Welcome to the second edition of AEW Dynamite IGNITE! This week’s show comes on the heels of the amazing AEW Revolution pay-per-view. A lot of the show this week is unknown, rare for AEW Dynamite. But it should make this a very exciting and unpredictable show. Let us see what AEW has in store for us on Wednesday:
Jon Moxley & Darby Allin vs Chris Jericho & Sammy Guevara
The only match announced for this week’s show is an exciting one. We get a rematch of two matches from AEW Revolution. There is nothing like a tag match to possibly end two feuds in Denver. Darby Allin got his revenge on Sammy Guevara in a very fast-paced and short match at AEW Revolution. He still wants to use his skateboard for some real revenge on the Spanish God. Will he get to do so on Wednesday night?
Jon Moxley was able to dethrone Chris Jericho in the main event on Saturday night. Moxley was able to overcome weeks of attacks from the Inner Circle to win the AEW World Championship for the very first time. How will Jericho and the Inner Circle react to losing their two most important matches at Revolution? If history is any judge, they will not take it well and will be out for revenge. It all starts on Dynamite!
Lance Archer Debuts in AEW
Will “Everybody Die” starting this Wednesday night?
Lance Archer has proven himself to be an excellent performer in his recent run with New Japan Pro Wrestling. His great work in the 2019 G1 Climax was quickly followed by an IWGP United States Championship run. His reign ended at Wrestle Kingdom 14 to Jon Moxley in a Texas Death Match. I wonder if that will ever come up in All Elite Wrestling. I hope it does.
Lance Archer is 6’8. His massive size will certainly stand out in All Elite Wrestling. Who will be the first victim of the Texas native in All Elite? It is hard to say for sure but I feel sorry for any wrestler that gets in his way on in his Dynamite debut.
AEW Revolution Fall Out
AEW Revolution was an excellent pay-per-view. But it doesn’t seem to be the final word on many of the most meaningful feuds currently going in the company. How will the Road to Double or Nothing begin in Denver?
The tag team match between the Young Bucks and Kenny Omega/Hangman Page was one for the ages. The Young Bucks seem to be unable to win the big one when the tag titles are on the line. How will they handle another missed opportunity? And will Hangman Page be able to get along with his tag partner Kenny Omega going forward? There was a heel turn teased at Revolution. With all this excitement, the tag team division in AEW has never been better.
The other major feud to watch this week is Cody versus MJF. Cody worked so hard just to have a match against MJF. The result was Cody lost for a second straight pay-per-view. Sure MJF cheated but the disappointment on Cody’s face was clear. How can the biggest face in AEW handle Saturday’s loss? It will be fun to watch the next part of this great story for sure. I am sure MJF will likely brag a lot.
It will be a fun night in Denver on Wednesday. We will have plenty of surprises in the aftermath of AEW Revolution. Make sure to read AEW Dynamite IGNITE next week to find out what happened!