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AEW Dynamite Results – February 15, 2023

AEW Dynamite Results

February 15, 2023

The Acclaimed, Orange Cassidy & Billy Gunn vs. Jeff Jarrett, Jay Lethal, Satnam Singh & Sonjay Dutt 

Highlights from the match included Orange Cassidy having a staredown with Singh and Dutt. The Gunns came out to the ramp as Billy tagged into the match, and they did a crotch chop before Jarrett attacked him.

The end of the match came as Jarrett hit Billy with the Golden Globe, then Lethal ran in and Caster and Orange attacked him and Sonjay. Billy clotheslined Lethal to the floor and went up top, but Jarrett knocked him down. Orange Punch for Jarrett on the apron, then Orange hurricanranas Lethal over the ropes. Bowens runs in and Caster assists in hitting the scissors off the middle rope and makes the cover.

Winners – The Acclaimed, Orange Cassidy and Billy Gunn

Jon Moxley & Claudio Castagnoli vs. Rush & Preston Vance 

Rush and Vance jump Mox and Claudio in the crowd during their entrance. LFI remains in control through the break as they attack Mox and Claudio on the floor. The bell finally rings as they get in the ring, and Mox stomps Vance in the corner. Rush gets back into it and they stomp Mox and taunt the crowd, but Claudio kicks Rush off the apron. Claudio hits a handspring elbow as Mox brings chairs into the ring, then Mox takes Rush down with a topé on the floor before biting Vance’s forehead. Vance spears Mox into Rush and Claudio on the floor, then whips Claudio into the barricade before getting a chair. Vance hits Claudio with the chair and sends him into the crowd as we go to another break.

Mox ends up getting busted open in the melee, then he ends up slugging it out with Rush in the middle of the ring. Claudio runs back in and wraps a chain around his fist and repeatedly punches Vance in the head, busting him wide open. Claudio gets him in the Giant Swing and makes the cover, but Rush breaks up the pin. Claudio throws an uppercut to stun him, then Rush walks into a cutter by Mox before Vance nearly steals a pinfall. All four men slug it out in the middle of the ring, then Jose The Assistant runs in and cracks Claudio with a chair to prevent a Gotch Neutralizer. Wheeler Yuta runs out and attacks him on the stage, then Mox chokes Vance out with the chain.

Winners – Jon Moxley & Claudio Castagnoli

Kip Sabian, The Butcher and The Blade are shown attacking Hangman Adam Page backstage, who was watching the tornado tag match backstage. They are run off by the Dark Order, but commentary questions if Page will be able to compete against Sabian later in the night.

Jim Ross sits down with Wardlow, who says he and Samoa Joe did share some personal stories with each other. Wardlow talked about how he reconnected with his father later in his life, and that he grew his hair and beard out after his dad passed away from cancer. He says Joe knew the significance of his look and took that from him, so now he would make him pay.

Mark Briscoe vs. Josh Woods 

Briscoe sends Woods to the floor early, but Ari Daivari and Tony Nese stop him from hitting a splash on the floor. The Lucha Bros run out to even things up, but Woods uses the distraction to suplex Mark off of the ring apron. Briscoe regains control and clotheslines Woods off of the apron, then he brings a chair into the ring and uses it to get the crowd to clap. He rushes across the ring and leaps off of it, taking out Woods on the floor. Briscoe brings Woods back in and hits a top rope powerbomb for two, then he calls for the Jay Driller. Woods blocks it and rolls through into a suplex, but only gets two. Woods goes for a double underhook move but Briscoe blocks it, then connects with an enziguiri before hitting a Death Valley Driver. Briscoe heads up top and hits Froggy Bow for the win.

Winner – Mark Briscoe

Adam Cole sits down with Renee Paquette and he says he’s doing great, and he’s learned how to celebrate little victories. Cole says he’s very close to getting back in the ring, and Renee says it sounds like he has a new lease on life. As far as what Cole will do next, he says the roster is stacked and he needs to be as prepared as he can. Cole says he sees a few potential opponents and it’s going to be good for him and AEW to get back in the ring.

MJF comes to the ring for his contractually obligated appearance, Tony Schiavone says he might go find a commode. MJF calls the fans disgusting, fickle little monsters. He turned his back on the fans before they could do it to him. The crowd chants “shut the f-ck up” at MJF while he rips on Bryan Danielson. MJF says he’s the AEW World Champion and it’s something Danielson has never accomplished. MJF says he knows Danielson will give it his all at AEW Revolution, but he’ll be the winner when the clock runs out. MJF declares he’s the best wrestler in the world and he’ll prove it.

MJF brings Christopher Daniels to the ring, who says MJF tried paying him off to rag on Danielson. Instead, Daniels talks about how great Bryan Danielson is. MJF puts the money back in his pocket as Daniels says there wouldn’t be an AEW or MJF without Danielson and Ring Of Honor. Daniels continues to put Danielson over, and MJF ends up slapping the mic out of Daniels’ hand. MJF says he’s the best wrestler in the world, and Daniels says he doubts it. MJF tries to slap Daniels, but Daniels blocks it. MJF kicks him in the balls and puts him in an armbar, but Danielson rushes out and chases him off.

The Gunns cut a promo about all the things they’ve been called by their critics. Colten says he’s sorry that they’ve only had ten televised matches, but it’s going to be the Gunn Show at AEW Revolution.

Brian Cage vs. Jack Perry 

Perry hits a dropkick in the corner, but Cage picks him up and throws him back across the ring. Perry hooks the ropes to block an Irish whip, then connects with a dropkick and two tope suicidas on the floor. Perry goes for a third, but Cage catches him and slams him into the ring apron. Cage continues to overpower Perry after getting him back in the ring, but Perry steals the win with a rollup.

Winner – Jack Perry

Christian Cage returns, cutting Perry’s celebration short. Perry goes after him, but Christian sprays Perry in the face with an aerosol can before taking off his sling and hitting the Killswitch.

Renee Paquette announces plans for the Gunns’ first tag team championship defense. She says a battle royal and a Casino match will determine two other challenging teams, but The Acclaimed walk in and declare the match will now be a four-way, as they are invoking their rematch clause.

“Hangman” Adam Page vs. Kip Sabian 

Kip tips his hat to Hangman and eats a clothesline. Page attacks early, but Kip comes back with a kick to the head and a springboard moonsault off of the apron. Kip goes for an inverted fireman’s carry cutter but Hangman floats over. Hangman hits a lariat and the DeadEye for the win.

Winner – “Hangman” Adam Page

The Blackpool Combat Club hits the ring after the match and Jon Moxley talks about their history with each other. Hangman says he doesn’t think this is over until they finish it at AEW Revolution. Mox says he hoped Hangman would go this way, and now he has no friends to talk him out of the match. Dark Order comes out and Evil Uno says they’ve had Hangman’s back for years, and he stayed out of it because of Hangman. Uno says he’s not afraid of Moxley and piefaces him, then Moxley addresses Hangman and calls for a Texas Deathmatch.

Toni Storm (w/ Saraya) vs. Ruby Soho vs. Dr. Britt Baker D.M.D. 

Toni and Saraya try to attack a fan and spray paint her, but Ruby’s music stops them in their tracks. Britt joins the match and things officially get underway. Toni knocks Britt down with a hip attack, then Ruby goes after her but Britt comes back in and punches her in the face. We get back from a break to see Britt take Toni down with a lariat. Britt gets a near fall and goes for a Curb Stomp but Saraya grabs her boot to stop her. Toni uses the distraction to kick Britt in the face, then she goes for a hip attack but Ruby takes her down. Britt slams Ruby down and gets two, then Toni connects with a thrust kick to break things up. Toni goes for a hip attack but Ruby trips her up, then Britt connects with a double underhook slam on Ruby for two. Britt gets a two count rollup off of a German suplex, then Britt and Toni slug it out in the center of the ring before Britt connects with a swinging neckbreaker for two. Britt charges Ruby in the corner and gets tripped up, then Ruby runs into a punch off the ropes from Toni, who follows with a Cloverleaf. Britt runs over and also applies the Lock Jaw, but Saraya breaks it up with a thrust kick. Toni takes Jamie Hayter out with a tornado DDT on the floor as Saraya attacks Britt in the ring. Saraya gets spray paint and sprays an ‘L’ on Toni’s butt, and she hits Britt with her hip attack in the corner. Toni picks her up and goes for Storm Zero, but Ruby throws her out of the ring and steals the pin.

Winner – Ruby Soho

After the bell, Ruby argues with Saraya and Jamie about picking a side. Ruby says she’s had enough and celebrates her win to end the show.

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