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AEW Dynamite Results-January 12th,2022
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“Hangman” Adam Page Wants A New Challenger And He Might Have Found One

We head back inside the arena where we hear the familiar sounds of “Hangman” Adam Page’s theme song. The AEW World Champion emerges and heads to the ring as Excalibur and the rest of the commentary team sing his praises.

Page talks about pouring enough blood, sweat and tears to keep hold of the AEW World Championship. He says he spent 90 minutes in the ring with one of the best in the world in Bryan Danielson. He says 90 minutes isn’t enough, though.

“Hangman” says he’s ready for a new challenger. With that said, we hear Dan Lambert come out with a microphone. He brings up other famous “Cowboys” in wrestling like “Cowboy” Bill Watts. Page calls Lambert a walking Facebook profile.

Lambert rants about Page for a bit, but also gives him some credit for not taking the Cody route but instead actually earning his place in the company and the title around his waist. Page says he’s heard enough and if he wants Scorpio Sky or Ethan Page to get a shot, they can have it.

Instead, Lambert keeps talking and walking closer to the ring. Page wants to fight so he tells Lambert to shut up and get in the ring. Lambert says he’s not going to and begins retreating to the back. He ends up stopping when the theme music of Lance Archer plays.

“The Murderhawk Monster” makes his way to the ring. Lambert begs him off and tells him he’s in the ring with the world champion and not to miss his opportunity. Archer grabs a hold of Lambert but ends up shoving him aside and taking Page’s head off with a big lariat.

Archer ends up beating him down. He then sets up a chair in the ring and hits him with his Blackout finisher onto it. He leaves the champ laying as the commentators talk us through highlights of what just transpired.

AEW Dynamite Results-January 5th,2022
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AEW World Championship
Bryan Danielson vs. “Hangman” Adam Page (C)

After that, they send things down to the ring as it’s time to get ready for our opening contest. Kicking off the TBS era of AEW Dynamite tonight will be the highly-anticipated rematch between Bryan Danielson and “Hangman” Adam Page for the AEW World Championship.

On that note, the familiar sounds of the theme for “The American Dragon” plays and out comes the number one ranked contender for our first match of the evening. He settles in the ring and his music fades down.

The crowd amps up now as the entrance music for the champion plays. Out comes “Hangman” Adam Page as J.R. asks us on commentary if we’re ready for some “Cowboy Shiz-nit.” Yes, he literally said shiz-nit, by the way.

With both guys in the ring now, J.R. sends things down to the ring where “The Dapper Yapper” Justin Roberts — new shoes and all — gets the formal pre-match ring introductions underway. He announces Mark Henry, Jerry Lynn and Paul Wight as the three judges for the match should it go the 60-minute time-limit distance again.

We hear the bell and these two immediately get after it, as Page sprints across the ring after Danielson. Danielson avoids the onslaught from the champ and ducks out the back door to take a moment on the floor at ringside. He walks over to where the judges are seated and does some jumping jacks to taunt and mock his opponent.

Back in the ring, Danielson again covers up and avoids an attack from Page. For a second time he slides under the ropes and out to the floor, essentially avoiding the fight. The commentators question his strategy and if he is purposely trying to milk the clock. When he heads back in the ring again, once more we see him avoid Page’s attacks, this time staying in the ring but still not looking to engage.

He backs off from Page and does some more jumping jacks. They lock up again and Danielson isolates one of the arms of Page. Page reverses and Danielson backs off again. Page hits the ropes and dives out to the floor, connecting with Danielson and bringing the fight to him at ringside. Page goes to follow-up with a top-rope moonsault to Danielson on the floor but again Danielson avoids the offensive attempt by the champion.

Danielson ends up back in the ring and Page comes in after him, looking to hit his Buckshot Lariat finisher and end this one quickly. Instead, Danielson ducks out and slides out to the floor yet again. Page tries to dive through the ropes and splash onto him again, but Danielson side-steps him as he sails through the ring ropes. Page lands awkwardly on his arm and immediately the commentators question if he suffered an arm injury with that high-risk attempt.

With Page down and favoring his arm after the awkward landing, Danielson now finally appears ready to get to work. With both competitors back in the ring, Danielson is finally stringing together an offensive attack, focusing on the softened up arm of “Hangman.” Danielson works over Page’s arm for a couple of minutes and then Page ends up catching him and connecting with a fall-away slam to slow down Danielson’s momentum.

From there, Page kips up and goes to work on Danielson, selling his arm the entire time but completely shifting the offense back to his favor. He works over Danielson a bit and then grounds him. He climbs to the top-rope and looks for a big flying lariat. He connects with it and goes for a pin attempt upon landing, however Danielson kicks out at two. As he gets back up, Danielson starts showing signs of life and is fighting back into competitive form.

He gets Page on the floor and builds up a head of steam for a suicide dive. Page side-steps him and launches Danielson over near the steel ring steps. He gets up and runs over to Danielson, but Danielson connects with a drop toe-hold that results in Page landing head-first on the steel ring steps. Danielson gets in some follow-up shots and then rolls into the ring to stop the referee’s count and taunt the fans a bit. The camera pans over to show Page is busted open as a result of his head smashing into the ring steps.

Danielson heads back out to the foor and gets in some follow-up shots on an increasingly bloody “Hangman.” He rolls back into the ring again to break the ref’s count. From there, Excalibur talks us into a mid-match commercial break as the AEW World Championship rematch continues. When we return from the break we see that Danielson is still dominating the action as he is in the middle of hitting repeated headbutts to Page’s bloody dome while holding onto the hair of the champ.

As the action continues, we see Page’s head becoming more and more bloody. He drops down to the mat and looks for a submission attempt, but after getting it locked in he decides to let it go on his own in favor of rolling on top of Page and pummeling him like a shark that smells blood. As Page gets back up, we see his face is quickly becoming an absolute bloody mess, similar to how The Bunny and Tay Conti looked during the women’s street fight on Rampage.

Regardless of his crimson mask, Page slows down Danielson’s momentum and gets in some offense for the first time since getting busted open. He backs Danielson into a corner and blasts him with chops. Danielson reverses him and chops Page a few times, however Page reverses him right back and whips him into the opposing corner. He follows in with a running clothesline and then continues to work him over, taking him down into a pin attempt and bridging back for leverage. Danielson kicks out at two.

Following the pin attempt, Danielson starts to fight back a bit. Page looks for a brainbuster or suplex but Danielson blocks it. Danielson tries for one of his own, but Page blocks it. As they continue to struggle to suplex the other person, we see them roll over the top-rope and land on the floor. Once on the floor, Danielson runs Page face-first into the steel ring post. Page is down and the camera pans over for a close-up shot to show how messy-bloody the champ has become.

“The American Dragon” heads over and picks Page up. He stands on one side of the steel ring post on the floor holding onto Page’s hands while Page is standing on the other side. He is looking to smash him into the post over-and-over again but before he can do it once, Page fights back and instead we see Page ram Danielson face-first into the steel ring post over-and-over again. When the action resumes inside the ring, we see that Danielson was busted open during that spot.

Blood starts free-flowing from the challenger as he is laid out in the ring. Page does some jumping jacks to mock him back in the same fashion that he did earlier in the contest. On that note, Excalibur talks us into another mid-match commercial break as this entertaining AEW World Championship rematch continues. When we return from the break we see Page and Danielson both on the top-rope trading back-and-forth headbutts. Both guys are a complete and total bloody mess, for the record.

Finally we see Page connect with a crazy high-spot off the top-rope for a close near fall attempt. Afterwards we see some immediate replays of the high spot as the fans break out into a loud “This is awesome!” chant inside the Prudential Center. Danielson counters a move attempted by Page as the action resumes, resulting in Page landing on the floor. Danielson looks to capitalize by running off the apron with a high spot, but Page avoids it and counters with a wicked dead-eye, dropping Danielson on his bloody-dome on the hard floor.

Back in the ring, Page looks to finish Danielson off, as he waits for him to get up while standing on the ring apron outside of the ropes, looking to connect with his Buckshot Lariat finisher. Things don’t go as Page planned, and now Danielson starts fighting back. He gets Page down and gets him in his LeBelle Lock submission-finisher. He yanks back with everything he’s got as blood free-flows out of both guys heads, with Danielson’s looking more gruesome but not slowing him down. Page looks like he’s nearly finished off in the hold but eventually he escapes.

Page sends Danielson out to the floor and then climbs to the top-rope. He leaps out to the ringside area, connecting with a big moonsault onto the challenger. He rolls him back into the ring and again looks for his Buckshot Lariat finisher, but again Danielson avoids it. Danielson then connects with a running knee for a super close near fall of his own. After the kick out, the fans in Newark go nuts with a loud “AEW! AEW!” chant. The ref checks on the condition of both guys as blood continues to flow like water in an ocean.

With both guys on their knees and covered in blood, they continue to fight like animals, trading back-and-forth headbutts as they slowly work their way back up to their feet. Once they do, Danielson hits the ropes for some added momentum on his next headbutt. Page does the same thing in response and now they go back-and-forth with headbutts off the ropes. Danielson takes over and start mixes in big kicks. He hooks Page and connects with a Gotch-style cradle piledriver for another close near fall.

After the near fall attempt we see Danielson look over at the judges and smile. He grabs the hand of Page while he is laid out on his back in the ring and proceeds to hit his repeated stomps in his trademark fashion. Page ends up fighting back and connecting with a desparation counter, but Danielson then slaps on a triangle choke off his back out of the blue. Page fights his way out of it but Danielson then locks onto another submission attempt before Page can create some distance between the two of them. Page eventually escapes that submission attempt as well and takes back over on offense.

Page stomps away at Danielson and then hoists him up for a big back-suplex driver. He heads out to the ring apron outside of the ropes, stopping to pull his elbow pad down. He goes for his Buckshot Lariat finisher once again and this time he connects. He immediately goes for the cover and gets the pin fall victory. Another amazing match from these two, only this time we get a winner. Page kicks off the TBS era of Dynamite by slaying the “American Dragon” with his Buckshot Lariat. He celebrates his title win as highlights of key spots in the match are shown. After the match, we head to another commercial break.

Winner and STILL AEW World Champion: “Hangman” Adam Page

AEW Dynamite Results-December 15th,2021
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AEW World Championship
Bryan Danielson vs. “Hangman” Adam Page (C)

After that, we head down to the ring for our first match of the evening — and it’s the one we’ve all been waiting for.

The familiar sounds of Bryan Danielson’s theme song hits as “The American Dragon” makes his way out for our opening contest. Danielson heads to the ring as the commentators talk us through highlights of his recent matches against various Dark Order members in their respective hometowns.

As Danielson settles inside the squared circle, his theme music dies down and then the familiar sounds of “Hangman” Adam Page’s entrance music hits. Out comes the AEW World Champion for the first defense of his title since capturing it from Kenny Omega at AEW Full Gear 2021 back in November.

Immediately we hear the fans inside the Curtis Culwell Center break out into a loud “Cowboy sh*t! Cowboy sh*t!” chant as the champ settles inside the ring for our first match of the evening here at the second annual Winter Is Coming special event.

The commentary trio sends things down to the returning Justin Roberts, as “The Dapper Yapper” sets the tone with the formal pre-match ring introductions for this championship contest. After Danielson and Page are both introduced, the two meet in the middle of the ring for a final staredown.

Now we hear the bell sound and both guys back up to opposing corners of the ring. Page takes a few steps forward towards the middle of the ring and stares down Danielson, who looks back before moving forward as well. The fans break out into loud split chants, with the majority of the crowd getting another “Cowboy sh*t!” chant going, while another segment of the audience chants for Danielson.

We’re off-and-running as these two lock-up. Page backs Danielson into a corner and goes for a big chop, but “The American Dragon” moves out of the way and Page swings at nothing but air. Danielson gets a bit arrogant after that, backing up and taunting Page by over-celebrating the fact that he got out of the way of his chop attempt.

Danielson and Page close in on each other again and once again the two lock up. Page uses a fireman’s carry to take Danielson down to the mat. He isolates the arm of Danielson, who works his way back to his feet. He secures an underhook and scoops Page up and takes him down to the mat, taking him off his feet for the first time in the bout.

Again we see Danielson back up and over-celebrate his early offensive success against the champ. Page and Danielson circle each other and the heel Danielson backs-off and sticks his head through the ropes, which forces Page to back off. The two lock-up again and Danielson goes behind Page and tries taking him down, however Page reverses and whips Danielson into the ropes. Danielson comes off the ropes and Page blasts him with a shoulder block that puts him on the mat with authority.

“The American Dragon” is back up and he gets in a move on Page and once again over-celebrates. He backs up into the corner of the ring and does some celebratory jumping-jacks in mocking / taunting fashion. The two re-engage again and now it is Danielson who takes Page down to the mat and controls his arm. Page gets back to his feet and reverses things, controlling the arm of Danielson. Danielson backs him into the ropes and it looked as though he was going to give him a clean break, but instead he shoves him hard in cheap-shot fashion.

Page heads back after Danielson and shoves him as well. When he goes to re-engage further, again we see Danielson stick his head through the ropes, prompting the referee to force Page to back up. The two lock up again and each man scores a takedown. Page kicks Danielson with a big shot to the chest and as the commentators point out on the broadcast, it resulted in a change in demeanor for Danielson for the first time since the match began.

Danielson ends up going back to his cocky style after that, as he wears a big ear-to-ear smirk on his face and heads to the middle of the ring for a faux handshake offer, which Page of course rejects. The two stare each other down as the fans break out into a couple of pro-Page chants. The action continues with Danielson securing a double wrist-lock on Page. Page counters into a side head lock. He hits the ropes and Danielson tries to leap-frog him, but leaps right into a big body-slam from the champ.

From there, we see Danielson get Page down to the mat and he looks to control him with a submission attempt. He transitions from one submission to a surfboard-style move, which the commentators mention was popularized by Jushin Thunder Liger during his prime years in the business. Page eventually escapes and gets back to his feet. Danielson is up as well and the two trade chops. Page’s lands harder and he follows up with another big shot as Danielson backs into the corner and covers up. Page swings away at him and then climbs up the ropes for the ten-punch spot in the corner as the crowd counts along as each shot lands.

Page backs up and soaks in the atmosphere inside the Curtis Culwell Center. This one slight loss of focus results in the momentum shifting, as Danielson ankle-picks Page down to the mat and locks him in a leg submission. He rolls over and takes top position, where he blasts Page with some vicious ground-and-pound. Danielson pummels Page with some ferocious punches and then taunts him by raising his hands in celebratory fashion as Page remains out of it on his back on the mat.

After that, Page gets back to his feet and tries firing up on offense, however when he goes for the slingshot from the outside of the ring ropes on the ring apron back into the squared circle, he is met with a big elbow from Danielson. Page ends up taking over on offense again, this time stringing together a couple of moves, culminating with Danielson being sent to the floor. He rolls Page back into the ring and heads to the top-rope, but comes flying off into a big shot from Danielson. Danielson smirks and then goes back to work on Page.

Danielson drops his knee into the mid-section of Page over-and-over again. He picks Page up and sends him into the ropes, catching him with a big knee to the bread-basket as he was coming off. He gets Page on the mat and slides his head / neck under the bottom rope before launching him upwards with a catapult. He connects with some European uppercuts to Page after the champ returns to a vertical position. He mixes in some middle kicks and chops before blasting Page with a pair of knees to the gut and then climbing to the top-rope as Page is hanging over the middle rope. He comes off with a diving knee to the back of Page’s head for a near fall.

After that, Excalibur talks us into a mid-match, picture-in-picture commercial break as the action continues in the ring. When we return from the break, we see Page and Danielson in the middle of a test-of-strength spot, with Page starting to shift the momentum in his favor. He ends up taking over control of the action, sending Danielson to the floor and following up with a crazy top-rope moonsault that connects and sends the fans into a frenzy.

Back in the ring, Page continues to add to his momentum, beating Danielson down in his first prolonged offensive run thus far in this match. He looks for the Buckshot Lariat at one point, but Danielson flees under the bottom rope and heads out to the floor as the crowd heavily boos him. Page climbs to the top-rope, presumably looking for another high-risk moonsault to the floor, however this time Danielson springs up to the ring apron and launches Page forward, where he flips and lands awkwardly on the hard part of the ring apron outside the ring ropes. He then crashes onto the floor at ringside as Danielson taunts him and the fans by over-celebrating. He ends up smashing Page into the steel ring post.

As the camera pans back over to Page, we see him finally moving around, and when he does, it’s clear-as-day that his face has become a crimson mask. Blood is pouring down the forehead of the champion and on that note, the commentators talk us into another mid-match commercial break as AEW officials and ringside doctors check on Page and the status of the laceration on his head.

We settle back in from the break, and we hear the fans in the middle of giving Danielson a ton of heel heat. Meanwhile, the commentators inform us that the medical team was working on Page’s cut throughout the break, and it was decided by the champion himself that he can continue the match. On that note, Danielson rushes over to add additional punishment to the champ. He lands a diving knee to the bloody dome of “Hangman” and then hops on the ring apron, builds up a head of steam and lands another flying knee to the head of Page.

From there, the action resumes back inside the ring where Danielson continues to focus his offensive attack on the bloody head and face of Page. He slams him into the corner and then climbs up on top of him for the ten-punch-spot in the corner. As each punch lands, we see more and more blood pouring from the head of Page. Page slumps down into the corner. Danielson then puts the boots to him, stomping away at him. The camera shows a close-up shot of the blood free-flowing down the head of Page.

Now we see Page finally start to show signs of life, as he resists an offensive attack from Danielson and then starts to try and fight back. The two trade shots, however it is Danielson who takes over. This doesn’t last for long, however, as he gets too comfortable with repeated kicks to Page in the corner. Page ends up moving and Danielson kicks the steel post and hurts himself in the process. He rolls out to the floor to allow himself some time to recover, however Page is having none of this, as he heads over to the challenger and puts the boots to him.

Hangman now picks Danielson up and puts his leg over the steel guard rail. He then smashes it repeatedly, as he is focusing his offensive attack on the weakened knee / leg of Danielson. He brings Danielson back into the ring and gets him down to the mat where he applies a figure-four leg lock in the middle of the ring, adding more punishment to the already hurt knee of Danielson. Danielson suffers in the hold for a bit and then eventually rolls to the ropes, forcing the ref to break things up. After that, Excalibur talks us into yet another mid-match commercial break, promising the conclusion of this championship contest when we return.

When we return from the break, we see the two in the middle of a vicious back-and-forth exchange. Page is once again a bloody mess, however he is very much in this fight now. Danielson is selling his knee every time he does anything offensive and anything requiring leg strength/stability, including having to use his other leg for his trademark “Yes!” kicks. Page ends up firing up in the middle of taking repeated kicks from Danielson, popping up to his feet and scooping Danielson up out of nowhere for a big tombstone piledriver that connects. He then goes for the cover, but Danielson kicks out at two. The fans react with a loud “This is awesome!” chant.

The commentators do a good job of setting the stage for the match, explaining to the viewing audience on the broadcast that the match strategy from Danielson was to hurt Page’s ability to hit his Buckshot Lariat finisher, as well as Page’s similar gameplan of taking out the leg of “The American Dragon” in an attempt to nullify his most dangerous offensive tools. Danielson begins taking over on offense again. He takes Page up to the top-rope and climbs up with him backwards. He lifts Page and connects with an enormous back-suplex off the top-rope. He can’t immediately follow-up with a pin attempt, as Danielson’s leg took some punishment on the landing, with him clutching it as soon as he hit the mat.

He finally does go for the pin fall attempt, however Page manages to kick out at two. Danielson stomps and kicks at the skull of Page as he rolls under the bottom rope. Danielson then grabs Page on the hard part of the ring apron outside of the ring ropes. He goes for the same move he hit to finish off his Dark Order opposition on last week’s show, however Page avoids it and counters with a crazy move of his own. Danielson bounces off the hard part of the ring apron and then crashes down to the floor at ringside. Page goes out after him and then heads back into the ring. He climbs to the top-rope and leaps off with violent intentions, however Danielson moves out of the way and Page crashes through the timekeepers table.

After that, Excalibur says we have to step away again as we head into yet another mid-match commercial break. As we settle back in from the break, we see Danielson has torn up the padding and mats covering the concrete floor outside of the ring. Some highlights are shown of Page going through the timekeepers table from right before the break are shown and then we see highlights of Danielson hitting a DDT on the exposed concrete floor. Back in the ring, Page hits a big spot of his own to slow down Danielson’s momentum. Danielson and Page are both down as the crowd makes a ton of noise and tries rallying behind the champ. Instead, Danielson gets up first and starts blasting Page with kicks. He stops after a couple of them lands to sell the punishment his knee has endured in this hard-hitting title contest.

Danielson then kicks him a few more times for good measure before taking him to the corner of the ring. He brings Page up to the top-rope and climbs up after him backwards as the commentators point out that we are approaching the one-hour mark of this match. Danielson goes for a big back-suplex throw off the top-rope on Page, however Page flips over and lands on his feet. He then charges across the ring and blasts Danielson with a big shot, nearly turning him inside-out. Page and Danielson are both slow to get up after that, but it is Page who ends up on his feet first. Danielson is up a second later and the two stagger to the middle of the ring, where they begin trading shots, allowing the crowd to react as each one connects.

Page looks to get the better of the exchange, however Danielson ends up blasting him with a headbutt that slows him down. Danielson tries to capitalize after that, however Page avoids his attempts and then the two begin another striking exchange. Page gets the better of it and goes for a spinning strike, but spins right into a big kick from Danielson that floors him. After that, Danielson follows up with some more shots that decks the champ. Page stays down this time and Danielson heads over to his lifeless body as the commentators remind us again about the one-hour mark fast-approaching. Danielson does his trademark spot where he grabs the hands of Page and stomps the hell out of him.

The commentators again bring up how we’ve only got five minutes remaining in the allotted one-hour time limit. They are critical of Danielson not changing up his strategy, stressing that this is essentially a five-minute match at this point. Page counters a move attempted by Danielson and connects with his Dead Eye semi-finisher for a close near fall. Page stands over a laid out Danielson with blood pouring down his own head still, and he lets out a big yell before doing Danielson’s own spot to him by grabbing his hands and stomping the hell out of the unprotected face, body and injured leg of the challenger. He takes off his elbow pad and throws it into the crowd before taking his spot on the ring apron outside the ring ropes, with his Buckshot Lariat finisher in mind.

Hangman slingshots himself into the ring and goes for the big lariat, but Danielson catches the arm in motion and uses it to take Page down right into his LeBelle Lock submission finisher. As Danielson cranks back on the hold, we hear Justin Roberts on the house mic give us an update on the time, noting there are only two minutes remaining in the match. The fans chant “Cowboy sh*t!” in an attempt to rally Page back into the fight. It works as Page escapes the submission from Danielson and blasts him with a big clothesline. He heads to the ring apron and this time he connects with his Buckshot Lariat finisher. Before he can go for the pin fall attempt, however, the bell sounds and we hear from “The Dapper Yapper” that the time limit has expired. As a result, this match ends in a draw and “Hangman” Adam Page retains his AEW Championship.

“Hangman” Adam Page retains AEW Championship due to Time-Limit Draw

AEW Dynamite Results for December 1, 2021
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AEW World Champion “Hangman” Adam Page was filling in for Jim Ross. Keep fightin’, J.R.!

Earlier today, Tony Khan announced that on the December 15th edition of DYNAMITE (#WinterIsComing), it’ll be champ “Hangman” Adam Page vs. “The American Dragon” Bryan Danielson for the AEW World Championship!

“The American Dragon” Bryan Danielson vs. Dark Order’s Alan “5” Angels!

Angels turned things around on Danielson and the southpaw fired in some heavy hands in the corner. Danielson fired back with an uppercut. Angels was kicking at Bryan’s legs from down on the mat. Danielson charged at Angels in the turnbuckles and there was a chorus of boos directed at him from the hot Atlanta crowd.

Angels grabbed Bryan with a backslide for a near fall. Danielson got up with a butterfly suplex and an armbar on Angels but Angels got the rope break. Angels wasted no time and took down Danielson with a tope suicida and then a moonsault off the turnbuckles to the outside. He caught Danielson with a Spanish Fly for a near fall.

Angels attempted a moonsault press but Bryan Danielson moved out of the way. He grabbed Angels’ arms, looked over at Adam Page, and began stomping on the head of Alan Angels. Danielson looked on the knee bar and Angels tapped!

“Next week, I hear there’s a Dark Order member from Long Island, and I’m gonna stomp his head in too. And in two weeks at Winter is Coming, that’s where I take your title ‘Hangman’ Page. That’s where I show the world it’s not ‘Cowboy S—t’, it’s ‘coward s—t’!” said Danielson.

“Hangman” Adam Page heard enough from Danielson. Page got up from the broadcast booth and wanted to jump into the ring, but Dark Order’s John Silver stopped him. Earlier in the day, Tony Khan said that Page couldn’t touch Danielson before Winter is Coming. Danielson taunted “Hangman” before Danielson walked away.

AEW Dynamite Results for November 24, 2021
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Up next: “The American Dragon” Bryan Danielson vs. Colt “Boom Boom” Cabana!

Bryan and Coltski chain wrestled to start the match. Colt applied a surf board to Danielson but Danielson escaped. Bryan nailed Cabana with roundhouse kicks to the chest! Bryan followed up with European uppercuts. Danielson charged at Colt in the corner but Colt dodged it!

The arena was chanting “Colt Ca-ba-na!”

Colt dropped an elbow on the crown of Danielson. Colt attempted the Flying Apple but Danielson countered with a suplex. Danielson went back to the kicks and chops to Colt’s chest!

“This has been hard-hitting!” said Tony Schiavone.

Danielson and Cabana jockeyed for position on the top turnbuckle and Cabana got the better of it! Colt hit a perfect moonsault down onto Danielson!

“The American Dragon” trapped Cabana’s arms and then stomped his head! Bryan applied the LeBell Lock and Colt had no choice but to tap out!

After the match, Danielson picked up one of Colt’s teeth off the mat!

Tony Schiavone interviewed Danielson afterwards. Danielson was still proudly holding up Colt’s knocked out tooth.

Danielson: “When I debuted in Chicago, I got a much different reaction than this. And I wonder if it’s me, or if it’s you. And I have one word to describe that: it’s fickle. And I not only kicked Colt’s head in, I kicked his teeth out. And next week we’re in Atlanta and I hear there are a few Dark Order members who are from Atlanta and I’ll kick their heads in. And that’s just leading to one thing—”

AEW World Champion “Hangman” Adam Page walked to the ring!

Page: “We’re in Chicago. This city, this building, holding a special place in my heart. And I can’t think of a better place than to defend this belt against you right here, right now.”

Danielson: “Of course you’d said that after I already wrestled a match. To me that’s not cowboy s—t, that’s coward s—t.”

Page: “I’m not leaving Chicago without a fight. I’ll even give you the first shot.”

Danielson: “Don’t you insult me like that!”

Bryan Danielson smacked Adam Page! The AEW Champion Adam Page attempted the Buckshot Lariat but Danielson retreated from the ring, narrowly avoiding the Buckshot Lariat!

AEW Dynamite Results-November 17th,2021
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We then hear that it’s almost time for some “Cowboy Sh*t” as “Hangman” Adam Page’s AEW Title celebration is coming up. First, we shoot backstage where we see Kenny Omega, Adam Cole and The Young Bucks talking. Omega then asks them to hold things down while he deals with some stuff.

National Cowboy Sh*t Day Celebration With Hangman Page

Now we head back inside the venue and we see The Dark Order members in the ring. They announce that it”s “National Cowboy Sh*t Day” and then introduce the new AEW World Champion Adam “Hangman” Page.

Page’s music hits and out he comes as the crowd goes wild. He settles in the ring after flashing his newly acquired AEW Title and then his music cuts off.

The fans show love to the champ and then the crowd breaks out in a chant, which Page says he hasn’t earned. This prompts the Norfolk fans to break out in a “You earned it!” chant. Page talks about being in the position to do whatever he wants, but notes he is still just a man with a job and a boss.

“Hangman” says his boss is the fans. He says if his boss will allow it, he would like to stay in this ring and celebrate “National Cowboy Sh*t Day” with everyone. The fans break out in a loud “Cowboy Sh*t” chant.

Bryan Danielson Approaches “Hangman” Adam Page

From there, he goes on to bring up the new number one contender and his next challenger for the AEW Championship. After mentioning Bryan Danielson by name, the theme for the “American Dragon” hits.

Danielson makes his way down to the ring to a nice pop from the crowd and then settles inside the squared circle with a microphone. His music dies down and he says he’s here for one reason — to congratulate Page on capturing the AEW title.

He says he was hoping when he won the tournament that earned him the next shot at the AEW title, he would be standing across from Kenny Omega. Page points out that it’s not Omega, and even mentions how he beat him inside 30 minutes to win the title.

The conversation continues to get more tense and then they close in on each other and go face to face. Danielson asks the fans if they want to see this match tonight. The fans explode. Danielson says normally he would be up for it, and points out that he’s in his gear and ready.

He then points out Page is wearing cowboy boots and jeans, as well as “some kind of horrible leather jacket.” He says he doesn’t want to beat him for the title and give him the ready-made excuse that he was not prepared for the defense in the first place.

Page goes on to respond, saying he guesses they won’t have the match tonight. He points out that Virginia might be for lovers, but vows he’ll still fight. He gets nose-to-nose with Danielson and pushes his head back. This leads to a pull apart, with The Dark Order members trying to keep these two apart.

Danielson mentions how Page’s friends are stopping them, saying it’s intentional because Hangman doesn’t really want to fight right now. He says they know he’d kick his ass so that’s why they won’t let him go. On that note, they do let him go and they brawl again before Dark Order breaks them up.

The crowd chants “Let them fight!” as Excalibur talks us into a commercial break, noting Danielson vs. Evil Uno from The Dark Order will be up on the other side of the break.

AEW Full Gear Results-November 13th,2021
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AEW Men’s World Championship!

“The Cleaner” Kenny Omega (c.) (with Don Callis) vs. “Hangman” Adam Page!

Page blistered the chest of the champion with knife-edged chops. Callis grabbed Page’s boot from outside and Omega took advantage. Omega kicked Page but Page pulled himself over the top rope and down onto the champ!

Omega targeted the spine of Page, but Page reversed a suplex outside the ring. Page connected with a big-time cross body press onto Omega for a near fall. Omega thumbed Page in the eyes.

“Omega is someone who has cardio for days,” said Excalibur.

Page regrouped and hammered Omega with heavy shots. Kenny took down the challenger with a hurracanrana, sending Page to the floor. Omega crashed onto Page with the Terminator dive! Page blocked a moonsault from Omega by raising his knees. ‘Hangman’ tossed Omega with the fallaway slam! Omega rolled out of the ring and Page wasted no time with a tope suicida! Page didn’t give Omega any time to rest, hitting a moonsault from the ring post onto Omega!

“Man, this match is everything I thought it might be and more,” said Jim Ross.

Omega disoriented the challenger with palm strikes and then a springboard Liger Bomb! Omega hit Page with the Snap Dragon suplex. Omega nailed Page with a Snap Dragon suplex on the ring apron! He followed up with the V-Trigger! Page escaped the One-Winged Angel from Omega, but then Omega spiked Page with a Tiger Driver 98!

The fans chanted “Let’s go ‘Hangman’!”

Omega began to bite at the laceration on Adam Page’s head. Kenny climbed to the top turnbuckle but Page shoved him and then began to bite on Kenny’s head! Page sent Omega flying to the mat with an avalanche blockbuster for a near fall!

Page jumped off the steel post and met Omega with a flying lariat, smashing Omega through the timekeeper’s table! Adam Page was looking for the Buckshot Lariat but Omega collapsed. Instead Page went for the V-Trigger but Omega dodged it. Page transitioned to the Buckshot Lariat but Omega pulled ref Paul Turner into the line of fire!

Don Callis jumped into the ring with the AEW World title but Hangman ducked the belt shot! Page had Omega in his clutches when ref Aubrey Edwards sprinted down. Omega kicked out at the two-count!

Omega was knocked on his knees after V-Triggers. Omega went for another V-Trigger but Page caught Omega with the rolling elbow strike!

“These men are exchanging some heavy, heavy blows,” said Jim Ross.

Kenny Omega hit Page with Kawada kicks! Page flipped off Omega and turned Omega inside out with a lariat!

The Young Bucks limped out to the ringside area. Omega and Page exchanged backdrop drivers! Page’s Buck Shot Lariat was countered by a V-Trigger! Page nailed Omega with the One-Winged Angel but Kenny kicked out. Page looked down at Matt Jackson and Matt Jackson nodded at him. Page finished off Omega with the Buck Shot Lariat and pinned him!

And new AEW World Champion…“Hangman” Adam Page!

The Dark Order walked out onto the ramp to applaud the new champ! Page invited them into the ring and gave them a group hug!

AEW Dynamite Results-November 10th,2021
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Time for the contract signing ahead of their match this Saturday at FULL GEAR, where AEW World Champion Kenny Omega defends against “Hangman” Adam Page!

The Elite and the Dark Order were banned from this contract signing by Tony Khan. Both factions were seen leaving the arena.

Tony Schiavone was in the ring to facilitate the contract signing.

Page grabbed the microphone: “You know after all this time I don’t know what’s left to say. But the sooner I sign this, the sooner I get to FULL GEAR and beat your ass for the championship.”

Omega: “I wish I could share your excitement. But I’m a little sad ‘Hangman’. We were friends. We were partners. If it wasn’t for your insecurities, this could all be yours. We were the ones in The Elite who put you back up on your horse when you fell off the saddle. I saw a bit of myself in you, but how wrong I was.”

Page: “I look across the ring and I see the ‘Best Bout Machine.’ You told me a lot of lies, but the biggest lie you told me was last year at FULL GEAR when you said you were proud of me. You aren’t proud of me. You’re afraid of me. I’ll beat you and I’ll become the AEW World Champion this Saturday.”

Omega: “Believe it or not, I care about you ‘Hangman’. I want to be able to shake your hand right here right now, one last time. Let’s kill it at the pay-per-view. Good job. I’m proud of you.”

A camera man smashed a TV camera into Page! The camera man was actually Don Callis in disguise!

Page was busted wide open! Omega used Page’s blood and Omega signed the contract!

AEW Dynamite Results-November 3rd,2021
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Tonight’s show kicked off with AEW World Champion Kenny Omega (with Michael Nakazawa) vs. Dark Order’s Alan Angels!

“Our thoughts are with Jon Moxley, hoping for his recovery. All of our support is behind him,” said Excalibur as the show began.

Angels went after Omega with a shotgun dropkick! Omega fired back with a kick and a chop to Angels.

“Look how aggressive the world champion is,” said Schiavone.

“He has a good memory,” said Jim Ross, referring to the first time the two squared off back in April of 2020.

Angels reversed an Irish Whip and followed up with a leg lariat to Omega. The champ rallied back with a Kotaro Crusher He face palmed Angels, bouncing Angel’s head across the mat. Omega drove Angels down into his knee! Omega ran in for the V-Trigger but Angels dodged it. Angels landed a tope suicida on Omega!

“Maybe this kid has Omega’s number,” said Jim Ross.

Omega sent Angels chest-first into the ring apron. He tried again but Angels put on the breaks and countered with a moonsault off the second turnbuckle onto Omega! Angels connected with a cross body off the top rope for a near fall on Omega!

Angels ascended to the top rope once again, this time for a frog splash, but Kenny blocked it with his knees! Omega buckle-bombed Angels but Angels kicked out of the pin attempt.

“Omega might be having flashbacks to 18 months ago,” said Excalibur.

They traded forearms. Angels escaped a snap dragon from suplex but Omega caught him under the chin with the V-Trigger! Angels kicked out again!

“Alan Angels is for real here!” said Tony Schiavone.

Omega got a full head of steam and rocked Angels with two consecutive V-Triggers and the champ finally prevailed with the pinfall!

After the match, Omega ordered Nakazawa to give him a steel chair. Omega was about to drop Angels on the steel chair with the One-Winged Angel but “Hangman” Adam Page came out to the ring! Omega tried to swat Page with the steel chair but Angels grabbed it away from Omega. Page grabbed the ropes and attempted the Buckshot Lariat on Omega but Omega ducked it and jumped out of the ring.

“Kenny, you’ve got 10 days,” said “Hangman” Adam Page, referring to the main event of FULL GEAR on pay-per-view on November 13th!

AEW Dynamite Results-October 27th,2021
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Stu Grayson, Evil Uno, John Silver & Colt Cabana vs. Kenny Omega, Adam Cole & The Young Bucks

As we return from the break, we hear The Dark Order’s theme music play and out comes the four-man team of Stu Grayson, Evil Uno, John Silver and Colt Cabana. They will be competing in eight-man tag-team action in our main event of the evening.

The Dark Order foursome emerge in Halloween costumes and settle inside the ring as their music dies down. Now some special music plays as the BTE logo flashes across the screen. Out comes The Super Elite to The Ghostbusters theme song.

Kenny Omega, Adam Cole and The Young Bucks come out dressed up like the Ghostbusters while the theme from the popular movie series plays, “I ain’t afraid of no ghost!” They settle into the ring and we’re about to get our final match of the evening underway.

The bell sounds and we’re off-and-running as Cole and Silver start things off for their respective teams. We see some interference from both sides and then a bunch of high spots break out one-after-another as we head to a mid-match commercial break as the action continues.

When we return from the break, we see Grayson launching himself off the shoulders of the Young Bucks for a big high spot coming out of the corner. The fans go nuts in Boston as Colt Cabana gets the hot tag. He hits the ring and starts taking out any-and-everything that moves as the crowd continues to make a ton of noise.

Dark Order members run into stereo super kicks from The Young Bucks. The Bucks continue to lay out anyone who moves with super kicks until even accidentally, Knox gets flattened with a super kick from Jackson. Jackson hits a low blow and thinks he’s alone but he turns around to see The Dark Order trio still in the ring waiting for him. Unfortunately for them, Omega, Cole and Jackson was behind them and blasted all three with low blows to drop them.

The Super Elite put their Ghostbuster packs on and then they sandwich the Dark Order guys with back-bumps. They pile the packs up in the ring and then hit the combo power bomb on Cabana onto them. The marshmellow giant comes in the ring, played by Brandon Cutler, but then more members of Dark Order in costume run down and hit the ring. The Super Elite beat them down before they can get into the ring.

The top-end of a two-man horse costume comes into the ring but Jackson low-blows him. They hold him down and hit the BTE Trigger on him. They remove the horse’s head mask to reveal that it was Brandon Cutler with his mouth taped shut under the mask. They look shocked by this and immediately hit the floor to gain revenge — except one of The Young Bucks. He stays in the ring with the marshmellow giant. He takes the head off to reveal it is Hangman Page. He takes out Jackson and then Stu Grayson hits a big dive from the corner onto everyone on the floor. Page hits the Dead Eye and then Silver follows up with the spin doctor for the pin fall victory.

Hangman Page leads The Dark Order in a beer-drinking celebration after the victory while The Super Elite leave to the back in their Ghostbuster gear looking pissed off. That’s how this week’s show goes off the air. Thanks for joining us!

Winners: The Dark Order