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AEW Dynamite Results May 24, 2023: Highlights, Live Coverage, Winners

AEW Dynamite Results May 24, 2023: Highlights, Live Coverage, Winners

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Here are the full results for this Wednesday's AEW Dynamite Episode which is slated to air live on May 24, 2023, from MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, NV.

AEW Dynamite airs every Wednesday at 8 pm ET on TBS in the United States. In Canada, AEW Dynamite is available through the TSN website. In India, AEW Dynamite airs on Eurosport every Thursday at 5:30 AM IST.

The show is available on the TSN Direct streaming service at 10 pm Eastern, the same time that the show will air live on TNT and FITE TV.

AEW Dynamite Results May 24, 2023: Highlights

AEW International Title Match: Orange Cassidy vs. Kyle Fletcher

Kick by Fletcher into a brainbuster for 2. Fletcher recently had to relinquish the IWGP and NJPW Strong Tag Team Titles, so he's hungry. Clothesline for 2 by Fletcher. Cassidy rolls to the floor, and Fletcher mocks Cassidy before getting thrown to the apron. DDT by Cassidy on the floor, followed by a Beach Break. Cassidy rolls back into the ring. Fletcher beats the count out and they exchange rollups. Cassidy keeps his hands in his pockets and delivers a kick for 2. Fletcher follows with ground and pound.

Fletcher executes a delayed suplex before we head to commercial.

We're back, and Fletcher has Cassidy in his grasp. Cassidy counters with a Stundog into a DDT for a near fall of 2. Fletcher retaliates with a kick, sending Cassidy to the floor. Cassidy shoves Fletcher and attempts a crossbody, but Fletcher counters with a Michinoku Driver for 2. Fletcher delivers forearms, followed by a rollup. He continues with more forearms and elbows as the challenger.

Cassidy responds with a brainbuster, leaving both men down. Cassidy gathers himself and nails a Michinoku Driver for another near fall of 2. Fletcher hits 2 piledrivers, but only gets a 2-count. Fletcher sets up an Avalanche piledriver and connects, but Cassidy kicks out at 2. Fletcher follows up with a leg lariat, and Cassidy responds with a DDT. Fletcher retaliates with a kick, but Cassidy surprises him with a rollup and scores the pinfall victory.

WINNER: Orange Cassidy

We are informed that Ricky Starks will be participating in the Blackjack Battle Royal. Backstage, Starks expresses his frustration over being constantly targeted by Jay White and Juice Robinson. Suddenly, members of Bullet Club Gold attack him, leaving him incapacitated after delivering a conchairto.

Next, we hear from Jungle Boy as he prepares for his World Title Shot scheduled for this Sunday.

FTR emerges in casual attire, with Cash acknowledging that they have been outsmarted in the past, but they are determined to seek revenge. Dax confidently states that there is no way a couple of individuals who were rejected by TNA can defeat them.

Just then, Mark Briscoe, the referee for Sunday's title match, enters the scene. FTR warns Mark not to allow Sonjay and his associates to make a fool out of him. In response, Mark slaps Dax, and Cash attempts to mediate the situation. Suddenly, Team Sonjay Dutt arrives, and Mark bravely slaps them all away. Renee interviews Sammy Guevara, who shares that MJF had offered him a bribe to lay down in their match on Sunday. Sammy vehemently refuses and vows to win the AEW title instead.

AEW World Trios Title, House of Black Rules: House of Black vs. Metalik, AR Fox and Blake Christian

There are several peculiar rules in this match, including a 20 count on the floor, no rope breaks, and no tags required. Matthews and Christian engage in a series of armdrags, with Matthews following up with a kick. Suddenly, Metalik and Malakai enter the ring. King also joins the fray but is on the receiving end of a corkscrew kick. King delivers a devastating choke slam.

The arena is illuminated in an unusual manner. Blake and Black find themselves battling on the apron, while Metalik tags in and executes a flawless moonsault. Metalik follows up with a shotgun dropkick, and the action spills out to the floor. Fox and King engage in a fierce fight, with King delivering a powerful double chop. Fox surprises everyone with a senton onto his opponents on the outside. However, he soon falls victim to a stomping attack by Matthews. Matthews applies a cloverleaf submission hold, and despite Fox reaching the ropes, he is unable to escape. Eventually, Fox is forced to tap out, resulting in Matthews' victory.

WINNER: House of Black

We are shown highlights of the Elite and Blackpool Combat Club leading up to Anarchy in the Arena. Backstage, the BCC prepares for tonight's ROH tag team title match and gets pumped up for Sunday's event.

MJF makes his entrance and splashes water onto Tony Schiavone. Inside the ring, he proceeds to insult the Las Vegas fans. He then directs his insults towards his challengers but somewhat acknowledges their status as three of the four pillars. However, he quickly turns on them and the fans, displaying his arrogant demeanor. MJF takes the opportunity to remind everyone that his contract is nearing its expiration. Just then, Allin's music hits, and MJF demands that it be cut off.

Darby starts talking about his personal journey but is suddenly struck with a low blow. Sammy Guevara rushes to the ring, causing MJF to flee, but he is caught and attacked by Jack Perry.

Perry proudly poses with the Triple B (presumably a reference to his championship belt). We are presented with a video package showcasing the upcoming match between Wardlow and Christian Cage.

Taya Valkyrie vs. Lady Frost

Taya swiftly executes a takedown press, garnering a near fall count of 2. However, Frost skillfully counters with a headscissors takedown, displaying her agility. In the corner, Taya unleashes a series of forceful kicks, followed by a thunderous lariat, earning another close 2-count. Displaying her dominance, Taya delivers a powerful back elbow and a resounding chop. Yet, her momentum falters as she misses a charging move, leaving an opening for Frost to connect with a high kick. The impact is significant, resulting in a colossal lariat by Taya that nearly secures the victory.

WINNER: Taya Valkyrie

Roderick Storm vs Daniel Garcia

The bout begins with a focus on technical wrestling, transitioning into a chop exchange that emphasizes the ferocity of Strong's chops, as aptly mentioned by Taz. During the picture-in-picture break, Garcia gains control of the match and even indulges in a mocking dance, rousing the crowd's displeasure with resounding boos.

As the match progresses, the initial intensity gradually subsides, shifting towards a more traditional Garcia-style encounter. In the end, Strong emerges victorious by executing a move that sees him drop Garcia across his knees, securing the pinfall and claiming the well-deserved win.

WINNER: Roderick Strong

ROH World Tag Team Title: The Lucha Bros vs. Claudio Castignoli & Wheeler Yuta

Bryan Danielson has made his entrance to the booth, igniting a chaotic brawl right from the start. The Luchas unleash thunderous superkicks, gracefully executing topes and daring dives from the top rope, crashing onto the unforgiving floor. Penta delivers a powerful driver to Yuta, nearly securing a pinfall, while Claudio delivers a forceful uppercut to Fenix. Exhibiting his agility, Penta swiftly follows up with a stunning SlingBlade on Claudio, leaving Fenix to block any interference attempts. The action intensifies as we cut to a commercial break.

As we return, the match has shifted in favor of the BCC, who subject Fenix to a punishing leg stretch while Yuta employs a cravate hold. Claudio expertly thwarts the Lucha Bros' attempt at a tag and proceeds to execute a jaw-dropping Giant Swing, coming tantalizingly close to a victory. However, Fenix retaliates with a breathtaking destroyer, prompting both teams to make their respective tags.

The ring becomes a battleground as all four men fiercely clash, showcasing their athleticism and skill. Penta delivers a resounding splash on Yuta, seeking a pinfall, but Claudio valiantly saves his partner. Undeterred, Penta launches a thunderous kick, simultaneously striking both members of the BCC. The Young Bucks emerge unexpectedly from beneath the ring, thwarting Claudio's attempt to rescue Yuta, and the Lucha Bros execute a breathtaking double stomp for the decisive pinfall.

WINNERS: The Lucha Bros

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