AEW Dynamite Results and Highlights November 22, 2023

AEW Dynamite Full Show Results and Video Highlights November 22, 2023.

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AEW Dynamite Video Highlights & Results November 22, 2023

Continental Classic Gold League: Swerve Strickland vs. Jay Lethal

Swerve takes charge, targeting Jay’s leg while Jay focuses on Swerve’s injured shoulder. Jay goes for a high-risk move, but Swerve counters with a superplex. Despite Jay’s resilience, Swerve secures the win with a House Call and Swerve Stomp.

Winner: Swerve Strickland.

Swerve earns three points in the Continental Classic.

Wheeler Yuta encounters Orange Cassidy, Hook, and Katsuyori Shibata backstage. Yuta confidently invites Shibata to watch his upcoming ROH match, promising to reclaim the ROH Pure Championship.

Watch MJF and Adam Cole vs. Samoa Joe Full Segment

MJF and Adam Cole appear in the ring, both dealing with injuries. MJF boasts about defeating Jay White despite his condition and claims to be the greatest champion, thanks to his charisma. Adam Cole expresses concern for MJF and vows to work hard to return to his best. MJF dismisses worries and challenges a masked opponent.

Lights go out, the Devil laughs on screen, and when they return, Samoa Joe enters. Joe recalls MJF’s promise of a title shot and demands it. MJF rudely rejects the rematch, leading Joe to confront him. Adam pleads for reconsideration, emphasizing loyalty and promises. MJF challenges Joe to a match, but Joe insists on waiting for a proper showdown at Worlds End, with the title on the line. MJF accepts, and Joe vows to protect MJF from the Devil.

Samoa Joe declares MJF as his property and warns of a brutal showdown at Worlds End.

Danhausen returns!

Matt Menard, Angelo Parker & Jake Hager vs. Orange Cassidy, Hook & Katsuyori Shibata

Menard exploits his teammates’ interference, dominating Hook until he tags in Orange. Cassidy attacks rivals but falls victim to Hager’s Body Slam. Hager receives a Stundog Millionaire, allowing Shibata to join and trade blows with Jake.

Danhausen, donning Hager’s purple hat, distracts him, leading to a curse. Hook and Shibata control Menard and Parker, finishing with a win.

Winners: Orange Cassidy, Hook & Katsuyori Shibata.

Adam Cole, interviewed by Renee Paquette, expresses pride in MJF accepting Joe’s challenge. The Kingdom interrupts, and Cole firmly distances himself from Roderick Strong, declaring their friendship over.

Watch Full Segment Christian Cage, Nick Wayne & Adam Copeland Segment

Christian Cage, accompanied by Luchasaurus and Nick Wayne, decides to rename them. Cage asserts he didn’t lose the fight and proceeds to rename Luchasaurus as Killswitch, emphasizing strength and victory. Nick Wayne is named The Prodigy Nick Wayne, hailed as a golden boy. Nick’s mother enters, criticized by Cage for not providing for her son. Cage orders her out, and tension rises.

Luchasaurus hesitates to obey Cage’s command, leading to a confrontation. Cage slaps Killswitch and threatens to unmask him. As tensions escalate, Adam Copeland intervenes, saving Nick from Cage’s assault. Adam delivers a Spear to Nick and confronts Cage, eventually saving Killswitch and delivering an Impaler DDT to Nick.

Matt Menard, Angelo Parker, and Jake Hager express their frustration about the loss in an interview with Anna Jay taking the lead. Anna is determined to end the losing streak and challenges Ruby Soho tonight. She asks Angelo to be in her corner, and Parker’s phone reveals a photo of Ruby.

Continental Classic Gold League: Rush vs. Jay White Full match Highlights

Rush dominates, challenging Jay to bring his best. White attempts a comeback but succumbs to Rush’s power. After a series of moves, Jay executes a low kick and finishes with the Bladerunner for the win.

Winner: Jay White.

Jay White earns three points in the Continental Classic.

RJ City and Renee Paquette introduce Toni Storm for a championship ceremony with Luther and Mariah May. Before it concludes, Skye Blue interrupts, eager for a fight.

Triple Threat Match: Skye Blue vs. Ruby Soho vs. Anna Jay

Ruby takes charge, cornering both opponents. Angelo interferes, aiding Anna in gaining control. Soho throws Jay against the barricade, focusing on Blue. Daddy Magic and Saraya create distractions, leading to a chaotic sequence. Skye attempts a Code Blue on Anna, but Jay reverses. Ruby intervenes, breaking the count.

Daddy Magic and Saraya cause further chaos at ringside, separating Ruby and Angelo. As Saraya argues with Ruby, Skye seizes the opportunity, delivering a Cutter to Anna for the win.

Winner: Skye Blue.

Wardlow, interviewed by Renee Paquette, dismisses MJF’s influence and declares his time will come. AR Fox offers understanding, but Wardlow rejects advice, delivering a headbutt to Fox as a demonstration of his independence.

Continental Classic Gold League: Mark Briscoe vs. Jon Moxley Full Match Highlights

Mark starts strong with a neckbreaker from the ring edge. Moxley retaliates by targeting Mark’s forehead, causing bleeding. Moxley further inflicts damage on Mark’s hand. Piledriver by Mox for a near fall, but Mark fights back with an elbow and a Suplex. Both exchange impactful moves, with Mark attempting a Froggy Bow. Moxley escapes just in time. The match intensifies with a Stomp by Mox and a Death Rider for the victory.

Winner: Jon Moxley.

Jon Moxley secured three points in the Continental Classic. Gold League standings: Moxley, Strickland, and White with three points, while Rush, Briscoe, and Lethal have zero points.