AEW Dynasty (4/21/2024) Results: Samoa Joe vs Swerve Strickland, Will Ospreay vs Bryan Danielson, More

All Elite Wrestling held the event "AEW Dynasty" on April 21, 2024, from the Chaifetz Arena in Saint Louis, Missouri. The event aired on Bleacher Report Live & Triller TV (Internationally).

The show was headlined by Samoa Joe defending his AEW World Title against Swerve Strickland. Also on the show, "The Aerial Assassin" Will Ospreay went one-on-one against "The American Dragon" Bryan Danielson in a dream match. The full results are listed below.

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AEW WrestleDream (10/1/2023).

Zero Hour.

  • Renee Paquette & RJ City opened the ceremonies for the Zero Hour for AEW Dynasty to preview the card. Excalibur, Tony Schiavone & Taz transitioning to the opening match.
  • Trent Beretta def. Matt Sydal (w/ Mike Sydal) via Submission (Modified Triangle Choke).
    • Beretta kept the hold on Sydal after the match, but Chuck Taylor made the save. Trent cut a promo and said that Taylor had been acting like a prick and that he had until Dynamite to tell him where he stood. Orange Cassidy & Berentta had a staredown ahead of Cassidy's match.
  • Orange Cassidy & Katsuyori Shibata def. Shane Taylor Promotions (Shane Taylor & Lee Moriarty) (w/ Anthony Ogogo) via Pinfall (Orange Punch).
  • AEW World Trios Championships & ROH World Six Man Tag Team Championship Match: Bullet Club Gold (Jay White & The Gunns) (c) def. The Acclaimed (Max Caster & Anthony Bowens) & "Daddy Ass" Billy Gunn (c) via Pinfall (Blade Runner).
    • With this win, Bullet Club Gold (Jay White, Austin Gunn & Colten Gunn) were crowned as the new Undisputed AEW Trios Champions.

Main Broadcast.

  • After a video package previewing the card, Taz, Excalibur & Jim Ross welcomed the audience to the main broadcast before transitioning into the opening match.
  • AEW Continental Championship Match: Kazuchika Okada def. PAC via Pinfall (Rainmaker Lariat).
    • Despite the loss, PAC got a standing ovation from the crowd after the match.
  • The House Of Black (Malakai Black, Brody King & Buddy Matthews) def. Adam Copeland, Eddie Kingston & Mark Briscoe via Pinfall (Black Mass).
    • In the last parts of the match, Copeland went for a Spear on Black, but Black spat the Black Mist on Copeland before catching him with the Black Mass for the win.
  • TBS Championship - Skye Blue & Kris Statlander Banned From The Match: Willow Nightingale def. Julia Hart (c) via Pinfall (Doctor Bomb) to win the Championship.
    • Stokely Hathaway was on commentary for the match.
    • Kris Statlander & Stokely Hathaway celebrated with Willow after the match. Mercedes Mone interrupted and confronted Willow in the center. Willow and Mercedes Mone will go one-on-one for the title at AEW Double Or Nothing.
  • AEW International Championship Match: Roderick Strong (c) def. Kyle O'Reilly via Pinfall (End of Heartache).
    • The referee caught Wardlow trying to get involved in the match, leading to Wardlow to sit at ringside. The match ended with Strong hitting the Sick Kick before hitting the End of Heartache for the win.
    • Mike Bennett & Matt Taven appeared at the ramp with Adam Cole in a wheelchair. Cole managed to stand up from the chair and celebrated with Roderick Strong his victory.
  • FTW Championship - FTW Rules Match: Chris Jericho def. HOOK (c) via Pinfall (Bat to the Head) to win the title.
  • AEW Women's World Championship Match: Toni Storm (c) (w/ Mariah May & Luther) def. Thunder Rosa.
    • Deonna Purrazzo laid out Mariah May & Luther at ringside. Despite Rosa surviving the Hip Attack & the Storm Zero Storm, the end of the match came when Storm kicked Rosa with a low blow, followed by hitting a second Storm Zero for the win.
  • Will Ospreay def. Bryan Danielson via Pinfall (Hidden Blade).
    • Multiple medics checked on Bryan Danielson after the match.
  • AEW World Tag Team Championship Tournament Finals - Ladder Match: Young Bucks (Matthew Jackson & Nicholas Jackson) def. FTR (Dax Harwood & Cash Wheeler) to win the vacant titles.
    • The ending came when Dax Harwood dropped Nicholas Jackson off the ladder. Dax was about to retrieve the titles, but was stopped when a fan pushed Dax off the ladder he was in and sent him crashing into the top rope. The fan was revealed to be none other than the returning "Scapegoat" Jack Perry. Nicholas Jackson climbed the ladder to retrieve the AEW Tag Titles for the win as Perry was escorted out of the arena by security.
  • AEW World Championship Match: Swerve Strickland (w/ Prince Nana) def. Samoa Joe (c) via Pinfall (Swerve Stomp) to win the AEW World Championship.
    • With this win, Swerve Strickland is the first-ever African-American World Champion in the history of All Elite Wrestling. In a ground-breaking moment in professional wrestling history, Strickland stood victorious as world champion to end the broadcast.
      Who's house? Swerve's house.

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