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AEW Dynamite Preview: MJF vs. RUSH Headlines Stacked Show Before Forbidden Door

One Big Thing: MJF vs. RUSH in Uninterrupted Main Event

MJF and RUSH will settle their heated rivalry in tonight’s main event, airing uninterrupted by commercial breaks. Their brawl last week spilled throughout the arena, requiring security and locker room intervention. RUSH takes issue with the attention given to MJF since his return, feeling he’s put in the work to deserve the spotlight. MJF believes everyone else is beneath him. Expect a brutal, hard-hitting affair as two of AEW’s most ruthless competitors collide.

Why It Matters

The outcome could shape the AEW World Title picture heading into Forbidden Door and beyond. A win for MJF would solidify his claim as the top contender, while a RUSH victory would catapult him into the championship mix.

Other Key Matches & Segments:

– The Young Bucks vs. The Acclaimed (Eliminator Match): The Acclaimed look to earn their first tag title shot since Revolution 2023 against the EVP champions they haven’t faced since 2020.

– 8-Man Tag: ROH World Champion Mark Briscoe, Kyle O’Reilly, Orange Cassidy & Dante Martin vs. Don Callis Family, Roderick Strong & Zack Sabre Jr. – Potential preview of Forbidden Door bouts in a match featuring champions and top contenders.

– Men’s Owen Hart Foundation Tournament Quarterfinal: PAC vs. Claudio Castagnoli – Former ROH World Champion Castagnoli holds a 4-1 singles record over PAC as they battle for a spot in the semifinals.

– Women’s Owen Hart Foundation Tournament Quarterfinal: Nyla Rose vs. Kris Statlander – Recent TBS Champion Rose looks to build off her 100th AEW win against former ally Statlander.

– AEW Women’s World Title Contract Signing: Champion Toni Storm and challenger Mina Shirakawa sign for their Forbidden Door clash with Mariah May attempting to keep the peace between her two friends.

In Summary

Just 11 days out from Forbidden Door, tonight’s stacked Dynamite card will go a long way in shaping the PPV. The uninterrupted MJF vs. RUSH main event headlines a show featuring Owen Hart Tournament matches, a huge 8-man tag, an important eliminator bout, and a volatile contract signing.

Data: In the last year, MJF is 10-1 in singles matches while RUSH is 8-3. MJF’s only loss came when he dropped the AEW World Title.

Question for the readers: Who do you think will win the main event and how will it impact the AEW World Title scene? Let us know in the comments!

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