They aren’t done yet. Despite only being around for a little over a year, AEW Dynamite has become one of the most must see wrestling shows of the week. The show features all kinds of talent, including a nice mixture of more established and younger wrestlers all at once. That makes for a heck of a show, but what happens when there is something else going on after the show is over?
This week’s edition of AEW Dynamite saw some of the biggest developments in any given edition of the show to date. Not only did Sting make his debut with the company, but the show ended with Kenny Omega becoming the new World Champion by defeating Jon Moxley. The show ended with Omega and Don Callis running away, but something could be heard going on in the arena. Now we know what went down.
It wasn’t done yet. Check out what was taking place at the end of Dynamite:
AEW has released a clip from after this week’s edition of Dynamite went off the air. As Omega and Callis left, Eddie Kingston could be heard yelling in the arena. The clip shows Jake Roberts coming out to confront Kingston, with Lance Archer coming up behind Kingston. This caused Kingston to punch Roberts, setting up a fight with Archer. Kingston’s friends came to the ring to help, drawing out the Lucha Bros to continue the fight. Referees broke the fight up. Kingston vs. Archer has been announced for next week’s show.
Opinion: I’m not sure if they needed to have this taking place after an already packed edition of Dynamite, but it does make sense to release the clip on Sunday rather than doing it just after the show on Wednesday. This gives them a nice bridge towards the show and the match so maybe they can do something good when they face off. At least they had a good brawl, as it got my attention.
What did you think of the clip? How do you see the match going? Let us know in the comments below.
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