Finally, All Elite Wrestling Has Made Its Way To Tri-State Area and boy that did not disappoint. Prudential Center in Newark, NJ was packed to rafters and the crowd was hot from start to finish for Dynamite and Rampage. But that is another discussion for another time. The big news coming out of the September 15th edition of AEW Dynamite is they are loading up the cards for the Grand Slam Events at Arthur Ashe Stadium in Queens, NY next week.
It will be four hours of non-stop professional wrestling action. AEW will go live for two hours for the September 22nd, edition of Dynamite. And will tape two hours for AEW Rampage for Friday, September 24th. This is the most anticipated TV tapings in the company’s history as they look to do well in the ratings.
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The Card for AEW Grand Slam Dynamite
- Kenny Omega vs Bryan Danielson in a non-title match with pride on the line between two of the best wrestlers.
- Cody Rhodes returns to action to take on Malakai Black
- MJF vs. Brian Pillman Jr.
- FTR vs Sting & Darby Allin was made official by Tony Kahn after FTR’s assault on Sting after Darby Allin’s victory over Shawn Spears. Both Allin and Sting had their face paint wipeout off by the heels with Tully Blanchard leading the charge.
- CM Punk will have an interview talking about his first match on live television in almost seven years.
- AEW World Women’s Champion Dr. Britt Baker D.M.D defends the title against Ruby Soho
The Card For AEW Grand Slam Rampage
- Adam Cole & Young Bucks take on Jurassic Express & Christian Cage. Cole laid down the challenge after defeating Frankie Kazarian to open Dynamite.
- Chris Jericho & Jake Hager take on the Men of the Year (Scorpio Sky & Ethan Page). Jericho answered the challenge laid out by Dan Lambert and his American Top Team.
- CM Punk takes on Powerhouse Hobbs
- Anna Jay battles Penelope Ford
- Lucha Bros & Santana & Ortiz will face Private Party & The Butcher and The Blade in an eight-man tag team match.
- Plus Lance Archer and Minoru Suzuki battle Jon Moxley and Eddie Kingston in a Lights Out Match.
AEW is pulling out all the stops as they perform in front of the largest crowd in the company’s history. You are not going to want to miss these shows.
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