Matt Hardy has to pay another Twist of Fate fine


Don’t have time to follow all of AEW’s online content? Do not worry. We’ve got you covered with the AEW Rewind, which rewinds through social media bits and YouTube videos from the past week to get you ready for Wednesday night Dynamite.

This week’s ‘Road to’ hyped MJF defends the AEW World Championship and Dynamite Diamond Ring against Ricky Starks, Ruby Soho’s injury return against Tay Melo and fallout from the ROH Final battle PPV.

Starks knows it’s time to quit or shut up in the biggest game of his career. MJF is transferring Starks’ abilities, but a title change isn’t going to happen. MJF advised Starks to bottle that energy from the excitement of near pinfalls, as Starks is the closest thing to beating him.

Ruby wants to right wrongs and hurt people. Tay injured Ruby with a broken wrist and broken nose. Tay thought Ruby should be grateful because it got her a free nose job.

On the Final battle fallout tip, Daniel Garcia considers it a blessing in disguise to lose the ROH Pure Championship to Wheeler Yuta. Garcia believes he is above the Pure division and ROH. Athena is happy to send Mercedes Martinez on her retirement journey. The Fallen Goddess plans to make her ROH Women’s Championship more historic than anything in AEW. The Briscoes are a 13-time ROH tag champion. They appreciate FTR, but Dem Boys are back. The Gunn sons will end FTR’s legacy so their legacy can now begin.

After Ethan Page failed to win the Dynamite Diamond Ring Battle Royal last week, Matt Hardy was to blame. All Ego pointed out that Hardy broke the rules by doing the Twist of Fate. Punishment will be meted out to Private Party. Page fined them for Hardy’s blunder. Hardy let out a broken scream.

Samoa Joe doesn’t avoid Wardlow. Joe guarantees that the results will be the same with him as the undisputed King of Television.

As for interesting nuggets of Elevation and Dark, Tay Melo and Anna Jay attacked Willow Nightingale, and Ruby Soho ran out with a metal pipe to the rescue. Butcher and Blade cut out an old-fashioned promo to notify the tag team division.

“In-N-Out or Whataburger?” – Being the Elite Ep. 326 shows the Young Bucks bobbing around backstage flipping the bird to Tony Schiavone, the weekly travel montage, Matt Jackson getting a pump at the gym, renegotiating their contract to record 24/7 stand-ins, using those stand-ins to listening to Brandon Cutler’s pitch to make him the biggest star in AEW and favor In-N-Out over Whataburger. In other bits, Cutler made puns on Pixar movie titles, and Ryan Nemeth auditioned for the movie Free Willy as the role of the 9-year-old child. My favorite part was wrestlers trying to lift a huge barbell. Satnam Singh and Nick Comoroto were the only ones who were successful.

The Gunn sons were the latest guests on RJ City’s talk show, Hey! OW. Topics of conversation included Ass Boys nicknames, such as Bum Brothers and Rear End Rascals, wanting an apology as the first step towards a reunion with Billy Gunn, and W. Morrissey filling the father’s void as a stepfather. The Gunns concluded with an impassioned plea for America to stop blackmailing Ass Boys.

We close with new merchandise for the Elite.

The Valley Voice
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Christopher Brito is a social media producer and trending writer for The Valley Voice, with a focus on sports and stories related to race and culture.


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