryan's chest, Bryan ankle-picks him and locks Garcia's legs up and starts unloading strikes to Garcia's mid-section. Bryan looks for the Labelle Lock, Garcia rolls to the ropes and ends up in the Labelle Lock but Garcia swings his legs and grabs the bottom rope to force the break. Bryan slaps Garcia on the break, Garcia hooks him in the jaw, Bryan clubs Garcia with an uppercut but Garcia launches himself of the ropes and drills Bryan in the back of the leg with a shoulder as we head to a commercial break. Back from the break and Bryan tosses Garcia to the outside and launches him into the ring post. Bryan tosses Garcia back into the ring, goes up top and lays Garcia out with a missile drop-kick. Bryan works over Garcia's left leg and locks up a leg-lock. Garcia slides out but Bryan nails him with a back suplex into a pin combination but Garcia slides out but Bryan locks-in the Cattle Mutilation. Garcia powers out but gets caught on the temple with a kick from Bryan, they lock-up in a test of strength and trade-off shoulders, elbows and punches. Bryan slaps Garcia in the face, Garcia catches an elbow strike and fires an elbow that nails Bryan in the jaw. Bryan trips up Garcia, locks-in the triangle-choke and Garcia goes to sleep! What a match!

Winner - Bryan Danielson

After the match, Bryan says that's exactly what he wanted to see. Bryan asks the crowd if Garcia was violent enough, they cheer but Matt Lee and Jeff Parker of 2point0 attack Bryan. Jon Moxley's music hits and he makes way to the ring through the crowd. Lee and Parker retreat, Garcia tries to sneak behind Moxley with a chair but he eats a Paradigm Shift from Moxley. Bryan and Moxley star each other down as the crowd goes crazy. Bryan says he doesn't need a chair to make anybody bleed and if they must bleed together before teaming together, Moxley's got it. Bryan tells Moxley not to be surprised if he's the only one bleeding and they stare each other down face-to-face as the show goes off-the-air.

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