This week’s Dynamite was nothing short of explosive with both the AEW World Championship and the AEW Women’s Championship being defended. However, the show arguably reached the culmination of a crescendo at the conclusion as “the band got back together” in a special Bullet Club reunion!
Following a successful title defence at New Year’s Smash, Kenny Omega would be joined by IMPACT Wrestling Tag Team Champions Luke Gallows and Karl Anderson, ahead of his tag team match with The Good Brothers at Hard To Kill, and – more surprisingly – AEW Tag Team Champions The Young Bucks!
— All Elite Wrestling (@AEW) January 7, 2021
AEW World Champion Kenny Omega would pick up the win over Rey Fenix in the Dynamite main event, before Don Callis took to the microphone and declared Fenix’s career over. Omega would ready himself to further the assault on Fenix before former AEW Champion Jon Moxley made the save.
The “save” in question, though, would be the extent of Moxley’s involvement as The Good Brothers made their AEW debuts to give us a preview of Hard To Kill. The Young Bucks would then make their way to the ring, seemingly set to even up the odds – before taking out some members of the AEW roster who had tried to calm matters down.
The show went off the air with a Too Sweet as AEW World Champion Kenny Omega, IMPACT Tag Team Champions The Good Brothers and AEW Tag Team Champions The Young Bucks got the band back together on Dynamite, and sent a message to the entire world of professional wrestling.
Full results from week one of AEW Dynamite New Year’s Smash are available here.