AEW Dynamite Results: Winners, News And Notes On September 8, 2021

By Alfred Konuwa, Contributor
Bryan Danielson appeared live after AEW All Out 2021. Credit: AEW

AEW Dynamite after All Out 2021 advertised Jon Moxley vs. Minoru Suzuki, CM Punk, Bryan Danielson, The Elite with Adam Cole and MJF appearing live.

Last week’s broadcast of AEW Dynamite garnered 1.047 million viewers.

AEW Dynamite Ratings, Last Five Weeks

  • September 1, 2021—1.047 million
  • August 25, 2021—1,172 million
  • August 18, 2021—975,000
  • August 11, 2021—979,000
  • August 4, 2021—1.102 million

AEW All Out 2021: Key Competition

  • Big Brother on CBS

Lee Johnson is September’s Black Wrestler of the Month (Pro Wrestling Bits)

AEW Dynamite YouTube Viewership Last Wednesday: 4,287,906

  • Most-Viewed: CM Punk and Darby Allin Come Face to Face (2,223,116 views)
  • Least-Viewed: Britt Baker makes Huge Announcement (70,081 views)
  • Median Viewership: 169,384 views

Malakai Black def. Dustin Rhodes

Malakai Black remains massively over as one of the most impossible-to-boo heels on the roster.

Black is starting to feel like he should be the next world champion, but after finding Cody Rhodes’ boot under the ring, he may not get past Rhodes in his return match.

Black has run through Arn Anderson, Anderson’s son, Nightmare Factory graduate Lee Johnson and now Dustin Rhodes. Cody should be back any day now.

CM Punk Appears Live

There was a funny moment on commentary where Tony Schiavone implied CM Punk sold all the tickets to Arthur Ashe Stadium and Taz got very hot at him. This later made sense as Taz cut off CM Punk’s promo.

CM Punk was playing the role of John Cena as he almost hosted this show by hyping up which matches are coming next.

Will Hobbs def. Dante Martin

This was a very good match between two rising stars who don’t get nearly enough national TV time.

With Punk challenging Team Taz, they’ll resume their gimmick as high-end Washington Generals, but this feud with CM Punk will be great for Hobbs and Ricky Starks.

After this match, Dan Lambert cut yet another lights-out promo as it seems he’ll never run out of them.

MJF Appears Live

MJF tripled down on being a vile heel, antagonizing everything around him breathing, including Wardlow.

MJF used everything from cheap heat, to abortion jokes to mocking Brian Pillman Jr.’s mother’s drug problem.

Brian Pillman Jr. has so much potential as a top babyface.

Ruby Soho def. Jamie Hayter

Ruby Soho and Jamie Hayter struggled to get on the same page throughout this match, which wasn’t their best.

Ruby Soho sold her neck fantastically following this match after being attacked by Britt Baker and co.

Cincinnati followed suit by singing along to Ruby Soho’s theme music.

The Pinnacle vs. The Dark Order

Despite him not competing in this match, there was a loud “Colt Cabana” chant during this match.

After this match, The Dark Order engaged in an all-out brawl, hopefully just in time for Hangman Adam Page to return.

Today, I learned Tay Conti is not officially a member of the Dark Order.

The Elite Appears with Adam Cole; Brawls with Bryan Danielson

Adam Cole began his promo by threatening Tony Schiavone over his friendship with Britt Baker.

Bryan Danielson implied that he should be able to cut his way to the front of the line like he could in WWE, and these so-called AEW fans cheered him for it.

Jon Moxley def. Minoru Suzuki

Due to the show running long, Minoru Suzuki’s theme had to be cut short and there was no “Kaze ni nare.”

Fans were chanting “This is awesome!” before Minoru Suzuki and Jon Moxley even touched and this bloody brawl delivered.


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