What Happened After AEW Dynamite Went Off Air

What Happened After AEW Dynamite Went Off Air AEW

The September 6, 2023 episode of AEW Dynamite saw Darby Allin taking on Nick Wayne in the main event of the show.

Allin would win the AEW World Championship #1 Contender’s Grand Slam Tournament Quarterfinals match with his Can Opener submission hold.

During the match, Allin took to the mic to tell him that:

“You hit like an eighteen-year-old. 

“Hit me like you really want to win this.”

With the teacher-mentor struggle underway, Christian Cage and Luchasaurus would make their presence felt, with the self-proclaimed TNT Champion offering commentary.

Cage and Luchasaurus wouldn’t be the only AEW stars interested in the match, with Roderick Strong and The Kingdom (Matt Taven & Mike Bennett) also watching from backstage.

After AEW Dynamite went off air, Allin would address the Indianapolis fans, taking Nick Wayne critics to task, saying:

“I think he’s proved that AEW is his f**king house.”

The 18-year old star would get into the ring to chants of “Nick, Nick, Nick” and a rapturous reaction.

Highlights from the match can be found below this news story, along with what happened when Cage met Nick Wayne backstage earlier in the show.

Wayne made his AEW debut on July 12, 2023, two days after his eighteenth birthday, having received a contract from Darby Allin on February 12, 2022.

WrestleTalk readers can catch up on what’s to come in the AEW World Championship #1 Contender’s Grand Slam Tournament after last night’s Dynamite here.

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11 months ago by Dave Adamson


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