AEW Dynamite Preview for March 4, 2020
This week’s AEW Dynamite comes from Denver, Colorado and is the first AEW show since AEW Revolution this past Saturday.
Previously on AEW:
- AEW announced a “Blood & Guts” match for Dynamite on March 25th from the Prudential Center.
- The Dark Order (Evil Uno & Stu Grayson) defeated SCU (Frankie Kazarian & Scorpio Sky) with a roll-up at AEW Revolution. After the match, The Dark order beat down on Kazarian & Sky which lead to Christopher Daniels and Colt Cabana making the save.
- Jake Hager defeated Dustin Rhodes with a triangle choke.
- Darby Allin defeated Sammy Guevara with a Coffin Drop.
- AEW Tag Team Championship match: Kenny Omega & Hangman Page defeated The Young Bucks after Page hit the Buckshot Lariat on Nick Jackson.
- MJF defeated Cody after hitting him with the Diamond Dozen Diamond Ring.
- Pac defeated Orange Cassidy by submission with The Brutalizer. During the match, the Lucha Brothers attacked Best Friends, seemingly aligning themselves with PAC.
- Jon Moxley defeated Chris Jericho with the Paradigm Shift to become the new AEW World Champion.
For more on AEW Revolution, check out our Elite 8 AEW Revolution review.
Announced for this week:
This will be Colt Cabana’s official in-ring AEW debut. Kazarian & Sky didn’t trust Christopher Daniels at Revolution and asked him not to come to the ring with them, but he made the save for them after the match and seemingly regained their trust.
The Dark Order has been on a roll of late with Stu Grayson & Evil Uno being undefeated in 2020. They have been teasing that The Exalted One is coming soon, but it would seem that Matt Hardy has been ruled out for that role.
A rare match-up between two wrestlers who are outside of the top 5 AEW Rankings. Big Swole has been making an impact of late and has a ton of potential. While Leva clearly has the experience advantage here.
PAC defeated Orange Cassidy at AEW Revolution and now continues his issue with the Best Friends here. PAC lost in the Iron Man match to Kenny Omega last week on Dynamite which dropped him to 5th in the latest AEW rankings. This will be Chuck Taylor’s first singles match since joining AEW.
It seems likely that we may see the Lucha Brothers make their presence felt here.
Dustin Rhodes lost to Jake Hager at AEW Revolution and then announced that he would be focusing on the tag team division going forward. Dustin will former a team called the Natural Nightmares with QT Marshall that will be managed by Brandi Rhodes. This will be Jake Hager’s second match in AEW history.
This match feels like it could have Blood & Guts match implications with Dustin Rhodes along with Darby Allin and Jon Moxley are the three wrestlers who have the biggest issue with the Inner Circle right now.
We don’t know anything about what he might be doing here, but Lance Archer was announced to be at this show on last week’s Dynamite.
This week’s main event will see Jon Moxley teaming up with Darby Allin to take on Chris Jericho and Sammy Guevara. Both Inner Circle members lost in singles match to these two at Revolution with Moxley of course winning the AEW World Championship.
It seems like the issue between these four is far from over and may need to be settled at Blood & Guts in three weeks.