AEW Dynamite is an action packed show, and some segments or even matches will often fall through the cracks due to their length. Here’s where you can find those, as we bring the quick hits from this week’s episodes of AEW Dynamite. Hangman Page defeated Cezar Bononi, Lance Archer called out Sting and more.
Hangman Page Steamrolled Cezar Bononi
Speaking of quick hits, that’s what Cezar Bononi found when he faced Hangman Page in singles action. Bononi has been picking up wins on AEW Dark, and is a promising prospect for AEW, but when matched with the #2 ranked Hangman Page, he quickly crumbled to a Buckshot Lariat. Page is still buddied up with The Dark Order, which is a partnership that shows great promise.
Lance Archer Has Been Let Down By Meeting Sting
Without ‘The Icon’ Sting, there would be no ‘Murderhawk Monster’ Lance Archer. He was one of those little stingers looking up to their hero, but they say to never meet your heroes. Archer interrupted Sting recently on Dynamite, because now he’s the one who brings justice like Sting once did. Everyone will remember Sting, but they will also remember the name Lance Archer once he gets his hands on his hero.
Christian Cage Sets Up His First Singles Match In Seven Years
Christian Cage was checking out the younger members of the locker room, to the point where he didn’t catch up with his old friends from Impact Wrestling. Frankie Kaziaian is wondering when the work starts, and that’s next week against an old friend who is ready to step up. This will be his first singles match in seven years, and AEW debut and it should be one to remember.
Team Taz Is Fine
Last week on AEW Dynamite, Team Taz had some issues with Brian Cage praising Sting as a badass, going against the grain and causing a rift. Tonight, they’d all gather backstage and agree that everything is fine. Brian Cage apologized for the comments, and everything is fine, according to Taz at least. Cage had a look on his face that said that maybe he’s ready to break out on his own soon, with the FTW Championship, but he said his catchphrase ‘Who better!’ and let it go.
QT Marshall Isn’t Just Cody Rhodes Friend
Lately, QT Marshall has been angry with his spot in the Nightmare Family. He’s a veteran talent, but he’s almost doing grunt work while Cody Rhodes takes all the glory. Marshall isn’t just going to take that anymore, and next week will look to prove that he’s better than Rhodes in an exhibition match, one that will be refereed by Arn Anderson.
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