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AEW DYNAMITE: The Elite Mock CM Punk In Chi-Town; Jon Moxley Confronts William Regal After ‘Full Gear’ Swerve

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Anticipation was high for Wednesday night’s Thanksgiving Eve AEW Dynamite on TBS.  There were plenty of questions to be answered from the fallout from the Full Gear pay-per-view.

Airing live from Chicago, the show opened with William Regal, who came to the ring to address the crowd who were already hostile towards him for his heel turn during Full Gear.  Regal, who had been the manager of the Blackpool Combat Club, and supposedly in then champion Jon Moxley’s corner at Full Gear, passed brass knuckles to MJF, who used them on Moxley to become the new AEW World Champion.  On ‘Dynamite’, Regal had some explaining to do, only we never got the explanation!

When Jon Moxley came to the ring to confront Regal for his betrayal, out came Bryan Danielson.  Danielson pleaded with Mox to not attack Regal, followed by Danielson slapping the former champ in the face.  Moxley eventually told Regal: Lordship, I only want one thing from you.  I want you to run. Run far away, as far away as you can, and you never, ever come back. Right now. Walk. And keep on walking.”

Next, Regal left the ring and headed to the back, but is it for good? Previously, Regal told the crowd, MJF was off shooting a motion picture (The Iron Claw) and would return to ‘Dynamite’ next week and all would be explained.  AEW fans in attendance and the viewers at home were left with basically no answers … for now.

In another major development, during the second in the best of seven trios matches between The Elite (Kenny Omega, Matt Jackson, Nick Jackson) and AEW Trios Champs, Death Triangle (Pac, Rey Fenix, and Penta El Zero Miedo), The Elite effectively mocked CM Punk in the ring during the match.

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This did not sit-well with the fans from Chicago.  After all, Punk is their hometown boy.  When Omega bit Pac during the match, it was a mocking of Punk’s friend Ace Steel allegedly biting Omega in the backstage brawl a few months back. Then, Omega hit Punk’s finisher, the GTS to try to pin Pac.

Later, Matt Jackson executed Hangman Adam Page’s signature move, the Buckshot Lariat, but as if he were Punk in his championship match with Page.  In that match, Punk botched the move several times.  It should also be noted, The Elite are friends with Page.

In the end, Death Triangle (using a hammer again) won the match going up 2-o in the best of seven series.

One thing is for sure, Wrestling Observer noted that people in Punk’s camp were not happy with the mockery The Elite made of the backstage brawl, and Punk in the ring, during their match on ‘Dynamite’.

So, why do you think William Regal aligned with MJF? Do you think CM Punk could be on his way back after he is healed from his torn tricep surgery, or is he on his way out of AEW with a contract buyout as has been previously rumored? Share your thoughts in the comment section, but first check out the action of what went down on “Dynamite’ below.


AEW’s Maxwell Jacob Friedman Joins Cast of Von Erich Family Wrestling Bio-Pic ‘The Iron Claw’

MJF’s rise to stardom is a-coming.  Now the 26-year-old who’s in-ring promo skills and wrestling skills are through the roof, has landed a part in the upcoming motion picture The Iron Claw.

According to Deadline, Maxwell Jacob Friedman has signed on to the Von Erich pro wrestling bio-pic.  The cast already includes major Hollywood names including: Zac Efron, Maura Tierney and Lily James.

Based on a true story, The Iron Claw will follow the tragic rise and fall of the Von Erich family, a dynasty of wrestlers who made a huge impact on the sport from the 1960s to the present day. Friedman’s role will be his first feature.

As to who MJF will play is being kept under wraps.  The film is being written and directed by Sean Durkin (Martha Marcy May Marlene)..

Zac Efron has already been seen in a remarkable transformation on early social media posts as Kerry Von Erich, the only surviving son of the family.

Meanwhile, MJF will get his title shot at the AEW World Championship at the Full Gear PPV on November 19th when he wrestles, the champ, Jon Moxley.

So, what do you think about MJF landing a motion picture role in the story of the Von Erich family? Comment below.


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AEW DYNAMITE: MJF Gets Beat Down From The Firm; But Will This Truly Signify A Babyface Turn?

On Wednesday night’s AEW Dynamite on TBS, the main event between the challenger, Penta El Cero Miedo vs. the AEW champ, Jon Moxley delivered the most intriguing spot in the show, but it wasn’t during the match, it was in its aftermath.

After Moxley defeated Penta, the Firm arrived on the scene along with manager Stokely Hathaway and the group attacked the champ. To set up the fact that no one from Moxley’s Blackpool Combat Club could save him, the cameras went backstage to a room that was chained from the outside – meaning the guys couldn’t get out of there in time to help Moxley.  Then, Security runs to the ring but the Firm easily throws them all out.

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All of a sudden from the ramp to the ring comes MJF, who looks conflicted.  Should he save Moxley … or let him get a beat down to soften him up for his title match against him in November at Full Gear?

MJF decides to run to into the ring and tells the Firm to back off of Moxley.  Earlier on ‘Dynamite’, Hathaway was told by MJF to not soften up Moxley before the PPV, or he would be fired.  Stokely clearly wasn’t hearing the message, or is a part of a bigger swerve? MJF made it clear to Hathaway that if the Firm lays a hand on Moxley, then he will be fired from MJF’s payroll.

Now in the ring, MJF receives a blow to the face from Ethan Page and the beat down begins, which ends with W. Morrisey choke-slamming him through a table to end the show.

So, what is going on here? Viewers and fans aren’t 100% buying that this sets up MJF for a full babyface turn.  In fact, many pundits and fans believe that in the end this will all be revealed as a hoax, and that MJF is still working with the Firm in an effort to win the title from Moxley at Full Gear.

In addition, with Moxley and MJF both getting pummeled by the Firm, could they wind up teaming up on the next episode of ‘Dynamite’ to go up against them? What was the point of it all? Stay tuned.

Check out the final moments of Moxley’s championship title match against Penta and MJF coming to the ring and what followed below!

Do you believe AEW is setting up MJF for a championship run as a babyface, or will he reveal himself to be all heel, all the time, in the weeks ahead? Share your theories in the comment section.

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‘Hangman’ Adam Page Injured in Title Bout During Live TV Broadcast

A very scary and confusing incident that aired live on a special Tuesday night edition of TBS’ AEW Dynamite, had viewers aghast, and wrestling fans taking to social media with concern.

During the main event for the AEW World Title between champion, Jon Moxley and challenger, ‘Hangman’ Adam Page, the match came to a sudden and abrupt halt which was not scripted, or planned.

In the ring, Moxley hit Page with hard-hitting King Kong Lariat that sent ‘Hangman’ flipping over and landing awkwardly on his head and neck. When it was apparent that Page was not moving, the referee called for the ringside physician and stopped the bout.

It was at that point that the live television broadcast became very concerning.  The cameras did not show Page being attended to in the ring, but instead cut to the announce table where commentators: Taz, Excalibur, and Tony Schiavone were trying to improvise and pivot, while clearly being stunned by what they were watching unfold in the ring.

While some fans may have thought this was initially a ‘work’, the disorganization of it all took anyone from that belief to that  something seriously happened to Page.  It was made further worrisome, when in order to get Page on a stretcher and out of the ring, they had to lower the ring ropes.

To kill, which was now almost 10 minutes of TV time left on the episode, Excalibur began to rattle off the matches for Friday night’s AEW Rampage. Then, with Hangman being medically attended to backstage, Moxley grabbed the mic and called out to the ring, MJF to end the show.  It was then viewers learned the ultimate game plan.  It will be MJF vs. Moxley at November’s Full Gear pay-per-view for the AEW World Title.

Following the show, AEW put out a statement on Adam Page’s medical condition, revealing he suffered a concussion. It read: “Hangman Adam Page was taken tonight by medical personnel to a Cincinnati trauma center and diagnosed with a concussion. He was discharged, but will remain in AEW’s concussion protocol. AEW and Hangman Page are grateful for the exemplary response and care of staff and local medical personnel, and are appreciative of the love and support of fans everywhere.”

You can watch some of the videos that captured Page’s injury shared on social media from fans who attended the live show in Cincinnati below.  Plus, what the cameras did not catch on the live broadcast.

So, what did you think of ‘Hangman’ being injured this way … and how ‘AEW Dynamite’ handled it live on the air? Share your thoughts in the comment section.

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