***THIS ARTICLE CONTAINS SPOILERS FOR AEW DYNAMITE HOLIDAY BASH. DO NOT GO ANY FURTHER IF YOU DO NOT WANT THE RESULTS OF THE SHOW SPOILED***
AEW Dynamite: Holiday Bash was recorded on December 17 from Daily’s Place in Jacksonville, Florida, and the results from the show have been leaked to the general public.
So if you don’t want want to know what happens, then look away now.
What was originally designed to be AEW Christmas Dynamite will be aired on December 23. However, the transmission date came under some scrutiny when TNT announced that the show may have to be shown in a later time slot or at a later date after the NBA schedule was released.
This is your last chance to leave before the spoilers.
- MJF and Chris Jericho defeated Top Flight with MJF getting the victory. Their post-match promo had to be re-shot.
- Tony Schiavone interviewed Sting but the segment was interrupted by Team Taz. The stable went to charge the ring, but the lights went off and when they came back on Cody and Darby Allin were stood by Sting’s side.
- Jurassic Express beat The Dark Order. Following the bout FTR made comments about Luchasaurus setting up a mini-feud between the teams.
- PAC defeated The Butcher with the Black Arrow. Following the bout, PAC had a staredown with Lance Archer.
- Best Friends crashed Kip Sabian and Penelope Ford’s wedding announcement. A video was shown of Trent getting loaded into an ambulance after an attack by Miro and Sabian.
- Dustin Rhodes defeated Evil Uno.
- Hikaru Shida defeated a jobber and was confronted by Abadon.
- The Young Bucks defeated The Acclaimed in the main event to retain the AEW World Tag Team Championships.
- There was a segment that will not air, where Brodie Lee Jr. – the 8 year old son of Mr. Brodie Lee – defeated Kenny Omega for the AEW World Heavyweight Championship with a rear naked choke. Justin Roberts announced the child as the new champion. This was not an official title change and was done as a Christmas present for Lee’s offspring.
AEW Dynamite: Holiday Bash is set to begin at 10pm EST (3am GMT) at the latest or whenever the NBA game between The Boston Celtics and The Milwaukee Bucks finishes.