Tonight AEW Dynamite will debut on the TBS Network and with just four days remaining in the Battle of the Belts 2022 PPV Event, we will get to witness an amazingly stacked card at tonight’s special episode. Ruby Soho and Jade Cargill will compete tonight in the TBS Women’s Tournament final and its outcome will crown the first ever TBS Women’s Champion. It is almost confirmed that the winner of this match will face Dr. Britt Baker D.M.D. at Battle of the Belts PPV later this week.
Bryan Danielson and Adam Hangman Page will also go head to head tonight in the Part 2 of their rivalry and this time around there will be judges sitting around the ring to determine the result of this match. If this match goes beyond its limit then the judges will decide the winner based on the points system, just like a boxing match or a MMA decision.
The Lucha Brother ‘Penta and Fenix’ also will be in action tonight as they will defend their AEW Tag Team Championships against Jurassic Express members ‘Jungle Boy and Luchasaurus.
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AEW CEO ‘Tony Khan’ has also recently teased a dream signing during an interview and we are very much expecting some big free agent possibly ‘Keith Lee, Bray Wyatt or Johnny Gargano’ to make his AEW debut tonight.
AEW Dynamite 5 January 2022 Winners and Losers
1. Adam Hangman Page (c) vs. Bryan Danielson – Singles Match for AEW World Championship (3 Judges will be sitting at ringside)
Result – Adam Hangman Page wins via pinfall
2. MJF vs. Shawn Dean – Singles Match
Result – Shawn Dean wins via DQ
3. Wardlow with Shawn Spears vs. Anthony Zambrano – Singles Match
Result – Wardlow wins via pinfall
4. Ruby Soho vs. Jade Cargill – TBS Women’s Championship Tournament Final
Result – Jade Cargill wins via pinfall
5. Malakai Black vs. Brian Pillman Jr. with Julia Hart – Singles Match
Result – Malakai Black wins via pinfall
6. The Lucha Brothers (c) vs. Jurassic Expresss – AEW Tag Team Championship Match
Result – Jurassic Express wins via pinfall