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AEW Dynamite Results, February 28, 2024: Live Coverage, Winners, Commentary, Recap

AEW Dynamite Results, February 28, 2024: Live Coverage, Winners, Commentary, Recap

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Here are the full results for this Wednesday's AEW Dynamite Episode which is slated to air live on February 28, 2024, at the Propst Arena at Von Braun Center in Huntsville, AL.

AEW Dynamite airs every Wednesday at 8 pm ET on TBS in the United States. In Canada, AEW Dynamite is available through the TSN website. In India, AEW Dynamite airs on Eurosport every Thursday at 6:30 AM IST.



The show is available on the TSN Direct streaming service at 10 pm Eastern, the same time that the show will air live on TNT and FITE TV.

AEW Dynamite Results February 28, 2024: Highlights



Adam Page limps to the ring, leaning on a crutch. He acknowledges that things aren't looking good. He reflects on his 2021 accomplishment of becoming AEW World Champion, stating that he aimed to meet expectations and believes he did so. He criticizes the decision to use a triple threat match for the title, calling it "nonsense" and insisting a singles match would have been fairer. However, he concedes that he chose the wrong two opponents.



Page delivers the devastating news that he won't be able to compete this Sunday. Swerve Strickland enters, expressing surprise and disappointment at the situation. He reveals that Page was his target due to his achievements and acknowledges his respect for him. Strickland declares his unwavering belief in his destiny, claiming he awaits Page's return to claim the AEW World Championship.

Samoa Joe interrupts, mocking the potential "hug-it-out" scenario. He criticizes both Page and Strickland for focusing on each other and ignoring him, the "real threat." Joe acknowledges their experience and accomplishments but claims they are mere appetizers compared to his hunger, implying he is holding them back. He warns Strickland that regardless of whether he faces one or both of them on Sunday, he will dominate them both.

Strickland counters, outlining his journey from unemployment to a coveted pay-per-view main event. He reminds everyone of his ruthless past, stating he once left a competitor bloodied at a wrestling school. He positions himself as a game-changer and suggests Joe might want to return to his commentating post with a poncho after Sunday, as Strickland stands at the precipice of history. However, the situation takes a dramatic turn as Page ambushes Strickland from behind with his crutch, launching a surprise attack. He screams at Joe, declaring his unwavering determination to become champion on Sunday.



The scene cuts to The Young Bucks, arriving earlier in the day. They report that their meeting with Ric Flair went well. They express their eagerness to interview Sting as they playfully brandish their trademark baseball bats.

Blackpool Combat Club vs. FTR & Eddie Kingston

Claudio Castagnoli and Eddie Kingston start, followed by Bryan Danielson and Dax Harwood. Jon Moxley and Cash Wheeler join, chaos erupts. Danielson and Moxley control, but FTR fight back. Kingston and Danielson exchange strikes. Moxley hits a piledriver, chaos resumes. Everyone hits finishers. Danielson locks in a triangle sleeper on Kingston for the win.

WINNER: Blackpool Combat Club

Will Ospreay Segment

Chris Jericho reminisces about his challenging early days in Mexico 30 years ago, praising Atlantis as a great teammate and mentor. He explains his request for the match with Atlantis Jr. as a way to return the favor and offer some guidance. He promises to showcase his full potential tonight.

Will Ospreay enters the ring, acknowledging his commitments with New Japan Pro Wrestling before announcing his transition to full-time status with AEW. He emphasizes his experience, reminding everyone of his victories over Orange Cassidy, Kenny Omega, and Chris Jericho at Wembley Stadium.

Don Callis appears, aiming to raise the stakes. He declares Ospreay and Konosuke Takeshita as the two most skilled wrestlers globally, forming the "Don Callis Family" with the winner of their upcoming match. He instructs them to shake hands as a sign of respect. Ospreay extends his hand, and Takeshita hesitantly reciprocates, but maintains a firm grip. Ospreay does the same, creating an intense atmosphere of confrontation.

Eddie Kingston is backstage, but The Young Bucks interrupt him. Nicholas Jackson threatens Kingston with a fine for his recent criticism, while Matthew advises him to focus on improving his public image.

Orange Cassidy (c) vs. Nick Wayne (AEW International Championship Match)

In the early moments, Nick Wayne seized control, forcing the champion, Orange Cassidy, outside the ring. He then launched Cassidy into the steel stairs before executing a moonsault from the second turnbuckle. Attempting to capitalize, Wayne flew over the top rope to attack Cassidy, who had rolled out, but was met with immediate resistance.

Cassidy absorbed punishment on the top turnbuckle but retaliated. However, Christian Cage interfered, tripping Cassidy and sparking an argument between both sides. Capitalizing on the chaos, Wayne repeatedly rammed Cassidy into the ringside barricade. Back in the ring, Wayne focused his attack on Cassidy's back, landing a vicious kick to his spine.

Despite the onslaught, Cassidy displayed resilience, attempting his signature "Orange Punch." Wayne dodged the attack and countered with a fisherman's suplex, nearly securing a pinfall victory. He then mocked Cassidy's signature kicks, only to be met with a swift boot to the face. Cassidy followed up by stomping on the young wrestler, culminating in a powerful running PK.

He attempted another "Orange Punch," but Wayne countered with a German Suplex. However, Cassidy immediately responded with his "Beach Break" maneuver. Matt Taven and Mike Bennett intervened, distracting Cassidy and allowing Wayne to execute a Dragon Suplex. Rocky Romero and Trent Beretta intervened, preventing further interference.

Wayne attempted to remove a turnbuckle pad but was distracted by Daniel Garcia, leaving him vulnerable to Cassidy's "Orange Punch," which ultimately sealed his fate.

WINNER: Orange Cassidy

Singles Match: Kris Statlander vs. Skye Blue

Skye Blue attempts a surprise attack on Kris Statlander, but Statlander's superior strength effortlessly throws Blue across the ring. Statlander unleashes a flurry of strikes in the corner before unleashing a powerful shoulder tackle. Blue attempts to gain control by twice pulling Statlander down by her hair, but Statlander counters each time, taking Blue down and following up with a senton (a high-flying splash maneuver).

Blue attempts a submission maneuver (head scissors), but Statlander overpowers her and throws her across the ring again. However, Blue lands a well-timed knee strike, sending Statlander reeling outside the ring. Statlander responds with a powerful lift, hoisting Blue and sending her crashing over the top rope and into the crowd.

Blue recovers quickly and attacks with a daring crossbody (a flying body press) from the top of the barricade. Back inside the ring, she drives Statlander's head into the middle turnbuckle before unleashing a series of chops (strikes with the open hand).

Statlander attempts to regain momentum, but Blue resorts to her hair-pulling tactic once more, slamming Statlander back to the mat. She focuses on keeping Statlander pinned in the corner, isolating her from potential comeback opportunities. Statlander breaks free with a powerful knee strike, followed by a power slam (a lifting slam maneuver). Blue, displaying impressive resilience, kicks out of the subsequent pinfall attempt.

Blue counters with a devastating neckbreaker, but Statlander once again kicks out. Both women engage in a heated brawl on the ring apron, exchanging kicks until Statlander executes a German Suplex outside the ring.

Julia Hart attempts to interfere, but Willow Nightingale intervenes. Blue capitalizes on the distraction, tripping Statlander into the steel ring steps. She follows up with a high-impact Canadian Destroyer maneuver, but Statlander miraculously kicks out. Stokely Hathaway, Blue's manager, urges Statlander to use a nearby chain as a weapon, but she refuses. With the referee distracted by the commotion, Hart strikes Statlander with her championship title, setting Blue up for her finishing move, "Code Blue," which secures the victory.

WINNER: Skye Blue

Singles Match: Chris Jericho vs. Atlantis Jr.

Atlantis Jr. explodes out of the gate, launching Chris Jericho across the ring with multiple monkey flips. On the third attempt, however, Jericho anticipates the move and locks in the Walls of Jericho. Sensing imminent defeat, the masked luchador desperately grabs the ropes for a break.

Jericho, frustrated, attempts to rip off the mask, but the masked man fights back, creating an opening for Atlantis Sr. to intervene. Sr. uses a towel to strategically pull Jericho down onto the bottom rope, forcing a break. Atlantis Jr., capitalizing on the distraction, dives out of the ring and attempts a devastating powerbomb on Jericho onto the steel steps. However, Jericho showcases his veteran savvy, reversing the move and sending the CMLL star crashing into the steel himself.

Back in the ring, Jericho seizes control, unleashing a flurry of punishing chops on a dazed Atlantis Jr. In a flurry of high-flying moves, Atlantis Jr. and Jericho trade powerful maneuvers. Atlantis Jr. seems to gain the upper hand with a wheelbarrow German suplex, but Jericho counters with a bulldog off the top rope. After a series of exchanges, Jericho locks in the Walls of Jericho, prompting Atlantis Jr.'s father to throw in the towel, signaling Jericho's victory.

WINNER: Chris Jericho

Amidst a confrontation with fans wearing Sting masks, Darby Allin attacks The Young Bucks, only to be overwhelmed. Ric Flair intervenes, initially targeting the Bucks but is left laying by them. Sting enters from the rafters, aiding Allin with his bat, culminating in a Coffin Drop from Allin and a Scorpion Death Drop from Sting on Nicholas.

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