AEW Dynamite premiered their eleventh episode this week, from down south in Texas.
Event: AEW Dynamite
Date: December 11, 2019
Location: Garland, Texas
Jon Moxley def. Alex Reynolds: Contrary to the usual trend, this week’s episode kicked off with a squash match, which saw Moxley pick up one of the fastest wins in AEW. Post-match, Reynolds’ partner John Silver tried to one-up on Moxely but received a DDT for his deeds.
Chris Jericho and his entourage made their way to the ring. The AEW World Champion talked about his history with Moxley from their time in WWE, referencing their feud from 2016. Jericho went on to offer Moxley a spot in Inner Circle by offering him a t-shirt. Moxley didn’t make any move as Jericho moved away to end the segment.
The Butcher and The Blade def. Cody and QT Marshall: Cody found a partner in QT Marshall for the debut of the two superstars who attacked him two weeks ago. In a sloppy matchup, the debutants picked up the victory after hitting Marshall with a double-team move.
Post-match, Darby Allin made his way to the ring and helped Cody to get back on his feet. Allin went back after helping Cody.
MJF entered the ring with Wardlow to address Cody’s offer for a match from last week. MJF brought in a camera-assistant to the ring and hit him with a Cross Rhodes. MJF mocked Cody’s lisp during his promo and said he doesn’t need any money from the AEW Executive Vice President. MJF said he’ll fight against Cody, but with some stipulations attached which will be announced on January 1 episode from Jacksonville.
Alex Reynolds was shown watching TV which has The Dark Order‘s commercial going on. Suddenly the Dark Order addressed Reynolds and offered him and Silver a chance to join their team.
Big Swole def. Emi Sakura: The latest AEW signee made her debut on Dynamite and took down the veteran Sakura, as the number one contender Hikaru Shida watched on from the crowd. Swole hit a ripcord forearm for the pinfall.
PAC demanded yet another match against Kenny Omega, who defeated him on Dynamite recently. PAC said he wants the rubber match and doesn’t want to be treated unfairly in the company.
Kenny Omega & Adam Page def. Shawn Spears & Kip Sabian: Spears’ manager Tully Blanchard said that he wanted to create the best tag-team in the world, and wanted to test out Sabian and Spears. The duo faced off against two of the best singles wrestlers in the company. Spears was distracted by Joey Janela, who had tied up Blanchard to a chair. Omega and Page took advantage of the distraction to take down Sabian and win the match.
Brandi Rhodes cut a promo and introduced the Nightmare Collective which has a mystery superstar. Rhodes went on to take jabs at AEW Women’s Champion Riho and Britt Baker and said that the offer for Kris Statlander was still on the table.
Luchasaurus def. Sammy Guevara: Chris Jericho and Jake Hager took over commentary for this matchup, which saw the biggest man in AEW take up an easy victory over the Spanish God. Post-match, the Jungle Express brawled with Jericho and Hager, with Jungle Boy getting one-up on Le Champion.
Street Fight: The Young Bucks def. Santana & Ortiz: The two teams squared off for a chance to face SCU (who were ringside for the match) for the titles on next week’s episode. The match saw Dustin Rhodes, Jake Hager, Sammy Guevara get involved, with Young Bucks eventually hitting the Meltzer Driver for the win.