AEW Dynamite Results: Chris Jericho & Jake Hager vs. Chaos Project
As he celebrates thirty long years in professional wrestling, Chris Jericho has a chance to boost the status of a close friend he brought into the company. This is Dr. Luther, the Original Death Dealer, and one half of the tag team Chaos Project. These two old friends got into a brawl just last week on AEW Dynamite, and now will clash this week.
Jericho & Hager want the AEW World Tag Team Championships, and this is another step towards that. It’s our main event, somewhere we never expected to see Dr. Luther in AEW, but tonight is sentimental, it’s special to Jericho. Throughout the night, everyone from Hiroshi Tanahashi to Slash to Lance Storm wished him well on his long career, and this is another great moment for him.
Thirty Years Of Chris Jericho, And He’s Still Going Strong
Action would start with Jericho & Serpentico in the ring, Serpentico using his insane speed to run circles around ‘Le Champion. However, he’d be shut down by a clothesline, and Luther would tag in and exchange strikes with his old friend.
He’d take down Jericho with a big boot and double arm suplex, before tagging in Serpentico for a double foot stomp. Chaos Project would isolate Jericho with some good teamwork, before Jericho had a dropkick from Luther and hit a lionsault before tagging in Jake Hager. Hager would drop Luther with a suplex, before setting up a Hager bomb and meeting the feet of Luther on the way down.
Luther would tag in Serpentico, and bodyslam his partner onto Hager multiple times. Serpentico would keep Hager busy with his speed, before Jericho would be tagged back in and hit a delayed vertical suplex. Heavy chops in the corner would be followed with a back body drop attempt, Serpentico hit a DDT as a counter!
Luther Goes Deep In His Bag Of Tricks
Luther would be tagged back in, and launch Serpentico into the Inner Circle, before diving onto them himself with a diving senton off the top rope. Back in the ring, he’d set Jericho up and go for a king kong knee drop off the top rope, getting a near fall. Jericho would get Luther on the apron and go for the triangle dropkick, getting countered with a lariat, before Luther hit a bulldog off the top rope.
Jericho went for the Judas Effect, Luther dodged and hit a German Suplex before setting up a diving knee drop from Serpentico. Hager had to break the pin up, and would be neutralized by Serpentico. This scuffle would bleed to the outside of the ring, distracting referee Aubrey Edwards.
During this, Jericho would call for his bat, but Luther caught it and went to work on his old friend. A big boot from Luther, and a close two, before going after Sammy Guevera on the apron. He’d turn into a Judas Effect, ending this match. Luther hasn’t looked this good in years, pulling out his best for Jericho.
A Big Celebration Of Jericho To Close The Show
Following the match, Jericho would get on the microphone to thank the fans, and out came MJF. He’d claim to not be here to steal any spotlight, and had someone under a curtain with him. On the count of five, he’d reveal a clown holding a present! Jericho would go to open it, and MJF said he had a career defining announcement for next week.
The present turned out to be a framed picture of MJF, which Jericho would smash over the head of the clown, and then take them out with the Judas Effect. Jericho hates clowns and interruptions, but that closes out the show. The heel AEW roster would come out to celebrate with Jericho, and here’s to a few more years of Jericho!
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