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AEW Dynamite Live Results: AEW Dynamite Updates & Highlights (28th April 2021)

Catch all the live results from this week's episode of AEW Dynamite!
Updated: 29 April 2021 20:51 IST - Published: 28 April 2021 15:28 IST
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What an episode of AEW Dynamite, and what a great title defense from Darby Allin. Next week is Blood & Guts, and it's sure to be a can't miss event. We'll see you then, folks. Thanks for joining us. 
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They're saved by Vance and Lance Archer, but an extended heel hook from Sky to Sting may have done too much damage already. 
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After the match, Darby is given the Brodie arm band by Vance. They embrace and Darby holds it up out of respect. When The Dark Order leaves, Ethan Page and Scorpio Sky blindside Darby and Sting. 
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Darby is locked in Vance's devastating Full Nelson, and in a last-ditch effort, rushes the corner to counter with a pin. Vance can't break the hold, giving Darby the win and his ninth straight TNT Championship defense. 

Darby Allin defeats Preston Vance via pinfall. 

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Darby finally brings Vance down and wears him down a bit with an armbar. Vance has to get to the ropes and move to the floor. When Darby follows, though, he's caught by the big man and driven into the barricade and apron. Vance and Sting stare each other down before he goes back to work on the TNT Champion. 

That's enough time for Darby to recover, and he's able to hit Vance and Alan Angels with a big dive. As Sting and Dark Order stare each other down, the ref is distracted long enough for Ethan Page to blindside the champ. Vance doesn't see the attack, but runs in for the win with the wheelbarrow slingshot German suplex. Somehow, Darby kicks out. 
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During the break, Darby Allin is unable to get much offense in, though he manages to counter a gorilla press into a cross body. Unfortunately, a hellacious spinebuster is enough to cut him off, and nearly knock him out. A deadlift single-arm powerbomb drives Darby into the canvass for a near fall. 
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Just wanna go back and stress how cool it is that Mox is defending that belt on the 12th against Yuji Nagata. Guy is a legend. If you haven't seen his work, you're in for a treat that night. 
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A pop-up powerbomb in the corner is blocked by Darby, who rolls over Vance's back to hit a chop block. As he goes for a dive, he is easily swatted out of the air with a shoulder block. 
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The late great Brodie Lee handpicked Preston Vance to be the top dog in The Dark Order. He's been impressive in AEW this year, and a win tonight would solidify himself in that spot for sure. Vance dominates Allin early, with that overwhelming strength a bit too much for Allin to handle. Vance picks up Allin mid-headlock and counters, spinning him around for a backbreaker. 
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It's time for the main event, folks. The AEW TNT Championship. Preston "10" Vance from The Dark Order takes on Darby Allin for the gold. Sting accompanies Darby to the ring as Vance is joined by The Dark Order. 
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Whoa, hold up. Major announcement there. Jon Moxley is defending his NJPW US Championship on the May 12th edition of AEW Dynamite. He'll be facing Yuji Nagata. That's huge. 
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Backstage, Kip Sabian tries to make amends with Miro. It goes well...if by well you mean Miro breaking his arm in the door. It works for me. Go Miro. 
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As The Factory leaves, QT Marshall is attacked by Gunn Club. He escapes when Comoroto and Solow make the save. However, when QT heads back to the stolen Nightmare Express, he's attacked by the returning Cody Rhodes. The American Nightmare batters QT, but QT escapes after going at the eyes of his former boss. 

QT heads to the top of the bus...for some reason. I mean, that's b-list horror movie levels of stupid thinking from Marshall. Cody Rhodes follows and traps QT in the Figure-4 Leglock. QT taps out and cries out in pain as Cody celebrates. Next week, Cody will battle QT Marshall at Blood & Guts. 
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Solow is dropped with a blue thunder bomb, but is luckily saved by Comoroto. Johnson sends Comoroto and QT to the floor, where he drops from on high with a corkscrew press. As he looks to finish the job, a distracted referee doesn't notice Anthony Ogogo catch Johnson and Gunn with a right hand to the gut. 

QT Marshal and The Factory defeat Lee Johnson and The Nightmare Family via pinfall. 

After the match, Nick Comoroto blindsided Dustin with a cowbell. 
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During the break, The Factory tear Rhodes apart, with Big Shotty Lee Johnson and Billy Gunn desperately reaching for the tag. QT kicks Gunn off the apron and taunts Lee, but pays for it when Dustin rocks him with a right. Lee finally tags in and flies across the ring for a running dropkick on Comoroto. Solow is in for The Factory, but can't keep up with Johnson. 
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The Natural batters Comoroto with a series of lefts and rights, but one big forearm drives Dustin Rhodes to the mat. QT tags in and drops to the floor to punish his former tag team partner as we cut to break. 
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The Nightmare Family and The Factory face off next in a six-man tag. Aaron Solow, Nick Comoroto, and QT Marshall battle Billy Gunn, Dustin Rhodes, and Lee Johnson. 
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Statlander runs in to catch Penelope mid-handspring in the ropes for the Big Bang Theory. Kip Sabian attempts to distract her and the ref, but he's stopped by Orange Cassidy. 

Kris Statlander defeats Penelope Ford via pinfall. 
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Statlander responds with The Solar Eclipse, but can't secure the win. Again, Penelope cuts off her steam after only one move, rocking Statlander with a spinning kick to the head. 
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Statlander regains control momentarily after the break, but a German suplex spikes her to cut her off again. A facebuster into the turnbuckle and a diving blockbuster earns Penelope a two-count. 
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Kris Statlander fights off an early onslaught from Penelope Ford, but a little showboating allows Ford to knock her off the apron with a nasty boot. 
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Next up is Penelope Ford and Kris Statlander. Kip Sabian accompanies his wife to the ring while Orange Cassidy returns to the arena to back up Statlander. 
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Christian Cage confronts Taz backstage and cuts deep. Cage came back to the ring after a seven-year retirement, something that Taz will never be able to do, and he knows it drives Taz crazy. Team Taz is full of great prospects, but Cage knows that they would be a lot better off without Taz leaching off of their success. 
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During the break, Sammy Guevara brings out his cue cards, promising to not just be the first in the cage and the man ot kickstart the war, but the first to have Pinnacle blood on his hands. Guevara has never been this serious in AEW. MJF and his cronies may have bitten off more than they can chew come Blood & Guts. 
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Omega says Nakazawa knows what he signed up for, and is happy with sacrificing his friend. Unfortunately for Omega, he doesn't have that option. Jon Moxley takes out Brandon Cutler backstage and goes after the AEW/IMPACT World Champion. Mox and Kingston look to snap Omega's ankle but instead get Don Callis to agree to a match on Omega's behalf. 

Next week, Mox and Kingston will face Omega and Nakazawa in a tag team match. 
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Michael Nakazawa is in the ring waiting for Eddie Kingston, who is aggravated that Kenny Omega is refusing to get in the ring with him. Nakazawa attacks Kingston with a laptop while Omega distracts him, but Kingston responds with that spinning back fist. Kingston puts a chair around Nakazawa's ankle, threatening to break it if Kenny Omega doesn't get in the ring. 
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Jericho tears into MJF, the trust fund kid, for assuming he's owed everything in the world. Jericho and The Inner Circle? They're a family. They're truly Blood & Guts. The Pinnacle are together out of greed, The Inner Circle are bound by respect and admiration for one another. Jericho makes a vow that The Pinnacle will have to kill them because they will never quit. 
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MJF admits that without Chris Jericho, there is no AEW. He gives the inaugural AEW Champion his due, and congratulates him on the success of The Inner Circle. However, it's gotta be a lot of pressure for the veteran. If he doesn't hit it out of the park every night, he not only damages his own reputation but that of the AEW locker room as well. 

MJF promises to take that burden away from Jericho at Blood & Guts. 
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Tony Schiavone explains the rules of Blood & Guts and gets ready for the coin toss. Before he can do that, Shawn Spears knocks it out of his hand and steals the microphone. The Chairman zeroes in on Sammy Guevara, telling the young star that he's being led into dangerous waters by Chris Jericho. Sammy brings up Spears' history in AEW and "the place he used to work" by calling him a failure. 

Sammy follows up, giving The Pinnacle the advantage in the match and vowing to be the first of The Inner Circle to compete. Cash Wheeler and Dax Harwood address Santana and Ortiz, claiming that they're way too soft to win this match next week. The Santana and Ortiz that have been doing Jericho's bidding? They're not ready. Dax Harwood goes even further, admitting that he's willing to shorten his life to win this one. 
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