AEW Dynamite Four Pillars Rivalry Continues

AEW Dynamite Four Pillars Rivalry Continues AEW

Find out everything that happened on tonight’s AEW Dynamite between the ‘Four Pillars’ as MJF Day reigned supreme.

While it was officially declared MJF Day in Oyster Bay, Dynamite rolled into Long Island’s UBS Arena with gusto.

After a rousing performance of ‘Pennies from Heaven’ by MJF (accompanied by a complete big band), he told a story from his childhood in the nearby suburbs. 

Afterward though, when he was threatening to do an encore the thrilled crowd wouldn’t get to hear another song as Jungle Boy revealed himself to be in the band, attacking the champ.

As MJF and Jungle Boy were separated on the ramp, Sammy Guevara entered for his match with Komander between them.

Guevara picked up a victory over Komander, and afterward he jumped on the mic to address the crowd.

With Jungle Boy (surrounded by security) shown backstage looking on, MJF watching separately as well as Darby Allin who was creeping around in an unspecified location but was shown watching.

Sammy Guevara told MJF that he lied, cheated and manipulated his way to the top, he said that Max sold his soul to become a pillar in AEW.

Sammy Guevara ended on saying screw Jungle Boy, screw Darby Allin and screw MJF!

Backstage MJF looked on and was displeased with the in ring segment. Jungle Boy and Darby Allin weren’t shown again.

If there are further developments with the storyline, this page will be updated.

Elsewhere on tonight’s AEW Dynamite, a surprise appearance from a major free agent in professional wrestling, and then an announcement from Tony Khan that he had officially been signed with AEW.

Also, the return of one beloved AEW star to compliment Christian Cage’s dastardly return.

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1 year ago by Amanda Savage



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