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What Happened After Last Week’s Dynamite Goes Off The Air

Last week’s “Winter Is Coming” episode of Dynamite was the biggest and most jam-packed episode of the show the promotion has had to date. The show was stacked from beginning to end, with a gigantic brawl ensuing between Dr. Britt Baker, D.M.D and Thunder Rosa, the Inner Circle being involved in a heated altercation, a massive Dynamite Diamond Battle Royale taking place, Kenny Omega’s AEW World Title win and Sting’s blockbuster AEW debut.

The show didn’t end there as following the main event matchup, where we saw Kenny Omega defeat Moxley to become the brand-new AEW World Champion, an altercation occurred as soon as Dynamite went off the air.

It all started with Eddie Kingston and Jake Roberts getting into each other’s throats on the top of the stage. This would then lead to Lance Archer making his way out. Kingston then ended up hitting Jake Roberts with a punch and that would then lead to Kingston getting into a brawl with Archer.

The Butcher, The Blade, and The Bunny eventually showed up to help out, but were cut-off by Rey Fenix and Penta El Zero M. Officials would then make their way out and attempt to break things up, but they needed more help from the wrestlers at ringside.

As Eddie Kingston and his group was making their way to the stage, Lance Archer got on the microphone and talked about how he hasn’t forgotten the trash Eddie talked after the Casino Battle Royale at All Out back in September. The match saw Lance Archer lastly eliminate Eddie Kingston to pick up the huge win, but Kingston always contested that he was never officially eliminated from the match.

This coming Wednesday’s episode of Dynamite will see Lance Archer, Rey Fenix and Penta El Zero M take on Eddie Kingston, The Butcher and The Blade in a Six-Man Tag Team Match.

You can check out what transpired after last week’s episode of Dynamite went off the air in the video below:


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