What Happened After AEW Dynamite Went Off The Air?

Kenny Omega in AEW

The May 10th episode of AEW Dynamite was full of surprises, with arguably none bigger than Don Callis turning his back on Kenny Omega.

In a chaotic main event, the rivalry between The Blackpool Combat Club and The Elite reached a new high. The two factions have been at war for months with the Young Bucks and Callis himself feeling the wrath of the BCC.

This led to the booking of a huge Cage Match between Kenny Omega and Jon Moxley, two men who have spent vast portions of their AEW careers hell-bent on destroying the other. In the wild finale to a bout that had already included barbed wire and broken glass, the action broke through the cage wall, enabling Moxley to grab a screwdriver.

However, he was prevented from using it by Callis, enabling Omega to hit a One-Winged Angel. But just as Omega looked set to score the win, Callis stabbed him in the head with the screwdriver, letting Moxley roll over to pin the star.

The show went off the air as a slightly confused Moxley looked on as Callis threw Omega to the mat after kissing him on the head. After the cameras stopped rolling, the Young Bucks came to the ring to help their fallen friend. In the clip below, the Bucks can be seen carrying a bemused and beaten Omega backstage.

Two AEW Stars Return, Tony Khan Promises Big Things

Elsewhere on Dynamite, Tony Khan announced that an announcement about the future of the company is on the way on May 17th. It is believed that this news will concern the launch of new Saturday night show Collision.

The show also saw Miro and Thunder Rosa return to AEW television although neither wrestled. It has since been noted that their appearances and returns are also tied to the upcoming debut of Collision.