AEW Dynamite: The Crossroads – coverage and live results of the March 3, 2021 show

By Miguel Uceda – PUBLISHED ON 03/04/2021 AT 01:00

TNT Drama will air today March 3 the 75th episode of AEW Dynamite live from the Daily’s Place in Jacksonville, Florida. This week’s show has several attractions, such as Saquille O’Neal and Jade Cargill’s match against Cody Rhodes and Red Velvet, or the finals of the AEW Women’s World Championship Eliminator Tournament between Nyla Rose and Ryo Mizunami.

Saquille O’Neal y Jade Cargill vs. Cody Rhodes (con Arn Anderson) y Red Velvet

People go crazy before the bell rings. Shaq shoves Cody off relatively easily with a shove. Cody hits Shaq’s chest with a couple of slaps but the giant responds with the same medicine and a Backdrop. Cargill takes over, connects a Punt Kick and Velvet responds with a Hook Kick. Cargill surprises Velvet in the air after a Crossbody attempt, applies a Fallaway Slam and Cody takes the opportunity to knock Shaq down to ringside. Austin Gunn attacks Shaq behind the referee’s back with a chair, so Shaq becomes entangled with the entire Nightmare Family and chaos erupts at ringside. Velvet throws herself at everyone with an Orihara Moonsault but back in the ring she is at the mercy of a Cargill Figure Four. They both go ringside and set up a couple of tables. Shaq finishes Cody with a Powerbomb and Cody reacts immediately with a Body Slam, something that seems to make his shoulder injury worse. Velvet runs against the ropes, Cargill with a Spinebuster and Cody smashes Shaq from the apron against the tables outside with a Crossbody. Velvet takes advantage of Cargill’s distraction and seeks to win, unsuccessfully, with a Spear. That’s when Cargill finishes off with a Wheelbarrow Facebuster for the win.
Winners: Saquille O’Neal and Jade Cargill via pinfall.

Saquille O’Neal an ambulance is put on a stretcher during the advertisement. When Tony Schiavone prepares to interview him, Shaq is no longer inside.

Death Triangle (PAC y Fenix) vs. John Skyler y D3

A 450 Splash and a Fire Thunder Drover from Fenix ​​is ​​enough for them to take the victory.
Winners: Death Triangle (PAC and Fenix) via pinfall.

Chris Jericho Y MJF, accompanied by the Inner Circle, head to the ring to give a press conference in the face of AEW Revolution. One person asks Chris Jericho about what the AEW World Tag Team Championships mean to him. Jericho responds that “Le Champion” is not a mere nickname and that it has been a year since he lost the AEW World Championship. Also remember those times when you teamed up with Dwayne Johnson (The Rock) y Paul Wight (Big Show), and says that after Revolution it will be the turn to triumph alongside MJF. Conrad Thompson asks about Sammy Guevara, but Jericho and MJF get upset and avoid answering the question. When asked why the Young Bucks’ father was attacked last week, MJF excuses himself saying it was in self-defense, as Papa Buck “tried to attack” Jericho a couple of weeks ago. Eric Bischoff he asks about Papa Buck’s condition and where does Jericho rank for stupid ideas to motivate the Young Bucks to seek revenge.

The Young Bucks They make an appearance to emphasize that Jericho and MJF have decided to take the rivalry to the personal. Matt says that if it weren’t for his father, AEW wouldn’t exist, that MJF would still be living at his parents’ house, and that Chris Jericho would be fighting a low-key match at the Performance Center. The champions strike their future opponents with a Superkick and chaos erupts in the ring, with a pitched battle between the Inner Circle and Matt and Nick’s allies, including each other. Doc Gallows Y Karl Anderson, who take a couple of tables to the stage. Santana and Ortiz end up knocked out on the tables and the Californian brothers jump on them with a Diving Elbow Drop and a Senton from the top of the stage.

Atsushi Onita, inventor of the Exploding Barbed Wire Deathmatch, talks about the brutality of combat and how well it could work with two fighters as intense as Jon Moxley Y Kenny Omega in AEW Revolution.

FTR (Dax Harwood y Cash Wheeler) y Tully Blanchard (con J.J. Dillion) vs. Jurassic Express (Jungle Boy, Luchasaurus y Marko Stunt)

Tully Blanchard wears the former NWA United States Heavyweight Championship during his inning. Jungle Boy catches Wheeler with a Snare Trap at ringside and Harwood takes advantage of the referee’s distraction to have Dillion hand him his shoe and hit Jungle Boy. Harwood removes the protection from the ringside floor and throws Jungle Boy into the concrete in a Body Slam. After a phase of dominance by Harwood, Marko throws himself in a Crossbody on Blanchard, leaving free way for Luchasaurus to finish off Harwood and Wheeler with a double German Suplex. Jungle Boy sends Harwood against Luchasaurus with a Hurricanrana, and at ringside, proceeds with a Swinging DDT. FTR applies a combination of Superplex and Frog Splash to Jungle Boy for the count of two. Marko stops the count of three of his rivals after a sequence of bridged Suplexes, but Blanchard finishes him off with his signature Slingshot Suplex. Luchasaurus hits Blanchard with a Tail Whip Kick, connects the Thoracic Express with Jungle Boy but Wheeler is free before the third slap. Jungle Boy tries to pounce on Harwood and Tully at ringside but a masked person intercepts him in midair with a Powerslam. Finally, Harwood, Wheeler and Blanchard take the victory with their characteristic Spike Piledriver over Luchasaurus.
Winners: FTR (Dax Harwood and Cash Wheeler) and Tully Blanchard (with JJ Dillion) via pinfall.

After the combat, the masked person reveals his identity and turns out to be Shawn Spears. Arn Anderson He appears through the entrance tunnel, shows interest in what happened and makes the gesture of the Four Horsemen.

Tony Schiavone interviews Paul Wight on his signing with AEW and his work as a commentator on AEW Dark: Elevation. People go crazy with the appearance of Wight, who starts by saying “raise your hand if you saw this turn coming.” He then announces that on Sunday at AEW Revolution, will announce the signing of an important talent worthy of Hall of Fame.

AEW Women’s World Championship Eliminator Tournament – Final
Nyla Rose (with Vickie Guerrero) vs. Ryo mizunami

Mizunami dodges Nyla with a Backdrop, slaps her with Chops to the chest and looks for the count of three after a Lariat to the corner. Nyla with a Big Boot, Running Senton and a count of two. Nyla chokes Mizunami against the bottom rope after a Driver and maintains her dominance with kicks and a Camel Clutch. Mizunami manages to recover, looks for a Suplex on his rival but receives a Body Slam in return. Mizunami dodges Nyla’s Swanton Bomb, knocks it down against the edge of the ring and connects a Diving Legdrop to force the victory by count-out, just as he did with Aja Kong in the semi-finals of the Japanese block. Nyla returns to the ring and Mizunami receives her with a second consecutive Diving Leg Drop. Both are hit with Lariats in the center of the ring, Nyla applies a Death Valley Driver and Mizunami escapes from the count of three in the last tenth of a second. Mizunami once again avoids certain defeat after Diving Knee on Nyla’s top rope. Mizunami reverses a Beast Bomb attempt to an Exploder Suplex, climbs to the third rope but Nyla responds with an Avalanche Brainbuster. German Suplex by Mizunami, Spear, Diving Legdrop and victory.
Winner: Ryo Mizunami via pinfall.

Ryo Mizunami becomes the winner of the AEW Women’s World Championship Eliminator Tournament and will challenge Hikaru Shida in AEW Revolution for the AEW Women’s World Championship. After the match, Hikaru Shida hands the tournament cup to Ryo Mizunami. Mizunami attacks the champion and both end up hitting each other with forearms.

Tony Schiavone interviews Sting in the ring. Sting says his training improves week after week and he wasn’t ready when Brian Cage hit him with a Powerbomb. However, right now he is more than ready for a Street Fight. Ricky Starks He interrupts to say that Sting still has “that spark” but insists he’s not an icon. Starks slaps the legend and receives in return the Stinger Splash and a Scorpion Deathlock. All the Team Taz He goes to the salve and Brian Cage manages to put Sting in Powerbomb position, but Darby Allin He goes to equalize the forces and neutralize his future rivals of AEW Revolution.

Qualifying match for the Face of Revolution Ladder match
Preston “10” Vance vs. Max Caster
Scorpio Sky is present at the commentary table during this fight. Caster maintains a slow dominance after attacking 10 at ringside against the posts. The one from the Dark Order reacts on time with a Cutter followed by a Spinebuster and a Slingshot Spear for the count of two. Caster recovers, crushes 10’s upper limb with an elbow lock, and proceeds with a devastating Brainbuster, but misses a Diving Elbow Drop from the third rope. 10 takes the baton again after a Powerslam and looks for the count of three, but Caster slips away when he reaches the bottom rope. Taking advantage of a distraction from the referee, Jack Evans he hits 10 with Caster’s cassette leaving him the victory on a layup.
Winner and classified to the Face of Revolution Ladder match: Max Caster via pinfall.

After the fight, Matt Hardy hands over a $ 40,000 envelope to Jack Evans for contributing to his mission to sabotage the Dark Order.

Before the main event of the evening, the entire billboard is reviewed from AEW Revolution. Following, Miro sends a threatening message to Chuck Taylor Y Orange Cassidy.

Hangman Page y John Silver vs. Matt Hardy y Marq Quen

Hardy hits Silver before the bell rings so his team can get the upper hand from the opening bars. Hardy dodges a Lariat from Page by throwing Silver in his path. Quen takes over, and both Page and Silver maintain a relatively straightforward dominance. Hardy smashes Silver to the edge of the ring with the Side Effect and quickly rotates the relays with Quen to further weaken him. Page finally receives the relief from Silver, proceeds with a Fallaway Slam and his signature Slingshot Crossbody to ringside on Hardy. Quen attacks Page on his return to the ring but ends up receiving a Death Valley Driver. Page reverses the Twist of Fate with a Back Suplex and Silver irons Matt after a Spear, kicks and a Brainbuster. Hardy isolates Silver in his corner with a Back Suplex, Quen lands a Missile Dropkick and it is not enough for the victory. Finally, Hangman finishes off with the Buckshot Lariat.
Winners: Hangman Page and John Silver via pinfall.

After the combat, Matt Hardy keep attacking Hangman Page until the Dark Order the entire run to the ring to scare away the villains. Soon the participants of the Casino Battle Royale and the show ends with a pitched battle across the entire ring area.

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Miguel Uceda
Writer of solowrestling. NXT and AEW Live Reporting Specialist

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