• AEW Dynamite 200 Results – 03/08/2023: Shida Shines, Rob Van Dam Debuts, and More!

    Published on August 3, 2023

    AEW Dynamite 200 Results – 03/08/2023: Shida Shines, Rob Van Dam Debuts, and More!

    In a night filled with thrilling matches and unexpected surprises, AEW Dynamite 200 delivered an action-packed event that left fans on the edge of their seats. From jaw-dropping in-ring performances to shocking debuts, this episode had it all.

    Chris Jericho & Konosuke Takeshita Defeated Sammy Guevara and Daniel Garcia.

    The opening bout featured an explosive tag team match between Chris Jericho and Konosuke Takeshita against Sammy Guevera and Daniel Garcia. The match was a rollercoaster of excitement, with both teams showcasing their skills and trading momentum. In the end, the crafty veteran Chris Jericho managed to hit Garcia with his devastating Judas Effect, securing the pinfall victory for his team.

    Jack Perry face-to-face with Jerry Lynn…or not?!

    Next up, tensions escalated as Jerry Lynn and Jack Perry came face to face, or so it seemed. Before Lynn could address the crowd, an unexpected debut took place. Rob Van Dam made a grand entrance, walking out to the electrifying tune of Pantera’s “Walk.” RVD was quick to make an impact, issuing a challenge to Jack Perry for the FTW Championship match next week. This unexpected turn of events has already set the stage for an intense showdown.

    Trent Beretta defeated Jon Moxley and Penta El Zero Miedo.

    In one of the most chaotic matches of the night, Trent Beretta outlasted Jon Moxley and Penta El Zero Miedo. The high-stakes encounter was filled with non-stop action and even involved thumbtacks, leaving the crowd in awe. Beretta’s victory was somewhat of an upset for some, but it showcased his resilience and determination to emerge victorious against two formidable opponents.

    Aussie Open retained the Ring Of Honor Tag Team Championships again El Hilo del Vikingo and Komander.

    Aussie Open continued their dominant reign as they defeated El Hijo del Vikingo and Komander, successfully retaining the Ring of Honor Tag Team Championships. Aussie Open demonstrated their remarkable chemistry and prowess in the ring, strategically countering their opponents’ flashy moves. It’s clear that Aussie Open is on top of their game and will be tough to dethrone in the tag team division.

    Hikaru Shida defeated Toni Storm to become the NEW AEW Women’s World Champion.

    The highlight of the evening was the intense main event match for the AEW Women’s World Championship. Toni Storm, a two-time champion, put her title on the line against the tenacious Hikaru Shida. Both competitors displayed immense skill and determination throughout the match, impressing the audience with their athletic prowess. Despite the interference of the Outcasts, Shida remained resilient and overcame every obstacle thrown her way. In a pivotal moment, Storm connected with her devastating hip attack, but Shida’s hard work and determination paid off as she secured a hard-fought victory and claimed the AEW Women’s World Championship.

    Notable moments also included a powerful promo from MJF, who surprised the audience by embracing a new babyface persona. MJF issued a challenge to Adam Cole for an AEW World Championship match at AEW All In, promising an explosive showdown between the two talented competitors.

    Overall, AEW Dynamite 200 was a night of unforgettable moments and surprising developments. From the impressive tag team match to the crowning of a new Women’s World Champion, this episode proved why AEW continues to be at the forefront of professional wrestling, delivering top-notch entertainment for its passionate fanbase. With Rob Van Dam’s debut and the upcoming title matches, AEW’s future looks brighter than ever. Wrestling enthusiasts eagerly anticipate the next episode as the excitement and drama of AEW Dynamite continue to captivate audiences worldwide.

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